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PROFKiWIONAL (iUDS PHYSICIAN.
J II. DRYANT, M. I). . . .
OFFICE: Eijslitli mid Vtu!iliiftun Avcnuu.
HESlDENCE:-Oirmr Nineteenth and Wash
ington. II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Iloiuooiiathie Physician anil Surgeon.
OrTIr W Commercial av.mno. Kesldcnce i corner
Fourteenth SI. ami Washington avenue, Cairo.
K. SMITH, M." D.
OlBre unci Residence :
NO. 21 TIlinTKENTU 8TUEKT, CAIIiO. ILL,
QU. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrricK-No. Mi! Comrmjclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKICS-Elehth Street, pear Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorphana' Ma
Inn! Aid Hortety.
J INEOAU & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Aventio.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.q.
TIUnUAlUllVK. TRAINS PTIPART
Mall a.m. Mall 3:10u.m.
Express 3:00 p.m. Express 6:ti0p.ra.
CAIRO & VINCENNE3 R. R.
Mall 10:00p.m. Mall., ,.4:43 'a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Express 5:10 p.m. I Express S:4! a. m
Accoin'datlon.in: p.m. I Aecom'datlon.ia:vp. m
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall.... 5:50p.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A. &T. RAILROAD'
Texas, express... 8 :40 a.m. I Texas expresi.9:15p.m.
Acommodut'n..H::Wa.tu. I ,
GENERAL DELIVERY open i-.au a.m.; closes
0:30p.m.; Kutiday: 8 ton a. m.
Monuy Order Department open at 8 a.m.; close
ti 5 n. m.
Through Express Malls via Illinois Central and
MtssiHnli.pl C'eutral Knllronds close at ltf-.M p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Willi ThroupU and Way Mall
closes at li:3o p. m. , ...
War .Mull via Illinois Central. Cairo and In
rvnnes and Mississippi Central Railroads close at
h.-m ii. m.
Why fjr Narrow Oanco Railroad closes at S
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Route closes at h::)0
p. m, daliy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Mornins Daily in Southern Illinois.
KLEE! KLEEi ICE! "ICE!
Ico at wholcsalo and retail all through
the season. Wagons run regularly to all
rmrts of the city. Office and Ice Box
next to Bristol's grocery on Eight street.
' The best Lake Ice always on hand.
" Prices for everything arc down, and to
lie up Mitli the times, the undersigned lias
ostaljished the following prices at his shop
on and after this date:
Hair Clttino 2-c.
By placing his prices at a figure propor
tionate to the decline in other fields of
labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that his
work will lie done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, between Fourth nnd
The Finest Shop in tlio West is the
new ImrhiT shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
onrtosito Tanl Sliuhs' drutr store. It must
1h! seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and polite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use the brush nnd Mick your boots for
3 cents, no need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work as follows:
Shaving, 10 cents; haircut, 25 cents; chain
pooing, 2." cents; other work in proportion.
A Regular Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. in., and 1 and 0 p. m.,
for tho Court House, running up Levee t3
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue: Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
down Washington avenue to Eighth ; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and down tho Levee
to St Charles Hotel. Fare each way, or
part of the way, 5 cents. ,
Notice On and after July 1st. the prices
at my shop will be reduced to the following
figures: Shaving, 10 cent?; hair cutting,
25 cents; shampooing, ,23 cent.
Hair and whisker dying in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for their
pant favors, I ask a continuanco of the
me, assuring them as well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
done in first class style and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. Strisuockk
2T0TICK TO ALL PARTIES CONCERNED
108 awesaors ucoks tor inn year iot'J are
filed In mjr offlco. The County Board will
meet next Monday, July the 14th, to har
all complaints touching tho samo. All In
tarwted will govern themselves acorJ
iajly. V ,;. Sam'l J. Hcmm,
July 11, 1870. County Clark.
OUR LOCAL VARIETY.
Alderman O'Callahan was reported on
the sick list, yesterday.
Jimmy Stockton, a skeleton of his
former self, was in Cairo yesterday.
Steamboats from below were not al
lowed to land at our wharf yesterday.
Judge Baker and family, lctt the city
yesterday evening, for a stay of a few weeks
at Mt. Vernon.
Andy Cain, the new City Jailor, had
his gang at work on Twenty-seventh and
Twenty-eighth streets, yesterday.
County Court with Judge Yocum pre
siding, will meet for the transaction of law
and criminal luisiaess to-morrow
Tenth street, from Washington to Cedar,
is becoming eminent because of the wretch
ed sidewalks that skirt it on either side.
Tho funeral train that went out on tho
Illinois Central, yesterday, conveyed to
Villa Ridge the remains of a child of Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Ghilchrist.
The meeting of the Ladies C. T. U.
yesterday, afternoon, was but slimly attend
ed. After singing a few hymns, and going
through other routine exercises, the Uulon
Mr. Munn, formerly superintendent of
tho machinery department of the Cairo
Box and Basket factory, was in Cairo, yes
terday, circulating among 'his friends and
The Fourth street sewer, between the
Levee and Commercial avenue, was failed
with a black slushy liquid, yesterday, that
smclled infernally. It may have been a
mere "gush," however.
The Board of County Commissioners
will convene, in regular session, to-morrow
Ing. The chief business of the term
will consist in the hearing of objections to
the Assessor's returns.
An infant's lace cap, picked up in the
park, is in the hands of the editor of The
Bulletin, and as it may go out of style
before he will have any use for it, he teels
iacliued to surrender it to the owner.
The ice cream supper in the Reform
hall, was continued, last night, and the
crowd present was quite an improvement
upon that of the previous evening. D
mandforthe iced luxury was lively; but
supply equal to it.
A number of citizens, willing to per
form their part in the work of cleansing nnd
purifying the city, were engaged yesterday,
in scattering disinfectants about tlieir
homes furnishing an example worthy of
Some folks wonder how it is that
blackberries pickers, bringing in only two
or three gallons of blackberries, can atford
to steamboat passage from Mound Citv and
1 return. The explanation is that the round
trip costs only ten cents.
A negro woman who came into tho city
with a bucket of berries, topped over, in
the vicinity of the New York store, nhnut
11 o'clock n. m., yesterday, from the effects
of the heat. She was properly cared for by
the residents of the neighborhood.
The Cairo Jockey club will hold a
meeting at 3 o'clock this afternoon. One of
the purposes is to discuss the feasibility of a
horse fair in Cairo, some time in October,
or sooner. One of the members of the club
informed us that the project had received
considerable encouragement already.
The Springfield Argus, puts the name
of Hon. Thomas W. Ilalliday, of this city,
first on the list of probable Democratic can-
lidates tor the office of Secretary of Slate.
The nomination of llalhday would hetrav a
sound discretion of which political parties
nre conspicuously innocent, i:i these latter
The yellow fever topic was not even
spoken of, in our presence, as often ns a
half dozen times, yesterday. The little
breeze occasioned by tho first telegrams
from Memphis, seems to have subsided. This
fact should not work a relaxation of effort
on the part of our authorities. No risks
must be taken.
A woman, whose mind is evidently
deranged, created quite a racket in the vi
cinity of Twelfth and Commercial yester
day. Chief La Hue and officer Schuckcrs
took her in charge, and conveyed her for
safe keeping, to tho county jail. The con
dition of her mind will probably be in
quired into before County Court, to-mor
Parties who may wish to effort pur
chases of household-furnishing goods fur
niture, table, ware, etc., are promised, in
the sale advertised by Tom Winter, to-day,
a rare opportunity to obtain rare and extra
ordinary bargains. Everything is ns good
as new, and is of the best quality. Such
another chanco may not be offered during
-A strange St. Louis darkey named
Louis Grammar, has been in tho city a
couple of weeks long enough to Bhow
himso'.f a remarkable failure as a searcher
for employment. Yesterday, without ar
ranging the details ho commenced making
himself useful to Valentine Resch. no
sorted eggs awhile, when Resch distrusting
his honesty, ordered him to get out. Louis
demanded pay for services rendered. Resch
became more emphatic in his demand that
he got out, and seizing the fragment of an
egg box, in a manner that gave Louis vis
Ions of fractured scalps, tho desired "get
ting out" Immediately followed. About
ten minutes afterwards Louis might have
, won seen in Squiro Robinson's office, "get
CAIRO , BULLET1JN:
. ..irr.int for Rosch's arrest. At
the trial that ensued, shortly afterwards, it
was niado to i-ppeur that Resch had not
hired the negro, and that neither the lan
guage nor demonstrations were violent or
abusive, whereupon Resch was acquitted.
Two colored individuals named Scott
and John Welch, visited a down town es
tablishment, Friday night, and an Inmate
of the house named Amanda Brown, is of
tho opinion that they stole and carried
away sundry articles of wearing apparel
the property of her, tho said Amanda: At
all events she filed an affidavit to that ef
fect before Squiro Robinson, yesterday,
whereupon (j warrant was issued for Scott
and Welch's arrest.
The contest of the outs against the ins
for tho poscsiion of the Mayor's and Clerk's
offices, will become active again, to-mor
row morning, in the County Court, before
Judge Yocum.. Mulkey, Jr., and Leek ap
pear for Nott, who hankers after tho
Clerk's office, Linegar appearing for Foley,
the incumbent. Mulkey and Leek also
appear for Mayor Thistlcwood, Mr. Winter,
who wants to bo "Hon. it" a while longer,
will be represented by Linear and Geo.
Further miscellaneous horse racing in
the park haviug been forbidden, the race
yesterday afternoon was run on the Island
course. Only ono race was run. Hill hi
liott entered his Jim Butler and Jim
Kecne his horso Bob Thorpe. The
distance was a quarter of a mile. Butler
won the race by about three lengths, which
result seemed to have been anticipated by
parties who know the capacities of both
animals. In the language of Murdock
"Butler is greased lightning for 000 yards."
See advertisement of the New Poisoned
Fly Plate. It is just the thing. All ready
for use. Plate and Poison all complete for
ten cents. Sure death to all (lies in city or
country wether they depend upon nir earth
or water for a livelihood, and for the quick
and certain distruction of the table tiy or
the early worms, bedroom fly it is effectual.
In a word this New Fly Plate is to suffer
ing humanity the surest guarantee for
peaceful slumbers, happy waking and fly
less tables. Barclay Brothers are agents.
Henry Johnson, a pale, cadaverous in
valid, came from Ullin to Cairo about five
days ago, and has been feeding upon
charity ever since. He had just recovered
from a severe attack of pneumonia, when
he arrived in Cairo, and is now afflicted
with a frightful nbcess in his side. He is,
indeed, a helpless, and rather pitiable ob
ject, lie wants help, of course, as do a
thousand others every month, almost; and
it may be that a response to his call for
help will prove the cheaper plan of dispos
ing of him. Ho has a brother in Bridge
The first number of the State Argus,
a new Republican paper, published at
Springfield, by Mr. D. W. Lusk. has been
issued. Typographically it is very hand
some, and its matter is interesting. The
editorials, moderately stalwart in tone, are
well written. They nre far superior to the
average Republican editorial out-givings.
The Argus is a sixteen-page paper and will
be published weekly. Aside from its poli
tics it deserves success. Mr. Lusk, its ed
itor, is a gentleman of much newspaper
ability and of indomitable energy.' He de
serves the patronage of his party, and Tuf.
Bulletin hope he may make a fortune
out of the Argus enterprise.
Under tlu presentdistributioa of the po
lice force, John Tyler and Warren Wims will
patrol the upper part of the city, and John
P. Hogau and Henry Duncker the lower
portion of the city. These parties are all
new nt the bus In ass; but inspired by a ilia
position to do their duty, ami reasonably
blessed with practical common sense, there
is no good reason why they may not soon
bo transformed into serviceable and effic
ient officers. Marshal Lalluc, tho Chief,
has had much experience as a police officer
and detective, having filled tho office of
Sheriff iu Kuox county, Indiana, iu which
Viuceuues is located, and having also served
several years cu the police force of Cairo,
The whole force will have the advantage of
his drill and constant supervision, which
will prove n very fair substitute for exper
ience. Schuckers lias been assigned to
While considerable attention lias been
given to tho removal of garbage and other
obnoxious accumulations, from the city,
and to the general improvement of our
sanitary condition, not a single pound or
quart of disinfectants has been used, in so
far as we aro advised, in uny part of tho
city. It cannot bo said that there has been
no occasion to use disinfectants, for when
wo reach that condition, the mission of tho
Health Officer will ho at end. There is
great present need of disinfectants. A ton
of copperas, fifty barrels of limo and as
many barrels of coal tar, could
have been used to great advantage; and
tho existing demand for their use
is pressing if not imperative. Many famil
ies are too poor to purchase supplies, and It
is usually found that these families stand
most in need of them. Iu his disinfecting
rounds, therefore, tho Health Officer should
bestow upon such pcrsoim, or rather upon
their premises, the required attention. To
remove tho filth is to perform only half tbo
work. Tho sink holes, hog wallows, damp
and mouldy cellars and basements, foul
sewers, etc., should, without further delay,
bo liberally and thorough ly disinfoctod.
There are thousands of active agents for
the creation of disease, in the city, that can
oUJNDAY MOKJNINU, JULY
not bo carted off, Tho only means by which
their power fur evil can bo paralyzed will
bo found in a liberal use of copperus, lime
or coal tar. If wo can onco make our city
"smell to the heavens" of coal tar, wo may
safely invito to tho city, every refugee who
has left Memphis. To tho work, then, of
thorough disinfection not where it will
show; but where it is needed.
Wo saw a circular yesterday that was
sent out by Messrs. Austin and Flagg, 109
Adams Street, Chicago. Messrs. A. and
F. claim that they aro dealtrs in curious
relics, homo ami foreign coins, etc. For
old Spanish milled dollars of any date, they
offer $1.40; for half dollars of the coinago
of 1851 $1.73; for half dollars of the coin
ago of 1834 $1. 50, and for half dollars of
the coinage of 1850 $1.80. For one dollar
legal tender notes, Issued under the act of
1S02, they olftr to pay $1.30. The circular
embodies endorsements of tho responsibility
of the firm, by the Chicago Tribune and
Inter-Ocean, and refers to several well
known bankers. The circular is undoubt
edly a part of the 'machinery some villain
has devised to ropo in the unwary the
endorsements being nothing more than
brazen forgeries. The circulars are for cir
culation abroad, of course, a3 a single copy
found in the city, would expose the whole
swindle. It is entirely safe to assume that
no such firm as that named can bo found at
108 Adams Struct, or anywhere else in tho
city of Chicago.
No taxpaying season has ever passed
in Alexander county, without bringing to
the front from a half dozen to a half hun
dred taxpayers who avow themselves sig
nally oujraged in the value put upon their
property by the Assessor. Not a few of
them leave tho Collector's office iu high
dudgeon, declaring a purpose to resist the
payment of the tax; nnd in this humor they
remaiu until assured a score of times, that
they have no remedy, and must pay the ex
cessive tax, or permit a sale or forfeiture of
their property. Oiie man is taxed for a
horse that has been dead a year; another
is taxed for a piano that he sold six months
before, and so on. But a little inquiry will
develop the fact that the complaining par
ties paid no attention to the Assessor's re
peated calls for returns over their own sig
natures, and that, waiting until the last
monient.that officer was compelled to make
up the returns himself from the best in
formation at hand, which is, usually, the
former year's nssessment. Inquiry wid
further disclose that the complaining par
ties had paid no attention whatever to the
C'ounty.C'lerk's notice, of a kind with that
which appears to-day in another column,
aud that, therefore, they permitted the
chance for a revision of their assctsnunts to
go by unimproved. Thus it will appear
that, although tho payment of taxes on an
excessive valuation may seem a great hard
ship, yet the fact is undeniable that the
"outraged" parties have nobody to blame
but themselves. It may be put down
as axiomatic, that the man who doesn't
look after his own interests will be veiy
apt to discover that his interests have been
neglected. Ami now for the special read
ing of the taxpayers of whom we are
speaking, we now write it down that, to
morrow morning the Board of County
Commissioners will meet in the court house,
iu tliis city, as a "Board of Equalization.''
The B;iard will probably remain in session
several days, the chief purpose being to
hear the objections of those property owners
who may feel themselves aggrieved by the
assessment of 1879. If any property own
er doesn't know the figures at which he is
assessed, it might pay him to find out. The
Assessor's Book will be in the hands of the
Board, and subject to the inspection of
everybody. Parties who neglect this op
portunity to "speak out," might as well
'hold their peace" in the future, for all the
rant and exhibitions of ill-nature in which
they can indulge will certainly avail them
A DELICIOUS DRINK.
Those large pine upplo lemonades to bo
found at "Ticket Office Saloon" two doors
above the Planters' House. Trice ten cents.
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 23 cents, or anything elso in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
WIRE SCREENS, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
strcct3; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
Btcftng done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens,to be made up in the latest
nnd best stylo. Prices very low.
Icb, Ice Wholesale and Retail in
largo or small quantities. Wagous will
run daily to all parts of tho city, delivering
pure Lake Ico In such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Lenvo orders at my
resldcnco on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeuuts, on Eighth street, or address
Die through tho post-office.
F. M. Ward.
The bummkh drouoth is tho dread of all
good butter-mnkers unless they hnvo
found out that by using Wells, Riclmrdson
&Co'a Perfect Butter Color, the golden
color of June can bo kept up. . It Is roc
omniended by dairy experts everywhere, as
tbo best color known.
The Cairo & Yiueenncs railroad passen
ger train' leaving Cairo at 5 a. m., (after
sunrise) makes same connections for Indian
npolis, Cincinnati, Louisville nnd other
Eastern points as trains of other roads
leaving before daylight, or before sunset of
night before. Going via Vinconnes (tlio
only direct line) you avoid what cannot be
avoided by other lines; you avoid either
being hauled 100 miles out of your way or
lying two to tweve hours at t little country
depot, waiting for connecting train. At
Vincennes connecting trains arc standing at
Uniou Depot on our arrival, giving passen
gers just time for dinner.
Parlor car seats from Vincennes and
sleeping car berths from Indianapolis or
Cincinnati reserved on application.
For rates or tickets apply to
L. B. Church, Passenger Agent.
TUESDAY MORNING, 9 O'CLOCK, JULV 15TII,
187'J K1GTHTH STREET BETWEEN WAL
NUT AND CEDAR STREETS.
OPPOSITE LOHHS SODA FACTOR V LATE THE
PROPERTY OK MRS. TIIOS. WINTER
Consisting of 1 fine set oilea licit room
furniture, nnrlor. bed room and dining
room, carpets, bottom, top ami wool mat
tresses, feather pillows, sheets, spreads,
blankets, comforts, pillow slips, spnngs;
1 patent bed lounge, Parlor and rocking
chairs, 1 book case and books, 1 extension
table, table cloths, napkins, etc., 1 cook
and heating stove, window curtains, pic
tures ornaments, 1 ice chest, dining and
kitchen chairs, mocking bird, flowers, il
ver knives nnd foiks, castor and pickle cas
tor, kitchen furniture, etc., etc.
Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
The Very Latest From Conrad Alba's
barber shop next door to Korsineyer's
cigar store on Cth street, near the Levee
Prices reduced to suit the times.
His shop is cool, clean and elegantly
furnished; his razors keen; his workmen
courteous, polite and skilled. I lis toilet
articles of the finest and work done always
Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
BUY THE BEST.
HOOD'S FRENCH COLOGNE
Hood's French. Cologne
IS TIIK POri'LAK
lst.-'-It is ii compound of Rich nnd Rare (Mors.
2nd. For Fragrance, Strength and Durability it is
celled if equaled.
.3rd. Its Richness and Exquisite Delicacy of rerl'ume is
ith. It is put up in Elegant and Attractive Style.
5th. It is sold at popular prices. Warranted of uniform
strength and quality.
SAMPLE SIZE 0c
TRIAL SIZE !......... l-,c.
EX. LARGE SIZE... v
f DON'T PAIL TO THY IT.
For Sale, Wholesale and Retail, hy
HOLMAFS FEVER PADS.
We are authorized Special
Hingstons Poison Fly Plate
AT BARCLAY BROTHERS, ,
Will kill more flies in less time than any other poison ever
ottered to the public.
BL'UOY AND HARNESS.
For sale, slnirlo set of harness and nearly new
side bar open hunzy. Apply at the Bulletin omr,
AS WE SOON INTEND TO MAKE OUR
purchases of winter good, we are de
termined m a mean of closing out our
present fctock of seasonable goods, to
otter them at actual first cost, and will.
on Monday next anil until further
th e, have market down In price our en
tire stock of Clothiner and Gent's Fin n-
This is boua-tlile, and to convince
yourselves, we desire your personal in
spection. Our stock is fresh, seasonable, stylish
and of the best makes In the market.
and we would advise an early call he
fore the stock Is broken, to avail your
selves of the extraordinary offer.
G0LDSTINE & ROSEN WATER,
133 & U0 Commercial Ave.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton and Mirtua
M. Thorutou, hy their certain Trust Died Catrd
May Urn Stall, A. D. WIT aud recorded in the Id-cord-ersotllce
In Alexander County. In Hook "V." I'ui
4S1, j( aud 3 did convey to the underpinned as Trutrt;
the premises uereiiianer described to secure the
payment of seven promisor? noleg for the s on "f
one thousand (1mi) dollars men and otynlLe n
spectlvely in four (4) live (5) six (i))seveu (7)i l'lt
(S) nine i'.i) and ten (10) years from date, with fut. r
et lit tho rate of ten per cent per annum. p:.vihle
semi-annually from date nnd whereas live (Vol aid
notes are now due and unpaid with n teret on
same from the ffith of May A.'D. 1) to this dale
Ami whereas the leiral holder of said notes lias
called uiion the undi rslened to sell the premises
hereinafter described to satisfy said notes at.d inter
Now therefore In "iirsuancc of the tertr.s of
said Deed of Trust tho nnderii;ned will,
ON WEDNESDAY THE plTH DAY OF Al'iil'ST,
A. I). ls;o.
between the hours of ten (lo) o'clock A.M .ar.d'i
o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises herein
after described In the city ol Cain. I!i . nr"eeed
to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following deserlbed Real Estate, te wit :
Lots number nine iHlteu (HI) eleven (11) twelve ipj)
nnil thirteen (1!) Iu hkxlc number sixteen (m iu
the first addition to the city of Cairo, llllt.ols. as
platted by thu Trustees of Cairo . 1 v Property,
situated In the County of Alexander, flilcon. aid
all the riehts aud i-qultr of redemption of tho mat
William W. Thornton and Martha M. Thornton his
Wife, their llelr. eTeruturs. administrator, and us
elifus therein, to satisfy said trust and ail fo-! and
expenses of executing the same
EDWARD A. WILSON. Trustee.
Springfield. M., July nth. lsin.
gl'i'etc.. realise r.iud
Ji JjO 1 lO.ttve -torts boi
livestocks boucht and
sold on a niar.'ln of otic dollar er share; aiso
Wheat on margin of one ixrcent per bushel. Corn,
Oals, Pork and Lard to suit. The aid reliable pl
neer exchange endorsed by press and public, lie
fer to thousMids of siicresstiil pntrot.s. pt.mphvt
showing how to trade, valuable iulorma'lon. etc,
s'M free. The fhlei.-rt Public Produce Exchange,
l lMoltl Madison St.. ( h!ra;-o.
PKRFL'ME OF THE DAY
Agents for the proprietors.