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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1S60.
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OFFICIAL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Mr. Pace's bill for the restriction of
Chinese immigration i, in tffecr, like the
measure which received the president's veto
A Pakis journal urges a reasonable in
trcaac in the number of French consuls in
America, ami that diplomatic relations with
Mexico L re-established, in order to save
France from the los of thoe markets in
liich she has hitherto held the first nnk.
Kfcp-RESL.NTATivE'i of ssv-r.il of the lead
ing riilro.ids will apjwar Ix.Ture a commit
tee of the house this week to argue against
the llrr a. is'.er-state couix .rce bill. Mr.
French, auditor of niir ;ad accounts in the
treitfin-.eiprev tLe b-Ii-rt that imjrtact
!; .''.slit : )n aiT.-cf.ng trasrjrtutica will be
hid during the prv.-ot sitssi-'in.
TiiE p.iilaJelpti B-Jllctia is a bitter
robd !iret. It co-:iij':!s the Miine Ikpub-l.ca-is.
"Itz-aisranr si every -tep. J'esUt
by every jswans. Always resistance."
N'o further deiuunstration of the revolution
ary natore of the Ii-publican pirty is r.ec
tsfcar)1. Mexicaciit;on ;a their watch
w jr 1.
DtTAiusof the recent outrage on citiens
ul' tlie United States at Lauayra, Venezuela,
w hich have just been received, show it to
have been an affair which the j,'0vemment
cannot well overlook. An American citi
zen who had received certain commercial
concesMous found them suddenly infringed.
Securing the services of the consul, he
lodged his protect with the Venezuelan
president, which so incensed the people,
who in the course of time had become in
tensely jealous of him, that they attacked
the two men, tore down the American flag
under which they sought protection, and
would have killed them had they not escaped
to a vessel then lying in the harbor. This
craft then sailed suddenly for New York,
where it arrived with the indignant mer
chant and consul on Saturday.
T u ere is no use for the Republican or
gans to play their old hypocritical holy
Jiorror dodge, with reference to the evi
dence of brilwry of the meanest description
on the part of the Republican leaders in
Maine to get control of the Legislature.
The crime is saddled on them and they
u't wriggle out of it, or get rid of it, or
get rid ot it through the "pious dodge.''
Both Hamlin and Blaine are utterly unscru
pulous politicians. The pledge of govern
ment ofliccs points to the Maine Senators as
Ihe corrupt agents. The thousand dollar
bribes came from the corruption fund at
Washington, from which the Republican
leaders have been liberally supplied. The
aiirtiest hands in Maine to-day belong to
the Republican leaders, yet they are ap
jilauded by the Republican organs all over
Mu. Assistant Pottmaktkii Gk.nekai.
Heady is likely to get all the investigation
fee wants in the matter of the Star-service
contracts, if the investigation is to be
thorough one, it will undoubted prove that
Brady has continually and fraudulently al
lowed his favorite contractors additional
compensation, to that stipulated, from time
to time. The Star service is that portion
of the postal service off the railroads and
water routes, and Brady has given his fa
vorUes 2,000,000 ia excess of the appro
priation. This Is in direct violation of Un
law, which provides that no official shall
incur any liability whatever on account of
the government, in any one fiscal f year, or
"involve the government In any contract for
the future payment of money in excess of
Mich appropriations." Urady has allowed
the contractor on the route from Fort Worth
to Fort Yuma tlCOOO additional compen
sation yearly, and tins is but one instance
iu tunny of his violation of the law.
Messrs. Illackburu, Blount and Cannon, of
the House, will begin the investigation of
Mr. Brady this week.
Wanted. Sherman Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 per mouth and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as alove.
Cincinnati Enquirer: "Senator Pendle
ton proposes an amendment to the Bayard
tiuancial resolution which is adroit and
sweeping. 1 lie essence 01 u is mat me ua-
tional banks shall keep tlieir reserve in
coin, and not in the greenbacks or treasury
notes, which Buyard or the national banks
do not like. This is in the direction of im
proving tin; national bank system, and, of
course, Bayard and the money jwwer. in
cluding the national banks will favor it. if
they do not we will listen to their argu
ments against coin. We will hear tlieiu ex
plain how impossible it is to get coin, and
how unjust this proposition is to the na
tional banking svsteiii.
A newspaper man of IX-troit, Mich., Mr.
C. Marxhausen, pronounce St. Jaeobs Oil a
great blessing to humanity: he claims it to
have cured Siree cases of Khe'.miatism in
Ids immediate family, and has heard of sim
ilar good results from his friends and neigh
bors. LONGEVITY OF FISHES.
Washington letter to the Hartford tCoun.'i
Times: Some days ago I had occasion to
make some inquiry into the age of fishes,
and was surprised to find that they lived so
long. Thinking that there are others vfhu
know as little alwut the subject as I did, I
append a letter I received from Professor
Spencer W. Baird, United States fish com
missioner, who is the best authority in the
world on fish. He writes: 'There i.s, I lx;
lieve, authentic evidence to show that carp
have attained an age of two hundred years.
There i3 a tradition that within the last fif
ty years a pike was living in Russia whose
age dated back to the fifteenth century.
The fish is said to have been eighteen feet
long. This, however, is not considered
very n iiah'e. But there is nothing t.i pre
vent a fish from living almost indefinitely,
as it has no period of maturity, but grow s
with each year of life. In species like mam
mals ami "birds, where there is a limit, a
definite term of years is generally the rule."
There are now some gold-fi-h here, in the
aquariums of the United States botanical
garden, that are fifty years old. A gold-fish
dealer in Baltimore showed me sorue gold
fish that he had kept in his aquarium f'-r
H;M0EiiiioiDs I suffered terribly. Had
made arrangements with a prominent sur
geon to operate. A friend a.Ivw-d me to
try Giles' Liniment and Pills. I did so,
and to my unspeakable joy, got immediate
iclir.f, an.l am now riiri:il. .1. L. KeiJIli".
Metropolitan Hotel, N. Y. Giles' Pilis
cures Kr.euruati.sm. sxM oy an druggists.
Send lor pamphlet. Dr.Giles. 12') We-t
Broadway, N. Y. Trial size 2 cents.
.d by Barclay Bros.
My good woman whv are vou so out (.f
'orts,never able to tell folk sthat you are well !
Te n to f te it all e ausd in the first place
bv habitual constipation, which has no
loubi finally caused derangod Kidnevs and
Liver. The sure cure for Constipation is the
celebrated Kidney-Wort. It is also a spec
ific remedy for all Kidney and Liver dis
eases. Thousands are cured by it every
month. Try it at once.
WHAT STRONG IjRINK WILL DO.
Mr. Gough tells the following story. I
knew a man who was startled with a face
peering out at him from the wall : he wer.t
up to it and wiped it out, and stood back
airain, and still it was there; he went up to
it again and wiped it out, and stood back
it was there yet. His very hair seemed
to stand with horror as he went up to it,
and with a terrible blow of his fist struck
the wall and left it marked with blood. He
stood back again it was there; lie went
and beat, and beat, and beat, till he had
broken the bones of his hands, with beat
ing out that which was palpable to him;
and yet he was conscious, and the conscious
ness thrilled through his frame with horror,
that it was but a phantom of his imagina
tion. Let a man suffer that six days and six
nights; let a physician sit by hia tide and
tell him, "Now, sir, if you drink again you
wnl suiter again."
"But, doctor, I will never drink again:
doctor, the thought is too horrible; I shall
never suffer it, for I will never take drink
nd once more healthy blood caurses in
that man's veins, and in the emphatic lan-
ruage of scripture, he "seeks it yet again,
and again lie Is brought down, again he en
dures it all, and again the physician sits by
"You remember that which I told you?''
"If you drink again you will have it
again, and do not Bend for me, for you will
die; your constitution will never endure an
other such struggle you will die."
And yet he rises from Ins couch of agony,
"seeks it yet again," and again he is brought
down, and his poor shrieking spirit flies in
disgust into eternity from the loathsome
carcass that he has made of the glorious
body "so feaifully ami wonderfully made"
jy (joU. lie knew all the way along it must
be so. Such is the terrible slavery of in
temperance. A Medicine Suocld kot iib Gcaobd by
the suddenness and violence of its effects.
Self-evident as this proposition would seem,
there are many foolish persons who are con
tent only witli a remedy which acts abrupt
ly. The pill and other nostrum venders
who trade upon the credulity of this class,
find their "best holt," as poor Artemus
Ward termed it, in the sale of violent pur
gatives. Bo long as they wrench the bow
els of their dupes sufficiently, tbev are Drot-
I ty sure of a certain measure of success. It
Instead of such pernicious rubbith, Hostet
tcr's Stomach Bitters is ucd, the results
are widely different. The ltowels are re
lieved, but always gently, by this pleasant
laxative, which does not weaken but invigo
rates them, and endows the co-operative or
gans of digestion and bilious secretions
with activity and regularity, strengthens the
constitution nnd physique, and while it is
safe in its constituents,! sufficiently prompt
AND OTHERS SEEKING
H K A. L T H ,
Strength and Enenry,
wi niot'T thk vse y nitl'i.s. ARK rk-
tJl KsTKIt TO SKMi t'OH "T11K hl.ht TRIC
KKVIKVtV AN Il.l.l'sTRATKD JOLK
N A I.. WHICH IS H fil.IHKD
VOU KHKK UISTHIBI TION.
TT TliKATS upon IIKALTH. HYMKNE. and
1 I'hN-UaJ t'ulturr. and l a complete tnryclov
d.a oflufurmsilnn fur lu.iiid aud tioe who aiiffrr
from Nityiii;. Kxhau-iiu,' and PaiLful Ditcax'.
hwrv u hj re i that hcr- uuon health aud human
happ'iai'. nn-ive att't.:ion in it pace: and the
n.ai.v u,u tUiu k-d by eufrerins invalid, who
h'tve'di'iiared ol cure, are anwerrd. and .valnablv
information i vuitiuieercd to all who are in need of
Th atibjeii of Electric hA'.t vervn Medicine, and
the hnudtvd aud one quvHioc" of vital importance
lojr!iin4 humanity, ar'.-daiy cLf!derva and ex-
And oth-r who unVr front Norvos and uhiral
Debility. Lot of Manly Vii;or. Premature Kiha.n
lion aijd the many jrloomy con.o,ni .-nee of rarly
indiscretion, etc.. are especially bi-neSttd by coii
tnltlng ifa content".
The "ELECTRIC REVIEW expue th" unraill
Cited frand practiced by qnack and medical in:
potorj who profess to practice tr.edtcnc," and
otn' out the only afe. fimple, and .f'e tive road
to IK-alth. Vigor and Bodily J.nerzy.
send yoaradcrf on poctal card for a ropy. tr.J
Information wurth thos'and will be sent yu'v
Adi'.ren. the puMi-her.
lTLYERMAfHF.R GALVANIC CO..
for. Eighth & Vine Street. f'ineiimi:i. .
('ongbf. Cold. CorinmptIon. A
thuia. tr'nctlti. and ail o'h-r
Throat and Lnnz ASretion Er
dorid bv the Pr and Psyn
ciaD. l'&ken Ny thoaeaad it
It It to F.iUi.
Toll-Gate Xo. i'lfd
Tj obii-ct to tind ?etd f.nrap for rafkiir"
Dn. E C. ABBEY'. B-;fa.o. N T.
W00P ANIK OAL
D'-i'.er !r. Ui k!rC of
Cord Wood, Stove Word,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YAR!:
Tenth Street. Bftwefn Wa-.hint't'-u !:'.
Vi!.ter's i;l"i-k. Corner "eTHriih tr,t and Ct m
meri il Avenue,
D'-'.f o to inform the c';:iz-r, Cairo . .'..i.itv.
thai rt: liar a
New ami Larire Stock of (owls
VU'ib. -te will e;l at A'.f. Ai. .)r.eoj..-t!r.k' of
Rats and Roiinets.
And Fine Imported How for I.adie and hiiCr;n.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very lalet delim. Pricr low a po
ib'.e and coi"! maiiti'd in plain tttir. Will n"t
be undersold. Oil aud examine. No trouble t.i
howRooda I.a'iie Lo do not ee what th'-y
v.-ant will pit. ae a for 1'.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, .lane It, tte boat will make
the foilowlnc trip:
LKivf, Mara tuyia
Poot Fourth t Mlrioorl Land'g Kentucky Ld'f.
S a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
9 a. bi.
3 p. m.
S:no a. m,
10::t0 a. m.
B a. to.
J p m.
& p. Bl.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
OTATE OF ILLINOIS, I
O County of Alexander, I Circuit Court of
ander uinnty, February term, A. l. 1SK'.
Divorce. In Chancery.
Ainaavit oi tne non reaiuence ot frank Utility,
tl-e defendant above named, bavins been died lathe
offlcc of the clerk of uld clrcait court of Alexandur
county, notice I hereby iriven to thetald non real.
di:nt defendant, that the complainant ha Sled her
bill of complaint In aald court on the chancery aide
thereof on the V7th day of IJecember. A. 1). PCS. and
that aauinmona thereupon Uauedoulof aaid eonrt
aiiainai aain ueienii'ini, reiurnanie on uie Xnd Mon
day of February, A. 1. 1KM0, a la by law required.
Novr. therefore, uniea yna. the laid Frank (Jul it.
Icy. ahull peraonally be and appear before the raid
Circuit court of Alexander county on the flrat day
of the next term thereat, to be holdvn at the conn
bonae In the city of Cairo, In aaid county, on the
euond Honda of February. A. I). 1H. and olnad.
anawer orderaorto the aairl complainant' hill of
cnmphlnl, ibb aanie, ana uie natter and tuinir
therein rharirrd and dated, will be taken a Con-
fe-aed, aud a decree entered agalnat yon according
to tu prayer oi aaia sui.
J0H5 A. RREVK, Clerk,
Wm. B. HiRpKicxt, Couslaloaat'i KeUaltof,
' Deecubar liT, A, i. VfT.
K. I. B..'teraod Jol'a E T-i.krr are hwhi tot
ted. mat on the 117th y eif December. A H. 1?C,
(.'uarle C. Holteo, bo ' a receirw of the e
Lite of the Safety t)eiott Life In urauce company.
died t: ti'l of fore;!oetr in the circuit caurt of
A!'X:,tidr contty. I.linuia. on the chancery a.ae
thereof. herein rot, toeether witfl c. C. Brown,
,Tiim. W Fdc. Lincoln I'abon, and Francla A.
li,d'i;e. an defendant, and 'hat raid toll U now
pend-.stf'u aldtonrt. That ttererpon a unttmort
Hti i':ed OJt of t'je elerh' oflice of Mid court.
in &!.! rse. retnrnuh'e ou the ecocd Mouday of
I-,-tiraary. a. ii. inmi, io a tenn or aiu court then
to be h.il'n n at the cnnrVhObe iu t airo. In aid
oiintr ol Alexander and atate of Illinol.
Cairo. Jeerr.hra. l7i. JOHN A. ItEEVE,
Sir. 'ki-P. WmauB. ol'rforConipl'. Cleric
e'. ri'inund 7. Roller. Ahhie A Roner and V.
.1. "'r.wy. are her'by notKed tlat on the iSth dyof
li'icMSvr. a i. isv. Micnaei 11. t heltn wnoauea
a alienee : 1 anhrupii'T of ue etat of the Cen
tral navicc Eioik. tied hi bill of l'orecio3re, on
thechnEcery aiee Of the Alexander eonuty circuit
court, in the f.nte of 1. 1. no , wherein yon are de-
r- niuLl". ue'-' .J. aio came ) now penain; in
raid tourt. That thereupon a umraoni was ierned
ont oi the t.ers otnee ot ald court e?a'nt yoa,
retarnabie on th econd Monday in Kebruarv. A.
I) iswj. to a terra of tmid court thf n to hoidi n in
thecuurt'houve iu i :m. in ta:d eounty.
Cairo, I)ei ember W. ls:n John a. Rnavi.
S.ett P. Wuxsian, "ol'r for rompl't. clrk
CTATE Or ILLINOIS, .
Couity of A!:xna-r. t .'inn:t t our! of A.txar
der coun'y, lebrjry lire A. D im).
Martha l-t.'ch.:--. I
v. Lti.or' r. i.. Ctancery.
ASdavit of the coa-rraideec-? of H.rurt Uiknr.nt
thebefendnst a'ove tamed. havine been clAi in the
oft' e 'jf the Clo-k of aid Circuit i onrt of Alexan
der County, notice i" her-bv ijien to th Mid Don
re.d'Dt netentiunt that the (ompla:nant ta filed
h'r bi.i of o:..pUint In aaid Co ir: vinthe Chancery
ic!e tt'-reof ot the '.Tth diy of Itccecber. A. Ii.
Ir7Sf. and teat a "umnoc tker-apon icued ont of
m u court auaiiiei ea;d ue:Vn:ant, reti.mabte on
tte iLtl Mucdy of KcVrui.r.' A il :Sm', t ia by
Now, iterrfor. un!,' yoc. :hi- n.id Rober: Gi!
' hrit (.ball personally he nd appear before the
aid ('.rcit Co :r: of Alezaodrr tonty. on the flrn'.
ij o? the mxt V-nrt '.b'teof. to be ho! !t -it the
Court H'me in th- City of Cairo, in mid co.r.ty, on
the jnd Monday oi E-'brunry A. 1). '.ss'J. and pled.
acwer or deiuar :o tr.e '.d cotcplajcsst b.ll of
'oranlainr. the sc.'1, ar.d the mht-er nnd thitc
tU-rem charged aad "Uted. will ie ukea a c.n
!'eeii. and a dor re,- entered aint yo-j arcord.r
'J the prayer of aid bi:i. J .'11N A KHEVE.
r.a J'A. Hksdri' s. Cierii
. ompii-.ttunt' Soiii.t ."r
Ca-ro. !)?.:. .Ttl. A. I). :tr.
CTATEfK ILLINOIS. - w
3 A'.esend'T i. ininty. t
la to Circuit Court of A'-eir..-
arv Term. A. H.lSw).
J.irae" B. Lee. )
. f n i . -
Mr.r E. Le-.)
Affidavit of the Eon rc-t.ltite (if !n E.
the cbo-.- nac:jd dvf'-ndf ct '..avitu ie l I etl n,
oSce ot the tWttt of a:d Cinnit Cot't. of Aleiat
der coun'y. rmtice i iiercby ii .en to -he i. d Mar
E Lee 'ijt the co.T.p.'ainant f.l-.-': hi ril! of eon-'-plaint
la aid Co-rt. ou tte Ct :n ' ii- t-rc-;'.
on the -.Tth day of l e emin-r ii'.'. tint a
ra'iL' ti.ereiipct. i-jed o-t "1 n'.' eo'.r:
ffa!i;t a'd defetdas:. retn.'c''. -it. tr.e e-oi.i:
Monday of Kilr.ii.-y ie'il a i- V v ;w re:.-oJ.
N.. sale yoa the JJiry E. ;n.-r
B!!y be s rppear re-forv a:l '-.r.-n ''oir; of
Aiei'-.nd.-rcj'in'y. on if dav ', tte uest trr.,
th'-r-o:'. -.o b- r.ol-j-n is :;j c'f 't'.ro. in ral-J
couety on 'l otid M .td.iy '! :ruary A i.
an:', pie J. aner or i -uur to tie raid coin-p'.a-Latt'o
ti.J ; - i.Uiii'.-int. tr.e .s- am' tse n:at
tui ;t.iii;-tuer-ii; ir.ttiited and "tilled Kill be
tu' -! m ''iLf, h-'i. and a decre-: -ot-red fcaic-'
y.u a-c-rfd.t2 to tte y.av.T of -sid bill.
' J'.'N A REEVE.
MtXt A LttK. ' oi; ;;.;:L..t:'i s;
'I! NCEKV NeTICE
vate .if I'.".i:,o-.
It ( hnrcrv :
Co ::itv. r.oru -
l c r ('. Kor.'-.t Wi k. f
,.-r- lls:'1. bav.nr bei u r.lnl :n
rh "! -B.-J c.rrsitconrt o! A V;cr
: t.i rt-br riven Tu tte ton- !:
(i-ii' i'e!eta-.r;i tiia '.!. c.m;,l:iant ha Sled her
Wi: o:' ore ir.it.t '.r. ea.ii our. on theCfcaaeery aide
thereof on the l;;n day of Decern b- r. A. Lif JiT.
and th...: a -a!t,.cn 'rerecnija ie3-d ,:.'. of . d
t'otirt u:n,:f-'- --.id defrjg,,E- r'-'.nrrab.'e nn tt.e
end V tt,u "i F Mruary. A. 1). iJft-'i. ae i by law
V,w. :l'.- -rVif. .nie. :te eaid P.obr!
"A'i' f.-i .,. J,, .)i,al;j be ar.a :.t.n..r b. :r- -Lt
-a.u 1 r-ui: C ..-.rt of Alexander ''old. y oa the nit
y! 'h n-a term tb-r-of, to be nold- at tie
' oun in th'.-Cit of i i.iro. io ! Coanty. on
:l : "e. ,rd Monday f KeV.arv. A. Ii. :n, an:
fii- .'l ir .v -r or tl- U) :r to th" laid toaipllDant
ti.i "l eomp'.wn- the -an:-, ari: tie rnatter and
tnit.c t.iere.n it arc d and etated. wi.! fe tkea
on:-ed. and a uecree t'.r-6 Sfiiine'. you secrd
it. r to the pravtr of ad t.i:'
J' HiN A. REEVE. irk.
G.W. HENIj.HI' KS Cou:p t Sul.c-.tor
lit-'.' mV-r. 19th. A. V.
Ky v.r. -e of two e.vi'.utioit i-i-ue 1 ont of tte
ilerk'e ofice of 'he cum'y losrt of Alexander
county and Mate of Illir.on, and in n;u direrfd.
w her.-cy am conitnuiid-1 to rniike th? saoirant ii
two n-rtuin j'idijementa reeeptiy obtained atrainet
.Jacob i Lvn.hla lavor of llarvy C John, an I
William C. )ohn. andone in favor of Ja-obTraber
tnd William Atibury out of the land, lenaniente
sooie and Chattel- of the Mid Jacob (i. Lynch, f
have levied on the folio int deenb d property
to-wit: Lot nnniH-red three (3) in bi'icK
nuir.bereu forty riant (4S) in the city
of t iTK, ' oun; of Alexander and ftv.e
of Illinois Thor-iore. arcordirz to raid com
mand. I eh.ill ein(, - for ale at nublic anction. ail
the ri.'ht, title and iaterett of th'! aboe named
Jacob G. Lynch ,n and to the a.iove dencr.bed
property. alllo'riur am , on Tuen(iay. the :ird
day of Eebrtiary, isHl'at the westerly door of :be
cor.rt no'j. in t mro. liiit.oi-".
laed at Ca.ro. Hiiro;, tin fifth day of ."ai-
U-y, .lOHK IiOlK.t.
saeriE Alixanuer Co..nty.
UANCtilY N OTIC a'
at-; of I.linoia i
In the Ainandw Circuit
Alexander ( O'Ji.ty I
.viary Jonnaou i
Lewia Y. Jobraon )
ASidav:t of to the non-reaidrtii'e of lx-wi John-
on. the i)ov-lamea litfenoant hhvlnp been sled
in the ofLceof the Ci'-rk of aaid Circuit Court of
Alexander I'ounty, notice Is hereby trlven to the
aald Lewi- ibnaon. defendant, that the con'j'lalu
ant riled her ,111 for a dlvorec in aaid Conrt, on the
Chancery i.e there if, on the '7th day of Augaat
lhTV. atiu tr. .; a aummon tnerenuon lauei out of
laid Court a.'ainat aiiid defendant returnable on tbe
utid Monday of February, A. 1). 1HH). a I by law
Sow un!' -h von. the aald Lewi r. Jobriaon nhall
peraonall. be and appear before the aald Circuit
Court of '..cxaiiderCounty, on the llret day of tbe
nextter:;. -.u--r'")f. to beholden In Cairo, at the
court hoiite, in aald county, on the. awmd Mon
day or leliruary. A. U. IMf), and pieau. anawer or
demur it the complainant' bill of complaint, the
aame and the matter and thlnir therein cburced
and atated, will bo taken a confeaaed and a decree
entered agalnat yon, according to the prayer of aald
bill. Ml'LKHY dc LEAK,Cotnp t Sol'ta,
JUII. A. ItCftM C, l.lern.
Dated thi 19th day of fcec. 1H7I.
A WEEK In your own town, and bo
capital naked. Yoa can R.ve the
bualnea a trial wltbont expenae.
The boat opportunity ever offered for
time a wllllntr to work. Yon abonld
try nolhini elao till you nee for yonr-
aelf what yon can do at tbe baaiucaa we offer. No
room to explain here. You can devote all your
time or only your apare tlma to the bualnea, and
make (treat pay for every hour that yon work
Women mako a much aa men. Bend for tpec.lal
Jirlvat terma and particular, which we mall tree,
;5 outfit free, llon't complain of hard time while
you have ucb a chance. Addroe Ii. HAIXETT A
CO., Portland, Maine.
40 CaONSTITUTION WATER
THUKKTIMHH A 1JAY.
CURBH BRianr'H DI8Ka.BR, 1NFT.AMMATION
OK TUB K1IINEYH, HTONK IN TUB BLAD
DER, CATARRH OP TUB BLADDER, OI.RKT,
DIABRTK8. GKAVKL, BKICK DUHT DIPuHIT,
For Femitle CompUlotn f pixUIIrr,
For a4lbyallDruirlU. Send for elrcula.
MOBUAN ALLEN. S JoU 8t, H. Y.
Wif W ATCHES. "teW
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Trice.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
1JA Iiltt, France,
G EN .E V A , Swi tzerlnnd.
MONTREAL, 21 4 St. I .awrencc Ht.
trou tti dav up to CbrUrmat. we will forward onr ma-uldceut aud world renowned wau lie al ha f
he price at "bleb the .ante are old hy watchmaker, for the latter do not mB.if.ciure IB m. bni h,'i
to buy them from tbe manufacturer, too. We arc manufacturing aa a bPKCIAl.TY keyleaa wauh"
Tte keylen ntecbanlara to a watch I one of the great modern Improvement In watch mirk it .I,.-,,
away with tbe old laahioned key. with which o ruafiy peraona have rained ibel ' wMche.' he'w.ic ll
ound by turninit a narlrd knob, placed on tbe haridfe or bow Inate.d of I y he ordinary mean. b
hand are el in the ..me way. will, the addition of pre.al . .mall projection oi I the WSfrti?
1 be adyantace of theae mprovemenU are ohviou. the caae which never need be opened In w IndiiiL ''
W. forward porn free and duty paid, at tli? tidloMintf piicps:
STROSG NICKEL c.ae, iliver plated,
)Ie for w iikMen. acbool boy, etc
GOLD ELECTRO-PLATED cae,iv,ill
STOUT SILVER c.isc. eneice turned,
jewelled In 6 hole
ELEtiANT SILVER HI NTING t.-c,
iond. t:hronon.eler biure. Jew-led In
I GOLD ta.-f, borjonta! movement, fiat
otda. cryi-ta! c.... engraved or plain po!l-h'd iae.....
It CARAT GOLD, tii.f hf.ntllii ia-e. V'-ry atiperior Biiim uient. extra jt-we'.i-a. nth
y . is"f. -d or plain policed
CARAT GOLD. tuntln;ca'. richly engraved, skel.-tmi Lever nioveinem. Gold
or Encme! Dial, luck aecobiN. Coii.lK-Beaiion Ba'ar.ce etc
i CAET GOLD. HunllLt caae, be-t aud c.n fiiliy ex.nlucd ."k'-Ietou Lev. move
r.er.t.je. lid iu 1 ho',e Mold Balance. ith all the Istvt Impiovc !iiej:t. .pUedtil
d runted double bnutiof ca
( ER0N0VETER WATCH, b!Kbl Ctiebed ihrotin.eter mov,..nt jewtka
tirou;bost. with a.l tte leto-t luiprov, men!. Indouble-boitoniedniiie-!rr.ed. plain
po'.!hd or en;ratu. IS carat gold huntiig t'e. -old or hard tile 1 titrrei ,tii
CHRONOMETER-CALENDAR WATCH, with loure finda Land. Karkiac
fc .r-h of at '.ond. ahuwing on dil. dy ot (he mauth. month of t!.e jar. and day of
tl-.- wet k. :th bet chronometer movenienl. carefully fumiued, in apl' Lilid decorated
or plain poiiahed extra atrong huntitj: c ,'. Tbl watch ia nerally told l.y retallera
) at frora Ju0 to
All the abjve Wafch'.'s in fraalli r siza, for Inlica at tlie .-anie firiec-s.
MocotTicia. Ariiia or Cry:s, will lc enp-aveil on the 1-aiks ot the Gold Wtt-he- with
nut aJtlitioual co,t.
Every waf.b aked for will be Immediately lorwaidi d. readv for immediate uu aLrt eecurch j.ack, d
.n a f.ne Moiorco ci.e. The refniarlty and preciaum of ita nunecieni and rnnacit uliou. worlin nefc:p
i warranted in wntins; for three ye.ra. dorlci: which pi-nod no rhtre will be aade for repaira. 11 the
watch ia forwarded to u poat tree. All gold cat e made ami aold I y u are la rrat tine, and in -.iv r
a atcuea the ca are bet Sterling Silver.
Peraona reaiditein any part of tbeconntry need not heaitate lo forw ard their PoalGrTireor Banktr
order to our Montreal Branch, a they my rely fp,m n-ceivin (he exact watch ordered by them, whiil,
if not piviLg the tuol complete aatiafaclliiD. will 1 wiliineiv cicbarii-ed or the money returned. Money
may be ect either in Bank Botea or by Pot tflice niouey order. A diacount of 0 p. c will be ailowi-d ! r
order, -if ; atd mure watcae
OPINIONS OF THE J'UEijS.
From the --Semajie lndutrielle" Pin. Frsnte. , it., ia;; .
The S.-m, &aw uuderatand. do. x-ot proie.f to n;k wat'lie. at trie loweat price, drit the bi-t
' :b" at tt- pri.-e; and from tbe tnlDitiidr of their bu!r.e.. e n.av fair y Judpe trial th y bete re
cel.ed tte tt;,re.a of public opinion.
From tbe ' Bordeaux Journal" 44 Mai. l-:v
v,e can cir.aci' c:ion!y rei'ininend ail to watt to buy a ttood and durable wat, b at mode rate pr e,
Ij o '.- it t He'rr.-ir.t A Co.
Address: MAXFRKI ) UEL.MONT & Co.
n..x ltufj, MONTiiKAi., i;t;.
The Great Carriage Manuraeturinu; IIoue of the World.
, To) IJutrios and Phaetons,
Hot materia!, goo.1 workmanahip, haii'.l-onte Ky'.c-;, strong and
durable vehicles in every reject.
Manufactured by EMERSON,
in every part of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their vork is warranted, They have received
testimonials from all parts ot the country of purport similar to the lollowing, hundreds
of which are on file subject to inspection :
Meaar.. Rmxbon Fianaa Si Co. : Gai.va, Iu.., July 14. 1870.
I have uaed one of your Top Bnglea three yeara,
and they have given me perfect tutufactiou and aro
Meaar. Coptocr & Joonhon.: NtwBKKRT. a. C, July 17, 1870 .
Dear hire : J have been aaing the Emeraon & Fiaber Buttery I bought from you a. roughly I up
poae aa any one ronld. 1 bad a faet horae, drove him at full speed, eoruetline with two grown Indie aud
myself In tbe baggy, and It I to-day worth all tbe money I paid for it, 1 any the Kmerton & Fisher
Haggle will do. A. ii. TEACH K. Farmer
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities whi're they have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hnrd aud
constant use, has led to an increased demand from thoo localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out ia good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
opt u face. Jeweled in 4 i,,., ,vrv ,(,.
not be iolnrunn.1 a'.aa. nuk aecond
lever movement, t rvtal li.aa. aunk a.-couda.
encr.ted. highly fni.hcd moveni. tt. aunk
10 bole, one of the bet iiver watcbea made 10.'"
aud elceaut. Jeweled tbroiiirhont. ounk aec-
SHER & CO.,
FISHER & CO., are now in nc
and three of tbcm two year in my livery atable,
iu conntant nue.
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST