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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1S79. .
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I. urgent Circulation ot tiny .Daily in
OFFICIAL PATER OF ALEXANDER CWCNTY.
Tiik Yielcsburg Herald stvys of .Mississip
pi that she appears to be cmiing from
tho gloom ot a long depression into tin."
lirigh'ness of a permanent prospurity. All
the. production nre bountiful, prices lire
good, ol 1 scores arc being wiped out. find
nil tli? people; feel t!i:it there is "lite in the
Eki:oii:iii has lately nude an attack upon
tin: Bible society, ami the existing version
uf the Bible. It has provoked r-plies
front nome of the leading of tbe leading
ministers of the eountry. B ."elier iy bis
words and acts has placed himself without
the pale of true Christianity. What he
now says and docs should not receive any
.-.her notice than if coining from lngersoll.
Tit i lawlt'j:sne- and violence in Maine
nnt lie stopped. The South won't tolerate
this eternal New England wrangling and
ostracism. Here aiv-tlie.se beautiful s.iiuts
expelling each "ther from cburclio, mfm
ir.gto print advertisements, and ordering
political opponents out of their 'tores, and
putting them under the ban generally. The
Puritan spintscrops out everywhere.
The New York people are trying to get
from Congress an appropriation of $0,400,-
100 to construct a new channel at Sandy
lloolc bar. When people in the Ohio and
Mississippi Valleys ask for one-tenth of this
sum to help make the great water-ways of
the continent navigable, these New York
jieoplc object, and their Congressmen vote
against such appropriations. New York is
a great support undoubtedly, but the would
not amount to anything if there were not
greater communities west of her, who are
doing more for the country than she is.
The partiality to "New York in the mutter
f appropriations must be stopped.
How complete and how shameless is the
demoralization of the uverojjc tax-payer in
New York city let this certify, from the
New York Tribune, which says that "out of
350,550 persons residing in this city, and
engaged in some gainful occupation, only
12,809 are assessed at all for taxation on
personal property; 62S5 of these made no
excuse or return, 6103 swore thai they had
no personal property, subject to taxation,
and only 1039 person? admitted that they
had any such property. It may be Blip
posed, perhaps, that the women, the youths
and the aged men who are engaged in
gainful occupations, havo as a rule accum
ulated scarcely any property. Hut there
remain 854,770 males, from 16 to th 50
years of asje, who arc earning a lirclihood
in Boino profitable employment, and yet
there are only 1359 persons of both sexes
who admit that they have any personal
property subject to taxation."
WHAT MEMPHI8 NEEDS.
The committee appointed to niako a sani
tary surrey of Memphis, Tenn., including
kouse-to-houae inspection, recommend :
First That a movement be at once taken
to secure proper superintendence and sub
sequent care of sanitary work to be under
taken by the city. This will involve,
among other things, the employment of a
trained and thoroughly competent sunitury
officer, and it is absolutory neceesary that
uch intelligent superintendence- uud care
ball be provided and continued if )W
rwuits are to be obtained from any coin
pndjennife system of municipal saniutioii.
fiecood That as soon as p ftsiblo there
hail be carried out ft methodical aad
ftiioroogu system of opening, 'ventilating
aad chilling of all houses iu the city,
svfceUtw occupied or oaoocupied.
Third That it is important that tho city
bhalllmve control of, tho water-wot ks, at
least to such extent iih to insure a change in
the present source of supply mid also to in
sure that nsullicieut amount of water for
sanitary purposes shall at all times be at the
disposal of the city. The use of alj pol
luted cisterns and wells should bo at once
Fourth That a large number of houses
in the city should be condemned, torn down
and the material destroyed by tire..
Fifth That a system of sewerage should
be introduced that would discharge sub
soil drainage, etc., into the Mississippi
liver. This, it is observed, will require tin
expenditure of '2.",(0O. Connection of
houses with this system of sewerage should
be under municipal control and in aecoid
auce with specifications to be prepared by
thi! sanitary authorities.
Sixth that the bayous with a sullicicnt
strip ot ground on each side to insure their
control and freedom from pollution should
be made the nropcrtv ol the city tor secur
ing drainage, and as a public park banks
being properly grassed and a constant
stream of clear water being seemed. Tli"
backing up of high water frm the river
into the bayou should be prevented by
means of a dam. in connection with which
must be provided pumping machinery to
disposo of the ordinary How during ueh
period of high water.
Seventh -That a system of building
regulali. ns be enacted and enforced, pro
vicfiiiif tli.lt no lm'Milp fmll lifionl'tfr
erected in the citv mileo the plans have
been approved by the sanitary authority,
and that construction shall also be subject
to its inspection and approval. All iin
condenined buildings whose lower doors
arn less tli.-.n two l'e t from the ground
should be raised to that height as early as
is passible, and in future all dwellings
should be built with their lower lloors at
least two feet from the ground: also, all
cellars and basements should be freely ven
tilated. All this should be enforced by
The stable of Mr. Robert Homier, pro
prietor of the New York Ledger, is built
and kept on the most improved and modern
plan, both as regards ventilation, light,
wirnilh, etc. Mr. Hon tier's taste lor horf
is well know;i. The gentleman in charge
of this valuable stable was Mr. Ko.-s. Hy
the, use of (iiles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia.' he removed ringbones and bunches tint
had resisted all other treatment. Send for
circular, giving full instructions, to Vr.
(Iiles, 120 West Hroadway, N. Y.
(.iiles Tills cures neuralgia. Sold by
D.uvhy Hros. ..
THE CHEWS' MUKDElIKli.
The history of this case has been given
in this paper several months ago. and for
present purposes we will only cay that on
the 21st of April, lis!), John Armstrong, a
man young in years a good citizen, was
most tbuly assassinated in the woods while
hunting, that his companions in the hunt
were .Jonathan and Henry Crew-, the de
fendants, there is hardly a shadow ot u
doubt. To add to the horrible crime com
mitted, the assassins, and murderers, ac
tually heaped upon the corpse Kuves and
brush from the forest and tried to cover
their damnable deed by burning it. The
jury at the August term found them guilty
ma lixed their puiiisinneiit in uniiy-nvc
years in the penitentiary. With this ver
dict we believe t!ie neiguoors w ere sai'sueo,
but through the earnest, solicitation of their
counsel, Hon. M. C. White and T. C. Lo
Kan. V.wi, .Ju.le.ro IUrkcr overruled the ver
dict and granted a new trial.
The new trial came up last week and oc
cupied five days, the jury bringing in a ver
dict, for fourteen years, Thursday morning.
This was the lightest verdict allowed by
the statute for murder. Now.ci'.her the de-
f..iwlantc w.rn crnillv or innocent. It 'Hllltv
hanging shouht have been their penalty. It
innocent they should nave ixcn tuin-o
loose. If there has been a wrong done it is
not in the instructions of the court, neither
was it in the people's attorney, for no man
could havo reviewed the evidence more
closely or placed a case before a jury with
stronger convictions of right. No. the
lault is with the jury. There is arbe-sof
men in Jackson county that unless it is
their horse that is stolen ur a member of
their family murdered, their hearts inch
in sympathy and, the verdict that public
safely demands goes out in doubts, as to
the guilt or innocence, in many eases, ns we
believe in this case, to the worst eriminais
that ever disgraced Jackson county.
EllOWS'S Ilot'sKUOI.1) Pax.ut.a is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve' pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowi N,
sure throat, rheumatism, toothache, unci all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Hrown's Household l'anacea'' should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea ma tumbler of hot water tsweeteii"d
if preferred i, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. '," cts. a bottle.
Mm! Sick.nks, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attribntod to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Hrown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although tll'ectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-fivo cents a box.
Would an irredeemable currency be an
good as gold! While there Is a very large
class of intelligent citizens who believe it
would, wo regard it our duty to all alike to
ny that as a euro for old sores, cuts, bruises,
jams ami u tubes, there is nothing like Car
d it am) Union Hotki,,
Sahatooa Sit.inob Aug. 1, HVJ.
Messrs. Morgan is Allen, 5tf John St., New
Gentlemen---Ono bottle of your medi
cine has cured mo of inflammation of the
kidneys. Enclosed find one dollar, for
which plenso send me one bolilo of "Con
stitution Water" for a friend. Yours truly,
John McCormiek, Union SijUaru Hotel,
New York City. Ask your druggest for it.
Nkw YoiiR. September , 1370.
Messrs. Morgan it Allen, 39 John St., New
York City :
Gentlemen I am happy to inform you
that I am now entirely well, having used
only ono boltlo of "Constitution Wutor."
Yours truly, lluuu DoUUi.
Ask your druggist lor it.
Titty worn idoKTKJ R. Wlien your sys
tem gets out ol tune and you feci complete
ly played out, it is pretty certain that you
ned a mediline to act on both tho Kidneys
and liver for these important orgens work
together in freeing the nstpm of its waste
and keeping up the tone. Then take Kid
ney-Wort, for this is just what it doo, f !r
it is both diuretic and cathartic.
Don't Hk Dk kivkd. h.uy i".'M.s m.y
"I haven't got the 'ojiimpr.ui whin
asked to cure their Cough with Siiilol.'e
Consumption Cure. Do they j.i.t kn v
that Coughs lead to Consumption i.nd
n remedy that will cure cVt.s'.nnp
tion will' certainly and siiieiy cv.re a
cough orr.ny lung or throat tror.t.'le. We
know it will cure when :" otlur'fnil ;.i;d
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
.fund tbe price paid if you receive r.c 1 en
eft. Is not this a fair pw;vi?':or. Pike
li'icts, .",0 i ts. imd $1.00 y.-r I '-::!:. For
hun'e Cliesr, Hack or ;d. w- Sl.il. h'
Porous Master, l'liee 'i't For ti-'.c by
Wnv will you s utter with tl.e )ys),tpsll
and liver complaint. Cor.stiput'on, and gen
end debiiity when you can get i :tr st re.J
Shiloh's Sytt in Yitalierwhh ii we cil on
n positive" guarantee to cure yew. Price
10 cts. end To i ts. For ss.le by Bar: lav
11 u kmktai k" a popular :md fra. rm!
peif.uue. Sold by Barclay Hr:i ' r- .
Uiikim tic DisEAsr,. Tl.'-se a.hr.-MS
follow from a torpid liver and costive
bowels: the skin, bowels and kidneys fail
ing in their proper work, an ani J poison is
formed in the blood, which is the occasion
of thee acute diseases. Kidney-Wo:: pro
duces healthy action of all secretive or
gan8, and throws or)' the rheumatic p ;iv.n.
A Lady's Wisii : "ih. how I
o .tin a
mv skin was as clear and soft :.s y
said a lady to her friend. "You c:ti. easily
make it so," answered the friend. How.''
inquired the f.rst lady. "By iv'r.g Hop
Bitters, tiiat makes pur ri.:i. bloo.i and
blooming health. It did it fjr y-m
15 17 1) E I .
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,P fi t F F.SI ON A L r H D - PHY l H .', N .
H. MA BEAN, M. lb.
JloAicopiiiliic rhyici,in and suieeor
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TI- '!:'.!) -t. I.Cd W-t!,f' I- t.-!t
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price No. V: ivam-r'.ia'. ,Ki.
Ki.'ic li i.w. Ninth ST'." !
t.K. W. C. JOChLYN,
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NOTAhY I't 111
Notary I'ublie mid 1 onvt
UF!'!-C: -With :!. v:d.i.f' ai '. c . yi
j INECAB s': LANS BEN.
At toi-nov-at- Lav.
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(j' D. WILLIA31SOX,
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Bout Stoics iind (Ji'iyt-wes.
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klld 'II' tl-'ilt li-n ill i" -usoli. or; I G'i -O li v-
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Oli i e.
AND oTHEBS SEEKIN'J
I i K A. L T H,
SHvii!;ili iind Energy.
Wl i'lifil T T1IK t'SK K WRt'tjS. Alil-1 Tl.
IH LhTKOIOSrNI) KOlt "TIIK KLl i'THIC
l.'KVIl'.W," AN II.UTrATKl .iOtJt
NAL WHICH IH I'l'lll.TSIIF.I)
foil KliKK DISTHinU'l IoN.
f T THKATH npon HEALTH. 1IY(.IKNK. ami
1 1'kyfii al Culture, and I. ii exiiriplete ency. )o;e
dla il ''information for invalldtt utid tlioxe who nna. r
from Nervotiii, KuliauHtlni; and 1'iiiiifal UiseaaeH.
Kvery fiitij.'ct lliat beam tiuoii ln ultli and lininiin
Ln)iiu'.'e, receives ntteiilloii IP On rmg.'fl; uud tlie
many qui-sltona asked hy iiiiu"eiiiii invalida, wlio
leive dlpari'd of a cure, are answered, and valuable
Information Is volunteered to all wlio uro lu need of
The subject of Eleitrlc Ueltat. .us Medicine, and
tlic hundred and one qucHtiuiil ef villi I Irnpoitanca
losiiUerli:: humanity, an: duly considered ami ex
plaiicd. ' YOUNG MEN
And other who Kiifler from ?"rvonii and nhycical
Oeblllty, I.ohh of Manly Vlitor- I'n maturo KxhatiH
linn and tlio ninny (jlooiny conne(tienceH of early
Indiscretion, etc., are especially' beneflti'd by cou
sulllni; Its contents.
Tin. "KI.IICTHIO KKV1KW exposes Ihcnnmltl
Kt i d frauds practiced by quacks and medical lm
poior who prol'esti to "iiractlco inedicinu," mid
points out the only siilo. shnnl.:, aitt effectlvu roud
to lleallh, Vlijor and Itodlly Knery.
tieud our addrss on postal emd for a ropy, ucd
iiitomuitiDti worth thousHuda v. ill Imi sent yon.
Address, tho publishers,
I'ULVKKMACHEH GALVANIC CO,,
Cor. Klalitli & Vlnn Wrei.ts,Ciiirliiuatl,0
Coiinhs. Colds, Consuiiiptlon, Aa
Ih inn, llroui'l.ltls, and all other
Thront mid Limit AfTecllou Ku
dorsi d v the Press and I'hysl
duns. Taken by thousand and
II has no Kipial
'Pnll-CJiltA Nf 9 "ntlf'tt Colored l'lc
IU11 UUIC illy. & mre vvry luK.mloua.
It wbJwA. to Dud Heud flump for packavv.
iiu. h. V. AUliU Y, Uuflalu, N. T.
MRS. M. A. SWANDER,
tV'in'n's I'.hn k.Coriiev Seventh Street nod Com'
r- to 'iifo: in tl:
2cb. of (.'airo dnd vicinity.
Xtw iiiui La-rs;e Stock of Coeds
V. i ' .L -l" will sell at. .cTt'A?. cost, f.cnult ting of
Hats and Bonnets,
': .i.c lu-povtcd Uiise ijr Lkdicg r.ql (Ihtldrefl.
Litdies' Furnishing Goods!
a:1 k 'i ry tste.t il''f!en. Prict-s a lowsavoa
h.tuv iiEd (.-ooH.H nuikw-n iu p'.ara rljfBri.-. AVIII U'U
In- jcd- rsiild. Cull and exuniice. No trouble to
-how p'uuls i.acii-s who do not eo wtnit they
win.: -vi. i p.t-j ukk luri'.
OHIO LEV EE.
No .:: r.i n -. ,j iiitar le;uc ei:oc(l to air.
, '.!; delivti"'. tw ! a day,
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES.
j -j '.: ss- j.t yos. .' as.
-'JO TINT TI'. KETS ONE DOLLAR'
ii-ln ..icy e t:,k 'S.
( V. WJIEELER,
i."-1. 1..:- i-i
Coi'ii Wocx.l, frtovc Wood.
J5IG MUDDY COAL
W AMi COAL YAld):
T :.t;i tieet. IVtwt-en "iVu.-hiticlcn atid
'i.'AN' KKY NO I iCL.
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v.; : - 1 ini' t-ii ;:.a' '.a tr.e 2y.h diy of
; . "jolic:. A I1. 1- '. :.,:hai : 1 I'lieinn whoi-...'i"
I.- !.:.-p.-c .i. inniviup'' t of 'e tatc of the . a
.i.; s.v:ti' fciik. l"! hi" l.ili of torecloa n: &
:: ui'-r.-y til !.- Ai.-.uii'l t c-nriiy c.ri it
! -rt. ii. :h'.- ; m1 J'lino.r. heroin yo.i are de-.hi.:-,
a:. 't:i.' -n i J ..u-v . low pendin:.' .n
i.!d ' o'.r. '. iiu' th--"' .;.(id sujuchil. a' ih isn..;.l
i. : tt:" e;.-r; ,t'.co of aid cn.-r'. a.'.i'r-i yoj,
i'.- iir;:.'.'ri- tii ta- eeoi:d V.-in ;ny in enrt.ury. A.
J i-.-i!.'''. ' r; ...i m:.l Ciii.r :!; o to 1 balden iu
t '.v. -) 1... .' in .'a!r). in -aid .oiin'.v.
Vr.i. ! t'i: If.'! .Ions A l.rr.'.r.
s'..' I . i.i:-.i.i., s,,.'- (': !: ;); :. :) ii.
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';-.-1. :,!)' u -h.".:', tlidtiy '.!' !'. ..a.i,M. I. 1-'".
' lu.rlo .'. Hoiien. 'lio U'U:' a receiver o! tto
av .if sivy ))-is: i.fe i::nruu'.-- company.
'.:' i b: i '":! e; for..'-':. i-'.. re :a lie-' e'.r.-ti-. :o:tr", o:'
An sander .-onaty. initio. , oa '.tie rhac-ry niu-!
'i;-'ivjf. l.ereiu vo'.i, t'ci'"ri"r vitt . '. Krowu,
I .iHrn-c V . Kddy. Llaeoiu I):oi, and K:.::ci A.
ti.C'. r, i.i- ' (i'-.-jjicnn, nr.Q uir. -aiu t'n. n'.w
)! U'! iiL'in -:''. en!". Ti.at there'iji.in a -:n.rr .nr
(.us i-c:"d out of tii- clerk's orJce of f '. id cot rt.
in ;!!(! ca.i-e. le'.iirmible on tie 'Hcor.'! .MoDay of
I'.-U.-aary. A. O. Iti. ' a terra of ai! 'out t'beo
.oli- Lnlceii t oast'.'ife.ir in :airo. in ft. id
ountv '. Ai jr.and.-v and atate of Illlaoi..
aivo. Ii-.:ur:'l.cr. tf, .'OJ'N A KKEVK.
s... p. l Li. Vi!K!.:.k. Sui'r :'or '.'oriid't. Clerk.
us. (. 'U'J. foti'.'th day Nov. r Ik.;. A. .')
. Eni' iiKil y. liv;s exec .t.'d and deli. t-r- ii to
H.-nry V..-il. 'tie uiiii' rsiL'nert. for Jic a.e of tho
A.e::i.;u!"r Covnty Hunk, his certain rriJtr.lssoiy
note of that (lu'e. ffir three ihor.aand dollars payu
bl to the order of of said Henry Well lor the '.e
al'on said, oi.o ye.ir after the dale thereof, with in-t-r.
t a: '.he rare of ten per cent per antcni Iron)
1;.- di.tu of s:iid note, and ut '.le.- same, time m.ii
dato credited, a ..knowl-.'di.'-'d and delivered to uud
Hen: VVulls. !or t:.e ii"e uforeshid, a certain sule
moitii'iii;.: on lots riiiuibered tuirtv ons I'll) ni.ri
'.hi: ' v-'wo I';-i in Mock b'itiibend tneuly futir J4)
andfo'sL' nOe-red seven .) and eiaht (hi in blo'-k
r.':ti.)ie:cil r'I'tv -one ,.M i la tie- ci'y of Cairo, coi:i;iy
of Alciiii. e-r ai '! Sat of niinoi-, to m-r-iri; t'i
ff.yinent ' sold promlssorv not; wiildi s.nd nno
inor'i.'HL'. ciElui 4 it power of sale u :'h')'i.'ttii: si:i
Henry Vv;i, in ' use of d'-fu'jl !n the p-iyment of
aid note or any part thereof, to sell sunt premises,
or any pi.rt thereof, and nil equity ol redemption
then . uu' ;) ihlio V'-ndue to the highest bidder for
cut h, at 'he i o;:rt-house in Cairo iilucsuid, u!:er
f.r t i-Mvin twi-tity dnvs colice of the t ine, place
and ti-rnis o; .iid ca.H. as will more fully appear
bv ref. rniee to the record of suld nirt!-iO vtulcn
iis r-corded In the recorder's oflce in Catroafore
snid. on tlie .ili day S November, A. 1. lb", iu
book "" on pu'e VNJ.
And, whereas, dei'iijlt liiiB b--en miuh- in the pny
ment of said note mid . very port : hereof, nurt !t.c
whole ol -.iid not.' bviliSDOW di:ea:iil ill. paid: now,
thei.i 'oi',. . the uiiil.-rsii-iied will, on Tt.ef day. t ns
lilth day e( .lanuarv. A . I). JSJsO, at the hour of two
(a. o'clock p. m ol'-uid day. ai the westerly door
of the coin: house, in Cairo aforesaid, sell the suid
premises ;i!id nil equity of redemption therein, or
so much thereof as uiny be necessiiry lo pay off ami
diihur the said note and the oxpoi.ses of Haiti
sule, t the highest bidder for cj.sh In iiaud, and
will in .lie and exec utii to tho parcuaf er or purcbiis
(is. ood and sufficient deed, or deeds, for il;u
pr-iiui-e.s so sold, HHNItY WKI.t.S, Mort-.'i.ui .-.
Calui, 111., lice lit, IHVU.
Mate of Illinois I lu the Alexander Circuit
Alexander Couuly t'h Court to the. F oh'y U rm 1KS0
Mary Johnson 1
vs. V In Cbiiiccry.
Lewi. l Johnson )
Aflldavlt oT to the nnn residence of lwia John
son, tho abovo named defendant harinif been tiled
In tho ofilreof the Clerk ol said Circuit C'onrt of
Alexander County, nollro la hereby ulvtn to tho
said Lewis Johnson, defendant, that tho complain
ant filed her bill for ft divorce in said Court, on tbo
Chancery ldu thereof, on tha 7lh day of Aucust
1S7II, anif thai a nummona thereupon issuwl out of
suid Court against said defendant returnublo on the
and Monday of February, A. I). oa is by law
Nowuiilcjis yin. tbo said I.ewla Y. Johnson .hall
personally bo and appear beloro the said Circuit
Cutirtof AUixatiderCotinty, ou the first day of tho
next term thereof, t bo holdon la Cairo, at tho
court house, In said county, on the. second Mon
day of Kebruarv. A. Ii. tl). and plead, nnawer or
demur to tho complalli'int'a bill of complaint, tbo
sum. mid the mailers and tuinr therein chiiri-ed
mid stated, will b taken as confessed and a dcci'eu
emerud ou'tiiiht vou, ncrordlntr to the prayer of said
bill. M'HI.KBY & I.KAK.Coinph bol'rs.
JOHN A.ltKKVK.CI. rk.
Dated thin Hub duvof Dee.. 1870.
A WKEK in yoor own lown, and no
rapltiil risked. You can k.vm Hie
business a trial without expense,
The bust opportunity ever offered for
tlnisii aillliH- to work. You should
a ' try nolhiup elsu till yon Hoe for your
self what von can riu at t h" bnslncss wu olfer. No
room to explain hem, You ran devote all your
llmo or only your spnro time to the business, and
make irreut pay fur every hour that ou work
VVoineo make as much aa nu n. Hend for special
private, tenna and particulars, wh'rh w iiintl troe,
A outfit fro. DonHconiplain uf hard 11 in on whlln
you have sock a chant, id&uA II. HALL WIT A
W., rtniMHl, Kates.
For Clii'istinas Presents,
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Price.
MANFRED KELMOiYT & CO.,
G JCNK VA , 8v i t.oria nd.
MOISTTIiFA L,' I t St. Lawrence St.
Froio this day tin to Christmas, we will forward our niauni:ii;eiit ami world ieii.m o.-,i u.,,i , i
he price at which die Mine are .old by watchmakers, for tne. latter do I w . i Sf .?tuw ?h. .n' hnf
t. buy them from tho manufacturers too. We are iiiaiiufaetiirinu a I SI' l1 LT v le I h
The keylesa mechanism to a wtiteh Is iue of Hie meat modern liuoioien.enu i u.ih .. i .. .
away with the old lusbloned.key. with wa.di so niniiy pe,H s hu e ' ui" ihWr wau h l'' ". ' " H
wound by turpi.." a nurled knob. pj-U on the hmiV,- or how "nil -ad o , !i ,',"'r
bauds are set m the same way. v.llh the addillou of piv.,iu sin I i , ,1 rl ',, t ,. I a ? ',' ."""' "iJ
The advanmsea of Hu-hc improvements are obvious. . e:.-,- i ,i - , ,1 n Tl Th . . ' n "' "T a" '
made air tluht aud dust tl-hi. Ihua preserving ninclj lo n (e r ( Ii e II ii 1 1 it y u i , , . i',U w'":1"'"-1-tl:
IcU'iViiS between the necessary cleauinuol ihewa uh nnM"y ""'oil. and Jfr."..lly piolon-:u-
Wc foi'wanl jiosl free and duty pui.!, ut the follow ino- ji.j(.t.s;
hl'KON'tJ NICKKL case, .iher pllliid. ojh ll l',u e. jee, d ill I holes, ei-j -nil.
tblc fur work.-iU'ii, school bo;. etc M Jj ,'"'
UOLD KLKCTliO.lTATl.il case, oiil! not lo-e,olo1,..ry-.:,U!I,.,,,,ii,k s.-.-oud,,
STOLT MIA lilt cose. eii3U:e-turnetl. lever move mem. n c-ml Uss, sunk -ecuud-,
je -v lied iu ti hole (; ")
KLEHAXT MLYKK lU'NTIN.. , a-e. -ntrrawd. h!;l,ly ,;,,i,,,d ,ove,net. ,,,k
-w.or.ds, chronometei balance. J. wcled in 10 holes, one ol the I . t -i;u-r walche- made l0.'W
..v..... Hormonal movement. Hui -n.l IhUMi ju..i...i u,,
olid", ay ! viigraved or plain polish. -d . a-,;
1' t, Alt AT COl.l), lii:lfbi:r.t!ii-iu
.y errivcd or plain polished
IS CA HAT COI.I). Uttlitinscas.:, richly en-u.ved. Skel.-.u I., vet mov.-meiil. (.old
ji Klooji'I Dial, sunk seconds, ( (.aipeutaiion Itala-oe.
1- CAKAT UOLD. Haiilluj ca-e. -t r,;d . i.refi,l;:. examined Sl;e,eto J., v.-rniove-Kvnt.jewilcd
iu Is bolen (iold lialaui e. with nil H.e iM. st iuii,iov.-m.-int. -p',,-,,,!,,!
decorated double hunting c--
CHKCNOVliTKlt UATUI. hi.-lov
! ihrou-hoi:', with a,! the latest improv. uulis, iudoabl bottomed ei,iu tuin-d. plain
! pollrted or eruraved. IS curat -old hitniii,- i.i-e. .ol.Jt,r hard while ei;ir-i ,'ial, with
, ':ak otids, etc , ...
i II HONOMKTtK CAI.KNUAIt A Tc It. will, ,-entre ..oud. hand, h.ail..
l-jiir-.L of seconds. sbowiiiL' on dial, dny ut the loanih. mouth of the year, aud dny ol
1 j- vv .-et. villi b.-tchroiiome'.er moveiueut, carefully eiumtncd. iu -pb ndid Jecora'.cd
...- ;la:ii poii.-bed bXtia strong' huLtili' . . 'I hi watch i '-riei -ui.l by retailer"
at from t) to
All the ah.ive Watches in smaller sizes fur Ladies at the .aim prices.
MeTiOeiaiusArnis or Crests, will he engraved on the hacks (.1 the (luld Watches with
out additional est.
Eveiy iiitfli f-keu for will he Immediately forwarded, n-adv lor inurie.ii.ite u-e ami securely
in a Cue Mc.hh.co (asc. The rintilurity and precision ol it uioveiniii and coiiM-ienitoe. in.i,.,.
is warranted iu writing for three years, dunn' whli
watch is forw.ird'.'d to us poi-t free. All j;old cases
vvat. hes tbe c"e ah-best Sterling Silver.
s n -idivz in any pari of the countrv need
r Montreal lira neb, as lhv may rely upon
if not t'ivlni: the most complete satlstucnon. w III
may be eni either in t'iink notes or bv I'o-t otli'e
or-Je.e cf t tnd more, wot' he. '
OPINIONS OK THE J'UESS.
om the "S.-maine Indiistrlelj. " l'an-. Kiance. is .s, ,,i .
The ri-:o. a e understand, does i ot profe-
U'L'.-K.-u u, fl,,. tir'i w '.,,H I..,.,, fl... hi. i t in1., t.l
v. . . wu ... ...... ... ...
c.'.'-ed the :cpre-s of public opinion.
We (uu rorw:entiot.sly r.-con.uii-Ld a'( who nnt
to - '.ri-'-lt .V H- Itnout A Co.
Aldre..-.-s: MANEKED HKEMOXTA: Co.
SAVE YOUK EXdlNES!
Addros-s 1-lOli Cliotcau AM ni,o. St. Louis.
We Dfire Ui call Your ilt-iition to Our
WHICH IS .NOW (.o.MINO INTO CKNI.TIAI. 1E
AVA "IVI.MOl 1S I'ATJONT JCAI'E ( 1
K0 MORE CYLINDER
I call thf attention of prnprietois of ftrnm
a grcnt raving of fool is effected. Tho Valtc
opf n when fxhavwiinir, the eiitfinc is not liaWo
Mcnmnlato in tho rylindnr-tho VaWo opening or shutting mtornatically ot oath sir
Tlio cylinder in kept dry when tho wiino
open by h npiral pring. 'Hio Vftlve vHI pay
uliort time. kaA will latrt ovor too Tear.
HTBtelr- nnd County Ribhiff Mo.
nil uk s.-f
very -epeiior :iio',eineii;. , i, ;,. h
:u:-l..d ihroie.Metei niovtnulit iivii-ied
i- i ,
h peiji.d no charge will be made for repairs il t'r'e
made and -.. Id y ut aie lSearut fine, and in Silv.'r
not lieiiate to forward th.-ir I'o-i Ofliie oi liunk' r'.
reeeivu," the ea. Lwat. L orden-.l hv ibein u.h- ,
be tv tllitilr exchi:;ed or the niom-y returned. Mo'u.'y
nioi.ey oriler. A ciseoiiut ofiin t will l.e ,r
to iuk ii hes at sue loivei pi,.e. l.ut the .
fl,,.i. l.i,.,i, ., .ui.i.. .. ..... ., . .
., .,-, ... ... . B, jiiu-i uiu i iu y ii a . . re-
Vrom the "Uordeaux .loiiriii!" -,'l Mai. .
tobuv stood atid d'irable watch at mod.r:.!' or.,-...
lUx HM'J, MONTIIKAl,, I.
HEADS M0KEN OUT.
Knginw U thi us ff thi Talre, j hij
bein lfw(l rn th Mlmirwuon f steam it
to get out of line, as no water t aiiowm
In uot wnrkinj;, m tb Vh1yc kro tmn k
il priM id W nng or twi in t t
AVP kjT ,n