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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, l S SO.
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i KPI01AL PAPER 07 ALEXANDER COUNTY.
A Btuu.N diupatch says the new French
cabinet, particularly De Freycinet, is mis
t rustcil there, the premier being regarded
as a creature of Gambetta. This is entirely
at variance with the formal announcement
of the Gorman ambassador at Paris on New
Year's day, and probably U incorrect.
If Mr. Blaine could substitute a disabili
ty of the mouth for one of his sunstrokes it
-would be to him as a blessing. The he.ltliy
condition of Mr. Blaine's mouth seems now
to be that statesman's greatest misfortune.
In its present condition lie will never be
able to convince a suspicious public of Ids
Maryland will elect a United States
Senator on the 20th, but as there w ill be no
political change, little interest is felt out
aide that state in the result. The candi
dates are Wra. Pinkney White, a prominent
Baltimore lawyer, who now occupies the
neat, and Arthur P. Gorman, who was Dot
many years ago a paije at the Capital and
who has acquired a leading position in
A uemahkabi.k prophecy was made re
cently by Dr. Werner Siemens at Berlin,
when lecturing on the uses of electricity.
Speaking of the transmission of force, he
predicted that the energy of tho solar rays
manifested in current of air (winds) or in
falls of water, would by and by be used
through the medium of electrricity to fur
nish all necessary heat and render us inde
pendent ot ordinary fuel. So much has
been done latterly in the field of electrical
discovery the Chicago Journal thinks that
the prediction may be nearer verification
than is generally supposed.
Mr. Warner, the silver-plated maniac
from Ohio, came up smiling in the house,
yesterday morning, with a bill to stop pa
per inflation and provide for "the necessary
increase of the volume of currency by the
free coinage of silver and the issue of gold
and silver certificates," and a resolution call
ing on the secretary of the treasury to report
when and under what conditions the United
States treasury became a member of the
New York clearing-house, and whether the
scttlemont of balances in standard silver dol
lars is prohibited by tho rules of the house.
Victoria and one hundred Apucho war
riors, who were driven into Mexico some
months ago by American troops, have just
crossed into the United States, hotly press
ed by Mexican soldiers. The federal and
territorial forces are co-operating with the
Mexicans, who, on the invitation of Gov.
Lew Wullaee, authorized by the secretary
ir war, will continue the pursuit this side
1 (he line. The chances appear to be that
Victoria, who has been a terror in Chihua
hua and New Mexico for several years, will
hoon be thoroughly subdued.
OLD TIMES IN ILLINOIS.
Gov. Reynolds' llemlnlscinces.
The year IhOO found the terniorv now
occupied by the populous state of Illinois a
Mvago wilderness, with a total white popu
lation, Americans and French of about
fl.OOO scattered throughout its domain. Of
these it is estimated that the French Creoles
numbered some 1,300, and the negroes
(slaves and freemen) about 200 more. The
white colonies extended in sparse settle
ments, from Kaskaskia, SO miles or more,
to Cahokia aud back, east from the Kaskas.
kia river only few miles. The colonies of
Kaskaskia, Turkey Hill, the New Dosinu,
florae mine, anouier not lar from Ksskns
11a, Piggotfl Fort, Whiteside Station, Belle
Fountain, and another very Bniall one, com
prised all the Anterii uu ncttleincuts in Illi
uois at tluit period. Their population was
nUmt H00 strong, all told. This period of
thti history of Illinois is noted here, and
probably will bu formally generations, us
the time when the pareuts of On. John
Ueyuolds removed to Illinois from Teunes
see anl added the seventh population ol a
white settlement two and a hull' miles from
Knskaskia. Gov. Reynolds was then twelve
years old. In "My Old Times," he describes
the condition of the country, the Indians,
the privations of the whites, their progress
in agriculture, education, government and
sociitl characteribticH tluriug tho next nine
years, at considerable lengih, and thus fur
nishes a fund of useful mid interesting information.
Wantkii. Sherman k Co., Marshall.
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as nbovn.
General Beale has a worse attack of the
pievailing gush about Grant than almost
apy man that has yet been reported. Ib-
says : "lie is as modest as a young nuiy in
her teens. His modesty is one ot the evi
dences of his greatness. In my opinion he
is the greatest man in the world." If that
iB a fact he has been sadly wasting his great
abilities for the last three years. Why
does he not turn them to some account, in
stead of living around on hospitable com
munities like a country seliool-inaster.
Mr. Aliikut Bocheh, ol!) Avenue It,
New York, was cured of Khcumutisni by a
single application of St. Jacobs Oil, and
recommends this wonderful remedy to all
sufferers trom this paint ul disease.
CHICAGO AND MONKY.
Chicago Evening Journal,
Chicago being the great center for the
exchange ot the chief products of the
country, cereals and meats, ought, in the
natur.il order of things, to be the chief
financial center of the United Stales. There
is too much money in New York, and not
enough here. The recent shipment of sev
eral millions from there on one "deal"' is
mly one among many indications of this
fact. There is a powerful influence at work
in New York constantly to maintain an un
natural supremacy. It may be called the
brute force, or the sheer avoirdupois ol cap
ital. Could the scheme to restrict money in
this country to one metal have been carried
out permanently, and all forms of paper
money been deprived of legal-tender quali
ty, New York might have carried out its
linancial plan ; but now it is impossible to
do so. The gravitation of capital towards
Chicago is inevitable and greatly to the ad
vantage of farmers who raise the wheat iiiid
the corn, the hogs apd the cattle, which
are fast making this city the commercial
capital of the United States.
Hemorrhoids. I suffered terribly. Had
made arrangements with a prominent sur
geon to operate. A friend advised me to
try Giles' Liniment and Pills. I did so,
and to my unspeakable joy, got immediate
relief, and am now cured. J.L. Kennin,
Metropolitan Hotel, N. Y. Giles' Pills
cures Rheumatism. Sold by all druggists.
Send tor pamphlet. Dr.Giles, 120 West
Broadway, N. Y. Trial size 2o cents,
old bv Barclay Bros.
New York Tribune.
The Republican and anti-third term club
has been formed in Albany. In the resolu
tions adopted last night, which we give
elsewhere, the necessity of the organization
is defended on the ground that a ( irant club
already exists in Albany, and the Republi
cans of the state are reminded that their
state convention in 1B7 adopted a resolu
tion declaring the unalterable opposition of
the party to a third term.
A Medic-ink Should jsot bk Glaoed by
the suddenness and violence of its effects.
Self-evident as this proposition would seem,
there are many foolish persons w ho are con
tent only with a remedy which acts abrupt
ly. The pill and other nostrum venders
who trade upon the credulity of this clas,
find their "best holt," as poor Artcin'is
Ward termed it, in the sale of violent pur
gatives. So long as they wrench the bow
els ot their dupes sufficiently, they are pret
ty sure ot a certain measure ot success. It
instead of such pernicious rubbish, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters is used, the results
are widely different. The bowels are re
lieved, but always gently, by this pleasant
laxative, which does not weaken but invigo
rates them, ami endows the co-operative or
gans of digestion and bilious secretions
with activity and regularity, strengthens the
constitution and physique, and while it is
safe in its constituents sufficiently prompt
Gril.TY ok WitoNo: Some people have
a fashion of confusing excelleut remedies
with the largo mass of "patent medicines,"
and in this they are guilty of a wrong.
There are some advertised remedies fully
worth all that is asked for them, and one
at least we know of Hop Bitters. The
writer has hud occasion to uso tho Bitters
in juftt nucli & climate as wo have most of
the year in Bay City, and has always
found them to be first-class and reliable,
.1 . ,1 .1 . l . n . . '
uoing autnai is ciaimeu lor then. Trib
une. Srnriblk Canadian. Mr. Gadbols, of
Brockville, Canada, after being cured of a
prostrating malarial diHessn contrneteil in
Texas, by means of Warner's Safo Pills and
f . . . . . ...
raie Hitters, writes tOt us: "1 shall never
travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Safe Bitters as a part of niy out
fit. My hood woman why arc you so out of
sorU.never able to tell folk sthatyou are well S
Te n to tnc lt'all caused in the first place
by habitual constipation, which has no
doubt finally cauned dcrangad Kidneys ami
Liver. The suie euro for Constipation is the
celebrated Kidney-Wort. It is also a spec
ific remedy foi aH Kidney and I jver dis
eases. Thousands are cured by it every
month. Try it at once.
Wuat Frank Lkwlik'h III. Newspai-rh
bayb: A good piano at a fair price is one
of tho wants of the times. An instrument
that is durable, that is substantially made,
and has all those qualities of tone which
make a first class piano, can be had front
tho MEKDnxasoujt Piano Co., 21 Eaat Fif
teenth street, New York, from $140 to $400.
For over thirty-seven yean their facty
has been producing pianos, and adopting
every new invention which has proved itself
to be valuable. They can be compared by
an expert with the instruments of tho high
est name and fancy price, and tho result is
surprisingly satisfactory. The Piano is
warranted for five years, aud no put chaser
has ever made u complaint. From perwdinl
knowledge and critical examination we c:ri
recommend any one to send for a catalogue
to the above mentioned manufacturers.
AND OTHERS SKEK1NO
II K A L T II,
Strength ami Energy,
M'l I'llOI T T11K t'SK OK Dlll'liS. ARK UK
I'l'KSTKKTOSKND KOR "THK Kl.tt-'THIC
KKV1KW.- AN ll.I.l sTIJATKD .luUlt
NM.. WHICH IS I'l ULISHKI)
FOR KltKK UISTHIHL'IIUN.
IT TUKATS upon IIKALTII. HYGIKNK. m.il
1 rii.vii'Hl Cultiin.-, itiid I loinpk'tu oncydon"
illn ol 'information lor InvulUl iicil there u tio oiiUVr
fi-Diii Nervoiif, K.vhniiHtiui; ud i'ainful DIocb-i-h.
Kwrv niiuliTt thai hour uuon b'-ilth and linmnn
hnlilU'', ri'i'Hve iitleutlen in it" pl"-h: and tliv
muny ijueHtioiiH iifki d by sufliTlni mvalldf. who
liHve'ill-pttlid of cure, Mrc Hoovered, and valuable
inlorniMiioii Ik volunteered to all who lire In nuod of
Tlieculiji'i't of Klectrlc IMtnvcriii Medicine, and
lliu hundred ami oiih nuentlona ofvlihl lintioriaiice
lo Hulleriiijj humanity, nre duly coinldeieil iml ex
plained, YOUNG MEN
And others who suffer from Ncrouaiid phj-ical
Debility. l.on oi'Mnuly VIor. I'rvmattiro Kxhaui
lion and tho many Kluon,y coui-equencex of euily
liullRcii'tiou, imc. are ecpeclul!)' beiii'flted by con
f nit i n i tx content.
Tho "KLKCTltlC RKViKW cxpoe the unmiti
Riilud fruudn practiced by quack and niedicn) iui
potor who profena to" "prectlo) medicine," and
polntH out the only auto, Implc, and I'tTcclive rod
to Health, Vluor and llodily Kueivy.
Send jour ailuraa on pofial card lor a copy, itnd
Information worth thousands will lie sent yuii.
AddrcM, the puhlii-hcre,
ITIAERMACHER GALVANIC CO..
Cor. Eighth A Vine Streets, finciuniitl. O.
Couhi". Cold'. Conmmptlon. A'
111 mu. llrourhitis. tud all other
Throat and Luna; Affection- Kr
dorcd bv Ibu i're' and I'hyni-clan-,
taken by tliou-atidx uinl
lir SOLD K V L It Y WllEftK.
It has no Kqiial
Tall P'trn Yii 0 IWutlful Colored I'ic
J-''ll'.lalL iiU m tnw Very 1 nc-ul o:: f .
'"i obecti to find. Send s4amp for package.
Hit. K.C. .KKKY. bofialo. N. Y.
WOOD ANIM OAI..
ilni'.iT In all k'.id ol'
Coicl Wood, iStovt.' Wood.
TAG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tfiilli Sfi-fft. lift ween WuliiiiL'ton a ml
MRS. M. A. SWAN DER,
Winter's I'.lock. Corner SeveMli Sticd itnd ("on.
men ial Avenue,
Desires to inform I In ci turn.!1 of Cairn iiid i: ini'y.
that p!ic hax a
New ami Large Stock of Goods
Which phewill -ell at Ani';.i')-T,(.oi.-iptiii of
Hats and Ronnets.
And Fine Irn)'oi'ted lloxo fur Ludin end Children.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very latent cli-ijrn. Prices i. low po
xlble and ioodn marked m plain ll(.'iirep. Will imt
be undernold. Cull aud unniine. No trouble lo
hhow iroodx I.adiea who do not pee whtt -!.'y
want will pka-a upk for I'.
QAIRO CITV FEllllY CO.
THREE leFkn STATES
On and after Monday, .tunc 10, the bout will makd
the following tripe:
MtAVM WAVES I.EAVM
Foot Fourth ft. Mlr-aourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. m.
10 a. m.
'i p. in.
4 p. in.
9 a. m.
3 p. in.
H:30 a. in.
10:;W a. ro.
9::t0 a. m.
9 t. m.
i p. m.
5 p. m.
10 t m.
4 p. in.
NNI AL HETOKT
OK THE CONDITION
AI.KXANDEH COUNTY BANK.
Caiho, lix., Mondat. Jan, 5, Ihho,
fdlla Receivable y.ij m
Due from other Dauka r,io H5
Caxh ou baud 'jimu im
Heal Kutate 5,rr; M
Capital stork paid In o',)ffl m
Hurplua fund fjTVai Ml
lepolt - fiMKM 73
W, P. Neff. Vlco I'rcalib nt and II. Wella Canh
ler, do aolemnly awear that the abovo alatemenl la
true to tbe beat Of our knowledi(n and belief.
PiTRNn, Vlce l'realdeot.
U. Waixa. Caihlcr,
Snbacrlbcd tail iworn to before mo this Ath day of
Jan., ltjaO. ALruiDCoaiNua,
O TAT)'. OF ILLINOIS, i
. J County of Alumni.1, t. ( i v,. (.' in; nf Ale
i.imi'rcui.iiiy. Mihrua;y :uu, A. x Urn.
Artwrivii. if 'Ui nan r:Mrtic ol Frank CtiLN:y.
lie- m " u'iumi miwtr uuu.'-u. IlUVin DD HJ6U 10 1111
(itncc of tlie ciiTk of nald rircwit court nt Akxundcr
n.Min'v il.itfi'u 4 Vi. ....I... A .i :
dent defendant, thai th romplaloant baa tiled bur
win i ..,. mi in iu nmu ruri ou me cuancflry aiae
iliereol on the i?th dv of December, A. D.lKu.and
thut anuuinioun thereupon lannod out of Haul court
airmu't 'ulo defendant, r-turnable on the 2nd Mod-
.IU ..I' l'.lhl,.lU A lh .ULJll I I. 1
Now. therefore, (ulrnf yoa. the vafd J-rank Oula
!ev. vliiM neraoiiallir h. anri nm.t.f.p ii..r..u kA uuwi
ir-t:il court of A!eander munty on tho flmt day
of the next term thereof, to be boiden at the court
bouM: iii thu city of Cairo, in auid county, on tho
Ki-tiocd Mondini of IVliruary. A. 1. and pleud.
anxwer or ileiuur to the maid complainant' bill of
coii.plmnt. toe name, and the matter and tblna
therein charged and Htatcd. will be taken aa con
leMed, and a decree euif red a(.aitat you uccordine
, JOHN A KEiiVE.C'krk
Wk E llRNiiiucKx, ComjlKiiiaiit's Solicitor.
Defi-inbirUT. A. 1). 1K71
M1A.NCRKY NoTH K,
H. L. Kaker anil Jtilia E. IVkit krt .'f.hy r.oti
fed, thai on thi-STlhday of December, A. D. 1K79,
lharlexc. Uolten, wlio coca aa receiver of lie ei
late of th' Safety lleooiiit LH'e Innurunm inm tin n v
filed hi bill of fureclocure in the circuit court of
Aicxunner county, liiinui. on tbe chancery aide
thermr. win-rein you. together witb c. C, Hrown
.lameH V. Kddy, Lincoln Dubolr. anil Vrancia A
Kiddle, are defendant, mid that unid folt in now
pendinc in raid court . That thereupon a antamoim
lia i--ued out of the clerk oftice of aniil coi.n.
in faidcauxe, returnable on the iiecoiid iMnuday ol
reoruary, a. u. irhi, to u term or naiU coi.rl then
to be but deli at the coiin-Loure in Cairo, in uid
county ol Ajexanuer anil mateof llllLoif.
I airo. DccTtibcr vtf. JOHN A. KEEVK,
hA"M. I'. HKH.Bit. Sol r .''lit Compl't. Clerk
1 1IANchKY NOTICE.
l-erilin.mfl h. l.o.ier. Abbie A Ho.ii.-r lend '.V,
. i rii y. an- nor. nv noii2"d tf.at '.n the '."jth d-.y o
inv -eiuner. j . ii. ii, .v.icnacl II. ri'eJnn vhofu
a- tii-iL-ni e in naiiKrt ii;c ol t e cxtu-.H in i in in
tral SavinL" Hunk, fled hi bill of lor.'clo. ire. on
th cbumvry mu of the Alexander cinnty circuit
coi.n. ;u me tate ol JiI.iidih. wli-trein you are dn
i-nilunt, and tbn: xmtl caue ; now pending in
paid court. That, thereupon a puuirnonx wan imued
uoi oi ine cierx p onice ul faiu court a.'aiuxt yon
rettiruilile oil the xecond .Monday in t'ehr.iury, A
u. mni. to a ti nil or xuin conrt then to be noidi u in
Iheeo'ir-hotipe in I airo, in u'.fi (ennty.
Cairo, December:!!. John A Rreyi:
SAMI Kl 1'. Wl'EKLMl, SOl r for Cnmpl':. ClrlK
eTATK (K ILLINOIS, I
' Comity ol Alexander. irc:::t ( (.er1 .;
der county. February Term. A. D p!.
Mur'.lia OiUhrixt, i
v. Divorce.-ItCLfcz-c r.
Utibert liiiLrl-t. j
AT.uaviti.s tne nos-t'?piil"rn : i;,'t rt 'iiai.r pi
the ilefendur.: abo.e r.a:i."d,baviii- bei-u ed in :,
oltceol the i. ltrli ul xaid Cin "ot ('oui' of A1.ji.
d-r County, aotice i fcerel v ;r,vt to th- -aid nut:
re-idciit n.lVndant -fat 'be oir.,i!uinui.; tap ):'.
h.'r bill of cuiaplair.: ir. f.uiii t'o-ir: onta'- Chime r
xide tb-.-eof oa the ."71:: day of In ci iulj' r. A. i
1ST", and tha-a x;un::..np 'inT- :poi: i-.ti d
xiiul Ciinrt wit'i !: i(f a.'.'iii!. n-'f.rtiat' !
the .ud jMi'L lay o.' !' tu ..i.r
l.iu re iuili d.
Now. tbercfor-. '.r.l.'- v i i.
-MO l.-i.i-t: (
'bi'.pt i-huli pr')!.aiiv :.iid
-aid C'K-ui: ' :r : u! A.i.i:n';er
.ippcir bilore Ite
i.uty. on :ht r.t
day ot ti:.' in v vr::i i.-r i.f, to he bolJcii a '.tie
( our: ll'i .-"' ii. i j;y ot C'.iiio. ir. xaid co'-nty. iin
the 'Jiid Monday i f TehrJiirv A. I). '.i. and pli-.-.J,
ii.KV.er or den.-.ir o the psul i on.plainunt x hill of
i omniiiiui. the Hume, ur.u the mut'era Lnd tbl2;'t
therein cbarced at'd pti'eii. -Ail! he uken ax con
fenxeil, and aUe'Ti-" etter'd i:jaiiit yon aecordine
to the prayer -aid hi;. of'li.N A Kh.KVfc.,
t j W. JlUN.'.Ki' kx. Clerk
i aim. Dec. l"h. A It. '.K'.i.
CTATEOK ILLINOIS, i
' Alexander 'ounty. i ' '
In the fir i.'t Co..rt of A'.eiatM - a. .nt .!:
ary Term. A. 1). imvi.
J uiicp li. Lee. )
p. -I'.ii: for Div ine.
M.iry V.. L.c.l
.itHdii.lt of ihe nor. repid'-.-iie of Mi.: Z, l't
ti e nhuc ni.i.'H i d-tei.dau: Ub.ill' bei i. fi,.-d , :h
Mlic m ib" Clerk ol -ai.l Circuit Court of A!i.au
d;'.- county, notici in hereby i:en to 'he paid .Mary
E I.i-e 'but the com inai mini :lled hia hill of coin-
jlhint in 'aid 1 'o.irt. on tlie Chancery xide thereof,
oiitiie itu oay oi iui i-miier li-.'i, rrl thut a p.hii
iiioiix tin'reap.iu ippjed out ol cud court
aciiinxl .i ill de.'i-ndut.t, refirnable ou tne Heiond
Mimlay el IVt.r'.iury ueit Ipi. ix : Hy law reiiuired.
.mv, iinle-K yoj the -aid Marv K. Lee xhall tier
t nmlly li.i aiid uppear Defor-xuul ' i r-.ti it Conn of
Aiexiiiiih r county, on tne r.r-. day o! the next term
lb- riot, to be boiden in 'be city of Cairo, in mid
county on the xecond Monaiv of Kehrunry A i.
li. Hint plead, nnxwer or demur to the xaid r.um
pialuiii'.'x liiil of coinul.iint, thuxame and the nint
te.x aad th'.nt'P tbcrejii churt'ed and 'tute'.' will be
talieu a conleppcl. and a decree entered au'ailiU!
von acorcins to the pruvrr of xaid bill.
' JWIN A KEEVK,
Mruiur A Lc.i;k. ( oiopMiL-n:' Solicitur
Cairo, 111k., Dic.'.T. lr-'c
state of 111: noip i
Alexander County i
Co-ur: ef Ali'tar,.
, i co y term .wo.
i.uie nuiaer f
Hubert Walker I
AQldaviiMf ;b' uon rexidence of Kubir. Wulk-r
Tbe defendant, atiove named, bamnc been f.lcd in
theoffice oft he clerk ol -aid circui'.court nf Alcxandiv
County, notice i hereby given to the auid non- ie"i
dent defendant that the complulnnnt ban filed her
bill ofcomplu nt in aid Court ou the Cbunc.cry xide
then of on tie If th duy of December, A.D, IKT'.i,
and '.hut a p.nnmou thereupon ixxued out of xaid
Court HL'alu-t raid defendant, returnable nn the
"ceond Monday of February, A. D. it0, aula by law
Now. therefor, unleea you. the xaid P.ob"rt
Walker Hhall pe.rxiinally be and appear before tne
paid Circuit' oart nf Alexander County ou the tir't
duyof the next term thereof, to be bidden at tbe
Court IIiiLpeiu thedtv of ' 'airo. in paid County, on
the Second .Monday f February. A. D. Im-0, and
jileuil.aiixwerord'inur to the mid complhluHtit'x
bill of coniplaini. the xauie, and '.be muttera and
tbiui!p therein chanted and Mated, a ill be tnken u
conlepxeil. and a decree entered atfaiuKf you accord
lUL'tothe prayer of uid bill
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
W. HENDRICKS Comp t Solicitor
Decern ler. 1Mb. A. D. lO.
lly virtue of two eiecution inxued out of the
clerk' office of tbe county couit of Alexander
county, and State of Illimiix, and tome directed,
whereby I am commanded to make thn Amount ol
two certain judacmentH recently obtained aulnxt
Jacob (j Lynch W fuvor of Harvy C. .lohnx, and
William C Johim, and one in fuvor nf Jacob'I'rabcr
and A illliim Auhury out of tho land', tciiunientx
irood- ami Chat tela of the xaid Jacob (j. Lynch, I
have levied on tbe following described property,
to-v.it: Lot numbered three (H) lu block
numbered forty elyht I4h) in tlie city
of C.iiro. County of Alexander aud 8tulu
of Illinois. Therelerc, uccorflinc to said Cum
miiiid, I Hhull expose for aalc at public auction, all
lliu rit'lit, lltlu and luteret of the above named
Jacob i. Lynch In and to tho above described
property, at II o'clock a.m., ou Tuesday, the :ird
day of February, lKKi,at the westerly door of tho
court houMtt, In Cairo, Illinois.
Dateil at Cairo, Illinois, thin fifth duy of Jan
uary, lhKI. John Hoiiuks,
Sheriff Alexander County.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can Kive tho
nuslnesH a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered fur
I hose wllllnir to work. You should
try nothiim else till vou see fur vour-
I If what yon ran do at the business we oiler. No
loom toexpluin bero. You ran devoto all your
time or only your spare time to the business, and
make ircat. pay for every hour that you work.
Women make aa much aa men. Bend for special
private term and particulars, wbicn we mall true,
I") ontllt free. Don't complain of bard times while
you have such a chauco. Addrvsa 11. HALLKTT A
CO., Portland, Maine
CONSTITUTION WATER !
40 CMSTITimON WATER
THKKK TIM KB A 1JAY.
CTJRKH MHIOHT'8 D18R ASg, INFLAMMATION
Or TUB KIDNEY, HTONK IN THE BLAD
DER. OATAKKH OK THE BLADDEK, OLEKT,
DtABBTKH. OKAVKL, BRIUR DDHT DEPOSIT,
for Female CompUlati rvelaJlty.
ForialebyallDriKgliU. Send for circular
10H4J AJf lim. 19 JMw 8i, K. T.
WJ.C W ATCELES. ".W
Direct from lie Matiufactuicr at Wbolebale Trice.
MANFRED 15ELM0NT & CO.,
Q EN K V A , S wi tzerla n d.
MONTREAL,ai4 Bt. .nv?vvnct SI.
the oriel? at whirl Ll.SJ? r!"lni';i!! fo.rtt's.rd 0,lr "uum"t "'i'l "orld n Downed watches, al ha I
hM Shorn fr d0 naniihcluw then, hut h.ie
I nuy tnoro rrom tbo manufacture too. We are inanulactw-iuK aa a NI'KCIALTY l.eylesa w.icbe.
Hb!'hVllTf2bhlM modern Imj.roventcnta lu watch work. It don
wound bV turainp . nnW'h bich.o many persona have ruined their watches; Ibe wauVi
iTancla arii'Un tL sfa liaudfe or bow Instead of by the ordinary mean., lb"
The adva "fltt ,,f thZH', ' '" Ml 'in ' V?' ""all projection on the side of tbe i'.e.
r.iadraw tffl an(Uu never need be opened in windiue. i.
Wo forward jkwI free and duty paid, t tin- Hillowiiuf iuuts: ,
PTKONU NICKEL case, nlvir plated,
able for workmen, school boya, etc.
(iOLD KLKCTKO-l'I.ATED case, .will
KTOUT SILVER case, entire lurui d,
jcwo'led iu 6 liolna
ELEGANT MLVKK TII'NTIM; ixe, enerm d. hl-l.ly Cnisbed nioM'im nt. .link
pn'.Jtids, tbrbnoineier balance. Ji eled lu 10 holesone id ihe best silver water, made
COLD kate. bori,:oual r ov ment. flat aud eleRant. Jeweled llirou-huut. sunk -,.
iitidx, cryx!a:t;!a'. fr.irraved orplnln poll'bed ia'.'
Ir 'M.AT OOI.D, lull huiitiii c"', i-ry superior nioM uieut. i xtia jewel, t. rid,.
') cTjri.vcd cr plain polished
ih CA.'IAT I'OLIl. tmutlr.ir rpf, richly enraed, Skeleton l.evei movement. Cold
orELkineini.'i), tjnk cord", Compensaiion 1;Iblicc. ,.r
CARAT '..OLD, Utiliticg cae. b..t ai ,d carefullj . ittr liil d Skeleton I..:,.t move
t n., v elcd in 1p hule Cold !a!awe. with all the !k,t in.p:ov. mmts. -i.U-ml.d
moral' d double bur.linj capi!
(TEOM'iMETEl! W.MUI, h!:b y (!ai'l d rh,o,.i,ie, r mover,. ,;, j,el. d
i.o-..i-,L.ni:. Mitbaii tLe latest in.pri.t. mmts. indi.uble bottouied engine turned. plain
P j-isbed or (t;ranl. IS mat cold tuint cr.re. noldor hsrd white man.. 1 dial. ith
r ' Mr. ot.'l". '.:'.
' LW.NCVtTLIt-CALENliAIt WATCH, with .-.-,.ife s. clus Land, tcaikibx
fc.r-i of secoLdn. flowing no dial, day ot llie lumtb. luottb of the year, and d.iy of
k j i"k l-et chronometer inovi.in
or p a u po..thci.ntra strong btictftL' r
at from f Jf to J'30
Ml tlifi alj jvc Wat(.iies in f mailer
Mjioranis, Arris nr ('rest', will Lo tnravi'd ou tin; lack nt tlx- (JoM V-'utilie
out aililitionnl cost.
Iwtry Witi b ks.en for will be Irr.media'elr forwarileil. r.uli-fr.r imini.t. ...j . ......
n kfn. Uiu.m TV .....u, ...I
,. . " . - p r. m ... iu, ... in. in ni.u euillllt'lilious Wlirxtl aUPL II
is warranted in writinu for three year, during whiih pun.d no charee will be made lor repairs il nl
atch la foiwarded tu us post free. All sold cases made and sold I v u, are is carat Cn" and lu'sitve.
watihcs the lascn are best Sterling Silver.
I'tl'SOES residlni? in SIT Dsrl of the rminlrv n.erl tint I..H..,.. i., f... ..a ,i..i. ti. . . i i. . , ...
... ...... ..ii.. . ... . .. Ku,ai,.7 u.j sivi
order to oar Montreal Ilranrh. as tbey may rely upon n-r.-iviri; the exact wutrb ordered hy them. wbl.
if not chine '.be most complete satisfaction, 111 be willinelv , hut or lb" money returned Molcv
ioiij he ncnteitber in U;mk notes or by Fo't office monrv ord.-r. A discount ol ti u. e will l,e ullon'-d '..'r
orders .il t-aad mure wat bes. r
OPINIONS OF TIIK 1'KESS.
. . Prom the "Semiine Industricllr" rn. France. Is Sepi.,
....... .. u. u.- ,,i.i,rx iu imiks waunes ai inr ,tet price, hut Ihe '
w uu.hea at th'; price; and from the maL'r.itnile of ihi-ls .,.ii,. u i.i.k. i.inn.i .!.....
reived tbe imiinsx of public opinion.
A . . , ,, .
Wecan ciinsc,eti:io';s.y fecoasead all bo want
loioLsr.ll M !:nn.ii'. Jt Co.
Add ress: M A X
The Great Carriage Mannfacdiring Iloibe of the World. Y
Hc--t iiiaiijriftl, good work man 1
durable vthicli a
Manufactured by EMERSON,
in every part of the
Tlifj give unfailing satisfaction. All their
testimonial!) from all parts ol tho country of
of which nro on file, subject to inspection :
Messrs. EatuaoN FisnaR A Cn. : (Jalya, Ii.ij., July 111, 1R1A.
1 have osed one of your Top BuKglea three years, and three, of them two years in my livery stable,
and they have Riven mu perfect satlsfactiou and are In constant use, O.SCAK bMALLE Y .
Messrs. Corrom Jobwkon.: NawnaHnv, H. C, July 17, 1879
Drur Him ; I bave been osIur the Emerson & Fisher Huggy I boneht from yon aa roughly 1 sup.
pose as any one could. I had a fast borse, drove him at fnll speed, sumeilBiea with two grown Indies and
myself in tho nnggy, ana it is lo-any worm ail ine
BnKRlcs will do.
The favorable reputfttinn the Carriitgeg have inade in locufiiies where they have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring html and
constant use, has led to un increased demand from those localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have Wen extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST
open lace. jeneUd in 4 boles, w ry mil
not lose ,olr) i ryslal !.. sunk Pecouils.
lever nioveuieui, crystal clii'D.sunk setonds.
ut. caieluily ciamimd, iu splrMtidrfecoiat-U
- e. This watch is L-ecerally soid by n-HiUr
b'm for Lailics at the kuih: prices.
..i.... i. . ""i" '''U
in. u ui hp immmiru aril conscientious work it aupb
From the 'I'firdi aox Journal'' '.'1 Mai, lsTv
to buy a food and durable watih at moderate prl. ,
FKKI ) 15 K LM ON T A: Co.
Hi ix l!l:j. MONTIJKAIi, I'. 'J.
fishei; & CO,,
iip. h un- 1-ioi n Myl-s, ttronf; Bnd
in i.v. ;t rjn'ct.
(II I IuwUk:
FISHER cV CO., are now in use
work is WHrntnted, They lmci received
purport similar to the tollowing, hundreds
moury i paiu lur n, i say me mersnn Klshor
. TEAUl'E, Farmer.