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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1883.
LOWEE THAN EVEE!!
12 different kinds of wide and narrow brim
Straw Hats; your choice, 75 cents worth $1.25
to 2.00. Mannilla Straw Hats, the very latest
styleand the very thin? to have for dress, $1.50;
sold last year $3.00 to 3.50, and the beinnini?
of this season, $2.50 to $3.00. 4 diilere.it
styles of Mannillas, your choice, $2.00 well
worth $3.00 to $3.50.
We bought our stock of Straw Hats this
year in large quantities, dirt cheap.
The People's Hatter.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notions in tna comrana. ion cent par line,
larh Insertion and whether marked or not, if cairn
luted to fi.ward any man's busineiu tuterust are
always paid for.
$10.00 Parasols reduced to $8.00 to
close. . Stuart. . 1(
Mr. James S. Morris, of Utlln, is at
The il&lliday siuco yesterday.
Lancaster & Rice last week received a
barge of Tine lumber containing one hun
dred thousand feet.
It is understood that the Bteamer Kim
brough will start out for St. Louis Tuesday
New lino of Ladies and Children's
Lisle Thread Hosiery at popular prices.
A day or two ago Mr. R. Ilebsacker
received news from Germany that his fath
er had died last Wednesday.
Tho party from the Normal University
to viBit the Mammoth Cave have decided to
go by rail instead of river as first decided
American Satteens reduced to 25c.
genuino French Sateens reduced from 50
to 40c. to close. Stuart. It
Mrs. Burnett, Miss Lemen, Miss Clark,
and probably others will go to Dixon
Springs Tuesday morning by way of
"The Arlington Leader" is a new
weekly pajcr published by Mr. Joseph G.
Hall, in Arlington, Ky., the first issue of
which has reached us.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Btl
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholes-mie teraperanco beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
Mr. N.S. renniuytou returned yester
day from his visit to Evansville. His hands
are all riht again and he will resume his
official duties here.
In the circuit court yesterday the Cb
ler divorce cane was on trial all day and
was not concluded. Court will reconvene
to-morrow at the usnal hour.
We offer to decided bargains in Shoe
department which will pay to examine.
Best and cheapest line of Ladies Slippers
in tho city at lowest prices. Stuart. It
A young couple, we are informed, will
be married at the Baptist church this even
ing and both will immediately afterward
be baptized and become members of the
Lost. Supposed to have been iu Op
era House commencement day a package
containing a splasher to lit; done in etching.
The finder will please leave it at Tub Bul
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brow will reside,
on their return home, iu a suit of spacious
rooms over the dru- store of the firm of
which Mr. Bros is a member, which are
now U;iog elegantly fitted up fur them.
Sheriff H'fdes' new residence, recent
ly trecteJ near hit springs at Hodges' Park,
ii nearly Coitlic-1 and will be occupied by
bis family soon. It is said to b a very
comfortable as well as ornamental home.
Great bargains in LvlUV Lisle Thread
Gloves from 5c. per pair upward; LvHtiT
Bilk and genuine Lisle Gloves 2 button at
25c. worth 50c; 2 and 3 button undressed
Kid Gloves at 50c, worth $1.00. Stuart.
Mrs. S. Williamson begins a clearing
sale to morrow, to continue several days, it
which the ladies of Cairo will doubtless be
treated to unusual bargains in all that be
longs to a first-class millicery establish
ment. Bee advertisement elsewhere.
The brick house on Ohio levee next
above the Illinois Central railroad general
offlco building, was lecently bought by
Mr. Louis Herbert, who is having it extcn
sively repaired. A new fl tor and new in
iter walls, are among the improvements.
Thursday last while the little seven-year-old
son of Mr. James Mulllns, engin
eor at the Cairo City millB, was playing on
the sidewalk In front of his house up town,
a negro came alone, carelessly caught him
by the shoulders and raised him up in tho
air several times,then dropped him roughly
on the sidewalk breaking one of his thighs
in two places, and then walked lieaurely
away without saying a word to anyone.
The child's cries brought assistance and sur
gical attention was promptly given him.
Mr. John A. Miller, the jeweler, has
displayed in his windows on Commercial
avenue, a number of photographic views ol
the rocks, etc., at Dixon Springs. If any
one is at all disinclined to believe the fact
that wo have in Southern Illinois the finest
scenery in America they should look at
The would-be thief, detective bml con
fidence man, G. II. Brockleton, who was
caught at some of his tricks by Officers
Martin and Mahanny Friday, was fined
one hundred dollars and costs by Magis
trate Comings yesterday, but was given
thirty minutes in which to leave town,
which he did.
-The new carpet and seats are now in
their places in the Presbyterian church.
The seats are of a very substantial as well
as ornamental kind, and improve the ap
pearance of the whole church very much.
The usual Bfrvices will be held there to
day. In the absence of Miss Emma
JameB, Dr. BenBon will preside at the or
Fulton, Ky., was the scene of a bloody
fight Friday evening, in which a negro and
white man were killed. Fulton is on the
line dividing Tennessee and Kentucky, and
the difficulty is said to have grown out of
an attempt of a sheriff in one
state to arrest a fugitive
from justice from hisjuriBdiction,in the other
state. Two sheriff's posses came together
and a hundred or more shots were ex
changed, with the result as stated.
The evangelists will to-day hold their
closing services with the Baptist church.
In the morning Rev. D. I. Purser will
preach on "Christian Consecration," a theme
for Christians, and especially instructive to
young convorts. At 4 :30 in the afternoon
the usual meeting for the benefit of the
children and young people will be held,
and to which the Sunday School people of
the city are cordially invited. The sub
ject for the evening service will be appro
priate to the closing of the meetings. The
results thus far have been something more
than thirty additions to the church -a
large proportion of them by baptism.
Messrs. Knowles, Bradsby and others
are still in the city laboring upon the his
tory ot Cairo and Alexander county. Thoy
will be hero several. weeks yet perhaps. The
history ot Cairo, exclusive of any personal
mention, will occupy two hundred pages of
the book. We were shown yesterday a
sample volumn of two of the other coun
ties, a book of over nine hundred pages,
printed in large, clear type, interspersed
with fine engravings of men who were
prominent in the county at various times.
The volumn concerning this and Union
counties will comprise over a thousand
pages and the engravings will be much
finer than those heretofore used. The book
will be ready for circulation in September.
A little old frame cottage, standing on
the easterly side of Commercial avenue, be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
collapsed suddenly yesterday afternoon,
about 5 o'clock. It was owned and occu
pied by a negrcss and her family of chil
dren, named Hobbs. It had been raised to
a level with the sidewalk, and was still
standing on blocks, and men wero at work
bracing it preparatory to letting it down
on piers. Mrs. Hobbs was alone in tho
house, seated JinBido, sewing on a machine,
when all at once the whole frame fell over
ldewa8, in a confused mass of boards
aid household goods, to tho ground. Mrs.
Hobbs was fortunately and strangely
onoug not injured at all. What furni
ture tho house contained was butBlightly
A young white woman camo to police
headquarters yostcrday and told Chlel
Myers that alio was far away from home,
without money or friends or vituals and
subject to Ms. Bho had traveled all the
way from New York state, imposed herself
upon communities as long as she Wu per -
nutted to do so and had been sent up here
by the Jackson, Tennessee, authorities. She
said she had left home because her mother
didn't want her; she was a stout young
woman, iu apparent good health, well ablo
to make her living by household work, a
a little dull mentally, but she Boomed to
have become accustomed to being cared for
at public expenBO and slio had the boldness
to ask support in some charitable Institu
tion here. The chief was puzzled, not
knowing what to do in so unusual a case,
but he ordered her over to the Cairo House,
just across from headquarters, to be fed and
lodged at his own txpenso until to-day
when he will probably dispose of this fe
male tramp iu some other human way.
The manner of the escape of the two
young toughs suuivan ana uiavin, irom
Officois Tyler and Hogan Friday night de
mands some notico in justice to Officer H
gan, at least. Sullivan was arrested by Ot
ficer Tyler and released on his own recog
nizance, on the way to jail. Clavin was ar
rested by Officer Ilogan and on the way to jail
the officer picked up two other felbwa and
proceeded with all three toward tho jail.
Arrive I at the jail Officer Ilogan's attention
was called to one of the prisoners already
in the jail yard, who was trying to escape,
and he left Clavin in charge ot Officer Ty
ler. In Hogan's absence Clavin told Ty
ler that Ilogan had given him also permis
sion to go on his own recognizance and Ty
ler believed the prisoner and let him go.
Thus both these young fellows escaped the
just punishment of their ruffianism and are
thought to have left town.
A young white fellow intruded upon
the premises of Mr. F. Vincent, on Ninth
6treet, and after exploring the yard and
outhouses, entered the residence and with
the air of a Republican boss inspecting his
political chatties of African descent, walk
ed liesurely through nearly every room in
the bouse, until he suddenly came face to
face with young Minnie Vincent whom be
regarded with evident surprise and con
tempt. Being asked what he wa doing
there, the lordly tramp replied "I guess its
uone of your d-d business." It took
Minnie but a moment to recover from his
astonishment at this effrontery, commonly
called "gall," and it took but a few mo
ments more to administer unto the intruder
such a drubbing as only a muscular and
active young fellow like Minnie can ad
minister. The fellow was arrested after
wards and j'liled.
Friday night young Jack Sullivan got
on another tear with a pal or two, the
name of one of whom is James Clavin.
They first did what every free born Ameri
can citizen has a right to do they got
drunk; and after that, they did what in
Borne people is the certain result of drunk
ennessthey "raised cane." They first
created a disturbance in the office of the
sewing machine agency on Eighth street,
and had a little set to with one of the firm
who wouldn't take their insults without
complaint; and after that they wandered
up town, and arriving on Thirteenth street,
back of Cedar, about 1 o'clock in the
morning, they kicked in the door of a small
cottage occupied by two women who were
in bed, and drove the occupants out in the
street in their night-gowns. Atter toe
roughs were gone, tho women came down
town and aroused Magistrate Comings,
who issued warrants for the arrest of Sul
livan and Clavin. and Officers McTigue and
Ilogan arrested the two young fellows and
took them to iail. But in some way the
prisoners got out of the jail yard and had
not been re-arrested last evening.
About three hundred people witnessed
the contest for the light weight medal at
Harry Walker's theatro Friday night. Pat
ton and Murphy wore the contestants. The
former had been adiudtcd the winner of
the medal twice before, so that this was his
third set-to over the same little badge of
honor. As before, Patton forced the con
test from the start, and being a tough little
fellow with lung's like a bellows, he soon
tired his opponent out and again canied
off the medal. In justice to Murphy it
must be said, that he was much the more
skilllul sparrer of the two, and had tho con
lest been confined to this manly art-had
there been moru sparring and less slugging
and butting and wrestling Murphy
would doubtless havo taken the prize
But Patton has a peculiar way of his own
co weir his opponent out. Friday n'.ght he
made little or no effort to spar. His corv
stanteff irt was to rush in upon Murphy,
with head ducked to but him in the Btoin
ach, and being foiled la this, would grap
ple with him and attempt either to "slug"
him under the ribs or throw him to the
floor. This sort of tactics gave Murphy
very little chance to exhibit his skill with
the gloves, and after having received sever
al bad falls, he gave up. But it must be
lmittcd that Patton has considerable
spunk and endurance, and in a rough and
tumble set-to, such as ho invariably tries to
mako out ot tlie so-called sparring matches
he engages in, and always does make to
great extent, lie is more than a match for
any oruinary man ot Ins size.
June 8J.Q.W. McKoaiir to Francis Jon,.
warranty deed dated Jitnunrv noii, iuao
for northwest quarter of southeast, section
iu, township io, range v,
5t. R. R. C. Wfiriclf (. 11V I,. Tun... v
Miller; quit claim deed dated March 17th,
ISM, for lots numbered 20, 00, 81, and 112,
m block numbered 83, in tho first addition
to uio city ot Cairo.
i in, Maiinda Ireland and husband to
flainuei Jackson; warranty deed dated
Apri, Gth, 1883, iTor lot Numbered 2 in
1 l.l.cU numbered 7, In UodgeV Park .
SYNOPSIS OF A SERMON
DKUVKUKD BY UKV. O. W. SCAWTIIOltN AT
TUB MKMOlllAL SEHV1CK OK THE
KNI01ITS TKMl'LAU OK CAI110 COMMAND.
ERV, AT UEKCU OHOVB CEMETEHY JUNE
A wise man said, there was nothing new
under the sun, If he lived now, he would
conclude that we had made some progreas.
Wc live in one of the greatest periods of
the world's history, a time of wonderful
progress. Fifty years ago people thought
tho stage-coach was fast traveling, but now
we sometimes think it slow when a train
carries us along at tho rate of forty milts
an hour. We are learning more about the
Bible than men have iu the past. Wo un
derstand it better than they did. We un
dorstaud the will of God concerning men
better than tver before. God is ull tho
time giving us more light, bo that our re
sponsibility to him becomes greater. It is
an age of scientific research, in all the de
partments of science, in Astronomy, in
Oeology, Electricity, in Physics, where
mind asserts its right over matter, and
science and the Bible are in harmony
one with the other. Every
step that science has taken
demonstrates the divine origin of the Bible.
But sin has paralyzed the world in a meas
ure, aud impeded human progress, and hu
man happiness; intelligent as the world is,
it would have been much more so, had
there been no sin; men wouid have been,
wiser and happier than now. But the
world is a very beautful one, and a pleas
ant one in which to live. God has made
all things beautiful in their season, and we
pity the nun that can get no happiness out
of it. But it is said, the world is growing
worse and not better, but the converse of
this is true. Our facilities for finding out
the bad are great, scau the criminal col
umns of your daily papers to-morrow morn-
Dg you wiil read of all the crime that has
been committed to-day. From this we are
led to think that the world is on the kdown
grade, but the agencies for good are lifting
the world up, and bringing it nearer to
God. The Cross will be victorious, and by
this sign we shall conquer and the world
become the counterpart of heaven. It is
not the great, or the learned, or the refined
that have done the most for this world s
good, the great and the learned are not al
ways good. There are men that are in the
possession ot gigantic intellects that have
done but little to make the world better,
and men happier; but the good, the earnest,
the philanthropic men, are they that ure
moulding ami fashioning the thoughts of
the world, and leading men to a higher, a
better and a purer life, and a firmer trust
in God. Do we not stand upon the thresh-
hold and look out upon the dawn ot the
great millennium? Is not its morning star
on the horizon, when the cross shall be the
sign, and the joy of all the nations of the
earth; when Christ shall be revered and
loved by all? Then shall peace and happi
ness be universal, and the nations of the
earth learn war no more. Our faith may
but falter here. May the time not be very
near, when a nation shall be born iu a day?
But what has Masonery to do with all
this? If we believe it to be a great moral
institution, (and we d ,) then we believe
God has set the seal of his divine approba
tion upon it, and it becomes the hand-maid
of religion. It is not kemoiox, but us
principles and teachings, if properly appre
ciated, will lead to a better life, and to the
jreat Father of light. But says one, "you
have bad men among you. Where will
you find a place this side of heaven where
they are not? They invade the holy pre
cincts of Gol's own divine church, even
one of Christ's own disciples was a devil,
ask the sun as he sets in the west, have you
ooked down on any place in this world
where sin aud sinners are not? The an
swer would be, "No." But the outer door
of our lodges are "well guarded, so that
the good over-balance the bad.
Knights Templar Masons will ever be
found on the side of right, of purity, and
f justice, and protectors of tho widow, and
tho fatherless, and defenders of the holy
religion of Christ; and if needs be a hundred-thousand
swords would leap from their
scabbards In its depeuse, but we hope, that
time may never come. But, Sir KnightB,
learn to be brave, as well as courteous and
But of our Knightly dead, they rest
from their labors; they did their part well
while they lived. The Master bade them
lay down tho sword of the spirit, and take
tho crown of life, they are safely housed in
that asylum, where the wicked cease from
troubling and the weary are at rest. Their
bodies rest in this beautiful grove, they will
sleep the years away, until tho voico of
God shall awake them in the morning of
tho resurrection. The storma of uarth dis
turb them not ; tread gently on their graves,
they sleep well; peace bo to their ashes.
Sir Knights, liko them let us bo ready,
either for life, or for death. You may yet
have to tight life's battles; they may bo
hard ones; therefore, put on tho whole
armour of .Christ, light bravely, manfully,
that when you lay down the shield of faith,
you may tako up the crown of everlasting
life. Another June, flowers may be laid
upon your graves, gentlo hands may have
laid you to rest, and homes that are happy
to-day may be in Borrow for you before an
other year. If bo, let us finish our work
well, in the meantime; let tho great princi
nlesofour order, faith, hopo and cliHrity,
tiu & aafo L'uard to us. and tho joy of our
lives, faith in God and each other, hope of
blissfulimmortality, and charity for all;
and in that asylum, uot niado with hands,
eternal iu the heaveu, may we rest forever,
Druggists, Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and iu Oil,
Artist's Tubo Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med.,
Bull's Cough Syrup,
August t iower, Herman Hy.,
Wood's Fever Pills,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gold Leaf & Bronzes
Audubon's M'king Bird food
St. Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
Perfumers Cigars Paints Oils, and a General Lino of Druggists' Goods.
J-tf" Agents for Austin's Forest Flower Cologne.
OikLio ILeveo and
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
hotiron in m:i' column, cigni cents per Una for
Brut ami Ave ceuti pur liua etch subsequent lnir-
iun. For unit wtx'k, 3n cents per lino. For ouo
mouth, lie cult l pur Him
Wanted 25 Men.
for railroad work, at good wages. Ship
Tuesday, Juno 12th. Transportation free.
Apply to P. Mockler, Railroad House, be
tween 4th and 0th streets, Commercial Ave.
For Kent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences at
Villa Hidge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
H. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. Uw
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the umber, eighty aeies
under cultivation ; blue grass pasture ; fai ni
contains 102 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 miles from railroad station.
E. A. BUIINKTT.
Ice, Wood and Kindling-.
Northern Lake lie 50c. per 100 lln.;
good, dry Wood, sawed, $1 per cord, and
kindling $ I per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has leen opt n
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth Btreet. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given a ay as trial bottles
of the largo size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, wi re
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, aud try for yourself. It never fails to
I have had Catanb for years in its worst
form. Before I had used one bottle of Elys'
Cream Balm droppings into my throat had
ceased, pain and soreness in my bead was
removed, as well as deafness, It gives im
mediate relief for cold in head. Mrs. J. D.
Hagadorn, Union, N. Y.
If you want to get rid ot pimples, loils,
tetter, etc., use "Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Sold by druggists.
A Specific tor Change of Lfie.
We are in receipt ot a letter from J. T.
Ilamby, Esq., of Floral, Ark., in which the
writer savs: Samaritan Nervine cures
female decline, and during the change of
life it is a specific." Suggestive Tacts, truly.
Wohk Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will make an offer by which
vou can earn 13 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 9Z and 1U7
Fulton Street, New York.
Never Give Up.
If vou are suffering with luw and dc
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak coustitu
tiou. headache, oranv disease of a bilious
nature, bv all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
vou will be inspired with new litejstreiigtu
and activity will return; pain anu misery
will cease, aud henceforth you will rejoice
in the nraiso of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
Mr. II. W. Hvao. Blue Island ave., Chi
cairo. III., savs : ''I have used Brown t iron
... , . f . w
Bitters with most nappy results wnuu em
feriugfrom a diseased stomach."
MiicKien's Arnica Salve
The BoBt Salvo in' tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. 1 rice
25 cents per box. For sale by Harry
SaL u d ummAn in another column near
ra Vinf.vardn. nickiuir grapes from
which Spoer's Port Grape wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids, weakly
persons ond tlio agod. oiu oy uiuggiam
To all who arc suffering from tho errors
mwl Imlior.r.itiong of VOUth. DorVOUS WOaK
Dens, carlv decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crreyou, fuhk
ok chakok. This great remody was
discovered by a minister in sown Ainiinen
M..ml ...H-mldresHed cnvuloDO to tho Rev,
Johkimi T. Inman, Station D., Now York
And all stundard Pharma
MRS. S. WILLIAMSON,
tiuluDlng tomorrow anrl continuing
tliroUKh next wouk, will uflur her larue
at grvatly rvduced rate.
Hats offered at 25, 50 & 75c.
nyilaylriB IMbIt tmrrlianed a
In k at low oeiiri)". Mie ran afford
. ...ii i,..
Call and cxumim good,
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON THK OCCASION OK THE
TO CK HKLO FUOM
May 24 to June 23. 1883.
The Illinois Central Kallroad will run onv of
tUclr impuUr exrurainn lyr ricclil train on Tui-a-
day, J un IU, lhM. Train leave l airo at ':au a.m.
Fare to Chicago and return,
Arriving at Chicago aid: Hi p. in. of tho tamedaf.
Theflrtt Eipoaitlon or the kind ever held
In tha World.
Vialtort will bavoa crand opportunity of wltnci-
Inj tlit Koliman rrofclotia! K. tita at Pullman,
llii.. June SI and 'fl, Among tho i'btrli aro
Champion of the World;
WALLACK ROS. 1R0. IIOSMKH, UKO. W.
LEE, CM As. K. ' uuumi, ana a
The Summer Hunnii!2 Mwllng. of tho Chltagj
Iriini; Park. Juue vi'ld to July 41 h. Ini luclTe. ror
programme, write 1). L. Hail, Secretary, Chicago.
tmrsieepltic car w.ll ho att'h"d to the aboT
train at Cairo. III. It will t.e ready ror or.oupancT
at H p; in.. Juno 18. Kate per berth, f ! !. Appll
Ciitionn for bertha nkould be made lo J . K Merry,
(ieu'l We.tern I'aM. Agi-nt, .Manchea-er, Iowa, on
or hefore June Intli.
MTTlck-'ta will bo go d to rctun on or befor
Tliurnday. July 6, to Includ tlio tralua or mat aav.
AtlfUllonl" railed to the fact that tlio Evening
Train out of (Uilcaga anip" oely at certain p"lnta
aonth of Btllugniiii. ana hp inner rwv "
made for parti. holding Kxcnw nn Tickets
J.K. 1TCKKK, A.U.MA.NbOK,
Truffle Manager. ti.-n. I's Agent.
J. K. MURKY. Oeu. Western 1'am. Aeout, Man
Our wiujons are now tlt livcrinff tho
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to all parts of the city.
Vi'v solicit your jiatroiiiuro ami tissuro
you that we will serve you rcffularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We jruarantoo full weights at all
lbs. and imwaiil, 4.)c.
fluui 100 lbs.. r.Oc.
Leave orders at
Tcljihono No. 98.
our Factory, or
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co.