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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 15, m
The Daily Bulletin.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Moliretln ihiieoiumn, irM enu p Una foi
IntkndtT enta par Una Mcb eubaequent tnior
lion. Knr on wwik. WleonU pr Una. For on
mouth. 0 east par Una
For Sale or Trade.
A first clj property coimitttiog of 3 xrw,
itrdcn, etc., a Kod dwellin-noune, a utore
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice bouse,
cora crib, amoke-house. well, cistern, etc.,
ntOteenSeld Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange tor Cairo property.
I DK'an business. Coma and see me.
Suit of Rooms fur Bout
consisting of back and front parlors, suita
ble for sleeping rooms, 2d Amir of Winter's
Block; larj,'e airv, and finely finished.
Southern exposure; wx windows; ventila
tion excellent. For particulars enquire at
the Armnoton Hocbk. lw
As a successful result of close applica
tion to business, our readers are relerred to
the large manufacturing establishment and
agency of Henry Breilian, corner 4th and
Commercial. Ilia business has grown stead
ily since lie started and every year has seen
lame ad litiona to his buildings, machinery
and the number of men employed, in order
to meet the wants of his increasing trade,
lie not only manufacturea Seltzer and
Soda water, but is also agent tor Apolio and
Sheboygan Spring waters, Cincinnati Beer
and Ph. Best Milwaukee Beer. This Beer
he handles in kegs and bottles for export,
and shipments will be found from bis place
on every train going East, North, South,
West and up and down tho rivers, while bis
city trade in Beer and Soda is simply im
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 193 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 miles from railroad station.
E. A. BcnsETT.
Farm hands; wages $15.00 per month.
Apply to H.J, Deal & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A tew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
For Rut or Sale.
Oae of the moat desirable residences at
Villa RidgA. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, 111.; also piano
for sale. 67-1 m
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, ti per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Kite's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
MwE a woman in another column near
Spm's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sper'a Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the ue of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
'oot m ibt toiamoa, in earn par una,
ruh antoB and whether marked or oat, if calcu
lated to fuwtrd any man biutneM InureM are
-More Bugs at Miller's. 2t
Justice Rtbinaon went to Elco yester
dry. Mr. E. A. Burnett left yesterday for
"Babes in the Woods." The Pulaaki
county coroner's jury.
Misses Grace Hewitt and Laura Ren
nie are visiting friends in Metropolis.
A barge load of rock was unloaded
yesterday just above the ferry landing.
"It may be for years and it may be
lorever." The Pulaski county coroner's
An order for a f 40.00 fall suit of cloth
es given away. For particulars inquire at
Teichman's Billiard Parlor. 8u-4t
Mrs. W. F. Pitcher and daughter,
Fanny, were taken very sick oa Thursday
last with bilious malaria fever.
A train load of eight new Texas and
St. Louis lngirage cars are awaiting ship
mcntiu the Illinois Central yards.
Great bargains in Ladies and Misses'
Slippers; also in Men's Summer Wear. We
mean business. Block & Koehler. 2t
The usual services will be held to-day
at the Episcopal, the Lutheran, Methodist,
St. Patrick and Presbyterian churches.
Another squad of young men are
about to leave Mound City for Plum Point,
to engage on the government works there.
Six or eight young men, bods of prom
inent citizens here, will be among the new
atteudants at the Chester Military Academy
Andrew Lohr'a Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleaaant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
A break in a large fly wheel caused
the Singer Works to lay idle yesterday.
The damago will be repaired in time to
start again Monday.
Walden, Mo., was considerably dam
aged by a hurricane Thursday night. And
Car mi wus visited by a severe blow Friday
night, which destroyed several house.
Mound City's city council paid ouly
$050 in biibea to members of the lato
'Dirty-third" general asaeinbly to bare its
8,000 bill passed. Mound City's council
knows a thing or two about Republican
general assemblies. It knows that "sugar"
Is a very potent factor in Republican legis
lation, and this knowledge and its prsctica
application has benefitted Mound City to
the extent of seven thousand and fifty dol
lars over and above "expenses" within the
last few months. Cairo might profit by her
shrewd little sister's example.
Services will be held in the Presbyte
rian church at the usual hours. The even
ing service, which begins at 8 o'clock, will
be a song service. Rev. B. Y. George will
Green Phelps and Mr. Litle who wero
the principals to a set-to at fists at the
Union depot Friday evening were fined
each $5 and costs by Magistrate Comings
In addition to the fino display of "sil
ver, gold and precious stones" in tho win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth studying. tf
Last evening's rain fall was heavy,
though of but short duration. It measured
only .16 of an inch. That during Friday
evening was .05 and that of Friday night
about the same.
The physician who was employed by
the coroner's jury to examine and report
upon the wounds inflicted by the mob upon
the body ol Nelson Howaad, denies that
the negro was shot at all.
An earthquake did occur yesterday
morning about 2:15 o'clock. It was lelt
by dozens of persons who assert postively
that it occurred. It eitended nearly to
Paducah, but did no damage.
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, 4.00 per thousand, at The Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing fl.00 per thousand extra. Linen or rcg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
The old Mississippi continues to cut
badly at Commercial Point, this county,
and Mr. James Summerwell has been call
ed upon by the citizens in the vicinity
there to move their house beyond the reach
of the capacious maw of the rapacious stream
Mr. Foster, who has already lost several
buildings, is compelled to have two more
moved further inland in order to save them.
Through the courtesy of Mr. P. W.
Barclay we came into possession of a copy
of the catalogue issued recently by the
Pennsylvania Military Academy, and,
among other interesting matters, we notice
in it that W. P. Halliday, Jr., of this city,
graduated at the bead of his class aud re
ceived the jrrade of honor, and his name
appears first upon the "General Merit R ill
Golconda Ilerald : "As a party of col
ored folks were returning to Anna, from
celebrating the Fourth at Cairo, a young
mulato named Perry, was playtully slapped
in the face while he slept, by an old colored
man. He woke in anger and swore he
would kill the old man before night. Later
the old man fell asleep, and taking a dirk
from his pocket. Perry kissed the blade
and plunged it to the heart of the old nun
as he slept, and jumping from the truck,
escaped. His victim died almost in
-If the Atlantic cable hadn't brought
the news that several Orangemen were
clubbed in Stonebridge, by Irishman who
wear the green, few in this country would
have remembered that the 12th of July
just past is Orangemen's day. On this an
niversary twelve years ago there wss a
sanguinary riot in the city of New York, in
which a number of men were killed. Col.
Jim Fisk, Jr., commanding the Twenty
second regiment, covered himself with
glory by getting clubbed on the let? and
beating a hasty retreat, through the back
door of a saloon, to Long Branch that day.
The idea of a Mississippi improve
ment convention is a good one. Not be
cause the congressmen who are opposed to
the improvement of the river will attend the
convention and be converted by the speech
es ot the people's delegates, lor the proba
bility is, very few of them will take that
much trouble. It is likely, however, that
the gathering of a large body of the rep
resentative men of the great Mississippi
Valley at the capital of the nation, while
congress is in session, will make such an
impression as will reach aud influence the
men who oppose improvement, without
their personal attendance at the convention.
In compiling the early history of Alex
ander county the gentlemen who have for
some months been employed at that work
found that for a considerable period covered
by their history the counties of Alexander
and Pulaski were one county. This fact
and also because tho publisher thought
that tho subscription in Union county, for
a volume continuing the history of that
and Alexander counties only, would not
reach tho number it ought, the publishers
have decided to include tho history of Pu
laski county in ono volume with thoso of
Alexander and Union counties. This will
increase the aizu of tho volume to about
twelve hundred pages, four hundred of
which will bo devoted to Pulaski county.
The book will be correspondingly more
valuable to subacribers, but the subscrip
tion price will not bo raised.
The coroner's Jury in tho case of Nelson
Howard, convened again at Mound City
yesterday morning. Several witnoaaes from
Cairo wero examined as to the nature of the
reports current here on the
night of tho lynching and
with a view to ascertaining who
the authors were; but nothing deflnito was
olicited and tho jury adjourned again until
next Tuesday, when five or six more wit
ncsses will bo examined. As yet the jury
has not obtained one iota of proof upon
which it could base even a recommendation
for an indictment, and the investigation Is
rapidly dwindling down to a mere farce, in
which half a dozen ignorant negroes are
"assertin' their rights" as free Americau
citizens, in dragging their white fellow
citizen before them from distant parts of
their own to adjoining counties, putting
them to expense and inconveni
ence, merely to subject them
to a scries of silly cross Questions
put in an offensively overbearing and die
tutorial manner. The Howard jury is rap
idly developing into a rival for theatar route
trial or the Tliirty-third general assembly,
and with these, will form a trinity of "Re
publican institutions" that will hold a prom
inent place in history, butonly to produce a
severe attack of nausea whenever a reader
shall venture to "tackle" it.
The tax on matches ceased last Mon
day and the price of ordinary lucifers sud
denly dropped from f 1.50 down to 50 ceuts
a gross. Parlor matches are quoted at
from 75 cent3 to 3 at wholesale. At re
tail tbcro has been a corresponding drop,
tho box which used to cost a nickel beini,'
sold for a cent in places where that humble
coin circulates. During the first few days
after the reduction took elTect the demand
upon the factories was greater than they
could supply. People who deal in the
goods had been letting stocks run down to
the lowest notch and the consequence was
big orders came in with such rapidity dur
ing the first of the week that the factory
price was advanced to 75 cents. This had
the effect to check the sales slightly and
the price will probably drop again soon.
One would hardly expect that the removal
of the tax from so cheap an article as
matches would make very much difference
in the consumption,.but the manufacturers
say it will and that hereafter there will te
an immense increase in the number used.
Some people can't do anything quietly.
Willi them even every act and every word
must be done for, and spoken to, the pub
lic, to satiate thoroughly their unbounded
egotism. Of such are the uncontrollable of
'Pinch" and also, to some extent, those of
the "barracks," near the Mississippi levee.
In the latter place Mr. and Mrs. Washing
ton differed in their respective opinions
with reference to a little matter of purely
government concern, and forthwith the
world must be apprised of it by their
very fluent use of a cataract of weighty,
material arguments, which caused a crim
son flood. It is said that George gave
Mrs Washington three trade dollars to go
and buy marketing; that she couldn't pais
them; that George got drunk; that then
Mrs. Washington had sarcastically askod
George if he had gotten drunk on trade
dollars, because ot his disappointment at a
total failure in an attempt to define the
properties, characteristics and aver
age longivity of Pulaaki county
coroner's jury; that George then
got mad and "slugged" Mrs. Washing
ton, and that Mrs. Washington thereupon
had George arrested. All this may be
true. At any rate, it is safe to conclude,
no marriage can be truly happy where hus
band and wife undertake to discuss the na
tion's finances, or "monkey" with a Pulaski
county coroner's jury, even in thought.
Mound City has a very fair prospect of
a little boom before many weeks. Since
Captain Ilalliday came into possession of
the ways there, there is a promise that they
will be operated more constantly than be
fore and that between seventy-five and a
hundred men will find constant employ
ment. The ways are now occupied by a
wharf-boat from below here and
about thirty men are at work
making the repairs. Mr. G. F.
Meyer, the moneyed man of Mound City,
and his associate Mr. Ellis, from Indiana,
will contribute largely toward the "boom"
by the establishment of their large furni
ture factory. The building that will be
occupied is the north eud of the Stokes
House, which was about going to ruin,
but has been repaired extensively and
made substantial to bear up nnder the
weight of machinery that will soon be
heard in every part of ita thrco spacious
floors. Messrs. Meyer & Ellis expect to
have their factory in full blast by August
15th and employ about one hundred men.
Tho work to bo dono on tho levee, for
which the contract has already been let,
will also employ from fifty to seventy-five
men, while another force will be needed to
finish the government road. There are
other Bigna of prospective properity, but
those mentioned will suffice to provo that
tho people there are not speculating on
Tho Cincinnati Commercial, in defend
ing the outlet plan of river improvement,
asks what would bo the effect of tho lower
ing of the Oulf of Mexico two feet! The
distance from St. Louis to the mouth of the
Mississippi is 1,!J00 miles and the fall in
high-water. 408 feet. Tho lowering of the
gulf by two feet would increase tho fall to
410 feet. If tho theory of that journal
woro correct, that tho whole length of the
river is affected by the conditions at its
mouth, the effect of this change would be
Infinitesimal. Tho cutting off of any ono
of several bends between this city and tho
mouth would increase tho fall per mile
more than the lowering of the supposod
owurimt of the gult, If tho Mississippi
wero plunged over a fall at its mouth as
high as Niagara it would still overthrow
its banks at points above. Every observer
is familiar with the phenomenon of streams
having frequent falls, and sluggish currents
between, overflowing their bauks on occa
sions of sudden and great rises. It is a
dull logic which does not comprehend that
the shortening of the river by cutting off
even a half dozen of its principal bends
would affect more than all tho outlets all
the visionaries propofo. An air line from
St. Louis to the mouth of, the Mississippi
would be ouly 700 miles long, instead of
1,300, as the channel now runs. If the
river were straightened it would rush like
a mill tail to the gulf, and overflows would
probably never be heard of. It is not im
probable that h combination of the short
ening with the jetty ing plan will yet solve
the great question of river improvement.
A LETTER FROM THAT FAVORITE SUMMER
HES011T TO THE 1'ADL'CAH (KY.) NEWS.
Dixon SriUNos, III , July 10. I prom
ised before I left Paducah that you should
hear from me in my Summer wanderings,
and my first letter, as you will observe
from the date line, is from this charming
Summer Paradise. I do believe that of all
the Springs and watering places I ever vis
ited this is the most del'ghtful. It is easy
of access too. A few hours' journey by
boat to Golconda, a pleasant drive ovei
good roads, for a couple of hours longer
and behold you are here. I had no idea
that such pure, cool air, pucIi a variety
of interesting scenery and such a cozy,
comfortable home in the Summer could ad
be realized so near our own doors. Nature
has dealt with this beautiful place with the
most liberal hand, High hills, or more
properly speaking small mountain ranges,
Burround me on every side as I write, while
nestled in this miniature valley is the com
fortable hostlery of that prince of land
lords, Mr. Jos, E. Lemcn and his estimable
wife. The house itself is a rambling, pic
turesque sort of a structure, wi;h some 40
rooms, all on tho ground and connected
with each other by wide and breezy veran
dahs. The appointments of the establish
ment are perfect, and its table all thtt the
most fastidious gourmand could ask. Old
visitors, on their return here, will find that
many improvements have been introduced.
Two new buildings have been erected, ad
ding much to the convenience and comfort
of the guests; a fish pond and artificial
lake have been constructed, the croquet
grounds have been remodeled, the bath
house enlarged, improved and a new spring
opened. This last is strongly impregnated
with sulphur and possesses valuable medic
inal qualities. There are five springs in all
one sulphur, three chalybeate, and one
freestone. The water of the last named is
as cold as ice.
I am particularly well impressed with the
excellencies of these mineral waters and
have no hesitation in pronouncing them
fully equal in healthful qualities to those
of any springs I have ever visited, and I
have seen most of the noted ones.
In the way of scenery one can find all
kinds within a half-hour's walk, and the
visitors should by no means neglect visit
ing the water-fall, a most charmingly pic
turesque spot. The water, pure as crystal,
comes tumbling down over the rocks and
the surroundings are indescribably roman
tic. There are at this time about 40 guests
staying here at the Springs and all express
themselves as more than delighted with
Ixith their treatment and surroundings.
Among them are Mesdatnes Weil and
Colin, of Paducah, Mrs. Porter and family
and Mr. Robt. Brannan and family, all of
Evansville; Mr. McFadden, of Louisiana,
Mo., and others names I would mention did
not my rapidly decreasing space admonish
me that I must bring this rambling letter
to a close.
Before doing so, however, I desire to say
to Paducahans and the reBt of the world
generally tht in visiting distant Summer
resorts they miss it badly. Dixon Springs
are by far the most pleasant resort I know
of and any one could spend a week or a
month of the heated term here very pleas
antly and profitably. The terms are ex
ceedinglp reasonable. In tact living Is
cheaper here than in cities. The hunting
and fishing in the neighborhood is superb,
and everything calculated to increase tho
comfort and enjoyment ot the visitors is to
be found in abundance. Ranoer.
Experiments at a Paris Hospital.
Somct reniiirkiibli! results, ne ion line-
to M. i urrot, lmvu been obtained at the
"Hospital dos Kniants-Assistes" of
Pari, in foiling didicato infants with
liases' milk. Many of theinfaiitsbroivht
totlmt hospital havi'diseu.ses which for
bid their being suckled by nurses, ami
for these the bottle was r'o.sortod to; in
jpito, however, of nil possiblo enro, the
oudoavor to foster such small vital fom
as these children .possessed proved of
littlo avail, and direct application to tho.
udder of an animal prosonted tho best
recourse. At lirsl tho Infants wero thus
fed with goats' milk, but it was soon
found that assus'tnilk was grout ly pre
ferable, mid all are now foil with ihnt '
jno, two, sonmtiincs even thron Infants'
being held to the creaturo'u udders at,',
jnou, tho nurses doing this with groat'
jnso, and tho good results of the treat-'
nient being evident from the figures';
jriven. Thus, during six months, eighty-!
lix Infants having (Mingoiiital it ml i-ou-i
tagious diseases wero treated in the bos-i
pilal nursery; of tho first six, foil with1
jowb' milk in feeding-bottles, only ono
was cured ; of forty-two fed at the goat's
idder, eight wore cured, while tidily,
(our died; of thirty-eight foil at the ttsV(
idder, twenty-eight have been eured,
tvhilo mix bavo died.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PREMISES. We hare a larce
STOCK of k
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHLORALUM, (JIR0NDIN, ;
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
, 1. i Mil tk m
Police Id thta ralnmn thru.. !(.,.. ... i
oPBlDHartion or $l.l) pi r week.
L1OKSAI.K.--llletiks,Cljattai Murunitu., Social
Job office 78 Ohio Levee
eo'lntrw iiImtm ff ft
..n Ih. V .
jtUi;b Road: hm adwellliiu or .1 roomi; good null,
Ac. I'rlcB f 4MI. AIo an acre In rnlilvatmn i-i,....
liv. lludir.- Mineral Snrinm ATM rinlv U nf i in I la
dulant. M. J. llMWLUY. Heal Eaiatu Aii,t.
EW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN 'PI IK. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU fe CO..
Cor. Nineteenth strut
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholcnalo Dealor in loo.
ICKUYTHK CAIt LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Lo.kIs n Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and LeTee,
Ono of th! ;o rufous now open cars of
tlio Third iivcini line was pissing
amoothly tlirou'li Chatham Ktruut ut
u(on. Tho driver's facts was docoraU'd
Vith a f'ood-niituri'd ninile.
Id tho middlo of :t Mock ho suddenly
applied his hrnke and violently brought
thu car to a stamUtill. Tho ifffect upon
tlio passengers was norel. They coasted
alonjj the smooth, longitudinal seats to
wards the end of thu car. A thin man
was squeezed against the end of one seat
until his lireastboiiu looked like the end
il a scythe, ami the ohesity of a fat man
in the end of the other seat was balloon
ed into tho upper part of his body.
The driver seemed to he unaware of
the trouble he had created. Tho cause
of his conduct was soon apparent. As
soon as tho car stopped ho turned and
looked -toward the paveilieut. A smile
of great breadth niyl sweetness played
around his mouth. Ho took off his bat
tered bat, flourished it with ceremonious
courtesy, smiled more sweetly and
broadly and said:
"How do, Charley? Wheroyou been?"
Charley was standing near the curb
Uone with a youny; woman. "Jest kim
over the bridge," lie responded.'
"Where' ro you going?"
"Up the Bowery, wood day."
"(iood day," said the driver, as he
smiled with increased liberality and
bowed with more elaborateness. Tho
conductor had rung the bell violently
during tho driver's little exchange of
courtesies. He now jelled:
"What div yer mane to sthop in tho
middle av the block aud spake t yer
ladifrinds? (to wan, now, or I'll re
paart yc to the company!"
The driver looked around nt the con
ductor with great coolness, smiled, doll
ed his hat with almost as llHU'll polite
ness as he had used upon his friend
(-'barley, said: "Certainly, sir," bestow
ed a glance of serene good nature upon
tne jiassengers and slarteil tho horses.
vw York Sun.
Mrs, Lang'.ry's Stockings.
I was making some purchases Thurs
day afternoon at a Broadway store when
my oyes fell upon thndivliie'liillle Lang
try at the hosiery counter. Sho was in
vcarch of a box of bliick hose, and in
considerable doubt ns to tho proper hI.o.
"If you will permit me to hold tho foot
of the stocking to your closed hand I can
judge if tho si.e Is right," suggested tho
dapper clerk. The Lily glanced nt him
searchiugly, to see If he was In earnest,
nndthen, with all tho coyness of u
schoolgirl, nIio drew her hand from a
coquettish Hale pocket in the side of her
wrap, and extending it hesitatingly with
n quiver in tho lingers, let it drop sud
denly at last Into tho clerk's outstretch
d palm. Her hand Is certainly largo,
luit is plump and pink and pretty, and
tho grace with which It was extended
was worthy of Mudjeska. You onn't
think of rose leaves while looking at tho
fair digit, but it will suggest pink sea
shells and round balls of golden butter
lying to cool In the clover that has
grown up around tho well-curb. I was
ungnllant enough to gltitico on tho box
for tho slo of tho hosiery, and the fig
ure woro "!)J." New l'oi'k .Sfur.
74 OHIO LEVEE
and (or. 8th & Wash. Ave.
Manufacture aud Dealer In
lh Street, between t'om'l Ave. ud Ltvee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KI?i)S O? AMC.NITlON.
Wei llajalred. All Klnda ol Kwt Made.
in. h. imi. Euaairr. atrn.
Grand Central Store.
CAIKO. - - ILL.
Our wagons are now delivering: the
DISTILLED WATEIi ICE
to all parte of the city.
We solicit yonr patronage and assure
yon that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pare Ice!
We guarantee full weight at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telephone No. 98.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
ait A IN,
(J RAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Ciiiro. -- Illinois.
GOLDSTINE & ROSENWATER,
KuT0"! Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS'
a full line of all tho latent, noweat colon
nd quality, and boat manufacture.
Wodr Brinaola, Tapeitrlci, Inginni, Oil
Ulultii, Ac,, Ac
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thlt t) partmon. occoplm full f!or and
la complete in til ruanecta. Good are
guaranteed ot latoit ityl and beat ma
Ferial. Bottom Prices ana First-class Goods I