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II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Whlnstou Avenue
RESIDENCE: Corner Nlaetocutb and Wash
ington . '
yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 13 Commercial avenue Heldence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
yy R. SMITH, 31. D.
Offlee and Residence:
NO. 41 THIRTEENTH STREET. CAIRO. ILL.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omci-N'o. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
JElchth and N'lnth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elfjhth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widows' and Oorphana' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEX,
ftENERAL DELIVER open : a.m.; cloea
:!k)D.m.: Sunday: 8 to t a.m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m. ; cloaca
at X n. m
Through Exvrei Malla via IlltnoU Central and
JliMtlppl Outrat Railroad clone at 12:) p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
dope at 12:30 p.m.
Way Mail via Illlnola Central. Cairo and Vin
eetnet. and Mi.ipl Central Kallroada dote at
V:4A p. m.
Way Mail Ij: Narrow Gange Railroad dotes at S
Cairo aid EvacaviUe River Route cloaea at 6:30
p. m. daiiy (eicept Friday).
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFK I A I. PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning?. Daily in Sonthern Illinois
Cairo. 111.. June ). 1879.
Time. Bar. Thur. Hum. Wind. Yel Weathej.
i:r. a m so. IT
ll:iO " 30.14
. i:fOp.m 30.ii
Maximum Temperature. N(e ; Minimum Tem
perature, 63 ; Rainfall. 0.W Inch.
W. II. RAY.
Sers't Sltnal Core. U. S. A.
AT TUE PIASTERS notSE.
W. C. Smith, Carbondale; B. Davis,
Phil. II. Crooker, A. P. Clark, St. Louis ;
C. W. Conner, Ella Conner, Metropolis;
Emma Porter, Villa Ridge; II. King, Cin-
nati; Mrs. J. W. Briddle, Vienna: Miss
Briddle, Vienna; .1. II. Kirkham, St. Louis;
J. A. M. Gibbs, Thebes; V. B. King,
Warren, O.; W. J. Dallam, Evansville;
C. II. Call, Ullin; Mrs. McCormic, Charles
ton, Mo.; Mrs. J. S. Hooper. Camden, Tenn.
Mrs. E. E. Bastlett, Columbia, Tex.; John
i. Page, Nashville, Tenn. '
The Palace Sium is thy placs to ui
tain the coolest, creamiest and mon d .lieious
glass of beer to be had in Caiio. It any
1x)dy has doubts, let him interview John
Koehler who is alwavs on hand to serve
r or. Sale A good business house two
. story itrieK, on uslnngton avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Ice, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
nin daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
ut Sargeantg, on Eighth street, or address
ue through the post-olliee.
: . ' PI. Ward.
Trs Cent VS'onTH. If you want a neat
-smooth shave for tea cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything elsain
tlie tnnsorial line, remember the plaec to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
Kisiu.so tackle, Rods, bait, etc., wire
cloth fir screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
. ttt bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Hardware of nil descriptions,
Refrigerators. Revolvers. Razors Pocket
hniv.-s, Miver pkted knives, forks and
'spoons, lumps and lump fixtures and a
thousand of other artich-R nt C. W. Hen
derson's, Commercial avenue, corner
, , ICE! ICE ! H E!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail nil through the season. Office,
Kighlli.. street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, next door to Bristol's
rroecry store. Jacob- Ki.ee.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mrs. T. W. Halliday was said to bo
Hcriouily ill, yesterday, from a violent at
tack of cholera morbus.
Oil Sunday, tho 29th instant, the I. M.
R. R. Co. will reduce the gauge of its road
to four feet, eight and one-half inches.
Notice of tho Doctors' convention la
Sparta, will appear to-morrow. Nearly
a column of local matter necessarily laid
We heard yesterday that Mr. P. Saup
had purchased the building lately vacated
by Dr. Schuh, and now occupied by Messrs.
Burger & Co.
George Koehler, son of John, and
salesman with Goldstine & Rosenwater, left
the city Thursday, tor Hot Spring?, where
he goes for the benefit of his health.
Tiie first invoices of new flour received
in this city, this year, came in yesterday
morning over the C. & V railroad. The
lucky consignees arc Wm. Lonergan and
Messrs. C. rink & Co.
Cedar chests at tho low price of $3
here in Cairo, is a surprise to our citizens
as well as people from Nashville where
tho lumber to make them is obtained, but
tlinf is nil T.nncastnr .fc T?ie ask for them.
ine agents oi tno post omce ueparr-
mnnt wlio visifpil Cairo to listen to Stories I
pro and con about Cairo's postmaster, abide
among us no longer, l ne conclusions at
which they arrived, or the character of the
facts they gathered will not be made
I am using one of Lancaster & Rice's
Elevstors and Purifing pumps in my cis
tern. It improves the water very much.
I perceived a change inside of three days,
and most heartily recommend it.
G. D. Williamson.
We are reliably informed that some of
customers of Alex, r rothingliam & Co.,
brokers, 12 Wall Street. New York, have
made $S00 within 30 days, from an invest
rnent of about $100. Frothingham & Co.,
are thoroughly reliable. Send for their
Weekly Financial Report, sent free.
For some time past a number of very
noisy and foul-mouthed bovs have been in
the habit of collecting, afrer n:gl.t fall, in
the vicinity of Twelfth and Washington.
They became so intolerable Thursday eight
the police dispersed the crowd,for which act
all well disposed people in the neighbor
hood give thanks.
We hear talk of a new ferry from Mis
souri to Kentucky. It was our opinion
that the Greenfield ferry company controll
ed the exclusive right to several miles of
the Missouri shore, and that without that
company's consent, an opposition ferry could
not be established. In this however, we
may be mistaken,
From all that we can gather the exam
ination into the postoffice nrTair, made by
the special agents, very nearly approached
the farcial. Nobody was pat under oath,
and we judge from the intimations we have
received, that there was not a tenacious
clinging to the truth, on the part of all hot
witnesses, for that very reason.
It is said that we are indebted to the
Champion anJ Fisk for the whistle music
of Thursday that the noise signalized the
termination of a race that the officcis of
ol both boats were anxious that everybody
should see. It wouldn't horrify us in the
least to hear that both these boats had
blowed up their whistles, into a thousand
The first peac1it3 and blackberries of
the season made their appearance in mar
ket, yesterday. If people will have fruits
and berries during hot weather, when
groans from biiious colic nnd cholera mor
bus victims can be heard in every neigh
borhood in the city, it is thought that ripe
peaches and strawberries are the least harm
less that can be obtained.
A. Murphy is the name of the individ
ual who so far forgot his manhood and the
respect due the other sex, that he grossly
abused and vilified Mrs. O'Callalian, who
keeps the boarding house at the Corner of
Fourteenth and Levee. Mrs. O'C. caused
Murphy's arrest yesterday, nnd Squire
Robinson fined him f 1 and costs, which bo
will pay by tt nine day's stay in the cala
boose. Mrs. Grant, one of tho turbulent trio
that kicked up such a rumpus Wednesday
night in the Brcucher house, was brought
out for trial, yest-r lay; and the city attor
ney being satisfied that the case was not
one that demanded prompt and vigorous
prosecution postponed the triul until somo
future time. Should Mrs. O. keen herself
on her good behavior the existing charge is
not likely to be remembered against her.
If the Board of Health will extend
inquiries among tho physicians it will lentn
that a great deal of cholora morbus prevail
in the city, and that five c:im.'s out of six
are chargeable to the use of unripe fruits.
Of these, green apples are so notoriously
"'dicalthy that wo regard it the duty of
tno is. oi ii. to lorluu their sale in the mar
ket. It would be but a plight deprivation
to the public, nnd would save scores of
children and many of maturer growth from
terrible and dangerous ordeals of pain and
The little old dwarfed , colored man,
who for the past year or two has made tho
rounds of tho saloons of the city to drain
the empty beer kegs of their sour leavings,
is disconsolate. It has Ik en Ids custom to
make these trip about five or six o'clock in
tho morning. that ho nnd his old woman
might have what is called a 'lieious sub-
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOKMNtf. JUNE
..a .v.,.nw for breakfast; but, bo it
said to the disgrace of our color, a white
man has headed tho poor negro off in this
busiuess. Tlii white mau gets up at threo
o'clock in the morning, nnd before day
light has completed his rounds. When tho
negro comes on duty ho finds every keg
dry, returns home with his jug cuipty-a
heavy-hearted, disconsolato darkey.
The Cairo Jockey club met last night.
Tho attendance was quite large. The fol
lowing officers wero elected: President;
N. E. Jacols; Secretary, C. C. Mason, and
Treasurer, M.P.Walsh, Jr. Tho club de
cided that it would celebrate tho 4th here
in the city, and tho programme will be
published in a few days. There will be a
number of horse races, music, dancing, fire
works, refreshment stands, etc. In short,
the club intends to provide means whereby
everybody can rationally cnioy himsclt
wing the city. Further notice
It is quite miraculous that one or more
ot the dare-devil little urchins who mount
the moving passenger trains of the I. C. and
C. & V. roads, are not torn to pieces, every
twenty-four hours. From the time tho I.
C. trains pass the round house until they
reach the passenger depot there is almost a
I continuous lino of bovs iumrumr on and off
tiecar8. Some 0f these boys are not more
than 8 or 0 years of age. The trains of the
C & V. arebeseiged in like manner; the
only difference being that a less number of
boys imperil their lives.
We desire to ask our friend Bouton if
he is willing to risk his reputation for po
litical sagacity on the affirmation that the
deputy wardens of our penitentiaries are
appointed by the Governor and confirmed
by the Senate? If not, why does he insist
that the Democratic party gave Cairo a
deputy wardenship? That individual Dem
ocrats had some agency in getting a Dem
crat (not necessarily Mr. Oborly) on the
Board of Warehouse commissioners, is,
probably, undeniable; but that Cairo is in
debted to the Democratic party for the ap
pointment ot Mr. Irvin, is not true.
A gentleman who has recently traveled
all over t:ie State ot Illinois turnisiies us
the following statement concerning the
growing crops: '-The growing crops are
looking well. Oats came out nicely after
the late rains. There will be oceans of
corn la Illinois next fall and winter. Tak
ing lines across the State at El Paso and
Pana. between those lines the average of
wheat is double that of 1S78, and the aver
age yield in Central Illinois will be 23 to
30 bushels to the acre. I will now set my
average for the whole State at 13 per cent,
greater than the crops of last year. The
early varieties are being cut as far north ns
We had the veritable '-lightning-rod
man" in the city, yesterday, equipped in
strict accordance with tradition. . With
team and rods anJ all the appliances to put
the roads in place and a "gift
of gab," of course, that enables
him to convince a man against
his will, judgment and inclination that any
and every house is doomed to inevitable
destruction unless it is made to bristle with
the doubly corrugated, spiral twist, copper
strip rods," ot which ho i3 the 6ole agent,
patentee and proprietor. The individual
who turns a courteous car to the lightning
rod man might as well invest &t once, for it
will come to that at last.
Our police wore informed, yesterday
morning, of a burglary that had been com
mitted in the neighboring town of Charles
ton, the night before. Sol Rosenstein's
clothing store had been burglariously en
tered and a zink trunk, containing f.mr or
five pairs of pants, several luster coats and
white shirts, was stolen tind caaried oft the
premises. Besides this trunk the burglars
carried away a lot of striped stocks, a sup
ply of under-wcar, nnd perhaps other arti
cles, the loss of which had not yet been
detected. The police were admonished to
look out for the rascal or rascals; but it is
scarcely probable they came in this direc
tion. The railroad, telegraph nnd constant
travel between the two points would render
their arrest almost inevitable.
Yesterday morning about 2 o'clock
officers Hogun and Schuckers heard a
piteous outcry coining from the rookery
located on the east side of Commercial
nvenue, just above Tenth street. Hasten
ing to the spot they hurried up stairs to the
room troin whence tiie cries proceeded,
aud found a negro woman in a paroxysm
of tears nnd apparently broken hearted.
The cnuse of her grief was that her man
had given her a terrible smacking and run
away. Whether it was the smacking or
the running away of the smacker that oc
casioned tho grief, is n question ;mt re
mains undetermined. A.linomsliin" the
heart-broken female to restrict her lamen
tations to her own premises, tK. ofljt.m
-A flock of sheep' were driven along
Commercial nvenue, yesterday, every indi
vidual of which was fairly wild with a de
sire to escape the heat and get muler cover
The whole drove made a dash f,,r r , .
but wero locked out. Passing U,)ni, t() th()
Alexander county bank they pnureil iuto
its open door until all standing roi,m waS
occupied. Driveu from this hull,;;,,,, t)t,y
crossed Eighth street, and catching i KMit
of Hanny's open door, they pii(,, j wlt, ft
resoluteness that dolled oppo ,!,:,,,, x
tleman observing the cngrrn , . -1 , ( . ,(Viilt.
hij creature, to efct at, nin ,t0
Ilanny , oxplaiuud tho nu:i,r t , tii , tU.
faction of everybody. They ,.,. , i,
' ' J "Ue en a nisli
iui mu Buecpcioaaiug -Kept thero. Tho
obstreperous creatures were finally driven
to tho stroet again; hut whither they were
subsequently taken this deponent didn't re
main to sec.
A stranger has established himself
near the corner of Eighth and Commercial,
and offers our "blow-lmrds" an eligible
opportunity to earn a littlo beer money.
Ho has a lung-tester, crowned by nn Amer
ican flag. Upon tho scale ot the apparatus
e... ii.i. . . ,
a silver quarter is suspended nt 203, which
point is designated as the "champion
blow," and the quarter is to be taken by any
individual who equals it. Several years
ago Charley Bombach, then engaged with
Halliday "s coal fleet, blew the reservoir of
a like tester entirely out ot tho water an
effort that required tho expulsion from the
lungs of about 400 cubic inches of air.
This is a pretty tough story; but it is true,
every word of it.
Men who have acquired an appetite for
strong drink will go to almost any extreme,
suffer any kind ot personal indignity, even
personal chastisement, if the cud shall
bring them the liquid fire that arrests their
awful inward sinkiug. A man of this
character dropped into a down town saloon
the other day, and calling for whisky, filled
the gmsa brimful, and drank it down. His
great aim was now achieved and he cared
but littlo what followed. He had no
money, and so informed tho barkeeper. He
was willing to take a kicking he'd submit
to anything the barkeeper might exact as
an equivalent for the whisky. The bar
keeper eyed him closely, and discovering
that the fellow had beatenhim out of several
drinks in the same manner, concluded that
he would square the whole account nt once;
so seizing a heavy walking stick he bela
borexl the wretched inebrate in a manner so
vigorous that great welts or fractured skin
attested to the earnestness of every blow.
The depraved fellow offered no resistance ;
but having squared .his account in that sa
loon his patronage in the future will be be-'
stowed elsewhere, where a glass of solace
will not cost a week of soreness.
The information given by us yesterday
morning concerning the Ullin sensation,
was furnished by a citizen of Cairo who
had returned from that village only the day
before. It seems, however that, it the
assurances we received yesterday be true,
tho information was, in some particulars,
faulty. We now have it that the dead
child was fished from the well by a young
man named Al Brown; that it was a fully
developed infant, and had been in the
water only a few days. Mr. Guntcr was
not arrested; but had confessed that the
quilt that covered the body, had been in
use in his family. The coroner's jury had
failed to arrive at any definite conclusion,
other than that the iufant
had been intentionally drowned. As we
remarked, yesterday, the finding of Mr.
G.'s quilt about the body is a circumstance
that goes far to relieve Mr. G. of any sus
picion of complicity with the affair. The
sane man who commits such a crime tries
to hide his guilt. To say that Mr. G. had
any hand in this ugly ufl'air is equivalent
to saying that he was destitute of ordinary
sense and discretion, or that he was indif
ferent to exposure. Nobody will assume
cither the one or the other.
A list of letters remaining in the Post
Office in Cairo, Ills., on the 21st of June,
1ST!): Burton, Matt; Bradbury, Josie;
Cayle, Mollie: Carrico, Lizzie; Greely,
Gilbert; Henderson, Alice A; Johnson, Sa
arah; Markle, Jane; Thompson, Johanna;
Warn, Alice; Worthington, Minnie; Ware,
Ella; Woodruff, Vounie. Gents
Bucncr, Nathan; Byrnes, James;
Banks, John; Brown, Daniel; Banks,
Anthony; Cook, Henry; Courtney,
Benj.; Craft, F. ; Ciirncs, Geo. E.; Crawford,
John; Collins, B. !.; Chnmen, Peter;
Cahorn, S. A.; Divine, Denis; Devinc,
Dennis; Decker, Henry; Dewstoe, Henry
M.; Davis, John; Davis, John, 2; Emerson,
Geo. W.; Eicks & Co., J. W.; Elliott, Win.;
Goclkel, Jno. E.; Goose. Jno. E.; Hawlcy,
('has. C; Hebel, George; Hitchingson, J.;
Saints; Holly, Jack; Hall,. Richard;
Hays. Pat; Hanrahan, Win.; Humphreys,
Thomas; Imms, Wm. J. (2;; James, Sam;
Jauson, Irus; Judd, Louis; Johnson, W. A.
J.; Klrilgen, Caspar; Kna'tel, Jos-ph;
Luckey, dorr; Milburn, G. W-; McKay, W.
I).; Powers, Dan; Nicklas, Jno. (2); Pat
terson, Q. J.; Rottenberg, Julius; diss,
Geo. V.; Robinson, Jno.; Smith, Edmond;
Sweeney, Joe; Sprak, G. W.; Taylor, Hock;
Thompson, Watson; Tharper, Walter.
Please say "advertised, when calling for
For a dirty, ragged, beastly specimen
of lazy humanity, commend us to the tramp
that has frequented the I. C. passenger de
pot during the past few days, on a search
for cigar slumps. His dirty old wool hut is
so badly torn that his unkempt, sun-burned
hair protrudes through both top and sides;
his filthy cheek shirt is in tatters, and the
aleeves torn open from tho cuff-band to the
elbow, hang in tatters by his side; his pan
taloons, worn through nt the knees and in
the seat, and the leg seams, torn from the
pockets nearly to Ins knees, render him "a
chaotic mass of rags" to be remembered.
He is entirely barefooted, and if his feet,
hands or face- have felt tho touch of wa'.cr
In n twelve month, tho application was cer
tainly not the suggestion of cleanliness.
Ho is a spectacle to keep out of tho sight
of ladies, and is not a pleasant object for
the contemplation of gentlemen. v
that he was educated for the profession of
medicine; but rrgardiug it rather n low
calling, he thr.w nway his books and ol-
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will do well to try
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SOLE AGENT FOR CAIRO,
Call and examine and be convinced.
THE WEEKLY SUN, .
A. largo-Eight Page Sheet of Fifty
six broad Columns, "will be sent,
PostPaid, to any address, till Jan.
FOR HALF A. DOLLAE.
Aadros. TIIE SUN. New York City.
t lined fituation in a Louisville livery
stable. Of late years, however, he has
found employment as traveling companion
to unprotected females; but came to Cairo
about a week ago, lecause ho had
been told that the people here were in
want of material out of which to manu
Until yesterday we overlooked the
comments of the Carbondale Free Press
upon our suggestion that the defeat of Craw
ford had furnished the Democratic party
the man who, in 180, would beat Thomas
in the race for congress. 'The views cf
The Ik i.i.KTix," say the Free Press' "are to
a certain extent correct, but in the main
will not do to depeud ujHiti. Judge Craw
ford, though defeated, is a popular gentle
man, and if nominated against John It.
Thomas, would defeat him by a majority
of 3,000. Judge Crawford is the
probable Democratic candidate. To this
extent The Bru.ETis is correct. Its fail
ure is in its estimate of the common sense
of the Republican party. John R. Thomas
will not be the candidate in 1880. The
Republicans will not, dare not, nominate
him. To do so would be to commit sui
cide, wilfully and dliberately. Xo, we
cau say to The I'.im.etik, that Thomas
will not be beaten by Judge Crawford or
any other Democrat. The Republicans
will settle Mr. Thomas' aspirations. Their
minds are already made up." And so John
R's work of "throwing Democrats ever the
battleni"nts down to hell, the abode of trai
tors nnd the damned," is to be limited to
two years. This assurance will give great
relief to Democratic Representatives. Rut
seriously, Thomas is not a creditable Re
presentative, either of the 18th district or
the Republican party of the district.
THK LAST WORD.
lirt. t'nlro llullctlti:
I had resolved to drop the discussion of
the licentious practices of colored girls,
and the serious consequences thereof; but
certainly not for the reasons urged by your
correspondent '"Family." I had conclu
ded to write no more for the reason that
my efforts failed to call forth the response
the magnitude of the evil seemed to require.
The idea advanced by "Family" that the
persistent denunciation of crime is not to
render it attractive, is an argument,
which, if well grounded, would call for the
emptying of our pulpits, nnd the gagging
of ovary moral reformer who proclaims
against prevailing follies mid iniquities.
The great evil I have been discussing, will
never be checked, until public sentiment
holds it as odiousuntil t meets denun
ciation wherever its ugliness obtrudes itself.
And how. I beg to be informed, enn that
public sentiment be created, if the press,
the pulpit, and tiie family circle remain
quiet? No reform is e fleeted without dis
cussion ami agitation but excuse me. I
had no other purpose in writing you than
to say that, before "Family" appeared in
print, I hail written my last communica
tion. I felt that I had discharged my duty
in that regard, ami was no longer inclined
to light alone, an all-pervading crime in
the suppression of which I had no greater
interest than any other respectable resident
of Cairo. The evil smirches neither me
nor mine. Yours very Respectfully, j
FiiNCTtoNAf. disorganization of tho Liver
is a most powerful and common cause of
melancholy. Dr. Pull's Raltlmoro Pills
invaiiiblygivo tone to the Liver and pro
mote its healthful action. . . .
the money ever ottered to the
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For talc. Mnnle tvt of haracn nt ncar'.y i vr
tUlc bir opiti biiKsy. Aj'l'ly at th IJnll. tin eVrc.
Tuesday, June 2dth. lTl.
On do clcact ncurlon utiancr p
I'niU-r the atiilclv of
CAIRO LODGE A. F. A: A. M.
Uifnlimc:ils funiifiied on honril al vi-ry ni-..n-alle
A due hnim and ftrlr.ali.mil will be luatti r.rt.ir.c
ami a i:h1 tlim- may le t-xpcrtril.
The frit-mi of tUf order iiud tliuir familU-. cor.!1 -allv
ticket can or.ly be bud of the unilerniirned com
mittee, to iiifiire freedom from annoyance of
Jiroper character and prevent crvwdiu'ltof the host.
J -Ticket fur round trip. Adult,, ttK.; Chil
dren, from 5 to li ear of ate.
Ticket may be j)urchaed of John Atltrln.. II. r
mun Myer. .1 S. kearden. J. II Mulcahy und I! K.
Uliike, Committee of arruu-.-ement.
5 CENT COUNTERS! !
TOTHE TliADK: Tiie Ili:iet and tiuwt tvtco
fal merchant of the day are t:irtue,' 5 Cent cen
ter. A trial will coinince. We bae the oulv two
exeliiy( .' cent .leMiini.' House In the I', h
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HUT J. Kit HItOTIIKIJS.
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SluKlc. nul;e bm.d.
1 JjOI 1 .tivetock hnuirht and
old on a maru'ln of one dollar per lmre: a!o
Wheut on innrijiu of one percent per btii-ael. Cum.
Oat. 1'ork and Lard to Hint. The old reliable y.o
neer exchange endorsed by pre and public, lie
fer to thousand of ucce-rul pstron. I'umplib-t
hoini! how to trade, valuable information, etc.,
m-lit free. The ( hlcie.'o I'libllc 1'rodiice Exi bullae.
IX) to 1 11 Madison St., Chicago.
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CAIII'ENTEU AXD CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. TOOK,
CARPUNTErt AND CONTRACTOR,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Wahlniton and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses by fire
, or otherwise made on nhort notice.
ALL work lntnitot to him will rocolvo prompt
V attention, and will bo executed lu t lat.Mactory
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner WnMilncton Avenue" and Eight Street and
toitii r hluventu uml WmIiIiIkuhi Avu.
A full and comulotH anrply of tho beat of all
kludD taunt ilwty on baud.