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THE DAILY OAlllO BULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOltKINO, JULY 2, 1834.
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jer-lUe public are Invited to attend.
UENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Mn. Fred Ilofheinz has opened a
boarding house on Sixth Street. See not
ice in special locals.
Wanted -A boy to learn the printing
business. Apply at The Bulletin office.
Hon. D. T. Linear is also in attend
ance upon the Slate Democratic Convention
at Teoria to-day. "
Mr. George Littner, sr., has just cuiuo
out of a severe Beic of bickne.-s, to which
he neatly succombed. .
Seed Potatoes Northern Seed Pot a
toes at New York Store. . 5t
Clns. R. Stuurt is Bulletin'' from
eryasipelas iu his eyes and was unable to
attend to business yesterday.
The tariff issua boiled down "Stop
taxing the workingman's working shirt tor
the benefit of the men who cut down his
A match game of baseball is to be"
played onthe Twenty-eighth Street grounds
on the Fourth, between the Cairo and Pa
Street Committee in meeting last
night decided to have grass cut iu St.
Mary's Park at cost of not less than f 23.
Marshal Rearden was ordered to have
Ten or twelve men are wanted, who
understand mowing, to cut down grass in
St. Mary's Park. Apply between 8 and 10
o'clock this morning, at office of Ja?. S.
Rearden, City Marshal, 8th Street.
A suh-conimittee has been appointed
by the Fourth of July Celebralion Com
mittee, to wait upon Mr. J. R. Cunningham
and solicit him to make the oration at the
Park on the occasion. Should Mr. C. con
sent to do so a rich treat may be confident
Bill Scott appeared for examination in
Justice Robinson's court yesterday, but
State's Attorney Leek had not yet succeed
ed in getting his principal witness out, and
the case was continued till the 0th inst. In
the meantime, Scott is under a bond of
f 400 to appear for examination.
Thos. L. Joy's Mt. Carmel Republican
of last week contains this introductory sen
tence to an item headed the ''Fir&t (Pop)
gun of the Campaign," to-wit : "The meet
ing called Saturday night to organize a
Blaine and Logan club was the thinest of
thin gatherings." Still, the Republican is
a Republican paper.
Mr. W. R. llalliday's corumeal niilia
are cioseu down temporarily. i ho new
mill of Messrs. Charles. Galigher 5c Son is
nearly ready fur business, but it is a little
late iu the season to begiu and it tiny not
be started up for a good ruu till new corn
comes in. The mill of Messrs. Wood &
Bonnet, known as '"The Old R-.'liablc,"
continues to run both day and night. It
never abuts down all the year round.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion has rented three rooms over the Alex
ander County Bank for their future meet
ings and for thcircading ronms, and yeg
crd ly all the fixtures and books and
papera of the Association were transferred
to the new quarters. The three rooms may
be thrown into ono when desired, and will
afford much better conveniences for the
Association and the public.
The delegation from this county to the
Sute Democratic Convention which con
venes at Peoria to-day, left yesterdiy morn
ing to fill their important mission. The
following gentlemen comprised the delega
tion : Judge W. II. Green, Judge F. Bross,
Capt. Win, Williams, ITon. A. II. Irvin,
Capt. T. W. Shields, Dr. A. P. Greer, Mr.
R. Fitzgerald. AU went but Capt. Wil
liams, who was prevented by his important
Tico for July: Probable weather. 1st
to 3d, threatening weather, accompanied
by heavy storms in places; 4th and 5th,
fair; Oth to 0th, heavy storms on 7th and
0th, generally threatening; 10th and lltb,
fair; 12th to 15th, threatening clouds and
Leave storms about 15th; 15th Hnd 17th,
fair; 17th to 21st, with etomis about SiOth,
221 and 23d, fair; 24th to 27th, generally
cloudy and threatening, but heaviest storms
bout 27th ; 58th, fair; 20th to a 1st, threat
ening weather, with local storms. Tke
wniim r days will bu about 3d, 0th, 14th,
20th, 27th and 31st. Tho new moderate
days will be about 4'h, lOih, 10th, 22d and
Mr. Frank Kratky leturnd Sa'uiday
from the Northwest, through which he hud
been traveling for seveial iiiuinhs. Hi
visited the principal cities i" Dklt hihI
Montana Territories, and of oilier Sin"'
through which he pasted, lie n porta lh.it
there is every while dirsiitibt'ucliou Vir dull
times and believes that Cairo is as good as
any of thin and better than most of them,
lie will aguu devote himself entirely to
the maiiulactuieof bread, etc., for the Cairo
pul'lic, at his Union bakery.
R'hsons why Capt. Tiw mas WiUon, of
this city, Democratic nominee for nu mber
of the State Board of Kipuliz ition, will he
and should be elected, are multiplying
daily. The Jumsboro G zetto thinks that
"the Republican Congressional Convention
did a foolish thing. They threw overboard
Hon. John M. Crum, who so ably filled the
office of UKtnber of the State Board ot
Equalization, to make place for an otlice
seeking politician. Mr. Crum l as looked
well to the interests of Southern Illinois,
cud was among the most able members of
the Board. This will secure the election of
dpt. Wilson. lie has fill d the position
before with ability, and is just the man to
At the C'uuucil n eetini' lait niidit
Counsellor Gilbert submitted report on va
nous matters referred to him at previous
meetings of Council. He reported adversely
on proposed ordinances requiring owners of
property on Ohio levee to pay for recent
graveling of said 6treet. And also
reported an ordinance requiiing
railroads to keep street crossings
in repair. Street Committee recommended
fencing in outer slope of New Levee Street;
also to have Cache bridge repaired at cost
of not over f 100. Petition of Mr. F.
Korsmeyer for permission to lay biick
walk around his premises on corner 11th
th and Walnut Streets was gramed. May
or re-appointed Bev. F. P. Davenport,
Judge W. II. Green and Mr. Wood Ritteu
house directors of Public Library.
Mr. 15. F. Kiefe, yard master of the
Wabash Road here, and Mr. Shearer, con
nected with the same road at Mt. Carmel,
took a drive to the National Cemetery at
Mound City Monday afternoon, and when
near the cemetery on the gravel road, they
saw, sitting iu the grass near the road, a
woman and child, evidently in distress, aud
some distance on a buggy turned over tnd
a horse having but fragments of his harness
on, and a man trying to tu'bduj the still
obstreperous animal. Messrs. Kief and
Shearer took in the situation at once aud
offered assistance. Tho lady and child
were assisted into the buggy and were
taken home to Mound City by Mr. Shearer
while Mr. Kief rem lined to help the man
right his buggy aud subdue his horse.
Tho wrecked party turned out to be Mr. A.
J. Dougherty and family, of the Stave Fac
tory at Mound City, who were on their w y
to Cairo. Mr. D. attempted to drive down
th side of the cemetery road, when the
buggy turned over, and the horse became
frightened aud ran away. Mr. D. got a
bad cut across his face and lira. D. was
injured in the side, while the child was not
hurt at all. The horse dragged the over
turned buggy Bora sixty yards, while Mrs.
D. and the child'werc held prisoners in the
raised top. It is remarkable, therefore,
that they were not more seriously injured.
-Civil Engineer Chas. Thiupp is en
gaged in laying out a plat of ground that
was bought last week by Mr. Juo. Bur
goiBe, from the Cairo Trust Property Com
pany. The ground adjoins the already ex
tensive garden of Mr. Burgoise, near the
city's levee, and comprises about fourteen
acres. The price paid for was 500 per
acre and it included a piece of sipewater
land at that. That the price paid for it,
though two hundred dollars per acre more
than it might have beeu bought for several
years ago, was not too high, 13 proven by
the fact that Mr.Burgoisc could have sold
it at $700 per acre almost immediately
after ho had bought it, and he refused to
sail it. But the land is notoriously of the
best quality for gardening. Our half dozen
or nioro gardeners up towu have all been
doing well during the last few years. Some
of them have only small patches of ground
from which they manage to glean enough
vegetables for this and other markets to
live well and lay up something for a rainy
day; while others, who had been working
larger tracts, havo prospered in proportion.
There is any quantity of this sort of land in
this county that is unimproved. Large
tracts of the richest bottom lands iu the
country lie idle in this county, which, if
cultivated, would yield to the owner, and
to the county and city untold wealth in
the course of years. These lands are now
yearly flooded with water from the Missis
sippi River, but this could bo prevented by
levcyiug and it wouldn't take very much
levcying either to protect it against floods.
What is known as the American bottoms
are protected by levees aud are known as
tho finest agricultural laud in tho State, a
similar protection of these bottoms of this
county would then he tho garden spot of
the country. Tho building of this levee
will be the signal for the rapid developc
meutoftho wealth of the county and th
rapid growth of this city.
"Rough on Toothache."
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neura'gia, Faceacho. 15c. at druggists.
A PANIC-STRICKEN NATION.
Great Consternation at tho Sproad
of the Dread Disease in tho
Cities of Franco.
More Deaths at Marseilles and Tc-ulon-Kailway
Stations and Trains
Crowded with Refugees.
Sport in England The Races Cricket
The Americans Again Suc
London, July 1. In the race for the
July stakes ut Newmarket to-day Linni
nary was first, Melton second, 1'resent
Tunes third. Six horses ran.
At the Parliamentary election to-day
in North Warwickshire, to fill a vacancy,
Albert Muntz, a Conservative, was
Lord Hoseberry purchased Foxliull to
day, paying i'l.buO for him.
THE AMKItlCANS WIN".
The match fiaineof crieket between tho
Philadelphia, team and the gentlemen of
(iloucester, which began yesterday at
Cheltenham, to-day resulted in a victory
for the Amcrieans,"who beat their oppon
ents 1M points.
A match ;amo of cricket was plaved to
day between the i )xfrd and Cambridge
teams. The former won by seven
Saturday received a dispatch from Gen
eral Gordon giving assurance of his
health and safety. Tho date of the dis
patch Is unknown,
Pauls, July 1. There were three death
from cholera at Marseilles last nizht and
four at Toulon. The railway .tations of
both cities arc filled with refugees. Italy
has sent a train-port to take Italians hoiii"
from tho plaue-strickcu cities.
News from Marseilles ami Toulon are
again alarming. Arrangements have been
made to fumigate travelers at the Paris
Toulon, July 1. The steamer Mitral
from Marseilles, with a case of cholera,
has beeu ordered quarantined.
.JOHN h. Sl'LUVA.VS MAST Kit.
The Oreat Slugir Has Mat Him at
Last, und His Name is Whisky.
N'kw Youk, July 1. Of tho 7,000 peo
ple who paid from $2 to IX to ee the
glove light between John L. Sullivan and
Charles Mitchell at Madison Square Gar
den hut night, not one loft in a yood
humor. The Hon. John L. Sullivan, the
world's champion slugger, came upon ttie
stage so drunk that It was impossiole fur
him to stand, much less fight. When
Sullivan arrived here In thy morning he
was as sober as (lough orNeal Dow eould
possibly desire, and remained so all th-i
afternoon. Some of his so-called friends
persuaded him to take a little, and then
lie went on from bad to worse until he
couldn't walk a chalk line if his salvation
depended upon it.
As Sullivan left the Ashland House iu a
close carriage he was vociferously cheered
and followed to the Garden by
AN KNTUrSIASTIC CHOWD.
No one, however, seemed to notice his
condition. Mitchell prepared his toilet
in a quiet manner that showed he had
every confidence in himself. In conversa
tion with a reporter Mitchell said he felt
tine enough, and certainly he looked as
though he could kuock out Samson. His
thinness, he said, was due largely to the
malaria still left in his system. As early
as seven o'clock there was a black
stream ot people making their way
into the Garden. The boxes were empty,
but all the best seats were full. Outside
tho railings there was a dense mass of
people scrambling for tho best positions.
Kvcry minute added to thj crowd, and
when the show really opened at 8:30 p.
m. fully 0,(KK) people sat or stood around
the "magic circle." After somo prelim
inary set-to between some well-known
boxers, some of which were liuo exhibi
tions of the "manly art," Sullivan made
his way to the stage, holdiug a highly
polished hat in his hand, followed
by Charley M itched. Sullivan with
HAIR C'OVKI'.INV, HIS FOKKUKAD
and supported by the ropes and stakes
said iu a thick voice: "Gentlemen, lam
too sick to spar. I have brought a doc
tor with mc who will tell you that I am
sick." He had been drinking hard and
his eyes were nearly closed. Alcohol
had downed him. The announcement
struck everyone dumb. Disgust gradu
ally stole over the faces of those present.
Billy O'flrlrn then stepped to the front
and said that Domitiick McCaffrey would
spar Mitchell. The latter said he was
sick himself, but he had come to
do the best he could, but ho did
not thluk Sullivan was in a fit
condition to spar and he would
prefer that when they met both should
be fit and well, and determin for good
who was the better man. They then re
tired. Domiukk McCaffrey hail In the'
meantime donned his fighting rite and
stood reucly to come upon the platform
to face Mitchell, but Captain Williams
put a stop to this eucouuter, aud so the
spectators had to be content with what
they had seen. According to the terms
of agreement, Mitchell Bhould get sixty
five per ccut. of the receipts, while Sulli
van ought to get the othor thirty-five per
cent., the latter being practically the loser
of the contest, w hich was of the "play or
Employes Laid Off.
Boston, Mass., July 1. O whig to the
depression of business the Waltham Watch
Company will suspend work every Mon
day and Saturday, aud all employers havo
been notified to take a two weeks' aca
tlon fu August.
Found Guilty ot Uurdor.
Wilkkbbabjis, Pa., July 1. A jory
found Edward Bo t boras guilty of murder
la the first degree forklinogWrn. Nichols
lut Msreh. SentoDc w&s dtkrred.
. -j ..
Stubborn m fivx.
Nkw Voutt, Jnly 1. Tho slttntlou la
Um lock-ot ol journeymen plumbers re
mains unchanged. Tho journeymen state
that they are prepared to remain not six
months If necessary.
Stung to Death by Bees.
Logansi'OKT, Ixi)., July 1. The young
child of J. A. Michaels was stung to
death by bees yesterday. Tho child took
it stick and punched the hive, and Lief ore
jt could be rescued had been stung iu a
Will Pay Its Men.
San Fkancmcm, Cai.., July 1. General
Towue, uunounced this morning that the
proposed postponement of payment ol
salaries by tho Central Paclllc Railroad
had beeu abandoned, and all ollleers uud
employes will bo paid us usual, payment
to bo effected over the entire system by
the 10th Instant.
Dotting Bid of the Farm Hands.
Chai tanoooa, Tknx., July 1. In
Jacksou County, Alabama, yesterday
Thos. J. Moody, a prominent and wealthy
farmer, In an altercation with his two
farm hands shot and instantly killed
Jas. Cancll and fatally Injured the other.
Ten murders have occurred iiithat couu
ty in the past year.
Stone-Masons for Butler.
Boston, Mass., July 1. The Boston
stone-masons' union voted last night to
support Butler for President, and re
solved that it was the imperative duty of
all labor unions of the country to throw
aside party adulations iu tho coming con
flict, and united with organizations al
ready in tho Held, raise aloft the motto,
"Labor shall triumph," and elect Butler
as their standard bearer.
Fourteen Years in Quest of a Divorco.
PiMLAMKi.riiiA, Pa., July 1. Maria
Markham, after fourteen yearsof waiting,
has obtained a divorce from Arthur T.
Markham, known as an actor as Frank
Mordaunt. Mrs. Markham's -maiden
name was Evans. She married the actor
In Chicago in lid'. She had just left
school. They lived together about seven
years when they separated. The pro
ceedings lu divorce were entered in ls70.
To Be Lynched Without Delay.
Nkw Oki.kaxs, L., July 1. News has
been received here of the assassination in
St. Bernard Parish of ayour.g man named
Maipers. He was called out of his bed
by a crowd of armed men during the
uight and shot, lie was buried yesterday
uftcruoon. He belonged to one of the
ancient Creole families, aud his death
has caused great excitement. It was re
ported last night that tw o of the assassins
had been captured. If this is so and th
crime Is fastened upon them, they will he
lvnched without delay.
Grain end Provisions.
TfK-DAV. JL'LV 1, 1-SI.
foTTOV Stonily; ur'Wlin:.'. t)'ir.
Floch Slt-a'ly: XXX to clioicu, f-l.V fl.50;
W HKA-r Lower; No. - lied, iCii'l'e;
No. a lied, !le.
t.'oits-Lower: No. 2 niljjed. 4H',u; No. 2
white mixed. Ol'JVie.
oats Lower; No. 2. -T'-T'iO.
Hvk Nominal: No. .'iO.
Toiiicco Firm; iu;rs common to choiro,
$."i.""iitl0.0i); leal; fommoii reil leaf, fs.i':B
ln.iKJ: medium to vrnod t L.'.iiO'ifilT.'y).
Hay IMulrie f.Witl""d for ln-ime to
thoiee: clover mixed, .V'Ui Tor common to
prime: timottiv, SW.Wi4lj.ijO tor prime to 'yilt
UrTTKii Firmer: choice to fancy creamery
llkriu'dc: dairy, choice to lanty, i.JI7c; low
1 rides nominul.
iCons Firm, at Me for briefly fresh.
Potatoks St'-ndy at UOii'MC per lu., and
$1.',5h.l'.(X) per Imrrel.
Pohk Nominal: standard mess, f la.iXV&la.'Ji.
J.akd Nominal; prinm steam. VJtT'so.
Haco.n Lim its, h c; blioi-ts, tTyii'tc;
cleiir ribs, f-v,"Aic.
Wool Tub-washed, clin-co, 3'c: fair.
SH'Cli'jC; dlniry anil low vu.. Unwashed
Choice medium, s.'l';c: trood Hvernvo medium
llt-Olc: selected lit'ht tine ITIJIIKr; (fool uv
ciaire, ii.-.f.7e; heavy WiVw, cotuliintr. -i
Oio id. W;.'.iv. comliinir, low irra lc. l.vtlNi.
Hhils '.miet: dry Hint. Iiic: Uamnu'ed,
Me: mm or nta,r. Me; dry galteci,
J-e: dry saltel. ilaiuwcd.' Mc: kip and
call, s ilted. S',c; damaged, ti'jc; hui,s and
hi airs, bu Kreun, uncured, 7i-,c; damaged,
Siickp Pki.ts "teiidyj jrreen, TOisnc; dry
do, iiw.'.Ue., as to amount and nia!i!yot' wool;
Kieen B'e-ai-linH, Mc; dry do, Mlic; lamb
(Kins, & fi,.2oc.
fit i r a iO.
Wheat Lower: July. WV.c: AuU"t, 8 1 "9 tft
RV4c: fioptemlior, Nlc; O. tulier, Nic.
CoitN Lower; .Inly. 'mHic: Aiivust, K
;V.".,c; September, .1:: '..c; October, ul'jc; year,
41 c;Mav, 4ft '.sc.
Oats Lower; July, 2!i'v; August, '2i)'c;
ye.ir, 2.1 --,('.
Hons lower; July, fl'J.l'l; Ao.-ll-t, ?K7";
Laiiii Lower: July, $7.1.7; Amcu.i, i'.'f-l'i;
-oi'tei'ib -r. ?7.47' i.
hiioitr Itnis July, $7.40; Auifust, $7.4.1;
September, (","' t.
Wiikat Lower: No. 2 lied, Jul v. Wc;
Amruxf. 7e; September, ir.io; Oetniicr, f I.On',;
November, f l.o..''i.
( oils vt euker; July. ,t;'jc: Aujust
September, Keije; ( iflob.'-r. l ',,.
tiers -Lower; July, :it 'e; Auiru-t, ."tl",
l'ltovisniNs Pork -Iiull; spot mess, ?lti
rfslfi.7.'i. Laid Firmer; steam, July, $7.:tu.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons HeceipK ll.nnil head; fair demand:
prl.es .V'iliic higher; li'ht, $l.7u(i,.1.:tii; rouli
packing, $ 1 ,.,; heavy packing and
C'attlk Iteeeipm, i,5'i0 head; firmer: ex
ports, $ii..Kr.ii.7j; u nod to choice, t.1.Ui&ii.,io;
common to fMir. t.1.hi''ij,;.(Xi.
Siibki Receipts i.imi head; steady; com
mon to choice, t&S&'&IJVi.
CATrt.K Musket active and firm: c higher
than lua wocJifnriill ifiabs In lla m steers
of from l.mu t 1,311) lbs uv., $ i. .(.',. 75: 1 -JIM
to l,;tno lbs. uv.. fii.i, .iii.tu. Mi ourl steer
l.lKHJIo I, III I 11)4. mv., ;1.ll fiMl 1 ,; Him) Hleers
l.oiiio l,aoo Jim. hv.. $.1.4VWii..)ii; fair to trood
nittivc covt", f C'U.'iii.
SlIKKI' AND Lax its Market opened Hetivo
and closinl dull; pi le n imglne lower; me
dium to ifood sheep, fJ.&Vtt 4.7.1; choice to ex
tra. $.V'C.1; (rood to ho ce liinibs, W .Vl Mi.iin.
lioi.s- I leinaml fair; tin dium to fair York
ers, J.1.-.'ii'(!.i.:i; butchers' nfradcs, $1.:t.1i(,.4(t.
Ctti,K llfpclpM, mil; Bhlnplntr stenly;
meliuiii buictitrs' weak a id lower: mulvo
SU-eis, I.L'U) to l,M lbs. iiveraifti, fl.lilbwi.ull;
t;ood;uativetcers, !l"ii) to l.lun Ibit uv., $.7,1ot
6.1; slockers and feeders, unchanged; lair to
(rood imtlvf cows uncliiiriKcd.
IlOdS-lleeclpts, ll,rs); llrm; To lilwhtir; lots
of 2,Vi to itfi lbs. average, $1.7i'iifUi; niHlnly.
Smtiii' llccclpts, 300; fiik-t and uuelianpod.
Monoy and Stook Market.
NkivYoric. July 1. Moimy 2 per rent.: Mx
ehamre quiet at 4.s;t to 4.S.1; (iovernmcnts
stronir: currency 6's, hid; 4'n coupons,
I17 S. Id I; 4v,'k. do. Ills bid. The in irket,
opone I feverish this mornliii, ami on ihn an
iiouioement rpaehlnir the mrcet lh,t tho
linuvor A 111 fjratide won d p anil Its July
Intero-t bonds, the iK-nr rnldrd t io wl.olelist,
forelnir price down In tho llrt half hour 4
to M pur c.jut. They circulated u nuinhir ot
nnlitvonible jrpnrts, chief umonif them to
tho ctTcpi that soiiiK of ihu lea-linv ro ids
would dolaull the tntorcst on nblltntionn rltifl
to-day. I.utnr, whpn it became known that
tho I nion and Northern I'aclllc weic pavluir
tUtirr Irrtoiost on londs, thorn wa a turn for
tho bntt T. Thoro was u rush in buy. nnd
r.eudlly udHwwl and at the time of
krrilmir tho burhest rrico (f tho lav nrovail.
Exiiiniiie our larjj: totk of
tlio lf-cpiit "Tiiuze Uiulorsliirt
Our st. ck ol Summer Hosiery
'l hreiul, llalhriggttii anil Silk
in abundance. .Manillas iu
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
of Sailor Suits and Riniiie Pants and Waists
S A M B U K O.lrC R ,
Tli. tMalac;M Clotliior.
Cominencing June 30 and for this week miIv.
i'iio pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
50 jics Ginghams Hfc ; worth V2 and 15c
50 pes Victoria Lawns. 10, 12 1-l, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2c
25 pes Fancy satecns, 25c; worth 35c
25 pes Tongue vilks, fancy patterns, ;7c: worth 50c
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and tiOc; worth 75 and !M)c
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth frl.OO.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Hands' me line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BAHHAIXS for EVKllYliUDY this week, at
.i. burg i;irs.
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Japanned 1 Berlin and Aale AVaro,
Binl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
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Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled" Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Coin .Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Ktc
Jfos. 27 & 33,
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7 '3 OHIO LEVEE,
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Liverpool ami Lt.iulon ami Glolie,
Gi-iiniitiia Fire Ins. Co.,
Siriniielil '. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co,,
Farmer's I1 ire Ins. Co ,
Niagara I us. Co.,
OPEN JUNE t
TERMS: 88.00 per
ANALN SIS OF ONE
L'arb uf Iron 122.0
Chloride, of Iron truce Sulphate of
Sulphate of Iron trnc(
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01. C
mm mm rksokt
Sulphate Alumina. .. . 4U.0 Sulphateof Miiuncsia. . 11
Sulphate Lime 00.0 Chloride of
Sulphate MawniHiu... . IJ2.0 ;Chloride of
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Joh Printing of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at tho lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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to the lhicst 65.00 Bulliriaiu
is complete comprising Lisle
large quantities. Children's
called to our .large stock
1, 31. & 0. II. P. Puilding,
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New York Underwriter's Agi my,
German-American Ins Co,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. ( o ,
No) tli western Mutual Life Ins. Co.
TO OCTOBER 1.
work. Special Hates to
GALLON OF WA'l EU.
NO. SPRING NO. 3.
Iron 42M .Silicate." 12.3
Iron ... 25.1 -Oxide ol Iron 12. t
11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
Alumina. . 00
Sulphhato of Magnesia 17.8
Carlioni Acid lUs. ... 17.8
Su! ph. Hydro. Gas. . , . 10.5
Sodium .. . .14.1
Calcium . . 18.4
J. K. LKMI;N, Lessee.
Allen Sptings, Pope Co., Ills.