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On July lf, two tiundretl and nine nd
dltJonal tnom-j" onlcr post offices will Iw
pot In operation. 01 thU number thirty
tiro will be lu Illinois.
TMK PTAT m.
The potato bujc has arrived In New
Jersey and It giving the farmers of that
State a vast amount of trouble. The
jSJtta are ought wttii Vazit siren, tlT
"only known preventive of their ravage.
Sir. Beecher announces his Intention to
bontlrn to preach, wlmtevcr may be the
verdict of the Jury. There will be two
opinions as to whether tltl course will
showfehristlanhcroUm or hypocritical
TUE rOCBTH AT HPBIXUriEI.O.
The celebration of the national holiday
at Springfield is to be an lmmene affair.
Some hill dozen orators arc advcrti'cd
to let loose the American Eagle, and the
fire works are to eclipse anything of the
kind ever seen In Central Illinois.
A BEAK EXPEmiKEST.
It cost MU nri coscon wile,
eight hundred dollars to get two thou
sand dollars worth of Paris mndc cloth
ing through the Xev York custom
house, and the cxpenslvcness of the ex
periment will keep her from trying to
cheat the government In the future.
Vienna is a temperance town and no
saloons are licensed within its limits.
But the amount of. whisky which is sold
for medical purposes Is astonijliliig, and
proportionately astonishing is the num
ber of drunken men In the town. An or
dinance regulating the sale of whisky lu
the draf store Is suggested as a remedy
for the evil.
The devoted widow ol Sir John Frank
lin, now lying at the point of death in
England, sent a personal request to thu
churches of America to pray for her on
Sunday, June 20. Xo church to which
theknowcldgcof the pathetic request was
conveyed, failed to remember .Lady
Franklin In their supplications on that
day. For a quarter of a century nearly,
she has stood as the type of womanly de
votion and constancy, and will go down
to all history as an example to her sex.
She wa the second wife of Sir John
uFranVllu, and for tlfteen year, through
difficulties and disappointment, that
would have daunted a lcis faitluul or ca
persevering heart, she prosecuted her
search tot some clue to his late lit the
frozen regions of the North. In the Bad
sucocm that llnally crowned her ctlorts,
sun had the svmnathv of thn rlvllWo.i
world, a sympathy which has followed
uvrioinc gates of Death, and will go
Oowu with her to un honored ami
THE UHDCK OP THE CINCINNATI.
Wc publish In (its Issue u corrcsjiond
ence In defense of the Society of the Cin
cinnati. It Is prefaced by a violent at
tack upon Mr. Storey, of the Chicago
Times, that I;, rosay the least of It, a close
approach to scurrility. The olltmsu of
the editor was that one of his writers
spoke the truth about the Society of the
The establishment ol this Society was a
mistake, nnd if it had not been for the
indignant protests ol the people, it would
liave become a society dangerous to the
Institutions of the Republic. Composed
of officers of the ltevolutlonary army, it
was to be hereditary in the families of the
members. "It had a badge, or order,"
wo are Informed by Sparks, "ofli-nslvc In
republican eyes, as imitating the Euro
pcan orders of knighthood; it admitted
foreign officers, who liad served in Amer
ica, and their descendants ; it provided
for on Indefinite accumulation of fnraK.
Which were to be dl?HnJ vf at tin: l(s
cretion of the members."
Washington, who was unlike President
Grant,- was ensttircto,thc exprcs-Ions ol
public opinion ; and, when the discon
tent the organization of the Society had
occasioned grew Into clamorous censures,
at lu first general meeting, he exerted
himself successully to liavc the most ob
jectionable features, altered. JJut even
these modifications did not remove from
the Society the suspicions ol the people.
The Society has at this day six active
State branches, and still flourishes. Its
members Indulge somewhat in the pleas
ant Illusion that they arc In some way dis
tinguished from tho common mass of
their lellow-cltlzons, but nil danger from
Its tendencies has been destroyed.
A NOTABLE CONTMANT.
In the memoirsof John Qttincy Adams,
edited by Charles Francis Aclanu, and Just
published by J.U.WpplucottiCo., wc
have an Interesting account of the mau
uer in which that celebrated statesman
reoeiwd bWdcctlon to the presidency of
the Uulted Butts, an account made
doubly interesting at this time by the
contrast prawnted belt,,,, i,ts feeling
and actions on tho occasion, and those ol
President Grant, a toldby himself In
bU raent letter on tho "Winces" ho
made when accepting the office i,ici,
u uuHurcu sucn ntatesmtu a
Washington, the Adamses, father and
son, Jefierson, etc.
The electoral 'college ot 1825 failed to
decide the contest for the presidency
between Adam, JacUon.Clay aud Craw
ford. The election was thrown I nto Con
grats, and on the Oth ot February, 1R5
John Quincy Adam wa elocted prcU
dent, reoctvlntr tlx.
, -- - m .-wo luirieen
tttaUa; Jackion received tho vote of
! aa Crawford of four, Clay had
Jwiirom the contest. In a letter
WrlWa on that dav. Adam annVn r.t it
important event of hi life,
ZSv R would clow a
lu' . ... supplications to
tte Ttther ct Mt.rcle. tuat
It coturquMW; might redound
to hi; glory nnd tho welfare
of tho country." HI venerable father,
then lu hU ninetieth year, and who had
himself lelt the n'jH)iilblllty lu hU own
periou. shared tho feeling of his son,
and, In a letter tn him, said : "Never did
I feel so much olemnily ai upon this oc
caMoit, The multitude ol my thoughts
and the Intensity ol my leellng arc too
much for a mind like mine, lu Its nine
tieth year," and he Invoked the blessing
of God on the future of the newly elect
ed President, even as it had followed htm
lu "so remarkable a manner from his
liie Inauguration on the 4th of
March was also to Adams a day
marked by the same deep cnse
of responsibility, solemnity of feeling and
distrust of hlinelf on entering
upon the high and responsible duties
of the President. Tho entrance lu his
diarv on the morning ot that day was as
follows: "After two suecei'lvo sleepless
night, I enter upon thU day with sup
plication to Heaven; ftrt, for my
country; second, lor myself aud those
connected with my good name and for-
time, that tho last results of lt events
may be auspicious and blecd," nnd. In
the evening, thl : "I closed the day as I
began, with thanksgiving to God for tils
mercies and favors past," etc.
It Is difficult to Imagine that ttic otllcc
which was asnnil with such f'eollmri by
John Qulncv Adams Is the same which
Gen. Grant tells us he made such acrlil-1
cc to aocept, and which he evidently re
gards a- lightly n he once might have
held the mayorship of the city of Galena.
Sense ol responsibility, doubt of his own
fitness, or trembling fear that he might
ever be unequal to the duties of the po
sition, aptiear to have been feelings for
eign to his breast. He did not want the
office the first time, and made a sacrifice
when lie took It. He did not want It the
second time and made a sacrlllco when
he took it. He docs not want It the third
time, but is willing to maKo tho sacrlllco
again it the ttcoplc nsk him to.
Viewing the public men of a former age,
divested of the glamours which the past
throw around everything, they appear
very much as the public men ol the pres
ent, surrounded by no such glamours,
apiHsir. Hut the contrast between Grant
and John Qulncy Adams, is not Imagina
ry. It Is made strong ny the different es
timates placed by them on the highest of
fice lu the gilt of the people. The exam
ple of the statesman of tho past may
safely Iw held up for imitation by tho am
bitious politicians of the present. That
of the present incumbent ol the office
can havo no Itillticiee but a debasing and
DEFENSE OP THE REVOLUTIONARY
Aud i Terrible Allark on 4'hiriiRo
Just BCaOM, LUt Mtny Qtit JyyU. 7t
From the Chicago Tlme.l
George Washington was n very distin
guished man of the last centurv. lie
was first lu war, first in peace, first in
the hearts ol his countrvuien, and also
first in the introduction ot muled Into tho
American colonies. Hut in mlti- nt nil
Ills creatness, wu are reminded bv n
meeting which took place lu New Yoik
last week that even Washington could
tn.lL'O fl mithlL'O. Ilia liin;t micrtli-'iiftit-
error was the founding of the societv ot
the Cincinnati, an order which was intend
ed to supply tho American Itepublic
with n ready-made aristocracy. The
scheme was a pietty one. 'I'lib onlcr
WASOOeil onlv tn llu iidlwrs nftli.. T'.vrv.
lutiotuirr arniy and their male descend
ants. '1 ntM; officers were ot course per-
soui ot some consideration in the time?
which followed the rloe ol the war. and
tllf'V (Vllllllv lullnvill fli'it n li'iln nri...r.l
Itary distinction would surround their de-
how idly they calculated. Thu order of
me iincinnau still exists, uut wiiat u
mUpmli ri'innitif If la '11
ship is co feeble that meetings arc hold
but once In three years, and tlic oflspring
ot the founders of the republlo
have tiannetl out so noorlv that
only viuiu In tlic "swlety,
Hamilton Fish, of New York, is
known outside of the place of his re-i-dence.
The triennial meeting was held
111 w Vnrt- nn U',I,..-,I.,V I ,
... - " f i-uiitsuaji l.l-l, UUI1
there M erc not orators enough preK-nt to
reply to half a dozen toasts. Uut ier
haps, after all, there was nothing very
dl-creditablc in the t flbrt of the founders
of the ifx'lcl V tfl Iirnvllli. nil li. ...II. .......
educated arlstocrary for a country which
iuyiiiw!iAxnj;i)ciiu) to tue rule ot
mobs ot Ignorant aliens.
To Hit Killtororthr Cairo lJulletlu
I take tho liberty to clip the above
scurrilous article, which amiearod In tin-
editorial column., of thu Chicago H'fV
Timtt of tho 17th ol May.
It appears from this editorial scratch.
that ald Storey has become disgusted
with the results of Hilling the fame and
character of living men whose history
Is past reproach-that he fccetns dlsgus
ttfl with all noble organizations of our
great republic, Is hi fact disgusted with
thecouutry itnelf and tries to l-niore
the fair fame of one who was ever nroinii.
ted with Ideas pure and noble lor the
turtiierencoorthc welfare of his country
Would that Mr. Storey could sav he
had done as ns much for his country a
the least of the acts which ho credits to
Washington, vl. : "first In the lntrodue-
tlon of mules Into the American colonies."
ell might we forgive him for the shame
which lio has brought unon himself bv
Ws past actions.
In prcstntlnir tbe
to, we liavo nver sceu but one parallel of
Impudence It equal, which was the be
trayal of our Savior br Judan Iscarlot for
imny nieces of silver.
If any Of the descendants nf tin, i.
carlot lamlly are yet living, wc lcg par
don for alluding to them lu connection
with the name of Storey.
Having an Invitation with other fiicuds
to visit the home of one who Is a member
mo viuciunatl, tho article of the
Txmti was pre.tnted to lie. A wo are
not reader of that style of literature, It
would otherwise have passed our uotlce.
Wc would have been Ignoraut of the
noble (?) lonllmmta which liur-t liptl
tho mind of Its nnthori and It pornul
has mnvlnrcd n that tho link I? Mimt
which connects Its nuthor to tho Darwin
Ian theory. We inut exclaim, with the
Universalis ptvaeher of Indlann, who,
after saying there was no hell, iiihiii ex
amination of the collection, uhlch con
sisted i.hletly of buttons nnd old rusty
nail, fold his congregation ho was not
sure of there not being a hell If there
certainly was not one there should Iw.
To tho-o who may not be acquainted
with the objects of the society of the
Cincinnati, wc give a short sketch of
Its history, the date for which we gather
front Col. W., who Is a member, whose
father was ri general In the ltevolutlonary
army and chief Aide of Washington,
and who himself has done more for the
Southern portion ol Illinois than auy one
man. He wiw under Taylor iu the Mexi
can war, and Is lu possession of letters
from Taylor, Wool, McDowel, 1111 and
others, commending him for the high
proficiency with which ho fulfilled the
duties of his command. He wa a mem
ber ot the legislature in the early days of
Illinois. Also was one of the two first
nidi to settle at Cairo and open up the
shlpptng commerce between the North
and South. He 1 the only member of
the Cincinnati with whom I am Intimate
ly acquainted, but, If the society rou
talns nioroineii whose lives have been o
conspicuous as the protertor and pro
moter of the welfare of our country,
It is undoubtedly an organization
which America may well be proud ot.
At the cloe of the war of the Hcvolu.
Hon, which gave Independence to the
United States ot North America, after a
conflict of nearly eight years, the officers
compri-ing the army at the time of Its
dissolution and disbandment, formed the
society of the Cincinnati. At the time
the society was formed and con-tituted,
there was only one general society. Af
ter peace wa made and the members
constituting the general society had re- j
tired to their homes in the different States,
they formed state societies, subordinate
and under the control of the general so- J
clety. The general, or mother society. !
meets once in three years for business, it 1
wnicii time each State society send del
egates to report, and to take part in the
deliberations and consultations lor the
best Interest of the society. The general
society of the United State- meets once in
three years, the State societies on the
22d of February and the 4th of July an
nually, anil at -uch other times a? they
At the time the society was formed and
constituted there was only the one
general society. Immediately, thereupon,
each State of the thirteen, formed State
societies continued of the members of the
general society, living in each of the sev
eral States, subordinate and under the
(supervision of the general society. The
society was not founded by George
Washington as stated by the Time. Mr.
Storey, lu his paper of the Klh of May,
referred to the Triennial meeting, held iu
New York a few day? previous. Owing
to the fact that each .State -octets- sends
only onu i two ,t.iVtztH lit. vl.lt. 'v..
nmi iiimmjnv inw-iiei lis uu-im.""", and
the order being so widely spread through
out the different State.;, It could not be
expected that there would have been a
very large delegation present at this Tri
ennial meeting. Tho general society is
to the Order of the Cincinnati what our
Cabinet is to Congres-.
The order I- a benevolent one. It sup
ports many w Idows and orphans. The
order iu Virginia several years since
u.-ed Its accumulated wealth In establish
ing the WashluA'ton College of that State,
now known a- the I.ec University.
With this meagre description of the
character and objects of this noble order,
wc hope that the seemingly unfair and
erroneous statement iu the Ttmts will
not dl-paragu the hopes of the young
men of America for tho welfare ot an
onlcr that Is the pride of all who may
claim the name of an American citizen.
G.C. II. Makanda, Ill's.
Tu l'i rn rnu Inkr lhre Kliirraare r.l
"3 tu .tjrei t. tit. suit remain lot.; unwell, pio
i. leil lueir . .e ate tint ilenir" el lj nmi n
un uritlitr luean, ami titai oriun w..tc
nl ix.int bf rst air
i jIirpvln or luillr.ilon, Ilri liche. P'
i lie MiuiilJer. Cotictu, Tal'lneM of the tliet
I ijuir.e. Suur Krarution. of the tstomarh. ti
I Me In Hie Mouth, limoim Attack. 1'alrilatioi
' Civ Heart. Iridiu m. Ion or the l.unp. i'&iuli
i i.'ti.n of tlio Kitiio). aiMl a hnndrc'l ott.f '
ii ..'ul iii;'toint, ate tlio t'lTVprlr.ei of Hjiep
a fiio to'tle uiil itd.o a letter cuarauttc o
t- M et.! tlun a ler.clhjr ni!crliement.
for I'rmnlr L'oiiiiuliiia, lu )ounz orolJ
nieil or'inc'e, tt Hie rtawn ofviotnanh&vl, ot
i.e Him of life, tlie.e Tome llltten Uii0aj i ile
..i .1 an tunueuce ti nt tiu.rotui(bl Uhii cr
t'ur I Htlnniiiinlorr unil Ckroule Uhrn.
muiUiii hiiiI (.uut. Iii.iou., Imittent nrnl l.i'rr
i .it. nt I'kcm. Uihc4 of ttie HIool. Ijvcr. Ki t
. f nnj lilaililer, ttiee littler him co cquji
1 1' .'. I 'fati aro eameil hj Vitiited ltioo.1.
Tlir) uii' n ceulir l"i.rnll,r n rll ol
n Tunlr, o.f.IiiK t'io merit of WUv, a t
Ki crr-it ayettt In tc.lctir.g Corcentlnn or In
ututintion of Hie l.lier .'tirJ Vliceul Organ", am
u liinf.(i IHjeoei.
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ilicum, ICutri.t. Mmin, I'linMc. fii'itute., Iiiu.t
'a 1 1. mitten, lliuv ornm, SvaliMlrail, Sore Kjei
.ryMpelaf. ItTh. N-urfi. Iilwoloratlonnrthchon,
I iiiorrn.'! I)ikcKK)(th M,tnof whatever lamr
r nituie. are file rail j- mk ur ati'l cur rift out o
'lie hjni'iu lu a ti.ort time lr tlio uu of tl.c.f
(aritliful Tliaiuiiiiila r.rorljlm Vtsriii
tirrms l lie n;o.t woniletful laiicorant tlut (to
a'.'.tinl the hinlklnc ttitem.
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'or, ol WaMilngtou uriO Charlton Mi., N. V.
kii.ii ity ai.!. imiT.disTM a dkalkks.
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ThU U a Piroaua Water-Proof I'alnt.ei
llallv dtalgneil fur bulnsla rooh. An old
royi.nlate-ralnleil, will outlat anew oneun
lalnM, uuil u new rwf will latt time llicea u
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'liMlslinl tttry ThuivJjy morning at 1 25
txraiiuum, iimrlnU; In wlt-uucr. '1 lv xat.i;v
on Oip Weekly Till be lnrvil,l at thU oflicv, to
that eilhscrlUrflll uhlaln fur u iilHcrtUon
riiv nf SI a jn.-.
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Jacciutnu. both as to rale ol charges ami wan
ner of itlfplaylnif their Ciore.
J3-Ntlcei In looflt eolnnin imertevl for Kif
ln Cents jer line tor one Ini.rtHin, Twtnly
Cent a line far two l.rtlonj, Tweuty-Klve
Cent a line for thr-e intertious Tlilrty-nvc
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Cent a line fur one month,
Communication! upon subjects of tren
oral Interest to the public solicited.
S3-AU letter! ehouH be uddrcssvt to
JOHN II. OIIKKLV,
I'rvaldent Cairo Ilulletin Comtauy.
The People's Remedy.
The Universal Pain Extractor
Aak for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
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, Injuries to M.in or J'.kMn,
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lions of InlariM, or
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Corner Thirty-Fourth Strson nnd
Notice in Bankruptcy.
Southern DUtrict off IllnoU', "
"7HKItKAS, on the i!M day of .Ma-, A. ,.
t lefj. Die "(.'nderwrlter Wrwkmif Com
luinr'' tiled a U.i In the Dhlrlcl Court of the
Lnllt-1 hUlu f(,r Hie .-nnlhfni Diitricu.r till.
ii'ili, awln.t the "Fuel liatve of the itmruer
heyatoi.c ' iru)lDK that the utue nwy w con.
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tloiml. Alwl U'ti.w.a l.u ,lrin.,.r i.r.. i..
due form of law, to in dlnctiil, ivinrntblc on
me iimi Jionaay In July next, I liavvaeliul iihon
and taken the tald "'utt liure of meaner Key
itono" and hate the lame lu my rutody
' ui wc ii nereny given, mat a liutntl umrt of
the Unlteif ntates will lie held at the fnttnl
iImIh, TrmH II....... I. ... l.i,
alii piviuUcs, gml 11m owneroruwuwi amt all
tront Mho have or claim any lntcrtt therelu,
nic licreby clll to b ml ar at the time aul
antc Willi theiiniyrroroaltlllhrl,
m in; iiiuuiii U( in iril'lVlWl It tCi,Qtt-
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WM. T. BEERWART,
iHnlrr In -
Tin, Shoot-Iron and Copper Ware.
GUTTERINO AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PnOStrTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial and Washington Avm.
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice
tteingeraiors, water uooicrs, ice
9aftcT3 nViad0 Sc?,ccn
Wire Cloth, Bird Cases. Moss Das-
1. m.f1 D.i. 1 i - i m i -1
kcts, Toilet Sets, Fishing Tackle,
xjuuius, yju, ummncys. iiiso mo
lino Plows and a general stock of
in niniiK-tion with tt.- ulx- I k. - j :'r,i.
cIa-h Tiii.iiiUIi. mt urn inrv.l t'i iln aUL'l
of Job Work n.-lmrt haiki'.
1 Viei constantly on han'l a larc .i ,rt f
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Retail.
ile f ent r.rllie elel mini
r i' i - a. v
C5Call anJ examine Ixf rr iiurcluaiu, at I
wilTuot I undersold
11)1 f-oriii-r l-JIti nmi ,nii. .-.. CUKo,
C, W. HENDEHSON.
i:Ai7T:T.rTi: virs r.
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.
;ONVEYAKCERS. NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Auonta of the Illinois Central and
.uuriinition ana Uulncy li. Ii.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoe,
i.u. Lrxcu. m.j iiowijsr.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houae
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Surveying ami Civil En
gineering. OFFICE-In Winter's Dlock.Coraer Com
mercial Avonuo and Sovontb Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Close,
Homer IBth St. and Commercial Av
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
r PROMINENT ADVANTAGES
THE NEW LOW ttKlf Oil! "S'lMNDAKD"
" ,)mi! iL''' .
'9ff? QU,CK AND UNIFORM
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, arid Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONI,Y DY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
a, Oi l, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUTS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY DY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. ' w-am
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Onil f t Sale at
Groat Heductioii in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins.
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGU STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
fjtrue btnek of Whlto Oooda. Vletorfa Liwn. Bwlin ilarallo, ulI a free -lock cf
Itlbbons. I ln .entire Mwk Wilt l iM alurtiul r t mi'l c-.iitiuue until it n clo.rl ml. .ill
r:" " " " .-mi. h i . .-m
I Corner Eigh.tli Stand Commercial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS Aim RETAILERS OF
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
w aa i-Luwisu JuATlilUAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES .SOAPS, COLOROILS'
TUBE COLORS. DYE STUFFS,
VARNISHED ETC., ETC'.
ry-f; ol.eitc.Jrrtindinrearidonlw ri..m l. u, i'N I'Lv-lciani and GimthI Mon In nan
mi ."fc'iV ' ","r,iu" . fl.it, I'Ui.t .t 1 1 .,iu.iy JUilicluo U- f'jrni.hrd or . -
flllul with rt lljhle Urus, at rejKonalde ral
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, f'IR0 RETAIL & PRESCRTfTIO.S
,4 Oblo Levee. 1 " " WahIn(tton Av Cor. 8th 3t.
i mnmtt i n i n wi i r r-ri r-m t rri n-aJifriMirTw-rrtiiw n.
.lsj -' wlT" ' "'" ''.'V'4
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Fomuica-wr uGlktd domestic
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops n full Htock of
Monongahela.Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
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fiml P. o tall
COLLIER WIIITi: LEAD.