Newspaper Page Text
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, J ONE 26, 18S0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
, ansr Moaxna (aoiroATt noimt).
C A. Burnett,
mux m K fnnnd on lie t Goo.
Howell Co'a Newspaper Advertising Bureau, (1
cin u Bhn rtvi-rtii.mi! contract! may D
MM lor II ID BIW I OH
OatfyMorntogr Daily in Southern Illinois
Largfwt Circulation of any Daily In
Omi'UL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Bulletin Building, Fasbington A?enne
n.n.A.fiMtMiTini)Dr wek S 25
Br U. advance) one year W 00
Tfcrm nontkJ 2"
An MinLh 1 w
By mall (in adranee) one year I J
Three monthi , SJ
T elnba o( tn and over (per cop j) w
Vostacc in all cae prepaid.
A-dvertising Rates: i
F1rt Insertion, per wjnare
Sobaequont inacrtiona, per aqaaro ou
For one week, per square. . , J J
Ktw two weeks, per square '
For three weeks J ."J.1
For one month
ttb additional square "V
Funeral notice w
ObltaarK and resolutions passed by soclctlei
ten cent per line.
Death! and marriagei free
FlrrttMfrtion. per aqnare 1 1 M
Subsequent Insertions. .......... .
Kiebt line of solid nonpareil constitute a square
.pUyed adTertlaemeni will be charged accord
in t the apace occupied, at above rate there be
ne twvWe line o( aolld type to the Inch.
To regular advertiacra we offer superior Induce
ment, both at to ratee of chargei and manner of
displaying their favor. -' -
Local notice twenty cent per line for nm lnser
ion; ten cent per line for each subsequent lnser-
Tbis paper may be found on Ale at Geo. P. Rowell
t Ca'a Newspaper Advertising Bareau, (10 Spruce
weet) where advertising contract may he made
for It in New York.
Communications upon subject of general interest
to the public are at all time acceptable. Rejected
manaacript will not be returned.
Letter and communication should be addressed
-'K. A. Burnett Cairo Illinois"
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CONVENTION- '
A Democratic Senatorial convention composed of
delerate from the several counties In this (r if
tietb) district, will meet at Murpbysboro. on Tlnrs
day, July 8, IBM", at i o'clock, p. in for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for crate senator
end two representative In the general assembly.
Basis of representation: One delegate for each
- 300 vote and fraction over 100 vote cast for W. J .
Allen, for congress, in 1878. The counties will bo
entitled to delegate follow:
Vote for Allen. Del
Alexander Jj -j
Jackson . J fl
Union 1 M 1"
By order of committee.
J. P. McLaik, Chairman.
T. F. Bono. Secretary.
Dated Joncsboro, May 8. IKM).
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION-EIGHTEENTH
The Democratic Congressional Convention for
the Eighteenth district will be held in Carbondale
o Thursday, July tii, 1880. for the purpoee of
nominating a candidate for congress, and a candi
date far a member of the state board of equaliza
Hon. The convention will meet at 10 a. m .
Each couuty In the district will be entitled to one
delegate for every 0 votes, and one delegate ior
every fraction over 100 vote out In siieh couuty
for Hon. Wm. .T. Allen for congress in ltBU.
Br order of Central Committee.
WM. II. GREEN, Chairman.
H.P. Potter, Secretary.
National Democratic Ticket.
WIN FIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
"WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook Connty.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
For Secretaay of State,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
t St. Clair County.
of WlnLcbago County.
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
The following is the platform adopted :
Patriotic duty and lntcnst demand peace
and reconciliation through all the land.
"We pledge ourselves to the following prin-
First No tariff for protection.
Second No third term. . ' , ,
Third A substantial reform ot the tt il
service so that federal officers shall be lio
tenants of the people and not of a part
Fourth Equal rights to all the staes,
and no federal interference with the in
stitutional functions of states.
Fifth A constitutional currency of fid
ad silver, and of paper convertible ito
Sixth No more land grants to mdipo-
Seventh The will of the people mi be
supremo and majorities must rule ui'u'tlie
constitutional methods. No nun inch
frauds as that of 1870-no more 8 t7.
Eighth That laws shall be eicted to
protect laborers in the more prapt and
certain collection of their wages. ,
AN IDYL OF NEW M4CO.
, . Good Company.
He sighed and turned hist toward
the mountain top shining like Ivor in the
keen, clear light, and the at fell to
, sketching Oreto's profile.
' Time is the great consol" said the
languid Illinobuu. trying t'pt bor
Jwrth English to the spoken Mic of the
stranger. A Southern sky m Kotlo
' wtoe" 1 the Spanish tge ba a
matchless trick of melting i it touches
'La Senora is most kind, but ft is too
late: thi heart Ins no second pang. Do
you see tho white lino down the mountain
side!" he asked abruptly changing ; the
subiect evidently paintul to dwell upon.
"Vcs; it is a brook rising in a spring,
cold as tec. cleat as duns."
Then, instead of mv dull, sad story, let
me tell you the tradition of tho Bluo Foun
tain, the name of .tho spring Foutain-bleu,
as the French fathers used to call it."
"By all means; a story, a story!" the la
dies cried in chorus.
"You do me proud," said Orcto with a
sweeping bow, "and smco you honor mc
with vour attention. I nromise not to
' 1 .
We diimoscd ourselves in various atti
tudes about the Breaker. The rising gener
ation gathered in graceful groups under
the stunted nines, and the setting genera
tion sat on buffalo robes and cushions
against the snarled and twisted trunks ot
the ninones. Little Rosa was coaxed to
her mother's lap, and then the stout lady
reclined on tho back seat of the ambulance,
loosened her bonnet strings and made her
self extremely comfortable while we
listened to the
LEGEND OF THE IILL'E FOUNTAIN.
"Once unon a time." the Spaniard began
with his grave smile, "away to the north in
the country you call Montana, lived a
young Indian hunter, tall and straight and
very handsome. From boyhood lie had
heard stories of happy hunting grounds
where the pastures were always Uesn, ana
game was always in sight. So one bitter
cold morning he put on his snow shoes
and fur mittens, wrapped himself in his
warmest bear skin, and struck southward,
following the stony mountain ranges till
he reached this lonesome region."
Did he travel all alone?" asded little
"Only the traveling winds went with
him. But he did not know what fear is,
though at night he heard the cajote's cry,
the bellowing ot the bison and the howl of
the prairie wolf. The sun, winch lie wor
shipped, 6hone friendly all the way; grad
ually the breeze blew sotter, tke eartti grew
warmer and greener. After one long day's
march he drank deep of the spring in yon
hillside, laid his bent bow and quiver ot
arrows on the rock, and went to sleep in
the soft warm sand by the Blue Fountain.
"An Indian warrior sleeps lightly, ana in
his slumber appeared a form a woman's
such a shape as is seen nowhere but iu
dreams and Andalusia." The stranger
paused and looked dreamily on the ground
like one busy with memory, anu in sympa
thy I thought of the lost Catalina and the
little one lying in the gloomy vault at V ai
ladolid. We respected his silence, and af
ter a moment he continued :
"The spirit spoke to the dreamer in
words of infinite tenderness, and appeared
to watch and guard him. On waking he
took a long draught of the cool snow wa
ter, and gazed seachingly into its blue
"Was it really bluer broke m Kosa.
"Sky blue and silver," said the Castil-
ian, adding one of the endearing diminu
tives in which his language is so rich, ana
which I did not quite comprehend. "Many
times he tried to catch a glance of the fairy
lace which came into his sleep, maKing u
better than any waking. Long he gazed
into the watery mirror; it reflected only
his own tawny face and the spotless sky
above it. The white saint boiled irom the
unknown depths below, bubbles came to
the top and broke on the stony brim, but
the ceaseless gush and flow of the waters
was a chime in his ears without meaning.
He lingered about this spot, so runs the
tale, many weeks, praying for the appear
ance of the water maiden. She came into
his sleep but never blest his waking eyes,
and when the rainy season, which is so
very dreary, set in, the disappointed youth
went back to his tribe. The vision haunt
ed him; in vain he tried to 6hake it off. the
vega, so lone, so dim, so untrodden, was
filled with strange enchantment. The
brook went flowing through his memory,
glancing now in the 6un, cow in shadow,
as it gushed from the mountain side, van
ishing at last like fairy gold in the Faud.
The laughing girls of the tribe tried to rouse
him from indifference, but could not stir
him to join in their songs and games. In
the time of the corn harvest the present of
a blood-red ear, the Indian's roH' d'amour,
did not move him to any teeling, nd he
turned with glance averted from the f.yitg
feet in the bewitching cachina dance.
"He is moonstruck' said the girls;
'give him the crooked ear, for the fool is
fit for nothing but to sit in the ?un with the
very old men. He heeded neit-Vr jest nor
laugh, but determined to come back to the
Blue Fountain. When he set out an airy
figure seemed to go b'fore and beckon him
on, as the swan maens of the German
lakes beckon your knights into their little
boats drawn by snowy swans harnessed
with silver chaMs-
"Southward southward he strode, fol
lowing the Jcient march of Azailan. and,
insight tl"2 beloved spring, he climbed
the steeu I-'6 nn(i nntired as the red deer,
to find "lB saniu sparkling fountain, and
tie gbfling brook UpJow it running into the
vail 88 't run 00 forever.
Again he lay down on the soft, warm
fjt, and, once more the delicate phantom
fpeurud to his clos-'d eyes, whispered
feently in his ear, and bent above his head
as if to kiss him."
Hero the lovers "changed eyes," leaned
a trifle closer together, and 1 saw Romeo
pick up a blue ribbon dropped from Juliet's
sleeve and siip it into his watchpocket.
"Then a frantic love took possession of
the hunter. Day after day, night after
night, his wasting lor in was laid beside the
singing cascade; ever he sighed, mur
mured, dreamed. The strength left his
limbs, his blood beat hotly; summer
waned and cold winds blew, but never
envied the fever of his brow. Some
times after a day's hunt, returning at
evening ho fancied he saw a misty out
line against tho dark steep, but it melted
away as he neared it and instead of a living
woman, ho reached out to claap the empty
air. Then the warrior began to understand
this water spirit was of the race of Souls,
and as such could uot wed a mortal ; to
possess her, therefore, he must lie like her
must die. So one day w hen tho world
was all bright and his soul all dark, while
she sung a song ot wonderful music, lie
stretched his arms to reach the 'shadowy
siren . and plunged from tho black ledge
you seo yonder into the unknown depths
"And was he never heard of afterward?"
asked Juliet, whilo the roses on her cheek
deepened in betrayed of her thoughts.
"Never, Hermrisura," said the Spaniard
with an admiring gesture, "but old Iueb
los alout here say two shapes rise out of
tho spring where there ussd to bo but one,
float in the air and hover above it. They
are oftencst seen about dusk in the rainy
reason. I have never seen them myself."
'I wonder if they do show that way,"
said Rosa with a puzzled face.
"Quien sabc," said Oreto mysteriously,
at tho same time handing her tho Kernel
of a riinon nut which he cracked in his
white lroct teeth.
And here let mo record that the words
"Quien sabc," "who knows," are the end
of controversy, the finish of debate, the
limit oi huraaa understanding, having
very different meaning according to the
persons speaking. With Oreto it was
much as to say, there is room for argument
on both sides.
All this time our stew had been simmer
ing, Cfypsy fashion, over the fire keeping a
friendly and impatient knocking at the pot
lid, and was now pronounced done. The
stout ladv roused un from her nap. set her
bonnet bias across he eyebrows, 6aid 6he
was glad the young Comanche came to his
senses at last, and then addressed herself
to the making of coffee.
I mpt Oreto frequently, and never
saw him unbend from the Hamlet air
"Man delights not me, no, nor woman
either," except on one holiday. So to
speak, he flavored the whole picnic. He
gafly insisted on seasoning every di6h. "I
will not ruin the olla for Americans with
too much red pepper," he said ; the merest
sojpeon. as the t rencn put it. -, inenne
contrived a nice, cool looking 6alad from
some crisp leaves, to me unknown, ana
served it with a deftness and tact that
would have graced a courtier. To tell the
whole troth, the elegant Castilian had so
much manner it was rather latiguing to
keep up with him.
Dinner over he took a large suk hanii-
kcrchief and showed how two prisoners of
the Inquisition were or.ee knotted together
with ropes, and allowed their freedom if
they could untie them, trying the puzzle on
the'lovers who, of course, struggled vio
lently to be free I need hardly add with
out success. Had he experimented on
some of the married couples possibly the
result might have been different. Follow
ing this was a gay barcarole about strolling
on the Prado, glancing eyes, winged feet
and envious veils. "It should haTe castan
ets in the chorous ; if Senor Brown will lend
me his hat it wil. answer."
(Conlinced to-morrow )
Fever and Ague may be thorough.lv
cured by the use of "Cincho-Q aininc." a
new preparation from Peruvian Bark. The
dose is the same as Sulphate Quinine, and
its febrifuge, tonic, and anti-periodic effect
is more pronounced. Withal it is cheaper,
being sold by druggists at f 1.50 per ounce,
or sent, postage paid, for same price, by
Billings, Clapp & Co..
Chemists, Boston, Mass.
Itching Piles is one of the most an
noying diseases in the world, and yet
all can find sure relief by the use of Dr.
Swayce's Ointment. It ha been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts ure some
time affected. Procure this ointment.
Reader, if you are suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, ringworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
S Wayne's Ointment and'be cured. So'.i
by ail prominent druggists. ( 1 1
Persons under the operation of Fellows'
Hypophosphites should examine their
blood under tlie microscope from time r
time, and mark the increase of red and ric
tive particles, and diminution of the white
or dead ones: these observations are inter
esting and instructive.
Physicians freely prescribe the new food
medicine, "Malt Bitters," because more
nourishing, strengthening, and purifying
than ail other firms of malt or medicine,
while free from the objections urged
against malt liquors.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. "Will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Shiest and Best. The Journal Battle
Cietk, Mich., thus puts it: "The surest,
safest, best blood purifying medicine known
is 'Warner's Safe Bitters in connection with
Warner's Pafe Pills. Regular practitioners
prescribe them as a remedy for impure,
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLAtfE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills thut flesh is heir to," but" in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEK.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine. '
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Tho genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLanb'sLiveh Pill.
Each wrapper bears the siguMures of C.
McLane and Fi.i:.mino Bnos.
J-iTIusist upon having tho genuino Dr.
C. McLane's Livku Piu.s, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of tho
name McLane, spelled differently but same
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
30ODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth r.reet ltd
f Cairo, 111.
O. O. PAT1ER & CO.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. nAIXIDAT, PresliifBt.
H. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-I'reid Lt.
THOS. ff. UALLIDAY, Canier.
ST AT Tl ITOH. W. r. RAU.ITIAT,
BIKKT L. BA1XID4T, R. B. CTNNIJOBAM,
. D. WILLIAMSON, NTtl'UI BIKL,
B. B. ClKIlKI.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOVGBT AND SOLD.
Dcrflt rectived at.d I ceural Hz-kirc bunLcci
A LEXANDEB COUNTY BANK.
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street
? BBf'M. Trcfif'.cr.t.
P. Ntrr. Vico-Prti-idcr.'..
H. W"ru.. Ckctifr.
T.J Kieth. AtkLt Cat:r.
F. Erow. C:rn:
William K nee. Cf.ro;
Williaa Wolf. Cairo;
K. L. KiiliEsrney. St. Lonlf ;
J. Y, Ce&.on. Cakdoiiia;
C. M. CtrIoh. C k:ro;
I. Euder. Cairo;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
IJ'XCHANfiE to'A ltd bought. Tn r-t paid it
j the Savlnea JJf uarrrrer.; foilutiOL caue
fLd ail re..Lt. prcmpiiv itu-cdi-d to.
Obtained for cew lneBttot. or for ittproTemetiu
oco.d ; tor meaicsi or oicer compound, trade
marks ana lare.r. lavtal. AirnmcBK. lDU-r
ference. Appe:. Suite for lafRucemi-ntt, and
all cue ar.tiLC ntid-r the Patent Laws, prompt-
It attended i intenuanp tnat tti Iwi
TiV T FrTV 1 1 fcT ,lie Patent Of&ce msr Hill
lijO Xjv A V j c rnoet cace, be patented bi
nc. Belts o')ro:: tbe . h. Patent Department.
and encaeed in P'nt borineM eici;:i:vely. can
make c.oeer K archep. and fetnre Patent! more
promptly, and with broader cluimf. than inote oo
an- remote fri ns Wapiti-ton.
I YYFYTf iV "nd " mo"' eteb i
Aii 1 v'Jl.j voir device; we make ex
amination and advice an to patentability, free of
ctitrze. All correspondence unrtjy routflenna..
Pncet low, and no charce snieer Patent l erured
We refer in Waebinfrton, to Iio'i. PoHmnfter
General D, M. K-T. Kt. F. l Power Tbe German
American National P.ank. to o(Ic:. in tbe V. S.
Patent Office, and to Hnatori and ftaiirt-peutatlTet
In CnhBtrr: and especially to oar clii-ntu in every
prate in .w uniuu ana in lanaaa. Aourei t
C. A. SNOW Sc CO..
Oppct.te Patent Ciffice.Wab:ntr.OD D. C.
XO PATENT, iNO PAY.
obtait.ed for mechanical device, medical or o;ber
conriponnp, ornamental denial, trademark and
label. Caveat. Aceipriment Interf' n'nf r. In
fringement, and all ma'ler relation to patent,
oroii,pt!y attended to. We make prellmlr.iry ex
tuliiation and f imleh opinion a to patrmnMH
t , fn e of tharj'e. and ail who are Interested in new
iventlon and Putenta are Invited to send for a
apy of onr "Guide for obtaining patent," wfcltb
( nt free to any adddre, and contain complete
iKructlone bow to obtain Patent and other vain
ble matter. During tbe pa', five year we have
obtained nearly tbree thoufand Patent for Ameri
can and Foreign inventor, and can (five atifactory
reference Inalmost evervcoonty in thel'niou.
Addre: LOl'Iri BA(GEK & CO.. Solicitor of
Patent and Attorney at Law, I.e Droit IluhdiLp
Wasblnztau. V. C.
lm,u,J and old
il'l(with ntnol. rr.viT
book). All strictly Hist class
Sold kt uhr.lesf.lf. furtirv
price. Tbee piano made one of th flnt dlo-
fimy at tbe centennial exhibition, and were anan
niouslv recommended or the h'eheat honor. Tbe
fiqume Grand contain Muthushek' new duplex
oveiiirunir cle. the L'n-atect Improvement in the
history of piano making. The nprlgbt am the
fined in Amtrha Catalogue of 4B pai?i i moiled
JUBILEE ORGANS, the best Ir, the world. An
f! toior(an only $M: 14 top, V7-wlth all lha
latest and best improvement, possessing power
depth, brilliancy and svrntiathetlc qnallty of tone.
Beautiful olo effect and perfect stop action.
Solid walnnt case ol biantiful deVn and elefant
flush, Circular freu. All Piano and Orcaw sent
on 15 day' tel trial freight free If nneatlsfuctory.
Don't fail to write a be- fJif i 4 TL1
fore buying Poeltivcly ellHTAl
offer the best bargain, rie-ullulli' ' J
tory and vtareroom, D'tb Street ar.d Tenth avenue.
SHEET AITiSrr, l tbird prlrr.
OUriTil JllJO 11 Catalogue of 8,W
choice pieces scat for 3c stamp. Addre,
Mendelssohn Piano Co., Box 2058, N. Y.
TO 8'pOOO A TEAR, or $ to
i nay in vour own locality
risk Women do ai well
men. Mnnv make morn
than the amount stated
above. No one can fail to
make money fast, Any one can do the work. You
can make from f. to 3 an honr by devoting vonr
evening and paru time to the buslnes. it c'ot
nothing to try tho bnlnc. Nothing like It for
money making cveroffered before. Btuincsi plea
atl and strictly honorable). Header, If you want to
know all about the best paying bulne heforo the
public, end u your address and wo will end yoa
private term free sample
wonns.T aio tree ; you run then make np your
mmii rorvourseir. Address UKOHUK ST,
tuu, fortland. Maine
CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
Tho Forfy-oightli anntml term begins
Thointlay, October 14th, I8b0, nnd con
tinncs seven inontlm. Ttrms, $00 first year;
$30 second year. For catalogua pr circular
JuooV JD- Cox, OlnclnTmti.O-
Assurance Society of the United States.
120 BROADWAY ."NEW YOEK
The Popularity of tlie Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that
nual New Business lias been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, and its
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
As a GUARANTEE of this,
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
ompanies.the Equitable nukes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new. throughout the United States,
After the iolicy has been in
"The Equitable Life has
January lt. 1880. 'f-ar1
books upon that date without
ijie r-qnuauie Liie Assurance Bociety was the first to in
T0XTLNE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
TV - T !xll.T. .
PiV the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society shows the following .strong points:
EIUST-The Equitable has a larger ratio ot assets to lia
bilities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIKD The Equitables death rate was less last year than
any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasure in referring to the following well knoivn business
men insured in the society, coitiposinff an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
UALLIDAY, Ciller City Xitioutl
FRAMi L. GALlunER, t'lro City mill.
J. M. P1ULLIPH, President Ilsllltlny A Philllpi
Wholesale tni retail drug-
of Etratton & lilrd
WALTON W, WRIGHT, of O. T). WUHamnon.
a Co,, lloal Htorcn and ( ommlcciou mcrcuanti
FRANK n0WE. nfC. M.
ITowo & Broe., pro
tIkIodr and Iiroduco.
PETT1T, GrocorltK. quccnuwaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
tlie aooye Boam or to
JU. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CIUINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nelraska, aud the
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chliago.
fer Eleven years its average an
and to counteract the perni
force for three years.
paid .since its orgzanization to
.fiftO 7.Q .w,i uu
a contested or past due claim."
SIMPSON II. TAKER, of Tabcr Broa., tnanu-fHcturlui-Ji'viuicrn.
WILLIAM D.LIPrET, Anlftant poatmaetcr.
W, R. OOIILSON, Dry uoodi", fancy good and
notion. ' "
TARR, General raorchandlno and
JACOB Rl-RC,EK,or Burger Bro. dry Rood
and clothing. '
JOnN NrnoAT.rroprlftof "Sproat'a RtfriR
GEO. R.'LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
m 1 1 in .
of A. Macklo t Co.'t