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KATJ I DEFEATED.
KorurerVlTeara hEM.KK'S I.IVKK IMI.l.S linve
lircn iho tnudurd remedy fur Liver Cmniilalut,
('Hilivrni'. hick Headache, I'll In In Simulacra or
Hark, IiUilueim, Cimti'd Tonmie, revcr nml Aiiuc.,
aud til dlxum-a arUlnij from a deranged uliitu of I lie
Liver or Momach. Tlminaa Adam, of IIIk Handy.
Ky., av: ' Heller'l J'illa Imva caved huiiilri'iln of
dollnrVlti iloctur' bill lu 1I1U cinintrv." It. K.
Heller A Co.. Proprietory I'illaburg, I'a. Iluirlu.v
Brmi., Airfiiln, Cairo.
HE GREAT HLOOD TONIC
Korthf cure af all dlaeiwa arllntf froin Impure,
blood, and for Itivliforallnir ond lUreiijitlienlni.' l,ll,
vital orum. Art) you weak, nervcm, debilitated,
pale and cmaeliited t Ilnvc you luxl ynur appetite?
llafl you naimea, pain In tin1 liaek. " If mi, Dr.
Mndiu-y'a Hlood He-archer will clrlvo nut tin- dliu'itmi
a ad brinir hack the lllinim nl' ll:ltti. l'lnipl'H.
Bolla, Ervi"lieln, TtitT, Suit Klii'iim. Ac... lire lint
aurface Iiidlnitfiinii of Hlood llxeape: and llr. I.lnd-
wy'a Mood Hearcher. liy purifying the aynti-ut ww
mi tin? akin and hcautlflcii th' complexion. Hold
lif a I druiri'lMn. 1 ill per liottle. K. r.
Pa. lliirclny llruB.
I'., ittirj. ,iv
ELLEN'S COUGH SYRUP,
Over l.OJKVmo bottle mid. II Ik tlie ninHt plcaimiit
nnd popular remedy for Cimulii'. Cold, Croup.
llourxutnH nnd all throat and lutiK dlai-aac. Huh
hi'i-u In ui' for liulf a i . iiturv . Doctora recommend
and pri m rllii! It. J. K. Voiinian. Lontf 1. l.,lll..
vnv: -It aaved my two children from tlie. ijnivc.'
A ' I,. HimmpiiH, of ltiillimnrn, Md.,alo kiivh: "It
will run- the wornt coiiu'Ii Immediately." Ak your
iiruv'i;lK or Kcnernl i-toickccpcr for ll nnd take no
other, Price, -i'lC, .VI., nnd $1.00 per bolilc. Kfinl
fur circular. H. E. Sellers & Co., Proprietor.,
I'itbdiurj;. 1'a. Iliin lii.v Itroa., Amenta, Cairn.
r R. SMITH, M.D.
Ollii'd nml licsldcncc :
TiO. !!1 1'llInTKKNTll STKKKT, CAlltO, 11.1
R. K. W. W11ITLOCK,
Orrux Nn. lUf, Commercial Avenue, between
Kightli and Ninth Street
JJK. W. C. JOCELYX,
1) K XTIST.
OKFICiJ-Eliihth Strei-t, nearConinirrcUl Ar-tce.
O 1. AVIIEELEIt,
OFFICE Ohio LenM.bl T-vuiH vt-i i's-Jx v.
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lor Columbus. Hicknua ial Jw Xxdrid
JOSEPH AM BROS Marfer.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
Tl'KSD A Y,T 1 1 1'RS DA Y and SATURDAY
For frelt'lit or pi'a" apply on II!!idyi Plil
Up' Wharf liuut, or H
JAMES BIOUS, A?"at.
96 Ohio I ever.
THE DAILY BULLETO
OFFICIAL I'AI'KIIOK TIIK CITY AXI COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
SlllKAI OrFfK. I
Cahio, III., Nov 111, 1S7S. f
"fSvrTlIuiir'WInd." Vel.' Weather
40 1 S 1 Kol'l-v
'si Tl) S 4 Clear
6 65 SV 1 Char
(ill UU NW a Clear
.40 a . in f,i W
Uiiximum Thermometer. fiOS ; Mlulnium Ther
Biiiuielur, W ; KulnfiiU, 0.(11 Inch.
W. II. HAY.
Seru't Signal Corps, '.. H. A.
SiiiTii.K. to whom it mat toscKiiN. Tho Cairo
itallclin Co., will pay no hill contracted hy any of
Hn cinplo.veH, or any one connected with Tiik IIi.i.
lktin, iiiiU'kk the Hfimc In made on a wrlteu ordi r
linied I iv in.vm'lf, audi he order Diuxt be attai hed to
Ue hill when presented.
.Ioiin II. OuKm.r.
3IATTKIIS OF LOCAL IMPORT.
To the Musicale at Prof. Alvord's, to
morrow night, a general ami cordial iuvita
lioii is extended.
John Q. Hannan, Esq., has filed his
Ixuid as Appellate Clerk of the fourth Ap
pellate district, and will, on the first Mon
slay ol next month, enter upon a discharge
of his duties.
Read the ftdvertisement of Mrs. Harry
AValker's Kuropcun Hotel, in another col
umn. This house is complete in all its ap
pointments, and the bar and billi.ird-hiill
are among the finest in the city.
The great lmrsu race that has been in
oiiteiiiphitiou for Home time past, will come
off on Saturday, the iiOth instant, and nut
on Saturday 1 1 1 1 '.'ltd, as the correspondent
)f the .ImicKboroOuzcttc led us into saying.
The race is attracting considerable attention,
jik the purse is the largest ever contended,
for in this county.
Carle, the Washington avenue livery
man, uml Fitzgerald, of the Commercial
avenue " Horse Mam.iim," insist that biisi
iiess is as brisk with them as they hud tin v
id'casiiin to expect it would be, Their facil
ities for supplying drmunds lor horses and
buggies are not taxed to the utmoi-t ; but
Imtli of them uro doing what they term u
reasonably good business. This Deems to
lie the experience of our merchants and me.
4'haiiii'H. Everyliody ap)ears to be busv,
As all this activity brings its rewurd, wln ie
j the occusioii for the out-cry of "hmd
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDXESDAV MOUMNU, NOVKMHKlt SO. IS7S.
tinitw," uml tin) lugubrious conji'i turcB of
"wornt'-tt coiniitf:;" To uho a Klttny, h
cxjnrsHivi) pliniw: l,Wo ilon't eo it."
Another thcalilrnl i ntui tiiinini'ut uinlcr
tho nuHjticc of Hid M. K. of K. is on the
tnjiis. Am tho Mystic Kn-w nevt-r ilo any-
thin hy Imlvi'n, tlin public v.un rely confl-
(lciitly onHomcthiiig rich, racy ami enjoyn
Dan. llartiunn, who buys mul Hi lls
more toys than uny other man in Illinois, is
milking extensive preparations for the holi
days. A part of those preparations will bo
a removal to the spacious store room in the
'"Walt" is informed that if a'inerehant's
business drops down from jN.OUO to f r30,
the decrease is not more than 1000 per cent.,
but only 00 per cent. As the iratu German
serenader remarked, when doused wilhn
tub of slops: "This is ilumphoolishncss."
There wero forty or fifty mules and
horses in the Illinois Central slock yards
yesterday, awaitinit shipment. Stock hip
ping proline's to become nn important item
in the business of the Illinois Central and
Cairo and Vincennes railroads, this winter.
If you should hear that Harry Schuh
is the father of a lino boy, the matter of
forty hours old, don't contradict the report,
for it's true as gospel. The birth of this
youngster does not, as many suppose, ren
der Mr. Paul G. Schuh a grandfather. That
gentleman stands in tho relation of grand
There was a collision on the I. C. H.
U. at Du Quoin, early yesterday morning,
between the down passenger train, and the
freight train drawn by engine 1 OS. A ter
rillic crash of iron and timler followed, but
fortunately no body was hurt. The acci
dent was caused, we hear, by a mis-placed
switch. The engines were injured quite se-
The show whitlow of our merchants,
I grocers, druggists and milliners give cvi-
! dence, in tho urnipgemcnt of their con-
i tents, of their good taste, tine perception of
! contrasts and good judgment. More at-
tractive show windows than those to be
! w't-n on Commercial avenue between Sixth
aud Xinth streets, are rarely seen in the
1 larger cities.
! The Daily Cairo Argus made its bow to
; the public late Monday evening. Itisnear
: ly the size of Tiik Hci.i.ktix, and the get
J up of the outside told of tho exercise of
'.ttDsirhTable industry. The inside is a very
readable patent. We repeat what we have
U-fore said : We have none but good winhes
tor the new venture, and hope it will pros
;T from the start uml go on prospering.
' To provide improved nml Kuflieicnt
I drainage for its stock-yards, the Illinois
j Central Railroad Company is constructing a
M-"-'rfr( the corner of the yards along the
edge of Commercial avenue to the large
sewer that crosses the street just above
Fourteenth street, and reaches the river
about the middle of the river front of the
stone depot. ' Earthen drainage pipe, iibou'.
sixteen or eighteen inches in diameter, is
being used for the new sewer.
The ml interim river editor of TiikDi i.
i.ktix gives place to Mr. L. C. Schueki rs
to-day. To the A. I. we bid a tender fare
well, and "wipe ciiu weeping eyes." He
has shown himself a facile paragraphist; an
industrious snapper-up of river items, and,
parting with him, why shouldn't wo W. O.
W. E.? Of Mr. S.'s ubility to successfully
condui t the river column, the readers of
The IJi.i.i.kti.s have had ample evidence.
A married woman, who had felt keenly
the stings of want and more keeiily still
the stings of ubuse from her husband, was
granted u divorce, last Wednesday, by the
circuit court of Pulaski county. On Thurs
day or Friday following she wan united in
marriage to u resident of Pulaski county
a gentleman of abundant menus, who can
and will compensate her for her years of
want and deprivation. She was, for u num
ber of years, a resident of Cairo, and is
known to many of our citizens, more espe
cially to the residents of the upper portion
of t!ie city.
An opossum supper is among the latest
ventures of the Paducahians. One dozen of
the oleaginous monsters were served up,
their revolting prehensile tails and all.
The etceteras wero live bushels of sweet po
tatoes and four gallons of grease. The
toasts of the occasion, and tho boisterous
conduct of the crowd were of a character
that should admonish the rising generation
to beware of 'p,,ssu.' fat. The News
says of one of the speakers: "With his
mouth full of fat, his words were peculiar
ly rich, calling out responsive belches from
every stomach in the house."
-In our rounds yesterday, wo did not
see ii single trump. There may bo a num
ber in the city; but not a huge one. There
are two reasons for this. One of them is
that our people, acting upon the sugges
tion of Tub Hci.i.kti.x, have quit feeding
them. The other is, that us fast us Consta
ble llogan gathers u gang of fifteen or
twenty, he ships them across the river.
During the past two weeks he has sent out
of the city, in this way, over four hundred
tramps ami vagabonds. They continue to
pour in, however. As fast as one lot is
shipped another is in readiness, and this
will continue to be the case us long us we
continue to furnish them free ferriage. We
must stop that. There is no charity, phi
lanthropy or good Hi'iise in any such an ex
penditure. The vagabonds manage to
reach the city, Home of them come here from
points hundreds of miles Hwuy. They cross
, mountains and streams iu getting here; it
would inixise no greater hardship on them
to force them to get away, Let us turn
over a new leaf then. Refuse to feed them,
refuse free ferriage and inuke them go. In
this way we will soon relieve Cui.'o of tlie
curse of trumpism.
Sally Taylor fell under tho Influence tf
liquid damnation yesterday, nnd blundered
into the clutches af oflieer Hogan who con
trives to be around at the tune w hen and
places where the law breakers don't want to
sec him. The brief enjoyment she got out
of her rampage cost Sally five dollars.
Having the money nliout her skirts, she
paid it over like a little man.
We are glad to learn, ns we did yes
terday, that Mr. William llreewart is ga
ting better. His confinement to his sick
room has been a long, pauiful one, and for
a week or more it was feared the attaek
would have a fatal termination. He is now
able to sit up nt intervals, and may with
continued care and proper nursing, weather
the ordeal. Ui is much emaciated and his
recovery will necessarily be slow,
There is a perceptible incrcn-e in the
police business of the city; but it continu 'S
to make but a barren showiii''. Carrie
Johnson and Mary Jane Lilly were arrested
by Sheehan for fighting. The railroad
space, between Eighth and Tenth streets,
was the battle-ground, and it was with a
riifht hearty good will that these sable
maidens pummelled each other. The pen
alty imposed was five dollars and costs,
each. Having no nionev, both of them
were cunsi'rued to the calaboose.
One Sally Dell, a "lady of color," put
too much of the liquid brain-stcaler down
her throat yesterday, and straightway be
came rantankerous. hntering Mr. Ilart-
man's store, she purloined a lot ot spoons;
but ns their value was inconsiderable, she
was not prosecuted for the theft. She was
held to answer u charge of drunk and dis
orderly, however, and was fined live dollars
and the inevitable trimmings. The odd
creature actually paid the amount in cash,
uml did not, as almost everybody else does,
go to the calaboose. The arrest was made
by Ollicer Sheehan.
Tlie low er part of the city is sid to be
filling up with lewd colored women. An
ollicer who is old in the service, informed
us yesterday, that never before hai he seen
so many of this objectionable c'ass in Cairo.
He has his eye on them, however, und will
"pull" every mothers-daughter d" them
who oversteps the line of law and ijeeeney.
Certain localities on Fourth street liave be
come notorious for harboring colore demi
reps, and a large per cent, of the crime com
mitted in the city may be charged to the
account of the frequenters of the disrepu
table qiiartirs of that part of the city. A
section, say three hundred feet, of Fourth
street, might to be abolished.
The earthquake that visited Cairo
about midnight, night before last, certainly
earned for itself the designation of "great
shakes." It was n continuous tremor, last
ing three or four seconds. The accompany
ing rumbling sound seemed to us to travel
in a southeastern direction. Liviii'' as we
do in a tall In ick building, we were much
puzzled, for an instant, whether to vamose
the ranch or sit still. U-fore we cmne ton
decision the danger had passed by. There
was a vigorous rattling of windows, the
tumbling of loose bricks from chimneys
here and there; but no serious damage was
sustained uny where in the city. Where the
shake expended its greatest fury 'we have
not learned. It was felt very sensibly at
Memphis, its oscillations t licit being north
und south. It is not improbable that it
was felt with considerable severity at New
Madrid a locality that is generally regard
ed the centre of these appalling disturb
ances. Many laughable anecdotes have reach
ed us connected with Monday night's earth
quake, but, wc will attempt to relate only
two of them : A young gentleman of the
city wus engaged nt a game of billiards at
the time, having just partaken of a w hisky
toddy. He leaned over the table adjusted
his cue for a shot, when, much to his horror,
the billiard balls commenced, apparently of
their own volition, to chase one another
about the table. The young man rubbed
his eyes, placed his hands ii his temples,
and glancing about the room saw the lights
commence, as moved by u strange life, to
dance a Virginia reel. He couldn't
Bland it any longer; but blurted
out, in a tonn of voice that was
almost startling: "Good God, my
friend, what's the matter with that whisky
you gave met" The words hud scarcely
passed his lips when the explanation came,
und then followed "a setting of 'em up" for
everybody in the billiard-room. Two at
taches of Tiik Hci.i.ktin ollico wero hud
dled about the stove in the composing
room, when the shake came on, und for an
instant they were sorely puzzled. "It wus
a cow scratching herself against the side of
the house." "No," urged the other, "hoiuo
thing is going on up tituirs." Until it wus
ascertained that up-stairs was innocent of
any presence, the latter solution was satis
factory. Hut us nobody was there, the
question recurred, "what in fhu thunder
was it f "I have it," responded the other;
"Iho fastening's broke, and let the press
man's towel fall." With this solution the
gentlemen slept satisfied until morning.
- As we promised yesterday, wo have
made liirthcr Inquiries respecting the al
leged poisoning taise, concerning which wo
gave u few particulars. We met a number
of colored people who had heard of it, and
a few who gave full credence to tho details.
Hut we satisfied ourselves that there is but
PL'p, if any foundation for tho story. It
owes ils origin, we uro told, to 0110 of How
nuiu's le iitivci, who waited upon him
during h s sickness. This relative cluims,
so the story goes, thnt deceased told her
that he hud been poisoned, that strychnine
.iud been administered to liini in a drink,
and that it was going to kill him. Ho told
nobody c'se, declining to inform his mother,
ns Is ul'ejed, b -caiise she would "make n
fuss ulsiut it." This much of the story
afloat, the gossips of the neighborhood, no
doubt supplied tlie needful shocking em
bellishments, the departure of the suspect
ed woman fiom the ciiy, g'catly intensify
ing the suspicions. As the man was sick
several days it may be accepted us 11 cer
tainty fiat lie didn't owe his sickness ton
dose of strychnine; and ns the alleged
poisoner is ng.iin in the city, it is equally cer
tuin that her depaitiire had no conncctio.i
with the death of Dowinan, The whole
sensation may have no belter or more relia
ble starting point than the ambition of u
relative of the deceased to impart startling
stories to the neighbors. Knowing this
to be a peculiarity of the colored race, we
ndvised uur readers to accept the particu
lars we furnished with many giains of al
lowance. We repeat this admonition now;
and do not think, lissome others profess to,
that the facts warrant the resurrection of
the body for the purpos- of examining tli
contents of the stomach. Until the story
assumes n more reliable shape, liow man's
bones should not lie disturbed.
Evkiiv modier-in-law should recommend
Dr. Pull's Ruby Syrup for her grand chil
dren, and thus keep pence in the family.
AXOTJI F.R RESIGNATION.
The Intelligent Gentleman who has, with
such brilliuncy, such depth of thought, and
with such profound learning, contributed to
the columns of Tiik Di i.i.ktis the past sev
eral days, the bright and sparkling para
giaphs relating to the floating palace,
which abound upon the broad bosom of the
two mighty rivers, ("both daily"), within
whose jaws the beautiful city of Cairo nes
tles, like unto the jaws of n
monkey-wrench, has secured especial
permission to resig.i, an 1 give way
to a Thin. Small Gentleman., who has re
cently recovered fnun a very malignant type
of yellow fever, contracted during his late
sojourn in Wooster, Ohio. The I. G. con
siders his successor 11 very able young man,
and while his effusions m.iy not be permeat
ed with the same degree of genius und scin
tillations which characterizes that of his
predecessor, much valuable informal ion
may be obtained by u careful perusal of his
copy. As much as the I. G. dislikes to
leave this T. S.G. to the cold mercies of
the world, and Walt's new paper, he has no
alternative but to go, and closes with the
request that the T. S, G. be treated tender-'
ly, and that his budding aspirations for
fame be not nipped in the bud which the
same is respectfully submitted.
Mu. Jamks Cokiiii:, dentist, in Haiti
more, writes:"! have used Dr. Hulls Cough
Syrup personally, and in my family, for two
or three years, and I am prepared to say
that there is nothing to compare to it as a
remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc.1'
t Sweet Navy To-
A Ki I.I. line of ladies shoes at
at O. Havthom A: Co.'s.
Hi y your school books ol A. W. Pyatt &.
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices such us defy successful competition.
Laiioe line of Hlanket.s and (guilts for
sale by O. Haythorn A; Co., very cheap.
Men's Good Winter Hoots for sale by O.
Haythorn & Co., at $2.fH).
TllltKK Hl NDHKI) Cases Hoots lllld Shoes
just received, and for sale, wholesale and
retail, by O. Haythorn it Co., at prices as
low as they can be bought in any city in
Smokkhs, if you wish a fine "Key West"
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsineyer's
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost daily iu reeipt of fresh goods
Skk our custom made shoes for children,
1.23; for misses, 1.40. They are ".5 per
cent, cheaper than goods of the same qual
ity can be had elsewhere.
O. IIaytiioiix & Co.
Lost on Saturday evening, either on
Tenth, Washington or Eighth street, u Gold
Locket, Cameo faced, mid containing pho
tograph. The finder will please leave it at
Bi.'iXKTi.N ofiice, and receive reward.
A kkw more Hoy's Hats tor 150 cents,
slightly damaged, ut O. Haythorn it Co.'s.
Ik you would suvo money, buy your
school books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
att it Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
us low as the lowest.
Tiik crowds of people to be seen at the
counters of O. Haythorn & Co.'s popular
ilooi.Shoi and Dry Good house, prove that,
it is place to buy.
Tiik Finkht Stiim.s in tho world. The
Westminster liase Hiirner, and the Cham
pion Monitor cook stove, at A. Halley's.
Tiik parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt &Co. keep every description of school
books Used in the public schools in Cairo,
and iill'er them at prices that should have u
controlling influence with economical buyers.
CXI X DHUG STO IM
COU.COMMKliCrAl, AV.ANI) KIOHTKI ;NTH U
GEO. E. O'JIARA, Proprietor,
I supplied w ith a full m.h k of rre,li Dine,, Medicine,, and Chemical, of undoubted prily
uelTtTKMlvH,m'N 1Vrf"""'r-V' l,,U"Ut"' ltc- ml full LW all the popular I'uteut Fninlly .V
tt-lCsperinl Cine ami Aitentlon (riven to the
Foil 11 good shave for ten cents, n good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 14'.' Commercial
Fiicm). on Eighth street, last week, a
cress and chain. The owner can have the
same by calling ut Ed Theilieke's grocery
store and paying the expense of this notice.
Tiik W. C. T. U. will give an oyster sup
per in the Reading Room, yn Friday night,
the 2id of November. The friends of the
temperance cause are cordially invited.
Ladies who desire to .assist in the good
work, can send in donations of pickles,
celery, bread, butter, sugar, coffee or
milk, to the Reading Room at anytime
on Friday, or if they prefer donating money,
they can hand it to Mrs. S. D. Ayers, Treas
urer. Hy order of the Prc-idciif.
Moi.l.iK E. Wkiiii, Secretary.
Hy Mrs. Harry Walker, Coiiuiirciul ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY HOARD fi.oil PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a tirst
lass bar and billiard room 011 opposite side
f the street: also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh wvti-ix ri:eied dailv
an.l soll nt the lowest market rates. Ur
iels from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and ve stock uml
prices before purchasing i lsewhei i.
LOTS FOR SALE.
The following lots have been placed in
my hands for sale, and will bj di-po,ed of
at low figures for cash, viz :
Lots (I mid 10 in Hlock .-.
.. 04 .. .. os
" 'J'S, 27, 'Jh, 2,
' 1M0.11.12." 4T.
" 17. I, iy,2u,o.j 4s,
" U 11, " " 71.
7, , U, 10. II," - 72.
All iu the city of Cairo.
Wm. M. Hu.k.
Nn k wm.i.hms' Mkat
Sroiir.. No !
butcher in the city is more successful in
satisfying his customers than Nick
liauis, w hose meat stand is on the corner of
Washington avenue and Twentieth street.
He takes special cure to provide himself
with choice meats, and to constantly have
ry kind that can be lught
e:sewiiere. licet, pork. veal, mutton, sail
sage, fresh and pickled tongues, etc. Put
the test, and sec if we over-state
I.ETTIE ( OI.EMA.VS LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened le r
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of infiirming ber old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
As TIIK IJCAKANTINK HAS ol'KSKI), Mrs.
Williamson opens her store again, und
wishes to say to the public that she has a
full line of millinery und notions, uml she
solicits every one tocalluud examine her
stis k before purchasing elsew here. She will
display during the week one of the hand
somest line of ladies' trimmed pattern hats
ever brought to this city; also a handsome
line of hats, feathers, nnd (lowers, and
many other things new in the notion line,
which she can and will sell us cheap us any
dry goods house in the city. She is pre
pared to remodel old hats into any of the
latest styles for the small sum of '2" to il.)
cents each. Hats dyed black or brown
Mrs. W. has just added to her stock a full
supply of different styles and patterns of
jewelry. Go and examine them.
Takk Notii k. On the 1st ot November
I will open at the old stand of Phil Howard,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue, a wholesale and retail
depot for the sale of fish, oysters and game
exclusively. Making the ubove articles a
specialty, I will be enabled to suit the most
fastidious, at prices that will compare fa
vorably with Chicago or St. Louis. At all
times (fan be found a line of fish und oys
ters never before offered in Cuiro, such us
New York count oysters in bulk, Mobile oys
stersin bulk, Baltimore oysters in cans. In
their season can be found fresh
mackerel, fresh codfish, little neck
clams, sea fish from Mobile, shrimp and all
oti.er delicacies from the sea, to tickle the
palate iiiid refresh the inner man. Celery
and wild game of all kinds. It is my in
tention to keep such articles on hand at nil
times, so the public can depend upon being
supplied. Orders from abroad will receive
particular attention, und goods will be
packed with care, and satisfaction guuriin
teed. City dealers will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon 1110 before ordering
from Chicago or St. Louis. Hoping my en
deavors to please, will be met by tin appre
ciating public. I remain yours,
QiT.iiY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Hro's
"Seal of North Carolina" ut the saino price f
eonipemnllnc of ili,velHn' iirscrlpilon.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Variety SU
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Tlie largest wholesale and retail
Goods ami Clothing House, in this 1
are leeching new Goods daily and
oflering gn at bui gaiiisiiitlieiiiostha
j some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLo'l
and MATTINGS; Silks, Calinirrcs, l
icttes, uml a great many other i ,i
stles of Dress Goods, Fans, Kt.. :l
fact in every di part incut of their b
ness, tlu-y cordially invite the
to call ami sec their stin k.
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Flooring, Siding. IUli
At the very tun eft ruti h.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs 011 Ha
We are prepared tu
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
On the lOiorteun oiler.
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