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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1S80.
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OFFICIAL rATKR OF ALEXANLEK COTY.
The most active and prosperous business
man in Germany, if uot in Europe, just
now, is Herr Krupp. But when Ilerr
Krupp's foundries are overrun with W'-rk, as
is reported, it is a bad sign for the pace of
Europe. Those big guns mean deadly
Tiikke were 401 divorces in the little
Mate of Connecticut lat year, and the gov
Ttwr recommends the most stringent legis
lation to prevent the dissolution of the mar
riage bond on "any sudden capriee.'' The
"sudden caprice" style has obtained in Con
necticut for some years.
Skxatoii Ixx.as designs pressing his bill
lVr equalization of soldiers' bounties, The
measure is a grand steal for the claim
:tgents in the name of patriotism. Its ad
Toeacy by Logan i- characteristic. He
knows it oughtn't pass, but he wants to lie
the soldiers' darling. Would Hayes, like
Grant, have the courage to veto such a bill':
It is doubtful. lie signed that other steal,
the arrears of pension act.
tl'R WASHINGTON LETTER.
From our regular rorropumlcut.
Wahin(;ton, Jan. l.'ith, l'-bO.
I have talked with apnminentMuinelle
jublk an, who just returned from the field
jt operations, about the situation there and
the probabilities from his stand point. He
claims that the Republicans arc certain of
finally controlling the state government,
and I shall give as clearly and briefly as
possible his i Jea of the plans and the results
anticipated. Mr. Hale, he nays, went into
the Fusion legislature in order to give them
a plurality that they might, if sy disposed,
w far do justice as to seat the lourtecn Re
publican representatives from thecities that
ure entirely disfranchised by the governor's
count. They refused to do this, and after
protesting against the legality of the Fusion
organization next day, without a quorum,
lie quit them. The Republicans are now
waiting patiently for the crumbling of the
Fusion combination. This Republican says
it is held together solely by the lenr of
many of its members ' that they will be
charged with bribery if they breakaway;
and then those who hold certificates", to
which the election didn't entitle them, will
begin to go home, and several of the Green
back members who were fairly elected will
Wt with the Republicans, thus the legisla
ture will finally be organized by those who
were elected according to the returns of
the local officers. My authority says that
the Fusionists will not lust much longer.
That is the K'-publican view. I find the
other side less clearly stated, but that the
Democrats are no less sure of holding the
state as Garcelon left it. Several of thu
Greenback men who have been here lately,
however, are doubtful about it, and some
go bo far as to say that if the Democrats do
not show a clear and unmistakable, title
very soon, their friends will so act as to put
the state government in working order re
gardless of party success.
Many letters received from Illinois state
that Hon. John B. Ilawley, Assistant Sec re
tary of the Treasury here, is widely men
tioned for the next Republican nomination
for governor of thut state, General II iw
ley has served three terms in Congress, and
bit Appointment to hit present position was
entirely unsought. Every where In public
life he has served well, and Democrats anil
Republicans alike will Le glad to sec him
honored by his friends at home. It wov.ld
not surprise us much if he were to come to
the .Senate some day.
I think Congressman Wood's refunding
bill is growing in popularity since members
have had a chance to examine its features
and to test the public pulse. Secretary Sher
man has not yet been brought to believe in
it, because he 6ays he is afraid bonds bear
ing so low a rate of interest as 3j per tent,
cannot be well placed.
The movement of which I have before
spoken, in favor of a new Government Bu
reau, to have charge of mining affairs, has
taken tangible shape in behalf of Congress
man Bell ford's bill. Mr.Bc-llford represents
mining state and is qualified to know
what is wanted to protect the interests
which demand the new Bureau.
ELEGANCE OF HOMES.
Oliver Wendel Holmes.
In never saw a garment too fine fur man
or maid : there never was a chair too g ol
for a cobbler or a cooper, or a king to sit in ,
never a house too fine to shelter the human
head. These elements about us, the glori
ous sky, the imperial sun, are not too good
for the human race. Elegance fits man.
But do we not value these tools tor house
keeping a little more than they are worth,
and sometimes mortgage the houe for tin
mahogany wc lrin,f into it? I had rathe
mahogany weiring into it? I had rather
eat my dinner 'fl the held ot a barrel, or
dress after the fashion of John the Baptist
in the wilderness, or sit on a block all my
life, than consume ail myself before I go to
a home, and take so much pains with the
outside that the inside was as . hollow rs an
empty nut. Beauty is a great thing, but
beauty of garment, house and furniture are
tawdry ornaments compared with domestic
love. All the elegance in the world will
not make a home, and I would give more
for a spoonful of real love than whole ship
loads of furniture, and all the gorgeousness
all the upholsterers in the world can gather.
Wanted. Sherman & Co., Marshall.
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid, For fall particulars ad
dress as above.
M. 1). Lesseps is down at Panama r.nd
apparently he is about to begin i:i solemn
earnest the work of digging his canal. It
would he a little hard upon the Americans
who have pronounced his proposed enter
prise impossible of achievement if the old
man shouid push it to a conclusion in spite
of the prophecies of failure. He evidently
has faith in it himself, and his ability and
experience entitle him not to be despised.
The scheme, in his hands, is distinctively a
French scheme: and if it is to succeed our
own government will have to consider the
question what shall be done f.bout it 1
IlEMonmioius. I suffered terribly. Had
made arrangements with a prominent sv.i
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. V. Giles' Pills
cures Rheumatism. Sold by ail druggists.
Send tor pamphlet.
Broadway, N. Y.
old by Barclay Bros.
DRUMMERS' AVOCATION GONE.
This is a progressive age. Many inno
vations have been made upon old methods,
and it is now proposed by business men to
dispense with the services of the drummer,
who was formerly regarded as an important
and indispensable adjunct to every first
class business house. Philadelphia merchant-'
have taken this question into serious
consideration, and the opinion seems to
prevail that both the jobber and dealer will
be greatly subserved by abolishing the sys
tem of employing commercial travelers. '
Sr.Nsim.K Canadian. Mr. Gadhols, ;f
Brockville, Canada, after being cured of a
prostrating malarial disease contracted in
Texas, by mean of Warner's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters, writes to us: "1 shall never
travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills und Safe Bitters as a part of my out
fit. TRUE AS GOSPEL.
Ti ai.rilutf'dti Star (Krpi
" V hat saved the North, savs Gen. Grant,
"was not generalship so much as the peo
ple." Never were truer words spoken. In
fact, when one looks around now and sees
the clas-Jof fellows who were gener'ls during
the war, the thought arises that the ex-pres.
ident might have gone further and said that
the North was saved by the people in spile
,-OLH) FOR GRANT.
New Orleuu Time.
Nine-tenths of the southern Republicans
are negroes, and the negroes are solid for
Grant. They know Grant; they have every
oiiu heard of hun; hut they do not know
Mr. lllaiiie,iior Secretary Sherman und they
will not vote 1'..v them when they ure put up
in the convention, if they have any snv in
A NOCTURNAL ROOM!!
By the death of Bishop Gil Haven the
Grant boom has received another back set.
The reverend gentleman, like the late hi.
mented loyal Z'tch ami Crooked MeKee,
would sit tip nights to boom for Grant,
ENOUGH TO DO.
Mr. Hayes is advised by a few of the
most candid and honest organs of the party
that his administration hits quite enough
business on hand without contracting to
pull Blaine's proposed bogus state govern
ment through, It is sage counsel.
A Mkiucim; Siioi i.n not in: GcAotn by
die suddenness and violence of its effects,
Self-evident nx this proposition would seem,
there are many foolish personal who .are non
lent only with a remedy which acts abrupt
ly. The pill iitnl other nostrum verniers
who trade upon the credulity of this chs,
find their "licst holt," im poor Artemns
Ward termed it, In the sale of violent pur
gatives. So long as they wrench the how
fin of their dupes Hufllclently, they arc pret
ty nitre of a certain measure of sitccess, It
instead of such p-rnleiouM rubbish, Hosttt-
ter's Stomach Bitters is used, the results
arc widely different. I he bowels are re
lieved, but always gently, by this pleasant
laxative, winch does not weaken butinvigo
rates tliem, ana endows the co-operative or
gans of digestion and bilious secretions
with activity and regularity, strengthens tlie
constitution and physique, and while it is
safe in its constituents.is sufficiently prompt
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Ar.'l Fine Imported Hose (or Ladies aud Children.
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I tie following trips:
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OK Til K COMiri lON
AI.KXANDKK COUNTY HANK.
Caiuo, Iu. , Moyi.Ar.
Jan. ft, l-o,
Hut- from other tlatiks
(ashun blind.,,,,, , ,
I'ultlt and furniture. .
Cspllal ato. k paid In
We. p. Neir, Vice Pr. i.. t.t I. nil II Wells CHsh.
IT. do solemnly swear thut the above statement l.
t-ua tu the best uf onr knowledge and belief
PKiaiiNi rf, Vice President,
II V,t.uj. (.ashi.r.
Stibscilbod and svtorn to before me this nth day of
!'.., IHsu. Al.n.tiiiCoiiiNiia,
CTATK OP ILLINOIS),
County of Alexander. I Cltrull Court of Alei
under county, reliruury term, A. 0. ISsil.
v. VDivorco. -In Chancery.
Affidavit of tho nou-reaidenrn ol Frank Oulcldv
the defenilunt above named, having been tiled in tho
cilice ol tho clerk of said circuit court of Alexander
county, notice Is hereby given to tho said non resl
dent defendant, that thu complainant has tiled br
bill ol complaint In said cturl on the chancery side
thereof ou the Tth day of December, A. II. ISTK.and
tn ii i a summons tnereupon lsued out of said court
ai;Hini saia uuieniisnt, returnaiilo on tde 2nd .Mou
day ot i-enruary, A. U. 1NSO, as Is bv law rutin red
Now, therefore, unless vou. the said Frnnl; (juic
ier, slull personally be and appear before thu said
circuit court of Alexander cnuiity ou thu first day
ol the next term thereof, to he holdun at the court
bouse in the city of Cairo, in said county, ou tiiu
senonu .-nonuay oi renruary, A. l. ism, and plead,
answer or demur to the said coinplalnuut's bill of
complaint, the same, and the mutter and thing
therein charged and stated, will be tuken as con
fessed, and decree entered against you accordiug
10 ine prayer oi suiu mil.
IOHN A. KKKVE. Clerk.
Wm. E. Hendrick, Coinhiliiant's Solicitor.
December ST. A. D. ISV.i.
E. L. B.'kcrand Julia E. Baker are hen liv uoll
fled, that on the iKtb day of December. A. D. Is',1,
i Bancs r. noiten, wno sue a receiver ol the es
tate of the Safety Deposit Life IusurHnce company,
filed his bill of foreclosure in the circuit court of
Alexiiniler county, Illinois, un the chancery side
iiitreoi. v. nerein you. tugetiier with t. . I . Drown,
dames . j-.noy, i.incolu DUhol. and rrancla A
itiuuie. are aeieniiHnts, ana mat suld suit s now
pending in said court. That thereupon a summons
was isauea out oi ine cieru s onice ol suld court
In said cause, returnable on the s-.-cond Monday of
i-cnruary. A. U. lssu. to a term of said court then
to bo bidden at the court-bouse in Cairo, iu said
county or Alexander and state of Illinois.
Cairo. December i!ti, 1S79. .IOHN A . ItEEVK
SaultlP. w iirki.er, Sul'rfor Conipl't. Clerk.
J-crdinsnd F. Kuzler. Abble A. IMzier and W.
I. lr.icv. are hen-hv iinttrtwl tl.i ,in tin. nli l.i of
uccenituT, A. I). .Michael II. I'helan v. ho sues
as assignee in bankruptcy of the estate ol the Cen
tral Saving Bank, filed bis bill of tun-closure. (,u
the chancery side of the Alexander ruuntv circuit
court, in the state of Illinois, whereiu vou are de
fendants, and that said cause is now nendliiL' In
said court. That thereupon a summons was issued
out of the clerk's olHce of said court against you.
returnable on the second Monday in February. A.
I). lss. to a term of said court then to be holdi-n in
tbecourt house In Cairo. In said couutv.
t airo. December 2W. 1ST") John A I!i:kvk.
Sami kl P. WiiKtLKR, Sol'r for Compl't. Clerk.
OTATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Countvof Alexander, i Circuit (curt ol AVxu:.
der county. February Term, A. D. Isso.
Martha Oilchrist, i
vs. Divorce. In Chdi.ceiy,
Atlidsvit ol the non-resldeuce of Hubert tiilchrist
the defendant above named. hnviuL' bei n tiled in the
office of the Clerk of said Circuit Court of A1cm.ii-
r Conntv. notice is hereby L'heti tu the said ne:i-
resident defendant that the complainant has iliid
her bill of complaint in said Court mi the Cliaim rv
side thereof on the -.Tth day of December. A. Ii.
and that a summons tlier'-urnm issued out if
said Court a'uinst said defemlant. ret i.rnab e nu
the L'nd Monday of Fehruurv. A. ll hi i. v
Now, therefore. nn!i-s vou. the said Jlolieit (.11-
cbrisl shall personally 'be and appear beloft-tlie
said Circuit Court of Alexander county, on the first
day ol the next term thereof, to be hiilden at the
mrt House in the ( Itv of Cairo, in -aid countv. on
the -Jnd Monduv of F'ebruarv A. D. lsso. and nle.nl.
answer or demur to the said compiainaut s bill uf
omiilulut. the same, and the matter und thin'-s
therein charged and stilled, will be taken as run
lessed. and a de.-rei-et.teredaeiilnst vou aciordme
to the prayer of said bill. JulIN A KEE E.
OEO.JW. IlKNllUli Ks, Clerk.
Cairo. Dec. -.Tth. A D. lsru.
TATE OF ILLINOIS, i
A exander l 'ountv. . ' '
In the Circuit Court of Alexander cuuniv.Fcluu
ary Term, A. D. IHki.
imcs 1. I.ee. )
vs. V Kill for Divorce.
.Mary E. I.ee.J
Affidavit of the nun-reslder.ee of MaryE. I.e.
the above named defendant having been tiled in tie
nftice o the cl.-ik of said Circuit Court of Alexan
der county, notice Is berehy slven to the said Murv
r. I.ee tlinl the cutnplMiuiint tiled his bill of corn-
plaint in -aid Court, on the Chancery side thereof,
on tue g-,tn iny of December is.'.", ami that a sum
mon tu.Teiipuii Insued out ol said court
against said ili-fen.lar.t. returnable on the second
v.or.day oi hebruury next Isso, as . by law reouir.-d
Now. miles, vou the said Marv K. I.ee -hull n.-r
sonally be and'appear nefore si.'t.l Circuit Couit of
.i.-anaer county, on tm- nrst day ot the next term
thereof, to In-Imiden iu the city of Cairo, in ull
county on the second .Monday uf rchnurv A D,
1-sni. atid iilesd. answer "r demur to the said com
I plainant's bill of c.n.plaint. the same and th- mat
j t.-i-s and things therein charged and stated will t.
i laK.-n as coutesseu. and a decree enter. .! agau.st
i you uccoruing to the prayer uf -nid bill.
JCilO A i:i.h h.
Mclkkt & Leek. Com)il,iinatt'f Sulititors.
Cairo. Ills.. Dtc.'.T, Is'.S.
state of Illinois I Circuit Curt ef Alexau
Alexander County i U.-r Co., Feb'y term Is-j.
vs - Divorce.
Hubert Walker )
Affidavit sif the nun residence of Robert Walk- r
Th" di-fendunt above named, having been filed m
tlii-orllce oft he clerk of said circuit, ot.rt uf Alexander
County, notic-1 hereby given to the said non- t. -i-d.-nt
defendant that the complainant ha filed her
bill of cumpltitit in said Court ou the chancery side
thereof ou tue lldh day of December, A.D.'l;'..
and. that a simmons thereupon issued out of said
Court Ntraiiist said defendant, returnable oi, the
s-coiid Monday of February, A. D. isK, as is by law
Now-, therefor, unless you, the said Robert
Walker shail personally be and appear before the
said Circuit Court of Alexander Countv on the Hm
diiyol the next term thereof, to be holden at the
utirl House in the City of ( airo. In said County, on
the Second Monday sif February, A. D. lss.i." at-d
lilead, aasweror demur to the said complainim' s
bill of complain!, the same, and the matters i.i.u
things tin rein charged aud stated, will be taken as
cunt, ss. il, and a decree entered against you accord
ing to the pruy-r of said bill
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
(i.W. HENDRICKS Comp't Solicitor
December, ll'th. A. D. 1ST1I.
' IlEIIIFF'S SALE.
l!y virtu.- of twoexecutionsissu.il nut of the
clerk's olllc of the county court of Alexander
count;, and State of Illinois, and to mu directed,
wher.-iiy I am coinmiiiid.-d to make th- amount ol
two ( rt tn n judgements recently obtained agaln-t
Juc.il, ll I.yncii Ii favor of Itarvy c. Johns, and
Willi ,m c. Jolins. and run. In favor of .liu obTraber
und U'illlain Anbury nut of the lands, tenutnent
goods ami (.battels of the said Jacob (i. Lynch, I
Lave lev'i d op the following described property,
tow it: hot numbered three CI) in block
iiiiml.ei.d forty eight (Is) lu the city
of Cairo,. County of Alexander und Stale
of Illinois, 'i hen-lure, a. curding to said com
mm..!. I shall expose for sub- at public auction, ul!
the right, lille and interest of the above limned
Ja.-.il. (1. Lynch In and to the above described
property, nt II o'clock a m , on Tuesday, tin- :trd
day of February, lss.i,ut the westerly dour of the
courthouse. In Cairo. Illinois.
Dated nt Cairo, Illinois, this fifth day of Jan
uary, lsXJ. John II.'iim.ks.
Sheriff Alexander County.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. You can g.ve the
business a trial without expense.
I he best opportunity ever offered for
those willing to work. You should
trv nothing else till v..u see for vour-
I If what inn can do at the business we offer. No
i. ioiii to explain here. You can devote all your
lime or only your spare time to the business, 'and
triakii great pay for every hour that you work
Women make as much as men. Hi nd fur special
private terms and particulars, which we mull ireo,
5 outfit free. Don't complain of hard times w hile
you have such a chaticu, Address II. 11 A I.I.ETT &
CO.. Portland, Maine.
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wound by turning a nurl e. i ki oh I acrt I ni I h Zl. lll,'U' ""'"i Ihe watch s
bauds ari set In tEe Z l it h',." .', j. o'.-..,,",l.,1Lt',,'r "r.''"' '' 'X the ordinary means, it,.-
made air tight and dust tight, thus preseniu-r n, i
the il.te. .,ls between the llec Vsirv,el..n . 5"-?
We fin-ward post free ami duty
fllOt.Mi NICKEL rase, lilver plated,
able fur workmen, school boys, etc
v.'Jl.iJ M.fcCTUU-l'I.ATED case, (will
MOI 1 SII.VEK case, engine turned,
jewelled In (i bole
ELEGANT MLVKK nt NTINO case,
seconds. cbr.mu.i.eter balance. Jeweled In
-ui.i case, nonzoutai movement, flat
und. crystal gla. engraved ur plain poli
is ( A EAT l.OI.I), bull bi.utin
iy engraved or plain pullsbed...
is CAI1AT HOLD, hunting ( -a-
r i i
ur Enamel Di.-il, sunk second
Cumpensullull Balaiire. etr
is CA HAT l.Ol.D. Hunting case, ln-t
nieiit. jeweled in Is hules liuld Balance,
li'-c orat'-d double huniitii.' c tise
CHKONOMETEH WATt II. highly
thmiighout. will, ail the latest in.prov. n. us. lu double l..,ttottiel.-ngiue turn.-d. plait,
poiisbe.l ,) -engiaved. is carat gold l.i:utir.S(as.-. fldoi bi.nl white enM.H-l Cial. with
sunk sec mi!, etc
i HhONOMETEIt-CAI.ENDAIt W.VK H. win, ,,,re ,..,i. .tl.,) Hl(i;k.(,,
fourth of seconds, showing ou dial, day nt ihe m.ntb. luuntl. of the year, and day of
the week, w ilb best chronometer movement. , arefully examined, in splendid decorated
or plain pullsbed extra strong bunting case. Thl. wat- h is generally -u'd by retailer
at fiom f.'-w to J tui
.11.1 .1 s... .
ah uie ao.ive wati.ius in smaller
Monograms, Anns or Crests, will he enpaved
out additional cost.
Everv wan h asked for will be Immediately furvvaiil.il. r!v for immediate ne an.
me .,imic. ruse, ine r.'EU ur tv and im-r
rs warrBDu.d In writing fur three year 'during hi.
watch is lurward.-d to us post free. All gold cases
wat.bes the la-., are best sterling Silver.
Persons residlne In any t.art of the rniii.trv ii
order t ..rV,...i.:i n,..Vf. ......",.."
,,:.. , ," '"' ? "
II no giving the murt complete ,atis!ct,ou. will
may b- ent either In Huna note, or by P-t orl'ce
orders of .. and more wat. L.-s.
o r i x i o .n s
ine Mm. asvve ur.di itnnri. does r.ot prof.
ii-hi iue , ; anu iron. ir,e magnittiSe o Itit
reived the impress of public opinion.
. ... , ,, , Fiom the Rnrdeaux Journal" -.'4 Mai, l-.
. i-cientious.y recommend a.l who want to buy a good and durable wat.h at modi rat.- t.r
le-iniotit it Co.
Address: MANFRED 1 IE EM ON T iS: C..
ID-x Ittl'J, MONTHKA I.. I'. (
We can .
The (iivat Caniaue Mamifactiirinir House of t World.
Li HI 1j103U1
Be-t mnteria!, i;.ni.I workmanship, handsoni.- -tylcs, str-.ncr and
iurahle vchicies in ev. ry resi-ct.
in every part of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their
testimonials from all parts ol the country of
of which arc on file suhject to inspection:
Messrs F.MfksoN FisitKR 4 (V. : Oai.va, Ii.ns.. July 1,1. is; .
I have used one of your Top Hugglc three years, and three of ih.-ni two year In my flwrv st ible
and thy have given me perfect satisfaction, aud are in constant use, OSCAR SSlALLEY '
Messrs. Coi-i-ock A Johnson.: Nr.wniiuiiy. 8. f'.. .Inlv t? is-i
Dear Mr:-1 have been nslng the Emerson A:
ti.ise a t.nv ..lie could . nit a hud hnrse. .Iruve li th
myselfln the buggy, und It Is to day worth nil the
:: .-;. .... - .. ; . . ..' ..
nuggies win uo.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others reqiiirinir hard and
constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which ti u
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabl:n"
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISIIER & CO.'S CARRIAGES ARE THE REST.
,".""".?"!' Projection ion the side uf the rsc.
h I r 1, 7'"" , ' c,."'IJl''1 lD "'"'''"t'-
. , 'h ' "'U """"'J' of ". (-'really l.ro-ongai.
paid, at the following vtm:
opeu fuee, Jeweled in
crvstal tlass. sunk ei otuls,
lever ntovi lie
' lit. erystal gluss. sunk second,
engtave,!. Ugh!)- fi.i-h.,1 nne.,.cn,. sunk
lo 1,,,.1,-s. one. ,f il.e best silver watd.es uu.le
aud elegant. Jeweled tloongl;
- hed .s-e
very tnperior tnovenieut. i-iiia ii n led. rich-
i-iignned. ski-h-ion l.evi t
and cur- fully i iuicIm .1 Skeicion I
vvlih til Ihe
jatest iinpiDv. j. : . i.is .pi. miiu
III. inch;, lit j.-M.lc.l
1 ' 1
sizes fur Ladies at th
same i i. ( s.
uu the hacks ..I th
1 a' s.
miii, i, m.,v.i...,i , .
h p, nod no . Large will bV o7 n-P - J ?
n .de aLd .old I v us tie is carat r.u- art I il v
" 1 ."-.a .Mu
t hm i,...: -..... ...i .... . .. ,
o-ivn-.-.-or liana, r -
iim.g iin-i-XBCi wat.n ordered by them, wl-i
be williLglv . x. han-vd -or the m-mey return -d Mo i
inun.-v urH.-r. A diA nuut of .; p . Vl a , vv, d r
' "" '
OF T II K I'UKSS.
maim- Indnstri.-lle" Pans. France, jfc S.pt., ;:.
to lntk watches at the lowest nr-re. i,ni ihe V.
lr t !ls.I.i s
we ti.sy fahly Judge that th. y !.,
FISHER & CO., are now in ihe
work is warranted, They have
purport similar to the tolhnving,
Fisher Iluggy 1 bought from rou as rouuhlv I u
nt nil I unei.u. n.,ii,..i ...i.i. .... r . .. '
money 1 paid lor it.
: r .'. ' -." " """ " arowp a. e
1 .'v. '.!!'.'. K ri"'" Pl'ber
A. M. 'I EAOl'li, Farmer.
made in localities where they Imvo l,t.,.,j
F S KI