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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1872.
JOHN II. OBERLY, Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN:
Or week, ty carrier
One year by carrier, In advance
One month, by mall
One year . . .
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
.Tohn H. Oberly has reduced the subscrii
Uon price or the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
t o One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest papcrpubllshcdtn Southern Illinois.
of New York j
FOH TICS rRKSIDBKT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OP STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF I-UBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN U. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SLTREMX COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUTREMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
up $12,430. Tb duty on import collec
ted at l'eniacola it tometblng leu than
three thoniand dollars a year, from which
it will be teen that the Grant government
pays IU .carpet-bag hangers-on at Pensa
cola over four dollars for collecting ono.
llisv. Jean Henry Marle D'Auuioxe,
tho popular hlitorian of the Reformation,
died at Geneva, Switzerland, last Monday.
D'Aublgno spent five years of
hit early manhood as pastor
of tho Protestant church at
Hamburg. Succocding this ho became
chaplain to King William at Brussels,
retiring aftor the revolution of 1830 to
Geneva. Hero he assisted to found a col
Ifge for tho teaching of orthodox thoology,
and was appointed professor of church
history, which office ho held until his
death. Ho was born at Eaux-Vlvcs, near
Oenova, Switzerland, August 16th, I'Ol,
nnd decoased at tho ago of soventy-eight.
Senator Morton, in a spoech at St.
Louis a few days ago, said that ho bo-
lioved that no class of men had been moro
calumniatod and misrepresented and out
raged than tho so-called "carpot-baggor
.'of tho South." In another column wo
publish a few facts in regard to carpet-bag
officials of South Carolina, who are fair
specimens of their kind in other Southern
states. Senator Morton thinks
these men have been "calumniated and
'outraged.". That is, Northern men,
who, through trickery and fraud have
managed to put themselves in power
in the South, and have used their
opportunities' to plunder tho people of tho
South of thousands and Millions of dol
lnrs, bankrupting their credit and forcing
financial ruin upon them those public
thieves, according to Senator Morton are
"calumniatod and misrepresented " by
tho party and the press which exposo and
denounco their villainies.
Wc arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
RAHMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wc are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
Wc are authorized to announce I. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
Wc are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP at a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county.
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN
U. UOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decli
slon of the Democratic Convention
Hon. W. J. Allen speaks in Metropo
lis next week.
but a nirt of his Blunder durinit the win
ter. It l Impossible to draw an adequate
plcturo of tho condition of the state,
which U now literally governed oy
notorious thieves, backed up by
tho federal power and patronage
at Washington. A largo portion
of the lands of the state bavo been sold or
advertised to bo sold for taxes, and gon
eral ruin stares the people in the faco. In
the olden tlrao South Carolina was a
wealthy state, and would be again if sho
had an honest administration. But as
long as the thieves in Columbia and
Charleston navo Dacning at wasnington
this is Impossible, and tho work of ruin
and bankruptcy will go forward. Can wo
afford, at the North, to have a policy ox
1st which bears such fruits as those of
South Carolina? If we cannot we should
turn out Grant and bis crew.
From now until the first of January we
Tnt speech delivered at Chicago last
Friday night, by ox-Senator Doolittlo, is
said to be one of the most masterly and
convincing of tho campaign.
James Anthony Fkoude, tho English
historian, and Edmund Yates, tho English
novelist, are receiving marked attention
from the literati of New York city.
The Sunday liquor law was enforced in
Chicago last Sunday, and tho beer-drinkers
of that city are discussing tbo propriety
of laying in Sunday beer on the co-operative
Great anxiety was manifested in
Now York city on Wednesday on account
of tho non-arrival of Princess Nellie
Grant, and tho fact was telegraphed all
over the Union to a waiting and expec
The Canadian horse plague has made
its appearance in N ew York city. Many
street railroad companies find much ditli
culty in making regular trips, for the
want of sound animals, and stage corapan.
ies have been compellod to lessen tlio num
ber of trips.
The Fort Wuyn 'Freo Press," i
straight-out Democratic organ, and the
only ono, we believe, In Indiuna, has died
a natural death from the want of support
Tbo fact tbat thoro aro not enough Bour
bons In Indiana to support ono nowspaper,
spoaks well for the success of Greoley in
Tbo fifty thousand Gorman voters of
Illinois, it is almost certain, will cast a
nearly unanimous voto for their fellow
countryman, Gustavo Koernor, for gov
ernor of this state. But among tbo num
ber may be found a few, who, influenced
iy Radical proclivities, will voto for
Oglcsby, the candidato of the Radical
party. These men, who left their own
country in order to enjoy the larger
liberty of this, It is to bo presumed will
exercise their own free will In the matter
of casting their ballots for governor of
Illinois. But in the meantime their atten
tion may be called to the animus of a
spoech made in Warsaw, Hancock county,
a few days ago, by tbe Radical candidate
for govornor. Referring to tho honors be
stowed upon Carl Schurz, Koorner and
other Germans now acting with the Lib
eral party, Oglesby intimated that " If
'tho Germans saw proper to follow the
'lead of such men, in repudiating the
' party that had done so much for them
'they need no, bo surprised to find them'
'selves opposed at no distant day with a
1 now nativo-American party."
That ts, tho Radical candidate for gov
ornor of Illinois makos it understood in
a speech to his follow-citizens, that bo Is
in favor of the Germans and all other for
eigners voting as tbey please, as long as
thoy please to vote with bis party when
they do othorwise, he is In favor of de
priving them of all tho rights and privi-
egos of American citizens. This is Rad
ical toleration which tolerates neither re
ligious nor political opinion other than
Its own, and which only wants power to
bo as arbitrary as the old-world despotisms
which our foreign American citizens
came to this country to escape.
of not less than six quires each at the follow
ing low rates :
Weston, best quality, six quires and
nmvnnl. ltnuln mil and bunds, size
of page ll)xl8 inches, perqulro.... SI 25
me price per quire oi same uookb
in St. Louis, nt the cheapest inanu-furtiirltiL-
establishment in that cltv.
Six nulres and unward. nacc 101x10.
ner mitre 1 00
Price per quire of same in St. Louis I?.. 1 2ft
Slv nulres and unward. naco 12x19.
per quire ', SI W)
Price per quite In St. Louis of tame K $1 7f
Six mitrpH and unward. naire 14x20.
ncrnulre 82 00
Price per quire in St. Louis 9- 00
utuer iiooKs proportionately cucap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted of the best quality.
.music. .uauazincs aim mat cias oi iiookb
we will bind In Genuine Morocco In the very
best style, Cloth or Paper, at 75 cents to tl
per Volume. Price of same in St. Louis is
gi uu to i WJ.
A COMPARISON OF OUR PRICES AVITII
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing thr Bulletin Binderv.
tf. JOHN H. OBERLY, Proprietor.
NTOVfct. T1NWABB, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Our Home Advertisers.
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Tollo
Ware, Coil Hodi, FlreBhoTels, Air Gaits.
TIN ZINO, COPPER AND 8IIEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
aWRooflng. Guttering, and all kinds of to
work done at shorten! notion. tehliltf
I IT S TJ IR .A. 3ST O El
N1AOARA, N. T.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets 1,068,781 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets 726 882 00
REPU1ILIC, N. Y.,
Assets - 7M,05 00
Comprising the Underwriter!1 Aaencjr,
Y0NKKB8, N. Y.,
Assets 878 4M 61
Chartered Hnreti SI, IftOt).
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
ets.. 078.800 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
sset m. 1.U2.849
Hln,i. T)rl1lni7-. Furniture. Hulls and Car
ic. Insured nt rie fati-rable as strand, per-
mnnent security will warrant.
I regpeotfullr ssk of the cllltens oi uairo,
hureof thoir pstronsKO.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
IitlVT A UtTflV
U. KNOBELSDORFF, -
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND I'LEASANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARK MORE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONOER
Ulvo better satisfaction, and sold lor a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, - Ills.
Chah. Reitz, Henry Weiier,
A. C. Kesino. a. miscii,
Crab. Wknthe, Chas. Vkroha,
Francis Lackner, chas. imeolino,
C. Hirscu, Wm. Reinuakdt,
Tho tout orcanlted ami recnreit company in
ib norlhwent. The only comnsny which 8Ur
sntecia ch surrender xnlue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2Mlr for Cairo nnd vicinity
TO THE PTJB32IO.
Anticipating a decline in prices of
of all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carry out our promUcs of cheap printing
we feci it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER TRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in busIncs and
together with our advantages in the
purchase and selection of stock, our
customers may rest assured wc win try
to merit a continuance oi their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
following revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on Kood U Ib paper, neatly executed nc
cording to size perM f 1 DOtoO W). Korotlier
qualities add the Ultfercncc in the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same
Kollo Post, per M f 1 OOtoO 00 ; pi
M 2 M) to a W).
OoLKbiiY, lays tho St. Louis 'Globo,'
made a speech in Quincy tho other night
in bis "happiest style." What a putTing
nnd blowing and Singing of arms and
ranting about the platform and stringing
of words together without sense and im
plied exclamation points, must tbat ctl'ort
The people breathe freeloy. Victoria
Woodhull Js uot dead and ha not retired
permanently to tho shades of private- life
nor to tbe roor oi ner mansion on jiur-
III. On next Sunday night this
'nmaln will deliver a lecture in
.? . . . J fl f - ( 1
a;ieiai jrreeaum ' in wmcn
it.. ..t. t
n Itf.IllllBW UUL1UIII Ul
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA. From the Cincinnati Enquirer,
Wo published the other day some state
ments of tbe most startling character in
regard to tho corruption, extravagance,
stealing and plundering of tho camet bat?
nogro rulers whom tho bayonets and favor
itism of tho Federal government enable to
tyrannize over and oppress tho people of
souin Carolina, i ney nave ono hundred
and ninety-six clerks in the house of rep-
reieiiiuuves 10 uo too uuties wmcn less
than six perform iu Ohio. Tboir mosion
gurs and porters are in tho samo propor
tion I Tho legislative expenses were moro
than $500,000 a year, or several times those
of Ohio. When tho war was over an Ohio
soldier of fortune, ono Colonel Scott, from
tho Toledo district, concluded to remain
in souiu Carolina. Tbo federal govern
ment, acting through the negroes, whom
it organized, mado him governor beforo
bo had been throe years in tho state. His
salary was $5,000 a year. He is now
worth $2,000,0001 Tbe state treasurer, a
bird of tho same leather, ono I'urker, is
worth $1,000,000. and other members of
tbo carpet-bag ring bavo from $1,000,000
to $600,000 of property each. In tho
meantime the state, debt, which was little
or nothing when they assumed tho reins
of government, is now 38,000,000 or more.
Tho wholo school fund has beon stolon.
Tho tntorost on tbo stato
debt has not been paid for
two years. The stato prisons and ponl-
tentlarios would have boon closed if tbov
, i . i , i . , . .. -
unu uui ucou mueu out m private parties.
Most of tbe stato and county ofilcers, ex
cept those in tbo ring, have not received a
cent of pay for eighteen months. Tho
main imsiuess oi the legislature, wblch is
mado up largely of negroes, has boon con
ducted by bribery and corruption. Tbe
moii monstrous scbemes or individual
speculation at tbe public expense bavo
been put through by tbo purchase of votes.
The purchases were hardly disguised. Rolls
of bills have been hnnrinH nnhllrlv tn
.members In tho lobbies and ante-rooms of
me legislature. One, Whipple, a negro
member of the legislature, and chairman
of the ceramltte.0 of ways and moans, in
the houso, received $12,000 for putting a
railroad bill through. When the session
closed he was able to deposit in a tank in
per M ?S OOtoT 00, according to size and
quality oi paper; per one-nun ji SJ Wtoi uu,
nt, nnlitinfv blvn tint M fil rtntr.". rji nAv..1
lug to stylo and quality. Commcrcfal per M
7 UVIUJ w.
per M. according to sizo and weight, 5 OOto
i 00; per one-half M, according to sizo and
per M 3 OOtol 00, according to order.
furnished retail nt wholesale prices. Charge
for printing, il OOtoU 60 per M.
ot every sizo and oualttv furnished nt whole
sale prices and printed at the very lowesi
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description mado from good Itrlslol
Hoard ut tho unusually low rato of t2 OOtoJ 00
per n, accoruitg to size ami stylo.
full sheet, halfshcet, quarter sheet, eighth
sneot ami sixtccntii suoct tit irom uu to
20 00 per 31.
Hy u careful examination ol the abovo list
our patrons will find that our
PRICES AEH LOWEE
than those ot any establishment ol tho kind
luKt. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
liuslness men will find the Bulletin tho
best advertising medium In Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR WEEKLY
(sheet 20x40, 8 columns) is furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAH
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentuckv
than any paper ever beforu published In
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACUIUKWT, Lilt b,
IM91H.lt AKT T1IUKTK
FOR SALE, ) ForBrf. i FOR SALE,
I Krr Sle J
FOR SALE. J ForBJelFOR SALE.
Faro from LiVERrooL,
Fare from Londcnderuy
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from QtJEENbTowN
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $4 8 20
r tflnm, S'oriH 4 r , (n!H.
Liverpool .New. York add PhllaJf lphli
cxDia cosiaicr with vmted itatss and suitips
For Carrying tUc iUlli.
FOR FASSAOk TICKETS
oa rcuruiB isrommoH
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o n p t ,
Wa.hlDgton Avenue. Cairn. cms, 51
AMI DtAlIK IN
Eianm Street, Hktween WAsniNQTo
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
AclJolnlBit Itl'tenbuaao autl Ilannjr'n,
Keen the best or Deel. Pork. Mutton Veal
I.nmlj, SautaKe, etc., ml art, prepHre'l 10 ttrv
oitisena in hid mom accepiaiiie manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liUTCIIER AND DEALER IK ALL KINDS Ol
Corner Ninetenth and I'oh.au Sts.,
lluys and slaughtorK only tho best cattle
bogs and sheep, and N prepared to fill anj
ilcmnnd for fresh meats from one pound tc
It'll IIIOUSUIKI poimus.
Ch.rle.ton no U.stb.n new cl,,b are comlu lB
HOOT A.M hIIK NTOIII;.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD
105 Commercial Ave, noar Atheneum
Keep on band a good usortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And MIssos' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds
Which thoy soil at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examive.
For Sale at Wbolcsalo c Retail
CORNER 32D'STRKKT AND OHIO LEV EI
ttuvlltt if, QAUBLM
M. IlAaciAT, Chas. Gamoiim,
II. HTOCKFLKTH, I'Al'L O. Hciicii,
II. CCHNIKOHAIt, II, P. llAlLIIIAr,
J. M. I'liimrs. '
Dopoalta ot injr Amount Hel d Irom
sen . ph in vpiraras.
NTKKE8T paid on denoslta at the rale nl aix
L percent, ner annum. March Inland HMm.
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn la r.ddeil Imme.
nateir 10 ire principal or trie deposit, thereby
?'Tln them compound Interest
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAT
O THAT KU OKI IUI CAN HaAW IT,
Open ererr bmine. b day rrom a.m. tn 3 n.m..
and Baturdar ereninff lor HAVING DEPOSIT
qij, irom 0 10 o ciocK
. 11. Morrii,
No. Pub. and U. H. Com
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, . . 8100,000
W. P. IIAt.MDAY, Pretldenti
UKMIT L. IIAI.LIDAV, Vice-Preildenii
A. H.MAKKOHI), Ca.hier
WALTER ilYSLOP, AsslaUnt Cashier.
HTAATi TATLna. lls If rr..i....u
lltlraT L. llAttlDAT, W. P. 1Iailiia,
10. 1'. niLLIAMiON, HTinitx Hiau
A. H. BArroao.
ExctintiKr, t'ula Mod ITaltwl Nuitra
Boadii IktDKht aatl Hold.
KPOSITS receUed, and a general banklm
rsets fb,M,m ti7
NORTH AMKRICA, l'A.,
Assets I2,7fe3,0u0 co
.tMets J2,M 4,210 72
INTERNATIONAL, N. V.,
eset 1 1,343,855 17
nets t51S,C73 S8
Assets - f 1W.276 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
A(ets JSO0.0M) t
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE,
Aceete 30,O),0in (j
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Atsels V,VX).V W
RAILXAT PASSENGERS A-SURANCE
YMCts K)0,W0 00
A"els IG30,W2 00
SAFFOHD, MORRIS &, CANDEE,
71 lllilo I-cvee,
Citr National Hank. CAIRO. ILL.
II It Y it U O IS H.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANH, VXTRA,
LARUK STOCK OF CARPETING
Ills I'.iitlre Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORNER 8TII 8T. AND COMMEBCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHQEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Wliioleemli street nnd Coui
O. O. PATIKH
V , chh s Practical Guldo to lliiklncss Is tho
best sclliui; Hook in the market. It if a
book lor nil concerned In maklm or miiiu
money. Liberal coniinllons paid, unci 810
hi in mm it- iu AKvniN proving siicecsatul
Address at ouco for terms and territory
v. n JLV1-- FLEElIAHTY,
,n onNo'o? Ea,t Thlri1 st' vcoport, Iowa.
A. II. 8AFKORD, President;
H. S. TAYLOR. Vice-President ;
11. IlYSLOP, Secretary nnd Trc
W. IITHLOI', Treaaurer.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUItD, Prenldenti
KOHKKT. IM. ,t uM.frenldent
C. N.HIjOHI-S. Cannier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, hank not.n and Unlt
Htati'K necnntlea Huuht and pol.l.
Inlereal llowr,l cm Ttni ISepHill.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o etery defcrlpllon,
LATU, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on hortet notice.
Uommcroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH HTHEET,
Iloorn, Nnah, Hllntln, Sfouldlnir,
Knve flatten, (wood) Window nud lloor
rrmev Flooring, Iitb,
Nhlniclen, Ulnsed Hnb, Olnsed Hide
UsihU, UlHBed Trnnaorni,
NhnIi WelKhtH, NitNli I'ullle nnd Cordk
Illlud FfutenliiKa, HooIIuk
Fell, HooflnK Cement, I'lanterluic
I'niier, Cnrft Veil, White
Lend, United 4)11, American Window
Ulna, EiiKllali Hndt'reueta
flute UlaNH, Putty, tJInsler'n PoiuU
Newer I'lpea Patent C'blmneyai
- Kte., KU.
AOENTS lor Rock Itirei Paper Company
Hheathlnir Kelt ami l)nfl,r!.m.m r '
H. W John's Iiiiiroed Rooflni: always on
Our Homo Advertisers.
iALLIDAY BROTHERS, .
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agent! of
HIO K1VEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
DEALEE I3ST lillwrs
Cement, Plaster Pakih,
l'LASTE R K R'S II A I R,
HO. 71 OHIO LKVEE, UNDER CITV NATION
Al. II A.N k,
37"Kor tli c tiunxiMt nf I, nil, lit,,. .
wfiulecalc trado In t;alro, i will eell to deal,
r and contracton, In lot or W harrels and
Jiliward, at maiiufactilring jirlces, adding
Cairo. AtiitM 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hticcemori to E. It. Hendnco A Co.i
Forwarding and Commission
WH A RF-HOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Ailtaucemenia triage ,
Are prepared to recite, .tore and forward
freiKhte lo all pointa aad buy and
eell on comniirmon,
"Iliiine. aitcnded lo ,rnmitlT.
WOOD UlTTENHOUSK A BRO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVKK,
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roK FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Olilo Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(HuccecKors to titration, Hudson A Clark,)
o7 Ohio Lovee. Cairo, Illinois.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Manufacturers of nnd Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Havlnp tho nolo riirhtln this city to uso the
FULTON DRY KILN,
tlio best Patent Kiln extant, we nro cepe
imii; iiirjmruil 10 lUnilSU Ol Oil liniCS, Oil
uiu Biiuiiun notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is caller5, to our stock of
CYPRESS FLOORI NG
l.tim'ier delivered to any part ol the city
Order, received at the omce of
8AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
t that of the company, comer of UQx
ttxcit ud Ohio Uv.e tufSMta.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
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CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
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GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
HJLlrT, OATS, COIRIN
AND MILL FEED.
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