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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1S30.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
SMALL Al'VKKl ISKMKM'S.
A LL AUVEIITIKMKNTS iu tliln column, ol
AwliDMWh or L-m will In' iMil)llUe.l foritt
tsu onlDTtion;:iunri'. W rni: 1 wj"k W);
monb. l.M; !) lnoiiihiwltlio'itrliitniw-. $1.00 per
tonus. Krti iuliilllui.lllniMmiri. bttnutloni
kii I'd frae.
Cairo Temperance Reform
Saturday May 2d. 1880.
Y Fine String Hand
AND THE NOTED
Will ccom&ny t"i' excursion.
Train will h',e Cairn awl Vmi -oiimm depot at
o'clock a m . atoppluu at Toutli. Kourtei'ttju.
Twentieth and Tliir'y Herond ureei.
Fare for Hound Trip. Fifty Cents.
Children umler Eight yenr PliEE. No half lar
Strawberrv I Ice ('ream
. THE LADIES OK
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH
WILL HOLD A
REFORM CLUB HALL
Cummeticlii(; ut t; O'clock
Wednesday Evening. May It)
Supper 2"c. Admission Kc.
ENTERED AT THE I'OST OK KICK IX CAIRO. IL
LINOIS. AS SKCONIJ-CLASS MATTKIl.
OFFICIAL FAFEI. OF ALEXANDER C'OVNTY.
Krwut II. 'l'liif lfk.'. City Kditor,
Only Moniiiijr Daily in Southern Illinois.
Cairo. III.. May 14. issai,
"I'imtf. Har. Thi-r. Hum Wind. Vtl Weather.
l a m :Wl:l H
7 i.U M
10 " :t).ls
S l m.. :;.!) '4
i ( li ar
Maximum Tetuperaturo. M3; Minimum Tem
perature. ii.5 : Rainfall umi Inch.
R vvr J; 'feel 7 inch-". Fall I feet i im lie
W. II. RAY,
Sertf't Signal Core.. l S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noll'"!1 in ihi column, live rem per line, each
Counter, shclvings anil Mmw cases. New.
Inquire ut P. II. Scum.
Los'T A bunch of keys, on Walnut
street, la.it Sunday. A suitable reward will
be pniil on their return to this ofTirc,
Look out for Bi ck S.U'SAuhs,
every Saturday, at Frank Klein's butcher
shop, Washington avenue, between Seventh
and Eighth streets.
HINGE WINDOW LOC KS.
Harvey's patent. The ncate.-t, cheapest
Klld completest window fasteners out. Costs
but y'lCts. per window. fastens cither sash
wherever it is desired. Any person can put
tliemoii. Sold o-iiy liy LvxcacTEH vV llu !:.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The linn of n'Loughlin & Dennis has
been dissolved. T. J . O'Lnughlin will con
tinue the business at the old stand. All ac
counts due the linn must lie paid to him,
and he will pay all i t outstanding uecoiints.
T. .1. O'L'ii i.iii.in.
Auction' closing sale. I have a lot ol
crockery, china ware, glassware, two ward
robes, one tine yold watch; also a large as
sortment ul kitchen furnituic, tallies, etc.,
which will be sold ut half price.
A. W. Pvvrr, corner Eighth and Coin.
E l. Lemons and A. L. Uos, have ma.de
arrangements and are prepared to furnish
t first-cluss string Iihm 1 of a, many pieces
as desired, for plenh . etc; can also fur-
nisu a urass oauo m any purpose
furnish both together if ile.u'ed.
munieatinns can be i It Cssct
Theatre C.imiqii". (. aiio, III.
K E CREAM.
Th" undiTHL'ned will, on and after
May l"t, Ih- prepvd to hirnish our citi
zens ii (lot ri' ipi ilily of ice cream,
equal in every w ly to that furnished in
Chicago, mile fir-h dally, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced nrtist and cannot
Jail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at Ice house, corner Eighth and Levee.
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
wished at $1.2.1 per gallon lu quantities from
jue gallon upwards. Roiieri IH.wltt,
COAL OIL STOVES.
A full stock of Westlukc non-explosive
wire gauge coal oil ntoves, the cheapest,
completest nud quickest cooking stove in
thu world. Also wire cloth for screens and
a full assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc., at A. Hallf.y's.
Commercial ave., opposite Seveuth st.
THE TIME AND PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is C. W.
Henderson's, corner Twelfth and Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all sizes ami prices, just re
ceived; also a full assortment of water
coolers, fishing tackle, wire clotli for window
screens and a full stock of the celebrated
"White Mountain" ice-cream freezers.
Prices, "rock bottom."
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Cairo, May 12th, 1S80.
On and after to-day the Illinois Central
fruit express train will leave Cairo daily,
except Saturdays, at 10:13 a. m., arriving
in Chicago at 5 :15, next morning.
Freight lor shipment on this train will
be received nt Stone Depot till 10:00 a. ni.
II. C. DePl e, Agent.
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that bis pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
ELECTRO VAPOR RATI IS.
The Electro Vapor Baths, are gaining
great favor anil are extensively patronized.
They are unequalled, both as a remedy and
preventive for disease. They brace up the
nervous system, giving new life and energy
to eveiy organ. These baths are adminis
tered daily from eight o'clock a. m. to five
p. m. by Dr. Marean, at his office. No. 40
Commercial avenue, over Black's shoe store.
A lady attendant will wait on lady patr mis.
To my old customers and as many nsrw
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best quality ami at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders tilled either
from wagou or at the ice box.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS.
Farmers and all others in making invest
ments or purchases are always glad to know
where ami how they can do the best. If a
line buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best niateriul.or
good saddle for either man or woman, nr in
fact saddlery or harness of any de-rription,
the largest, newest and nust complete stock
will always be found at Wm. Lrnwui &
Co.'s 131 Commercial avenue; alo a full
stock id curry coml. brushes, bridles, hal
ti rs, harness oils. whip. collars, hames,
straps, lilies, .buggy cushions.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
(iltr.AT I.NTRAI. ROLTE.
Excursion tickt ts are now on sale to the
prominent summer resorts iu Michigan,
Wisconsin, Minnesota and the northwest,
also Denver, Colorado, Toronto and Niagara
Falls. These tickets will be on sale from
May 1-t to September ;;wh, and good tore
turn to Cairo until October r.lst. lso. For
routes, rates and reliable information, call
or uddrcss ticket agent. Illinois Ccntial R.
R.. Cairo. Ills. W. P. .Ioiis-on,
James Johnson, (len'l Pass, Ag't.
(ien'l An't, Cairo. Chicago.
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather
and Phil. II.
Sanp has prepared fur it. lie hits estab
lished hiinsi'lt in his new quartets next to
the corner of Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
bct of ice cream and anything in the con
fectionery line, in any quantity, on short
notice. His rooms lor the accommodation
of parties wishing to refresh themselves
with a plate of his delicious cream, are ele
gant and complete in all their appoint
ments. He deserves, and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for the pains In- has taki u in furnishing
them with such an excellent establishment,
(live him a call.
FREIGHT Wl'H E.
ILLINOIS fl-.NTII U. KMI.IloMi eoMl vNV.
Cairo. UN., April 17th. 1 v0.
I'ntil lurther lint ice, rates (.f freiuht over
the "Cairo Shoit Line" from it. bonis to
Cairo, will be twenty cents jur hundred
pounds, and from Earn St. Louis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred1 pounds on all
classes except grain and grain products,
which will be fifteen and one-half
cents per hundred from St. Louis,
and eleven and one-half cents per hundred
from East St. Louis to Cairo; and hay, bag
ging and ties, and hog and cittle products,
which will be seventeen and one-half cent'
per hundred pounds fromJSt. Louis and thir
teen and one-half cents per hundred pounds
from East. Louis to Cairo. Rates from Cairo
to St, Imis aud East St. Louis, same as
above. Ja's. Jon nhon,
II. C. I Ik Pit., ( len'l Southern Ag't.
Agent 1, C. R. It. Cu.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in thrp column, Ion cents per lino,
Many Cairottes, who are able to make
summer tours, are reading railway pamph
let, just now, as to pleasant locations.
The Comique band has under consi
deration the project of giving a picnic at
Cunningham's grove a week from to-morrow.
This being the presidential year, put
ting colored men on juries, is breaking out
as an epidemic among the radicals of Mas
The comique hall is now supplied with
sixteen fans eight on each side which
arc kept in constant motion during the per
formance iu the hall.
Our sheriff. Jack Hodges, left for Mt.
Vernon on yesterday, and will bo absent
tor several days. During his absence Cor
oner Fitzgerald will discharge the business
of the office.
Miss Foss, one of the teachers in the
primary school, will, by way of furnishing
a few hours of pleasant and harmless recre
ation to her little scholars, take them to St.
Mary's park to-day.
The ladies of St. Patrick's Catholic
church, will give a strawberry festival at
Temperance hall ou tho 19th inst. The
reputation ot the ladies will insure a large
attendance and lots of fun.
We have been informed by the young
ladies, who have lately been in the employ
of the St. Charles hotel, that they were iu
no manner concerned in the giving of the
ball with which tlie Argus connects them.
The Blandville Press is our authority
for saying that the "Three States." or her
owners, have purchased a hack, which it is
intended shall make regular trips from
Blandville to Cairo by the way of Wick
liffe. Uur amusament loving people ate
highly elated over the contemplated treat,
which they will be permitted to enjoy at
the Reform ball on Tuesday evening next
the occasion of Mis Mary Dixon's read
ings. The Odd Fellows' picnic excursion to
Grand Chain yesterday was well attended
aud furnished pleasure to all. The train
left here in the morning and the Picnickers
did not return until afternoon, all well
pleased with the trip of course.
Another match game of base ball will
shortly be played. This time between the
White Shirts and the Comique nine.
The latter was but yesterday organized
and, as its name indicates, is composed of
the Comique band.
As will be seen by a notice in another
column the Comique baud is offering its
services to the public for any occasion. The
band is an excellent one, and can furnish
string or brass music of a high order to our
citizens at reasonable figures.
John Clancy is having his building
decorated with large red letters which pro
claim to the world, in trumpet tones, that
he has for salet he finest, oldest, and al
together the best imported brandy in the
city, besides many other good things.
We failed to mention yesterday that
Mr. Jake Smoker hail fallen from a scaffold
and. in the fall, had sprained his ankle and
Considerably bruised his face. The acci
dent happened at the corner of Eighteenth
and Poplar streets, aud was caused by the
scaffold giving away beneath him.
Two colored girls, named respectively
eJnnie Collins and Fannie Bell, were each
lined rive dollars and costs yesterday by
Justice Olmsted and Michael Moran was
lined one dollar and costs for drunkenness
by the srnc gentleman. This was the ex
tent ot the police business yesterday.
At about twelve o'clock hist night the
lire bells ol our various companies, set up
Hiiite a lively ( latter, owing to the fact that
a tire was visible in the direction of the
Mississippi levee. But upon Hearing the
levee it waO.uind to be across the river, at
Greenfield's landing. We could not ascer
tain whose building it was.
In speaking of the' large vote which
was polled in Mallard county and winch
was the cause of the capital being removed
from lllandville to WicklilVe. the Blandville
Press makes the following intimation:
"That was a heavy vote polled at Fort Jeff
erson. Voters came over by the car-load
from Cairo, we understand."
The danger and trouble resulting from
stepping upon a banana peeling are
grasped bv the poet in the followill''
"A gentleman sp'atii; t'i it licr.
Aid picked up her hill iiml her w rUicr;
'Hid you fall, tnu'iinr" he cried.
"Do you think." lie replied.
1 at down for the fun of it. ml. tor''"
-"Kicker No. :i" whose communication
appears in another column, is a colored
man ol some prominence who gives evi
dence of possessing a goodly stock of com
mon sense. lb- is a close observer
whose eyes hive been opened
to the fact that his colored friends are serv
ing as fool stools to Repub'.iean rascals, in
order to enable them the better to reach
into the political tit -Ii pots.
-The other day. while Mr. Paul Allen
was engaged in painting the house of Mr.
Savage, on the corner of Twentieth and
Walnut streets, he fell from the ladder
upon which he was standing while engag
ed at bis work. One arm and the side
upon which be fell were considerably
bruised, but he ib net danguuLsly bun.
Mr. Chas. Feuchter Is experimenting
with a team and sprinkler to see if ho can
undertake the job of keeping tho dust down
on a portion of Washington avenue, and re
alize a fair compensation for the use of his
team md driver from the voluntary sub
scriptions of the residents on either side of
The latest news item in our possession
is one from Sol Furubaker to the effect
that a gentleman in need of cash is in
search of a five hundred dollar bill.
Since men have been engaged in a similar
search from time immemorial we regard
this as an "ancient item" and are almost
tempted to exclaim with Solomon "there
is nothing new under the sun."
City Clerk Foley will call a special
meeting of the city council on the l'Jth
inst. The object of I lie meeting will be to
consider the bids which have been re
ceived for the construction and reconstruc
tion ot a number of sidewalks. It is high
ly probably that the mayor will postpone
the making of nominations for police offi
cers until that time.
Thieves visited the resilience of Mr. A.
Lohr night before last and possessing them
selves of some tools and other articlcs,made
their escape. The kitchen of Mr. Chas.
Phirl'erling was also visited, but Mrs. P. see
ing the thiefblew a police-whistle and scared
him off before he had an opportunity of
gobbling anything. The offu vr- are on the
track of the outlaws.
As we predicted some days ago. Mr.
James R. Smith brought home with him a
partner for life. He returned yesterday morn
ing after an absence of several weeks and w iil
resume; his duties with renewed vigor. The.
HCLLKTiN" congratulates him on Ins "new
departure" and hopes it may be as full of
bliss as space is of matter and equally as
To Use a pardonable slang phrase,
Williamson county is again "on it," and
being so. seems likely to regain its former
bad reputation. Two tanners named Stocks
and Russell, who have been at enmity for
some time, a few days ago met on the pub
lic, road, and after a few angry words Rus
sell shot Stocks, killing him instantly. The
murdered man's friends threaten to re
taliate. The chairman of the committee of the
Cairo Reform club picnic, having made ar
rangements for brass nud string music, is
now in a quandry, as two other bands de
sire to go with delegations outside the city,
and he isatraid now that instead of a want
of music, there will be too much, so the
little folks can't hear the sweet music of
the birds and .eMails: they will ail go
Mr. Gus. Lumuiar. who. some time
ago figured somewhat belre the people as
sleight-ot-haud performer, electrical phsy
cologist and inventor of a machine to turn
the current of the Mississippi river, etc:, has
wisely concluded that single-blessedness is
not mau's true state and accordingly step
ped into life's double track a day or two
ago. We wish him all the happiness that
he has ever hoped for and may In- and his
better-half always consider this step the
best one they ever took.
Mary Jane Filmore and Valina Black,
both colored, had a misunderstanding, and
failing to settle it in words, resorted to
physical force. Tlcy both "raised Cain"
for awhile, and then Mary Jane raised an
axe ,ver Valina's head, threatening to
"chop her heart out." when Officer Wims
came upon them and the three made a
"forced march" to Squire Osborn's office
where the unruly combatants had their
tempers cooled and their pockets relieved
of five dollars and costs each.
Mr. Jack Hodges, our present sheriff",
has given almost universal satistiietion to
the people of this county. Although he has
not made himself conspicuous by the pe
riodical arrest of some criminal who had
succeeded for years in eluding the officers
of the law, he has done that which will in
time prove of infinitely more value to the
taxpayers. lie has collected more closely
than any of his predecessors.
However well other sheriff's may have done
in the past, few of them can boast of hav
ing performed the duties of the sheriff",
office more thoroughly or satisfactorily.
Not long ago publicity was given to
the rumor, by the Cairo newspaners, that
Mr. James R. Smith, of the firm of Smith
& Rio., hid left the city with thu intention
of taking unto himself a partner for life
and that he would bring the foitunate lady
with him upon his return to this city. But
a letter lately received from him states that
instead of bunging a lady he will bring a
shot nun for the benefit of the editor who
gave publicity to the rumor. This being
the use we have no hesitancy in saying
that we are quite sure that our friend
McKee was the lir-t man to publish ihe
We mentioned the fact nt the proper
time, that the committee with congressional
spectacles on its nose, which has been au
thorized to eiiiiuire into the "wants of the
alley," had pass ., by this, :ity on the How- ! persen dictate, who at hast, can answer
n rd while asleep. This nugiist body has j questions, when they are put to him. We
now reached New Orleans, and if, in reach- j do not propose lo kick out of the Republi
ing that cilv, it has reached an intelligent can into the Democratic party, but we in
conclusion iu regard to the improvements
necessary, it is more than we believe.
Wiiat the average member of congress
knows about the Mississippi is little
enough, but we hope that there is a pussi.
bllity.howcvcr faint, of their having learned
something even with their eyes closed mid
while iu an unconscious condition,
BURGER & BRO.
No. 10S Commercial Avenue,
Is iu Uailv Keceipt of tho Latest.
Novelties Straw Hat Line
"Which will bo 'sold
AT FIRST FIGURES FOR THE NEXT TEX DAYS.
The Styles are of the Latest and most Handsome, and the Stock so large that thu
most fastidious will not fail to find something to suit.
The Large Assortment Comprises the Elegant
Kivnch. Say;, Lucerne, Mackinaw, Knapsack,
Hort.ee and many others.
The Carbondale Observer contains the
following which is of interest to our read
ers: "The announcement of Judge Wm.
A. Lemma as a candidate for state seuator
from the fiftieth district consisting of Jack
son, Vaioii, and Alexander counties, will be
found under the head of announcements.
The large I),'iiix:r itic majority of I'uion
county makes the district hopelessly Demo
cratic and consequently there will be no
Republican candidate. Judge Lemma
has served the people two terms
iu the lower house of the legisla
ture and understands the wants
of his constituents as thoroughly as any
other person in the district. His previous
experience in the house admirably tits him
to go right into active and effective work
in the senate and he will make a valuable
member of the law -making power. His
large and varied experience as state's attor
ney has also made him intimately acquaint
ed with the defect, in the present laws, and
the necessities nf the people. The judge
will practically have no opposition. "
The announcement that Dan RiccwuuM
address the Reform club last night prompt
ed an unusual numb.r of our citizens t at
tend the meeting of the club. The nienr
bers had foreseen the "boom" and prepared
for it. The hall of the club was deemed
too warm and all the benches were brought
down into the rending room and, together
with the chairs already there, furnished
seats for hundreds of persons. The seats
were needed, for the crowd that gathered
there was simply immense. The audience
was largely composed of ladies and all
seemed to look forward with an anxious
expectation to the treat that they knew
awaited them. About eight o'clock the
assembly was called to order and Dr. Dun
ning iu n few appropriate remarks intro
duced Dan Rice as the speaker of the even
ing. We have the full notes of the Colonel's
speech, and will give the best portions of it
to our readers to-morrow, since we found it
impossible to do it justice in the short time
alloted to us last night. After the conclu
sion of tiie speech a May queen was voted
for with the following result: Miss Maud
Lollin received five votes; Miss Maud Rit
tenhouse. live votes: Miss Bessie Wheeler,
si.-ven votes; Mi-s Anjiie Morse, twelve
votes; Miss Annie Riley 111 teen votes; Miss
Mattie Pe'.rie, twenty-eight votes: Miss
Music Green, forty Ton rentes, and Miss Llhi
Kent one hundred and eight votes. The
polls will again be open ut o'clock this
evening when voting will b resumed.
CINCINNATI Ml'SICAL FESTIVAL
i v IStii, 1T i u, '.'Otii ami 21st.
Commencing on the 17th the Cairo find
Vincenncs railroad will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets to Cincinnati for l'.Mm,
tickets good to return until Saturday
'J'.'d, ineb'sive. Passengers h ave Cairo at
." :00 a. ni.; reach Cincinnati at 7:13 p. nr.,
running through in daylight without de
tention. F. A. Mii.i.KK,
Genl. Pass. Agt.
Just received at Tn K Bl'LLKTlN' office a
stock of p iper especial'y for "Hectograph''
KICKKR NL'MBKR Till! KM HF.ARD
Kilitur llullellu :
1 see that the editor of the Sun. has fail
ed to answer the questions which were put
to him by "Kickers No. 1 and 5," and I
think it would he useless for me to ask any,
when he has not answered those
which have been put to him. I think he
is small potatoes, mid but 'lew in li hill,
therefore ho docs not call for much. I think
he had better s'op talking, and let some
intend to make our so-called white breth
ren, feel our inlbieiice, and importance, not
only as voters, but as men who are capable
of tilling some position which will pay us,
and give us the proper tcprcsentatiou,
These are the sentiments of the majority of
the colored voters ot the Kighteenth con
gressional district, but if you do not be
lieve it, time will tell, and we will mak
yuii think we mean something, whether we
do or not.
Mr. K litor, they say that "they do riot
intend to put us in the sugar bowl aa I
throw hot pau cakes at us any longer." ai
though they have had us iu there all this
time. That is what we are kicking about
now. We have been putting them in the
sugar bowl, and pouring sugar on them for
the hist twenty years, but they have not
once said "come in brethren and least uf on
this delicious substance." They are like
the I toy who found a hogshead of sugir,
and sung oh ! for a thousand tongues to
lick the sugar, but was too hogUh aud
greedy to call his playmates to share in the
feast, out had it all to himself. So it is
with the Republican parry. They sing oh!
for a thousand negro votes tn elect us to
some office, but du not say "come colored
brethren and go with us."
When those questions are answered,
which have been asked by "Kickers No. 1
and 2" wo will proceed to further business.
I ignore the article of "Anti-Kicker" bi
cause he is u it sound, because lip dictate
for a white man to write, or because he it a
white man a white Republican's tool --or
a fn aud for several other reasons.
Kit kn; No. :;.
TUT FOR ALL
111. 1) Tills ULKOUK IN-l llf NC Vol T. I.U-K.
In making a contract which, like life
assurance, may extend over many year, it
is an obvious duty to select a company
which combines the following advantage:
STKKNoTll, I'KI'.M AN KM E, IT.TI MATE I'lloUT,
and ( KllTAINT Y OK I'AYMKNT To Till". WIDOW
am) oki'iun, and to reject companies which
on the pretence of cheapness weaken tl
security of the company by premature divi
dends of profits not yet earned: ami which
take advantage ot technical points in cou
tracts, thus entailing trouble, expense arid
disaster upon the widow and orphau on
the dentil of the person assured.
The F.quitable Life endt avnrs to ascer
tain ail that is requisite about applicants
for assurance before policies are issued.
After the expiration of three years, which
is ample time to detect frauds and mi
takes, IT l'Ys K KKV lU-'.sTIl (AIM WITH
Oi l TAKIMt MIV.VSTAI.K OK ANY St ( II 1K
HACK, TIM - MVKINO ITS I'll!. K IKS I.M ON
tkstsim.k. This important concession is
made a part of the written contract. To
know how vital this feature is, examine the
court records, the insurance reports, the.
custom of other companies, The insurance
reports show that $t,i:ju,:!31.7t of unset
tled contested claims were acknowledged
it the end of the year by the various com
panies in lsTsi, The reports are not yet
published for 1 S7!, but will probably show
more than in the year before, while the
Equituble had not a single contested policy
upon its books!
As it is the berelt widow and helpless
children upon whom the burden falls,
every father and husband will prefer to
avoid nil possibility of bequeathing a law suit
to his family, by selecting a company
that has estopped itself by contract from
raising technical objections to payment,
and whose practice is iu conformity with its
For more detailed information as to char
acter of assets, history of the society, plan
of business, terms, etc., apply to II..H.
Knowles, general agent, or R. A. Burnett,
local agent, Cairo, ' 1
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed from the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, toXo. 101 Commercial
avenue, wicre am better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of household,
parlor mid kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatness and price cannot be sur
passed. ( AMI' CIIAIUS AM) (TIILlUtF.N's llt'OOIKS
A specialty. Kvcrybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan Ilartmann'
old stand. Respectfully,