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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 13, 1884.
A Great iMscuvtry.
Mr. Wm. Tlwtnaa, of Newton. In., bujs:
"My wife tins burn seriously hll'ucttii with
a eouyli for twi.-nty-iivo yearn, awl this
eriii! inoru Hevercly tlian ever k'l'nre. She
liH'l us'jil many reMi:ilicB without relief, and
btiiiK ur'i;J to try JJr. Kuiu'b New Din
rovury, tin! to, with most yratifyinjr results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, ainl
tlw BccomJ bottle his absolutely cured her.
Hhe litis not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Harclaya Bros' dru?
More. Iir; size f 1.00. 0
rhicKien's Arnira aive
The Heht Salve 'n the world for Cuts,
Iiiuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ul.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, Rmi all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Tiles. I. ia (."larftntecd to (five per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. I'rice
25 cents per box. For sale by Hurt-lay
Never (Jive l'p.
If you are hulffrinn with low and de
pressed spirits, o.-s of appi-titc, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak con-titution,
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a buttle of Kli'C
tric iSittci.". You will be Miiri-ed to see
the rapid iiiiriiveuieiit that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will Mum; pain and luiseiy
will cea.-", and hencelorih you wiil rej ii:e
in the praise; of Klectric Hitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay liro.. 0
Thirty-four years a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many remedies. One bottle of
K!y'o Cream Balm gavu me more real bene
fit than all the r''-t. It is a safe and valua
ble medicine. -A. L. FuI;t, Iianby, N. Y.
"Iioiili n Icntist" Tooth Powder.
Smooth, Ki.'fia sliiiiLT, Htrmless, Elegant,
Cie-ui-itiU, J'tes -r-ativ; and Fragrant. 15c.
Legal Blanks Kept oi- S.t-
at Tun Bli.i.kti.v office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Q lit CllIUl Dreds,
K-al K-ta:- M Ttgige,
Executions, Suiiim' nj, Venire,
(Jarnishee JSintik &.C.
Ojiick, complete cine, ail annoying Kid
ney, B a lder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
Advice to llotliern.
Are you disturbed at night andb' .keti
of your rest by a sick child Mill'triiig and
crying with pain of tutting, teethl If so,
send at once and ,' t a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Sootliing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incaleubible. It will re
lieve the poor little surtV-rr immed
iately. Depend upon it, niothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery anil
diarrlio a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the w hole i-yMt-m. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Sytup for Children Teething;
is pleasant to the taste, ami is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and bei-t female
nures and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggi-ts throughout
the world. Price 2'i cents a bottle.
I have us"d Ely's Cream Balm fir dry
Catarrh (to which eastern persons are sub
ject who come bote to live.) It has proved
a cure. B. F. M. Week-, Denver, Colo.
St. Loas, M .. August 110, IS!?;!. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
the last two years, and find it an unfailing
remedy for rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who are very fond of the
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do with 'lit i. Yours truly,
Gko. E. Bennett,
Teller C:ty Treasury, St. Louis.
For she cure of Catarrh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream B dm, as the best rem
edy I have ever used. Dr. J. S. Yaughan,
dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
To Repair J'limngvs;.
Dear lady, there is probably no use tell
ing you that fashionable life in a great city
is a rough one on your beauty. Late hours
loss of sleep and ti cntal excitement will
leave you by and by thorn of these beauti
ful tresses wnich drew lovers around you in
other years. Artificial substitutes can nev
er pass for those rich and glossey locks.
Parkei's Hair Bilsiin will stop your hair
from falling out, restore i's natural color
and softness, an 1 prove cleansing and bene
ficial to the scalp.
Those unhappy persons who snfier from
nervousness Riid dyspepsia, should use Car
ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made
expressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 25:, nil druggists.
"Well's Ileal Hi Benewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1. (2)
The People's Itemed y tor biliousness,
constipation, piles, sick headache.jaundicc,
&c, is Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table lijiiid remedy; large bottle, 25 cents.
At all druggists. (J)
Cheap Iiomes in Arkansw an J Texas
Alonn the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Bail way, Texas and
Pacific Kail way and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkanr.ns and Texas.
Jn 1882, and makeup your mind to go ami
see for yourself when you lenrn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate i9
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
. St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
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After August 5th to regular subscribers
who are uot in arrears, Thk Bulletin will
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Payable weekly, or 5 weeks for One Dollar.
No reduction for payment in advance, but
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in advance, they can do so w ithout
The Blllktin wid contain all the lo
cal news w ithout fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance of the St. Louis nioruing papers.
GENKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
-Fulton, Ky is building a $10,000 col-
The Young Men's Social Club will
hold its regular monthly business meeting
Mrs. C. D, Davis, of Springfield, is in
the city, at the residence of Mrs. Clarkson,
on Eight street.
The Delta boys gave a ball at their en
gine house last nigh, which was in
every way up to the usual standard of ex
cellence established by them in tuch af
fair?. Mrs. Brownlee, of Caibirdale, is in the
city to interview our people upon the sub
ject of Kindergarten. If she receives
sufficient encouragement she will open
such a school next fall.
We are informed that, beginning with
last night, the Cairo 1,'ox and Basket fac
tory and saw-mill will run both day and
night, in order to meet the increased de
mand for material of every description.
Monday night Rev. Scarritt officiated
at the wedding of Mr. Benjamin Magee, of
Martin, Term., and Miss Eveline Dickey, of
this city. The ceremony took place at the
home of the bride.
Rev. L. W. Bicknell, of the Standard,
Chicago, will preach at the Baptist church
to-night. Miss Jennie L. Peck, of the
Woman's Baptist Home Mission Society,
of Chicago, will als be present and make
a short address. Both are interesting
speakers, and those who attend will be
prolited. The public is invited.
A good company of pleasure-seekers
again attended the moonlight excursion on
the steamer Three States last night. The
boat is well adapted fur short pleasure
trips and is growing in popular favor. The
boys who have undertaken the management
of these affairs deserve all the encourage
ment they ore s generously receiving from
Fur a while yesterday the city was
full of uniformed men, millitia men who
were on their way home from Springfield
where they had attended an encampment.
The Metropolis hoys were met here by a
little steamer Bnd barge, and a number of
friends, from their city and taken home in
the afternoon. The Metropolis company is
the largest in the state, numbering about
A paper called "Camp Logan," pub
lished in Springfield, pays the Ilalliday
Guards, of this city, the following compli
ment, in its issue of last Monday: "The
Ilalliday Guard, Co. II., of the 'Jth Regi
menf, stationed at Cairo, made a splendid
appearance in the battalion drill and dress
parade vrsterdsy evening. Their move
ments and fine uniform took the eye of all
the obseivers. Capt. English looks as
though he was proud of the company, as
well as he may be." The boys deserves
this kindly notice and even more for they
received also a complimentary notice from
headquarters, for their tine appearance,
good behavior and excellent drill.
Yesterday's weather bulletin indicated a
generally clear sky for this weather district.
Barometer stood below 30 in the north
west; above in other parts of the district.
The thermometer ranged butween 67 and
88. Haiu was reported from Omaha, 1.00
inches, and Fort Worth, .13.
The Bulletin thermometer stood ns
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
03- -0 A.M.
80- -12 M.
81 -0 P.M.
Mrs. B. F.Blake and children are in Al
M Will Gazzola returned from his trip
to Cincinnati yesterday.
Miss Lillie Leutz will go to Dixon
Springs to-morrow morning.
Aldermen Patier and Lancaster are sum
mering at Lake Minnetonka, Minn.
The family of Mr. M. J. Ilowley ere in
Creal Springs tor the rest of the summer.
Miss Katie Howard lias just returned
from a week's visit to friends in Jackson,
Mrs. S. J. llumm went to Metropolis
Monday for a stay of several weeks with
Alderman Woodward has rturned from
his trip nortli, and 13 fon duty again, both
in the Council and at his business.
States Attorney Angus Leek returned
yesterday from Metropolis all by himself,
reports to the contrary notwithstanding.
y Alderman Smith and Mr. George W.
Hendricks are in Milan, Tenn., on legal
business in w hich the former is interested
Miss Fannie Goodman, of Jonesboro, one
of the charming young ladies of that vil
lage, is visiting her friend, Miss Addie
A postal from Mr W. F. Russell, who is
making a tour through California, states
that he is at present at Santa Cruz.', and
will sjiri leave for Oregon.
Mrs. Maurice Farnbaker has at !at pass
ed the point of danger in her severe sick
ness, and is now slowly but surely recover
ing. She had a very close call.
fI he Laborer's Friend.
The Hal Finishers' Association, of Amer
ica, at a recenl'meeting, passed resolution
in regurd t ) Gov. Cleveland, which have
been tnro?eJ upon vellum and forwarded
to ipm at Albany. They read as follows:
Whereas, The hatters of the United
States, in conjunction with other bodies of
mechanics, did for several years direct all
their efforts and devoted nil their energies
to the total abolition of the iniquituous
ssstem of contract convict labor, which ef
forts were at last crowned with success,
thus relieving the hatting and other indus
taies of the Empire State from the fatal
burden of prison competition; therefore,
Resolved, That this executive committee
representing the entire industry of hat
making in this country, do hereby tender
to His Excellency, G rover Cleveland, Gov
ernor of the State of New Y'ork, our most
heattfelt gratitude for the firm stand taken
by him in favor of honest labor, by atDxihg
his signature to the hatter's bill and the
bill forbidding new contracts in the pris
ons of this state, and by refusing to sign
the bill continuing a commission especially
designed to render null and void the verdict
of the people through the ballot box.
Resolved, That by these and other acts
ot Ins administration His Excellency, Gro
ver (,'lereland, has proved himself the sin
cere anil steadfast friend of honest labor
everywhere, and is, therefore justly entitled
to the highest confidence and the most
grateful esteem of all classes of working
men. These resolutions area deserved endorse
ment of the Democratic candidate for Pres
ident. Intelligent workingmen everywhere
are arraying themselves m favor of Cleve
land, who has proven himself to be true
and faithful to their intetcsts in every case
where he lias been able to advance them.
Blaine, on the other hand, ha, during his
twenty years of official life, devoted his en
tire energies to looking out for No. 1,
regardless of the rights and interests of the
people. Mr. Cleveland is the wage-worker's
friend. In every official position he
has considered his office a public trus'J and
has administered it for the public good.
Persons exposed to out of door work are
especially prune to rheumatism, and when
once rooted in the system its eradication is
frequently considered an impossibility.
Mr. A. Myers, who is a driver for the U. S.
Express Co., X. Y., adds his testimony to
the merits of Athlophoros in cases of this
kind. He was scarcely able to walk, so se
vere was his pain, but a few doses of this
sovereign cure speedily wrought a change
and the next day he was face from his
trouble and about his work.
The Coming Circus.
Burr Bobbin?, New Consolidated Rail
road shows will exhibit at Cairo. So far as
its organization and the tffect produced
upon the public are concerned, this show is
the peer of any that travels. It presents a
perfect miniature city beneath canvass skies
giving satisfaction to all visitors. Its men
agerie is complete, embracing as it docs
representatives of almost every species
known to the naturalists, while the fact
that its circus department contains artiste
like Charles W. Fish, ths famous horseman
Madamo Martha and Pauline Dusky, the
celebrated evuestrienues; Herr Drayton, the
Ashtons and the Buisley lamily, is sufficient
to guarantee its attractiveness. Its street
pageant will be a 1 ng, varied and beauti
Mr. Cuas. Warburton, Melbourne, Aus
tralia, says he suffered from a sprained knee
and tried many preparations without relief.
Finally he tried St. Jacobs Oil, the magic
pain-conqueror, and was cured.
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If yo.u want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a houso to rent,
If you want to rent house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
Public Sale of Unclaimed
TIiith will l,f ai.lil t niti In aiic'luii fur nt rune
hihI clnrx.-N, m hiuln t nuil ln-t Imlcvr, on
einii-HiiHy, inn iu;h da.' urSt'iiU'mlH'r. 11, ul ino
whart Ik. 8i r , iH. HmUwIbv .V- I'M I im Wuarf liimt
(!., Utir.K mimri il In tlni iUlil c :tidiim t'l Hi"
i i!ii?r oiiui.itu liu root or Mxtn urui-i, e airo,
lllinol. The wile to cninuifuce at H o'clock, anil
continue ai.tll nil arv mid or disuoie il of, uuii-
previounly calli d lor.
The loilowia hit of cooitu, nti'DKil. Ac , wlilrb
have hft-ii In more rn.il uncalled for more than
twelve months lust pat, mimber'.'d and marked
i fol owi viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box Hove filpe. tc.
J. Jus W Mcanr, UrooUyn, A' It, 1 box
3. P W, 1 hrl Hove pipe,
t. no mark. 1 scale beam,
f). Fl'iclier Cairo, 1 box II H KOods.aud
1 hed'tead. mils ami sluts.
.1 W. I'hlilips. I box II Hirood.
7, no mark, 1 i ox aiins, Ac.
b. .). W. Davenport. Memphis, 1 bil c
IKI.VHH Bllll .llOW.
0. no mitrk. 1 box g ass.
10. Kx Sir Vlrnl I.ro, 1 drae saw.
11. Ael. .v P. Jt II. Show, Cairo, 1 box
1. '. .In. Armat-ting,:r etville. 1 brl flour
11. M C. Adam. Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Pi'ti-r Human, Tcxarkana, 1 box
"1 II., 1 hit Hollowaro.
It. I.L., liliauiBViilf, Mo.,1 bos dry
K no mark, 1 box frames.
1'. S. (.. Itibt rts, Montii ulio, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c iinni'ys.
.'i. M K. Supe, fort vVorth, Texas, 1
Jl. H.. Holly Sprint's, Mii-s., 1 hrl bot
tles. il. II A CMill.urn, Ky. 1 hale battinjr.
mi msrk , ewitiH ma bine
. .la-. Hell, Ullin, III., 1 pr hfimes.
-i. no nurk, 4 bdles.c.' do4 w i.htii. arils. )
'-'i. I.lviru'ston A: Co., iron lo'inders,
Pittsbiiris 1 hox apple parers.
:r. i: a Knid, I box nu.
if) Dan Pnelnu, V.Cksburf, 1 bdlc (3
(' II. W.. 1 wash stafil.
o. Mary Sample, ( a rt l ily, 1 box
11 II . I'M) S.
:!1. Sin'th Urns Cairo, t box II II yooils.
1.'. S orr.'il A llei z. ' ikh);, Ark , 1 box
II II imliI
Win. i eiil, (lo:. He IsUllJ.I b X tun.
HI. 'I . T. Trays. V,g pond. Ark., 1 lm.
5. W. S (itirkl.l, Cairo, 1 bi.x II II
i'Ji Mis- hate I'nlnU. C'ftiro. 1 hex.
X. Kiithfhilds & o., Ci .,., 1 hox.
: t nn lunik, t boxes p oier pails
''J 11. I,. Aikt li, Kvunsville, t u I., 1 box
4 i. n i nutrk, 1 box 11 II nood".
4'. M. A. is. Clinton, Ky., I but sntilT.
4 . M. 1' .'1 bureau.
li. I'. H. 1. Thiri.psen, I.-'tf, 1 bo ;!
L'er "ii ps.
41. I.. W. K.. Tlioinpsoa Id-. 1 box
1". K.W. P., Tbomj'sou IVU'., I box
4ti. E. W. D., Tliomi s n 1 box
IT. K. VV. P.. Thompson Ldij.. 1 box
41 K. W. 1).. Thompson I.d'., 1 butt
4 1 E.u. 1).. Thompson I.d-,'., IZ brl
.'.o. K.W. O., Thompson I.rtR , 'j brl
51. K V. 1J., Thompson Ldi'., !i brl
r.J. E.W. l Thompson I.rttf., 1 box
brandy pesclo s.
53. E. W. 1).. Thompson Ldir., Mo., 1
51. K. W. L).. Tnompson Ldjr.. Mo.. 1
55. E. to. D., Thompson Ldc , Mo., 1
box brat.dv cherries.
E6. E. W. 1)., 'Ihotnpson Ld'., Mo., 1
57. S. J. Sinip-on, Lake Charles, Miss.,
5 boxes toba' co.
r. no mark. 1 box II II (joode.
5 '. do 1 box mdse,
i,1 . do ilo
l. do do
ti.'. do 'i brl C. O. salts,
lis. A. ii.. Xew Madrid. 1 boz muso.
M. nn maik, 1 trunk mdse.
65. It. T. it li, Hee'.f.jot, 1 box ca' (IT.
O'i. P. & E., Itauklna I.t.g., Min.,l btitt
oT. (leo W. Cratg, care. Gus Fow'.er, 1
i ale mflse.
n'-!. noiisemnn, Armon .t Co., S'. Louis
li Ixlb s cotton sack".
tS9. no murk. I box b ulng paddle.
7 . dn 2 butts toharco.
71. S. bunny Side. I baucollee.
tin uo .j brl stitar.
Ti. .M.C. McNnirv, t. Charles, Ky., I
box sund ies.
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp chimnlea.
74. A. Kaan, Miuvkiiii Kend, 1 box
75. no mark. 1 hox sundries.
Vi. S. Navaro, Little Kock, I brl
77. 1)0 mark, i buckets bar stores.
7K ilo 1 box bar stores.
7H. do do
ho. do do
hi. do do
Ka. do do
SI. do do
S5. J. S. N., 1 box bar stores.
Si. do do
87. do do
H8. d do
Wi. Butler & Hair, IJolly Itetroat, Miss.t
box medic. tie.
!)0. J. II. Cav.anets, Monterey, Ark, 1
box firo crackers.
01. no ii. ark. 1 hdle wagon rods.
H. do 1 hrl glassware.
18. R. S. Aiken, Evansvlile, 3 boxes
!i. I) D diyneA Son, I'hila , 1 box
95. McKeovvn .t Pond, 2 boxes stove fix
tures. flti. Jno. Uolden, BInndvi'.le, Ky., 1 box
sua 1 hoots.
!7. no mark. ID bb ck valises.
H. do I trunk.
W. .1 11. Prav, 1 trunk.
1 0. if , 9 plows.
101. ltussel, lllrd'a Point, 2 plows.
102. A., Cairo, 1 box binary beds, and
1 box trearitiL'.
tiir nALi.in.vY & run.i.ips wuarf p.oat
Cairo, 111., Anj. 5th, lsi.
What Struck an Old Soldier.
"It will soon be twenty year? since the ar clos
ed." Under the hot sun of Aii:nt, 1SS2, the villane of
Dover. N. J., lay still as the sphinx in E,;ypt.
while Elijah Sharp, of that place, slowly and soft
ly spoke of the past. "Yes," ho said, "I was in
the army and saw many of the glehts of taoso
fearful years. I was finally discharged from disa
bility resulting from snnstroks. I camo homo
miserable In health ami spirits; so enfeebled that
I took cold on the slightest exposure. I.lfo seem
ed worthless to mo: I lived only in n cmory "
"That was sad enough," I said, dividing my
last two ctpnrs,
'That's so." responded Mr. Sharp, "but I cot
over It. Ontu'rewlt? Not exactly. When in that
condition I began taking Pai keb's Tonic, and my
health commenced to tin prove riph t away. I win
astonished at it, and so was my wife. I piled on
tho flesh and conld vat anything. My ambition
blazed up I could attend 'o bus'ni's. and now
exceptinE that I hnve to take care about exposing
myself to ihe hot sun I am as wi lt a 1 was the
day I enlisted. What dillejencs thero aro In
thitiRs guns and bayonets kill; r.utKBii's Tunic
This preparation, which has been known as
Paiikkr's (Iinoku Tonic, will hereafter he called
simply I'AiiKEii's Tonic. As nnprlncipled dealers
are constantly deceivltiiJ their customers by iub
stilullng Inferior nrti' es under the namo of jln
Ker, and as (tlnffcrls reaily an nulmpor'ant lnnrtfii
ient, we drop tho misleadlut; wr rd.
Thero Is no tliaiaje. however In tho preparation
itself, aud all the bottles remaining In the hands
of dealers, wrapped under tho nnmo of Paukkii's
CiINoeh Tonk', contain 'he genuine medicine, if
tho fac simile signature of lliseocu Co. Is at the
bottom of the outside wrapper
The Daily Bulletin.
LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE EXHIBITION in
CI1A.S. W. FISH,
The Champion Ifider and a hot of Aren'c Celebritiej.
UKAXI) AGGREGATION i AIIENIC WONDERS
In combinat'.on vtith the .Monster Motmaerlc, Ttoantlfe' Avlnry, C'a'.lsthenic Exhibition, and Grandly
lioreuus Allegorical Street Pageantry.
NOTHING LIKE IT KNOWN UEFOItE.
AckncdbyuUtobothe SpCdlilltV ExlliWtiOll.
Offiirinir In no sint'le exhibitl'in id lis myriad Kttrai tions nuythinir that I not new nnd i rtffinal, an ac
ceptable, tiinovvma In ! mtia,' am ienieii'".':oiui!et"ly revolntlnnUtnir old-time ld sas of eircusu
aiid m 'Uau'eries, and marking nn epoch in the history of American Amusement
LLVlaVGi H.TPP03? OTAMUS !
GIAXT l.'l I
Countless cai?es of rare animals to be seen with no
sented by specimen of almost every species kuown
V lack lari.l, lirave Kniiinn lyenai, camels, ustneh"S, m range lieptties. Hare inros, t'erurming;
Kiephauts, Living Sea Motisters.'Mtisviim of Living Curiosities, Aicic Ucean Sea Liens.
GIAXT HOUSE, LARGEST ON EARTH!
Lniphatica'ily an E'lUiuo marvel, 21 bauds his1' aid weighing a ton and aqnarter.
Grand Street Pageant and Tournament!
The most Elaborate, Artistic and Itefulgent i'a'nde ever presented. Miles of Wittering U'orv. Open
Cagesof Ka-e Trained Animals Wild lie sts free upon t1 e streets. Elephants, Camels and all strange
ministers. Gorgeous (Jo:den Chariots. Three Hands of Music. A Holiday Pageant unexampled in ita
splendor, and well worth miles of travel to witness It tiikes plin .' every day at 10 o'clock A. M. He
hero to witness Its splendors, (f Doors open dni'y at 1 and 7 P. M. Arenic Performance at 2 and 8
o'clock P. M ;thus allording bmple time to view tho vast Aviary, Aquarium and Menagerie with ita
wealth of specimens.
RE IX TOWN EARLY.
Admission 50c. Children, under O vcars, 5c.
CV-Onp ticket admits to all departments of tluiirjat. Show. Remember the day and date FRIDAY
At Gl ST 1Mb.
Mi Piil 80MHBB mm
OPEN JUNE 1
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ANALYSIS OF ONE
Carb of Inn 122.0
Chloride of Iron truce Sulphate of Inn.. . .
Sulphate of Iron traccjL'arbonatt; of Iron,.
Alkalies 3H.0 Alkalies
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-12.:i Silicates 12.3
2'-.l Oxide of Iron 12.1
11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 0-l.j
00.7 ulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
11. jCiirhoiiic Acid (?as 17.3
18.4 'Alkalies 05.4
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