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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, August 04, 1877, Image 2

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Elmira Daily Bazoo PUBLISHED EVERY NOON BY E. C. GEORGE & CO., 136 EAST WATER ST. CIRCULATION TEN THOUSAND,Weekly. Saturday, Augrustd, 1877. DRY UP. We mean it. This expression to he shure is not classic enough t o please our Academ y Pro- fessor, nor' sufficiently refined anol artistic t o merit the approbatiqn o f any o f hhinira's favor- ite artists but i t i s the only thing that w e can say and in it express wha t w e wish t o convey and at the same time relieve ou r minds. The trouble is this : — Hardly a day passes but w e are in leceipt o f unasked advice in regard t o the management o f the BAZOO . \Take this course, \ one says, •Avoid this,\ another puts in, \Your boys leave too many copies in each store and office,\ one imforms us, while another complains that \your boys are too careful with your paper and do no t scatter the m iiroadcast like forest leaves. \ Then comes a class of—what shall w e call them—fools ? who use ink, paper, envelope and stamp t o empty out o n our plate their hear- ing. It is valuable to the extent o f its weight, as all such communications are consigned, with barely a passing notice, t o th e waste basket. A communicatio n with a name signed t o it will always receive attention . Grumblers an d ad - vice givers who forget t o sign their name only indicate their ill breeding and lack o f knowledg e of the laws o f society. We are publishing th e BAZOO for two purposes: First, t o advertise those whose whose cards appear in its columns, Second, an d no t least t o advertise ourselves. We propose t o run the BAZOO in such manner as in our opinion will be for the greatest inter- est of bot h our friends and ourselves. It is our opinion and ours only that is t o be consulted. We are in the Job Printing business and propose to stick to it; we want n o office no r have w e any friends or even party that we are determined, at all hazards, t o see in power . We ar e in every sense o f the word independent. We will publish what w e like and leave ou t what we consider t o be t o our advantage t o suppress. We do the best Job Printing that is executed in El- FKTJIT JAES! MASONS IMPROVED LOWlSf 04S1 1 Pint. 1 1-2 Pints. 1 Quart. 2 Quarts. COR. LAKE & WATER ST- FENNEB & COKE do not use Goff, Fleisliiiinn & Go's compressed yeast in tlieir • VIENNA BREA1> and ROEES, notwithstanding the agents have made them a written offer to furnish it FREE foi^several weeks to them. They tried it and found it wanting. Their VIENNA BREAD AND ROLLS are an improvement on those made at tlie Centennial, from the simple reason tliat tliey arc Lighter, Sweeter and More Wholesome, Read the following: The Brookly n Eagl e says tliat indictments five in num- ber were fond against Fleischman for feeding swill to three hundred cows at the COMPRESSED YEAST FACTORY and distillery. Th e stables were shockingly filthy and tlie cows diseased and rotten, and according to Dr . Jones their milk unfit for human beings.\ FENNER & COKE, VIENNA BREADMANUFACTURERS, 113 Lake St.-Elmira. N. Y. N. B. W e are unable to supply tlio demand on us for our Bread and Rolls. Our orders come by mail and tele- graph. LEW. SHOEMAKER'S 140 EAST WATET ST. K^Oysters and clams received fresh every day, an d served in all styles, Ice Crea m can be had in an y *uan - tity and as cheap as the cheapest.

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