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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOtfNINO, AUGUST 14, 1884.
Nolle in thin column idree Hue or tut Sbceiit.
onslniarttoo or $l 00 prr week.
S35000 PRR MONTH!
yUHV.UV fc A LA II Y AN L) (XM MISSION
toeompetent hninr m wager for thif fity (r
fOta ABrnrr. RKNl'ONSIhl.B COMPANY, bu
Inau DrarliralW monopoly, rivalling too Tele
phone. MH CASH liKQl'I WKI) for ll.OnO
FAMPLE Ot TFIT. STA lLh fiOUUS. Nobol.il.
Ko F&rticiilsro address, with reference..
21 Kat 14th St., New York City.
Wivted An Intnlilgrnt, energetic lady of eood
addren and otne buMntw. ability, to Introduce to
tbe trade and consumer, of thla county, Madame
Dean Celebrated Spinal Snpportlng Comet,
pnlendirtlv advprtiwd and h ehlf recomm-ndi'd.
To ttat rlKnt party lry of $7-V0 monthly wl I
lienald Addren with reference.
J-.90 Hroudway, N- w York.
L AI'S DRY.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would ripi dfnllv announce to the citizouft of
Cairo, that I hc opened and am carry vg on a
Drat cia laundry in the rear of Winter Work,
onBetenth Stru t, where law r pared tirtoMl
kindtof work In my Hue iua eiipt-rtur and work
man rtiip tvlu. delving competition and at
roadOnaMo flirnr". All work cnaranleed, and
prompt payment If an, Vfil?UKX U.X.
N.B Entrance to laundry, tbromjh the private
entrance to the Winter' Block. 7 i1-8ra
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Local on tliinl payc.
The Wabash pay car taint! down yes
terday, and attended to business.
Fresh Ousters itt Jut; Sieatdu's saloon
And restaurant, corner Six t h and commer
Kr. E. A. Dii'It-r is having his Blore
Dainttd ud." Paint could lie UJt-d with
much good affect- on ra viiy of
houses in the city.
Foil Sams TV law library of tho
late II. II." Black.' Enquire of A
Civil Engineer Clnrh g Tlrnpp drove
stakes for the 19 h Street fill Tuesday
and now men and teams tire hard at work,
hauling in dirt for raisins; that street.
Twentieth Street is dour,
It is probable that wiihin the next
year or twosome handsome residences will
eprincr up in the vicinity of the Library
building. Property there has been ren
dered much more desirable since the open
ing of the Library than it was before.
Watermelons coutiuuo to be brought
over from Bird's Point by the train load
nearly every day. Several cars were yes
terday sent to New Orleans, and six or
eight car loads came here to le transported
to different points in the north.
Mr. -Frank V. Vickey, who is con
nected with the Grand Avenue s .w mill at
St. Louis, will arrive here to-day on his
way to ft'anita, Florida, Mr. W. W.
Wright's town, to take a look ut the place,
with a view to establishing a large eaw
Cen. Logan and Mr. Hendricks have
met, shaken hinds heartily and behaved
towards each other like any gentlemen
thouM. The episode is Sitid to have creat
ed surprise and emotion in the hotel din
ing room in New York, where it occurred,
though we fail to ace any reason why it
List night the Anchor tire company in
Stalled its newly elected otlkers with up
propruteceienvmy. The olll -.crs were: A,
Btoele, President; Dennis M'Mle, Vice-
President; Wm. Keene, Captain ; 11. Dun
ker, Treasurer; John Zmone, Secretaty;
Jamet Carroll, George Hester and Wm
The resiJents on Washington avenue
irom iintu street up, ami on the cross
Btreete through which the dirt teams most
y paa-t, are praying for r-dn, and their pray
era will cerUiuly be heard and answered if
they are earners and persevered iu long
enough. Hut the departed Tire siys there
will not he niuohof a chance for rain till
about the 15th or thereabouts.
Col. Taylor and Alderman McIIale
haveheen up the coui.ty road in Pulaski
county for several days, laying out and sup
erintending B'.tne work on the Mad there
Thoork consisted mainly of filling up
some bad holes and repairing culverts. The
road from this city clear to Mound City is
now hi excellent condition, in spite of the
fact that Mr. D luoher'v has not near finish
ed graveling it.
Hr. Julius Sarbian has commenced to
11 the Court House yard, for which woik
he hai the conttact ; and will ptHi it to an
arly completion as it is possible to do it.
After the filling is done a new fence will
probably also be built around the premises
and a new i-idewalk in front, and then is a
little finishing up on the exterior or the
building itself, if a thing remains of the
Court House fund.
The petition (,f the Seh 'lol liotrd ask
ing the Council to order that Thirteenth
Street be filled to Walnut S'rect and Wal
nut to Fourteenth, by special asesstnent,
Will doubtless receive favorable cotisideia
tion fra'in the Council, as it hhould. This
Work would add. very materially to the
good looks of tini piem-aes. nnd during
high Sipe-water, if we t-h'uld ever have it
again, there would be no water in close
proximity to the premises.
Friends of Prohibition may point
With pridn to Clayton County, (JU., where
prohibitory law Las been in force for
something over a year. A local paper
boaatt that the moral tone of the county has
been raised, business improved from 30 to
CO per cent., the calaboose iu for sale, aud
the County Court ditket is almost a blank.
Clajton County, it may bo added, is a sec
tion of (K-orgi sparsely settled with tin
progressive niialists, whose knowledge of
utirighleotisuess cine mainly by hearsay.
Among such innocent souls, nnd their
brethren, th1) Smiths who reside in the
village of Vieiaa, Johnson County, Prohi
bition flourishes like it green bay tree.
Mr. XV. C. Mulkey Ins coim-utcd to
deliver the oration at a mnd Democratic
rally to be held at Commercial point next
Stiturdiy. A committee from the Cleve
land and Hendricks club of (hut p'acj w.is
in ths city Tuesday, and induced Mr. Mul
key to come up. Mr. M. is a vigorous
talk r, and never fills to cnthusu his nu li-
ence. lie will doubtless take a prominent
part in the pending campaign.
riieChic igo NVvs is calling on Uncle
Dick Oglesby to quit ;alliv.iuting around
the Eastern watering place and come riht
homo this minute if he expi cs to heat Car
ter Harrison fr Governor. In short, the
News Bays: "He is needed riyht here ir,
Illinois, where the lb-publican pig is under
the ga'e and is squealing dismally. There
is no denying the f itt that the Prohibition
ists nro making telling inroads upon the
party here, and, unless something is done
immediately, the most disastrous results
will be experienced next November. We
have no ambition to figure in the role of an
alarmist; we bimply call at'enti n to the
fact 'hat the Republican candidate! for Gov
ernor is gallivanting Irom one fashionable
watering plac; to another wli -n he hhould
be at home in the field leading bis demor
alized army out of the jaws of that defeat
which now threafeim." If this doe-n't fe' h
Uncle D'ck, a p"st ci mitatiu, armed vith
a sub o- la (lu -( s tecum and n j'lg of the ol 1
familiar O.dhaut county, Ivy., apple-j ick,
will he sent after him.
The horse ntUchud to the Pacific Ex
press Company's wagon ran away lasd evm
in', starting ('r un below S:xtli S'rjct on
Ohio Leveo find c tinug to a h lit all in u
heap aim iRt on the door s'ep of thi: Sole
entrance to Mr. Frank (i.oht's St. James
Hotel. He ran etraight up the levee until
he reached Eighth Street when he turned
down toWi.nl Commercial. In turning the
corner the wagon tipped, but was prevent
ed fn-m turning ceinplctely over t y a tel
egraph polo which it struck, and which
caused it to whirl around at right angles
with the sidewalk throwing the horse onto
the sidewalk. The horse was not injured
at all, arid the wagon Was but slightly
damaged, the hehrs and seat only being
broken. The horso is a fine, large animal,
that has been iu use by the company here
but a week or ten days. There was no one
in the waon when the runaway occurred.
The Johnson County Journal contin
ues its abuse of Judge Bross. It enumer
ates a long list of the evils attending habit
ual drunkeness, and charges them to the
manufacture aud sale of intexicauts, with
out even so much as a hint that the kx-
ciissiVE usk of the liquor might luve just a
little something to do with producing these
evils. The idea that the manufacture and
sale of liquor is in itself an immoral busi
ness is norsee sical in the superlative de
gree,-and is probably eu'.ertained, even
among Prohibitionists, only by the Smtihs
That thete are rascals among whisky deal
ers, jut as iu every other class of busiress
men, is not denied, and that these are di
r ctly responsible for much mischief is al
so true. But we venture to tmy, that the
habit these Smiths have, of regarding the
man who voluntarily and knowingly ard
purposely becomes and remains a drunk
ard, as entirely irresponsible for his dis
graceful condition and conduct, as entitled
to the commiseration ot his brothers and
the coddling care of sympathetic women
this habit of assuring such men that they
are the helpless and innocent victims of de
signing rascals, has done and is doing in
finitely morehaim than all the unscrupu
lous whiskey venders have ever done or
can ever dn. It is placing a premium on
drunkenness for which many will contest
without regarding the attendant evils.
The Journal ndmi's that if liquor dealers
never sold to persons addicted to intern
perance, to intoxicated persons aud to
minop, their business would be compara
tively harmless; but it charges that Judge
Bross violated the section of the State Uw
relating to tins matter when in Vienna,
and says ''there is no doubt that be violates
this law every day in Cairn." 'n,e jur.
nal lie?. It either lies thoughtlessly or ,.
liberate!)-; but it lies, and it lies infamous
ly and inexcusably. Judge liross did not
sell to any minor, habitual diunkard, or
urutiKen person in Viennt. If such per
sons obtained liquor, they obtained it from
or through resident dealers in Vienna, per
sons v.ho were neither minors, drunkards
nor drunk when they bought their stock
who stand high iu Vienna business und so-
dial circles, and for whoso c nduct Judge
Bross is not responsible, so far as vvu cmi
A I I . ,
ai-e. ;vnu nere in cairo none nave ever
dated to accuse the Judge of a lap in the
direction indicated by the Journal. Here
be needs no defense against assaults such
as the Ji urnnl has made. lie is universal
ly rcce.gniy.ed as the soul of honor, as i
man of the highest integrity and purity, in
ijuoiic anu private ii"e, as well as in busi
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Fourth and Locusts Sts., St. Louis.
Whkx in St. Louis Call on Them. 7
LI HUNG CHANG.
The Chinese- Diplomat at Shanghai
to be Impeached on a
Whoelsale Bobbery of the Mails in Aus
triaWhole Bag of Valuable and
Eegistered Letters Stolen.
The "Adoration of the Magi" to be Pur
chased by the Russian Govern
mentA Dead Duke.
London, August 13. A dispatch from
Shanghai says the Chinese dlplomutc,
Ll-Hung-Chang, will bo Impeached tor
transferring the China merchant fleet to
an American firm. The price paid tor
the fleet Is nearly 7,300,000, and It is
claimed that In making; t.vie sale Ll-Ilung-Cbang
was actuated by motives
of self-interest, and that In selling the
fleet he weakened hs resources ot the
Government, in the. event of a war with
France, as disposing of the merchant fleet
In a measure places China at the mercy
of foreigners for vessels for transports,
Vik.nna, August 1;). A great sensation
has been caused hy recent robberies in
mails. Not long ago a letter containing
15,000 florins wiu ub-traoted, and tiow a
whole mail bag has been stolen. The
bag contained only vuluablo and regis
tered letters. ItiMniieuf tUe latter there
were checks amounting to 2&0,0U0 florins
sent by savings banks iu IVsth.
Si. 1'ki KhMiit August 13. The
liusslau Government lus. decided to pur
chase of itsE.ig.l-h owner the celebrated
"Adoration ol thy .Mu;," by Paul
Verones. The price is 12,000. The
picture will aduru '.ho cathedral now
building on the situ of the. assasslnatiou
of the lute Czar. ,
DKITII oi- 'tiii: okkk of wei.li.vgton.
London, August 13. Tho Duke of
Wellington dropped dead at Brighton
to-day, aged sevcuty-seveu.
Marseii.i.ks, Augost 13. There wero
five deaths from cholera last night, the
slight increase bcl g attributed to con
tinued hot weather.
Strasjiuku, August 13. Persons iu
Alsace and Lorraine, who intend to make
the pilgrimage to Lourdes this season
have been warned that they will be sub
jected to quarantine when they return.
1'kstii, August 13. Ten persons con
nected with the Socialists have beeu ex
pelled from this city.
MEXICAN SMUOGLKRS CAPTURED.
Matamoius, Mux., August 13. Near
midnight Monday the Civil Guards inside
the fortlllcatifcns discovered a band of
five smugglers lurking about the prem
ises. Tne guards Immediately opened
fire, and a battle began, the smug
glers returning tho fire, an 1
retreated toward the Outskirts
of the city. 1 ho Custom-house patrol re
inforced the City Guards. Uer iorty
shots were exchanged. The smugglers
were finally drlveu to the river bauk,
where one of their number named Gar.a
was struck and killed. Two others were
captured and two escaped to the river.
Some distauce below the citv a smug
glers' camp was discovered In the brush
and proved a rich haul lor he officers.
Six bales of fine goods and eight horses
were captured. The entire outfit Is val
ued at $j,000.
DIED AT T11KIU J'OSX.
Two Men Burned to Death at a Boston
Boston, MA39., August 13, 1 :55 A. M.
A tremendous fire is raging near the"
Boston & Albany depots. Three alarms
have been rung. It Is reported that two
firemen arc already burned to death.
The flie was In the lourth story of the
building 108 to 112 Beach street. Engine
man Tierce and lloscman Qulgley w ere
burned to death. The occupants of the
building were: Caton, lieckle & Co.,
straw hat manufacturers; Potter, Watsou
4 Co., boots and shoes; and F. II.
Wheolock, lace manufacturers. Loss,
about $ 50,000.
The Mormon Massacre.
Nashville, Tenn., August 13. Tho
latest news from Lewis County, makes it
certain that In Sunday's affray at least
five persons were killed; Martin Couder,
David Illnson, leaders of the masked
mcu, and three Mormon elders. Tho
fourth elder, who escaped to the woods,
was seen near the Hickman County
line, and Is supposed to have
made his w ty to Shady Grove, a Mormon
settlement. The wife of Jim Conder, at
whose house the massacre occurred, was
shot, wheu an Eider ran behind her, and
win uie. nuison, oi me aitackiug party,
who was Kined, was one oT the most
prominent citizens of H ckman County.
rurwiei uvuuii: i buiu m iuuow. KO ar
rests have yet been made.
Washington, 1). C, August 13. Tho
officers of the Navy, State and War I)c-
paj-tments continue to bo very reticent
concerning the horrible story told by the
U nnes. Ihosc who are in a position
to know something abont the matter
win neitner aeny or antrm, simply de
dining to say anything.
Stabbed From Behind.
Er. Faho, Thx., August la. Whllo
Jfciu-y Splaine, an employe of the South
c-rn Pacific Hallway was walking borne on
the railroad track yesterday, a Mexican
naflicd Staludo crept behind him aud
lilunued a dagger under SpnlneVs arm
killing him. Stalado was arrested. B
admits the killing, and seems Mo gloat
Elmika, K. August 13 John R.
Lynch, of Mississippi addressed the col
ored people here yesterday la celebration
Sued for Libel.
Cincinnati, O., August 13. A suit tor
850,000 has been filed In the United States
Court by ex-Governor Johu C. Under
wood, formerly manager of the defunct
Xfira Journal, against tho Eceuiwj Post
Another Man Shoot Hla Wire and Com
Nkwcomkrstown, O., August 13.
Otto Mohr, a tailor ot Ulrichsvllle, this
county, whllo drunk Monday night, at
tempted to kill bis wife, and then shot
himself through the head, dying Instant
ly, ills wife was in a critical condition
at last accounts, aud It Is thought she can
Still Another Crazy Wife-Killer.
Gha.ni Haven, Mich., August 13. At
Frultport, yesterday, l'etcr Boltz struck
his wife on the head with a gun and, sup
posing her dead, dragged her into a corn
field. She was discovered while yet
alive, but died In the evening. iiolU Is
in jail, und Is believed to be lusane.
Suicide From Over-Work.
Tallila, Ga., August 13. Lemuel
Williams, 1). vision Superintendent of the
Atlanta & Charlotte Ballroad, committed
suicide yesterday at Terra by taking
morphine, overwork is supposed to
have beeu the cause of the rash act. He
w as one of the most popular officers of
the road. He leaves a widow and ouo
Another Tramp Shoots His Man.
Clinton, Ia., August 13. A tramp
shot James Ward, a bridge watchman yes
terday afternoon without provocation. The
ball took effect in his cheek. The tramp
w is captured In a novel manner, lie rau
p;;st a train and the engineer gave chase
with the train. The train h inds drew
their revolv- rs and compelled him to ur
Hotel K.uTi-:itkii.i., N. Y., Augu-t 13.
The ojieia-house was the scene of a
brilliant and fashionable (lathering last
night iu honor of l'reldenL Arthur, a
bail being tendered by (icorge Harding.
This was the crowning event of the pr s
c nt season, l'resld'-nt Arthur entered
the room o:i t.'ie unu ol Mr. Harding.
Among the guet were Chief Justice aud
Mrs. Waiti: and Secretary Frelinghuysen.
Tho President and bis party visited the
Overlook Mouutain House yesterday,
where they wt-re received with firing of
cannon. On their return they were sa
luted along the route by thousands who
had gatheied to catch a glimpse of the
Grain and Provisions.
V. ri).i:.UAV, August 13, ISM.
rOTTOrr SteaMy; tn'il'ilinir. lu 'iV"..
KCOL'R Steaely; XXX lu ctiuiee, -'.(j5.i3.);
WiifcAT Steady: No. S Ke'l. 81Slc for
new; No. 3 llcl, new, 7J!-i'7tio.
CORN Steady: No. 2 mixeU, 4T!il&4-)o: No.
S Wtiito mued. tovyvti.-.
OATS-Stcady: No. 2. iti'i6o.
ItVE Lower; No. 2. MWiZio.
Tobacco r Inn; mxn; common to choice
fii.OUdiiU.0O: Jeul: common rerl leuf, t?JKM
1U.U0: medium to jrood fn.UX17.uU.
lUr-PrairM Js.oy-iilo.ue tor prime to choice
new; ciover imxert, ".11 fur cmriinou u
prune: choice i.ew timothy, Jll.OO'il-'.O'j; fan
iirJTTKK J-lrmers choice to tancy creamery
21CWte: dairy, t-tioiee to tuncy, lMe; low
f.oos Active; c-auuIoU. lie: fctiii.D0rs' niarka.
FOtators hiisy. at H.Vii42'c per tmsheL
Fokk Quiet; ntiw mess, Hs.uutfcls.liT,.
Lard Hiyh'-r: prime swam, sVtf Se.
IUcon Lou. K'U'u. lOSc ; shorts. lUV'iilO X c :
Clear ribs, IMUalu'tc, ull pucked.
Wool Tuu-walied. choice, 29c: fair.
27SiSc; diiiiry and low '4 i-'7. Unwashed--Choice
moUiuin, ttl',-,c; (rood uvcratro medium
lWcOoci se lei; tod liirht Une 17'4l.)c; trool av
erapo, 1W'I7o; heavy Y.iHw; eomrjlmr. i
Dioixl, ax.lc: comuin?, low irrades, li-jtlo.
Hides ouiet: dry Hint I'l'ic: datnaired.
Wtc: nuus or 10c; dry suite l,
L2c: dry salted, damairel. 10c: kin mil
calf, salted. S"tc; damaged, U ,c; rjui.s and
states, bv; green, uncured, 7!c; damaged,
Cjhkkp Pelts Weak; groon, TOsOc; dry
Uo, 4Oii70c., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearlings, lie; dry do, luaiio; lamb
Wheat Hikther: No, 2 Itcd. Sentcmhcr.
IC'Tic; October, tfl'jc; November, tKi-,c; Ue
lorn r inner: benteiuber. (ki'ic: OoioImt.
C0(!; November, i'.tc.
Oath weaker; Ausrust, SJ'ic: Sciitpmlicr.
31?io; October, UU.Se.
Wheat Fit-tnt-r; Auirust. Wic: Son.
U-mber, 7c; October, .suc; Noveuibor,
81Se; December, t3?ic.
CORN Higher: August, blKc: Reritcinbcr.
GOHe: October, 4'4c; November, 4t;e; year,
Uc; May, 4.1 -c
OATS f-tctidy; Auirust. Zic: Sentemlx-r.
21c: October, t'i'Av: year. 4e: Mnv. L".m.
i'ORK August, ?a;.UU; Scpteliiber.J t-M;
Lard Higher; Auirust, t'.iuv,; Sep
tember, $ 7.474: October, f T.57'4.
fcitour Uius beptomber, U.7U: October.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Tteccliits, ILIKW; notlvc. unsettled nnrl
weak; liglit, t-'iMWVltii rough puckinir, $;..ritK6
6.7.1; lieuvy niicklmr unit whipping, fi.mnii.a5.
Catti.K Receipts. 5.:i(ii: best tli-m; common
dull; exports, ."(.4eftyl.!'U; gooil to choice.
UKKlB.iVi; common to lair, f 4.5Uft,r,.S0; lex
Bhkep Iteeeipts, 2,000; slow; common to
Catti.K Market 'loll nnd prlcens nom
i ii ii 1 ; extra fii.7."i4j(7.-'U: good to choice
shipping at JHfrAMl; fair to medium at $.j.4u
r,.0; lair to choice tiutchers' at $4.4145.51);
mixed Lutcliers, f).40fr64.ri(l; common to best
butchers' cows, f Iii,4.g5; Ktoekeis, f:i.i5ff;4.Si;
loeders, f 4.&V'i.4.7U: flit bulls, fair to choice,
Siikbi Market Ktendy; fair Uenuind; com
mon to fair, f:i..jHfti.'Ji); good to cholco, t-l.lliKia
4.70; western lambs, f4.a.V(i5 '; no lam da
Hons Market steady mid (Inn: only 2 cars
common to lair grassers here, which brought
Catti.k Iteeeipts, 1,WK): weak and slow;
native ateers, l,an) to 1,500 pounds average,
M.jl.25: do, W,n to l.lim pounds averuge,
f4.XKil5.40; Htocknrs and fendera, f l.i04.5O;
cows, f.'.'.NXU.ii.iu; grass Texas steers, fl.axij
lions Itecnlpts. 7.000; tinner and lnftlfto
lilt' her; rules ut f j.OiVa.'i.'JO; mainly at f5.7t2
tttiKEP Jtueeipta wu; nominally un
Money and Stock Market.
Kbw Yoiik. August 13. Stocks utronir and
higher, prices iidvanctug i to IS- Market
strong on favorable crop news.
New Vouk, Aimust 1-'. Money, 1 to 2. I'a
pnr 5. I(iii,li liar silver ut iJIUW. Hichnnirn
steady! 42H4Ss long, 4K44fi4H4K ahort.
Governments steady. Mutes ijulet. Honda Ir
srgitlu?. t locks strong. ( liangeg during
bonr unlmpnrtant. Hiislmas mnduraUt.
Threos, looii'a, m; 4 s, imj; Paciao, t'a,
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( r"One ticket ajiui: t ) ail deminni ntn of Hi
At Cit'sT r.tii.
WM. II. DAVIDSOS,
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Japanned 1 Berlin and Aatii AVare,
Binl Cajres, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affcnt tor Adams & Wothikc Oil. (iasoline and Has Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Com Sliellers, Planters i tc, I'.tc.
Nos. 27 &
TELEl'lIOXK NO. :jO.
G. T. AVUITLOCK
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(;iicco.'-sois to (ioldiline & Kosfiiwatei-.;
A hvgi ami coinvktc stock of Cents' Fiiriiisliinj; (iooils,
J hits, Caps, iVc., Ac.
DIXON SPdiiiS SUMMER RESORT
OPEN JUNE 1 TO OCTOBER 1.
TISUMS: 88.00 per -week. Special Kates to
IAimilics on .Application.
ANAISIS UF ONE
SPUING- NO. 1.
Carb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron
Sulphate of Iron. . . ,
Chloride of So. limn. . , 01 (5
Sulphate Alumina. . .
(10.0 K.'hloride of
U2.0 Ichloii le of
E. A. BURNETT,
Book and TA1, T).
OFFICE:-No. 7 Ohio
Cliildt en, under 'J years, li.'e.
Ureat SI,o. ft- mcinb -r the- d ii and date FH ' I) V
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I. W. WIIITLOCK,
GALLON OF WATKU.
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SPJllNONO. 2. SPJtlNONO. 3.
Silicates 29.2 i
Sulphate of Iron 42.J .Silicates 12.3
Carlioiiate ot Iron 25.1 -Oxide of Iron 12.1
Alkalies 11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
Alumina. . 00.7 julphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Maone.sia. . H.
Carlionic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
S i'liutn... . 31.1
Calcium.. 18 4
Sulph. Hydro. Ois.... 10.5
J. K. "LUMEN. Lessee,
Allen Springrs, Pope Co., Ills.
Levee, CATRO, ILLS.