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THK DAILY OAJEO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNIiNG, JUNE
10 WEE THAN EVEE!!
12 different kinds of
Straw Hats; your choice,
to 2.00. Mannilla Straw Hats, the very latest
stylcand the very tiling
sold last year 3.00 to
of this season, $2.50
styles of Mannillas, your choice, 2.00 well
worth 83.00 to 3.50.
We boiiffht our stock of Straw Hats this
year in large quantities, dirt cheap.
The 'Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITE3IS.
Nolicos id ineaa coinmna, ten cent per line,
set. injertlin and whether marked or not, if calcu-
Uteri tn fowa.-d tor man buelneM iuiercn are
' al way paid fur.
Mr. II. C. Bouton, of Anna, was a
guest at The Ilalliday yesterday.
--Tlie rivers are rising at Cliattanooga,
Nashville, St. Louis and Louisville, but not
Phrenology teaches health, wealth
and happiness. Call on Prof. Patty, at
Ilowurd House. It
Mrs. Margeret Payne, of Paducab,is in
the city stopping with Mrs. J. H. Kitten
house. Her daughter, Miss Cynthia Lut
trell, is also expected to arrive here from
Clerk Robert Jones, of the Illinois
Central wharfboat.yesterday hanled twelved
hundreJ barrels of new potatoes, enroute
from southern points for Chicago. Several
barrels of new apple also went through.
Constable Martin went to Metropolis
yesterday afternoon to take charge of a
boat there for United States Marshal Peter
Saup who tied her up. It is understood
also that he is on the lookout for two lu
gitivcs from justice.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Giugt-r Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholus'iine temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
Mr. V. W. Wright and family return
ed from Florida Wednesday. Mr. Wright
has bought several hundred acres of land
there, which will absorb much of his at
tention; but he bus not vet decided to lo
cate there permaneut with his family.
The elegant steamer Ella Kimbr ugh
will make another excuroion to Paducah
Sunday, leaving the wharf here at 8 o'clock
in the morning, sharp. Music by a good
bin J and refreshments will be on board.
In the Illinois senate Wednesday the
Iltrp'-r bill came up for second reading.
About a dozen different amendment were
oflered, all of which failed, and finally the
bill was ordered to a third reading, ju.-t as
it came from the housn, the motion being
cirried by a strict party vote, all republi
cans voting "yae" and all the Democrats
Totiu' solidiy "nay."
Prof. E. S. Clark for a year pant princi
pal of our public schools, has accepted an
offer to take charge of the Jefferaooville,
Ma., public schools. The new position
bas several advantages over the one the pro
fessor held here, over which fact hois to be
congratulated. Prof. CUrk is a man of con
siderable ability as an educator, and over
this fact the people ol JelTersouville are to
Au'.vel way of advertising a certain
kind of baking powder was instituted at
Mr. E. B. Put tits' Boston store yesterday.
An experienced baker was engaged all day
yesterday in mixing and baking buscuits in
a Btove put up in the store for the purpose,
and distributing them tresb aud hot, spread
with good bntter, among the people who
thronged the store all day. Up to hst
night about fifteen hundred biscuits were
so distributed and consumed with eviJent
relish by the recipients.
Upon the mcoramendation of the may.
or and chief of police Pat Lally wan releas
ed from jail about 11 o'clock Wednesday
night, under a stay of execution, on coudl
tion that be leave the city within six hours.
The action was prompted doubtless by the
very laudable motive of relieving the pub
lic of the expense of feeding Lally tor over
three months and ridding the city of his
unwelcome, not to say dan genu presume.
If the latter object sloue will be accum
plibbed the action is very commendable.
The friends of Mr. W. C. Augur aud
wife a made raid on tbeiu last night, about
8 o'clock, at their residence on Walnut
street. It being the tenth anniversary of
their marriage As the largo crowd came
io upon them uninvited and unexpected
like the high water of Febiunry year ago,
they came near going under, their eyes
wide and narrow brim
75 cents worth $1.25
to have for dress, 1.50;
3.50, and the beginning
to $3.00. 4 different
The People's Hatter.
s'uck out, as the tin jewelry came tumbling
in, from a tin crown for tho bride to a tin
pen and Ink stand for the groom. The
presents were numerous, from ''Grave to
Gay," somo of them handsome and useful
and some very fancy ones. Their surprise
was complete when they found tho raiders
had brought their own rations. Plenty ot
cake and ice cream. The jolly crowd dis
persed about half-past 10 o'clock, tho be
wildered couple to their own destruction
and to cogitate upon tho uncertainty of
A letter written by a friend in Chica'
go to Mr. L. B. Church, sajs, among other
things, "This exposition (meaning the cx
position of Railway Appliances in progress
in that city) is a big thing. Cairo is repre
Bjnted very creditably indeed, by J. B,
Reed, who has some very nicely finished
athes on exhibition." Mr. Rel's lathes
are receiving much favorable notice when
ever they go (and they go nearly every
where.) His establishment is a good adver
tisement for Cairo.
A committee appointed at a late meet
ing of the Rough and Ready fire coir puny,
to solicit subscriptions to a large race fund
to be contested tor at St. Mary's Park on
the coming 4th of July, was out yesterday
in pursuit of its business. It consists of
Ex-Mayor Thistlewood and Mr. Herman
Meyers, who bad, however, secured the as
sistance of Captain T. W. Shields. They
did good work the first day and expect to
reach the figures they want in a canvass of
tho rest of the city. A largo racing fund
would probably be a greater attraction to
outsiders than any other one feature.
Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp has
completed the work on the Mound City
levee and has for several days been engag
ed in laying out the route of the contem
plated new right-ot-way of the St. Louis &
Cairo railroad, along the outer side of New
Levee street. He is also to ascertain the
amount of work necessary to be done in or
der to raise tho company's tracks above
high water mark along the line he is laying
out. The new route will cut off a small
corner of upper Washington avenue, which
it is understood the city council will readily
Dr. Nowotney, an old citizen of this
county, but who left some years
ago to engage in farming and
in his profession in Minnesota,
is in the city, having arrived laht Mon
day. He found the climate in Minnesota
too severe, and he sold his farm there for
more than double the amount he paid for
it, gave up bis profession, and went to
southern California some months ago, pros
pecting for a new location. He came here
from California, to spend a tew days. He
was well pleased with California and ex
pects to return there soon to live.
A gentleman named P. O. Woodruff,
of Rockport, Ind., arrived in the city on
the St. L'juis and Cairo road Wednesday
night and while in search of a hotel, was
met by two negroes who offered to conduct
him to a hotel, but who led him out toward
Walnnt and Seventh street and there rob-
beU him. The man's cries brought assis
tance and the robbers were scared away,
carrying with them a pocket-book contain
ing three or four dollar, but failing
to find one in another pocket, containing
75. The negroes made good their escape.
Mr. WoodruH U a prominent and well-to-do
citizen of Rockport.
Attempts are made in many of the cities
of the state to evade the Harper high li.
censo bill, which, if passed by the senate
and signed by the govornor in time, goes
Into effect on tho 1st of July. In Chicago
the saloon licenses come duo on tho 1st of
July and Baloonkeeper would therefore
have to pay at the rates established by tho
uew law instead of their httlo f 32 per year
as heretotore. To prevent this and enable
the liquor dealers to take out licenses for an
other fiscal year under tho ordiuauco now
in force, tho city council is about to pass an
ordinance making saloon licenses payable
on the last day of May j,cli year.
-Some one entered the residence of Mr.
F. Vincent, on Ninth street, Wednesday
night, by means of a rear window, and
made a search of the house, evidently
chiefly for money. They huuted through
an open trunk belonging to Mis Lena Hay
who is visiting at Mr. Vincent's bouse, and
took a pocket-book containing thrcu or
Tour ilollurg, They also gathered up what
silver ware there was in the dinning room,
valued in all about $100, put it all together
in a sack and left it near the sidewalk in
front of tho promises. Tho empty pocket
book was found in the yard and several
coats belon''in' to the male members of
the family wero scattered about the back
porch. It seems that tho burglars chauged
their minds about taking the silver ware,
even &hi-r they were on a fair way to get
away with it, probably through fear that it
would lead to their capture.
Lust night the lawn sociable took place
at the residence of Captain G. D. William
son, on Washington avenue, below Seventh
street. The premises was illuminated by a
large number of chincsj lanterns suspcuJcd
from ttio branches of troes, shrubbery, and
around tho porch and houso. A lar,'o
company of pooplo was scattered over the
b.autit'ul grounds, waudenng among the
beds of flowers and shrubs, or gathering in
the brilliantly lighted parlors or on the
porch enjoying themselves in various w.ns
Songs and instrumental music aud finally
refreshments were important features of the
occasion. The affair musthavo been one
of unalloyed pleasure to all who attend
"Obi Fogy's" communication on "The
Flower Craze," published in yesterday's
Bulletin, struck a responsive chord in the.
minds of a number of our good citizens
who delight in beautifying their homes
with flowers of their own raisin''. In con
versatiou with Thk Bulletin man jester
day, they corroborated all that "Old Fogy"
had said, relating experiences
fully an aggravating as any
told in the communication, and
used some strong language in denunciation
of flower beggars generully. The evil com
plained of is much more extensive and
provoking than most people, who are not
v ictims o( it because their love of the beau
tiful does not mtnifest itself in beautiful
floral growths abjut their premises, would
A special meeting of the city council was
held last night, for general business. The
opinion of Corporation Counsellor Gilbert,
as to the legality of the action contemplat
ed by the resolution offered at Tuesday's
meeting by Alderman Blake and providing
for an extension of liquor licenses taken
out for only a part of the present fiscal
year, to the end of such year, was received,
aud the resolution was adopted by the
council. Forty-six liquor licenses were ap
proved under it, most of them being ex
tensions of the terms of licenses previously
granted for a part of the fiscal year. Tho
mayor also re-appointed the three directors
of the Cairo public library, whoso terms
expire on tbe 1st ot July, namely, Uapt.
W. P. Hallidiiy, Mrs. A. B. Safford, and
Mrs. H. H. Candee. Meeting then ad
journed. It is likely that another special
meeting will be held soon.
A horse attached to the delivery wag
on Mr. Andrew Lohr ran away last evening
on Commercial avenuo. Starting from just
below Sixth street he ran down the avenue
and undertook to turn the corner at Fifth,
but the momentum given the rig sent him
and the waon "kersmash" against the
brick houso on the lower corner, breaking
tho wagon and a about half a dozen boxes
offullsod-i water bottles into a thousind
pieces and drenching the sidewalk with
soda water. The horse was thrown down
by the concussion, but struggled to his feet
and made frantic efforts to break away from
the driver who had now caught the reins
and was holding on at great risk to himself.
The animal was finally subdued and the
wreck cleared away. In turning the cor
ner a post bearing an illuminated sign was
torn from its socket by the wagon and
thrown about thirty feet through the air.
Although, as usual, a large crowd of
negroes was ttanding at the corner close
together, no ore was hurt.
The nine Democrats by whoso aid alone
the unscrupulous majority in the lower
house of the Illinois legislature was enabled
to administer unto the people of this great
state, by means of frequent and flagrant
violations of constitutional provisions and
parliamentary rules, that dose of legislative
blue-mass known as the Harper high li
cense bill, concocted by the Republican ma
chiue politicians in secret caucus assembled
with a view solely to the cure of a bad case
of colic contracted by the Republican par
ty at the last state election the names of
these Deiinciuts are Day, Felker, Kim
brough, Welch (of Kendall). Willomhbv.
ureKg.urcur, urcaiiiouse and Moore. If
these gentlemen were ignorant of the nu
ture siid design of tho measure they were
helping to "put through," tlie.r perceptive
powers must be considerably below the av
erage in accuteness; if the were aware of
tho fuu nature of the scheme, and
were aware of the violent nature of the
steps they wero taking with tlauir partisan
opponents in advunciug the scheme, then
their sense of honor and obligation to their
own party and the p,()pie 6t Uri0 m(1Ht
have been dulled to an extent aniouuting
almost to utter extinction. It D0W renuini
t bo sen whether or not their Democratic
constituents will endorse thorn iu what
they have dime.
A steamboat captain from Goshen
Was hurt by a boiler explosion : '
On tha pains in his hip,
St. Jacobs Oil got tbe grip,
He calls it the abdicating lotion.
BERNAUI) SMYTH DEAD.
About 10 o'clock last iiilit Mr. Burundi
Smyth breathed hit last at his rooms on Ohio
levee over the clothiug house ot A. Marx. He
had been ailing in various ways for aeverul
year, aud for two months immediately pro-
ceding his death ho had not left his room
Ho lie l in the presence of Ins brother
Robert and s :voml friends.
Bernard Smyth was about forty-five
years of age. He camo to this city in 1858,
was until 1870 a. nember of the wholesale
liquor firm of R. Smyth & Bro., and a man
uuniversaiiy UeloveJ for his pleasint dispo
sition. Of his Immediate family 'no leaves
only his brother Robert, who has conducted
the business on the levee since 1870. His
uenr.se was lo wed forward to lor somo
1 . I l 1 ) a
time because of his ailing condition and
will cause general sorrow in the community
The funenl will probably take place to
The Democrats at Spriutield are circuh
ting the iollowing protest against the man
ner the so-called Harper high license bill
was passed, for signature, and all the
Democrats of the houso, excepting the nine
who voted for tho passage of the bill, are
signing the same. When all tho signatures
are obtained it will bj offered to bo placed
upon the journals of the house:
We tha umlersigned members of tlie
houso of representatives of tho Thirty-third
general assembly of the state ot Illinois, in
tho exercise of our constitutional right, do
most respectfully, earnestly ami emphatic
ally protest against the supposed pamago
of house bill No. 'S7, commonly called the
Harper bill, for the following reasons:
First Said bill is not tho bill as origin
ally introduced in this house. None tf it
remains except the number of tho bill and
the enacting words, all else has been taken
out aud new matter substituted.
Second Said bill in its present form is it
uevv bill and his not been read three iiuies
upon three separate days as require! by the
Third Because this bill has been altered
and changed and the journal, tho duly au
thorized record of this house, has been al
tered and mutilated without tho knowledge
of the home, as will fully appear by reference
to the evidence taken by a special commit
tee of this house, which original evidence is
filed herewith, marked exhibit "A," and
made a part of this protest.
Fourth The claim set up by the friends
of said bill that the word "resulting" strick
en out of the bill and tho word "arising"
inserted are to the same effect and therefore
it was a clerical error, which tho clerk had
aright to correct without authority trim
this house, can not be maintained. We ask
by what authority the cleik of the house
becomes the judge as to whether the author
of a bill or an amendment has used the
proper language in the construction of his
bill, or an amendment? Such a constmc
tion makes the clerk of this bovine the critic
of all bills and the approver of its journals
Notwithstanding this wonderful authority
of the clerk of this house, which seems now
to be conceded by the majority of the
house, we respectfully submit and maintain
that this bouse when duly convened is the
only authority that can criticise a bill or an
amendment, or approve or authorize the
alteration of or change any word in the
body of any bill, or upon the face of the
)UrQal' 80,1 tllis r'se if the word8 "ari-
log' and "resulting' are the same, the
word '"resulting" should have been left in
tho bill and and the journal, so that the
courts might determine the question as to
whether the words in the sense and place
used were the same. The very fact that the
one word was substituted lor ttie otner
must be conclusive to the mind of any ra
tional man that the author of the change
deemed it material.
And we do further protest against the
supposed passage of the following resolu
tion, and the ruling of tho speaker thereon,
for tho following reason :
Resolved that the several house and sen
ate appropriation and road and drainage
bills, and all oills on the subject of license,
shall be made the special order and con
tinue from day to day until disposed ot.
First This resolution amounts to, and Is
nothing more nor less than, a suspension of
rule 14 of this house a change in the or
der of business which can only be made by
or upon a two-thirds vote of this house.
Second The speaker erred in overruling
the point of order made by Mr. Linegar of
Alexander, that it required a two-third vote
to carry the resolution.
Third The speaker erroneously held
that a majority of a quorum of this house
could pass tho resolution.
Fourth Tho ruling of the speaker is in
the very teeth of rule No. 07, adopted by
this house under the power conferred upon
it under the constitution.
Fifth The ruling of the speaker is iu
violation of the plainest principles of par
liamentary law, and the rules laid down in
Cushing's Uuabriducd Manual of parlia
mentary Law, as indicated in sections 1,4'8,
1,479, 1.4S0, 1,481 ami 1,482, which are in
force by virtue ol the rules of this house.
Wo further assert aud protest that said
bill was never properly placed upon its pas
sage for tho reason that the house was upon
tho order of second readiuu under rule H
of the house, and that the above resolution
was not legally adopted and had no force,
as will fully appear from the journals of
We thorofore protest that tho aforesaid
bill has not been passed in accordance
with the constitution and lawfully adopted
rules of this houso, and that all action
Imd thereon Is null and void.
For the above reasonB we demand that
this our protest bo spread upon the Journal
of this houie.
Druggists, Physicians, Painters and General Store-Keepers
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Pry and in Oil,
ArtiHt's Tubo Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gold Leaf & Bronzes,
Hurler S Medicines,
jaynu a Aieiiicim h
Mt'Lean h Medicines.
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med
Hull's Coii''h Svrirt).
A "CdVlWr Pi""
Audubon's M'king Bud food
St. Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
U-tTAgculs fr Austin's Forest Flower
7t Oliio Xje-v-oe' and
Cor. 8th St. $c Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
.Notice In Uil" column, eiirm Minta r... Una fnw
uii-i.imi iivb rtnn pur due earn uteqiiint luur
loii. For mm woek, iWcout per line. Cor one
n uiiOi, mi cent ier line
I arm hands; wages $15.00 per mouth
Apply to u. J. u,al Hun. Charkston
For Kent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences
Villa Kidg.'. Apply to or address Mrs. E
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.' also piano
lor sale. 2w
For Sale Farm.
A yood farm in the limber, eighty acres
under cultivation; tiiue grass pasture; farm
contains acres: in Homl countv. Ilia
2g miles trom railroad station.
E. A. Buhnett.
Ice, Wood and Kindliug.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 Its
good, dry wood, sawed, it per cord, and
kindling f I per load, at Jacob Klee
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
New BlackstuitU Shop.
A new horse shoeing nhop has been oik u
ed by .Mr. V Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithiiij' and watron work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty
or none promptly. u
Elys' Cream Balsam, for the cure oft
tarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in Head, is an
article ot decided merit, post:iBH)i wonder
tul cleansing and healing properties. Price
50c. Apply into nostrils with little flnuer
We cannot help noticini the liberal offer
made to all invalids and suflerers by Dr
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption,
lou are requested to call at Birclav
Bros' drug store, and iret a trial bottle
free of cont, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
U.'onctiitiH, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any atfection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. ((J)
S, M. Dukes, Colfax, Ind., states that his
wile bad a tumor on her neck five years.
nd "Lindsey's Blood Searcher" cured it
I ltlt up.
Wcrtliy of Pralne.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, aud does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart fliat information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other renr
ediea fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can Ireely recommend them to all.
Excb. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (C)
Charles Kuop, 42 Cornelia St., Chicago.
III., (.ays: "I have found Brown's Iron
Bitters to be a valuable remedy for dyspep
Womk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn f.j to f7 evenings, at your
borne. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
hucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuni, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pyr box. For sale by Harry
Dropsy and Rheumatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Grapo Wine, ot New
Jersey, of incalcualjlo benefit. Its purity
and valuable properties have given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wine
took the higHest premium at the lato Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and de
bilitated females, ai.d used by the best fam
ilies iu New lurk as an evening Ismily
wine. For sale by Paul. G. Schuh.'
The Snow of Mount Blanc
is not whiter than teeth that are daily tub
bed with SOZODONT, aud coral gathered
in ocean depths, cannot surpass the hue ot
gums freed from pponglnufs by jtho same
Balutary agent. American ladies visiting
iotcign lauds, excite tlio admiration ot ne
bnldcrs And tho envy ot' their transatlantic
sinters, with tho surprising excellence of
their teeth. When asked to what they owe
this charm, they murmur the talisman
word SOZO DON T!
Elvs' Cream Balsam, for Catarrh, Cold in
the Head, &c, gives the best of satisfac
tion. Have yet to hear of a single case
where it has not given relief or permanent
cure. Chas. L. Brundage, druggist, Muskc
And all standard Pharma
and a General Line of DruL-'ists' Goods
EVERY 110 DY IS GOING TO
ON T.IK OCCASION OF THE
TO BK 1IKLU KKOM
my L'l to June 23, 1883.
'eu trul l(llu.,i mi
tlielrbopulHrexoardon- t,y lr,n oo lue.
Any, J una IS, mi. Trtln leavr, Cairo at a.m.
rare to Cblcairo ted return.
ArrlluKtCUlcmuat6:.H)p. m of tlio rnodr.
ADMISSION, GO Coats!
Tbt flnt Kiputltlon uf ib kind evir Md
Id tlio World.
SPKCIAL ATT ft AC IT 0X8 1
Vmltor will btivut rrnlI'.i)rtunltyorwltne.a.
Inif the I'ullmao I'rnft.. -tonal iwaita a: t'allman.
Hi.. June 21 aud at, I .-.), AmnLg tbe eurlr tro
Champion of the World ;
WALLACE BUSH, rido. nosVKK, GKO.
Let, CIIA. jc. oi-KTNKY.and a
iiumlt.'r of oibe .
Tb Hummer Hantilnir M.iint. ..f ti. ri,i,...
DrlTllif Park. June Exf to July 4ih. Inlulr- V..r
proKraniuj. wru I). L. IUH, (secretary, Culciuo.
tWHltsi-LlMf rr w II In atta hnd to tlin .)...
train at Cairo, III. It will l- ready for occupancy
at S p; m , June IS Kate per berth, l (VI, Appll
ration fur berth kould ha nm.ii. m I v u .......
(ien'l We-tern ram. Agent, Manche er, iowa, on
or iM-iore j une mm .
Wflrkeu will be void tn n.lnn nn ... K..r...
Thursday. Ju'y 6, to lnclud the train of that day.
Attention la railed to the fact Ibat the Evening
Train out of Chlraa uip only at certain point
outh of KfflnKh-.ni, and no other nop will he
nuiie nir jiarm uoiOILg fcxcur-'no Tlrket
J. Y. H'Ch EH, A.H.HANhO.
1 rtrtlr Manager. (!..n 1'... in.,.
J. K. MKKHY.Oen. We.tern I'aM. Atfeut. Man-
Our wajrons arc now delivcriujf the
DISTILLED rATEK JCE
to all parts of the city.
We Holirit your tmtroiiaire ami asnure
you that we will nerve you regularly
bsoliitely Pure Ice!
guarantee full weights at all
I It It CWT.
Delivered 100 lbs. ami uiiwiml, 40c.
1 fjjivri ed lea than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at
our Factory, or
Teltihoiie No. tU.
Everybody' is invited to
come and see the model Ice
Ik Distilled U Ice Mfg. Co,
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATER,
146 and 118 Comraor-1
clal Avenue, (
)RV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Hue of nil tho latum, nuwi -t color
and quality, and beat uiauiifacture.
OA It PUST DKI'AJITMKN V.
Hodv BrnMi'l", Tipeilrle. Ii graiii, Oil
Clotun, A.., Jtc.
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