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THE MlfiY BULLETIN.
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN,
raMUluA ertry ThnrUy morolrs l 1 24
ptr urnum, lnr.rUMj- In lva. lhe KtAt
on the WMy Mill I prepaid t this o(Hcc, so
thM subscribers wilt obuln It for subscription
price of ! yr.
rcscnfntlvcs from among nil the clticn of
tho United Stfltcs nntl to bo Fcparatcly and
olntly responsible to tlio House of llcp
rescntattves and subject to be dismissed
by tbein. Tho llftli amendment provides
that the consul Mlon be ntnemiecl by In-
crtlng tlio word "ex" after the word
color" In the lirtcenlli nincnutnctit to
The Radical Democracy have printed
their memorial In the English and Ocr-
inan languages, and have Mint it out for
the signatures of the people, to lie re
turned before the last day of lK'tmbcr,
1871, with the Intention apparently ol
presenting It to tho House of lteprcscnta-
tlvcs during me present scion oi loii-gicss.
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KfTo rrfrulsr advertisers wc offer inrrIorln
lume&U, both at to rat of charge nml man
Mr of displaying their tutors.
tJ-Jsotlee In locl column Inserted for "lf
Utn Cent per line for one Insertion, Twenty
OnU line for two Insertion, Twenty-Five
Cent line for three insertions , Thlrty-Klvo
Cut a line for on week, ml Sevtnty-1'lvc
Cent a line, for one month,
n.i.. i . i , . 1. 1 . , r. . r---
ju.-uuw.ti, jinix-si viumin, uuis, viiiis.
IlooU & Shoes, at IIaiitmans.
Two or three bootmakers ran llnd em
ployment by nppl lug at
SMiMIMf Wm. Khlf.hs.
1XI.IAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
ifnStnXCK. No -1 Thirteenth street, be
tween WaliIngto,n avenue ami Walnut street,
omCEi North Mte of Eighth etreet DS
twen Commercial and WahliiKton avenue.
New Music Store.
Oomsaunlcatlona upon subjects of Ren
ml lnUrect to the publle solicited.
0-A11 letter should be addressed to
joiin ii. ounnivr,
' President Cairo Bulletin Comusnjv
A WIIAIAMHOJI COUNTY Kl'iNODi..
Mr.J.O. Clark It) n gentleman who
lives m Wllllanuon county. ?ot long
since, Mr. Clark lost live ax haiidles and
concluding that they had been stolen,
made a remark to that effect and proba
bly added something about administer
ing prompt punishment to the thief if he
could catch him. The editor of the
Marlon Democrat, on the lookout for an
Item, clironleled the los4 of Mr. Clark's
ax handles In the following playful stylo:
"Mr. J. V. Clark, residing a mile
of town, lost live nx bandies on lat
Tupurinv mnriilii". Thf! chali who bor
rowed them had bettor fotch them back,
or be will get whipped, for we heart!
Clark rav to. Clark take the Vtmocrat
nml iiiwui liiifilm'M."
The Dtmoeral man didn't know It but
when he wrote that Kent ho threw n lire
brand which Inllamcd Mr. Clark with
passion. Mr. Clark Is a true blue resi
dent ofWIIllamsou county, who doesn't
propose to be trilled with. lie immedi
ately rushed Into print In "the other pa
per." fie wrote:
'The article seem? to me to bo a Mnr.
He savs "rcsldlnir n utile of town'' cer
tainly definite and t-eems to throw !
something at our grammar. Well, I
made tte ot no stien exprcj-Mon as
"foleh;" and as to me making a threat of
any kind whatever, alwtit the ax handle.
Is a lie. I am not 'on the muscle,' but If
Ilrown thinks to ridicule me through hN
dirty sheet, I will try to irlvo him us irood
as ho sends. I have received two copies
of bis highly Interesting (?) sheet, and
find' my name used In one of them In
connection with a downright, mean, ma
In conclti'lon, Mr. Clark says again he
he is not "on the muscle," but intimates It
will not take much to put him on. The
trouble with Mr. Clark U that he can't
appreciate humor. The editor of the
Marlon Dlmocrat, If he withes to save
his neck, will have to adopt the plan of
an illustrious humorist who has gone be
fore him, and label his funny article,
"tills Is tarkitsin."
llrnrv Hriban has reeeicved 210 kegs of
et's celebrated .Milwaukee beer.
Mil It II.
Dawn, ilovvn tlioy come the prices of
tovcs and tinware at A. llallcy's, o. KM
and 170 Wnlln'iton avenue, in-li-lm
If you want a good coal or wooil cook
ttovc for below cot, cill at T, J. Kxhtii's.
W. DTJNNINO, K. D.
CLEAlt and mot Irajrant Havana for 10
cont, at the Crytil ilooti, corncrof Sixth
and Commercial ncnue. 12-otf
Acoodaortmcuto nil kinds of lic.itlnK
Moves warranted souml and perfect, and
not Injured by tlio late lire, very cheap of
T. .1 Kkiitii'h. 1'MG-lOt
Siiiii(il to tic .SIiiIpii.
A sorrel mare, about 8 years old, 1 1
bands high, lame In right hind leg. The
owner can havo the wmw by proving
property and paying charges.
Cairo, December 12, 1971.
M-12-i:Wt .lottx Hooan, Constable
Sttcar kettles, ovrn, skillets and lld,
pumps, grain and grnsi scytlios, wlro cloth,
grntcp, stovo jilpc, elbow and a hrga vail-
ty of other goods saved Irom tho lit lire,
to now being sold at 2 i to 7J per cent below
co;t at T. J. KmtTll'ri. Ul-12-lC-lUt
I'lulii (liii'sllou for Innllil.
Have the routlnt midklnci of the profes
sion done you no good!1 Arc you discour
aged and inlsorablo 5- If Fo,teet the proper.
tics ot tlio now ;;otblo Specific, Dr.
At.KKK's Oalii'ohnian Vikkqar Hit-
tr.ns, already fnmous as tho finest Invlgor-
ant, corrective and altcr.itlvo tlit has over
seen the light. Dlipeptlcs and porcOLi of
bilious habit should keep It witbtn reitdi, If
they vn'ue health and cnc.
Ui:SIIH:XCi:t Corner Ninth and Walnut
OITICE: Corner MxlU street and Ohio Levi.
OITICK HOUlii1 From 6a.m. to Uni., and
from 'J to 8 p in.
OrriCK. Ituiler'a lllock, (up-stalrs),
Clghth etreet and Wahln(tton avenue
Attorney at ILnu'.
OKFICK. Ohio Leiev, over room formerly
occiipicl by mil .vaiiunm iianic,
,Ut.KEy & SON,
AttorncyN at Liuv.
OFI'ICI: Klghlh Street, between Conimcr-
ct.it nml v ujhington nvenuei,
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
Ketkdln; Matter ea Kvery Page.
JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
Judd failed on the 3C0th mile. He gave
Aiikansas hxs luid seventeen govern
ors since It was reconstructed In 16C3.
John Mahtix, jr., of the Paducah Ken
tueklan has been mtggested a candid-
ate for clerk of the court of mineals In
Kentucky, In case CapL Tom Jones Is de
President Gka.nt has been .sick and
could not entertain King Kalakau, and
King Kalakau hits been sick and
could not bo entertained. Hut about
this time both are no doubt convalescent.
Thlstlcwood it Co., have furnished their
largo elevator at corner of twenty-second
and Ohio Levee, and moved Into It from
their old store, the first of this week. They
111 hive all their elevating machinoryi
loain.powcr Gil., cumpiuiu hi n iciv u)9,
and wl 1 bo prepared to store and take care
Of their consignments with much moro con- city or Kurnmuding country at rciuouable prl-
. n i . ..I (..-.I.,.. i1nn i. uiuera mil
Yvlllvlll.u Ulli. E ,191 .,1, lull .linu V,!., UUIV.V,
as their storage room Is ample to meet all
demands that cn possibly bo made upon
An Attempt to Assassinate an Ex
Sheriff in His Own House.
The Missouri penitentiary will require
the attention of the legislature of that
State tills -winter. Two mutinies, not
far apart,uave occurred there,both caused,
It Is alleged, by inhuman treatment of
Mr. Flask L. Coituv, a young Mlehl
gander, has set up as a rival of
Brown, the mlnd-rcader. Mr. Corry has
persons to secrete tldngs then takes
them by the hand and finds the hidden
articles Just as Brown does nnd with as
uniform success. Corry has also an "al
phabet test." Tho letters of tho alpha
bet are strung upon wire and suspended
across the room. Some one Is n-fjmtftccZ
to select a won J iiilnL- ot one letter
to the exclusion of every other matter.
Mr. Corry grasps the hand of the person
who lias selected the word, leads him
along In front of the wire, anil slowly
but surely aptlls out tho word se
lected. Corry docs not attempt to ex
plain flic process by which he Is enabled
to perform bis experiments; ho professes
bis Inability to do to, but lays no clulm to
any spiritual influence.
THi: mA11'AI. IIKMOCRAOT'N "
P1UBPNK1 V1IANUEM IN Till:
The Radical Democracy " whoso
headquarters appear to beat Milwaukee,
havo merit out In the mulls for (signatures.
a memorial to tho House of Representa
tives .ol the United States, demanding
amendments to the constitution. Tho
memorial calls for a radical change in tho
form of government, and gives the
amendments, five in number, which
are to reform the abuses which, under
me consult tuuon. as it is, mere is now
no power to prevent.
The first amendment jirovldes that
every member of Congress shall be di
rectly responsible to tho electors of his
district, tho majority of whom may, if he
does not meet their expectations or just
lfy their confidence, recall him or replace
him by u succctsor, the manner of doing
this to Iks defined by law.
itw K-eond amendment provides that
Jl Important laws shall lie submitted to
we peopw for their sanction or disap
.The third, that the United States sen
ate shall be abolished und Its functions
iransiwred to the House of Representa
'fhc fourth amendment proposes that
uc , president and vice-presl
oem oe uuouuiei, and tlm tlio
vested In them bo transferred to an ex
ecutive councU of K-vt-n members, to be
wcpaniiciy i-uvDvu oy me House of IWp-
lSelil Corretondenee of Tub Hcllktin 1
CAitnoxiJALE, December 15, 187-1.
En. Bclletin: People had supposed
that a reformation had taken place In
Williamson county, as there had been no
murders committed for tho past seven
weeks, and but few shots llred from am
bush for nearly a fortnight. Occasion
ally nuu of our citizens would venture to
Marlon without llr.-t mak.ug his will and
appointing his administrator. Tho Ion,
period that elapsed clnco the last murder
gave us great hopes that an arniMIce had
been entered Into which would last until
after tho holidays. But uuildt our re
joicing over the prospects of speedy civ
lllation, our joy was brought suddenly
to an end on Saturday night last.
large armed force entered our city about
12 o'clock nt night, in search of a doctor
to go tit once to the resilience of George
SIsney, cx-sherill" of Williamson county,
About 0 o'clock in the evening, he, his
wife nnd a sou of William Minimal)
were seated at the table nlavhur donv
Inos. when sotnei nun nnoii itin. "" P1"
approached the house and llrcd a double
barreled shot-gun loaded with buck-shot
through tho window. The shot took ef
fect In the muscles of Mr. Stsuey's right
arm above tin: i-inow, carrying away
nearly idl tho llesli and leaving tho bare
bone. Several shot entered his body, but
u larire portion of them pasted through
his vest und shirt-bosom, completely rid
tiling his garments. Young Illuilmau
received some of the shot In his side and
neck, and mmnr says that ho died yester
day evening about l o'clock. He was
spending the cvenlngwlth Wney. He I
only about thirteen years of age.
Mr. Slsncy's recovery Is considered
doubtful. Slsnoy was ti ttrong sympa
thizer with tho Russell's and bitterly
opposed to the Bullenlr family. Where
this will end Cod only knows. I'artle:
have visited Carbondale and ordered
directly from St. l.ouls double barrel
shot guns swearing vengeance and bold
ly declaring that Am has only begun.
will keep your readers posted will re
port all buttles und the number of killed
and wounded. Huron-rim,
I.loyd,th! famous map man, who nude
till the maps for Uenertil (J runt und the
Union army, certificate) of which he pub
lished, has Just Invented a way of getting
a relief plate from steel to as to nrlnt
Lloyd's map of American Continent
fhowlng from ocean to ocean on
ono entire sheet of bank note paper, -IQx
Ml Inches large, on n lightning press
and colored, sized and varnished for tin
wall so at to xtatid washing, and mailing
anywhere In tlio world for '25 cents, or
uiivarmsneu tor ju cenw. 'iiits mar
known uiu uiiiteu muirit mm icriitorie
In a croup, from servers to l&7. with :
million place on it, such as towns, cities
villages, mountains, lakes, river, streams
gout mines, runway stations, ivc. J lii
map siioulu bo in every hotie. Send 2
cent! to the Llovd Mnp Comnanv. 1'hlhi
dclphla, and you will get a copy by re-
Q.IUJEN & OILBEIIT,
AttorncyN and CoiiiiNcloru
OPFICK. Olilo Ia-mh-, room 7 and el oier
City National Hank',
William II Orcen, )
Wlllliim 11 (llll.ert, I CAIIIO ILLINOIS.
Mlleilml UllUrt )
SSneclal attention tflren to .dmlraltv nnd
J. H. ABLE,
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
MONDAY EVENING DEC. 14
Musicnl Morclinntllso of nil kind
ntprlcos to suit tho times.
Mekr. liobblns would nnuonnco to
that havluif been an tlicy truit,
favorably known tliroueh
out llil n-cloii ni ileal
cm In PIANOS. OH
lioue of AV. W,
Kimball of Chicago, for
tho pat ten year, tlioy
havo concluded to open a .Music
Moro In Cairo, where tlicy will keep
on hand, nml bo conslnntlv In rccclnt of
everything In their lino desired by their
Prom the Celebrated m.-uiufiictorj' of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of lloston. A Piano of world-wide reiiutn-
tlon and con-ildured by all our noted mil
ii-lan to no tlio bet Piano now ni.-ulo In
the Lnllcil Stati-t; alo, the very oonuUr
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made In New York, of which we have toll
(int l(M In Southern llllnoi, giving pcrrect
CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONERY
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cornor Eilith St. and Washington Ave.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFECTIONS IN EGYTT
AND IS BELLING 20 PER CENT. LOWER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
OAUTION. I)j not tmyoMeHti'llei that Iwvnlieen kept orr lite nuiumer and aretUle AIo
n to yatir vrelRlit l:ery 1k oiutit to ranUin ptr ,an6 net, or tlx ounew ortr tit,
pound The C (, t it the only (ilacu In Mgutti-rn Illinois wlnre you can Kt a complete M'Ott-incnt.
Fresh Baltimore Oysters Received Daily
FOR SALE AT WHLOLESALE OR RETAIL.
xt Alt oniem
tonal nttentlon Call and see lilm
n-celie iirompt and ter-
Krf ror noon anu suoe1! ot any
iy'c. quality or deicrlptlon 1:0
mtm to Win, hiilors on Twentieth
street, or at No. 81 Ohio Lcvce. lie miar-
antccB to cacli purchaser the itock that lio
select-, und manufacture)) hoots at all prices
ranging from S 00 to 915 03. Customer
troubled with corns or tender feet, ate
guarantcd an oa'V lit, as boots are fitted to
the foot. In the absence of .Mr. Khler, who
will superintend bothhop, I'lill'Ip Ilaugh
will have charge ot tlio l.cvco bop and l.'d.
Fitzgerald tho fhop on Twentieth street.
Thinking hU patrons for part favors he to-
llclti a continuance of tho r.ime.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
The most nerfect and durable Ori?.m rvi-r
made, there V-hij,' now tverOJ.CKJO in ue.
Kimball Orchestral Organ
A very fine Instrument, adapted to IN"
SlItUMfcNTAL, AS WUI.l.AS SACUKD
ilCSIC, and becoming more and wore pop
ular ct try day.
A creat variety, selected with crc. n'jd
ndunted to the wants of ourcUMomer. con-
clitinir of all the new and popular niule of
mi) nay, iiuin 1 ulaii A-u j.aiitu-
I'orall IViimle 4'oiiiiilaliil
notlilnL-equals Dr. Tierce's Fat orlto Pre
hcrintion. It Is 11 mo-,1 powerful restoruth
tonic, nlso coumlniui,' tlio rao-t valiublo
nervine properties, t-pp'elall-- adaplln it
to 1110 tvaius 01 uc jiiu.ieii iuuics sjueung
from tvetk back, Inward lever, congestion,
iQUHiniuion.or uiCiiraiion, or iiotu nnrvous.
no s. or uetir.lL'lc nalns. Jlr. O, AV. Scv-
mour. dru'Ist, ol Canton, N. Y., writes
Dr. l'Icrco in lol own ; "The demand fr
your Kiivotlto l'reierlption Is wonderful,
and one man stitcd tome that his wile had
not dono da)b' work in live montbs.wieii
sue commenceu taKiiu your l-uvonto fro
rcrlntlou. toiK two bottles und Is now on
tlic tlitru not'le, ami ts nine to uo ncrunusc
work'aloue and milk fourteen cows twice a
day.'' Dr. l'Icrco l- .tvorlto I'rescrlptlou Is
foiu uy an uciiiers in medicine,,
ucc. 10-eou.vw iw
The Gamble Wagon
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE OF SCHOLARS.
Wo would call mcclal attention of teach
ers to tint department or our stock-.
Orders solicited, and music selected
suit and tent by mall 011 samo terms
as from larxo cities.
W1IKKKAS, by n eertaln JlorlgaKC Ural,
commonly called "sale mortBUKe,
in-ill in a.ne inu 11111 uuy 01 Repu-m-l-r,
A 1). 1S7.I, duly reconled In book
',," on pujte Hi, in the recorder's
mil, ,, nf Alexancli-r riiuin.v. Main .or H"-.'. on
(liu-.loliamitt Jlennessy) and Juim-s Jtyun, ll
router to the uniler.lKc"l tlie lullotriliK des
crlliol nid estate, sltiuitiil In the City of Cairo,
in the Comity of Alexander and state of Illinois,
In wit Iit numlx-ivd teven (7), In Mock
numbered tlilrty-two (ai),in said City, upon
this i-xiire.s condition, liowcver. that fn cum-
one erruln iHimlSKory note for the sum of two
liunilreil ami titty ilnllurs, executeil by the raid
Jo launa llvan mul .lames llyau. to the under-
sIkiikI, una iH-nrlnic i-ti-u ibitv tilth snld sale
liiorlKut!e, due and jsiyalilv one year niter the
date thereof, with Interest tit the ratu often per
cent, pcrunmiin from date until paid, should
the said note not be paid according to the tenor
iiudtlt'cct thereof, and should delimit he m-idc
lu the payment of said nolo nnd interest when
due, then und In that iiifetlicuiiilerclKliMliilk-M
proreol anil sell Ilir sum leal i-lnlu us ny naid
innrtifnge protlded, and execute to the, pur
chaser or purehaers thereof 11 deed for the con
teMince in let of the iiiciuIm- sold, and,
Whcriiu, dcfuult hating been made In the
iiayment of the raid note mid the snld note hnv
Inir Iwomeduc nnd jiayahle, now,
Theiil'ore, notice Is hereby kIuii that by vir
tue of terms und conditions or sulil alu mort-
B.e, 1 will, 011 tti-ilueeilay, the ilnl day or lie-eeinU-r,
A. U., lo. I , at the, court-house door, in
1110 cuy 01 cmro, Illinois, 111 tne 110111- or S
o'clock o.in , of said day, proceed to sell to the
hlKhest bidder for rush, the ie.dutale ami prcin
Ues hen-lnbefore described, tu satisfy salddibt,
Interest, cost and churces of mild tmst, uuJ ill
exi-ciue anil Hell Verio me purcnaseruilent lliei
, Novi-inbcr S3, 15,1, wit
The lur!Ct a'sorttneut of ChrUtinas
good ever brought to Cairo, will ho tils
played on Monday, Decemhor 7tli, nt
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CIobo.
Cornor 10 th St. nnd CommerciM A v.
C 0. PATIER & CO.
isupl, r.iktcr( wlUil'flc. Llt, ml,d7orfillr ct.U HI
IHr.l.f.sl I'lUnll cbir. Till K.WI..IVI
k"M...i.lvrruuCo.,lit tin4-,N, rs. aitl
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAOON MAN-
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Ncur Thirth-Fourth Stroot
"e will furnlsli our inii'lis to teachers at
the usual discount : will select miidc for
your scholars. If you will let in know the
grade and stylo derlrcd.
icacncrs everywhere are requested to
scud us lliclr audrens, nnd we will keep
inrm intonncu 01 1110 new puuueaiiocs.
OOTjD! GeOXjO !
820 00 GOLD
fo the roller who makes the largest "run" of
ren-l'lns, (lie (5) frames, "barring" those who
nade over ltd but prUi-rolllnK.
810 00 GOLD
rothc roller who msVei the larRost "run" In
"Cotked Hal" (Ijilns), tlte (J) tramci.
CJnolllnK to take place at
CLARK'S BOWLING ALLEY,
Docombor 10th and 20th.
vVSfcllotli prizes lo be given by Karnlmker,
jI2r the Clothier, 01 Oldo Levee, Cairo.
i on nam:.
Tow-Boat For Sale
pill? Subscriber offers for sale the Stcuin
.1. Tuttlnir hteiu-Wheel Host, Ike llnnmillt,
with engines, machinery, tackles, appuiclund
mrnltuie. as she now Ilea id Cairn, 111.
Her length Is II.' I'cct, her biindlhs) feet, her
leptha iwt and ineiuures i70 tons She has a
boilers il fiet long and 3(1 Indies diameter, '.' high
prcsureeiirflneiwltlicylluders I7'i Inches in
llami ter and (1 feet stoke IVeil iuinps lo
chia In diameter aod 17 Indies stroke uiulull
modem liniirotemcnts,and 11 In every respect
staunch, uk u-oilhy, and in good condition for
navlttattoh. For terms upply to.
S S, TAYI.OB.
Caiho, Ills,, Kotembcra, ls71, 93.11.2S-tf
hfltlUrUflbHLY IP.OMllljlr;t MAnUfAOllkllURU.
I nuhi jm kw with 1'rir Llit, iiiUd itir iwtv cuu. Hi
I r'l.fist rMt Wllhttul ikiits. fill lmis,illl
tUiaisi Bur im C-i Sit DiM'tf, ti
CYMBALS, BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNISIIED
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
CAPA cT ASTROS,
With hundreds of nrtlcles in our line, re-
liiuing too mucii space tor emunurntion,
Of every description 011 band, or furnished
For all Kinds of Instruments.
years, nnd tatlslactlon guarnutccu.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOH) ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
mis being the only regular Mtulc Storo
ncaror than St. l.ouls, wo hojio our lair and
lionorablo dealing may Induce utir friends
to kiistnln us by u liberal patlouago.
ROBBINS' MUSICAL BAZAAR,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO RAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks oyor offered in this community.
He will not bo undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have tho measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in tho
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
LJT A TXrrT7TC!
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprlotor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
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Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
HARE? WALZER, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MEALS AT ALL HOUHS.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
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MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A PULL LINE OP
TOILET A1TD GOODS,
152 Comraorolal Avonuo, botwocn Ninth and Tenth Btrootf,
Wo lmvo replenished our Job Printing Office with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for othoi4
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wo are determined
to establish tho reputation of our office for first-class
work, aud make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
the host practical job printers West and South, haa
assumed personal supervision of tho nob printing de
partment, and will endeavor to 'givd satisfaction to our