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JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
r.Tin;it -ioji iiritHi;.
FulhcrToin Hiirkc, tlie eloquent IriMi
irlit wlm vMtal America a year or fo
no. MI" poor hraltli. 'villi prospect nt
n Ion? .Ij.-o ,r nines' am! o recovery.
Tills tftleiitttl Amuriotii lady H writing
tetters trom Scotland to linr Irloinliln tlie
t'ulted State. .She is evidently In pur
Milt of material for ttiliire literary works
Oov. Tlltlen lm ptveii tin State of
Xcw York mi economical administration
during hl Hr.t year of ntlto. A reiluu
tlon of two and a iMlfinlllltfiH of ilolhiM
In tlie State expenditures ha Iwn made.
t-AVsi: rou imi.v.
Tlic.Tack'onvlllcunm.a Mauncli l!c
piiWlcanpHpcr, h "pained to m: that the
-ligation ot John A. I.oau as a ciihII
date of the p.irty for pre'ldent l(w- not
create nnv treat nmoiint of entlnuh'oii.''
The great and pood John hlin-elf U no
donht palmnl and ilNappoiiited lilni-eir
tv the Kami! tiling.
John II. 1'oley's bronze, statue of
Stonewall Jack-on will be nn-ctcl n I lie
enpltol groumls'ln Illchtnond, Vn., dur
ing the State f.dr In October next. It lit
Halt to bear a strlkln.j resemblance to the
original, every feat lire belli;; f.ilthfuly
jiortnijTd. Tlie work was conceived, de
"inpil and executed in I'liglaud, nnd the
culptor, Foley, Is now numbered witli
England'. dl-tiiifriiishcd dead.
Wendell Phillips in a letter to James
Buchanan of lndlaunpoll, declare hi?
Intention to support ("rant tor the third
ti rm "uulei omc one can be lound as
tins as he Is to rally the whole North and
as true as ho has been to claim from the
South all the fruits or our victory. Hut
tic has not by any mums done bis own
duty. When he claimed or consented to
the rejection of the School olau?e in tin
eh II rights bill, ho made that Indlspen.-a.
ble mcauru almost uncles-, and balked
the hopes of the nation." Thus salth
1'hllllps but he will support Ceiicral
(iraut becaif-c he Is the only man "who.
has any chance to be elected." (.rent
man, Oeneral Circuit.
It. II. I)owell,of Ivnoxvillc, committed
sulciilo by shooting himself, on the 21th
Inst. He penned and left tlio following
brlet nolo to murk hN tragic exit from
the world :
"It. It. Dowel! has suicided. The
grave Is a welcome home, (iod will takn
can; of my little boy. I have S;iO to bury
Men will sav crazv.
lie was twenty-eight year- of ago, and
represented as a man of fair talents, hav
ing been atone time attorney-general or
a Judicial circuit embracing the counties
ofthe seventeenth rlronlL ll.nl -lssni-iu-
tlous, and tbu contracUon of (-vll habits,
from which he could not break away,
caused him to tiro of lire and precipitated
tlie end of what might have been a ue-
NT.W WAMIIIUTO.V (D.C.) JOt'IlNA I
lliu .Memphis Ataiunchc of a recent
dnle, anuounee.s that Col. O. V. Alexau
uer ami coi. j-. a. xyier nave pnr-
cha'cd the V ashlugton Gazette, a weekly
Journal, which w ill bo changed to a daily.
Col. Alexander, formerly manager ofthe
Appeal counting rooms, and a gentleman
of line business qualltlcatloiM, will be
manatrcr of the new dally; and Col.
Tyler, years atro chief editor of tlie Ap
peal, also of the Ledger, and R'pitter, Is
to nsctinic editorial and polltb.nl control
of Its columns. Mr. W. Ik Foute, aUo
of .Memphis, has been engaged as literary
editor. The Gazette Is now a Democratic
paper, and will, undcrthecoiitrul.of Col.
Tyler, remain so. The two colonels are,
live newspaper men Tyler being a wri
ter of ability and a gentleman of high
social standing In the State of'i'eiiuessee;
and Col. Alexander, n man of acknowl
edged mechanical skill, tlrolus energy,
and managerial tuct.
jr.rruiiHox iiavih ami ti:xa-
x he ladles of Xexas are endeavoring to
raise funds mr the purchase of a home hi
lexas for Jcflerson Davis mid they will
surely succeed In the enterprise. While
in Texas Mr. Davis made many warm
friends among both sexes, and on bis
way to the capital ofthe State expressed
himself as delighted with the beautiful
scenery and rich lands that presented
themselves in every league that he
traveled. Owing to thN, tin
udlcs determined to purchase
him a home In their inld.-t, and In view
ol thU they arc working with energy to
accomplish the task. For years Mr.
Davis and his family have been residing
on Court street, lu Memphis, retired from
tho bustle ofthe world, visitlngeach Sun
day n modest, unp.ilntcd little church
(St. Lazarus) that l sandwiched between
two tali brick houses nud shadowed by
the sprenditig brandies of an aired oak.
.Madison, Ju oup ohls lcttor.s,,replyhig
to a corresponuent, expresses his concur
rence In the propriety of jtsortlng, in
construction ot the constitution, to the
sens In which It was accepted and ratified
by the nation, "hi that sense alone," he
ay, "it Is the legitlnmte Constitution
If the meaning ofthe text besought
in the changeable meunlng of tho words
composing It, It Is evident that the shapu
anu flttnnutes or the government must
partake of the changes to which the
words and phrases of all Jiving languages
are constantly ubccl." Undoubtedly
this Is a sound proposition. TJic Inteii
tionofHiefrHiner.i of tho Constitution,
and tho people vtho adojited It, In so far
nethc word used In tho Instrument con
vey their Intention, should bo sought
whenever the power tlicrtin delegated
to the rjlf rt government Is to b exer-
clfcd ; hut altered oondlllons creato facts
that would make the Comtlltilloii, liter
ally Intcipetred in application to them,
produce refills of which the framor ami
adopter of the fnt rtmifiit never oven
JIMVl'.M.'N AIMMI.llll.VC'i:. j
.Sem'tiiry .lewell Is helnir written up
u.i.-ii5iyei.v ny ti i-iorn nowi'iapiT cor
runomlciit.. The Indianapolis eoncs
pondent of the Coutvr-Juurnal describe
the I'oit-inu-tcr (feiicnd's "xoeletv"
pcar.incu n pcculhuly liitclimtlii--:
"If he was pleaMiijrlu travellii'- die-.
what pen win do JiHtlcc to the cabinet
olllcer In full drcn ; French hroadeloth.
wlilli necktie and utilte Md? His com
plexion was us pure iiml fair us If the
winds ol heaven had nevi r visited It too
roughly; anil the clear blue eyes and
matchlc4 teeth were -et off by the sll
vry halrimd white inutaelm and beard.
Then ho li.i tin- gift of a swect, clioeiy
voice, and the trick of ll-teiiiiij,' as much
with his eyes as hN ran., which xv to
hi- general conver.-al Ion tlm ulinnn of a
persona Interview, llo I-iiia-ter of nil
the changes of Middy -mall-talk, which
l the secret, no doubt, of his popularity
with the ladle."
Tin: maim: ti.wuixu.
The hanging of (lordon and Wagner
nt Thomiwton, Maine, on lat Friday,
was tin exhibition which would certainly
have satl-lled the lli'iuc at believer In the
justlei' or capllnl puuNhmeut. The two
1 men hud hoped against hope that fate or
I'rovldcnec or something would save
them from the gallows. Hut when the
time between themselves nnd eternity
was narrowed down to the. pitiful space
or two hours, tin- two doomed wretches
gave up. (lordon endeavored to antlcl
patu the work of the gallows by stall'
bing hlui'clf to dentil with u shoe Knife.
The wound was not deep enough to kill
blin, but the lo-s (if blood inadehlm lu
tenMiHc, ui'.il in tins condition lie wa
prepared lor the gallouv. car
ried out and on to the
platform. The telegraphic teports tell the
story with horrible brelty : "He was
placed lu a sitting position on the box on
the drop, ami supported by two deputies.
Ills face was us pallid us a corp-e. lie
made no "Igu of life save n faint moan
ing," and in tills condition, lite rope was
adjiided about hi- neck by a depute, nt
the same Instant that another performed
like service for agner, und-liniiltanc
ou-dy the two men were jerked Into mid
ill and died without n struggle. Wag
ncrprote-tcd bis Innocence to the lat.
avr.Kx, vix-toiiia axi Tin: c i:x
It has been .suggested by some enthu
siastic worker In the centennial e.iuse
that (Jiteen Victoria be Invited to vl-it
l'hlhidfclphla to be present at the -Ith ot
Inly celebration ol 1S7C. The Idea has
been received with favor and it i- now al
together probable that an effort will be
made to induce tin Queen to accept tlie
proposed invitation. There Is no doubt
that the prccn e of Queen Victoria at
the centennial would be one of the strong
est attractions .which the Philadelphia
managers could oiler to attract the great
public ol' the t'nlted States on that occa
sion. Thousands or persons who would
not take tlie journey to the city ot
Itrotherly Love from any patriotic desire
to view the material evidences of tin
country s growth and prosperity, would
be drawn there from the desire to see the
grand-daughter of King George against
whom our ancestors succe.-.-fully rebelled
a iiumuwi yearsago. j iio uueeit is no
longer a yoiiu-r woman she lacks about
three vcars of being three-score and It
Is doubtful whether she would undertake
the long journey across seas lu the heat
ot Summer. Jiut the Invitation should
hewxteuded, and If the Queen accents, the
centennial malingers limy throw up their
tiii: iA irij sii.opi:.
V gentleman ofthe South, of line lite
rary attainments, named (ieorire W.
Ulfl, emigrated to Calltornla about three
years ago. Since that time he has writ
ten many article which were published
in his old home, speaking in glowing
terms of the le-oun.'es of California and
Itsjieallby and salubrious climate. This
Induced emigration, ami roued the Ire of
the Southern press, lu a recent article
he says that tho total exports for the
year 1ST I amounted to ?:t:t,C2., 1, f. Pre
clous inetaN produced i' 1, 101,0."., of
which $27,R'JO.OOO was coined at the San
FraucNeo branch mint. The wool pro.
duct of 1S7 1 was Ils'.l 17,7X1 pounds,
worth S'J.OOO.uOO. 0,000,000 gallons of
wine were made, worth $1,000,000.
Shipped Fast 15,000,000 pounds of tea.
Personal properly in San Francisco this
year rcaelie, $i:t..,000,000, and tho ivalty
will be double that. Yield or wheat for
IS7I reached .i7,."00,000 bushels, of which
HO.000,000 went to F.urope where the
California market is, and where it is car
ried at a le-s rate than the farmer of Il
linois gets Ills to New York. Six hundred
ofthe llneat ships, lu the word are annu
ally loaded for other ports ; and bread
enough will be produced this year to
feed one-fourth of the entire population
of America. I ho mine-, each pay month
ly dividends of $1,20,000 to their stock
homers, niter an uxpcn-.es atu paid. Last
year M),00() emigrants were added to the
population of California, and vet wages
have not decreased. The-o figures ami
facts arc given by a gentleman whom we
know, In refutation of statement.-, made by
editor" and writers In the South. He Is
now editing a paper In Napa, and will
make his tlou of the State known
through tho iutlucucoot hN name and
Iiilcriinfloiiitl I'riKiui IMioliik'riijili.v.
1 he Manchester (KulO Examiner savs !
"It Is said that nrlson nlintivM-.-mlu-
should be placed on an international li.-I.
sU. Tho notion Is not a bad one, and it
Is confirmed by. If indeed it has not Imd
lu orlirln hi a recent incident. An e.
eomplMicd swindler recently disappeared
from Pails, bcarinc awav somu eostlv
Jewclry which he hud obtained from u
loo-coiiinunir duaicr. Jlio roltlier was
quite unknown to the Paris police, who
never got on Ills scent, hut It appear,
that their nrofesslonal brethren in I.on.
don might have (riven tliein n 1'rlcinlly
wnrnlng. Until the man and his eo n
ledeintcs llguro In the rogue' Mi
lium hi possesion of the Scotland Viird
authorities, nnd It w ould really seem that
an Interchange of these caites among the
heads of police in the lending eapllnN. pi
Kurope would be ol service In Hiding in
tlie detection or criminal-. Tlil particu
lar thief hud relations with the jeweler
extending over -everal da". Mining
Which his Visit" to and fro were lieqilent,
nnil, had some Paris detective previous
ly scanned hN photograph, they might
have been able to lay their hands on the
man when lie was 'wautcil.' Ills nolle
nblo that the number of 'high class'
swindlers Is exceedingly limited, and that
by the vei v neces-llles of their eralt they
must iilu-.ii-s In; mi the move. Sooner or
later they fall under the clutches or tho
law, and punishment might overtake
them sooner rather than later by imikhi'-
photographv an hi'truineiit In their de
Tlie .Inry Mill! I.ocheil Vn,i.
wiirlhy .N cum mini 'I'Ikmii- W tint tlrr.
Cher iiikI TIIIdii (Mil VrNfcnluy.
Xr.w Yonn. Juno 'Jr. To dav did not
niter the situation. The jury urn locked
up for tlie fourth night, mid there I- ab
solutely no iiiistwoiiny news ol their
doings. Tho Court-bou-e was closed to
the public, but thcjudgc was there wait
ing to be. called upon by the jurt for di
stinctions or to be told Unit they could
not agree. There was, however, not u
word of communication from them, ex
cept about iri lul matters. The windows
ot their room were watched closely mid
constantly from neighboring house", and
gllnip.M.'s of their movement thus ob
tained Indicated little activity. Thcv
balloted several times, (mil did lint otteh
seem to be engaged In warm iiiseiisnn.
Their isolation is considered complete.
Policemen patrol under tho windows and
Inner doors are carefully guarded. Judge
NelNon said this eveiilnir to vour corres
pondent : "Wlieneverthejiirorisay that
agreement N hopelca's, I am
ready to discharge them, but
I will not begin overturei. They
ueituer utKeii ior instructions nor ,-av
they cannot agree, and that leaves me m
eour.-e but to let them alone. As to ru
mors as to how they stand, whatever
anybody knows is not based on informa
tion from the jury. My olllcer.s lu charge
are ub-olutely trustworthy, and would
surely tell me ot any iinnroner oeeurren
ees." Mr. Ilceelier returned from I'eiks-
klll this morning and preached In I'ly-
uiouin ciiurcu. Mr. jutou attended
Methodist services tills morning, wns-at
inline in ine ancrnoou, ami waiKCil Willi
his daughter, Florence, lu the evening.
Humors are still rife giving Heecherfroni
seven 10 eleven oi ineturv.
NOTED COLLEGE BOYS.
Inleccstlii!.- Mielelies of. Vow t'ainmiH
A lelfer writer at Uruuswick. .Me.,
sketches plea-antly some ol I lie college
experiences of Longfellow and Haw
thorne, lie say-:
in ins college ti.iys l.onglellow.s s pa
rents re.-Iiled hi Portland. The voim--
poet entered Itowdoin one year hi ad
vance, as a sophomore, at the early iieo
of lllteen. In college, I am told, be hail
no exchl-lve a-snclatcs. He mhi'dednnd
talked fieeiy with all, and so eanio to be
universally regarded liv the imvs as a so
cial and irenlal fellow. In recitations
lie was always very prompt and atten
tive. He showed lilin-efr tolieaverv
line recitation scholar. In the languages
he was especially HuMied. mid liN
themes alway- bore the stamp of a elas
.icil mind. I u ntalheinatic- mid meta-pbyi-le.s,
however, bo was not par
ticularly ilNtlnguHicd. though ho
acquitted hlniM-ir fatrlv. While
in eoiiege lie wrote a great
Meal ol p.i.-try, among which None poem
now in print, much admired. Prof.
l'aeKaru, while lu lloston, once called
ii o line- i i. falter, then the editor
ot tho l.ltcrai xi l'i view of Huston. "Who
I that young tcllow down there. ' -avs
Mr. J 'arlcr, "who write-, such good pue-
ii .- il mtiii iiiai - tiling i.ougieiiow
was a coiiiiaut poetical contributor to
tills Jlnhie while In college. 'I'iiere is a
very old d. f k now In college which
said to have been a part of the college
luniitnro ol the poet. I am told that
widle in college In- read neaiiv all tho
disthigui-hed IJrltNh poets, ami showed
lilui-elt very foui ol die old essayists of
history mid hiography. luleln college
he also delivered before file students a
very flue production ol 'King Philip nud
Miles Standish," mid at graduation the
Mihlcet of his oration was "The Life and
Writings of Cbatterton." Hut lie
then, at now. very much averse to mil. Hi:
speaking. It will bo a hall a century
next .July -luce lie graduated. His class
will hold a reunion at that time, mid
Longfellow will deliver a poem.
Hawthorne's parents Hied In tho old
town of Salem, Mas-. Young Nathaniel
entered Jiowdoiu at thu ago of seven
teen. As a student ho was the reverse of
young Longfellow In almost every re
spect. It wa- Longfellow Vs nature "to be
frank and social with all. Hawthorne,
on tho other hand, was sensitive, sliv, re
served, (pilet and meditative, ami ho ol't
ener pn-ieired to bo by biin-elf. Says
otic of Ids old classmates to the writer:
"I think he was tho most peculiar young
man in ins lasios i ever met, uno peeu
llarity of hi.- college days I remember
very well. On leaving tho recitation-
room, instead til keeping witli thu rest
of tin; class, lis they stoppetl to laugh and
chat, he would immediately drop
oil', either by himself or In com
pany with one ol bis particular
associates. I remember it was often his
delight to wander away alone down
iiinoug the pines. Here, in some noise
lens retreat, lie would remain for hours
studying nud musing by hlin-clt'. He
seemed to have a dread ol contact with
Ids fiillow-studcnts, and exhibited tenden
cies to solitude. Hut fuw of his class
mates ever came to know him well, lu
eollego he had but three asoelates. With
these lie was very intimate. One was
Franklin Pierce. Pierce afterwards be
came president of the l.'nlteil States, and
Hawthorne his biographer. I lenieni
her, continued my Informant, ".ei-lu
them often together hi colle-'o days
ami I know the friendship whlcl!
they then formed fur each other lasted
through life. Hawthorne's 1 I it III It tlL.-
soelales lu eollego were Horatio Hrhlge
now at the head ofthe bureau ofnlothhV
In the naval department, and (ieo. si
Sawyer, now clilel-Ju-lleo of South Caro
lina." lu recitations Hawthorne was
not icinarkiible foraeeiiracv. In fact ho
was very often deficient. ' .Mathematics
he disliked very much, lie excelled only
In one branch dial of a writer. Prof'
N'ewinan oftt-u spoko of Ids translations
as showing a high order of taste, while
hN Lngll-h compactions weio
always excellent, lie was. indeed a lover
of literature, ami prelcrn il i-ithcr to give
vent to hN natural genius than to allow
himself to bo cramped and moulded Into
the mere meniotllng machine of the
class-room. Hut to conmlolo tho storv,
some one has said ili.it Hawthorne w.is
blessed with a noblo wife, whom If ho
had never loved ho would hi all nn.li.il.il.
Ity have tiled undeveloped and unknown.
Hoth are now dead. Ilawthornn sleeiw
on a pleasant hllbslopo near Concord.
His Ideal wife rests In an old church.
yard In London. In heaven, let us tiu-t,
their souls are ngnlu nulled.
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FLOOItlNO, SIDING, LATH, &c.
Mill aud Yard,
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iiaiieu ofailecrcu rendered in the above
entitled catwo in said Court at tho May Torm
tlitrtol. A I). 1S7I I, .lohn (. llurmaii,
.Munter Iti .Chancery of miI.I enmity, will, on
the 1Mb tla olMi.ne. A.J). 187.'., alt! o'clock
J. in. nf said day, bell at pulillu vendtlu to
111" llifliest ,ld,Ujc (or cash, (silbjiii t to the
c'luity or redciiipttori,) nt tho Iront dour ot
the Court llouso In the city of Cairo, llll
iiols, tlm leasehold e.tato ol the bald tic
fend int. Daxla V, (irltlln, In and to lot num
bered I lihty.se.veti. (.'17,) lu llloek nuiuhercd
Sovciity-one, (71,) j t, Cny ot Cairo,
county of Aldxiuuter. State nt Illlliols, to.
k'etlier with tlm liulldhiBs thereon tltu-te
and thereunto lieloinjluj;.
.IOIIN l. HAItMAN,
Mallei-in Cli incerv.
Cuito, I I.I.,, May '27th, lh5, f.fl -5-27-wt,
7 ffllii3l I.CJ
.-'V.'f.ltor.r - ,JT-,S6-. 1,
WM. T. BEERWART,
Till, Sheet-Iron nnd Copper Wnro.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Hot. Comincictnl and Waahtnuton Avon.
Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ico
Crcnm Freezers. Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird CtigcH, Moss Ban
kets, Toilet Sots, Fishing Tnckle,
Lamps, Oil, Chimneys. Also Mo
lino Plows nnd n goncral stock of
!n ( ..lillirl. ,:l ,Ulli the n... . Iii.j. n ar-l.
-l" 'im. mill., iin-l .mi i.rvi su i l .-ill km'..
l Job Work "iifli-.H mitt-
I Vn , i-.il l ,iii t -. -I, tian.1 ri I fs ' din f
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholesale and Itotnil.
-.l.. ut-ir.t f.rll.e (.-Id lalil
j. .- VirfS
' 7 I
jnCull an 1 rsuiihic Uf.jri- piucliaahitr, n- 1
will nut r llllU-rrilit
llll -irii-r I'JIli iiikI 4'orn. ".. i'A IH.
U. W. iltNUtliSON.
iii:ai. i:t.vti: aw:nt.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO,
;0NVEYANCKRS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land At-onta of tho Illinois C'-utrul and
BurlliiKton and Uulncy It. R.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
I. i. LVNtil. l. J. llnni.EV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Convoyancors.
OFriCE-At tho Court Houao
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Convoyancors,
Land Survoying and Civil En
gineering. OFFICE-In Wintor'B Blook.Corner Com
tnorclnl Avonuo ami Seventh &trot,
VAItllil v ntoiii:.
WHOL1JSALB AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Closo.
Oonmr lllth St. and Coinmoicn.1 Av
0. 0. PATIER & CO. '
THE NEW JOT KESEKYOUi "STANDAIU)"
lit : i.-f'nvmiv im immim:
i IF jt.
Groat Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Evorywhoro.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
u, oi'i, uiu una uio n. run.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY I1Y
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
Great deduction in Prices,
Prints, Bloachod Muslins.
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS)" GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins.
JflK' S',J'1-"fWhlto Qoo-U, VlctorU Liwni, Swiji M.irs.llu, uml iliiim -Imk i f
Hlbl.ous. Hi.arnthv liU will ! i. nt n. u.,l rui, an.J i-'inluim mull it is el.tsl onl. r tl I
in I l- fiiiniinnldri.n-ut HuiKln ' 'I KltM 'Till' 'I l. "ll.
Coraor Eiglith. St. and Commorcial Avo
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES.
DRUGGISTS FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEA D.
WAX FLOWER 111X1., WINDOW GLASS '
BRUSHES, SOAPS. COLORS, OILS
VARNISHES ETC., ETC.
ri.'-ll-inn:)..nJrncri.ltiriUrfi..i,i li l-i,y.i,.,n, nnil i.,im S.,i-hi wsn
iill.il Hltli irliuMt- Dnus Hi n'!uomil.!v rnli
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, Q ATR Q RETAIL & PRESCRrTIO.f
74 OMo Levoo. I V.'a.hlnijtoc A v., Cor. 8th St.
HMIHII.il in Ullg MMMMMMMMIIIMMWMIIIMMa)llMt.P
K cfvirr TTIS HAUF n LT
I s " uniUKi viniui r
i.i iv iinnui, i M II uu I it
V IAERu0uscmoAGO nJ.
F. M. STOCHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
IPOIlRJEJXCHNr jh.JSTJD DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a ftill tok of
Monongahela,RyG and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND TAMFORNIA WINES.
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QUICK AND UNIFORM
in bTltbKT, ST. IjOUIB, MO.
OF DRY GOODS
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su Jim mj qb m