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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Streot. Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1870.
JOHN H. OBERLY& T10
Washington tllfinatches Hay Unit the
House Judiciary committee will, at their
meeting to-tlay,;, probably tako up, ut
tliolr meeting to-morrow, the bill to on
force suffrage in nil tho StateH by virtue
of the power couferred by the Hecond
section .brtlio Fifteenth ametfarnerit
The bill provides lino and iruprlHomnant
fqrAlI'Prnons, ofllulal jurldAolhcrwUe,
wlio refuse to allow colored tunic persons
toyoto by declining to'regloter, them,
assess them for taxes, coilcct'thxcs, or In
terfering Jany wny to preyont the Mime
qualification from attaching to them
that covers white votera In the Bovernl
Htntos. It strikes down the educational
nuallilcaton In Massachusetts und the
pfoperty mjallllcntlon applied to colored
people In New York.
Tho member elect to Co n gran from
Mississippi, with tho addition of Buna.
torelectltovelH, mndc another visit to the
Executive Mansion for the purpose of
requesting tho President to delny sign
ing the bill for tho admission of MIshIh
sipp) until' after the bill, removing
political disabilities, which contains the
"names of certain members of tlic delega.
tlon, shall have passed Congress. Thcren
Hons for this request, which were because
of the fact thnt tho admission of tho
State before the rcmovnl of the disa
bilities of n portion of the delegation
would deprive them of their Heats, Woro
stated tp the President, who In response
to thu request, expfeisoil his willingness
to conform to the wishes of the delega
tion? consequently the Mississippi "hill
hhH not been signed.
THE LINCOLN AsAsIlNATOnX.
Not tnauy days slncu thoofllcers at the
nrscnal being desirous that tho remains
of Lowls A. Payne, of the Lincoln assas
sination couspirulors, who was executed
on tho 7th of July, 16QG, und burled un
der the floor of a store-home, should bo
removed, the neces!ary order was pro"
cured from Iho War Department and ono
of our unflerlakers was employed to re
move tho b6dy. The trench from wjilch
the remains of iho other conspirators, to
Cethcr with tlioso of Were, had been ro
moved was found open, and the box con
talning the bones and dust, which consti
tuted all that was left of tho body of
Payne, wm raised arid given in charge
of the undertaker und was quietly 'taken
out oi toe grouuo, uio oincerni uiocuarii i
nf nin lMifiiiliirr tin. fnnt Tint limine,
i ..... - ..
taker was instructed to be very quiet in written with npencinn blanks apparent
telatlou to the aUuir, mid has followed hU , b'left 'wlh purpose, on a slip of coarse
Instructions. This Is (he Inst of tho con-1
splratoni burled nt the arsenal.
A'A'O WXO TINOISM IX CONGllEiS.
The bill submitted In congress by the
Judiciary committee, fays the Illinois
'State Register,' proposes to restrict
tho naturalization of foreigners to United
States courts. It prohibits stnto courts
from issuing naturalization papers, nnd
if it becomes a law wilt interpose an
"Instruction to naturalization that cuts
oir more tliuu a moiety of intelligent
foreigners from acquiring the right of
citizenship. Besldo tho oxpenmt to be
incurred In reaching cities where Tnited
Htateii courts nre established, tho great
loss of time is of moment to thu larger
portlon'of foreigners who aro required to
leave their necessary pursuits and find u
locality where these courts are es
tablished. Beside this, tho bill proposes
that no certKlcntes shall be granted until
four years have elapsed after application
has been made.
Thus the radical administration tell
Intelligent foreigner to stand back four
yearn, and in tho tamo breath 'joinpul ,
thorn to yield placo to n inferior race
whom ut once thoy make citizens ho
cnuso theyaro negroes, and not white
men; - ' ' '
TIIE CUilAN QUESTION IN THE
Wo have Intelligence from Washing
ton to the eflfoct that the pressure
brought to bear upon tho Senate. Com
mltteo on Foreign Ilolntlous Ju favor "of
Sherman's Cuban resolution has, it ap
pears, been too great oven for the resut
nnco of Mr. Sumner, That gentleman
has consented to n fair consideration of
It as well as Senator Morton's bill, nnd
has condescended to report It favorably,
"provided a majority or tho commltteo
will so Instruct him. Tho Commltteo
have given It sotuo attention already,
and the main question seems to bo
-whether to report-Sherman's resolution
or Morton's bill. ' 'Sherman says ho does
uotcaro which Is. reported, but lie thinks
both of them should bo, as they nro "not
ldentldallvhd'd6, riot conflict with each
other. He thinks that if tho House
should. psi Banks' joint resolution re
latlve to Cuba it would go through the
Senate. Its provisions meet with his ap
proval, nnd he would as soon vote for It
as for his own proposition. He is of
jpplulon that action will bo taken by., the
House first, becauso tho So onto Commit
tee oti Foreign Rotations is not likely to
report, or, indeed, come to any concilia.
Ion at au early day. Some measure of
tho kind, he thinks, will certainty' P3
Conres at this 8essou.
A Novel Swindle.
The Butter Itcclpc-IIow to Make
Two Pound or Butter Out or
1 Otitic-A New Thing In Chcm
iHtry. From the Detroit Toil.)
The Wavno Circuit Court was engaged
for the nast two days upon tho oaso iof
Philip Hemmel ngalnst Frederick Lohr,
levae concluded yesterday noon .by t
vi.nlli't for tho tinfatidknt. It was BO. do-
linn on three nromlssorv notes sieued by
the defendant, amounting altogether to
$208, dated Dccombor 10, J608, payable
one vear afterdate to tho order or A. ji
Thomas. It appear that the defendant
und his wife are honest, but nut highly
Intelligent, tiuriculturlsbi living in the
townshln of Canton. Wtvyno " county,
Thomas Hoems to havo boon oho of thaso
peripatetic confidence men who have
reaped such rich hurvcstH out of farmers
within tho past few years by what are
now familiurly known as "potent-right
stvindlos." TliomaH came from "West
Virginia, nnd brought with him a valu
able recipe for making butter two
pounds of uutterout of ono. With but
tcr at 40 cents per pound, tho natural
cupidity of tho butter producer was
aroused by such a revolution Jti its man
ufucture. The price of this valuablo re-
cmo was ?2.yj, which was rattier nigh
But then it must be remembered that
with butter almost worth It weight In
cold, ativ method for doubling the pro
miction could not ho expected to bo
bought for u mero song. Lohr and his
wife hesitated Ion about buying so ex
pensive a recipe. But a Mrs. Franks, a
near neighbor, in whom they had confi
dence, urged them to purchase, repre
senting tliatsho had soino of tho butter
mauo iy tiie agent according to mo re-
clue, and that it was very excellent nut
ter. Finally Lohr was persuaded toglvo
his notes for tho amount named for tho
redno. which read os follows:
'.lfcclno for maKiug two pounds or
butter out of one: Take u quarter of a
Don nd ofalum and pulverize It, and mix
u quarter of n pound of bicarbonate of
soda with it, and grind them together
well, and put Into a bottle; cork and seal
so as to keen it air tight for ten days:
then take It out nnd drop thrco drops of
oil of rose und three drop of oil of pep
permint, nnd grind tlioni together, and
nut into the bottle; tuaKe it nir tigut, und
let it stand for one week1: then take It
dutand add half a pound of magnesia;
mix it well, uud men It is ready tor use.
Then take one pound of butter, nnd a
pint aud u half of sweet milk, put them
into the churn, and take as much of tho
powder as will lay on a three cent piece,
and put it In, and proceed to ohum un
til It is butter: then let It cool six hours
uud workout tho whey, and you have
got two pouutlA or butter, in winter,
use carrot Juice for coloring."
mis receipt) was printed, except tno
niiiun Limit uuw m,u, n hilii nci
words "ilium" and ''soda," which were
: , . ,
ink' certificate, with u blank for the date
and the name of tho person signing it:
"This Is to certify that I havo this day
bought of James lierrlck & Co., one of
their receipts for making but'er for my
own family's use, uud ngree to bind my
self to pay said Herrick AkCo., the sum
of 1200 provided I ullow any person to
use the same. I hereby bind myself to
the above sum to keep said recelpo where
people will not bo likely to see It."
Testimony as to tho chemical results
of this combination shows that none of
the Ingredients would have tiny ollVct
on sweet milk, except the allum, which
would coagulate It. This would bo ac
complished almost liutanteoualy, nnd
the eighteen days required in the opera
tion of the recipe was for tho purpose of
allowing the ageut to get out of the wny;
It seems strange thntuuy person should
be deceived Into paying such n sum of
money for such u manliest humbug.
Of course, after having got the notes,
the agent diauosed o( them in snort
order, nnd has not yet heen seen in
tlioso parts. Tim notes found their way,
ilually, Into tho hands of Mr. Hommel,
who claimed to be n buna fide purchaser.
The tostlinouy on, behalf of tho plaintiff,
as to how ho obtained the notes uud the
consideration paid for them, was con
siderably mixed, and it seems fulled to
convince the Jury thnt tho philntill was
n purchaser of tho notes In good faith,
The French Method.
Doch Sennutlon Rc,mniu Alter
A writer In the Loudon 'Telegraph,
"Having had llfty-flvc yeurs In mod
ieal experience, und having during that
long period witnessed tho ngony of
death undor a great vurlety of circum
stances, I feel naturally very much
Interested In the Instructive- discussions
on tho subject of "Sensation nftdr Decap
itation" whch have appeared in your
columns. In a conversation which-'I,
held forty years nco with the Into Sir
Astley Cooper on this subject, that great
surgeon related to mo thnt while a stu
dent In Parts, durlug"Tho Iteign of Ter
ror,' hb had witnessed thoexeoutlon of a
young wbman. Immediately nfter tho
liead fell It was seized by hair by tho
executioner, who held it, up and exclaim
ed, "behold tho head of u malignant!"
and at this ntojnent 8lrAs,tley snld,fhe
distinctly pro5eivel a1 blush dlftusod
over'the'entlro facp of the victim. He
foltoonv'lnoed that ther'e was a moment
tary consoIousneM, but only for a mo
ment, for the next moment the ashy
paylor of death succeeded. I agreed
with him in opinion for tho Intense ex
cltomentof feollng prqdtfced by the in
cumbent expectation of death would
gorge tho braln'wlth blood, and nu ex
ceptional iryous, tensloti. of tho gray
substance would be Induced sufllolenfto
maintain though for.a few .seconds, hut
no longer, for without the stlmulous of
blood, tho condition of the brain Is -that
of discharged Leyden phial detaohed
front tho electric conductor.
"About the neriod of this conversation
with Sir Astioy I performed a number of.
experiments With a viow to facilitate tho
slaughter of animals for food. A quart
of air injected by men us .of a blowpipe
into tlie heart 'dr n calf Instantly stop
ped the circulation of the blood and the
animal fll to tho groupdcnsolesa as If
shot In tho heart or brain! Thb butcher
was convinced of tho superior erllcncy
und hutnanlty o this kind of death, t.iit
objected to tho thereby diminished
whiteness of tho veal. Without n con
stant supply of 'the vital fluid the brain
faints and fa unconscious, Even before
tho colebruted physiological Investiga
tions on tho functions of tho nervous
system conducted by Sir Charles Bell,
Mageudie. Marshall Hall, Browp He
quart! hud others, pathology supplied
numerous facts to show that pressure on
the spinal cord above tho origin of tho
phrenic ridrve 'paralyzed th6 fllaphrngm,
urrested respiration, uud, consequently,
circulation, nnd caused sudden and per
fect death. While in Spain, fifty years
ngo, I have frequently seen the tor
mented bull, In full cureer, Instantly
killed by the mntndor, who penotrattd
with the point of his sword, tho spinal
marrow between the first vertebra and
the occiput, and tho ragltic animal In
stantly turned over on lils nacK sense
less. Reasoning from these facts I come
to tho Mine conclusion us those of your
correspondents who consider tho guillo
tine as au eligible mode of inflicting the
penalty of death, and that all tho specu
lations as to subsequent torturo arise
from n morbid desire to pander to, an ab
Tho JJuiTalo 'Itepubllp' makes tho, fol
lowing reference to the nnticiputctl clush
with theSalnUi of Utah:
In regard to tho terriblo Cullom bill,
"in aid of the execution of tho laws In
tho Territory of Utah," tho organ of
Ilrigham Young at Great Salt Lake City,
tho Evening 'News,' has declared in be
half of tha Utah snluts that they "havo
no objection to the passage of this or nu v
billthe mere obn6xlous tho bettor:"
that It will not Injure the peoplo of Utah
though it may give them trouble, but
that "there Is one rcsolvt, however,
which wo have heard expressed, which
we trust will never bo fork'Olteti no mob.
sanctioned by law or otherwise, shall
ever enjoy uifdisturbed the fruitu of our
toil, wo would rnther sec this land
(Utah) Converted again Into n wilder
new autl the lalwrs of twenty-live years
swept away in n fow hours thnu that our
enemies suau nnti mat reward (or tueir
villlaiiy in our possessions."
This means that If any attempt by tho
government Minll bo mndo to enforce the
laws of thu United Statos In reference' to
polygamy in Utah, ami that If the enlnts
nhull not be equal to tho expulsion of the
United States military force that mnv be
sent ngalnst them, they will lay waste
oy lire tlielr Homes ami their Improve
ments, uud leayo Utah the wilderness
which they found it. This Is the ravine
of n lunatic; for with tho destruction of
tneir settlements tuo poor .Mormons
would be left completely, ut tho mercy of
the government. The .Mormons in Utah
number, perhaps, one hundred nnd
twenty-live thousand souls, nil told
men. women and children. Tho general
character of their territory is that of n
desert, with here und there, ns In the
deserts of Arabia nnd Africa, n pretty
nnd fertile valley, with Its fresh water
stream or streams. Nearly nil these
oases in Utah, nvullnulo for cultivation
by irrigation, havo been nnnromlnted
uud made productive by tho industrious
Mormons. Rut beyond these settlements
on all sides is the howling wilderness of
sandy wastes and rocky mountains.
M mi inotiestructiou or thelrfcttletneiits,
then, the Mormons would Instantly hn
reduced to starvation; for even their cat
tle, removed from' their otlleni nit nus-
Hires,, would perish. In his llrst explora
tions of that country Froniont found no
naiivo rour-iooied animals in It larger
than the desert sogebush rabbit nnd, the
wolf, and tho few native Indians ho en
countered ho found mnlulv subsisting
upon crickets, grasshopperslizards nnd
"such small deer."
Tho. Mormons, being no situated, nra
Incapable of military resistance oven
ngalnst n regiment of well appointed
United States troops. Rrlghnm Voting,
well nwaro of his defenceless position in
an npncnl to arms, has never serlouslv
thought of such n thing, Rut still the
question recurs; if tho pains und penal,
ties of outlawry, Hues nnd imprisonment
nro to bo passed ngnlust Mormon polyg
nmists, und n detnehmeut of tho United
States urmy Is to be sout out to Utah to
protect tno civil ollicora In oarrying out
tho lnw, what will tho I'rophot do? Tho
PacIIIo Railroad hns simply rondered
Mormon polygamy in Utah unsafe to dnv
nud Impossible to-morrow. In the course
of n year or two, If loft alouo by the gov
eminent, tho institution will be removed
by tho Gentiles, nud perhaps In tho most
dreadful scenes of fire nnti destruction.
Humanity to tho Mormons, not less than
a decent respect for tho obligations duo
to tho creneral lnw of Amoriouu aoelntv.
demands the Intervention of tho govern
ment either for the peaceable Abolition
of Mormoiipolosamy o for tho quiet re
moval of tho Mormon saints to somo oth
er, country; and It Is in tho namo of hu
manity ant oharlty (hat we would call
tho earnest attention of Rrlghnm Young
to the pecessjty ol preparing for the one
ftlternnllvo or the other.
A GKNTS WANTEDi'
Oiiaoytffooiierfletic eHnya?ieri waiiteJ, to ecuro
ulcrip"tt6n ja, Culro ,for .VMk'Twain'aigttat ookt
"THE IXOCi:T AIUtOAIK"
' , i
The Pcinuud Is Uabouailetl.
IriilUire'at (he St. Charles Hotel for 1 ' "
feMtft CPT. IIOOERS
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
QARL h. THOMAS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
Bltop-Io the Terry Houhs, Corner Commercial
ATcnuo unit Eighth treot.
. , Om.Ix-0, Xlll-nol.
W. II.Morrl. It. II. Candc.
QANDEK & M9RRI8,
Notaries Public and Insurance Agents,
OFFICE No. 71 Ohio Letee, City National
Bank Building. dcc21tf ,
FIIIE AM) MARINE!
MERCHANTS Ins. Co., of Chicago;
CAPITAL AND A93ET3 8a0,72i 11
SECURITY Ins. Co., of New York;
dAPITAIi AND ASSETS ...11,732,819 00
COMMERCIAL Ins. Co., or Chicago;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 340,040 3
INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Boston;
CAPITAL AND AH3KTS.. 8 0.10,000 00
SAKGAHO Irs. Co., of Hpriacld;
tlAPITAIi AND AWETO... .9 20,027 85
AURORA Ins. Co., of Aurora, 111, ;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 8 310.BS0 II
STATE Fire Ins. Co., or CUrcland, 0.;
CAPITAL AND ASSl J 234,030 Ob
J. f. It GARDEN' He. CO., Asjtn,
rtVAu Otre Pint rUtlont! lUnlr.
IRK AND MARINE INSURANCE.
COM IMS it: t
"NIAGARA, NEW Y01UC;
ASSETS .41,430,310 29
GERMANIA, NEW YORK;
ASSTTS ...4l,00 8,021 7H
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
ASSETS. .....,.720,7ea 13
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
AS3ET3.M. m7l4,tSS t
ComprMnKthn Undrrwrltfri Agmrr.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
ASSETS...... ...(1878,484 IS
AbSEW....i..t. 9I3U.I03 23
FIREMAN'S FUND, 8 AN FRANCISCO
' ASSETS, (Goli.S878,000 00
8ECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marine.)
ASSETS.... .l,43'i,ittt 80
ftw;, 4wlllf)), farnltiirf, hulli urn! oarLW
lniirrl ut rate n- fronUe n nnmi.l rtrinaiirnl
(runty irill warrant. 1
I rcnrctfttilv alff tlii'l((rn.nrrn.rn .
,wrC,f C. N. HUOIIES,
O.Hee it Klrt National Ilanlc.
.uutoon.litii);.,Alr.iaDilercouriiy,. In tho Circuit
l "Urt of Alaxamlor county; Anl Term, lwo.
In.Mlachmeul DetnanJ ll 31
i y1K,,,'1.1.,,;n,"c, Ff'lfrtek L. Snr-ler
llticliarai. Kl;M.rtrmof l-lflil, lloneilltl A Co.
v jolm M. lljranUihl William II
IlyarJ A Met urt.
fticwitrt, firm of
V:' l",r,r Siren toyoti.tho oahl Jolm M. Ilrard
an." W llltam II. M. wuit, firm of II) ard A Stewart, that
n writ ol nttachiiient lia ln-en sut out of ilm ollloe
or lh tlerlcof ih,. Alexmi'ler ennnty Circuit Court
at tlio hull of tlm aid Field, llenedidtA Co., mid
afaiifit tho i't.tlu of joii, ifco aald Hyanl A ftewart
iut m uuu-.fvti nuii iiiiny.nnr nnn Ji.iuudoliarM, lie
jMTHnniiiy i aim uMar wrir Iho cltoult court of
Hiuci uiiiviiniiirnni il.tjr Ol wm n'Jt u-riii tliercof,
to I ' liolifnn iii iho t llr of Cairo, In aalit county, on
the Flrat Monday In rtie month of Ami uet, ivr
peoil bail and plead to ald action, judgment will lie
ntetfdaaintyoii in favor of iAll iilafntlfTa and the
property u ntlavlicil aoM to fatiafy tho aauie witb
JOHN' Q. IlAHMASf. Clerk
Cairo, IlllnM..J.miiaryllh.l:o. ' 1 rB
Mulkey, Wall A Whcd-r, llalntltr.' Attorney!.
Slain ol Illinois Alexamlercnunty, o. In the Cir.
cult Court of Alexander county. April term, l70.
In Chancery; Hill for Hirorc;
M(ijiJlo llnclio va lVtor U.. Itocho.
Atlidant of Iho noil. rldf nco of Peter 0. Itoeha
the abote named di-fi-ndent lurlOR leen filed In tho
Clerk' oftice of tho circuit court of aald county, no
tice li hiraby Riven to the laid Piter O. Itocl'o that
tho complainant tiled her hill of complaint In laid
court on ttiuCliancory aido thereof on thu)th day of
January, U70, nnd tlu-rcupon a Kununoni Waned out
of .aid court returnahle aa tho law direct. Now un.
liayou,thoeald Peter O. Itoche, slmll personally bo
anil nppear before the circuit court of aald county on
theflr.liUy of tho next irrm thereof to t holdcn at
court houio In tho city of Cairo, In raid county, on
tho Kim Monday of April next, and plead, antwer or
demur lo nald cnmpluiiianu hill of ooinplalnt, Iho
came and Iho matter and thin vm therein cliarKei and
Muted will Ih) taken in confeoed, and u decree enter
cd iijriiinst you according to tho prayor of nald hill.
Cairo, Ilitjoi, Jniinnrt- 2f tli, JbT.
juii.-t iiAUJi.t.v, Clerk.
M nnn A
I'djio I'lainiiii -
In relation to the Police Force nnd the ealarlei (r cer.
lie it oniaintJ by the City Oimtil of Ihi CM of Cairo i
HCTof I. That tha l'ollcdKOfca'or the City, from
ami after (he iuxf UJa Ontinanee, thall bo con.
atltuted ai follow, Tlx: AT-'hlef of Police, whoahall
perform ueh duliea.aa arc uow or may liermfltr bo
prcecrlbcd by brdimtivie, and not moro than four
Police Conitiible, threo of whu) ahalldo duty in the
nlKht time ondona during lltntlay.
Hxc, . 'Hie Chief of Police aliall receUe a
aalary o( opo tliouiand dollars per year,- and
each of tho Police Countable hal ravelin aaalury of
neteiity.tire tlollara pefmontli.
rt. .3, .i'rom aiwl after Ilia date of the -panaxo t f
Mil ordinance the salary of the Cly Marl phall bo
liy dqllarn per month, not of the ofty Comptroller
aovonty.flvadollariperinoathi' ' '
6xo, i. Alt ordinance or part of ordinance In
coiultut ulili the profUiooa of thto ordinance are
Approved February Ulh, JS70.
JUUN H. OBKHLY, M'J.PT'
frANTKU For the addreas of any
, fvor, twain OffamaJe, will jendiampla
gnodt naylnsl) to 4) per vUr, !, AMra D
R.LIfilNOl'ljN.rt, tfMt4reet, Chlcaj,.? U "
, wliicli ali writ has Ufa nlurne.l l.v .i.i
ri, uiri'vii'ii in win aiierill ol aiiurountv in
-xccmp.l liylcTlDK Mionuloxof merehoi.
Now iinlfM ton, Ihr Ilyanl A Stewart almll
W. BTRATTON. x. BIRD.
(Slices mom lo Stnttoa, Hudion k Clirk),
Grocers and CeiwnlMloa Xirrtawli,
Agent o( "
American Powder -.,!, MMnlaelHrcira
Akciiu for Cotton Taraa,
ocinwf 57 M Clr, III.
J M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
(8uccfj(ors toE. B. Heidricka Oo.,
Forrrnnllng and Commlsiilon Mercluiiti
ANTC ,i ' " M
Oir-o - - XXlliiol-.
lAbcral Advances Made on CbntfnintnU.
.nfniJf5PVed 10 "lTf "or or forwarkirk to
,Q W. GREEN, ',',Lt
(Wuceaor to Falllt, Oreen W.'.V1 4,:
AND ) i
Q. D. "WILLIAMSON,
.vwuvr. a.u VUJIMIB310H aim.
N 70 OAto Lever,
Spoclal attontlon mania mm A 4t11lKM
gAM'L WILSON, b
Dealer In .
BOAT STORES, QROCEKIFii. AHUtEO
HO Ohio Xteveeml
aclslf CMro. IIU.W
FWVll MERCIIAVr xn 'witi'.Xlm
AOENT ' ' ""' ""
X: 80 Ohio i.ere., Cnlro! tlliStUtf
Ordrrii antri.il, I ...l .
n.lad, ,..Ui.i,i7 kqu jMjaiaemujr
DYAS T. I'AUKKK. John ll.VlMTti.Ifl.
PARKER 4 PHILL18, ' ''
General ' nft
CoMml.isioB and Forwtnlln h.Hi.
And Dealers in
ly, 'orn, Ontn, Rrnn, rtiitl rU,kn,44 0
niffn I LMinn I .
I - Kb 141 If
I. X. AYEW.
A YERS & CO.,
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So. 133 Ohio I.cvcc,
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BROKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALCRS
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