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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUSING, JULY 1, IS84.
The Dailv HulletiiL
or" ALUXANOhii COUNT
KVTK.ItKH AT ill AIIlO I'OST.iKKICK Foil
TROVtlON THKOUIHTHE MA IT AT
8KCON'i CLASS RATK9.
otlf' In roluran oreo line or eti ihccnt
oneinn-rtionor p.-r week.
Two deidrh! lotK on S.'nh Street,
Conilm' D viriou. Apply to Juo. A Pooru.
IfANTEI) LOCAL AG K NTS To ell ami deliver
ll on ciiumifion. A good clntnco fur a capable,
c " S. C. I'ALMKH, Iiioomintfton
BIS ME CHICKEN 'LUNCH!
Bowery Garden, 8th St.,
JULY 1, 1884.
COOLEST BEER ft. CITY!
rENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third pfiijo.
-The City Council will meet to-nttfhtin
first regular sessioa thin mouth.
The transfer Jtevnur Mcdm') is re
ceiving a new dressing of paint.
Mr. Fred Simtbs has a" bit;, nuw boy,
who arrived only iMMrdav nijht.
Wasted -A buy to learn the printing
business. Apply at The Bulletin office.
A special meet ins of t!lc K"',llt3 of
Honor is c.J'.ed fur to-ni-ht. See social
Mr. George I.a'.ta- r, jr., his charge of
the delivery business of Mis. Henry L'rei
Seel rV'itoes, Northern ived PoUtoes
fit Xe.v YorkSton1. -It
Mr. Shearer, of Mt. CimwI. wis in the
city jeiterJiy on baines for the Wa')H;h
Street tax dclimiueuts arc to be prose
cuted, betjinnin with t)-.hy. Si says Mr.
Several gallons read mixed piiat for
sale at 30 cents per gillon. Apply to The
Dr. String is at home find a'temling
to Lis busino5?. He did not go to Dixon
Springs as reported.
The Ilallidiiy Guards will take pe.r! in
the procession n 'he Fourth of July and
will Lave charge of the daucing flo r.
Mr. II. L. Ilalliday yesterday bought
the elegant residence of Mr. Jno. Sproat,
corner of Sixth and Washington Avenue.
The Wab.ish road advertises one fare
for the round trip on the Fourth of July,
between all points nut over 130 miles
Pail. Snup has the ice cream and eoda
stind at the Fark on the Fourth. Charley
Elicker has tiie eating and lemonade
The family of Mr. Carver, of the Singer
Works, left the city Sunday evening for
northern Michigan, where they will re
main during the summer on a visit to rela
tive!. To-day at 8 p. in. the Kight IleV.
Geo. F. Seymour, Bishop of Springfield,
will bold a itrvice at the Church of the
Redeemer, during which he v ill confer the
Mr. Thomas Kcanc has the improve
ment fever aW, His uew two-story frame
building on Washington Avenue is rapidly
approaching completion, and hid brick
Btore is being dressed in pAitit.
Justice Kobinsou fined several parties
for various offenses yesterday, ainon whom
was a vagraut who was Cued $100 and
costs and sent to jail, and Ab. Brown and
Mrs. Brown who had quarrelled and
The Carbondale District Fair Associa
tion will hold its annual fair on the 13th to
17th of October next. A neatly printed
premium list, in pamphlet form, issued
from the Criterion-Democrat olDc, has been
Five coaches fall of people attended
the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Wolfe Sunday
afternoon. The services over the remain", at
the Church of the Redeemer, wi re conduct
ed by Rector Davenport and wee also
-Messrs, Coleman and Schuli moved
their stock from the Herbert building on
Commercial Avenue yesterday, into the
-Jlflsser building, where they will do busi
ness until their old stands shall have been
put in repair.
Mrs. 8. T. McBride and child, and
Miss Tennie Woodward left Saturday per
teamer Arkansas City, (or St. Louis. They
will bo away in all about two weeks, going
from Br. Lou-B to Kansas City and from
thence to Denver, Col.
Mr. Charles Bowers, the enterprising
proprietor of the Bowery and of the Eu
ropean Hotel, will to-day introduce the
former institution to the public in a mn
nor that is quite worthy of him. The
Bowery Garden is a tew institution in
Cairo and a Tory pleasant resort in these
warm summer nights or days for an lours
pleasant chat and refreshment. To-night
will he a grand one at Ihe garden as may
be inferred from the ttdvei tisclnetit else
where. Mr. Jno. Tanner arrested a negress
Saturday night who was creating a dis
turbance in liis store;, and L-ok her to jail.
Yesterday he brought lo-r out and had her
fined by Justice Kobiir-oii. Mr. Tanner does
not shirk any of the duties of a good citi
zen. Merchant'', g cicties, and ohers desir
ing to take part in the procession on the
Fourth i f July should make it known to
the Secretary, Mr. A. Swoboda, without
much further delay, in order that there
may be no coul'usiou on the day of the
Two men named II amnion! and Stice
settled a difficulty with knife and pistol at
Fort Jefferson Sunday. Each had accused
the other of improper conduct with a wom
an, and each resented the "talk" by attack
ing the other. The result was thtt Ham
mond was seriously cut in the vicinity of
the heart, and Stice was shot dead.
The Free Press ot Carbondale, wants
' The Bulletin and all others to under
stand that we tat no crow in supporting
Capt. Thorn is." And in the next breath
it cries out in stentorian tones, ''Crow !
Bring us another dozen on the half shell."
Barton's humor is strongly tinctured with
ferocity and tills one with melancholy.
Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp has
been commissioned to reconstruct the Gov
ernment Guage at the foot of Fourth Street.
The cauge needs repairing very much. The
wooden timber is rotted completed away in
places. It was put there in the year 1S07,
marking the high water of thai year.
The new guage will extend to the top of
the levee grade as last establishe t by the
Bill Scott is to be preliminarily examin
ed before Justice Kobinsou to-day, for
shooting Martin Hamilton in the leg Sat
urday night. If the examination is thor
ough, it is just likely that something will
be brought to public notice, concerning
the business conducted in Mr. Scott's
"Congress," which it would be better for
him if it were kept under cover. We ere
of the opinion that a full exposure of the
business systematically carried on in the
"Congress" would not be to the proprietor's
The New Orleans Timts-Democrat
says: Although tho Mississippi River reach
ed its highest point at New Orleans on
March 13, over three months ago, and has
been falling since, the subsidence has been
so slow that tbe total decline at the present
time is only three feet. Last year aud the
year bof'ore it fell much more rapidly, and
by this time the overflowed lands were
free from water. The slowness has demor
alize! farmers and planters along the river,
since they arc unable to get in their cr"ps.
The consequences to them will be ttrious.
--It is important that users of cistern
water should he particular that the water is
not foul, during the now opening summer
season. As a sure remedy for bad smelling
water Dr. McKedzie Biya in a recent issue
of the New York Tribune, some oxidizing
agent, such as chloride of soda should be
used. This can be found at any good drug
gists put up in quart bottles for use. To
get the best results the material should be
poured into the bottom of the cistern, using
for this purpose a gas-pipe reaching to the
bottom. Two bottles, costing about 2o
cents each, will clean an ordinary cistern.
Hon. George M. Williams, colored,
ex-member of the Ohio Legislature and
now practing law in Bmton, says: "I am
righting Blaine, and I think my race ought
to fiul.t him. His record on the Civil
R;ghts Bill nd Force Bill, I think, are
uufiicient alone to warrant us in opposing
him, while his gcderal political record is
such that a party nominating him cannot
expect to succeed. I believe the Repub
lican party is on its last legs. I don t be
lieve it will ever elect another President.
It ha3 accomplished its purpose and will
pass from the stago as other parties have
A Social Eveiit.
"Hrk, 'tin the wedding bulls
A very quiet, though no lc.s interesting
affair occurred at the German Lutheran
Church, on 13 b Street, at 8 o'clock last
night. This was the marriage of a couple
of our well-known and popular young peo
pie. The ceremony was performed by the
pastor of the church, Rev. M. Schuchart.
The groom, Mr. CM. Young, well-known
in and around Cairo, has, for tho pnst year,
conducted the business of Mrs. Henry Brei
ban. The bride, Miss Gretchen, diughtt
Of Mrs. Lambert, is an amiable, accomplish
ed young lady, that enjoyed in the fullest
sense tiie titer m and high regard of
large circle of friends ami acquaintances.
The church was well filled with friends
and though there hid been no cards issued
and no formal notice of tiie wedding given
the biide was made tho recipient of many
line presents from friends.
The happy couple leave to-day for New
York, and will make that city their future
home, as Mr. Young has fully completed
arrangements to go into tho wholesale
liquor business there, for which purpose h
retngnel his situation as manager of Mrs
Breihan'g business in Cairo.
Tim good wishes of their tunny friends
here will follow them.
JEW-BAITING IN ALGIERS,
Serious aud Bloody Anti-SomUio
Riots Suppressor! by
Horrible Treatment of Egyptian Prison
ers Arrested for Wrecking tho
Interior of a Church.
Prisoners Killed by Lightning Interest
ing News From Many Foreign
Sr. I'k i EKsuciKi, Juno 30. There Is a
panic ainoug the Jews in towns of West
ern Russia. The Xeic Timis of this city
opposes sympathy with the Jews, and de
clares that equal righu for Cruhstlans
and Jews would be a greater misfortune
for Russia than Ihe former Mongolian
liloTS AT AI.GIKI!9.
There were serious aMi-seiuitie riots
here yesterday, aiKl much bloodshed re
sulted." The Jews' quarter waspHhiged.
Order was restored by troops.
Lo.ndux, June M. Mr. Clifford Lloyd,
recently Uutler Secretary of Interior in
Egypt, iu a letter to the Times, gives a
graphic description of the horrors of the
treatment of the Egyptian prisoners, cor
ruption of the Mudlrs and tho anti-English
intrigues of the odiciais at Cairo.
tr. Johns, N. F., June iSO. Five of the
crew of the bark Lady Etibauk were ar
rested after wrecking the interior of a
Catholic church at .St. Mary's Bay yes
AMl.lIRWN SKl'Vmrif'.S lMl'KOVINd.
LoM'on, June 'M. American railway
securities opened strong and at 1:45 p.
m showed an advance of 3-8 to 3 ;!-4 per
cent, as compared with Saturday's clos
UOTJCU ON DKAbLAV OH.
Lo.Ni'o.v, June 30. Inthe Government's
action against Bradlaugh for illegally sit
ting and voting iu the House of Commons,
which commenced June 13th, concluded
to-day. The jury found against Bradlaugh
on all tbe counts in the indictment, .sen
tence, however is reserved pending argu
ment for an appeal to a higher court.
sui i kessi.no the facts.
1'aki5, June 30. A special from Mar
seilles and Toulon gives a greater num
ber of deaths from cholera than the offi
cial returns report. The truthfulness
of the latter is distrusted. M. Rochard,
chief of the Naval Health Department,
regards the number of victims at Toulon
as tight or ten daily with aggregate deaths
for lat week of fourteen in the navy and
thirty-one in the tow n. There are sixty
two patients iu the Naval Hospital.
Rumors are current that the commander
of the Sarthe has committed suicided Tne
act was the result of remorse for having
introduced cholera into France. A mos
quito plague at Marseilles increases the
gloomy aspect of that city.
Mai:skillks, June 30. There were live
deaths from cholera last niLt. Captain
Bellot, of the navy, w hen his wife was
seized with the cholera, committed sui
cide. M. Rochard, chief of the naval
health department, declares cholera has
not been brought to France hy any trans
port with troops from the East.
Later The rurnor that the commander
oi tne artne committed suicide i un
A BLACK EVE I'lil: I'AUM iX.
C'fi:K, June 20. Sheeh iu, Liberal can
didate, has been elected Mayor of Cork,
defeating the l'amellite nominee.
Rome, June 30. Father Callahan, the
Dominican prior, who was recently ap
pointed coadjutor ofj'he Bishop of Cork
and Titular Bishop of Lanibez, was con
secrated yesterday by Cardinal .Sim.eoui,
The ceremony was grand and impressive.
THE CTIOLKKA IN ITALY.
London, June 30. Cholera has broken
out in the town of .Saluzzo, Piedmont,
Italy. Two well defined cases are al
ready reported, and several persons are
111 with strongly marked symptoms of the
EuiNUL'RG, June 30. The Theater
Royal in this city burned to-day.
Vi.NNA, June 30- At Lembcrg, the
capital of Gallicla, yesterday, three pris
oners were killed by lightning, aud five
are reported missing.
BnusdEi-s, Juuo 30. It Is considered
certain that America, France and Ger
many are about to recognize a free State
on the' Congo.
TpitONTO, June 30. Livingston, John
stou & Co., wholesale clothiers, were
damaged by lire $15,000 this morning.
Montkkal, June 30. II. and H. Mer
rill, (fry good, assigned.
A COUNTMlFEJTF.ll HlOM ITHCUiO.
An Englishman passed four 50 couu
terfclt Bank of England notes on an ex
change, broker Saturday. Ho came from
ToleuOj O., Juno SO. The body of an
unknown man was fount on the lake
shore, twelve nrllcs below the city, and
tjorloa wncre loanci, owing to Us ad
vanced stage of decomposition. It woj
well dressed, wUn tdw inlUa w. m.
on tne clothing, it is supposed to be
that of a newspaper man from Pitts
burgh. n bad soft paper and pmicV'
on bis person and railroad passes of
0xwati LeaUtt, dated Juuo 1 8, I
piJCk't; (Uso cthty-ntt dollar lu
Nkw Yoiik, June .". Vice-President
lluutlngton emphatically denies tlio story
that there hat been an unwarrantable dis
turbance of the sinking fund of the Cen
tral l'arlllr: ffailroad. He says the only
Southern l'aciilc bund belonging to th
.sinking fund sent to New York were those
accumulated to meet the State aid loan of
Sl,r,oo,ouo which matures July 1. These
bonds were sent here to pay off State
bonds as contemplated by the mortgage.
The allegation of Mrs. Colton In her
suit Is simply spite work.
Tjlsh Held for Trial.
Mm;ion, O., Juuo 30. The examina
tion of Harrison Ulsh took place at "the
City Hall lat eveulug, as the olllce of tho
Justl-e would not accommodate one
tenth of the people who wished to hear
the examination. Mr. Ult.li demauded a
hearing and was not arrested till he was
sitting in the hall. About half a dozeu wit
nesses were examined but sultleient evi
dence was elicited to warrant the Justice
In binding him over. Upon the Justice
announcing this the people showed their
resentment toward private detective
fiesmond, who was obliged to conceal
hiniM If. l'lxh, it will be remembered, is
charged with a murder committed twen
ty years ago.
A Free Fight and No Arrests.
Cincinnati, O., Joue 30. At four
o'clock yesterday afternoon a crowd ot
about fii'tccn roughs on the corner of
Bank and Central avenue began a general
light between themselves. Bowlders and
clubs were used promiscuously, and for
about twenty-five minutes the neighbor
hood was treated to a small.si.ed riot.
They bombarded the saloon on that cor
ner, demolishing the w indows and most
of the furniture. A crowd of fully 1,000
persons gathered, but not a policeman
was to be seen. The firemen at the Bank
Street Engine-house were called upon,
and did all in their power to quell the
disturbance, but they were unequal to the
ciiK-rgeuey, The mob hud full posses
sion of the street uutil they finished their
right, and then taey dispersed. No arrests
Horse Thieves in Danger.
l'lrKii.AM', Ouk., June 30. A band of
horse thieves has been discovered iu the
vicinity of Lewiston, Idaho Territory.
There are seven in the party four white
rain aud three Iudians. The party has
been operating several weeks, running
stock belonging to the Lapwai Indian
reservation. Both Indian and whites
have lost horses. A party of Indian po
lice aud several officers and citizens are
pursuing the thieves, who are making for
the mountains. All are very desperate
follows, and boast that they will never be
captured alive. If taken they will have
very speedy frontier justice.
Grain and Provisions.
M'iN'IAV, JCXK :. lsst.
f-r. i.oi is.
Cotton ?tca:1y; noddim. WW'ia.
Kui:n Sit-auy: XXX to choice, t.i.l.'O .l.M;
w iihAT l,oer; No. 2 lttd, f 1.01 ' illxc-i;
No, 3 lied. Kjc.
O.tis- Firmer: No. 2 mixed, oile; No. 2
white mixed. .r-'v"-;'!'P.
O xTS-l.ow'-r: Sn, 2. 2 '.j .' Vs.
ItYfc .V'uiinal: No. 2. ..!''.
'I iibc'cii-Firm: iu' cminem to choron,
J.V? iuri.'jri; leaf; common r I leaf, vo j
lu."J: rnoliuru to mx ( l2..V'.iK..ii,
Hay Fr,rif .. for i.ritie to
choir-: clover mixi i. ',! r.r ciiiunn to
frirn-: timotiiv, f J'r.M'.i I."i.'.j for mine to 'yilt
llrTTKK Firmer: choice to lanev creamery
l:.).9: ilitiry, choice to luncy. i.Mille; lo
F.iK.5 Finn, at lire for strictly fresh.
1.'ot.vi'ok .-t utly in i'4",oc I'cr lui . ami
J !.;." On cr tiirrcl.
Pokk Nomina!: Mati'lurd moss. H Vn LViS.
i.Mto NoMi;n:d; iinrri" teirn. 'i'.':t"e.
IIa;on Lonifn, s'vu-'ic: tdiorts, s',ft'c;
CK.-iil ritiS, j v. ,r,
Woor, Tuti-wii-lied. choice. .Vki: fair.
S&H&i v:: 'Innry mm low ju.CJS. t."nwahv
( hono nn'.liiori, 2l-;e; tooil nvei'ui'u medium
)'.'i.'.1ie: -,.,.,.r...i jj,lt f,r. I7,,ti'.v; iron I iiv
erae, l'l"M,e: h"avy Y-V-tVur. eornliln ' 'i
IHD l. 'Suv'Ac: eomOiirtf, low irra le l'i ".he.
ilinr.s Uun't; dry Hun, Vky. dairmirei,
(ic: nulls or f-ta.'S. loc: drv milted.
Uc: dry H ote l, dtim.iirc I. KiC: kin mi l
rrtir, suite-!, x-.c; ilaiiiiiired, C ;4c: t'lins and
sias, 6'iC; green, uncured. V.e: damaged.
tlfT.P PKl.TS St.-adv: preen. 7O"f.S0c: tlrr
do, Vi'&Vne.. a lo iiinoiiiil mi I iiiu:iiy ol' wool;
(jrocn shearliiirfj, lie; dry do, loil"c-: lamb
W HKVr Low. r: Jnni'. Sl'.e: .Tulv. Kte:
Auifiiit, W..s;c: .Sept en, her, fv.-ve; (ii to
her. k ke.
( oils Lowi-r: June. M'ie: .Tulv. M'.c;
Auost, ,M-,e; S-pteinln.-r, Xlc; k-tiU-r,
-: year. tl',e; M;,v, Hie
Oats Lower: June. ;ji4u; July, :jn'c;
ruj.'ii-t, :.v, ;,je; vr-iir. ;;;,c.
PouK-t-ifly; June,' tlf'.5'i July, I'J.50;
A iivrnsf. IU .'in:
I.Miti Lowi-r: .lime. S7.2:.' 4; July, ?7.:.KS;
All. Ul, M'j; .'-epeii.-, '
mum.t r: i :s .1 ii in- f:.n: . ,i v. tT.l'J: An-
fni-t, t;..Vi; Si p'einlier,
W II K.AT Lower: No. 2 10 d. Jnlv. Ir.-.'Se;
Aiilfil-rt, le-V-; .e.tuii.tM:r, tUt); Oetoner,
S-firemher, tile; Oeioln r. !"' if. ' '
(llt Wi'llt'er- .InU' ?Wl.n' Amrtii.1 lUli"
i - i.owr i, juiy, .Hue; AiiKUt, iuw,
Pimvis'iiss pork-T'iiU: Bruit m in"".
il'lT'i. Liu il Lower: slcum. J ul v. 7.:e.
Live Stock Mavkota.
r Moos Keel ipts hefid; iiuiet Hinl
f-low: prii ( I - lil.-hr-r: lii'ht, t l.iiKMi HI;
roo.tli p ri'kiiif.', (I !'-Vi'; heavy uickiiiir
mi I Kliiiitiir, 5.:4"-!.'i.l l.
I'AITI.I-: Itc ciipti, f.,iri lien.l; liiKt llrtn
and (' nei id market enver; exKii't, jn. K'-o
li.T'i; hi rod to choico, f 1.11.1411.4.1; common to
fiilKKi1 lO'i-eipts ,(yn Ireiid; pto.uly; roru
tnon to eholee, :;.iixit"i.2").
CAT-ri.r. I'uir ili'iiiand ; Illinois uteers, l,0n0
lo l.imi His. f'i.l v';.l.:i.i. Ollio Hirers, 1,2:)') lo
;.) Ilrr.. JriX!';.:!; tiiurket elos;i einw.
tillKKl ami La m ris r.us.er, luit not. (wiir
lilih) lower; medium to irood sheep, KSto!i7
IIh., 4 iViA Id; onliiiioy Pj clinieo Innihs, ,V
to 'in "h., snrai'i.
Jlons Mnrkot dull; yood to eholee Vnrker,
?.1.2iJftri.in: linti hers' (rrades, .ri 4''(t.r).5ll; K'rod
10 exini, !.i w j;iw.
K A NHAS CITY.
Catti.k flee, ipm, iw:,; tpmiitv poor; tnar
ket str-ndy lor tood n.nlve meeis, l,2l)r lu
1M. nveraire, .Mi.rt.si)j n moivp
I teor-K, IkVl Id 1 . i Oi Hi iiv., if l-'Ki'-ii. Id; Floeknrs
luid feeders 1.0 i-u,!.-,.,; f.r t0 ativu
Hiios-KiK:eipls,l,(nm; sleidy; lolsorooto
BO lls. averiiii, l.iliK'f.'i; tuninly, l.;Mv40.
MUKP - KireHnts M.j; qui, t; nutlveil, H
Money and Stoc't Karkat.
Nkw Yoiik. Juno :m.-M(1ney2 perrcnt.: F.x
rhiinne llrniei- Jlitrjuiet; r-iiw u'l. aaenl to
. 10, il f 'v .'"'V '-iiieiiu h.i-ouk: enneiiey
!.?.', i . I:..1 """I'OllH. lllll.M; 4ifH. (,
UOr. hid. Jliestoek neokot oi.rnl stroiiir.
In the early (leiihti.' prices WN. ,w up hy
ilio hulls U l;i per cent. At tl,o niKf.enil,
owcyer, Oui-rdnrn or slock iwnio out i fiwt
Ihut tho Mippnrunv cil'pies npi ooirip.i.Hl
lo h"it H n tn iit. nud k r the pre-miic tho
b ln list iloelined ( il por own. Tho
yo nt mm loticlierl at i,on. In tho
icrrr rrorn noon lo ono thero was a slljht
caoy cry. inn toy muii.et.is imt xcvudjji. (
E;imi!icot!i' hiv ;,iock of Liy;ht Wear I'lulrnvftir from
tho Irw in gauze lliulcrsliirt to the finest $5.00 P.alliriui.
Our stuck oi Summer Hosiery is complete romiirisimj: Lisle
Thread, lUlbriggiiii and Silk Half-Hose.
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
Tim "Talnce" Clothier.
Commencing June P0 and for this week onlv.
lViii pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
r) ics (linuhains. Kc ; worth 12 and Vn:
r0 pes Victoria Lawns. UK 12 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c.
Till ics India Linens, 12 1-2. lo, 17 1-2 and 20c.
.Ml pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, lo, 17 and 2".'
2o pes Fancy Jatecns. 25c.; worth &.
25 pes l'ongue Mlks. fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50, 55 and liOc; worth 75 and 1HV.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth :,.00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, 82.50;
50 Elegant I'rocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Hands' ine line of l'lain and
UA1MJAIXS for EVEUY150UY this week, at
WAI. M. DAVIDSOK,
P)iid Caj;es, Path Tubs. Water
Affcnt for AdaiiH & Wcstlake Oil. (Jasoliue and (Jas tovc. Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel I'lows, Chilled I'lows, Walking CultivaUds,
Coin Shellers, ManttT.i, Ktc, Ktc.
Kos, 27 & 33,
TKLKP1IONK NO. f-'O.
OFFICE: Room Xo.
73 OIIIO JliKVlE,
Llvprnm-1 anil London and Globe,
Oerinai:ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Sirinirii dj F. & M. I us. Co,
Howard Iih. Co.,
Fanner's lire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
OPEN JUNE I
TERMS: 88.00 per
ANAL V SIS OF ONE
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Chloride of Iron tiaccjSulihaU! of
Sulphate ol Iron Irnr.i
Chloride, of Sodium. . . 01.15 . :
Sulphate Alumina. . . . 4I0 Sulplmteof
Sulphate Lime 00.0 Chloride ol
Sulphate Magnesia.., . 1)2.0 jChloride of Calcium . . 18.4 'Alkalica 05.4
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. . 42.:j Silicate" 12.3
Iron ... 23.1 jOxido of Iron 12.1
11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 04.5
Alumina. . 00.7
Sulphhatu of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Oas.. . . 17.S
Sulph. Hydro. Gas. .. . 10.3
Magnesia. . 11.
Sodium... . 3-1.1
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