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OFFICE: T&'o. 13 Tenth Stroct. Thowiton'a Buildinp:.
lmiDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 24. 1SG9.
,OHN H. , OBEliLY & CO
the official VAvr.n or thi: city
thk mri.i.i:T(.Y m rm: ojti.y itAii.r
r.vi'uu ix liiitiriiua ii.mnoih.
'in paktii.h nv.Himvn or KicAriii.iu
tiikmm r wjiii'ju.vni:, Tin', ni'i.i.ii-
I I?.' ih i in; ,'i os r iiiiiaiii.i: advkii.
I Wl.tr; Ml, DM"! IV IMJ.KHS.
(ir.H'lov h wIllliiL' ti ma tho duty on
oo:tl tiWoIiUietl "thut tho fret-Undcrs
limy v liu brought to confusion." Tlio
Lvc i.iwyi'oot' adds: "This Is ndmlrublc.
But we beg Iho monopolists not to stop
itt I'oal To glvv tho people freu Iron
also, will Htill motu 'confUHu'itliu froo-
InuliTJi; td add irnJt, lumber and copper
to the frt'O Mat with coul nnd Iron would,
wor-usni'ct, not only bring theso vllo fel
Ions to confusion, but m:ike tbum howl
w nh anguish "
I'llere Is wnid to bo nt leant one mem
her of poiiri'M who Ih disposed to favor-
!i. y consider the proposition to abolish
ti i fntiiUng privilege, utid he Is In favor
of having tlio government furnish mum
be rs with postage ttimpH aw a itilMItute,
rrJmbly with a view to nulling the
The people should bear in mind that
every dollar expended by congress in
what Ih called the reconstruction of tho
southern state, lias been a uecle.xi t x
1 1 ulltiire of mdne y. The work could
have l ien accomplished, If left to the
st.itcx, without any material coht to the
people of the loyal states.
The (hike of Saxony has ordered a
;1,000 carriage from Auierlou.
We tern girls call (Jeu. Custer "tho
Dumas reports the Kcumunoial for the
Paris 'Jilb'-rtu.' M
Mr. Jleuuiug, of Baltimore, is on a
butt with Henry Ward Bencher.
John Stuart. Mill does not fear ovil. to
this cjuutry from Chinese emigrants.
Canadian papers report that Prince Ar
thur U getting fut ou Montreal beef and
Votes were cast In Itosteu on Monday,
for Anna Dickinson, and Olive Logan,
Jlenay Ward Bcecher refuses to alt
for the artist who wad encaged in mak
ing a hunt of him for Plymouth church.
Miss KollogK aysho wasoirured $1L
000 In .p! I Vi !ng fourteen nights at I
the vlctroy of Egypt' ojiora houce.
MissL'zzle Hiytoii, of Inillaua, an
ntt'iticcrf hir.-olf fr oougro.s. .Shu has
bill! , eye.-, fchorl hair, a prominent nose
and until clu-ok!
A woman in King Sing for bigamy
writes and asking Mr. Beeohor's pruyern,
aylng that fche got her divorce Jiwt tho
way Mrs. M'Fnrland did.
Rtllu Boyd, who recently bucumo
t'l MiJOther of a child Is the California
insane asylum, in a critical condition,
with small hopes of her recovory.
Sir Isaac Newton's house and obs'jr
vatory in Loudon uro for rale, the
church which owns them, having fallen
Into pecuniary straits.
The murderer Traupmann paid recent-,
ly, with a gratllled air, to a fellow. pris
oner, "I nm. certain that I run now as
well-known as Alexander DumiiH.''
Admiral KemtnoH, who has failed as an
editor, naturally discourses about "tho
pre-ont demoralized condition of tlio
Robert Browning's son Is ono of Ox
ford' best oars. Oxford's worst owners
are tho youth whollvo up to JCl.iKX) on
allowances of 800.
Cnwslus M. Clay continues to resido In
Madi.-on county, Kontucky, and accord
ing to the Lexington Statesman, will en
gugo In tho light employment of wrostlng
Kentucky from tho democrats.
At tho lato army re-unlon, Oon. Sheri
dan addressed his comrades thus; "I
can't make a speech, bt If you want mo
lo tear up a railroad or burn a haystack
when tho enemy is going to get It; aud
and -and.'1 And ho 'and-ed himself
back Into his sent.
Alnisru of llio 1'rnnUln l'vlviluue A
l-'rotn tlio New York Sun. ,
If the postmaster general know what
in.UI matter was delivered undor tho
flaking privilege, ho might of said that
tho expense of this delivery was $10,000,.
000 per year instead of So.OOO.OOO. Wo
i e.. i 1 1. . . i. -kt . ir
mi' i ii mi iiiuii iiku ouu oi iiiu uv iiamp
fdilro congressmen fcupplles his sister
with envelopes purchased by the gov
eminent li lots of ilvo hundred, frank.
Aug them through tho mails. Lust sum
"mer the sister oponod a prlvato school
In Huston, and her brother
franked her oiroulars. which woro
sown broadenst througlioiit Now Eng
land. During tho canvass of tho con.
giehsmen In this city a year ago, var
ious candidates for ro election choked
the malls with franked appeals to
voters. A Brooklyn congressman once
franked nearly a million medical olrcu.
lars for tho benelltof tho llrm of which
ho has tho huad; and thousands of Hon.
Horace Greeley 'Tribune' posters were
franked to various parts of tho country.
.Senator Cnnkllng has introduced a bill
abolishing free postage. Tho moasuro
is a sound one, and should ho passed
without delay why not niako. every
man nny lib own postage, and thus savo
the country $10,000,000 a year.
MilirH Mlnni(-A Ijrontlfillll
' jlrimiiiiiTN," nml otliur Mitttura of In-
(Corrrmiomlcnco of Dm Cairo ' llullctln.')
Coi.uJtlius, MI33., Dec. 1, 1.8C0.
fdo notpreclHdy utidcrstand tlli mean
ing of 'h remark, that things look un
favorable in tho youth, but, In ulraost
any construction, I am forced to dlll'er
with him. Tho farmers of this Stato aro
certainly out of debt, very generally,
tho merchants havo made their annual
collections far more successfully than
over before, (at least thoy way so, unanl
mously), and certainly not nioro than
half tho cotton Is out of tho planters'
hands. Thoro aro some points whoro
busluc9. Is dull, but bo far from this being
generally tho case, these points aro tho
exccptlonlto tho genoral rulo. Tho plan
tors are vigorously preparing for In
creased oflforta noxt year, and tho very
considerable Influx of .Danish and Swe
dish laborers, Iwhich has boon coming
hero recently, will render labor somo
what easier thau heretofore. It is very
true, howevor, that this country is terri'
bly ovcr-drtimtrwd, particularly th'cJMo
bile it Ohio Hall road, so much so.
that it Js-very'dirricult for any' oho to
make traveling pay. Tho traveling sys
tem, too, Is " played out. The mer
chants are tireci'-'or 'cfriimnlers, and no
wonder. To give you somo ldoa of what
is being done In 'thirf way, let tne say
that I have not entered a single houso
since I started on this trip, without And
ing mere (tutnont other drummer already
In tho house, and merchants tell me
they are never entirely without drum
mors in their houses for half an hour at
a time. Jn short, it Is getting to bo a
nuisanco, and, moreover, the competi
tion is so great that no one can make it
pay well. In this regard things do look
unfavorable, and I nometlmcs fool almost
discouraged, hut when I find that none
of them are succeeding any hotter than
I am, and few so well, I rally again. I
am convluced that tho traveling system
will hayo to be partially or wholly
abandoned, s tho merchants show
plainly a disposition to bo rid of it
as an intolerable nuisanco. T.io name
money now expended in traveling, if
Judiciously applied to advertising would,
J think, accomplish more, in the prevent
temer of tho merchants. I learn theso
things partially from tlio drummero
themselvp". who converse freely of their
rebiifls, i y nclpally by conversing
with m.-ri'. n-, out of business hours!
For myselt, 1 have motwith nothing but
courtef-y and kindness, its I endeavor to
avoid everything liko presumption or
obtrusivenvs. There are a largo num
ber of pintlcmcii traveling, hut a still
larger number of low-thing roughs,
scoundrels and dead boats. J havoglven
this little sketclrto show youas''neftrly
as I can, how matters stand.
Home mouths ago Dr. Moody, of Wal
nut Bend, Arkansas, had his right arm
torn ofl'ln a saw mill. A few dayn ago,
on entering. tho mill, for tho Ilrst tlrao
since receiving his' Injury, his empty
aleevo caught in a hand, and ho was
whirled over tho shaft and iustautly
A woman living on tho property of Hir
"Walkln "W. Wynn has presented her
husband, a laborer, with ilvo chlldron at
a birth. Three days ago they wore all
allvo. Tho queen has sent her 7. Twlco
she has had threw at a birth, all of whom
havo lived. Tho poor woman lias had
twenty-two chlldron. Liverpool Times.
PICTURES OP AFRICA.
Un Clinlllu KofuseH to tnke n Wlf A
t'liccrriii Mltclcli urttio UklinbKCnuBl.
IKrom .r It'j'ott of Du Omllln'ii accent I.tclnrct
1:10111' JlU.NDltKU AND yiVTY MAIDENS,
Aftor traveling for somo days thoy
reached Dayako, the chief village of tho.
Mblsho natives. Tho King was a flno
fellow. Du Challlu eulogised him high
ly, aud grew eloquent in describing his
many excellent qualities. But Du Cha
illu found in him an obsticlo to his pro.
gross. Dayuko, tho King, vehemoutly
insisted ou his getting marrlod to tho
fairest maiden in his tribe, and ono day
when Du Challlu umorgeil froraihls hut;
what should ho behold but 853 young,
thick-linped and beautiful girls (in
Dayako's oyss) tfald Dayako- to
him, "Mogezeo (which,, according
to interpretation, means 'Spirit' Mo
gezeo, wo want you toutajMvith us, wo
don't want you to go away. 'Come, .tako
a wife." Being then a young
man, Du Challlu was na
turally taken back at this, and con
cluded ihht thoro wero instances whoro
Frenchmen might ovon bo too warmly
wooed. What v.hJio to do? Ho dldu't
want a wifo, especially such a ono; and
to rofuso tho King would bo'toplaeb ot
his JmperiaVhoadn grave Insult Here
an expedient occurred to him, and 'call
ing tho majestic Dayako asido, lo Bald:'
"If I take ono of theso girls for,a wlfo
the 852 others will bo jealous. You may
havo a sorlous uprising in your tribe."
Tho king pondered, admitted the wis
dom of the, Mogezeo, aud Anally dls
norsed tho girls, each hopping way "in 1
maiden meditation fanoyn fieo," Du
Challlu had refused to tako then.
tt ; 'THE MAS-IUTJJIIB.
' Du Challlu described how ho net tho
first Fan, tho namo of tho niai-oaters.
His hair was drawn down into lnmenso
queue, which was well larded, uul or
nametited with-aix. largo, iron Tings'.
About his neck 'thero hung a sting of
shells . On his arms and anklci thcro
Were heavy bmcoleta of Iron, to car
ried upon illy left arm an eluphart-hide
shield, and Jn hlsright, ho held to iron
pointed spears. By his side was u small
pouch of poisoned poars, and ovr his
back was duug, a long cron-bow.
Hanging from a bolt about his waist
wero broad kulvei. His teeth wen filed
sharp and blackened, In order tha.thoy
might not bo like tho teeth of a dof,
which woro to tho man-eatera jiost
disgusting-. The Fans received hinlas a
spirit from tao moon. They wero aton
ished at Du Clmllu's boots, helloing
that they were the shins of his feet. Ho
presented thoKJcg, who was tatoocc all
over, and looked indescribably licrce,
with beads, a ntulcal box, which in re
garded with jfeat awe: u Hawing red
cap, old-fashioned yellow-liud aWal-low-tailed
caat with great Lrats
buttons, whHh whon placed uon the
form, of the Hng Nashumba, malo him
appear most Uughnbly grotesqu6,and a
luoking-glasswhich startled his imjeaty
when, upon poking Into it, ho discover
ed his own uily face. Be believed the
Slass to bo 'hard water." They gave
u Challlu a'hut and a bamboo ted.
vYhcu he on-ned his door next morning
ho was grecCd with tho sight of thirteen
skulls before it. His feelings wero none
of the pleauntest, when a woman pass
ed him with tho thigh of a little child un
der her arm for a noon-day stow. Tliero
.were boues About tho streets aud skulls
on the foncis. Du Challlu said that ho
would toll Iho chllckou what portion of
a man's holy thoy nkod best, ond how
they cookul it, but feared they would all
have the Ught-mare. Ho spent a de
lightful titii.- with the Fans; hunted ele
phants, gorillas, koolakombas, Jaguars,
nr.! ri?TBi:its i.itixi: cash:.
What li ti e matter with Ben Butler?
Thoy, say that Ben is going into the
fmrchaso of .argc aud small arms to a
itige extent as the aentof a New York
firm, and that he has recently applied
to an oil! --er of tho war department to
sell him a tremendous OAiortmcnt of
11 What do you want of all these?" 9nld
tho officer to Ben.
'That's ny business," quoth Benja
min. "I will iavo to refer the matter to
Secretary Jtelkuap," Mild tho oillcer.
Belknap vras consulted and responded :
"1 don't care a damn what Butler
wants them for If ho only pays for them.
If he uantitliem for Improper purposes
aftor huyir.t: them from us, it will bo
Secretary Full's business, not mine."
JJ011 win get tne arm very HKciy, out
what he wants them for Is a puzzle. It is
generally mppo.sed to be for Cuba. Qulcn
ealc 1 Washington Correspondent T.
Ml ItDIIIt IX MISSOURI.
A JIiul.niHl nml -Wire Hlllpil-Tlii- Afunikln
Tulifii from I Ho Jtilliunl niniK-
"A lotterfrom Carney's Store. Barrv
County, Missouri, December, says: Ono
of tho most horrible crlmts that was ever
committed in our cectlou of country oc
curred here on the ovenlnu of tho ith
Inst., iu tlio murder of Jackson Carney
and bis wifo by Ueorge Moot'. Mr. Car
ney iiau ueun marrieu anoutten montus
and was the son of John Ca'ney of Fiat
Creek, Barry County, Mlssoirl. Ho was
engaged In merchandising, nnd hlsstoro
was adjoining nis rcsiuenci Jiooro and
Jackson Carnoy woro acquainted
with each other, and tho former after
robbing a man who was in
toxicatod of ten dollars, lof(tho country
aud was absent tome, nine or
ten months before the murdr was com
mitted. Ho returned to tlu neighbor
hood about seven days ago inno to tho
store of the deouosed about U o'clock,
A. M. on the 13th Inst., remnincd there
tho halaucoof tho day, and abjut dark,
shot Jackson Carnoy with a rovolver.
ono shot taking cllect In tho tlk-oat and
tho other near tho mouth, passing
through the head. Mr. Carney's vifo was
shot .through tho head, (ho ball enter
ing the left ear aud passing out at tho
back of tho head, Mr. J, Canny was
living alono with his wifo. Thoy woro
found ou tiunday, tho 15th, about -t
o'clock P. M., tho hibband
lying on his back iu tlio
More-room, and his wifo on hor sido
in tho rcsldenco, somo twenty feet from
her murdered husband. It is thought
both expired almost. Immediately aftor
being shot. Tlio murdered wifo was so
near tho out-law that a portion of her
clothing caught flro from tho burning
powder, Her person was considerably
burned in' ono or two places from her
Tho murderer took some $400 in
money, a rovplYer andjiat belonging to
tho deceased, and left hs hat aud a
small skiglu barreled pistol. Ho arrived
a't Mr. Lewis Woldrige'f at eight o'olock
on tho evening of tho murder, and re
mained thero during the night. Next
day- ho weut to church, and on Monday
ut ten o'clock a. in, he was arrested by
the Sheriff this, county, ,takec to Cass
vlllo,,tha county seat of this county, and
thore'Jodged in jail.
Tho neighbors and acquaintances
wro excited to the very highest extont
by this occurrence. Yesterday morn
ing homo two hundred of tho decoaaod's
friends assembled, rode quietly into,
Cas8villo, demanded of tho Hherifr thq
keys of tho Jail. ' The Sheriff, seeing
that, a rofusal woukl amount to nothing
delivered tho koys. Tlio door of the
jail was unlocked, th6 murderer taken
oiii, j suitauio ropo wau in reauiuess,
and soon tho guilty murderer and rob
ber was hanging susponded. He was
hung between two posts, within aix feet
of tho Court-house.
t Ho was given time to confess, but re
fused. Ho did not appear to bo fright
cnety n the least. Ho waa hung about
no6n, and was still hanging about sun
set yesterday evening. On his person,
sowed tip in dilferent parts"of hM cloth
ing, was found $201 of tho money ho
took from Mr. Carnoy artor ho com
mitted tho tnuder. " ' '
Tho store where this sad affair occur
ed belonged to Koberston & Mason, of
Hprlngfloid, Missouri, arid John Carnoy.
father of tho deceased. Tho murdered
man, Jackson Carnoy, wasomplayed by
thorn to conduct tho business of tho store
Ut. Louis JJemocrat,
JAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. V X'KEE & Bit OTHER,
ll.uingpcrrcclpd tholr nrrongomcnt for ilia mmiufae
tnr 01 Ilroom In this city, uro or prepared to III
Xio-ccr 3ExL"oost '
AMlie ewno qunlitinof btootusoin b urc!iMxI any.
OrdMK left at tlie ntcre ( O. I'. Wllliamion, W Ohio
J,icc, or nt tlio
Mnnnfnclory,Fonrtriilh trrct, lictweeh
Walnut ittirt Cellar,
Will l promptly attcn Jtcl to.
OrJem by mall ehoulJ tc nJJrcecl to
i. a. iiux -151,
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
AUALLEY'S CHARTER OAK
, STOVE BTORE
(upper, Tin and Sheet Iron
iVo. lot WASHINGTON AYENUE,
UIotb Che Murkot lJouie.) -
KnofiuR, OmrlriR, Hpoutlnff and Sttaaibo&t.Worfc
n mo in a m-a and uuti(ntll miuincr. it ihort no
gTRATTON & BIRD,
rHeri toStfatloDlIndtonfc Clarti),
Orocew and Coininijuion Merelianls,
Amrrrnu Powilrr ( n,,nnil Mnntilarlurc
AlCfiilv lor ruiliin VariH,
. Xtt. (57 Ohio Cairo, III.
gM'L WIION, ' '
BOLT STORKS, (Mt()f.T.UH:s7ANIH'lt0
XI O Oliio Ijovoo,
H3tf 'nlrn, Illinois.
FLOUR MERCHANT AND UILLKKS
No. HO Ohio I.evro, 'lro, lljlnola.
Ordrrt c!ieIlcdanJ tiromp'lr &ni 'n-Mltorllr
DVAS T. I'AltKKR. - JOHN n.Jj'fULIJS. .
JTARKER & PHrLTjIS,
( General-- ;
Commission nml rorwaVrthij; iMcrclianls.
... . ,
-And IlMlcra m -
liny. Corn, Onto, llrun, nnd nil HIiiiH ol
oiiio i.Rvr.K ..caiko, rt.i i
. It. ATtn. . 3. AYEIIS.
YEKS & CO.,
2EJ Xj O TT J7C.
O M M J a S JON ME It C H A N TS
No. I3U Ohio I.fvet-,' CAIUO, Il,l.
JM. PHILLIPS & CO.,
ftiMtora 10 K B.'Itcndrlokn t tfo,,l
Fo:wrdiu(r nnd Cominlnirlo'ii Morchnnts
Olxo - - - Xlli'Aaoiei.
Libofil Advances Jfude eii Comtgnmcnta.
Vr repartd to recolra, atora or forward freifrhta lo
ill poln, ; iiuy or ll on oommlfiion. Dualnrai at
enJrd owith prainptnrM. ailOdantf
Tl M. HULEN- '
Vv Iao 1 o m n, 1 o Gl- a.- o o o
HotIiib rnnornd to No.T Ohio I.vro, noxl oor to
City .Vitloul Hank, whor- willi Ihjiiit., fuctlillf and
lurKt'r itcclf. tio,iolk-U tho jontluuoncu errtru
AKof hit (inner eubtonicr-, an wtdl iu that of m
Kuirrlor nccaniiiiolntlnii lor ntoruco
aul tlio llnntllliiir r all KIiiiIm nf
I'rotliicp tin t'tiiiiiiilalou.
Cairo, III., Juno 1, M. ImySldtl
(Snf f f or to TM, Oreou &,:.,)
i -AN1-- '
(Jcriorhl' Tonimls's'loii'Mciiiriuiti4 ' ""L
cairo , . '...;t..'. . i hi.u. -i
JL .1 ( - ' t ) "
Divkltr in OfOiurioi, I.imo, rtntef "P(iilr IlnUom
Hair, Coment. , , T
! - ''...
3Ej A mmwl
inUUk, alwajraun Vand. Cornar Eiglillt mrreHa
uuio mitm, uiro jinnuis.
jy AV. HAMLIN,
. VKlUni IN
COK.T, WAY, OATH, IIHA.V, AWI WHIP.
Coruor of CoiHmerelnl Atoimi nn,l
Cairo - - - Xllijaolfli.
...M.. KMpsa Mllmpply of (d, nnd In proptredlo:
Mlri dorjnn lUortnoino, at the Iomt mwltolrMc
"-mttinm-imi .hiiwihiiim ieiipiwi nwn mmm
' f JOHN W. THOVKIl A CO
ilROITERS A'D IXCHAKQE DEALEIW
Kighth uttcct, tccond door from Com. Aro.,
ANo, Pmics Tlekctn from
Liverpool, London, Havre, Anltoerp, liremm
(l and, Hamburg, to iVew Tori,
JColflaa tmvln nay point io Europe.
JOHN IIYLAND'S BALOON
U supplied Tlth fti( kind at
Beer, Ale, Ac,
'Commercial itnue, txit. Nlnlh nd Tenth itrtel.
TlithlMt.irbaloTi eot.d liquors, hoM nlMhlm
f call, and thoo n ho wih to til's fragrant clcxr can
-inothnrwnlTOPp!lpc rvt hl-bw.
'11m fet'lchoUlnra fit Ihn CI It Nntlnnal tUnV vlll
(nku notir6 tti.tt nn Kl'-rtlnn -Mill bo lidd at ttiia Hank,
Tt'JIIAY. Janllarr II. 1870. for tUfn Dlnvlnrn nl
i "I'd li-ink.
Cuto, IXrcipN-r II, dll-dlm
"HANK NOTICE. "
Fimr Naticnai. lUxt or Uaibi, 1
liTtnli.tr 11 lfcL!.. V
Tlie Annunl McoliNi?. !.ir tliu I'li-rtlon nf 1vo IHrcot.
orn, will by hi-ld nt Him oltky on TUKHIUY, thn lllli
iHyutitmmtv, I S70, lci on tlu-ln"ir- if lit viock
A.. M. ami 1 1. M, I). II. UUftUKS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
(HtKcoxNor to John Q. llarmnn A Co,,)
REAL ESTATE AKHNT
Iluyt (vnd'-lli R.-al VMi'.t, p.iyn T.ixxii, fiirnlKhct
Ai"irtt-tn of Tiilo, nnd nn inrtw C'onry;inft" of nil
In U. Olflce, .NTlU'd ifuoOOtiio I.uf. majUtl
JOHN W. TROVER & CO.,
Real Estate, Bond nnd Stock Brokers.
Will ationd fo fhn pymnt ofHiato, Owntyandrtty
. arid nil bniinos iorUltilii); to a UU.NKli.'ni
EiaiiTH Sthkkt, Mcond door Jrom Com. Ave.,
jn. W. R. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
o inert. iao commkuciai. avknuk
(Otct Uaunon'a lkxjk atoro,)
.... . i - 1
ttciideneo, Ko. tl Thlrtenth Street. apU tt
jyJTEDICAL. . -
C. W. DUNNINfJ, M. D.
lliyil)i:N0r-Oor. Oth niirt AVnlniit Streett
OVKICK-Cnr. rttli Street mill 01il I.evee.
)FFlCBJlQl!)U-I'Yomi ? 'n. lo.II in., ! Irani
itoop.m.' ' UccKltr
Jl, H.uiu.uwtj Jl. jr.,
J t.'AUIO, IM.I.VOIM.
Offlcn oror I'o-t Ollioo.
f-ojifl iIum tf liimidrnco W Widnut
l yyiiw rwi 1 1 ,
JJ1 E. ALBRIGHT,
" ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OOlce. corner or Twclltli Nlreel ituil WmmIi.
' CAIUO .' ILLINOIS.'
Vt'Ql prnclkoln thl nnd tho ndjolnltit; itdlcla rlt.
uiiiu', and inalio coilevtigna in tl.o n5l ghhorliiRfoun.
tiijrt uf, Mls.'jiirl WUl Kfutucliv, , nutJtf
liLE, Y.E1!U & BUTLEK,
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