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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Bin Fkancis IIi.ncks has written another
letter on the annexation project, in which
lie declares that the present political condi
tion of Canada is enviable, it having all the
advantages of an independent state with
the additional one of protection, free cost,
by a nation whose influence and power are
second to nouc. lie is convinced that an
nexation cannot be accomplished without
Thk bottom has fallen out of the mining
stock business in San Francisco, and many
of the leading operators are talking ol mov
ing to New York or Chicago. It is a well
known fact that seats on the "big board,''
. which formerly brought "13,000 apiece,
now go begging at fWJOO. A bill before
llio legislature, intended to compel the ob
S Tvance of certain fundamental rules of
honesty by brokers, is also said to have de
pressed this class greatly.
Ik Mr. Heecher's recent attack upon the
American Bible Society was for the purpose
of stirring up a controversy and provoking
citicism, ho has met with considerable suc
cess already. The Rev. Dr. Torter tells
Mr. Ikecher that he does not tell the truth,
that he is no scholar, and not qualified to
pronounce in any matter involving techni
cal learning. Mr, Lcecher may not be very
learned as the schools go, but Dr. Porter
will probably remember that he displayed
iu the ''nest-hiding'' trial, a wonderful ge
nius for the invention of apt words.
Cuaiiles FitAM'is Adams likes to sit up
halt the night reading or writing. Of his
three sons, John Quincy, popularly known
as "Jack" Adams, has most of the Adams
look. Charles Francis, Jr., is the well
known writer on railroad topics, Brooks
Adams is tho red-hot Democrat who wanted
Mr. Tilden sworn in at New York and then
march on to Washington, Ho is a hand
some fellow, bright and positive, and, like
his brothers, earns his own living in accord
ance with the Adams motto: "Millions to
inherit; not one cent for subsistence."
Pkksident Poim.it, of the taxing dis
trict of Memphis, who tendered his resig
nation a day or two ngo, and went to Nash
ville to urge its acceptance by the governor,
has been implored by numerous prominent
residents in the cx-municipality to recon
sider his action. Lust evening ho received
a number of dispatches urging him to re
turn to his post, to which he replied briefly
but emphatically, stating the reason of his
contemplated retirement and tho terms on
which he will continue in office. He says
ho is insisting on tho acceptance of his res
ignation because if the most important san
itary woik is to be neglected ho will not he
responsible for the consequences. lie prom
ises to withdraw his resignation on one con
dition, namely, that the people of Memphis
proceed at once to the inauguration of san
itary reforms which will render Mother
jellow fever epidemic impossible.
No Mohk Haud Tim kh:--If you will
stop spending so much on tine clothes, rich
food nd style, buy good, healthy food,
dumper and better clothing; get more teal
and substantial things of life every way,
and especially stop the foolish habit of em
ploying expensive, quack doctors or using
so much of tho vile humbug inodicino tbat
dot's you only harm, but put your trust in
that simple, pure remedy. Hop Bitters;
that cures always l a trifling cost, and you
will see good times and have good health.
VAI.UK OK A DAILY PAI'Klt TO A
In a business point of view, uml in strict
accordance with public propriety and mi
ccss'ity, it would be uh proper to iihk contri
butions to it daily paper, for its nupport, as
to ask it lor the pulpit and its deserving
ministers. No one objects to asking, or
giving aid to the latter, nud yet the pulpit
and its worthy hoots of worthy ministers
that adorn it can do no more good for the
temporal interests of a community than a
daily paper. They arc- both types of ad
vanced civilization. Take the dailies from
New York, Chicago. Imrlington, Omaha or
Council Hlufl's, and what would these cities
be worth to trade, commerce, arts, science,
morals or even life?
As the best remedy for Frost -Hit ten Feet,
wc can recommended the use of St. Jacobs
WADE HAMPTON TALKS AGAIN.
From the Charleston, S. C.) .News, Dec. :10.
Senator Hampton has talked freely with
the correspondent of the News ami Courier
at Washington. The denial of the charge
that tho Democratic leaders, or Senator
Hampton himself, proposed or desired to
abaudon tho Tilden Electoral ticket in
1870 is repeated and riveted. An entirely
fresh incident of the campaign of 187U is
the generous oft'er of Gen. Toombs, of
Georgia, to give $10,000 out of his own
pocket to the campaign fund. Contrast
this with the fact that the National Democ
racy tint not contrioute a uonnr io me ex
penses of the canvass, ami with the dis
creditable circumstances that the sum of
flOOO, which was paid to counsel, at the
instance of the National Democratic com
mittee, in order that the vote for electors
might be brought before the supreme court,
has never been repaid to the South Caro
South Carolina bore the whole co.-t of the
canvass and contest, from beginning to end.
Not a farthing was given to the Democracy
by any persons, other than Carolinians, out
side the state. A toothsome revelation is
made concerning Judges Settle and Denny.
These were two of the "statesman" wlio
visited South Carolina to look after the in
terests ot the Republican party and the
safety of the board of state canvasers.
Senator Hampton iufonus our correspond
ent that Messrs. Denny and Settle, (one of
whom has since been elevated to the United
States bench by a grateful president ), told
him that, if he would say, on any public
occasion, that the state of South Carolina
had been carried by Have-, the troops would
he withdrawn and the" Hampton govern-
meut re recognized, mis was a;;cr :;,e
canvassing board had had the opportunity
to fix the 'return. As one of the statesnu-n
said, "We have had one deal with that p:-.ck
of cards and have thrown it away." Of
course, Gov. Hampton declined to be bribed,
but this does not make the offer les scan
Senator Hampton gives his opinions about
the canvass of 10. In his opinion, the
State can be carried in only two ways. One
is by adhereiug to the policy of 1870, which,
in his judgment, is no longer an experi
ment, and will enable the Democracy to
win enough colored votes to give them a
majority. The other is by suppressing the
colored vote by fraud. We go with Senator
Hampton to the extent of believing that,
with such candidates as were then in nomi
nation, and with equal determination and
enthusiasm on the part of the people, the
State can bo carried iu 1880 as it was
carried in 1870. Vo go further, and say,
that, with no llepublican candidates for the
State cilices in tho field, the Statu tun ):
carried in 1880 as it was m 1878. Beyond
this, there is nothing certain. The lcgirda
ture has declined to order the registration
of electors, which would have lessened the
opportunities for fraud, and which could
have been arranged so as to relieve the low
country ol the crushing weight oi the ne
Wo are not told whether this means that
the State is to be carried somehow and any
how ;or whether it indicates a willingness to
allow the whole of the low country to revert
to the Radicals. No plan of operation
can be arranged until the objective point is
determined upon. The system that will
suit, if the purpose is to carry every county
in the State, will necessarily differ front a
system that will answer if the object mere
ly is to elect the State ticket and two or
three of the five congressmen. I'ntil we
can know what is expected of the Demo
cratic party by the low country, and what
the low country is ready to pay for what it
wants, we can not say what manner oj man
should be nominated for governor, or what
should be the programme of the Democrat
A naiikow kc.U'K. Tin1 carelessness
which some people in this city iminilVst in
leaving their doors insecurely burred ut
night, is a topic with which the newspapers
are always rife. One instance in particular
was called to our notice, A htdv living on
Eutaw Square was sitting up with her
daughter, who was alllicted with pulmonary
consumption, nnd whose terrible cough
could be heard by the neighbors. This
evening in particular she was more than
usually depressed and harMsscd by severe
and prolonged tits ol coughing. Jler
mother left her bedside to iro to the bureau
to get some medicine to relieve lier, and as
she passed the w indow she saw an immense
shadow of a man upon the wall. One
shriek nud she fell in a faint, us a tall stal
wart fellow leaped in at tho window, The
sick girl, too weak to cry out lay in a
trance of fear, while tho man leaned over
and picked up her mother, ami said in a
kindly tone. "Be not alarmed, Miss, I nm
no robber; hut I have heard you coughing
so much that I determined to relievo you,
and so brought you this bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup." The young lady thanked
her philanthropic friend, took the medicine
slid is now rapidly improving. Biilto
Mn.l.F.iN Ci KKsCoNsrMi'TioN A corres
pondent of the l'Xington (Ky.) Press writes
as follows about the flower of a well known
plant: "I have discovered a remedy for
consumption, It has cured a number of
cases after they had commenced bleeding
at the lungs and the hectic flush was already
on tho cheek. After trying this remedy to
my own satisfaction 1 hnvo thought philan
thropy required that I should let it bo
known to tho world. It is the common
mullein steeped strongly and sweetened
with coffee sugar, nud drank freely, Young
ur old plants aro good, dried In the shade
and kept in clean bags, Tho tnodicine
must be continued from three to six mouths,
according to the nature of the disease. It
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1980.
is very good for the blood-vessels also. It
strengthens ami builds up tho system, in
stead of taking away tho strength; it makcB
good blood and takes inflammation away
from the lungs. It is the wish of the writer
that every periodical in the United States,
Cauadas and Europe should publish this
recipe for the benefit of tho humun family.
Lay this by and keep it in the house ready
AND OTHERS SEEKING
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ITLVERMACHER GALVANIC ".,
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Dr.. L. C. ABEV. t:a ... X. Y.
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Tenth Street. F.ftwt'en Wiishii.jjfon i(i!il
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
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V. h'Tcas. on thu Ii;,t:i day i f X .'.' irbi r. A. D.
is',, Kineraid Davis executed and delivered in
Henry Wells, the Qr,ilericii'd. for -lie use ut th"
Alexander County Hunk, h: ceruin promissory
note of that date, for thne ihoutmtie; dollars j,rna
ble to the order of of said Henry W.dls for li e ' .f
afor-said. one year after the date thereof, wit j in
teresiat the ru'eof ten per cent per annum limn
the dale of said note, and at tt.u sainu tune m:d
date ex-cuted, in knowledued and delivered to sunt
Henry Wells, lor the iis(i aforesaid, certaiu sale
rioit?ii'.'e on lots numbered -liirtv-orie (111) and
thlrtv-two CM) lu bloik numbered tiventy lour ci-li
ii ml lots n:tiibered seven iTi HiHieltrht (li In block
iiuuihervd l'.fty-one i.m . In the n'y of Culm, county
of Alexander and s.ate of IilinoU, to sururii the
payment of s lid prnmNsorv note; which said sain
uiorti'itse coutniiis a power of sale authnrl.iuit said
Henry Wells, in ean of default In iM, r.ayini-iit of
"uid note or any part thereof, to sell snij iren?ises,
oriiiiv part thereof, and all equity nf redenintlon
therein at public vendue Io the hlclnt bidder for
cash, at the court liouan In Cuiio afresitld, after
first giving twenty duvs notice of the time, p ace
and terms oi snkl sale, as will more ruily appear
bv rel'ereui e to the record of said vmrtiiH'jv which
was recorded in the recorder's oilice lu Ca.rnnlcirr
said ontheith day of Noveuiber, A. I) n. In
book "'." ou puce :iKH,
And, whereas, default has been made In the pay
ment of said note and verv part thereof, and the.
whole of said note belnnnow due anil unpaid- now,
therefore, the undersigned will, on Tuesday, ibe
Vlth day of January, A D. Ikwi, at thti hour of two
(Hi o'clock p, in ot said dav, at the westerly door
ol the court house, in Cairo aforesaid, sell lh- said
premises and all equity of redemption therein, or
so much thereof as mav b necessary to payor! mill
dlscharue the said note, and the expenses of said
sale, to Ihu highest bidder for cash In hntnl nnj
will make and execute to the purchaser or t.:ireha
era. irood nud sullleliint deed, or deeds, liir tho
premises so sold. JlliNHY WELLS. Morfinre.. i
Cairo, 111 . Dei: UI, lt7l.
QTATK OK ILLINOIS, I
O County of Alexander, ( circuit Court wi , .
under county, Pehriiary term, A. D. IHm,
l-'ruiii es viuikjloy. i
., , vs. Divorce - In Chancery.
I rank yulejey,
Allldiivil of the Uon residence ol Kraiik O j ley
the defeiidiuil above named, havlnybcen tiled .1, tho
olllce ol the clerk of said circuit court of AlesHiuler
countv. notice Is hereby irlvi-n to the said nm, r,..
dent defendiint, thai the complainant hits tlloi her
hill ot compliilut in suld court on the chaiicerv sldti
llieruof ontheDTth day of Decrmber, A. D. INin mid
(hut a siiiiimons Ihereiipon Issued out of said tnurt
nitaliist said (lefcndmit, returnable on the snd Mon
dav of February, A. II, IKHO, as Is hy law reiiulreil
Now, therefore. oiilcssvnn, the said Krank
ley, siull personally be and uipear before thn sid
rlrciilt court of Alexander county on the flrst itu
of llm next term Iberrol, Io bu holdon at tho court
house In tho city of Cairo, In suid roonty, on the
seoond Monday of Kehruary, A. D. IKsvi, and plead
auawer or (lemur to the said conipliiluanl'ii bill of
complaint, the same, and ihs matters and Ihluin
Ihernlncharirrdand stated, will be vaktu as con.
fosasd, and decree entered against yon aerurdluir
tothe prayer of said bill.
... JOHN A. KKEVK, (Untk.
W a. K. hrnumih, Cnitilh.ajifii Hollcltor.
Detcuibr IT7, A. D. 1H7D.
UJANCEriT NOTICE. !
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filt'd bit bill oi iWrK'lni'tire m ihu circuit iurt oi
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thereof, wbcri-iii you, lop'tiirr with C. i Browti,
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in said ratise. retiinmhlo on The second Monday of
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to be holden 1.1 the court-houe In Cairo, it sa.d
eniiiiiT oi Aje.vnuuer auu siute or Illinois.
I aiio. Decemher i. lt',V. .UllIN A I1EEVK
sti n. I'. Whi'k;.ck, SoPrior Compl'l. ('leik
II ASl'LIJV NOTICE.
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.J. 'Irji y. are hereby notified u ,: on tl.e Win diyof
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s'etrflimnil V R.wi," k Ui. ...... ...a -.i.
.'.id,...,, n. ..iiein.ej ij. rie.'au wncslics
as assignee in bankruptcy ol tne i !a'.e of thu Ceu-
rml SnviilL.il lUub ilLtl Vl. 14.1 i..,..,.1a. ... ...
theihsaceiy side of tii" Alexander cnuty circuit
"Villi, ill iu riBic ,n i.iiuij'.H, V u TC1U Villi KTc (Je-
feiK.aLts. and that said cause is now pendiue in
stld uiurt. 'I'liKt iin reupon sju.a;OLB was issued
out ol the clerk's otVue ol said court ucii.mt yo:',
ri'tuiii inie on iue ecoLti .vionmy :n retirr.nry, A,
D. lSKi, to a term of said cor tncntu be ioklen u
iiieo.ri iioiise m i airo. in lonu'y
Cairo. December f). :y. J.-its A I:n:vr.
SaMI tl. I'. HCU.KH, hVr f"r Cor.'.p) '. !lerlc
OTATKnK ILLINOIS, .
k ' County ol Alexander, (i iru.it cr.)t ol AU-ibi.
tier county, ecnrr.:iry Jena. A. u. iswi.
Murtlia lii'.chrisl, (
vs. ;. iji ,of In Ciifit.i'.ry .
Holier. l.iMirist. )
AlHilavit of the t;iV'.-ri"iiU-!iCe n' uohert ei.ei
ineueieuuam auoe nun (i.knviiij neen tle'i m -..ha
osiinil 'he ' : l el "indt lie ut Court oi Altxac
der County, ciric; i he.-cl'v L'ivci, to the s;id uo:i
rient Ueleadant that 'he , omnia nam i,as sii..
her bill of couip;aii,t in sa:d Covir: ol he e'hain i ry
i'ie in. reoi on nevr tri u.:y ot !) cemiier, A.
WV. and that a t:n.taiti tni-re-.non ..-.v(l t
said roiirt a-ain-t ad ('.-lenilai.t. re'JrLhMe ec
the Slid, Mftteity of K.' r.iiir.. . A. ! .s . by
Now. then lore, :;n;. ou. tte i..d II 1 cr: iy
elinst sl.a! p'-r'onaily 'tie i.d ip m bei.ire :
s.d Cirr-.it ' o ui Aier.An-t'r c uo:v. or. :tf
iisy oi the rext totm Thereof, too- hoicva -it :he
t eT t h in ' 'i: ol Ci.ro. :t: (U$ cv.My. on
t newci Monday m etr urv A. I' :. anj -Wx
aa'vr or dennr to the s4.i ri'.i::p.r..j.nt s bill o
.ouiii.alut. :l.e s.nv.e. ai.d the inui:e: t.nd ts'tpi
ner'-.u rriar,'eii no : Hen. m :e '...kec i. i . i.
fes-ed. aud a dei fee enter.,: . Iir yo i accord i
tota priiyer of .aid M.i. ,'"11". A li.-.r.it
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Jr". a- i I'tei'l. .-.t..ttvr or .: c r tu- said ...m
I'.ail.nt 'uloi .-.n.v'.-:ut. 5t- saL.e anu the v.n'.
; atu thiftj:- ber-it. hau-M; tun steieei will ;e
lii.el. as i iii.fe-.e. fit,.; i d'-cr'-"' " i;;. red aH.-:-
yu ; t." 'in::!..- to the ; avi r ..' s-ii.l bi'
T.'-; X A V.hZ't'r..
Yi i.kkv A I Con ;.;..:: . if n .k
siro. Dl ls'.s.
s'.h'e i.f Il'.o'.s
'ii..r: e; Aie.n.
. .-e:y n.i '
I Inn. i erv:
The defi ndi.iji above li.;.
!(. i i
):e(jtil ,- ol - l.e ( s ui' t r ni r' X . n.i.
Co .mty. uoti-'-is hereby given to tbv said uon ie..
il-tit i',e!eL'.i'.i.t 'i..i. ;iie i oinpiiuuir: hw fiie.; . .
: "f 'iinp.nit.t ,n -aid Co .!. on tfcet l.i.iae: i..e
tlien of .a, ;ne pel. day o l).-n mVt. A. Ik '".
and that a e:;tm.vu there-,pit4 iss-ied it of s. id
1 ' iii;a:r.-t said def-t.i;at.t. reti.rt.a!.i! on .l.e
"ii.d .MuLiitiV ot Ke'ir .ar.-. A. D i -; bv .e
Now. -lei. her. ..nl-ss ;. .... i-, ..,! J;.,r..
WalKcr shall jiits.iIibH.v he and :,";,ei,.- .-: r :t.e
sa:d if .litfourt of Alexander" .-..iry ou :h Jr.-
lliVul 'lie Til-Xt t'-1f -.h'refif. "I b- Lljlllell a; ti
oj: : l.'o mi 'he 'iv, of i i.jrn. ;i Count . vt
'In "e, ,,nd Alonuiiv f : r.,u.-v. A. t'. :sn.'ai.
p.-oid. ai.swer or dem.'.r !.i ;l,e .aid , .implulua!.
i.ill et i (iiuplair.t. thesatue. am! -i.c i,;ii:teri i.r.O
:Lii,i.'s therein charged i.nd !at;, v,ii! oe 'iikeii i.s
' oiifessi'd, hlld ll de lee i titered Ih'.iIIis- VO'.i h'Ai)"'.
.1 to the prav-r ol said M.i
etiHN A. KEEVE. e 1--K.
.. W. JIENDHIi'K- t.oiup : So.:eHoj
D'cencber. iwh. A. D.
lly virtue uf t exrv.t;oi.s Issue ! irA .-f t:
clerk's oftire of the cot.nty o rt of Ai taLC-r
lotiii'y, and state of Illitn.is. and to mo dlr-i;, d.
Aheiehy 1 am coiuiiiandeil ;n muVe th! uir.o.:nt .1
two c-r'ain Jm!g. ments recently ohtaiu-d ngaiot
.lai-oh (. J.vLi.L iu fnvor of H irvy c. Johns, sue
Wilham C .lolii.s. and one in favor of .lacot' Trailer
u!.'i William Anbury out ot the lands, tenuai.'i.ts
-onus nnd ( hi.-'els of the said Jacob ti. Lynch. 1
have levied n the tollovv.nf described prop-it v.
towl:: Lol numi'.r-d thre- cd ;r. h!-xk
numbered forty eight 4M it th- c::v
ol c.i!m. ''onrity of Aleii.uder end S:a:""
of Illinois. Then-tore, a cordifg to su.d rom
maud, lsh.i., expose f.,r sale ut public auction, all
the right, title and ist-res' o! ;he above nam - u
.Incob (. . i.ynch in and to the above di m-t b-d
property, at llo'cloik a.m . ou T'.iescay. the -id
day o) Ke-,r :nry. IK-J).i.t tue westttly door of 'h
'.'. rt house. , ( irr,, jj;;,;,,.
Hated (.' i uim Illinois. :h! ilf'h day of .b.i
'ar, IsS: John 11-hs i...
"herlfi' A.exnii'b'i t o iti'v.
Mute o:' Illinois i
AlcMitid' r .'!; ut y i
In :he A .Marnier Cue it
Coitrttoil.c J'cti'y .erin Iski
.11111 .Io! uset. ,
vs. Jt Chan' t-;y.
Lewis K. iTohuson
Aril di., ut nfrotl.e iiou-rendoiire of i,i is ,In.c
sou, th- above named defi ndun; huiiig been filed
In the dhce nf thu Clerk of said t irciit Court oi
AlcxuidiT County, notice In Iierelit given to It.e
said I. .'ohnniii. di ! oiluul. "Lai ti t coiripluiu
ant Died her bill for a divoree in said Co.ur. ou the
Chim er, .ble thereof, on the 1tb day of A:ig'ist
IKfi, and (hut a summons thcrc'iiion issued oul of
aid Court ugairist. -aid defei.diii;t returnable ou Hie
Slid Vowiiiy uf Ecbruury, A. 1). if-S". u is by law
Now v,i ! -s you, iliouid I.-vvis F.Joni.Min sliail
persoun y In- and appear before the suid circuit
Cotirt oi Aiexiiiiuerl ouiity, on the tirst day of Hi
next ;i rm tie roof, to beholden In Cairo, at th
ro: rl house, in said umnty, on tin; second Mon
thly oi I'ubr'.iaiy, A. li. 1KK), and plead, unsner or
demur to the complainant's bill of complaint, the
sumo and the mutters and things therein charged
ami stated, will be taken as coui' ssed and a decree
entered agalnt von, according to the nraverof said
bill. MVLKEY A, LEAK.Comp't Sol'rs.
.MHIN A. KEEVK. Clerk.
Dated this Mllh diiv of Dec. IKfi.
A W EEK in your own town, nnd no
capital risked, You cau (five the,
business a trial without expciice.
The best opportunity ever offered fur
those willing to work. You should
Ivu f,ll,m, ..I.... .ill u e
self wlmt yon ran do at thn business wo oiler. No
mom to explain here. You can devoto all yonr
time or only yonr spare time to the business, and
make, great pay for every hour that yon work.
Womeu make us much as men. Scud for special
Jirlviite terms and particulars, which we mail free.
15 outfit free. Dou'tcntnplain or hard times while
you have snch a chance. Addrusa U. HALLETT &
CO., I'ortlaud, Malue.
U in, ui uiu i: mi Liu wi,u Ml'f. HIT Vlllir.
CONSTITUTION WATER !
M) (X)NSTITUTI()N WATER
TMHICixJTlMKH A DAY,
THU KUINKYH, HTONB IN THK BLAD
iiKH, O ATA K Kit OK THK HLADDKK, OLKKT,
For Fmnitle Complaint a f pfrJaJtty,
For sail) hy all Drunfuu, Send fur circular,
MORGAN A JLU1N. (0 Join St., S, Y.
IPov Clii'istmas Presents, ,
Pirctt from the Jfanufttdurer at Wliolesale rrloc.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
MONTREAL, St. I .awronco SI.
J-'roin '.LIB day no to CLilsimss. we will forward our molflceut and world reunwued watches at ha f
he price at wMtb the same are sold by watchmakers, for tho latter do not manufacture tbetn but VaV
buy ih. iu ironi the niaunfucturert loo. We ire manufacturing as a SI'KCl ALTY lleylcM wall L, s
The keyjesa mechaninn to t watch Is one of the great modern Improvements In watch work ii dm a
fcy with tho old fashioned key. with which so many persons have ruined their watches; the it, h i!
wound by limine t nurlcd knob, placed on the hand ft or bow Instead of by the ordinary means ,h
"y Wi'b ,Le m'k'? P,"M ThU I'f'J'rtiJn on the aidof tb ? i"
ili mi, Htittei.Hol these improvements are obvious, the case which never need be opened In wludliie i
n.ade arr tiht and dunt tight, thus preset vIdk much louder the fluidity of the oil, anil greatly pro!.. i Jin"
l . j v. .4 a tietwet'O the necessary cieaulnc l Ibe watch. "
forward mt free and duty paid, at tho follow iiur jiriots: :
fTKe'.'.'O NICKEL case, liher plated,
le .0, -.vorki-isn, aciioo) bcyg. etc
'.OLD 1-ECTI;0-I LATLI) case, (will
' I I k' 'P. 1 1 if ? i , r. n , . .
ae. ciicinc tiirteu, lever inovcuicLt, rryMal )Usi,snuk seconds,
ivwt .lidiiit'Loles (j,00
KLE'l.'iNT MI.VFR HVSTINii ease, engraved, highly fnlshcd niovunent. sunk
-M.tdK itr.mutl.etcr balance. Jeweled lu 10 hole", one of the best sliver watches made 10,
t.i...i tii-.-, tor.zon'.aJ Movemect. rat aud elegant. Jeweled tlirouehout. sunk sec
"i i'i- r.ci' : a--. r trraved or ji'.ain polished ca-e
J -JiAT '-i'-il.r. ha.f L (siting ca-e. very superior movcuieiil. eitra Jeweled, ill h
y ' tfri. ' A or 1 lam polished '
"..J.AT ''Ol I), buttiis -f. ill hly engrvd. Skeleton Lever movement. io!d
r Fit n.el Il.r.l. '.t,k secoid-, Comp-ntloti Ilalauce. etc
1. AJi AT '1OLL1. Kuctitc ta'e. lust and 1. ireful!) cxan: incd Skeleton Lever move-
- id ' holes (, old LalaLce.
( "ri ii (. vu'ri.u h..i;ii.? c"-
aiJ.ONl.MKTtlt WATCH, hieh'y f.uisi.ed chionwueter mov.M.ent jeweled
'ir 1 .rt.-.t. witl. all ti.e .av-t in.provi incut, in double bottomed clkIhc turned, plain
'.s:.. J o. i.f.h.-C. (arat k'old huutir.i; case. Eold or hard white enan.cl dial, wi'h
Ls e. !. 1 j.""
' KM S f.V. ETi K-l 'A I. E SIM R WAK II. with ict.tre uronds baud. K.aikli,t
If ' s-s'-uds. s'Low.:. t' on dial, day ol the ruontb. mouth of (he yeai, and day of
tr.- v.-. .k. sub besicbronometer movenieut. carefully examined. In splendid decorated
-r p air. f ...:sr.e(! estra slrore htintlte case. Thi watch Is i.M Lerally o?d by retailers
i.' fion.Ato i,.)."
A'.l t!.o abive Watches in smaller mzcs fur Linlics at the i.-iin: prices.
Mi -.'.nuii.-. An. ! "! ( n-s'.v. will In' engraved
out additional cost.
Evv.-v AMu. isii-.M. ;,r :!! l.e in.rr.ediatelv forwarded, readv fur imn ediate usr and securely narked
h a ine Moiou-o eas.-. The regularity and precision of its movement and conscientious m,rin ,.hn
is warranted :n writinc for three years, durln which peiiod no 1 hare will be made lor repairs if u.c
v.a'.' h is forwarded to .s post free. All told easis mace and sold ly us aie K carat ne sud iu Sfvcr
wa'.hrs tho lsk Vt Merlipe hilvcr.
i ersons r-s-dmc in any part of the couutrv need
order to o.ir Monties; Krancl.. is they may reiy upon rernvins the i iiut watch ordered by them, which
if no' z;v.f the most compb te sail-faction, wlil be w IHIi.jrlv ei, hai,i!'W or the money n-turned. Money
iiia he . lt either iu bai.k notes or by I'ut oH.ce nioLey order. A discount ofti p. c. will be allowed fur
1 ' m: v. u:-.je vis; i-e
Le '.If. t
' t-U' rstM.d. d'li-s rot prof.-s to
p;;. . . and fmu '.he n-.tnutue ot their
(rt ss k,; j ,;blir niriou.
wi-. b s a' :1
d the .a j
We iktii ..1 '.'ei.-;.r.s!y re-on. tin -ud a'.l who want
1 j ' M i'' moi.t A 1 0
A ddi ess : . I AN F
Atlihos 1400 Choteait
)Ve 1 it-ire to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE,"
which is now coming into general ie.
WALTEirS I'ATKNT ICSCIM Oil
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call Hie attention of proprietors of Slcnm Erifjinca to Hie me of thin Valve, liy v hit h
agreat saving of fuel is effected. The Valve bring cloned on trie iiilmisiou of Momii and
open wlicn exhauBting, the engine la not linWc to get out of line, as no witter is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting Hiitoraaticnlly at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine Is not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valve will pay its price in the saving of fuel in a very
abort time, and will last over ten years. i
l-6intc and County Rights for 8alo. Apply by letter or iu person at 811 Catalpha r
rcot, St, Louis. i
0jeu face, Jeweled iu 4 holes, very stilt
', , .'."J
not lose iolor) crystal ulnss, sunk seconds,
ulih all the latest lniiioeir.eiiis. splendid
nn the Jmcks ol the Cold Whtclics with-
not hesitate to forward their Post (iftu ,- c, 11., l,,.--
THK I'll ESS.'
Erom the "Sen;a!r,e luiius'riell.-" Pans. France. 1 ( i,t.. .
n:tk watches at the lowe-i price, lint Itie Yes'
u;iu. ss. we mav falrlv Judge thai they have rv
From the ' Bordeaux J .umal" '.'I Mai. lar.
to buy atood and durable watch at modcia'.cVr'ie
K J : 1 ) J JK I , MONT & Co.
H'.x UM'J, MONTIiKAI.,!'.!,'.
Avenue, St. I.ouis.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.