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MMMltnt lltAiti on Htrry l'e.
jpttK S. OBE&LY, Editor.
ftVRR 1JT SALtXE CO VST V
.ftierwlikntsaml hiulownen olSa
iltne county aru highly excited over tlio
allvcr mining propecU of Somerset irc-
clnct id that county. A Roston company
are workln? tho mine with fair prospects
of finding silver In more than paying
Brooklyu hat had a case of hn.tglnary
hydrophobia. Xlnc weeks ago n well dog
bit a man on the lip. Tho wound did not
trouble him nt llrl, but brooalng on It
made him ncrvou. He began to fear
that he would le attacked with hydro
phobia; ho would drink water often
when he was not thirsty to sccif he could
drink It, and Anally exhibited all the
symptoms of hydrophobia, and died a
victim to tlu terrible disease. There is
no doubt that he actually worried him
self Into the hydrophobia. The dog is
. well and healthy.
Tammany Is again milled. John Mor
rlsscy, a member of tho Happy Family,
It Is alleged, has violated the.dlsclpline of
the ring, lie was cited to appear before
the ircntlemvn who direct ami ui
jwiimaio , ro Show cnttc why he had
violated some of the multitudinous rules
that hedge It In, to promise reformation
and quit bad company. This the valiant
pugilist, politician and gambler refused
to do, and told the committee that they
would havo to kick liliu out, a hu in
tended lo stick to Tammany with the
wme tenacity that had distinguished
him in the ,ll -tie arena. What the exact
violation ol the discipline was ha not
been made public.
HAIlltl.Vlii: OR WHAT?
dared 11. Kitcll and Susan D. Gilbert
( entered Into a coutract of marriage In In
diana not long since, the "marriage" be
tween unn Yn.-lus a paper signed by both
that they would adhere to each other In
health and sickness as long ns love was
mutual lie ween them. Tills they be
lieved would bealways,but it love should
ceac (o rule tho breast of either, he or
she was to be at liberty to annul the con
tract without regard to the whh ol the
other party. Thcpartlej have been ar
raigned In the criminal court of Indian
apolis for adultery. The burden of the
defense was that the agreement consti
tuted a legal marriage, to which the pro--ccutiou
excepted, on the ground that the
defendant was trying to evade the mar
riage laws of the State, and tlialthc agree
ment or contract wllh Suan 1). Gilbert
was null and void as a legal marriage, by
reason of the provision in the second
clause ol the agreement. A decision has
not yet been rendered.
M1. . .. - ... 1 f . . .
xuu vuuiuiissiuiii'tu iiroiutcil to ex-
-line and report on the custom in,.,ic
biiUdlnKntChiea-'o have handed in the
result ol their labors iu rxi,.,.i.,j- urj..
tOW. TllC-lr ....1. .. ...........
tire examination ol the building, is, that
It would be Impracticable and a. waste of
time and money to proceed with the fur
ther construction of the bulldlntr. There
are mud holes under the foundation,
the stone of an Inferior quality, has al
ready disintegrated rapidly, and has had
to be patched, painted and puttied, and
the entire structure, so lar, Is a blunder
and a failure. Secretary Hrlstow has
Indorsed the report ot tho committee,
but does not deem It expedient to tear
down the building until the whole mat
tcr has becn'refcrred to Congress, ns there
Is no authority of law for spending the
uuued balance of the appropriation to
defray the expenses of tearing down
what tho other part oi the money was
used to build iu The secretary there
ftre recommends tho supervising archi
tect to take steps to protect and reserve
the1mlldlngas.it stands iiul the next
meeting cf congress.
The following paragraph was hi the
orgiual draught of tho Declaration oi In.
"He lias waged cruel war against hu
man nature Jtelf, violating its most sa
cred rights of life and Iifcerty in the per-1
fcons of a distant people- who have never
offended him, captivating and carrying
them Into slavery in another hemisphere,
or to incur mlscrablq death In their trans
portation thither. This piratical warfare,
the opprobrium ot Inftdd powers, Is the
warfare of the Christian King of Great
Iiritaln. Determined to keep open a
market where men should bo bought
and sold, he has prostituted his negative
for suppressing every legUlallvo attempt
to prohibit thlsexecrublocoininorec. And
that this assemblage ol horrors might
want no fact of dlstlngul-hed die, he
Is now Inciting those very people (o rUo
In arms among us, and to purchase that
liberty of which he has deprived them,
by murdering Uie people iihhi whom he
also obtruded them : thus paying oil for
mer crimes committed against the liber
esof one people with crimes which he
urgt them to commit ugainst the lives
TllU dailic, J(.ff,.r.0ll Informs ns u
struck out In cotiipUUauce to South Car
olina aim ueorgia. "or Northern breth
ren, also," ho add,.i believe, felt a lit
""Ul:" ",,rr ' censures ; for
uiougn mese people. Had verjsw wUwt
themselves, yet they had been preuKt.0.
Kiuerauio carriers lor olliers."
. This compromise with slavery was con
tlnucdln the Constitution, and down
through tho history of all the eventful
year to 1603.
UKXEKAL UAXUH IXHKni'lllH.
On tho occaflon of the celebration of
Si. John's day by the Masons of Mem
phU, Gen. X. I Banks, orator ol the
day, was received with muck distinction
' by the fraternity and tho public at large.
a carriage, drawn by four white horses,
was at Ids disposal, and heated with him
. wcro Mayor John Loague, A. J. Wheeler,
M. W, Grand Master of Tgiiiicjucc, and
Hon. II. (,ioy Voting. The procession
was compose of members of tho General
Council. I'ollce, Chickasaw Guards! and
Templar Guard. Ho was escorted to
the l'eabody Hotel, where an address of
welcome was delivered by Mayor I.oague.
In his reply, Gen. Hanks ald that Ten
nesee occupied n warm place In the
hearts of the people of all sections of the
country; that there was something
cither In the situation, or In her people,
or In her traditions that had drawn her
to the hearts of the people of the country;
that she had given to the republic three
presidents, all of whom discharged their
duties nobly, and would be remembered
with honor; that Tennessee would al
ways maintain her high place in the af
fections of tho people, and that tho repu
tation and character she now has will
last forever. The reception given to
such distinguished Northern men as
General Hanks mid Vice-President
WIIon Is nu evidence that the bitter feel
ings engendered by the war have passed
away, and that the veterans ol
tho South arc ready to man
batteries on tho banks of the Mlssislppl
to repel au Invading foe. Hut a few
weeks ago the soldiers ol both sections
made a covenant of love and unity over
the graves of the dead who once wore
the blue and tho gray, and to-day the
people of Memphis honor aiutte one of
the prominent generals who waged war
It has lately grown into n custom to
say that party platform are of no con
sequence, but the convention or the
party whlrh would meet In convention
and would promulgate no platform of
principles would receive liltlo counten
ance and less support from the people.
The platform may be merely a form, but
it Is one which cannot be dispensed with
The platform announced by the Demo
crats of Iowa, in their State convention
on the 'J 1th, Is brief and conclc, but fills
the bill perfectly. Xo Democrat, Inde
pendent, 1'cformcr, Llbcral-ltcpubllcan
or Granger can rctusc to accept and en
dorse the principles enunciated. They
have the ilng of the true metal, and
promise to Inaugurate an era of lionet
reform and good government.
With tills platform, the Democrats
ol Iowa ought to sweep tho State
and give to it Ja new political re
gltue. 1 lie ticket nominated was, for
governor, Shepard I.etller.ol Dcs Moines;
for lletcnant-sovernor. Cant. K. H.
Woodward, of Lucas ; for judge of the
Supreme Court. W. J. lCnlght, of Du
buque; for superintendent of public In
struction, A. It. Wright, of Wright.
These nomination were made unani
Tin: c i:i.i:stiai..
When the Pacltlc railroad was finished
a few of the olive-colored and almond-
eyed men of the Celestial Empire yeiv
turcd Into the Mississippi valley, among
the 'barbarians.'' They established
laundries and met with success. Sending
back word, tho chirographic appearance
OI which rvemuivu me iiiciicjij iiiiic? oi
old Egypt, a swarm of their brethren,
iiuti uivtuuiua uf lv,cn oiMllllli:
their queer clothes, and glossy cues
hanging to their heels, Invaded all the
Southern States, commenced washing the
linen of the "Melican man," and teach
ing him how to eat rice. While many
clung to their old customs and habits, a
few curled their cues around their heads,
discarded the apparel that obtained In
Cathay, woro plug hats and swallow
tailed coats, and carried yellow umbrel
las. Now, these human oddities cut a
grotesque figure, made money fast and
laughed at the "Melican man." Some
times tho usually cheery laundry would be
cioacu long enough to attract the atten
tion ol customers whose clothes were
limited to a few pieces. To
all questions, an unsatisfactory
''How 5" usually eamo through a narrow
aperture from a face as yellow as gold,
hi which glowed half-shut eyes. These
were tho days when the children of the
sun slumbered under the iniluenco of
opium and drank puretca ; when cues,
plug hats, swallow-tailed coats, and yel
low umbrellas, stalked before them on
ltgiiof ".Mf.llniu uwu," uul Uo joiutuil
tops ot native tea houses resembled the
mosques of Constantinople. The Lee
family Is extensively represented among
them. There aro Whang Lees, Sim Lees,
Sing Lees, and numerous other Lec.s,
with prefixes as brief as they aro slgnlll-
cant of the empire of the sun. Whlla tho
males nro numerous,but fewof tho gentler
sex aro In the valley, which argues that
the fellow from China has not come to
Tho average occasional newspaper cor
respondent does not seem to realize that
large facts should be crowded Into scanty
(pace, and that his writings should bo for
the Instruction and Information of those
who read, and not for the purpose of an
Idle Indulgence lu political platitudes and
superfluclles. Ifnn adherent of either
political party, he criticises his opponent
wltn a wilderness ol words and au elab
orate array of adjectives, neglecting com-
merce, agriculture, art and science, and
the social circle in which hu lives and
breathes. To tell that his neighbor's crop
Is advancing rapidly towards maturity,
and would make a profitable yield ; that
a useful Invention was put to practical
use; that a railroad had been projected,
or completed ; that levees, to redeem fcr
tllo lands, had been built; that mills were
singing songs oflndu.-try and thrlll-thcso
are too commonplace for him. The na
tion K.,a t.s relationship with foreign
potentates, the presidential outlook, the
gloomy flittirv of tbu republic, eentrall
zatlon of power, Uviuion nud tyranny aro
his themes. He .pxluusts words
and columns, and winds up
with au allusion to Hay,
Calhoun and Webster, and laments th&t
another Jackson cannot be found among
tho sons of men to save tho government
from Impending doom. Tho above re
marks apply only to the average occa
sional newspaper correspondent, and
these Arabs, who hour on the outskirts
of tho journallstlccamp, are legion. The
useful, professional writer, who has been
upon battlc-flclds, mid raughl the last
word Iroin a dying soldier's tongue;
stood under the pyramids; traversed the
arid sand wastes ol Afriel. and mingled
with the tawny men of torrid zones; or
listened to the quaint lore of the white
fiiced men of Iceland these Hohemlans
charm the general reader with their
knowledge of .sea and laud, and
their stories of strange countries
and peoples, of Industry, of architecture
nllled with men whose fame Is eternal, of
human ambition and progress, leave n
lasting Impression upon the mind.
LABOR Till: RK.HT CHAItlTY.
The completion of Dr. Hall's church
in New York lately, n pile of architecture
Into which was put a million of dollars
by the congregation nnd admirers of Dr.
Hall, has given rise to sonie.crlticlsiu n
to the wisdom and the Christianity of
erecting such a building for church pur
poses. An exchange, In commenting on
tho beauty and the costliness of the
church, luorall.cs on the Inconsistency
of the Christian world which spends so
much money for adornment, for stained
windows, for line upholstery, for paint
and varnish and stucco, when so many
human beings arc needing bread, if
the million dollars . had been spent
in charity, In warming the cold, feeding
the hungry and clothing the uaked,the ex-
iciidlturc would bavo been nearer the
Hlbleldea of Chrlstaulty marcr the re
ligion of Jesus Christ.
This sort of cant, tor cant it Is, Is -o
oinmon that It passe: for truth. Hut Is
It true, and If the eongiegatlon of Dr.
Hall had built a plain mil substantial
building, sayfor Instance, worth twenty
live or thirty thousand dollar,, u It ino.x-
probable that the other jure biiudrtd
thousand dollars and over would hare
been poured out as charity to warm aid
clotheand feed thcpoor,than that it wo-ild
have remained fast In tho pockets If the
Christian members ol Dr. Hall's cosrro
"The poor yc have always" and time
must he cared for. Hut the Idea Is a Mis
taken one tli;U the money spent In tic
erection of costly nnd magiiltlcent bulk
ings, whether for religious or other ob
Jects, would serve a better purpose If ill
vertc 1 Into another channel, and made to
swell the stream of charity. Sickness
and misfortune nnd "bad luck" make
many members of the human family
poor. And many ot these are properly
objccts'of Ihe world's charity. Hut after
all, to provide laborfor Indu-trlous work
men, for the mason the carpenter, the
glazier, the upholsterer and the skilled
mechanic, is charity of tho noblest kind
and is tho charity which thins the ranks
of the vagrant and the Idle poor. Every
brick and stone, every part anil parcel of
the million dollar church, represents la
bor, labor who-y proceeds supported In
comfort and decency the families ol the
Corrected Dally by K. M. Sliwrns, commission
mcrcliaut, ftocrrUry of tliv Cairo Hoard ot
Flour, according to Kr-ide.
Com, white, micktil
Until, per ton
Meal, utenm drIM ..
llutter, rholrc Northern
llutteTjCholee Southern III...
C'hlcsfiis, Jitr dozen.
Turkeys, per dozen
Potatoes, per bumd
Onions, ir barrel
Cherries lr crate
Struwlierries per crate
... . ltiiJi'C
..... 4J M)
s i r
A Itcpodllory ol Fnhion. I'liiiNiire
NOTICKS OK T1IK 1'IIKSS.
The IlazirU edited with s contribution
of tact aud talent that we seldom tltnl In any
jouriia'; and the journal I&cltjte the orgin
of tho great world of fashion. lloston Truv
The Uazar commends Itself to every mem
ber of thu household to tbu chlldrau by
droll and pretty pictures, to tho young la
dles by U faslitoa-plutes In emllcbs variety,
to the provident mntton by it.s patternn lor
the children's clothes, to patcrfanilllaH by
its tasteful dcIgns for embroidered sllppcn
and luxurious dreslnu gowns, llut tho
reading matter of the bazar in uniformly ot
t'rent excellence. Tho paper lim uciiiircd
a wide popularity forthe llroMdo enjoyment
it Mlords. N. V. Evening l'ost.
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Weekly, and Itazar, to onu address for on
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each, lu one remittance. ; or, six copies foi
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Hack numbers can bu unpolled at any
The seven volumes ofllarpcr's Dazar, for
tho years ISCjj, 'H'J, 'TO, '71, '72, '7a, '74, elc-
;uiui- iiuuiiii in green juoiocco eioin. will
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vcrtUcuicnt without the express otdcrs ol
AUilrossIlAltfKll.V IIIIOT I1KIIS, N. Y.
In Chnnoory Mastor's Salo.
State of Illinois, Alexander county ss.
lu tho Aloxander county Circuit Court.
Samuel M. Orr vs. Iald K.Orlllln, ct ol
Public notice is hereby slven that In pur
suance of a decree rendered In thu above
entitled cau.c In mid Court at tho May Term
thereof, A 1), lh7l, I, .lohn q. ilirinan,
Hauler in Chapcery of mid enmity, will, on
tho Ibth day of June. A. 1). 187ft, at!! o'clock
p. m. of said day, sell at public venduo to
thu hlghei-t bidder, for cash, (Mibicet to tho
cmitty of redemptliin,) at tho front door ol
tlio Court lloti.o In tho city of Cairo. Illi
nois, the leasehold et'itc o!' the said do
fondant, l)avld V. (irlilln, In and to lot iiuia
bored Ihlity-sevcn. (37,) In lllock tuuubcrcd
Seventy-olio, (71,) in the city ol Cairo,
county of Aloxander, State o Illinois, to!
Kutlior Willi tho biilldliigit thereon tltuato
and thereunto belonging.
JOHN Q. IIAlt.MAN,
Mooter lu Cliincei y,
Caiiio, III., .May 27tb, 187:. 41j.1-5.27.wft.
FOIt tho H.iily cure or beinlnal Wcnknrsa,
lAH Jlaulioul anil nil dtserders brouirlit
pn by Indlicretloua or excess Any DrinxlM
lias tti InirredlcaU.
, Addns,s, Dr. K. HILTOK 4 CO.,
l.ai.iUw.lv. ninflnnuil. Olifn.
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rto People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Extractor.
tfoti: Ask for Pond's Extract.
Toko no other.
'Hear for I will siik of exeellenltliiurs '
I jMrlii to itau or UeojiU,
rrnrltirt-o. Cull, Ijium-
tel or Incll Wounds
Illredlnir I.iiiiKsi, 1 or
1 . .-plttlnirorillol
o Illi-vil, and lllwl-
inK uuins or litth.
omit liiirorniuiiil and
S'iViT UleedlnK Piles,
III ndl'ilen. riiifjillli,!. 1
raiKia, hwelled race.
StiiriK'Nv or t?oreneii.
I.uinimzo. Inne I1-..-V-
Miirf Throiit orOuliuy,
Sori'or Inflame-l Kyes or
Norn Miilcs iniLnufd
I'll I ii Hi I or too Profuse
Ml I It l.vir. Ovarian DU.
eui! aud 'riiim.i-v.
REMEDY :...t,ra,el Slrantniry.
; tloua of Infants, or
roj . Adults.
iirlro Vi'Iiin. i;n
EXTERNAL L'ir ' Inllamnl Veins
LA I fciUIHL uii-ert,, old hore, Inter
amj ,'"! Ulcerations.
u Ilolln, Carbuncle, Tu-
nmntiTlvsT I inors, Hot buellinss.
IPf TfiRNAL VarUH and minimis, Chaf
ed or Sorn V.H't .
I die Oalls.
Fi'lnn or Whltlnw, Frost
ed I.imbs or Parts.
.Hoiiill III I cm. Insect
btlnirs, Ch.i)ieil Hand".
I'O.Ml K llXTlt.itrr U tor sale by all I'lrxl
Class llrui;Klls,niid ii'coimuende.lby
all DruirglMs, l'hyBlclant, and c em body
uiio Iiiin eier ued It.
i'iiiiiililt l eontalnlnK History tmd I'fesinull
ol free on iiniillcutiou, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xciv Vorti mill I.omloii,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hail and Bofl,)
PLOOEINO, SIDING, LATII, &c.
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Foa-th Street and
Mooting of tho Stockholders
Oalro& St. liOulBKollnad Company.
PUIII.IO notice is hereby Kl'en that there will
be lield 11 meeting of the stockholders ot Hie
Cairo .t ht liuls Itallioad (oniuiny, at the
btiltinn linii'eof said rompan) In Hie city ol
Kaid M. Louis, in tho county if St. Clairand
.State of Illinois, on
.MiiiKtuy Hid UHth Day of June, A.Il,
nt Ihe Ikiuid of eleven o'clock a.m., fur the pur
pose of then and there electing ly hald stock
holders seieu directors fur said f jinpiiiiy lor the
enaiiini; year, aixl then and llu re traiisuclini:
such other liuiuess appertain)!!).' to raid com
pany as shall come beium said niietiu,
A tu attcudaueu of all tho .tockhohlera In
saldcompany is leipiestcdand linieh deslied.
Diite.1, thfn:iillidayof.May, 1U5.
II. Y. SJIITIICUS,
J. W. SAVIN,
II. It. I'AVMIN,
W. It. AltTHuR,
htocklioMcM C. A .St. h. Ji. II. Co
WM. T. BEERWART,
Tin, Sheet-Iron nnd Copper Wnro.
GUTTERING AND HOOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial and Washington Avcs,
Rofrigorators, Water Coolors, Ico
i -n . .
ircuui r. rcczcro, winaow Cicruon
Wiro ninth. Illrd fineros. Mnnn lino.
kets, Toilot Sots, Fishing Tackle,
iiumps, uii, uuimnoys. Also mo
lino Plows and u goncral stock of
clans '1 lii'inltii, and urn preimn! t ib, all kind
of Job Work outhoit notice.
Ill ..,ili.v.!l.n nlll. fli nllu I Lmh. n (1.1.
I kn-p cimUnlly on hand n hrveariety of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesalo and Retail.
"ole ajeiit for Ihe cclebraUil
. ..--V vRviifc.
?:--M 12. 'a-
V,' , v
rV"CH anl f vumliit- U forr .rduvI. ah 1
will not lw uit'l.-r-.ilij.
hkai. ifsT.tTi: ai:.t.
JOHI a. HARMAN & CO.
J0NVEYAKCER8, N0TAEIE8 PUBLIC
Land Atronts 0f the Illinois Contral and
DurlliiKton and (Jntncy B. R.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
I. O. LV.SCII. M. J. II01VLKV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Jollectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE At tho Court Houe.
JOHN P. HELY CO.,
Collectors and Convoyancers,
Land Surveying and Civil En
Kincoring. OFFIOE-In Wlntor'ii Hloclc.Corner Com.
rncrclal Avenue and tiovunth Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qoodo Sold Very CIqdo.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. FATIER & CO.
THE NEW LOW UE8KKV01R "STANDAIID"
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Civing PER
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhoro. '
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
a, oil, uto ana oi a. main STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. v"--"1
Great Reduction in
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linons, Porcalos,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Urce .Slock , of Whlto aood, Victoria Liwm, Swim Uarsallej. aud a Urue sto.k i t
Rltihom. IliUrnlltevtiwI: will r fM ntnrtiml ra.t, mid c)ntiiiuc until II l clowdi.ul. nil
ml Kcuiivlnniloriiri-Jt Il.iriln.' TKUMS VIltldf.Y 1 !II
Corner Eighth. St. and Conamoroial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEAIJERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILORS OF
rATEITT MKDICINE. uozurr ARTICLES.
DRUGOISTS' FANCY GOODH, COI.LIKR WniTi LEAD
WAX FLOWER MATERIa'l, WINDOW OLASS, '
TUBE COLORS, Dtfii STUFFS.
CHEMICALS, FERFU ME h Y,
WK '"licit cprrenpdMic: and nrdiM fiom I)rr--UI, I'liynlcbni nnd O-ncrsl Store In win
mt i ','"".rIi," . ''""tlt. 1'1-ntatl.ui m.d Kainlly .Mntlcln Caf.n fiirnlhl or . r
flllnl ultli r liable DniK'ut rvuoniiMe rut.
WHOLESALE Be RETAIL, n ft TRO I RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
4 0bloLevoo. I Wachintoo Av., Cor. 8th St.
k lAERViodsB" nUlOSP
F. M. STOCXS7L3STB,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
ZT-OIEUEIXG-CT jAJSTID XD03MLEITIO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Mohongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
AIUiC0N0MVr IN PRICK,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
OF DRY GOODS
fur Sale al
& MONROE OTC