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)AILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIKO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APltIL 23, 1881.
Q.EOHGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Kpecinl attention paid to tbo Homeopathic treat
mint nt snriglcal diseases, an (J diseases of women
OHHL'K On lttb street, opposite, tie Post
ofllcu, Cairo, III.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'Olt, ELECTEOVAI'OK snd MKD1CATKD
A lady In attendance.
J)U. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omui No. 130 Commercial Avenne, between
KpMiand NlMh Htreeu
r Ay . vv o jv
rpDE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OniO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
JNTEUPRiSE SAVING DANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOH. W. II DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BROSS. President. I P. NrTFr", Vtcerres'ct
II. WKLbS, Cashier. I T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
p. Bross Ca'ro I William Klune. .Cairo
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
C. M Osterloh ' I C. O 1'atler "
K.A.Bnder " I H. Well '
J. V. Clem'on, Caledonia.',
A GENERAL BANKING BUSISEB8 DONE.
Exchange Bold andboueht. Intereft paid U
the Saving" Department. Collections made and
11 bnalnew promptly attended to.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
haveroceWod full and complete lino
ot new Pall and Yi Inter
I UMLUU UUUUU)
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy utock of Body Bruifela, Taper
tnea and Inuraln
A full Btoclt of Oil Cloths, all ilzei and prlcei.
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Gooris
A full and tompkto atock la now being
closed oo t at great bargaina.
CJootl nt Bottom Prioesl
JJ E. USTOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Strcoi, betweon Com'l Are. and Levoe.
CnOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
lafei Repaired. All Kinds ol Koya M idf ,
Athlohiohob Ih a novel word to most
pul'lo who fiitak tlio Kntrliab laiuruatfe. 'J'ho
CirwkB uetl it ceutTiriwi afo, tuuuiiiiir by It
ATHLornono3 is the first and only
medicine which has carried off the
prize as the perfect remedy for Kheu
uiatism and Neuralgia.
like two relentless tyrants they have for
aire beld tlitir aufferintr vlctiiua In an iron
imp. Tticne poor aullerera have been aa alavea
iu the power ut their opprvsaaora.
AniLOPnoRos haa entered the nrrna, on
iraifral in conflict with the monatera, and won the
victory. As the comiietitora in the Grecian
Kainc of old coulj win only by the mmt aevero truild
d ability and endurance, so Atulopiiohos ha won
tlio prize, not alone by irinnn teiuiwrary rehef, but
l y briiiiriuir an enduriuif cure, aa weU, to those who
have puttered the excruciatilitf atfomea of Khuuiua
ATnLornonos is a novelty, not only
in name, but in its dements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
Attii.ophokos acts on tlio Uood, muscles
and Joint, removing the polwm and add from
tile blood, carrim them out of the system.
Anii-opuoKos is put up with consummate
ftiill. and cnUina uotliijiir thut can poeaibly
luriu the most ck-uuite constitution.
Now, do you want to Buffer on and on?
or do you want to be well 7
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
1 f you cannot get Athlophoros of your dru'
t'lst, we will send it express paid, on receipt of
p-lfular price one dollar p-r bottle. We prefer
tUit you buy It from your drugt'lst, but If ha
h isn't It, do not be rrsu.ided to try Bomelbiiig
eke, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
LUJJiJJA'AUlHIIll f. Hi IHtHmiirilFKUU
When you oomo to think of it, it is not
0.1 i thut liunry pople 1 n fer a pipe to a
citrar. It i handier to Binoke when ilicy
are writinir, ai.il ever so ri.uch cltitt-r.
Ami thrn it m iUcuj the true eeaeuce
aiid flavor of Uie U)l x''i.
'J he inft faoti'houi nuokera anionir all
nations and all cla of n:fii &t that
the tiliarro irro-n nn the Golik-n Tolac-n
Be.t of North Carolina is the ni'wt delic
ti ua and refiind in the world. I.itrhVT
than Turkuh, more fragrant tlian llaraua,
fiwr Inrin nitrates and nicotine than any
other, il i Juxt what the C'litioueeur
praises and the habitual smoker demands.
The very choicest tobacco imiwu
on this lk-H u t'xitrht by bhuk.
well's Iiurham Tobacco Co . and
appears in their celebrated Bull
Iiurtuun SuiokuiK Tobacca Itu
kuown the world over,
(id the jremunc. with Bull
tnde-mark. Uien you will
t-j sure of bavin abso
lutely pure tobacco.
The Kegnlar Cairo & Taducah Daily
IIENRT E. TATLOR. Master.
UEOUOB JOHEa, Clerk.
Leaves Pidacah for C iiro dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Ketarc
ing, leaves Ca.ro at 4 p.m. ; Mound Citv at 5 p.m.
Nasbville, Taducali & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, Smithland, Dveriinre, Eddyvlllc,
Canton, Dover, Clarkeviile and Nashville,
a 15. S. RHEA.
J. S. TTNER....
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
S AV. H. CHERRY.
WM. STR NG M later.
FELIX URASTY -...-.Clerk.
L av e every Fr day mornine nt 10 o'clock, mak
ing clo'fl connections at Nashville with tho L. &
N. K. R. and N. & C. K. K. for all points south,
with thu I'pper Cumberland Packet Co., for all
points for the I'pper Cumberland. For' freight or
paesicc, cpp'.y on board or to W. F. Lamhdin,
PliOrU, GRAIN AND IIAI
Egyptian Flonr ing Mil Is
'liirhest Cash PrJoe Paid for Wbeat.
For Sale bv
! 1 Kt3
VARIKTIKS OP SHAD.
An Old 1'lhlicrman on 1'inlilnff.
"Yes," said an old lishorman at Glou
ccHter, "I'm an old slni'lileror I wouldn't
ho her.) awuiuir far shad llics. Tho
season's a coiniiieticiti' and we're (;it
titt' 'em from Oitroliny now, 11.50 a
pieco and soon up and down, aeeordin'
to si.n. Shad don't t,'U tip hero nforo
the last of April. You'll know it by
Ihe shad llios. Just as soon as you boo
them btizzin' around you'll smell tho
fried roe. Yes, I used to bo a regular
professional shaddur. Why, bless you,
I've been a-shaddin' up tho Amazon
River, but the regular shad business is
on our coast, and if you'll git on tho
old Dominion steamers bound for Flor
ida in tho Full you'll find tho stcera''o
full of shaddets p;oin' down for tho
season rouirh lookin' men to seo, but
tlio solid fjrit of Jersey, Tniladelphy
and Connecticut, and, though they go
half rates, they often have a thousand
dollars' worth of soius and shad nets
aboard. They divides up generally,
some goiu' to tho St. Marys and tho
rest to the St. Johns. This is about as
far South as they git, as just below
there is no regular way of shippin'
North. Shad lishin' in tho St. Johns
commences about December 1, and I
csn tell you it's lively thoro for a few
"Shad nro a curious fish and hard to
git at, but I'vo seen 'em rise to a fly
just like a trout. Tho Government has
Bpent a good many thousand dollars in
trying to introduco 'em into Connecti
cut waters, where they are, of course,
found to sonio extent, but mills and
factories of various kinds drivo 'em
out. There's one kind of a shad called
tho Gizzard, that the lirst I ever caught
nearly scairt the life out of me. I got
a littlo seino round about 200, and tho
minute I got 'em above water there
commenced tho dtirndcst whirriu' and
whizzin' vou ever heard. First 1
thought somethin' was aflyiu' over
head, but it was them fish, every ono
of 'em talkiu' away for dear life. I
felt more like chuekin' of 'cm back.
You can tell 'em by the spine on their
backs. But tho liuest shad, in tho
world," continued the old man, getting
up and opening a box, "is the Jew
fish. There is ono of tho scales," ho
added, handing out a magnificent scale
as lare as the open palm and gleam
ing like a new silver dollar. "There
ain't one man out of ten but what
reckons that tho silver is poured on to
it; but it ain't, and is as natural as
life. But tlio fish why just imagine
a fish six to eight feet long, shaped like
a shad and Llnzin' all over with them
silver scales. When they jump out of
the water they're like a Btreak of moon
light coming through a keyhole.
They're so powerful that there's only
ono man in tho United States that has
ever shown the smrit to catch one with
a rod and line. Ills name is Jones and
ho lives in Philadelphia. In tho St
Johns, when a Jew fish takes hold,
why, you want to haul in the anchor
and let go, and ho'll haul you for all
he's worth. I've Been ono" tip over a
small boat. And jump! Why, they
jump into tho air twenty leet. Xso,
they ain't up to a shad in way of taste,
the" flesh bein' a little coarser, but you
wouldn't call Jew flesh bad, I can tell
"Sou!h American shad were a shad.
The natives call 'cm Picunras and they
shoot them with bow and arrows. Tho
first time I ever saw 'em I was up tho
Amazon on a tradin' schooner, and
when we worked up into a narrow
branch of a river wo camo to a sort ol
a village of fishermen. Seein' ono of
the boats goin' out I asked if I couldn't
go along. They didn't have a sign of
a hook nothiu but bow and arrows.
They pulled or paddled for about an
hour, bringin' the boat into a largo
shallow lake, ami it wasn't long aforo
they sighted a fish by tho ripplo on tho
water. In another minute one of the
men had put an arrow into it, and a
fish that I'll tako my oflidavy was
twelve foot long lept into the air find
camo down with such a crash you'd
thought tho wave would have tipped
tho canoe over, but oft' it went, we af
ter it, and the chap in tho bow a send
in' in arrows whenever hegot a chance,
until four or live was a stickin' out of
ho water. After a while we got along
sido and they put a spear into it and
held on by the rope, and the way that
fish towed us was a caution. I thought
the cuss never would give up, but at
last they got him into shoal water.
And how do you supposo they got him
into tho boat ? Why, all hands tum
bled out, got overboard, and the canoe
was sunk and tho fish floated in and
then sho was bailed out. That beat
all the labor saving machines I ever
Bee. Them ycller chaps was actually
too lazy to lift tho fish. It was a rouser,
though, and weighed nigh on to 500
pounds, with scales liko steel armor.
They never git up this way it's too
far but United States shad is good
enough for me," ho ndded, in con
clusion. Philadelphia Times.
A deaf old fellow, charged with steal
ing a hog, was arraigned before a
court Tho jury, without leaving tho
box, returned a verdict of guilty. "Old
man," said his lawyer, "the jury says
you aro guilty." "Hay?" "Tho jury
Bays you aro guilty," shouting in his
ear. "In what degree?" "Thero aro
no dogrees in a Btealingcase." "llay?"
"There are no degrees." "Guilty all
over, am I?" "Yes." "Hay?" "Yes,"
yelling at tho top of his voice. "Well,
that's what I told you at first, but you
said you could clear me. Wish now
that I had got tho jude to defend me.
Will get him next timo." Arkansuio
Miss Maria Mason, of Elkton, Md.,
haa broken off her engagement with her
betrothed, because the latter wished to
postpone their wedding nntll tho bill
reducing tho prico of marriage licenses
should become a law. Tlio present
rato is 4.50, and tho proposed law ro
duccsittoGO cents. It has not yet
passod tho Legislature, however.
A TR1GIC EVENT.
A Father's Despair and Self-inflicted
ueain. iu8 80h'h Final Rescue,
Too Late to Save His rarest.
The graphic occurrence that is described
below is one of the most remarkable eni-
e dei in the domestic history of America.
It la absolute truth which can readily be
The inhabitants of the pleasant town of
Cortland, N. Y., were shocked one morning
by the announcement that Mr. Clinton
Rindge, one of their moat prominent citi
zens, had committed suicide. The news
spread rapidly and aroused the entire
neighborhood where Mr. Rindge was so
well and favorably knewn. At first it
seemed impossible that any one so quiet
and domestic could do so rash a deed, aod
the enquiry was heard on every side aa to
tho cause. The facts as developed on In
vestigation proved to be as follows:
Mr. Rindge was domestic in his tastes
and took the greatest enjoyment in the so
ciety of his children and pride in their
development. And indeed he had good
reason to be proud for they gave promise
of long lives of success and usefulness. But
an evil day came. His youngest son, Will
iam, began to show signs of an early decay.
Ho felt unusually tired each day, and
would sometimes slerp the entire afternoon
if permitted to do bo. His head pained
him, not acutely, but with a dull, heavy
feeling. There was a sinking sensation at
the pit of bis stomach. He lost all relish
for food and much of his interest for things
about him. He tried manfully to overcome
these feelings, but they seemed stronger
than his will. He began to lose flesh rap
idly. The father became alarmed and con
sulted physicians as to the cause of his son's
illness, but they were unable to explain.
Fnally severe sores broke out on his arms
and ho was taken to Buffalo where a pain
ful operation was performed resulting in
the loss of much blood but affording little
relief. The young man returned home and
a council of physicians were called. After
an exhaustive elimination they declared
there was no hope of final recovery and
that he must die within very a few days.
To describe theaj,'ony which this announce
ment caused the father would be impossi
ble. His mind failed to grasp its full
meaning at first; then finally seemed to
comprehend it, but thelad was too great
In an agony of freenzy he seized a knife
and took bis own life, preferring death
rather than to survive his idolized son. At
that time William Rindge was too weak to
know what wb9 transpiring. His face had
turned black, bis breath ceased entirely at
times, and his friends waited for his death
believing that the fiend Bright 's disease of
tlio kidneys, from which he was suffering,
could not bo removed. Id this supreme
moment William's sister came forward and
declared she would make a final attempt to
save her brother. The doctors interposed,
assuring her it was useless and that she
would only hasten the end by the means
she proposed to employ. But she was firm,
and . putting all back, approached her
brother's eide and administered a remedy
which she fortunately had on hand. With
in an hour he seemed more easy, and be
fore the day was over he showed signs of
decided improvement. These favorable
signs continued, and to-day William B.
Rindge Is well, having been virtually raised
from the head through the marvelous pow
er of Warner's Safe Cure, as can be really
verified by any citizen of Cortland.
Any one who reflects upon the facta
above described must have a feeling of
sadness. The father, dead by his own
hand, supposing his eon's recovery to be
impossible; the son restored to health to
mourn the loss of his father and tho agoniz
ed relatives with a memory of sadness to
forever darken their lives. Had Clinton
Rindge known that his son could recover
he would to-day be alive and happy, but
the facts which turned his brain and caused
him to commit suicide were such as any
one would accept as true.
However sad this case may bo, the truth
remains that thousands of people are at
this moment in as great actual peril as Wil
liam Rindge and in as great danger of
causing misery if not death to his friends.
Liver and kidney diseases are become tho
most common and most dangerous of any
or all modern complaints. They are the
most deceptive in their beginnings and
horrible in their fiual stages. They are
far more deceptive than Consumption, and
can rarely be detected even by skillful
physicans unless a microscopic analysis be
resorted to, and few doctors understand
how to do this. Their slighest approach,
or possibility of approach should strike ter
ror to the one who is threatened ai well as
to all his or her friends. These diseases
have no distinct symptoms, but come in the
form of lassitude, loss of appetite, aching
niuscles and joints, dull headaches, pains
in the back, stomach and chest, sour
stomach, recurring signs of cold, ftregular
pulsation of the heart, nnd frequent diz
ziness. If neglected, theso symptoms aro
certain to run into chronic kidney and'liver
or Bright's disease, from which there is
sure to be a great amount of agony and only
one means of escape, which is by the use
of Warner's Safe Cure. The importance of
taking this great remedy upon the slighest
appearance of any of the above symptoms
cannot be too strongly impressed upon tho
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death and psin and prolong life with all Its I
pleasures and blessings. J
W. F. LAVBD1H. river ertltnrnf r,i lim .
and steamboat passenger agent. Ordera for all
kinds of steamboat loh urlntlnir .Aiiriiu.i m.
at Uowor'a European IJotel. No. 1i Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port it 0 "p. m. 37 feet 11 inches and fail
Chattanooga, April 23. River 10 feet 0
nch snd falling.
Cincinnati, April 23. River 17 feet 10
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 23. River 8 feet
8 inches and rising.
Nashville, April 22 -River 18 ft 7 inches
Pittsburg, April 23. River 5 feet 1 in
ch and falling.
Bt Louis, April 23. River 28 ft 2 inch
es and falling.
The Buckeye State from Cincinnati ar
rived here at 9 :30 last night and departed
for Memphis early this morning. She
had a good trip.
The weather still continues chilly and
disagreeable; very favorable to populating
grave yards, and making business lively for
The St. Louis Republican of yesterday
says it is rumored that the St. Louis & St.
Paul Packet Company have purchased the
R. R. Springer, of the Big 0 Line, and also
that Commodore Davidson has his eye on
two other elegant passenger steamers for
the sstne trade.
The Wyoming from New Orleans is due
fer Cincinnati to-day. She has the largest
rooms of any boat in the Ohio river.
The Thomss Sherlock from Cincinnati is
due to-morrow for New Orleans.
Not much business on the levee yester
The Ella Kimbrough will not give up
her new trade, although bIio had rough ex
perience the first trip but still made seme
money. She wiu no go. farther than Tus
cumbia on the Osage . River next ttip, and
loaves early next week,
'The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Cairo, Paducah and Sbawneetowo. 6he
will arrive here to-morrow night..
The Anchor Line Packet, Arkansas City,
is dae this evening for Vicksburg.
The City of New Orleans leaves St. Lsuii
this evening for the Crescent City.
The Andy Bautu left Memphis at 0 p.m
yesterday, and is due here early to-mor
row merning for Cincinnati.
The U. P. Schenck is on her way from
New Orleans to Cincinnati, and will arrive
Capt. Hi. Davis was in town yesterday.
He came after supplies for his boat which
is now at James Bayou for tho purpose gf
towing a lot of logs to Helena, where she
has a large contract for towing lumber here
for shipment Esst by rail.
Remember the 1st of May the round trip
excursion rates will be opened and stand
good until 1st of June from Cairo to Cin
cinnati. Return tickets $12. For particu
lars see Passenger Agent W. P. Lambdin.
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville will
report here to-morrow morning, and is ad
vertised to leave at 10 a. m. same day.
Walter Wright, formerly of this place,
but now a resident of Maunita, Fla., and
also Harry Green, of this city, late with G.
D. Williamson, returned yesterday via rail.
Mr. Wright gives a glowing description of
his home in the land of oranges and alli
gators. Harry Green says that Florida is a
great country and can produce more fleas
to the square inch than any other country
on the globe.
A Western editor has Bpent six years
writing a book entitled, "How to test glue.'
An easy subject to stick to; but in the pre
face he says however he knows no better
remedy for cough and colds produced by
sedentary habits than Dr. Bull's Cough
It Is a hnrmloss vegetable synin, very delicious to
the taste. Relieves at once ana Is a positive cure,
WINTER end BRONCHIAL COUCH
arc cured by this excellent remedy.
Dirtdiont in in languagn accompany nry botth.
ALL DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, STOIKACH,
Liver, Bowel" nnd Kldnevs: for all diseases nrljfln.
atlnK In Impairment of tin" blood.au Aim'inla, Silik
Headache, Nervniunen8, Female Weaknesses. Liver
Complaint, l)vrwla, Jaundice, Ulllousncss snd
Kidney Diseiiwi, this mediclus Is absolutely sure.
This medicine does ii"t contain any mineral, Is ab
solutely eretlle, restores the blood to a healthy
condition, reijulmlritf einssrs and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
JXrectivtu in ten languagn accompany stwy bullU,
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
TOH BALI BY ALL DHUOQISTB.
For Sale bv
PAUL Gt. SCHUH,
Snecial Acts, in this city.
i 50r B,e clleRp' at corncr 17tb Wwh
S! ' Dm bu,ldiDS aboye th9 Po8t"
Household Goods at Auction!
Will be sold at auction at residence of W.
F. Pitcher, corner 25th and Sycamore
Streets, Wednesday, 10 o'clock a. rn., 23d
inst, Household and Kitchen Furniture
consisting of 1 large base-burner stove, 2
heating and 1 cooking stoves, 1 wardrabe,
1 book case; parlor set including sofa and
chairs; dining room furniture, tables, dish
es, etc. articles too numerous to mention.
Sale positive and without reserve. 19-4t
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets, Ac, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 01m Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Uuckien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cutu.
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
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Advice to Motliers.
Aro you disturbed at nitrht and br-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhtea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tne taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nursea and physicians in the United States,
and is for Bale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
As when slio was Young".
"I have used Parker's Hair Bilsam and
like it better than anv similar nrenaratinn
I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen Perry, wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Coldbrook Springs,
Mass. "My hair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of the Balsam has re
stored the softness, and the brown color it
had when I was vountr not a single rrrav
hair left. Since I began applying the Bal
sam my hair has stopped falling out, and I
noa tnat it is a pertectly harmless and
The torments of rheumatism and neural
gia have rendered burdensome the lives ot
thousands of persons surrounded by every
thing that could conduco to their happi
ness. Athlophoros, the great speciflo for
those twin disease?, comes to crown the
work, and to bear the glad tidings that th
distressing complaints can be permanently
cured. Rev. C. D. Diggs, of Trenton, Ky.,
writes that his wife who had not been able
t go anywhere for three years, tried this
great remedy and now she is "sound as a
Hysteria and Nervous Prostration.
We give our readers an extract from a
cheerful letter, written by Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith, of Richmond, Ind., who says:
"Samaritan Nervine cured me of hysteria
and nervous prostration." Comment is
IAS. B. BMrTIt. VQBIRT A. MOT.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - ILL.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 ri - yii
Commercial Avenue i VairU, 111
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, III.
Pf Good stock and Trices Kaaaonabl.)