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THURSDAY, FwtKUAHv a?, ;
rtuuisunt.nt johk- it, bnsiax AatV.
M. V. H5.RRtt.U V".iH'IATK KtMTOK.
.Th Kvixixa-lU lum l puUi)id rrrj-after-nojn,
l Wa-Ainjevm Aivftw. vIVohvwJ Hll). Ir
Jehu H. Otlx A ff eweiWiu y e.irrier,
'tlifWiuu Pvtn. W4 vh.piw tytveql.
urns rF4 k Wm4 i TtuKwlaif. t4 the mlai nd
TKHX8.
t.UT ItTIH IT CKlt.
Fee week.
UU-N!tl'1' BT Milt,
SiOkjt copy, per ytr
lot wry, prf m-ntliia.w.u
Stat copy, ff three month-
$7 00
. 3 73
, !4 00
wjteeopy. eaeyear .....7. 8a 00
Clfctwefiea. one year, eoi-h MiWrllier 1 73
Ctuiw of Twenty, one year, each iiutwcrilier 1 "0
tyrSpeeimtnopjei. furiuiltod rare. Addre,
-'"' jo),y; jj, diu-IthV AlU, Calm, 1
,111.
Across the Atlantic in n Hnlonii.
- !'
..ThctXixpe rlinent nbottl to fried bj-nn
A il vent urnti Frenchman.
Vrom the N, y, Tritium) i
The ftificlrtnttne problem of t lie imvlimtlou
of the atmosphere li about to brought ngnln
before the attention of the public by nn at
tempt to'croMUm Atlantic from New York
in a lialooti. which imternrie is to be under
taken by Mons. A. Chevnllcr, an ueromuit of
extcniiodJiUtopeati reputation, m. uncvn-
llor nrrlveil in this country about a fortnight
ago, nnu, has .alrauly succeded in gaining tiic
conthletlco und Minnnrt of somoof ourllrst
sciontlllc men. Ho Is liy birth n Swiss, about
.'iO years of aire, of a modest, yet self-possessed
demeanor, sTiort In statute, with black hair,
eyes, ana intutnclio, ana n pleasing and open
expression of countenance!. For a dozen
years pnst, Chevalier lias been enthusiastic
lu aerostatics, lie rticnt litn inherited lor
tune (for lie is of noble extraction) on llyiiiu
machines, and lias ever experienced ou uc-,
count of Ills penchant n succession of ups and
downs in the extraordinary even for an ner-
onaut. ."I. Uhcvaltcrs latest invention is a
steam flying-machine, which may ho. briefly
described as l)eing constructed tiftflr the mod
el of a bird long, wing-llkc Mils jirojcct from
cither side of the Iron body of the ship, and
u'fah-likc "arrangement" nt the stem stands
in the place of the tall ofthe bird, and serves
its purpose in raising or depressing the ma
chine in its course through the air. Looking
at the fine picture reprcsenting'lt soaring in
mid-air, over plains and mountains, as il up
pearsjln u French periodical, tho only rvnliy
astonishing thing about the air-monster is,
that it would not soar when Chevalier tried
itj. but broke down and left its wtngulnc in
ventor, "dend broke," too.
This and similar accidents luivu not lu tho
least succeeded in disheartening him In his
life-search for the great solution ofthe great
problem ; they only throw a stronger light
on the obstacles in the way. After such mis
haps, Chevalier abounds aloft elustlcally in
his balloon, for the delight ofthe million, on
somuefe day in Paris, or .Mar.H'llles, or Ly
ons, or London, or Dublin, and thus repaint
thelopses, of his exchequer for a fresh over-ImulitiL-
of hi llvinc steamship, In this
way ho has made hundred' of ascents in
every country in Enropo and in Australia.
Once his sailed hi balloon from Purls lioyond
thu boundaries of Ru&ta, On another occa
sion hu crossed tho St. Goorgc'H channel from
Dublin into England. In oncoftiW trim hu
made thu extraordinary lllght of 101) miles ia
four' Hours'. In another accent madu for the
.Marquis of Ilutc, just before coming to this
country he was driven ir miles in an hour.
One can readily believe, in looking at Chev
alier's clear, pleasant eyes, and linn, unlet
mouth, that ho is n M ranger t physical I car
Hut, about tills tninS'Atiantiu trip from New
York ho undertakes it partly for the great
effect it will have, if Mtcceusftil, on his "bus
Ine'H'v oil the other sido of tlio water, and
not less to determine tho existence of a con
tinuous "belt" of westerly currents which
the philosophers say must cxlxt nt the height
or&OOO to 10,000 feet above tho surface of tho
earth. .M. Chevelier has brought with him
in complete readlncs. the tmlloon In which
he proposes to maltu his long and perilous
journey. It Is of a peculiar shape, and of
these dimensions; l5 feet lu height, 1.10
feet in diameter; capacity for gai, 123.000
cubic feet. The car being made of bamboo
and in tho shape of a house, rutcmblcs a
long bamboo hut, and will probably accom
modate ns many passcn ers as will desire to
go upon the voyage. .M. Chevalier is desi
rous of making tho Mart at as early 'a date as
possible, and, at all events, hi fnro the return
of warm weather, HU reason for this Is
that tho balloon would sufTera dangerous loss
of gas by expansion in tho heat of tho warm
suns. As stated above, Chevalier has
shown flomo ofthe Hclentllio mon of this city
that he is not a mere showman ; has interest
ed them in his undertaking, ami will proceed
to perfect the preparations for his Interested
and unprecedented voyage, under propitious
circumstances
Corrtct Niicaklug.
We would udvlso all young peoplo to ac
quire, in early life tho habit ol correct speak
ing und writing, and to abandon as early as
posslblu any uho of slang wordu and phrases.
The longer you live tho more difficult tho
acquirement of correct language will bo; and
if tho golden ugu of youth, tho proper season
for thu acquisition of language, bo passed In
Its abuse, tho unfortunate victim, if neglected
is Tory properly doomed to talk slang for
life. Motiuy is not necessary to procure this
education, Every man has lt in,his power.?
no uas merely to use me lauguago wnicn uc
reads, instead of tho slang which he hears;
to form his tasto from tho best speakers and
poets In the country ; to trcasuro up choice
phrases in his memory, and habituate him
self to .their use, avoiding at the umo time
that pedantic precision and bombast which
shows tho wcokneas of vain ambition rather
than tho polish of an educated mind.
A swarm of bees and a bountiful store of
honey were recently found in a tree by
wood-choppers on the west aide of the, Sierra
Nevada mouutalus. The Incident is record
ed as the first' dlncoveryofth'a -kind on the
Pacific slope. There were no wild bees be
yond tho Sierras when that portion of thi.
ooantry was tint occupied, by emigrants
from thu Atlumio board; but Hi was soon
discovered that bees from '(the States
thrived well, ami several, pirjops who en
3gcri early in thu buslncM acquired large
'tortunM.froui the prodijc,tion of honey b'
the'in'iirKeU''
(; , Itieiic ... . ....I
"I remember," says tho celebrated, Wesley ,
"hearing my fathc r say lo my mother, 'Jiow,
coul 1 you have tho patience to tell that
blofhcad the Mima thing twenty times over r'
'Why.' mUl she, 'Ifl had told him but njiu
teen lime, I should have lost nil my labor.' "
A'p'olito philosopher once thanked a lady
who ijiil.becn Muring to a pirtv fur nu hour,
by i-ayiug,-' Mailmu you have wasted our
Ume eharitdngly.
amy GOODS, ETC
,JV
V il.'OlW&INQUAJlifl,
WhoHWo Mid Itclall ThkWt In J
I DEI "5T 3r O'C
UrjOTS AND SHOES, ,
HATS AND CAPS,
CUTLKKY, .OTIONS
GcuU' Furuliililng Oog.li. ,.
LADIESDllESSQO.ODS, 81IA WLS,
Blanket, CiiHHliiicrcs.aifd. Jcuhh
nmt Cniiciii ., i?'
ler.tnri..,.....-.u.i..l.i...'..l fr01
llenvy llrnwn Ilomcitlc v:..0'
Heap HklHn j..l.-.;..j..V..;.. .
000 Ucnt'a IIn,t,..,, - 70c. tncli
ViliVXli (iOois AX1) EMIIKOIDEKIKS
Iluyors will il" well to mil ami oxixtnlno my clock
titfure jiiiriilia-'lng flsovhera.
It. It. rUNNINriHAM.
No. OOUlilnT.cvee,
CAIUO.
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CLOTHING.
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33voryth.in.s
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HAlttJAISS JtOll TllK PEOPLE!
HiivIfitfClOMoil out tliolr JiUtPck of CIoDiIiik, Iivo
IjniiiK'ht nu a
I,nro Mini Nplcmllil Ntot'If,
Vlil In mlmcf everv klnil (f
KhuIiIoiiuIiIc .riltIrnion' Mnr,
And snih m U (lilted to nlli,la.
They would auk csikoIhI idiriiitontothelrfuiiply of
IXntw axlcL Onps,
In whUH lln-y ptofiM to Iwul tlio nmrkt t. Alto to
tlicir
PIECE (JOODS,
Which cmlitwo Ml fljlfB of Clotlm, iwlin'rs
Twi-t-dH, At-., rrom whlca hvy iiianufiwturo
CLOTIIINU TO OUDEIl,
In the liOKtiiiaiiiu'r,!!!!"! ntrlcUy fnliIonftblc.
TliMr otoolc f
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Ii vvrv I'oinjili-lft, InrludiiiK njiinynoicltifs noterbv
foru hronslit totliU iiimkvl.
TriuiU-, of uvrry , VulUes, Cnriiet
Nuckv, im,
AMiircd ofilu-lr Millty to tell Kood from thclriif w
took, cliciiprr than nvcr U forc, Ihov r ly Uon a din-i-rlmlnatinitPuUia
to extend them tho jxitronngo they
JSAAO AVALDElt,
Wliolenale nnl Ucliill Deidcr In
GENT'S AN j) HOYS? CLOTHING
" And
Jp-uix-xx 1 3-1 i-n-K OoodH,
IfATN, CAPS, Ac, Ac.
At tho old stand,
Corner of Htxtli street nn it Ohio licvee.
JanMdlf
WOOD.
w
OODl WODH
J. W. TUKMKH
In pieparcd to furniilv. .
Oood
At pHcH which
defy competition, and nlo to
Deliver, 1 f ny part of the City,
On the chorient notice.'
, i
Leitvpi orders oa !'' t JIuWn lerocery, Loner
Kn'(ed itpre, and Woodi anil lUmch'a grocery.
K. FKOSi'!
Butter, Ltrjl, Kgff Poultry, Gme,
.i nu ril
Can Frwlt'iiw.- Veiretfibles,
Hay and Oralil MtCoBiniUilun.
Eighth Street (north Aide) , near Ohio Levee,
I .f 11
No. TU ObloIiTee Cairo, 111.,
OHOICK VAlHfiTim OKUKKD POTATOES,
A a followN t
The KarlyOoodrle-U,
The Kurly Ntwland,
The I.ate IIarri0M.r r l
Alho, all kind of Kriilt TrMrt ftch aal
Pencil, Pear, Apple and Cherry,
llaibrr- amil HtrawWerryPluntu, drape
juJUUItfl Vliie,Klc.
v RAILROADS. V BOOTS AND' SHOES. f,
TLLINOIS OKNTrfALUtAlLKOA
Si" $rtiicllcst KoutpfrSi tho SontA'
M. Iiimli,liOitlsvHle Cincinnati, Cblcngo,
r liciv York, lloiton
And
. ,ALL. I'OIXrS HAST AND XOIITII..-
l'AsscuKQr tralnf nrrlvo it nnt lcMTlCnJr m foll9wav
A1lltIVKl"l.30 A. M 41.16 P. SJ.
Ui:fAItT-lKO A. M .....4100 P. M.
Uotji friitn.icuniiOdtnt OpntrnUS wlth trnnsoij th
JLVJLCV'X.u. -fc--'' -
-At-1'..im. Decatur,- moomtton, Kl l'n'o. I-a Ballr,
nni Ml no nt n
Illinois lowni MjnncHiiin, MlKfburl una
' 'Wliconiln, 4
And with lines rtinnln(j.Kiit nmt Went for'
St. Iritis, SnrlngHeld, Louisville. Clncln
1 nhtiliKllimnpoIls and Coliimliris,
And nt Chlengo with tftchigjn CentrM, Mlelilgun
I'SoutliernT nn-l I'ittM.nr l'ort Wnynonnd
." ' f-hlenni Hn roiuN for
IJKTltOlT,
CI.nviUiAND,
DUNKIHK,
AIjIIANT,
It mUtj iM
NtAfiAHA KAMA
KHIK.
IH'FKAMJ.i
NKW YOItK,
tiiTivimtiiri.
i,iiihAi)i:i.i,iiAj
HAI.tlMOtlK,v
K.r throiiMi tleketd and InMrmMlnn, nj-py at (he
Illinois Central lUlrt-ad Depot. J0NSp.V,
n..Arl I'iii.nirer Aeent. ChH-aKP.
M. liur.lIITT,r,enerMHut''rfnteniIent. .
J AMK3 JQIINSON. Agt nt, Cairo. m.ltr
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
p I).-VI IJJ A.MSUN,
wiioiiHSAJ.n wnocEit,
WtOPfCi: AND COMMISSION
A'o. 70 Oiio .tw, Cairo, 111.
HnealM nhontlon gUen to eonMj(mnent nnd flllinR
nnlerc. ilecltwmr
DENTISTRY.
G. 110LDEK,
DENTIST,
Coiikkii oy Stii Sthkkt m Ohio Lkyhk
All work in thin line cxeeitted promptly nd upon
Ncleiitinc Prlucliileii,
AND AT IIKA0'AMX KITES
Meeilffindtf '
COAL.
.1 AMI'S OSS
wrnicr in
;Aiiiilnl I'UUlmrK
O O Xj .
ii . T.mik. rmh tin deliverr. Dellt-
ereil fre'f to Ml pirt of the eity. Vard and ollice,
Cntmiicrclnl Aveime, lletivrrii Tenth nmt
I'.ievciiiu nirrrn,
(LaWnnl yard of M"DonMd A Triei-t,)
Mldlf CAIUO.
GROCERIES.
0y E AND SEE,
Andwitufy yonr ltw that Mi-teMf Mix MI kindio
3r,.2xx.iXy G-rocorlo
Chenper than any imn In Cairo. Ito.t rol oil, r-U-per
kjIIoii I V1""' 0 1"!""'-1" f1"'" I' I'viiml. and all
other thtmr. In proportion.
Don't forfiet your Citnli.
Call nt 33 1 WaMdnxton fiitie. f-U-lt
JJ M. HULEN,
Dealer In
STAPLE AX FANCY GK0CEK1ES,
Provisions, lrotlnct?, Coal Oil, Ac
134 Commercial Atcnue, Cairo, III.
dooaidtf -
PAIN TERS' MATERIAL.
B
K PAUKKH.,
Dealer In
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
llriithr, Wall Paper and Window
hlnulm.
05 OHIO LEVEE CAIUO, ILL
.i.-.7i.iir
GROCERIES. COMMISSION.
JJYAS T. PAHKKlt,
(Sucetxior to Parker Phlllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUCHANT
And dealer In
liny, Corn, OiUh ami Ilrnii,
No 72 OAib Lexte,
Oniro - - Xlllxa.oi.ae.
fi-WVUf
gTRATTON, HUDSON & CLAHK,
(Siieccor to Ciinnlni;ham A ftratton,)
VIIOLKHllE
Grocers nnd Commission Merchants,
NO. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
dec2t'd5d(f
FURNITURE.
JOHN HAMILTON,
Pealer In
Faraltnre, awl, Ifonso Furnlslilns Goods
Carpeli and Oil Clatha, Window Bhaaea
aad 4fklnK ClaMe.
V0, 101 C, oiaKKIICIAJ, AVKNUK,
deeildtf " " CAIRO, 1X1..
LIQUOR SALOONS.
riAssrNo.
Thli popular" ptaee hia boeome the rcaort o( all Ioy
era of good llKj-nt, an.nono but the be t
Ukept'ky
, Kluhtitreet. heiaeentom. nu'wah,"AVn'e;tV'
t dH-ildf CAIRO, IILINOIB.
jonjr soiiKF.i;,
j JOHN HYLAND'S 8AL00N
a.. Jrypkdwltli ll of 4
i Suporlor Ziiqixora,
ccr, Aly, Ac,,
j COMMK,UfMl, AVMl'hyt
'flie thiraty, who loiro pood limiorH.Uioiild We him
a val, and t)ioo who wish to pull 'T fragrant rknr can
have their wantu aupplled at hm bar. dccUlt
QOAli.
iHMJJ..
I . IK M
LBR8. h t U
8.B M
Twtnlitih street, between Washington and
Poplar street.
- " "TTfearly oppoBfloirib Court lloTiie.Y """"" "
Menulnii uono neniiy mm ciu-njn. i .uronnn m.
Hdtcd. dccat'iMdtf
, i'l ' I LT
rrrf-
' 'AUCTIONEERINGCOMMJSSjON
AltdT)lfO klifNlfilbB M Jt IBS ION
HOUSE.
105 Commercial Avenue, 105
CtMlO . . . ILLINOIS
IAXIi;r, iti'ltTMAIS,
The only Licenced Aiietliineer, In tl)o, city, huyB and
fcll.4 on commlnlon,nli kinds of
And mates prompt' retiinm or) Ml nales. ,,,,,..
iiMitiwdtr' ' ' ' -
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
jjWKSALK,
in
JOHN AV. THOVKH ifc co.;
UKOKEUS AND EXCHANGE HEALERS
Ktghth street, afcond door from Coin. Ay. ' r
EXCHANGE ON
i i 't
(Jrontllritniii. 1 Soiitliern Gormnny,
Ireland, rrane',
orthern lierinntiy, ,wcuen,
or way.
Alio, r.aK Tlctetn fruln
Liverpool .London, Havre, Antwerp, Bremen
una Jiiimourg, to nto turn,
Or to any point Went.
BirColleotlorui inwloou any point In Enrrpe.
leesroidir
ATTORNEYS-
LLKN, AVKillKt JIUTIiKll,
A 1T0KM-.VS AT Ii.ViV.
Offlrc In IJrox'.Nev IliillillnKi
Corner of Eleti nth htreet und Oitnmerclal Avetuii!
.T. Allen, I
II. Vntnn Mi, CAIRO. IM
I..P.llutlrr, )
diiIdlf
M
ULKEY, At k 'WHEELEIt,
A'nOHNEYS AT LAW,
JOUN H. .MUI.KKV, 1
(!eo. yt. "Wall, CAIRO, ILL.
Sam'u P. AViir.Kr.Kii; J
OlHre Itoniim, H mill 0 AVIuter'n Illnek.
deeSl'iAdtf
WM. It. OUKK.V. W. II. OII.HKHT.
QltEEX &CILIIKUT,
Attorneys' and fnunsol!orst Law,
Cairo, XXXlaxoiw.
pe-lnUtteutuiiKiT-n to Admiralty and HlejtnWl
lllOlUCM.
Olhre nu Ohio I.rvee. ltoom U nml -I
Jmil6.fJ Knyplli.il lllitck.
JI E. ALIUtl.CUIT,
'Attomoy xvf Iiftw.
Cairn, Illlliol.
bl'ECIAL ATTUNTION (IIVJ'.N TO COI.I.I-X7I.W.
Ofllee, corner of l'ith St. ntiil-Waah. Av.,
lnKo,.tha.nnc-t-j' no Ilrick.
laniOilif
LUMBER.
I L LI AM W. TI10HNTON,
Wholetalr and Itutud Dealer in
.I -i
Ijum'bor, Sliinelo
LATH, TIMilEltf
Cedar Poala, Uoora, Hnili, Illlnda and Win
lov (Jinan.
Ollice on Tenth Street,
Ilctwcen CommerclfJ and Wajhlngton ATnuc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
kii M roa
,, . . ..i
Rock River. Paper Company's Sheathing Felt
' QUA TIT 7. CEMENT.
H.W. John's Improved Rooting
' 1 -!-
4 .
Aabettot Cement always on hand
In Urge or email quantities.
dwtMec:t'M
GAS-FITTERS.
QHANGE 0. Fllim.
C. F. XKAUKML 4 CO,,
pared toVpalraJl kindiof Oaa nitUfek.kid b our
proeeaa of brentlae and pldln make' theM' It Trr
particular a food m cow. Tboae. Jiarin nu'Ji ttx
turoa. will pleaio k'v ua arjJl iifcUoa auaian-
aal and.workinanllle manner.- waii.aIio nra.
utn in ail caaei, c. T, ykaokk, ,
Janldtf r. RMURlUr.
BEL jtAX. AGENCY, ETC.
, TQHN ;Qj JIABMAJf A CO.,
tl ' a r vr f"f.. j i H i I
RE Ali JEMTATJB ''A'GKKTK
n - ' w'Jrt-iri-n" r
' -AlJCTIOffKERBr
Hurmul-aeH n?(dfrtaV.. pay .Taxel... furnish Ab
iitracU tt Tle,imd.pp4re Cqnevaiice of all kind.1
OrnT1o.T(dHpln,i6llJeyee!,r''' " dsctldtf.y
' ' . llM I'll!' , ' .,.!
BILLHEADS ' ' I
; . il- u: n ""I ' ' , i
Printed at tho office of tho Cairo Bulletin.
I H I I .in - I
MaTiai purchMtd the entire atock and fliHvrea ot
Aag. Korarnever, are prepared to do all Irindi of '
in an
COMMISSION AN dI' FOR WARD IN
U. UKNDJtlOK&pO.,
Ml i
C4KEltAX AC4KNTH,
FORWARDING 'AND' COMMISSI
W II A It V B 0 A T P K 0 P It I K T 0 H
Cnlro, Illlnoln.
'roinnt attention gUen U 1'orwanl jiu or wdo
nalKiimcntn. I j . ' JaliU-'
eon
jjALLIDAY IJHOTIIEKS,
r , ( )
' ' I . '
.,:. Ml ',',!)
(ji:m:k ii. axioms,
FOKWAUHiNG AN II COMMISSION
.E.JO-O HANTS
;
... i !r-i .
.I t . :, fj-jJ-t ' ' '
: ... i,t..! '. !" "
70 . '6iho' "levee,
'I'i . . 1
70
Ciivo, Illixa.oi.
de-;tMdtf
PHYSICIANS.
D
its. SMITH & GOKDON,
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEONS,
Offlce. corner of Eighth ttrert and OF ' '
W. It. SMlTII-ItldeiKe No. 51 Tli(r't r f ft
l.'lni rn Waahinxton and Wjdnuu
1 t nmilMiVlii,.iili,i-.i i-nrm.r Ninth and Uk tJ
Ktrreta. 'Ii 2H"f
M
EDICAL.
C. V. DUNNING', M. D.
ltrIDKN'CrJ-Cr. tlth nml Walnut Mritt
OKr'ICB-Ciir. 01 Ii Mreet nml Ohio l.ee.
OKFIUK HOl'll- Kiom ! n.in. to 15 in , an j t".:n
3 to 0 p.m. 1 '
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC
A.
1IAI.LKY.S U HAUTE It OAK
STOVE STOltE
Coppor. Tin nml Sht'ft Iron
JTOBBING- SXXOX
No. ICO WASllINtnVNAVENUl
AboTO the Market Hoim-.)
Jlootlni:. t.uttermf. !putlnB nrnl Stfainlioa, Wi.
dunolnanmt and iiltantial ruann- r, u
tw- .... '"" -1 '
JJIA.M K I
Ti OI1TAIN lT(iO TO
IIEEKWAKT, OKTH & CO'S
Ah'l Mir le ll.i-I. will
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Stovo ot tliu Wowt
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QANDEE it MOltULS,
Notnrips Public ami ItiKtininco Agent. .
0.ix-o, Illinois.
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STOCK L'OMPANV INCORPORATED 16GG
CAN1I CAPITA i, 300,000!
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of Inland iTlgtlon and transportation.
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PRY DOCKS.
iQAIRO DRY DOCK COMPANY,
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SteavboatA and llarps Docket
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