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TIIR DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY '. MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1880.
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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Tue Bill of Bights of the State ui
"The only legitimate end of government
is to protect the citizen in the employment
of life, liberty and property. When it as
sumes other functions it is usurpation and
Not necessarily oppression, but most cer
tainly usurpation, and if the assumption of
other functions is conceded as a legitimate
power, no one can tell when it will cot be
Grant is now reported as believing that
the legal tender character cf greenbacks is
constitutional, and that he wrote a letter to
Justice Miller personally congratulating
him on bU position on" that question. Is
Grant also bidding for the greenback Tote?
Biaiuir, after the roeult in Muiuc, declared
that the '-greenbacks must stay, with all
their legal tender qualities about them."
We remomter of oid time, the wonderfal
convei-.on of ultra pro slavery Democrats
and Whig, to be the most rampant Aboli
tionists. Wouldn't it delight the souls ol the Re
publicans every where it only Senator Da
vid Davis would just accept, bite at, that
tempting bait of the English mission!
What the dickens are the Republicans
afraid of, that they are so anxious to have
David Davis leave the Senate and go abroad
oh Minister to England? There is a color
ed gentleman hid away somewhere in the
woodpile in view of this wonderful froak.
Arc they afraid that some of the Presidcn
tiiU eggs will become addled at the close of
t'io next election.
Mr. Tildes poko patriotically, a few
days ago, when he said: "It is the duty
of every sincere lover of republican institu
tions to do his utmost to prevent the re-election
of Grant. For my part, I will do
everything I can to secure the election of
the man who may be agreed upon by the
opponents of the third term conspiracy as
the best candidate to unite t ho conserva
tive elements of all parties. If a third
term can be conferred upon Grant, a fourth
and fifth will be. In short, Grant's install
ment in the White House in 1881 means
TrtK Cincinnati Gazette prints a thrilling '
appeal from Kansas for food and clothing
for the Exodus Windom's black people,
who are reported to be ''in rngs, "shiver
ing with ague," "dying of dysentery." The
Deacon should take up a collection and
draw on Exodus Windom for $10,000. The,
real barbarians in this negro business are
Republican politicians, who do not object
to drawing tho blood of several thousund
colored people "for the good of tho party."
They don't care how many perish so long
its they can work up their vote. The
black dupes now in Indian are suffering
-severely. As a matter of humanity tho Re
publicans who are engineering the exodus
a tumid make some provision for these peo
ple. ' ' " '.
Rohcok (V)nklino ittosster of the Re
publican- situation Jn New i York. That
Cornell Is, indebted to him f-r the high po-
.aition he now holds it ' beyond controversy
lie has just given' ' signllkant nod and
, On, gpe has, jbntn selected speaker of,
lhe tsMMbly.1 EXrly in March ha will give
Mather noi, and tho state convention will
send s. Grant delegation to Chicago It is
gtid that lie Los selected Gen. Arthur,
whom President Hayes turned out of tho
custom house, as tlio successor of Senator
Koroan. If this be true, and tho probabil
ity in that way, Arthur is on the high road
to political salvation. Verily, verily, bo it
aid unto you, kind reader, that the Camer
on and Conkling are the only men who can
swing their states in any direction they
huvu a mind to.
Want:d. Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary of f 100 per uioutu ami
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress aa above.
IIOWA TRAMP TALKS IN KENTUCKY.
A man whoso garments appeared to be in
the last stages ot decomposition, whoso
hair was unkempt, whose shoes were worn,
and w hose step w:is weary, shuffled up to
:he rear of a Kentucky resilience una,
Retina the hired girl with ti smile that
looked like the crack of doom, began :
"I have tins day arrived on Kentucky
"Rad for Kentucky soil," interrupted the
'I have, I say," continued the stranger,
(his day arrived on Kentucky soil "
"You weren't expected, sir!"
"To reach here, mv good woirlan, I have
traveled a long distance. To this spot from
clime where the Sierras lift. up their
minarets of suow,like white hands to heaven,
no day s jaunt. My boots show that. o.
m lournev. line iwnie, wasn i inuuo iu a
. It required weary marches ana coun
termarches; nues by Meaun on cattle
hours of suspense lrom the rear axle
an emigrant wagon, bringing to mind
scenes long gone by, when covetous
companions cried to the unsuspecting
to 'whip behind !' Rut at last I am
"Much as wc can do to scratch for our
"And that I am here, I thank the gods!
The pvivatious aud misery of my long
journey hither! How bitter had been my
lot had it not been sweetened by me antici
pation that I would one day stand where I
now stand upon the historic soil of the
grand old commonwealth, where Clay, Cal
"We haven't a bite of cold victuals in the
"I daresay I am barely a stone's throw
from the famed blue grass region where
the heavens above are mirrored
from the meadows beneath and
where, in turn, the meadows
catcli their blue from the eves of the fairest
women beneath the sun. Nay, do not go.
It isiio empty compliment. Heaven knows
I mean it. Looking into the depths of
your liquid orbs I have the proofs as strong
as Holy Writ. Ah, thanks, fair maiden,
thanks'. Sitting here on the sunny side of
the dog house, I will partake of the rabbit
pie, these doughnuts, corn-dodgers, and
what-not and when I get down to that apple-jack
I will drink it to the one who gave
it, and sweeter will it be than Amontillado
sherry P -Cincinnati Enquirer.
Rheumatism for Thirty Years. Mis.
Neiger, aged gO years, Taylorville, Pa., at
times entirely lame; relieved by one buttle
of St. Jacobs Oil.
STANLEY'S STORY ,OF HIS EXPEDI
The deeds thus told with modest piety
are now before us in two large volumes
from the press of Harper and Brothers,
glowing with illustrations,, and printed in
clear royal type. It Columbus could have
told his story in this fashion, and could have
given it to the world with these accessories
of art andcoinfort it would have been tohim !
of how much more value to the world!
But Columbus bved in an age when kings
went to Cunossa; . when civilization was
just awakening from its long hibernation in
the sloth and darkness of the cloister;
when there was no literature but what came
from the monks; before the world knew of
the press; the steam engine, and the tele
graph. Stanley went forth as the embassa
dor of a civilization of the variety und maj
esty of which Columbus never dreamed.
He represented two newspapers, the New
York Herald and the London Telegraph
leaders of a press which now encom
passes and rules the world.
He carried with him arms
of precision and strength, embodying the
strongest forces of civilization. He was
served by science in the shape of instru
ments which would have excited the won
der of Columbus, and which enubled him
to read tho tides, the currents, the altitudes,
tho latitudes and longitudes, the meaning
of timo and space, the variations and pro
cesses of nature, the secrets that for iufiuite
ages had been gathering in the rocks. Ho
w as so strengthened that he could carry over
the mountains the bout that would carry
him over inland seas, and defy the fury of
tropical storms. He had the elephant to
ride and quinine; but for one he would
have fallen under the knife to the cannibal ;
but for the other vJio would have gone to
alc.ep with thorny intrepid spirits who
unu gone ueiure mm, in me embrace ot ty
pliUB. When his journey was ended there
was no weary pilgrimage to a doubting and
cold court. His triumph was flashed over
over the seas' it came at once to our homes.
to millions of homes in all lands. And
now thanks to science, we can follow him
step by step, and see with his eyes all the
ouveniurcB mat beiell him. and all the
wonders that opened to his view, and read
tho story in his flue, clear, nervous Saxon
English, simple in its strength, with the
stamp of trutli in its simplicity. If we are
grateful that such a work as the discovery
of Africa should have been done in our
time, how much more grateful should we
bo that tho story of it should be open trt us
in tho sumptuous array with which printer
and artiat have surrounded these volumes!
II ruoh it ii ui us . I suffered terribly. Had
made amng.unents with a prominent sur
gcon to operate. A friend advised tno to
tfyUIW Liniment and Pills. I, did o
and to ray unspeakable joy, got immediate
relief, and tim now cured. J.LKsnnin
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Winter's lilret.ronier Seventh rrti Mi?. Com
flci-iii 10 Inform the citi.i l of Cairo lU vlciniiy,
tliti: rh'j Uti a
New and Large Stock of Hoods
Which the will sell at ALTt'Ai.co''V,';cr:-.!r of
Hats and Eonnets
And Fine Imported Hote for I-tdic att! children.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very atet desicn. Price" a low 8 n
ible aud sroods marked in pia'n irr.r. W:l! i,t
be undi;rwld. t'jtilncx6a.;i;c. No ,troable :o
snow uood Ladies who do no: tee v.tht ttr
want will plcaa ask for 1'.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, .'nne 1C, the lies', wi;: jr.tke
tho foilowin: tript :
l.EAVfS I.EAVI LEAVES
Foot Fourth st. Missouri L&nd'n. Etitucky Ld'R.
m. HiiiOa. m. 9 a.m.
VI a- m. ;o;:)(i a. in. 11 a. in.
'-' P. m. J:Hfi p. m. i p. m.
i p. tn. 4:Sf) p.m. d p. m.
9 m. S:30 a. jn. ;o a. m.
i p. in. p.m. 4 p. in.
JOKTUAf.EE fj SALE.
nuvitn.nu M' loaim liny )1 OVClr.Dfr, A. J)
Kt, Emerald F. Davis executed and celivwed to
Hi'firv ,1 a. thA ,ir.rl..yul.m. .I r... .1...
Alexonder County Bank, bis certain promisorv
nnfr. nf thktt Huf.t 1..a v... -.1 .1 11..- .
...... v. ..... ....... ,vi iutKv kuvuruuu UOliars 1:1. vu-
b!e to the order of of said Henry Well lot the Vse
alor?aid, one year after the date thereof, with in
terest at the ite of ten per cent uer annum from
tho date of snid note, and at th same time and
date executed, acknowledged and ilelivered to said
Henry Well, for the use aforesaid, u certain sale
mori(?iiie on lot numbered thirty-one (31) and
thirty-two Citi) in block numbered tmnty-four (44)
and lot numbered aoveu 17) and eitrbt (hi in block
numbered Hn.v-ono (M) in the ci'y of f.uiro, county
of Alexander and Htate of Illinois, to secure tho
payment of said promissory nolo: whh h said sale
moriKaK contain a power of sale authori.InK said
lleury Well, la case of default in the payment of
said note or auy pun thereof, to aell said premises,
or any part thereof, and all equity of redemption
therein at public vendue to tho highest bidder for
cash, at the cotirt houae In Cairo aforesaid, after
first IvIur twi-nty duya notice of the time, place
and term of said aale, aa will more fully at'near
by reference to the record of said mrtL'nj:e wnli h
wa recorded lu the recorder' office lu Cairoolor'e.
said on the th day of November, A. D. lHVt iu
book "i on patt Mi. 4 . .
And, wherens, default ha been made In the nav
meut of aaldnoto and every part thereof, and the
whole of said note being now due aud unpaid: now
therefore, the unUeraiKned will, on Tuewlay. the
llth day of January, A. p. 10, at the hour of two
U tv i clock p. m of said day, at the wetrly door
of the court homo, In Cairo aforesaid, sell the said
premise aud all equity of redemption therein or
so much thereof a may be necessary to pay off anil
dleharu the said uote and the expenses of said
sale, to the highest bidder for cah in hand, and
will make and execute to the purchaser or nnrcha.
er. good and HOfnclont deed, or deed, for th
pr;mre old. UENHY WELLS, HurtifUffi e
Cairo, III., Dec 13. Ib79. , ., K
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
County of Alexander, (Circuit Crmrt of Akx.
ander county, February turm, A. D. IS.
France liulRley, I
Alllduvli or the non-residence of Frank Qul,.v
i defendant above named. bavlnRheon tiled in tile
office of thn clerk of said circuit court of Alexand" s
county, not ,-e li hereby Riven to the said non-resident
defendunt.Jhat the complainant ha flled her
bill of complaint Jn snldcohrton theclianccry u;
thereof on the Tth day of December, A. D.1H7D and
Uiat asuniinousthiireopun burned oulof suid eourt
flValnst said dulvndant, rotuniahle on the ud Mon.
tly of February, A. D. 1SU, a la by law required
Now, therefore, nnla you. the said Frank Oulv
ley. tlull proully be aud appear before the Said
circuit court of Alexander county on the first dr
of the next term tboreol. to bo holdon at the eooei
hone ln the city of cnlro, In said county, on th
avoond Monday of February, A. D. 1HW, and plnad
newer ordomurto the said complainant's bill of
coropl ilnt, lhe same, and tbs matter aod tblnui
therein charged and taud. will be Uktn as coq
feisjid, and a decree 'titand acainat yon according
Ij the prayer of said bill. "
.... ' JOT A. REftVE. Clerk.
wa. K. HmuucRS, Counlanaul i Hollsliur.
December tn, D, 187. '
. L. ll.ikcrand Julia E. Kakor aro lir.T y to
Sed. thatou IbwiKthday of DecemberA. D. 18'.!
t'LarleaO. Molten, whosoeaa reculver of the e
tut ol tlio batety Depo:t Llu Iwuranco coujDW T
tied hi bill of forerliii:re m tho circuit court of
Ali'Xiinikr equuly, iilmols. on the chancery it
nivruui. u'-ri!ia you, toireiner wnn c. i . mown
lame W. Kddv. Lincoln Duboia. and Franci A
iildille, are defendiiDts, mid thut nid suit now
pending In id court. That thereupon a urr.rooi.s
wu isi-ued out of the i )erk' cilice of anid court.
In tuiil ttwr, returnable oo the aecond Monday of
renjunrr. n. u. irrn', ig n rerm 01 aiO COlin men
to lie noiiien at mo coart-houie in Cairo, in sai
eoiiniyoi Ajexanuer and mate or lllinol.
Cairo. December i, 1879. JOHN A. KEBYE.
Sum tl. r. Wiikixih, hol'n'or CoropVt. Cieik
Keroinaud F. Ho, er. Abbie 4. Ri2ifr anil W.
J. Try, arc hereby notined that ou the Wth d'.y ol
uecemner, n. n. iwicuaej u. 1'neian wnoauea
ks alirnee m nankrnptry of the estate of the Ccn
tral Sttvini' Hank, tiled hi bill of foreclosure, on
tte chancery sme or ino Aleiuniler coanty circuit
court, In the state or lllinol, wherein you are (!
leiuiunt. nu mitt shiu can ho i now pen.iini; in
f nld court, i imt tnereupon a sniumon wn IstuK
out of the cierk'a office ot sitld court Hcainsl jo I,
Muruauieon me second .v.on'jay In ehri ary,A
ii. i'i, to u term oi saiu court TLento te holtlen ;
Ihecoitrl house in Cairo, lu said coun'y.
Cairo. December ill, WD. John V. I'.cevr.
bA.ni.Ki. r, iicKLCii, fcol r for Conipl t. cieik
County of Alexander, t Circstt. Conit of Al.u ii
iler county, rehrnary Jeni A. D. isNj.
Martha Uiiuhrls!, )
v. - Dlvcrco. Je t'Latcrrv.
Amuavit of the non-resitience of Hobert l-lil, fcr t
tile aeleutluut anoe named, ..6viEe been t.e.i in the
omce of the Clerk of atu Circuit Court of Alexia'
d.r County, notice ! hereby cier. to tte mid non
reslUent Uelt ciiant that the cor.Hi UinaLt .'..is tiled
her bill of rnmpU'utin said Com: on the 1'hai.rcry
pjuu iuhhii uu me i:(id uiiy oi iieceiiiuer. A. .
itiv. anu tUal a Mimmoi.s theieuuon i..irl ov.
saiu I ourt against suid de.t-neaLt, rv'urcat e on
the 2nd Munuav of Frbraarv. A. D .Km . t l
i ..t. - ' . -
ow, therefore, ul. cm von. flit said Robert (:
Christ shhii personxiiy be lU iippi ar before fi e
si.ld Circuit Court of A.eiaEiAr county, on the f.rst
day ot the next term thereof, to t'e huldeu i.t the
Court House iu th- City of Cuiio. in said county, i n
the Jnd Monday of Februer A. 11. Ii11. t.nd Jiiei.d,
answer or oemur to tne saui loispininant tun
con.pluint. the same, and the mutter und lhiLt
tnerein ctarseti and suted. wm he tuken a cot
fossed. and a decree inlered 8t"it. vo-i ?iord.iij:
to the prayer of -aid bill. UUJ1N A JiEi.VE.
LEO . likMllltCKs, c 1. rk
Cairo. Dec. iTtfc. A D. :K9.
TATE OF ILLINOIS, ej
Alexander I ot.f.v. '
In the Circuit Court of AHxetctr it : : .tv.Tehi
ary Term. A. D. ISiKI.
J-iinc- ti. l.ee. )
v. i. Bin for Divorce.
Mary K. Lie.j
Allldavtt of the tOE-reidence o.' ?!..-v E. It
th-; abiiv ' ti.!.ied .e!i nls:it ha',!r.cbx ti - d :u l".
ot!:ceot the Clerk of Mild ifdn. I out ol A.erai
tier county, notice ! hereby fc'.ve t, tn :he .C Miry
i-te mat ttie ron.p.ainei-t r.leu fs Mil ol no,
Pluut in aid Court, on the Cr auce;,- ude ?ii re -
on theAth dsyof De ember lTi', .mil thut -a .in:
inoii thereupon issued oni o! sr.iu eort
attain: said deiecca:.t. returnable i.t tie ot.
.Monday ot Feor.arv next !. a by luv re, air-'
Now. unless you the said Mary E. Lee -l ull i.
onl!y be and apvear hefo: said Clr.nii' I'oi'r:
Alexander co.inty. ou Die tr: div of tue Lex: ,.
thereof, to he holdon it ti: U'.y t.f ''alro. in suid
coixty on the n-couu Motd.-.y of Febrjary A. D,
1W. and t'lead. answer or deicnr to the said com
.r.ijijIjI's of compUittt. thssti.e ai.d the n.ut
! at.(! thinfc ther'.L iharji e. ai.d stated will be
.lii.'i as (onIe--e.i. i,nd a deiree entered aca'.t
yor. a-'coriiitL' to tr.e prayer t f sid bii!.
JOHN A KEEVE.
Mitkft Jt I-r.iis. Cou t IuIli.i:' fo'.iiltci.
' siro, Iil.. Htc.-.T. '.
ale of Illii.o: l,
'ircr:it rtnnrt ef Ale' mi
tier Co.. feb'y t riu
Alexander Cou:.:y t
LUiie n a.aer
vs v Divorce.
Affidavit sf :b lion-re:deB'e of r.d.ir. Wa.k-i
The rielVndun' fctio.e naitied. tavi:..' been filed o
theotlice oithe cerk of saidcircuitcourt of Altxand-T
Co uity. notice i nen hy given to the suid not- re. i
iler.t ileffinliiiit that the complainant has filed her
bill tf cvujj'laiLt in atitl C'Onrt on th .'htnery side
thereof ol the l!dh day of December, A.D, IS'.'.i,
and that a s .rnaurtj tberi upon issued o ol s.iid
Court tti.'hiti'.t -nid uefundant. returnable ou the
econd Muttif.y ol February. A. D. llvil, as is bv ihw
Now. therefor, units you. the said Ruber:
w h.tcr shaii personally be and appear before the
said Circ jit i ourt of Alexander ( ouuiy on the frst
day of the next term thereof, to.be noldes at the
ourt Korsi in the CTtv of Cr.in. iu niii conn t v. on
the M i oLd Mondnv if Fehr.isrv. A. li.i!vSO. ki d
lo-ad. answer br demur to tie mid complainant
biil o! complaint, the same, and the ... alters i,l1
thibti" therein churired and stated, will be taken n
oLl'cssed. and a decree entered aeicst you accoiil
it'.o the prayer of said hill
JOHN A. REEVE. Ork.
0. W. IIENDRD-KS Con.p't Solicitor
December, luth. A. D. '.KC.
Fy virtue of" two execution ifued out of tte
clerk' office of the county court of Alexander
county, and State of Iilin;, and '.fine directed,
whereby I am commanded to make the amount ol
two certain judcenitcta recently obtained against
Jucob G Lynch iu favor of Hurvy (.'. Johns, and
William C. Johns, andont in favor of Jacob Traber
and William Atiburv out of the land, tenami-cts
foods and Chi.it ;) o'f the said Jacob I.. Lynch. I
have levied on the following desTlbtd proper: v,
to-wit: Lot numbered three (3) in block
numbered forty eipht (4M in the city
of Cairo. County of Alexander and Su.;'e
of Uliuois. Therefore, according to said com
mani, 1 shall expose for anle at public auction, ail
the rtuht, title and iaterest of the above named
Jacob O. Lynch in and to the above discr.bed
propertv, at 11 o'clock a.m., on Tuesdnv, the 'ird
day f February, livHi.at the westerly door of the
court house, m Cairo, Uiinoi.
Dated at Cairo, lilino.s. this fifth diiv of Jan
uary, IKtjy. JOHX HotM.JSH.
Skerlff Alexander County.
Mali' of Illinois
Aiexaudi r i ounty
In the Alexander Circiil
Court to the 1 eh y term
v. Ie fe'hnm ery.
Liwia F. Johnson )
Aflirtavn of to thu non-residence of Lewi John
son, the above named defendant havinR been Hied
In the ofliieof the Clerk ol said Circuit Court of
Alciatid'-r County, notice is hereby niven to the
suid Lewis Johnson, delendnnt, that the complain
ant llled her bill for a divoreu in said Court, ou the
Chancery fide thereof, on the T, Ih day of August
IKS, antf iLats summon thereupon Issued out of
said Court asrainst said defendant returnable on the
ind Monday of February, A. D. K-W), u is by Juw
Now c li s yin, the aid Lewi F. Johnson shall
personally be and appear before the suid Circuit
Court in Alexander County, on the first day of tho
next term thereof, to be holden In Cairo, at the
court house, in said county, on the second Mon
day of February. A. D. 18S0, aud plead, answer or
demur to the complainant's bill of compluint, thu
same ami the matter and thing therein charged
and stilted, will be taken I confessed and a decree
entered agulnt yon, according to the prayer of said
bill. MULKKY t LEAK, Comp't Bol'rs,
JOHN A. KEEVE. Clerk.
Dated thle lllth day of Dec. 1H79.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capltul riked. Yon can Rive the
buMlncs a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered fur
those willing to work. Yon sbouirt
ni try nothing clue till you see for your
self what yon can do at lhe btmlncB we offer. No
rwirn to explain hero. You can devote all your
Urn or only your spare time to the business, and
make great pay for every hour that yon work.
Wotueu make aa much a men. Send tor Kpeclal
Jrjvate terms and particular, which wo mail free,
Sjuntflt free, Dou'tcomplulu of hrd time while
on have such a cbunce. Addruss II. HA IJ.ETT A
CONSTITUTION WATER !
40 constitutFon WATER
I THKIIH TIMES A IXA.Y.
OtRKH BR10I1 r'8 DI8BAHK, INFLAMMATION
OF THE RIDNEYH, STONE IN THE BLAD
ItKR, CATAltKH OF THE BLADDER, OLKKT,
DlABBTEH. OKA? EL, BRIOK-DUST DEl'OSIT
OIULDUOOD WEAKNKH8. '
J, For Female Complaint a Ppw tallty,
For tais hy all DrngRisU. Send for etrcnlar.
t HOBQAM A ALLXK. BO John St., X. Y.
13. 14.S0. $C
Direct from tho Manufacturer ot Wholesale Price.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO., .
MONTREiVL, 214 St. Lawrence St.
From thiday up lo Christmas, wc will forward our magnificent unil,i,i -., , . .
th price at whirl the amo are .old hy watchmaker. foVtfiS , lnt f "t 'Ld11""?1"1''1 w.l,"f' ' '"
is hu, them from tbo manufacturer, too. We are manufacturing a. aVl' KCULTy
The keyless mechanism to a watch I. one of the treat modern Improvement. i J.,.v , ' .U"'.
away with the old fashioned key. with which so many tersou, ha e rSlned ihsi W.01rk' U do''"
wound by ttiri.lnc nurled knob, placed on the baudfe or bow lisu-ad ff l,v J "i u: '
band- are set in tEe same way. ,tb the addition or pressluB i an all Prolc'ction oni?I in ry mf.BL"' ihe
The advantaiteaof these improvement are obviou. the c.sJwhlch T never nrrt i l,h' "i'1? t,r,'1"' t"
made a.r tieht and du-t tij-.h't. thus prvservlny much longer the luidlty of the oil .n i'd ,D wlB,lll"L'' U
the iiiUTV! between the necessary cleaning ef Ike watch "u"1"' " ud (rreatly prolongii,'
AVe An ward port free and duty
llTuCi: VIArvi -m.. .....
.uvnti. -.se, silver pitttea,
aide tor o:mcn, school boy., etc
(.OLD FI.ECTFO-1'LATED case, will
ti'r-'Vi' SILVER case, ez-inu-turted, lever nioveincnl, crystal ;lai,unk second,
) wcl'.tij ;u C Loles,...
ELEOANT SILVER ni'NTING case, engraved, l.Ily (lulrhed niovcment, itink
.conis. throtomettf Ulaice. Jtv. eli'd in 10 hole, one of thebet silver watches made
'J0-.D cue, torlion:: rr.ovpitent, fat and elegant. Jeweled throughout, snnk ec
otd. rrj .ttl las, er.jrraved or plain polished cte
ly ii;f,cC o
..OLD, Lalf Uttir.i; case, ury superior movcmenl, extra Jeweled, rich
CA;:AT i-OLD. Luttlr-case, richly enjraved, Skeleton Lever nmvewent, Gold
or Er.air.il D:!.l, sr.iU st toLds, Compensation Ealauce, etc
IS CAL AT ;0U), Hucticc case, lest and can-felly examined Skeleton Li ver move
n:ef..;. ..led inLo'esCuM Ealanre, wilh ill the latest iinpioveiucuts, spleudld
detctti'.'il double liLMing ,ac
C'EKC'NOYETER WAU1I, Lle),!y fni.bed chrotometer movement Jeweled
'.hrniflyj.:. with all ti,Ut..i inprov. ineuts, In double-bottomed eujrite-tnrned, plain
rl. 'II or St.JltV.
1: .arat -old tuutiiS
'Bii v"10l.l.. HI
l H KCNcMETLIi-CALENDAR WATCH, with centre lecond. hand, aiarklms
.V .r'h ti seti t.ds.show:tgondiaI,d.yot the nisnth, month of the year, aud day of
:ho week, wi-.h K-st chronometer movement, carefully examined, in splendid decorated
or p'ain polished xira strong hunilrg ca-e. This watch 1 generally sold by retailer.
All the aujve Watches iu smaller Fixes fur Ladies at the same prices.
Mon.-igrau?, Amis or Otis will be engraved
nit additional cost.
wat. h i. forwarded to us post free. All Rold case.
wty hes the ia. are best Sterling Sliver.
lerfon resimsgin any part of the country nei o
orStr to our Montreal Branch, as they msy rely upon
il no: giving :he roost complete satisfaction, will be
may he ent t'ther in Bi.iik notes or by l'ot ofite
orue.-s of ti Rt-d more wstcLes.
OPINIONS OF THE I'KESS.
From the "Semaine Indalrielle" Pan, Fr.uce. m Sept.,
D.e t'iro. s. e
wtt., he at the J ri e. and froa the ma.nituKC of
enved '.be impres of public opinion.
o "' f'"'"'
f.Bj''Ht''u't,T,V':''ZUIB'',!,J '' "h
Address: MAXFliEU JiELMONT cv Co.
Hox loiy, MO.VTHKAL, I
a. I VI
Adcbc.s 1403 Chotoau Avenue, St. Louis--.
We Doiie to call Your attention to Uur
WHICH IS NOW COMING
WALTER'S PATENT ESCAPE OR
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietor! of Steam Engines to the use of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is effected. Tho Vulve being cloned on the ndmisHion of gte.nn and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder in kept dry when the engine is not working, as tho Valves aro then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay its price in the saving of fuel in a very
short time, and will last over ten years.
ty State and County Rights for Sale. Apply ly letter or in person at 911 CatulpW
rent, St. Louis.
jmid, at tlui lVillowiiip; prices:
open face, Jeweled In 4 holci
. very suit-
lias, iiiuk second,
case. oid or hsrd white enamel dial, wltli
on the backs ot the Gold Watche wltl,.
r wiil be imreedialelv forwarded, ready for immediate ne and securely oack.rt
The reKularity and precision cf Its moven.uit and coLscientiou. worlimansbio
ir three years, during wh ih beilod no rhure.. iii s,. t... .7.. 7. rJp
n.aOe and sold I y ui are 18 carat fine, and In'blltr
i 1 ""
not hesitate to forward their I'ott Office or B.uksr'.
receivira the exact wut h or.lered by them whii
willingly exchanged or the money returned' Money
A UlKcoUtit ofiio. c. Will be allowed l.,r
their business, we may fairly lud-e that thev h.v.i ,1
1 3 i " ,MJ L"u re'
lo-nna watcnes at the nm.t t.rin .,, v...
From the "P.i.rfl.i.n J.t.&1' .11 ..--o
,0,;u,,00l nd Jrble watch at moderate 'price,
INTO GENERAL VSE.
HEADS BROKEN OUT.