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Super interesting - HE WAS THE BEAl IDEAL 'if a southern Justice....
HE WAS THE BEAl IDEAL 'if a southern Justice. Tail and slightly bowed by age. with etronttly marked features, features, whose l.nes were undisguised with a broad and typical Southern costume of io:ii-skiried io:ii-skiried io:ii-skiried black broadcloth Coat and soft ftit round hat. he seemed like a character tal.en from a latu. '-clay '-clay '-clay romance of the ante-bellum ante-bellum ante-bellum ante-bellum ae. He was ;u-t ;u-t ;u-t from avisit to hi mar and dear fru rd. Justice Bradley, of the I'uite l Slates .-uyri-me .-uyri-me .-uyri-me .-uyri-me .-uyri-me Court, and had c-.in c-.in c-.in Iu 'ed to -l-i -l-i -l-i -l-i ml a fi-w fi-w fi-w davs in looking ui.cut the city trial had been enterprising enough to build a railroad i-.o i-.o i-.o aa to trade ft ith the new South. His bagaaije reposed in one ot the best apartments m the house, and his venerable f.-ice f.-ice f.-ice ai.d figure beeau to be well known about the lobby. 0:1 Monday he called upon Mr. Kreis. of the second-street second-street second-street sugar tirm of Shinkle & h.ris. and iutr.idu.ed himself. From bi onversat.on Mr. Kreis gleaned the act that he was the ow ner of a I-LINTITI" I-LINTITI" I-LINTITI" ON IHI MIS.-1SHPC1 MIS.-1SHPC1 MIS.-1SHPC1 kirfB Adjoining mat of the late Jefferson Lavis. and that he lived there during the summer. ApD.-irei.tiy ApD.-irei.tiy ApD.-irei.tiy he wasttell acquainted in the resion of hicn lie spoke, and as Mr. Kriis had J-.st J-.st J-.st r turned fr-T.i fr-T.i fr-T.i a plaant visit in tee -s,utti. -s,utti. he was more than delighted to lia e the .1 i:d ee honor him with a visit. In order to show his appreciation Mr. Kreis took his guest, for he accepted a such, and introduced him on tlm Moor of the t hambcrof Commerce as a extinguished ni n.ber of tne judiciary from the South. J ;..lt:e Waterman made a favorable impression impression on those of th memners with whom became in contact, and he seeine l to rc;p-rocate rc;p-rocate rc;p-rocate this feeling, declaring that Cincinnati a.-.a a.-.a a.-.a v or.-l.-rf or.-l.-rf or.-l.-rf or.-l.-rf or.-l.-rf ui city and ti.atht-r ti.atht-r ti.atht-r n.erchaiits M en.- en.- a bright and industrious .-el .-el .-el of men. cf whom

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 23 Feb 1890, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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    nKendall – 15 Mar 2013

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