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THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 23. 1809.
JOHN BL OBEELY & CO
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JL'APKR OF Till:. CITV!
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risi.vt; Mi:n:t;j: is ii.M.iotn.
f'OKPOKAL JT.V2SI!f."Ii:XT I.V
a nA:.r.2N(S ocTutif):.
rurnitj -jill who cliilm Hint corporal
;iMiIrl)UK'a nIkhiUI not ho abolished in
W1'('Wi"J'!it-''quJ tl it. following, iind for
11 moment,, only u.gJnulu ifiomcitt,
Imagine Unit bruiwed, maimed ami bieod-
JJii child, htood hi tliu lolatlon to you, of
ti hn 1 iu a damning disgrace to tho
age, that such atrocitioa arc permitted:
"Mr. Duwltt. complalnid before Jus.
tlcu L"ihvith, of this brutal beating of
iii r ooy, j-.u win, a iati oniy a eleven yeM
okI, by Ijnwrrncc iiuefcley, teacher of
tl.t'L'l st reft (ew Yolk) public school.
I he Jnd'a face was frightful to look at,
a Kiel: from a heavy boot had cloved tho
kit eye and left a deep Indentation on
his cMiek, whilo hi legs and back wero
a maw of bruLe. Young Dewltt- sold
that yesterday nftcrnoon ho had been an
noying tho, teuuhuTf who pulled hltn oil
tho bunch on which he was hitting, uud
Inflicted thu injuries tiudor which ho
was suffering. "
'And rfo lotlg'as tho rod is permitted
in (ho foliool room, so long will our child
ren bo maimed, bruised and iuurdored,by
Tiioji.is jr.rrKttso.v xnu
Tho following letter written by Thomas
Jeller.-ou during hi Irhldency, lias re
cently been brought to light, and muy
bo rend with both pleasure and profit:
Washington, Feb. 0, 1S03.
pear Sir: Motur. d'YruJo, thoSpanUh
Minister here, has been ho kind as to
bpare me ISM bottler of Charnpagno, part
of a larger parcel Imported for his own
lUe, and consequently privileged from
duty; but Itwouid bo improper for me to
take tlio bonelltof that, I miint there
fore ask the favor of you to take tho pro
per measured for paying the dutv, for
which purpose, Jt ludo-so you a "bank
cheek for 22 CO, tho amount of it. If it
could be dono without mentioning my
name, it would avoid lIMntondeu obr
vatloiiH, h In Homo Mich way as UUh,
" ly duty ji.ild on a part oftuck a pareel
of wines not ontltkd to privilege," or
In any other way you please. Tho wlno
was imported Into Phdadolphin, proba
bly about midsummer last. Accept as
buranced of my great otoom and respect,
Andrew Johnson began and ended
lii presidential career in tho tninc spirit
and toa committee of gentlemen who
fceut him un elegant carriage and span
of hore made tho following truly Jell",
While I fully appreclato tho purity of
your Motive In thu tendering to mo
fiieh Hubstnntlaievldenco of your regard
and uitef m. I am compelled, solely from
tho convictions of duty r havo ever held
in rilleronce to tho acceptance of pres
cllt" ,!' 'I'oi0 occupying hlgli olllolal
position; to declltlo thu oflbrlngH of kind
and loyal friends. Tho rotontlon of tho
parchment convoying your bentinieiits,
and tin outogra'nhti of thoso wlio wero
pleaed to unllo in this mauifostatlon of
regard, Is a favor would nsk; and I
nMiru you, gcntlemon, I shall regard it
as onu of tho highest marks of renpoct
from any portion of my fellnw-cltlzeiis.
Trusting.tliutJ. hlitill continuo to limit
your eoiiillenco and esteem in the dis
charge of the hiuli ami Important duties
upon which I havo but just entered, and
with tho best wishes for your health, Ac,
Individually I nm, gentlemen, yours
truly, Andrew Johnson.
XoHueu iettors as theso have boen
written by the presont Incumbent of tho
Kxbcutiyu chair, although tho generos
ity of Ills numerous friends has uilbrdod
alh sours ofjwms.
Tho C'ardiir giant Is being dono In mi
niature as a parlor oruamuut.
Tho oil wells of Pennsylvania aro bo
Locomotives havo boon usod with suc
cess for, drawing omnibusses Jn Paris.
Dolawaro puuiHhos bigamy with $2,000
fino and ono year's Imprlsonmont.
Tho Yale faculty prohibits concerts,
and thoAtu'detits are disconcerted.
Tho -Union Leaguo of Philadelphia
numbers 1S5S members.
Cleveland, Ohio, wants to be tuado s
port of entry.
What is the bent stimulant forlholmro?
Tho Peculiar llnvor noticed In feomo
kinds of.omiiges iu dueit'ia said, to prus
A stiUiilo lias boen pronuilgatod at Ox
ford etupoworlng thu bxitmiiiera to" ud
ml t girls us uandlilutetf.
Yqlini; liullus and oottagesaro being
ongugqd for tho next season at New
Tho Now York Evening -Tost' aays
old saH, fan bo hrpjight out am used ut
any tiiuo, becausu jjiey aro carefully, lllod,
A good many Cullfornlhiis and Oro
p6iij(iui decline -to. consider matrimony
)( s ) r j ' 1 1 j t f- j t
incthcrpcanji luiiojv ofilmtrilgration
to Texas land In portions of thatHtato
has advanced in valuo fifty per cent.
Paris Is said to bo largely supplied with
Amcriaan heiresses who are In search of
ttlod,j husbands Vswoet piefh and
'small means. 1 i
It is bollovod that nenrly fifty per cent
of tho potatoes' 'raised lu tho "northern
partof Maine will bo destroyod by dry
rot this season.
Mnny fashionable young ladles aro iuf
rering with abscesses and ulcers on the
feet, caused and produced by wearing
Pruueli heels on their boots.
mo most accopiamo unrisimu cut a
gentleman cab. gfve'to lady is n hanll-
iomo bon-bon box, pretty fan or box of
Thero aro now about onchundrod Jap
anese, of all ages and both sexes, in Cali
fornia. They nro as distinct from the
Chinese In their habits and customs as
In Franco a married lady wears a
fenthor In her hat, and is thus distin
guished from unmarrJedewivccl-ylio
urc not permitted towoar featli'cra'of any
description. f A . ..rtifcx.
The number of visitors to MountPIanc
this year was 14,2-50. They consisted of
4,670 Knglleu, a.OSaJ'feneh, 2,294 Amerl
cans, 1,201 Germans, and tho remainder
of various other uatioualltles. ; ' ,
"Tho roblI 'Tribuno publishes Its
leglslatlvo proceedlnga under tho head
Ing, "Alabama Mongrel Legislature."
Tho House of Representatives it styled
"Tho Lower Konnel."
Through thu ;abora of the Children's
Aid Society In Now York for tho past
yoar, O.COO little ones, and 11.0W hungry
and homclcsi ones have boon fed and
lodged, and 1,000 have bcon sent to good
A Press Club has been organized by
the Journalists of Pittsburg. It Is stipu
lated that no person' shall bo cllglblu to
membership unless ho is actively con
nected with tho.clty presg as nronrletor.
faalarled editor, business tnauagor or re
l. 31. RAII.KO.lt) NTOCK I.V MARKET.
Yxoia the Irooiou llvcUur.)
We see it stated that Thomas Allen
vrlth his accustomed llborulltv lion nnn.
sen ted to permit tho peoplo to purchasu
u limited amount of tho capital stoclc of
his rallrod. At fifty cents on the dollar.
This uiinaralelled olfer is onlv to stand
irood for ono month. Onu llttlo month !
Just think of It! And then too, at a beg
garly llttlo fifty cents on the dollar!
Header, for fifty partly dollars you
may buy tho Inestimable privillege
ot voting for Thomas Allen as
President of the Iron Mountain
Kallroad which has a powerful
ferryboat at Jlelmont, but does not own
any right of way on "old Kentucky's
shore !" Through from St. Louis to Now
Orleans and 'Mobile without breaking
bulk, by special urrauuoment with tho
Illinois Ceutrall Tho Uuion and Cen
tral Paelfics, the Haunibal and Ht. Joo,
the Mlssburl Pacific,' the Southern Pacific,
the Cairo and Fulton, tho Cano Girardeau
and State Lino, tho street railroads of
Boston and Now York,. will soon all bo
feeders to that magulfleont triumph of
engineering art, itho I. M. "Railroad f
wuut an investment! ' Bubseribft 'with.
out delay 1 and, as Stlbbs. says, you'll
"havo no cause for complaint."
Tho Rockv Mountain 'Gazettn' imvn;
Tho Crows had u fight with tho Chtyen-
lies, in incbioux country, in which tho
Crows wero victorious. Thev klllod sir
Cheyenuu adults, and captured four
young ones. Theso they tortured In a
barbarous manner, first cuttlug olT their
nanus ami feet, and llun vk ncthem.
One Crow was badly wounded and after
ward died. Tho daughter of "Iron Bull,"
u principal chief,also died at tho Agency,
and her body was wrapnod un in furs
placed upou tho ecallold with great
pomp. Over her and tho warrior who
died from his wounds tho camp is in a
goucral state or mourning: black paint
Is bodatbed on every hideous faco.
gashes aro boiug cut with knives, and
euough hair has been torn out by tho
handful to furnish a Now York hello with
chignons for a lifotimo. Thero are about
3,700 Mountain Crows at tho Agency, en
camped on Jlowlder Creek; and a great
many of tho River Crows encamped a
short dlstanco below,. After BOmo dltll
aulty about the character of tho goods,
tho unuultioi wore all distributed. Thu
Crows had a very successful fall hunt,
and-there are, over 0,000 buffalo .robes lu
their cahip, whloh is bountifully stockod
with bufi'alo meat. Tha buiralo now aro
ranging within twenty-five miles of tho
Agency, and tho Iudiausvlll go after
them again as soon as the amiulties are
disposed of. "'roudoy'e1' band of Ban
nocks, who have beou huntlug.wlth tho.
Crows; are now encampodnt Fort Ellis.
Tho Post-oftl6d Doportmont and Mr,
Allen, tho Prescient of tho Iron Moun
tain Railroad, eatinot come to any terms
In regard to the proposed mall contract
ou this short rputo-. An ofier was mado
by the Postmastor General some time
ago, which was rejooted by Mr. Allen nn
account of the. amount being only half
as mucu as is paia to otnor roads. The
fact is the present "pdwcji'Ujatbe" at
Washington afc hot any ways anxious
to show favors to any one on the' llnd of
what was considered rcbcldom, for if
thoy wished to havo dono right la the
premises, Mr. Allen would havo been
carrying tho iria'll two months ugo, at
which time ho announced to thn nrKn
Uio.fqllQWlOB: 4Wa offer toarry'the
man a iue;awe raiei inaiuoveranent
a.. i.. .
pays to oiuer roaus, una carry It quiCK
cuiM r axii itwinr
A correspondenC of tho Saranuah (Qa.)
Courier writes: "It griovei mo to pen
the history of another ono of those dam
alio outrages that huvo become so com
mon of luto in our unreconstructed Stato.
The outrago In question wai perpetrated
upon tho person of a rospeclublo lady, a
Mrs. Johnston, in Mitchell County, on
lastTuesday, by an linmence black rascal
by tho namo of William Lee. ltappears
that Mrs. J. had retired for tho night,
with no ono In tho houso but a very
small child, and tho first intimation that
abyono was near was tho Jbor being
broken opon and this fiend standing bo
fore her. BUd'asked tho iiefero whero
her husband was ho being Ju his em
ployand had been for Homo tlnio. It
was then, that he informed her of his
hellish " intentions. 8ho Immediately
seized an ax nnd attempted to defend
herself, whereupon tho negro took tho
ux from her, and at tho samo tlmo struck
her with asllck which be had in his hand
kuocklnghersonnoless, Upon restora
tion to consciencencss she discovered
that alio had been dragged .about, forty
yards from the houso. Tho negro not
being satisfied with what ho had dono
then stamped with his infernal feet on
her throat uud lu thu face, b'lie became
unconscious for tho time, and whilo in
this condition ho finished his hellish and
damnable work. Tho above statement
wai made to mo in person by tho Injured
lady. Sho is the most mutilated human
creature about the head that I over saw
to live, and this horriblo spectacle would
pain the most hardened wretch In tho
world. Her attending nhvsiclan thinks
with muchearo aad attention sho wHJ
recover, bat It will bo a long time. Thlr
morning u party or man, disguised as old
men, represented that they wore tho
Sheriffs of Mitchell county, and demand
ed this fiend, but they were informed by
tho good lady of tho Jailor (tho Jailor be-
.ing abseut) that she could not deliver the
negrp. to them. After somo parleying,
they succeeded In getting possession of
him. Ho was then taken a short (lis
tanoe from tho towu and shot about day
light, two balls penetrating his body nnd
killing him. This afternoon the coroner
summoned a Jury, tho particulars of
which I know nothing of.
UOMAM'i; IX KVX.SAS CITV
A IICKRANn AH D WirK XERT U.VDEH
. PKCUMAR C'IRCCBTA2VCCM. !
(From the Kans.-u Clij Tlino.l
In tho year or 1661, thoro lived, at:
Akron. Ohio, a vohuk hrlcklaver what
had a wlfo. They lived together au to!
iisppuy rorn wane, out or a ruuuon ino
liusband dl"appeareu and cttuo out to)
tho West. JIo went to California, to Col
orado, to British Columbia, to any pluco,
in fact, where ho could hear of n gold or
silTer, lead. It is not recorded that ho
made any money. Indeed, a rolling
stone gathors but llttlo moss, and .the',
uneKiayer was no exception.
Ho did not writo to his wlfo from tho
year 1S02 to thu year 1SG9. A long tlmo
trul , if on ono sldo thero was love and
on the otherconstancy. Hhe might have
believed him dead una felt relloved; sho
might haTo. deemed him faithless and
felt sorrowful; she might havo btlll been
true to tho memory of her earllor vows
aud felt a tonder emotion. By tho sequel,
however, shall one best Judgo of her
The husband drifted hither and
.hither. Working allttlo hero, ho went
yonder; having a good Job to-day, to
morrow saw him but of money and out
elbows. Bricklayers aro probably philo
sophical mechanics, for this ene took
his good or evil fortunt as a sailor takes
weather abroad ship mat is to say, as it
comes, cheorlly and kind. At last the
tide whether a JU. ebb or flood wo
know not which had loen bearing lilin
as la waif since 1802. brought htm safely
to Kansas City, lio tough t for work
and obtained It. In lotklug about for
board, tho man who employed him said:
''Come to my houso. If you live as I
Bvo, you uro welcome."
Tho hrlcklayer went. Washed his
hands on the back po.'ch, entered the
dining room, and sat hiriiself down by
the stovo a fow moments to warm. A
Woman entered, gating as ono faclnated
upou tho bricklayer, approached him
nervously and cried out:
"My wlfo!" was tho philosophical
answer, "but what do you do hero?"
It waslndeod their first meeting sinco
1SG2. Explanations followed. Thu hus
band was by no menus hard to appease.
Tho wlfo, it appears, had followed his
dmploycr from her homo lu Ohio, was
living' with him as, his wlfo, and for a
consideration tho rightful husband con
qlutJciUiiot to disturb tho existing rela
tions. Ho still boards In tho houso
which is situated on tho loveo, near tho
Pacific railroad depot and works for
tpo muh who still retains possession of
his foririerwlfq, ,TaKlng everything lu
to consideration, the wliolu allulrlins
about it au air of coolness not usual in
imihisom:d i. a iioilku.
( A pAKMjaOArK FROM UKATU.
(From e.MoutfOftl piuotto,)
,A; soniftwhat extraordinary and very
alannlng aooideut occurod at tho steam
printlntToflicV of Messrs.' 1 Norman', at
Cheltenham, Theienglne bollor Is a now
rfql Cprui9b on., of Tuxford'u make,
thero bolng two ,flreholes in parallel
tubbes passing through the middle of tho
cylinder. JUtbq time of tho accident tlio'
bojler was bolng cleaned, and two nnr.
ohs, a man and.a hov. wore at work in
xiiiiiu nviuuuur, uuu luo uov lust Inside
me man-noio. is titBuppotiod-' that the
,m4n.hoo, hon.hia ((Wtsliaswd betweetr
(the two tubes, and. loslnu nervekl-
nut iet ;urtaer ia uaiu u oecame jaaitBea
above the knee Joint. An oflbrt to pull
him out WaB'roslstod by the lad,"ancf very
soon his leg began to 'swell, so as to
make its romoval increasingly difficult
His body. bolug fixed in iUioiiaparture of
tho nian-holo almost excluded air from
tho man at tho end of tho boiler, and
things wero looklngserlousboforoaeoup
Io of surgeons and a gang or smiths from
tho wagon works eouid bo fotchotl. Fears
being entertained for tho man, the first
task was to wrench oft" tho safety valye
pipe, and give him hir and pass stimu
lants to him. Tho men then applied
themsolvs to tho extraction of tho lad,
aud at first tried to freo him by forcing
wedges lu through tho man-hole to drive
tho tubes asunder. After somo tlmo tkis,
was found to bo impossible, tho lad's
body leaving llttlo room for tho insertion
of the wodges and tho' tabes bruising lu
stead of bending. Tho men then had to'
faco tho taskoflooscningona of tbotubes
from tho boiler plate; and as they wero
fastened together by couutcr-suul: rivets,,
tho task was a fbriniablo one, .nnd two br
three hours beforo it could beell'octed the
lad had fainted icvernl times, and it whs
with dllllculty 1.1 fo could be kepblu him.
At length, after tho two had been. con
fined nearly seven hours, tho thho, was so
looscued as to allow of Cowly (tho lad)
being pulled out, and though his leg was
much swollen, and he was exceedingly
faint uud weak, it was found thut no
bones were broken. Lawrence (the man)
was then also got out in a very weak
stale. Both wero well enough to ho re
moved to their homes after allttlo while,
but are now suffering soverely from the
elTects of tho shock, and from tho bruis
es which the Jarring of tho bollor under
tho smiths' , blows occasioned. .
Captain Bradloy, of tho St. Louis aud
Jron Mountain trausfor boaf'SU Louis,"
jjlyltg betwoeu Belmont nd Columbus,
mot with a sad nccldent. this , week, his
leg being so badly crushed by the falling
of a hogshead that it had to be amputated.
His many-friends express" great.sorrow.at
this unfortunate occurrence. Charleston,
fSfl!Mori to Slritten,1 lliiilSD k CUrii),
Grocers aud Cbmntss'loHt Morvlinuts.
. A cents ot' I
American HoMd! 6.Vau'Miutulr.tjretf
" af OIiioJ.ivvc,, Cairo, 111.
MirMdtf it ' ' i
BOAT STORES, fillOCEBIES ANI PJtO
UO Olilo Iiovoo,
MlVf CKlro. IlllimU.
Exclnslvet ' I
FLOUR JIEUCHAXT AM) MIhhi:ilS
Ko. 80 Ohio Lerro, Cnlro, llllnnla.
Oflrri rolielUil soil nromnllT itaii mMllnrllj'
A.lwl. oeldrt !
OYAS T. PABKEK. - JolD? B. I'KILUS.
TAR1CEU AIPHILLIS, ' Z
Anil Dealer iy
liny, Cera, Onto, Ilrnn, n4 nil rtluitit ol
t. B. ATKIlfl.
K. J. ATKltK.
YEKS & CO-i
IXtl UKk'KIUL i
00 H M IS S I O A M K II C 11 A X T S
fiu. 133 GhtoLevcei -AIUO, 11.1... 4
t marlTiltf . .
M. THILLIPS A CO.,
ptiTOfc.orH o V.KV. lltindrlcks A (io,,)
irilAUFItOAT l'UOI'KIin OitHt
tJrt.ll-O m mm m XUlUOllNI.
Liberal Advanoei JCutle on Oonttynmcnta,
' Ire prrrcil lu reelro, ttoroor forward IroixhU tq
klltolnUi buy or lull nn coinuiUtlon. ltunlnesi nU
oiiied to with promptntM. anlOdavfU
, II. M. HULEN
TV holosalo Grxoaox
i Commission Ivrchiuit, ' j
XlnK romoTed toNo.T.Ohiolfivfs.muiC.ldor ih.
City Kutlonal Tlaiik.uhnr wilh hvtur f.willtlci, nnd
IsTKcr itooka, lipullciu thu jontimiuiico ( natron.
ugoofhU former viuloinerii, m well that of u
Nnimrlor acroiiunmlMloii for- Niornir'o
1 nutl Ike jIuimIIIiik t ll ktiitln or
1'roUiU'O on CoiiimiUIou.
Cairo, III., Juno 1, WJ. jmySldlf
Wi ORKEN,! i 5 -J" ' "D"
Miitco'aor lo Vilis Orooti A o,)
(Jenoral Cenimlssloti nerchniit, ,
i hiii trite-
okloumUiro Illinois, sajiMtr
COKSf, HAY, OATHi MBAST, AND HIIIP.
Corner of Cnintnrrclnl Atmioi iuiiI
O.lo - - - XUlxi.oiia.
lo Keens n frill unnnlv n'f ...I Id tiASl llSl
ry , i A , II' ' I" l'lliVIIIW
1 nMcrj nil -liorl noiiBo, at fU lowcH in.vkotriitc
JOHN W. TROVKU fc CO.,
BUOKBIW AXI) KXCWANGK BEALEItS
' r Elgfilli.strcct, eccoiiJ door from Com. Atj.
AUn, ri.iL' Tlckcto from
JAvcrjxjol, IjomIoh, Jfntre, Antwerp, Jlremen
and, Hamburg, to Nco York,
Qr to nnjr p4lBt Wrt.
Collfl!ona iuActa nnr polut In Ktiropo.
JOIIN IIYLAND'S SALOON
I' i U Hur-isJ vrlth nil kind ot
Buporlor XjIci.-ulox'Ms 'Z
i Beer, Ale Ac,
Commercial avenue, but. Ninth and Tnth strteU.
ThethlritT. wbo lovo eoo.l Uqnon. nhonM clTohlm
call, nnil liioo who wlrli to pud frngraat clcAr chd
w thslr wants sopplln-l at hi- t'sr. loniail'
tlli notlfo that nn Kli-etlon ullf Ixi hnlJ nLllili Dank.
Tl ttilUYt Jniumry II, tor Keren I)Irc!tor ot
bai I Hank.
.V. C. 8AVPORD, Cnikior.
Cnlro, rfsrombcrll, 18C3. Jlt-dlm
Kinrr-NATiosAt Itixi or Caibo, I
i'i:i;illicr low. )
Tlio Annanl Meetlnc, (or tho election of Mto Direct.
ow, will bo hel l nt tlu oKJop on TUKJjDAY, th lllh
lay of January, 1ST0. lctwci n tlin hours of 10 o'clock
AlV-W'IU'.M. O. H. ItUOIIKM,
real estate brokers, etc.
(SnoceMor to John Q. Ilarmun A Co.,)
ItlLVL ESTATE AG' EXT
II ii j-c nn l ollt Real KsUle, pays Tmn, furnlnho.
Absiracti of Title, anil pruparoa CoUToyunoo of all
lnd. Oine(i,No.7JJ Uoor)Ohlo Ijotuo. marlStf
JOUN W. TKOVKR & CO.,
Ileal Estate, Bond aud Slock Brokers.
WM allond fo Wis payment of Stato, County nnd Oily
Tr, and all bntlanu pcrtainlni; to a taUNKHl.
KiatiTU Strekt, second door from Com. Ate.,
dvaH'Ctidtr Cnlro, III.
jyr.. w. it. smith,
PlIYSICIAK AXl) SUR0E0X,
Ort'IVEi 1'40 COMMUIICIAI. AVKNIIK
(Ofor Ilannon'a Hook tttoro,)
K.,idn, No, II Thirteenth Street.
C. W. DUNMNtJ, M. I).
aiWH)KNCK-Cor. Oth and IVnlunt Street
iOKKlClVU.'or'.OfltNtrertiiliil Ohio I.evce.
9 a.m. to U m.
II. WARDXEH, M. R.,
OAI HO, IM.INOI9U
ilnwtf Itoxidcnca M Walnut tho.
Ill I II. HI .1 1
, 4 . .ATTORNEYS
jjl E. ALBRIGHT,
AITOBJiEV AT JiAW,
Ofllce.vuruer ofiAvcllth .Street nmlWiuh.
' liiKtou Ave inn-,
iWlllVrAJtleoin this mid tho adjoining Judlolal en.
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A LLEN. WEBH & UUTLUlt.
ATrOItrEYS AT IiAW.
bornaref Worcntlf Blrect and Conmimlal Avonu
' W.J. Allen,
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jjJ,ULKKY, WALL & WnKELBB,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ufr I? f CAIRO, ILL.
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oaic llooma, 8 mid O Winter' nioo
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Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
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Oflle bis Ohio IiBvoe, Room XaA
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