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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNT?.
Gen. Charles Ewiso, brother oi Gen.
Tom, who disappeared last fall in Ohio,
will probably be nppointed governor of
Utah in place of Emery, whose term of office
expires soon. The salary is not very tempt
ing, but Ewing thinks he will try and make
up in glory for what he fails to secure in
And now New York reports state that
the friends of Tilden and Kelly have come
together and agreed to work together here
after on the basis that the New York dele
gation shall go into the Democratic nation
al convention uninstructcd and unpledged,
c 'pt to vote as a unit for the candidate
who develops the most strength with the
representatives of the other states.
Aftkr the wondertul reports in the Re
publican organs about the perfect success
of tlic negro occupation of Kansas and the
tin; prosperity of the immigrants, it is as
tonishing to read some heartrending state
ments from Republican philanthropist in
that state concerning the starvation and
general destitution of the -'escaped blacks."
We infer that the organs have been greatly
violating the truth.
John Rchslll Yovso, in his "Trip
Aroun 1 the World with Grant," represents
the third term candidate as saying that the
foreign element of the North is a very dan
gerous element in politics, and that it
would never do to allow it to gain any con
trol in the administration of the govern
ment. "The foreign element of the North"
no doubt is a very dangerous foe to Grant
isru. And the same may be said of every
other "honest element of the North." Gen
eral Grant may rest assured that he will al
ways find the "foreign element of the
North" unalterably opposed to the ringism
that Jisgraeed his administration.
Piiof. Swing, in a recent lecture on
King Progress," said that "if we would
adopt the morals of Moses we would be ar
rested and sent to prison as criminals."
And then he added : "However defective
ut false the evolution theory is in its radi
cal form, no one can any longer doubt that
our earth is the arena of a law of progress
which declares that all things must march
onward and forward, and, like Lot's wife,
must never wish to go back Old
philosophies, of agriculture, old domestic
arU, old sciences, medicine, chemistry, as
tronomy, old modes of travel ami com
merce, old tortus of Government and relig
ion have all come in gracefully or ungrace
fully and have said, 'Progress is King, and
long live the King."'
Govkbnok Lono, of Massachusetts, fa
vors woman's suffrage, and says as much in
Ida inaugural, but thinks that the time has
not yet come for a general extension of the
franchise. He says that "so smt.ll a number
ef women voted at the elections for school
trustees that he recommends the postpone
ment of turthcr legislation until the work
ings of the law as it now is shall convince
the muss of people that it will be right and
Advantageous to throw open tho doors still
wider." Governor Long is wrong in thus
advising tho legislature. If woman's suff
rage is a right thing in itself, the mere fact
of failuro to exercise the privilege of voting
does not impair it. Besides, if our memory
serves ui well, the people of the north, win n
agitating the question of negro suffrage
which they forced upon us, never spent 11
moment in discussing whether the negro
would exercise it or not. It was his right,
they said, and for that reason they confer
red it. Deal Justly by tho women, and con
for the privilege upon them with ns little
Hemorrhoids. I suffered terribly. Had
made arrangements with a prominent sur
geon to operate. A friend advised mo 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 drugcists.
Send tor pamphlet. Dr.Giles, 120 West
Rroadway, N. Y. Trial 6izo 25 cents,
old by Barclay Bros.
NEWSY GLEANINOS FROM THE STATE.
The llliuois river is entirely free of ice.
The scarlet fever has taken a fresh start
Chenoa will have a new one-mile trotting
track in the spring.
There were eighteen divorce cases before
the Christian county court at its recent ses
sion. Senator David Davis owns nearly 0.000
acres iu McLean county, nearly till of
which is improved.
The venerable John Dunham, of New
burg, Pike county .celebrated his S7th birth
day on New Year's day by a large family
Geo. "Wormley was drowned by being
sucked under the Fox river dam, at Aurora,
a lew days since, while crossing the river in
The death of Georue Xt. Siebcr, the. ab
sconding ex-treiisurei of St. Clair county, is
reported to have taken place in the city ot
The county clerk of Pike county issued
thirty-five marriage licenses during the
mouth of December, the largest number lor
any month during the year.
The Indianapolis, Decatur and Spring
field railroad company will begin running
trains between Decatur and Indianapolis
the first of next month.
The post-office at Camp Point was bur
glarized the night of the 8th. by blowing
the safe open. Two hundred dollars in
casli was taken. No clue to the burglars.
Wanted. Sherman it 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 above.
Mv oooi) woman why are you so out of
sorts,neverableto tell folk sthatyou are well'j
Ten to one it'all caused in ttu firs: phi ee
by habitual constipation, which has no
doubt finally caused dcrangod Kidneys and
Liver. The sure cure for Constipation is the
celebrated Kidney-Wort. It is also a spec
ific remedy for nil Kidney and Liver dis
eases. Thousands are cured by it every
month. Try it at once.
THE MODERN MOSES.
M. AV. Reynolds, chief of the exodus
bureau, has his hands full just now. With
a black brigade at his heels all day. Ho is
beginning to assume the responsible air of
an admiral of a colored troop of horse mar
ines. The Topeka people will assist the
society with cast-off clothing, bed-clothing,
GOODNESS GRACIOUS ME!
It is said that in Bloomiugton a person
hears very little political talk around the
hotels. In fact the politicians of Bloom
ington do not resort to the hotels to lay out
and talk over the plnns for carrying on a
campaign, but instead go to some law office
where the preliminary arrangements are
entered into for an approaching political
race. In Springfield, Chicago and Peoria
before and during the progress of a cam
paign, the offices of the hotels seem to be
the general wigwam of all the big chiefs
and moguls who drop in after supper to see
how things are likely to "pan out," but
here in Bloomington, where the Republican
party was almost born, one absolutely fails
to behold even the smallest knot of local
politicians in the hotel offices, these places
being generally filled by guests of the
house, the 'bus men and a few stragglers,
who drop in because they have no other
place in particular to spend the evening.
What ! Never? Never tried St. Jacob's
GARFIELD AS A SCHOLAR.
It is Paid that Gen. Garfield's scholastic
attainments fit him for the head of the list
of men of literary repute in the Senate, and
that he will be the best scholar in the body
when he takes his seat there.
The closest student of our day in the
senate was the late Charles Sumner; and if
his mantle has fallen upon Gen. Garfield's
shoulders, it will be worthily worn. lie
will not excel Thurman as an able, pro-
found and well-read lawyer and logical de
bater; but his knowledge of public affair,
and his intorination on general and Hpr-cml
subjects, far surpass those possessed by his
illustrious ami learned predecessor.
A Medicine Snon.i) not dk Gru;Ei bv
the suddenness ami violence of its effects.
Self-evident as this proposition would seem,
there are many foolish persons who arc con
tent only with 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
Y aid termed it, in the Rale of violent pur
gatives. So long kh they wrench the Imw
els of their dupes sufficiently, they are piet
ty sure of a certain measure of success. It
instead of such pernicious rubbish, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters is used, the results
are widely different. The bowels arc re
lieved, but always gently, by this pleasant
laxative, which does not weaken butinvigo
rates them, and endow the co-operative or
gans of digestion and bilious secretions
with nc.tivitv and mmliiritv. Mremrtlw.nu tlm
constitution and physique, and while it is
saie in its constituents, is suhieicntly prompt
Nkw Yohk City, June in, 1S79.
Entiiiklv Rrcoveiiki).--II. 11. Warren
fc Co. 0 kntixmen I hereby certify tliat
mv wife has been using Warner's Safe
Kidney and Livt r cure for Bright's Diseae
and she is now entirely recriged, When
all physician's remedies faioverslie wns in
duced to try your remedy, and, received
beneficial results from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles sho was entirely
cured. , Truly yours
Robert B. FiTZOKn.u.D.
Answer This. Did you ever know any
person to bu ill, without inaction of the
Stomach, .Liver or kidneys, or did you ver
know who was well when either wr.s ob
structed or inactive; and did you ever
know or hear of any case of the kind that
Hop Bitters would not cure. Ask your
neighbor this same question. Times.
Father is Gettinh Well. My daugh
ters say, "How much better father is since
he used Hop Bitters." Ho is getting well
after his long suffering from a disease de
clared incurable, and we are so glad that
he rsed your Bitters. A lady of Roches
ter.N. Y.-Utica Herald.
AND OTHERS SEEKING
I I E A. L T H ,
Strength and Energy.
VVintOVT THE I'sK OF PHVGS. are he
tJI'KSTED TO KN1 FOR "THE KI.fct'TRK'
REVIEW." AN Ii.1.1 STRATKI) JOUR
NAL. WHICH IS P1B1.1SHK1J
FUR FREE DISTRIRL' JION.
IT TREATS npon HEALTH. HYGIENE.
Thycii ai t'nlture. and ! a cumi'.i-H- vr.cyclc)H'
ilia of 'information for ir.vuliui' uliI thou' bo S'.iHr
from Ni'rvouf, Eiliaumluu ami I'ainfai ii we.
Kvery tulijoct that licare iujol hia'.n hcj f,.'.n.:ui
happimn'. recvives atti-ntion io it!" paj'c ; anl !t
many question arki-d ty nifli-rits; it.i'df. ho
DHvedipured off cure, urt aiioweri'i'.. klA va!:ali
itifonnaliou I volunumd to all tio arc In Lcnl of
ThemhJiTt of Elocirk Bc-Ufvernif Mcdiclte. ai:d
the hundred and one n'.iet!on ol viral iniinrrtni.ee
to mflVricg humanity, arvduly otiridereU aid ex
plained. YOUNG M EN
And oilier who Mifier from Nervo1.: atd il)i"al
Debility. Lor ol Manly Jor. rr-cia'.;;re KsLaaf
tion mid the many eloomy coi.fee jvrct of euriy
indiscretion, etc.. are topeciuliy luDef.tedl.y col
f nltiiiK itp content.
The -KLKCTKIC KF.ViKW oxj.ofec the unrri'.ti
Gated fraud practiced by cack tnd medical
potnr who profem to jiracticc u. "': :n:e," utid
points out the only fafe. simple. 1:1. U elective r-;:iJ
to Health. Vigor and llodily K::er?y.
Send yonr adiirss on postal card 'for a copy, ;n.d
information worth thouacd wi;i be kl: 50:1.
Addrt's, the puu!h-ber,
JTLVEIiMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
t'or. Eighth i Vine streets. rii,elmmtl. 0.
Coupbf. 'o'.d. Co- :r::p!kL.A--:hma.
UruLchitls. t:.d u'.i o:l.'-r
Throat abd Luns AfirrioLs In
dorsed hv the Fress aid i't.i
ciatis, Taken hv llid'.i'alid ai. l
It has no Equal
Toll-Gate No. 2 tt
Tj objects to find. Send stamp tor pacU.'.je
1)11. fc.f. ABBEY. B .::a.o. N. V.
Winter's P.hick. f erner seventh Street arA C n:
Desires to It'fhrm the cilizcr.s of CVro atd v'.!: ;y.
that she hue a
New and Large Stuck of Goods
Which she win sell at ..m,ALCOT,Cof:s,.ir.' oi
. and t'ntrimined
Hats and Bonnets.
And Fine Imported llo-e. for Ladies acd fhlii'.-it.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
Ml the verv latest deslLT.s. Price n low a :'.
siliie atjd e'oods marked In plum lijrtiref. Wi'l L"'
lie undersold, i.hu m.u ejaiu.i.e. .mi iroHi. e -o
show foods Lauies who do Lot tee wht.'
want will picas.) ask fori'.
10 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE feklSfa STATES.
On and after Monday, Jate lfi, :hc boat will make
the following trips:
LKAVCti LEAVES LIAVZ
Foot Four h st. Missouri Lar:dg. Ker.tucky Ld'ir.
x a. m. a. m. a. m.
lu a. i". a. m. II a.m.
i p. m. p. ni. .', p. ra.
4 p.m. 4:'ie p.m. I p.m.
D a. m. '.i::i a. in. in a. m.
3 p.m. VM) p.m. 4 p, m.
OK TIIK CONDITION
ALKXANDEH COUNTY HANK.
Caiho. I i.e., .Vomjav. .!u.. r,, jsMl.
IIES'H IM KS.
li'le from other Hanks
. iiMS la
Cash on hand
( emit ami furniture
Capital stoi k pulil In
,. KM !M
We, V. Ned. Vice Pre.nlmt audit Will. Cash-I'-r.
do solemnly swur that lli above statement If
ti lift to Inn best of our know leiln and belief
I'fcJIM Nfcr. Vice President,
II Wr.Lis. t'fsliler.
S.iliscribed and sworu Ui hvU n me thismij dHy of
Jan., IIjhii, Ai.riiKDi oHiNiiM,
CTATE 0? ILLINOIS, i
k? County of Alexander, Circuit Cnu-t of Alex
ander county. Febiuaiy ttrw, A. D. IU.
vs. vDlvonc )n ( timcery.
Flunk Ualglcy, (
Affliiuvit of thu non-residence of Frank Qnltiley,
Ie defendant above named, faavlnbeen tiled in too
ofi,c of tlit) clerk of said circuit court of Alexander
co-.mtj', noilce Is hereby irlveu tothasalil non resi
dent (Mindant, that the complainant hu filed her
bill o! complaint Iu said court on tho chancery side
thereof onthe JVtn day of December, A. D.lhftf.and
that i. summons thereupon issued out of said conrt
KiMiinst said Ucfcuditiit, returnable on the '.'ud Mon
(li.v of February. A. I). 1KMI, in by law required.
Now, thereforn, nnlcsf you, tho nld Frank yulit
by. shall personally be and appear before the said
cireiill court of Alexander cunty on the first day
of the next term thereof, to be holdnn at tho court
I ot.-e in the city of i alro. iu said county, on the
eeond Monday of February, A. I). lHt, and plead,
at.swer or demur to the mild complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and the matters and thlngo
therein charged and slated, will be taken as con-fes-ed,
und a decree entered aintt you accordim;
to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
Wx. E. HKMrnutK. Cotn-jluinout'd Solicitor.
DciemhirjT. A. D.
E. L. B.'iker tnd Julia E. Taker are hereby not!
fed. that en the '-Tin day of December. A. D. iV.V,
i tarlesC. llolten, who sues as receiver of the e
tate of the Safety Deposit Life Ins tram e company,
me.l his bill of foreclosure in the circuit curt of
Aiexacder county, Illinois, on the chancery sldn
t.'iereof. wherein vou. together with ... C. llrowL,
.lames W. Eddy. Lluroln Dubois, and Francis A.
Uidd'.e. are de'.vsdantf, and 'hat sa.d suit a now
jieud.Dt in said court. That tbercupoo a summoi.s
was i-sued out of the clerk's. ofl'.c of s.ild court,
in said cause, returnable on the second Monday of
February, A. D. is-', to a term of a!d court then
to be hoideo at the conrt hoiire iu Caiio. is said
county of Alexander and state of Illinois.
Cairo. Dei ember lbT'.l. JOHN A KEEVE.
Sav!. P. iikclkr. Sol'r '.or ( omp'.'t. Oetk.
Ferdlcatd F. Knukr. Alible A. Iiozier and W.
.1. Tr.vv. are herein nonried tl.i: ou ti:c ."th d iyof
December. A. D. W.v. Michael II. l'helan hosnes
as tsf.cn-e it tionknp'.cv of tftv e-tate of tt Cen
tral K,.r.fs F.ank. filed h's bill of io.-eclo..re. on
ti.eehuiiiery t.tiv of te Alesutider oatity circuit
co'.irt. in the state uf Illinois, wherein you are lie
fimlaus. ar.'l that said cause is now pending iu
said court. That thereupon a summons, was. issued
onto! the clerk's i.ftice of said cov-rt anainst yen.
returmible o: the second Mor.'.av in February. A.
D. losO. to a ler:;, of stid court then to be toiden in
ttecourt ho-se In Cairo, in sai l county.
"airo. Decern her '.H. Is?.' Toiin A Rutve.
A.it kl P. Wntiith, Soi'r f,-r '(u:ji'. t. Clerk.
CTATE OF ILLINOIS, i
County of Alexander. 1 1 irer.it f e irt ol Aitsaii
iler co-.i.ty. February Term, A. D Isiyi.
vs. -ICvcrce. jLCtatc rv.
f!o'..ert li'lihrlst. I
A!i:da.:t of the LOi.-r-sldei.ee of Kobcrt ii:( hrisl
the lielet.dai.: above taii.ed.kavir.i; been tiled in t.'.e
o"lce uf tue (. lerk of 'aid Circuit Court of Aleii.J
i'.c County, notice i here! v tlv 1 1 'he i-aid ten
rt-,detjt (lei'inCiiLt '.Lat tue complainant tia . i
tier ')..! Of coi;,p,i'.r.t .r. a:ti ot.r' :ttl;- t.aij' "V
'id- 'h-i'-of o:i the s.?th day of 1'eetu.ber. A. I'.
l!-7''. ar.tl thut u 'imri;.f!.s tl.et'--.p(.i; if.. an v'.;t ,:
su:d Court i.a.L-' sjid de ru iht.t. r. turuaii ..n
the iuil Min.'.ay of l.t:.t:.i. A.I) 5'. a
Now.tlie.-i fore. ;.o':. '1- a:d UV.n-it tj.l-
chr:t -;.n); p-roii;.y ';.- i.td upf r l.vlore 'he
sai-l i ,te...: i o irt of A er:-.ev ounty. on the fiist
d:.y ot 'he next terta 'h-r. n). t- he hoiden ::t the
Conr' Ho : .ti :i,e City of Cuiro. tn "H.d county, on
tue YomtaY of Febiuary A. D. ". i.nd plead.
at.wer or den. .r to the said i ompiair.aL'.'s bill of
' omt.'tii.t. the sut.ir. ana tLe n.a'.'ers i.nj tt.it.i:s
therein ct.areil ai.d s'.jtei;. v. :': r taken as con-fes-ci.
ar.u a du n ttt-rec u:k1l'. yo'i m i ordiLi;
to -h-prayer oi said n:.i. .ji. UN A KEEVE.
it- i'.V. Hesmu- k. Clerk
' u-.ro. Dec. ''uu A D. .!.
TATE i. F ILL!NuI. .
lr. tie Cijeiit I'ru.ttol A'eral
.) nine. P, . Lee. I
v. ,r.;::for Di.u.-.e.
Murv h. I.. ..)
.:ll'':a-it oi the i,.,t -rl, iei.ee
tii ab'.-.e Lu:i..-d i!el. ti'iui.t l.av.u
it r c :iy,Fi.rl r..
of M..r,- E.
: berr. :'. rll ill
nrllceiit the Li-rn ( I -ti'l Ciri lit i 'cu ot Al-xai.-der
in'.at.f. t.oti'e is l.eieby liven to tl.- f..-l Mary
E Lev u.'t' t.'.e Col.'.p.a Lulit riic: his hill of cor;.
j l.'iir.' i:i al'i '.'.;tt. oiittie Cbincer.v side th' reoi.
ot. '.Le d'V of Iiei emin T and that a sum
mo;. ".:..-.- it .on iss i'd out of -aid co trt
.:-aint ;i'l il. .-L!aut. retutr.abif on the secui.d
.V.oiiuay ol F- b.-uary r.txl lsw. a i by iuw reouired.
.Now.' inli you the said Mary t. L-e sl.ull pT
nal y be utM'.'appear riefore' 'ii.'l t in nit Court of
Alexander i-untv. on the rlrst i!av of 't.e U' Xt tern,
th-r- :o be to.'den In tl.e ' ity of Cairo, in -uid
mut'.v on the second Monday of Fehr.riry A D.
'i v. nr. ! jdi-ad. answer or ih-mur to the said com
; la.l.uiit u biil of i umpiaint. 'lie same uml tLe ma'-
ti,u lh.r.i;s theniti ctaru'-d a:nl s:u'd wiiibe
ti.ket; as i otfei.".l. and a il'-c rei. et.t-.'ed ajrall.-t
vou usuitliue to "he t raver of "aid Ml!.
.JOHN A REEVE.
Mi lkkt i I.i.rii. ''-riflilt. i.t's Mill. :tot.
Cairo. Ills.. Dtc.-.l. .
f 'UANCERY NOTD.E.
wtat" of Iliir.ois i Circuit f -in ( A.eTi.r
Aiexander County if' ter Co . Fch'y t-n:i 'A1
RoV-rt Wa-ktr I
la i 'hancery :
Affidavit if the toii-rccidetce of Robett Walkr
The defendant above. u.med. tiwini been tiled .n
th'-office ol'hi cieiK of ra.d circuit'-ourt of Alexander
County, not i e is hereby given to the said nou- resi
dent delei.d-.t.t that the cnmplainani has Hied her
idii ofcumpiaint in said Court on '.tie Chancery side
thereof on the Pith day of December. A.D. lrC".
and that summons thereupon issued out of suid
court arainst said defendant, returnable on the
vcond V.oi.day ol February. A. D. '.sl. as Is by law
Now. therefor, unless you, the said Robert
WaUer thai) jiersonahy be and appear before the
said circuit ( -iurt of A.exnnor 'yunty on the tjtst
t'.uyoi tie next term thcr-of. tube holden at tl,e
oitrt i!ov.ein the City of airo, in aid County, on
the 'i.oiid M'-nday i-f i etiruary. A. 1). o. inn!
iileafl. ai.-wi ror detnr.r to the said complainant s
tiii! of complaint, the same, ami tho nutters ued
tl.itiL'" therein charued and slated, will be taken as
o:.fe-sed, an! a dec ree enteri.-d against yon accord
iuir to '.!.'. prii ver of said bill
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.,
(.. W. IlENDRP C'jinp't Solicitor."
LVc mbcr. loth. A. I). WV.
C l!E!IFF'sj fiALE.
Rv vir'ue of two executions issued out of the
cleik's fi!vc-e of the county court of Alexander
coonty. ami State of Illinois, and to mu directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to make the amount of
two ceitnin judgements recently obtained against
Jacob 'i Ivucii h lavor of llarvy C. Johns, and
William C. ..ohus. ar.dom. In favor of JacobTraber
t:.d William Auhury out of the land", temimcnti
pods and ( hutteis of the -aid Jacob t. Lynch, I
lave lev:"i in the lollowinir described proierty.
to-wit: Lot numbered three (1) in block
nunibeted forty eight (IK) iD the city
of Cuiro, County of Alexander and Stale
of Illinois. Thereiore, accord ins ' said com
mand. 1 shiiil e.ipose for sale at public nuctioii, all
the right, title and laterest of the above named
Jacob i. Lynch In and to the above described
property, at 11 o'clock a.m., on Tuesday, the Hrd
day of February. is,wi,'at the westerly door of the
court house, in Cairo, Illinois.
Dated at Cairo. Illinois, this fifth day of Juu
uury, lf0. John Hoiicesu
Sheriff Alexander County.
r A v ELK in your owu town, and no
I" I" capital risked, ion can r.vii the
I 1 I Ihunluesa a trial without expense.
If 1 The best opportunity ever offered for
those wllllnir to work. You nhould
try nothitiD else till yon nee for your-
I If what yon can do at the business, we offer. Fo
iiom to explain here. You ran devote all your
time or only your spare timo to the business, ant
make (,'reat pay for every hour that you work
Womeu make as much as men. Henii for special
iirlvalu terms and particulars, which we mull tree,
5 omtlt free. Don't complain of hard times w hile
you have such a chance. Addrun H. IIALLETT &
CO., Portland, Maine.
CONSTITUTION WATER !
THltlOKTIMKH A DAY.
n:En ninoii rn diheahk, inflammation
OK TIIK KIDNKYH, HTONK IN THE BLAD
DER. CATARRH OK TH K HLADDKR, OLKKT,
DIAHKTKH. (IRAVEL, IlRK.'K-DlBT DEPOMT,
For Femiile, OompIaluU a fpeelality.
For fate by ull Vmgtf t. Send for circular.
MOKUAX ALIXN. 60 John St., N. Y.
82ft. f:J5. VV J. OJJCLiO. HI.5,
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesale Price.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
MONTREAL, ai St. Lawrence St.
From Ihlf day n to C hrlstmas, we will forward our iiiflirniucenl mil world renowned watches, at 1 u'l
the price at which Ibe same arc sold by watchmakers, for the latter do liot manufacture them, but ha.e
1 buy tbi m from the manufaclnrers loo. We arc niamilacturiiiif at u M'ECIALTY keylesf watches.
.waT1.kh?h?hMlln,?w!w5,Tion modern Improvcmenuin watch work, It doc-
iway w th the old lashloned key. with which so many persons have ru net their watches; the watih Is
hH.U.,'?.MTn,lf ' nUrUd k" P,l',ct',,1 V,n,,hl' ",' or bow Instead of by the ordlnay means tie
ft1 , "r';111"8. W"y' W"b uml? of I',"''"'"!! "' Projection on the side of ibt. , ,...
The atho litairc! of theso ImprovemeuU are obvious, the case which never need be opeued In wludlHL' in
0," u,f , ''f ,IHl lluBt, ,,Kl"' ,hu" P'' '"K ""! '""m-T tbe tluidlly of Die oil, uml greatly prol "Z ,
the interval between the uecessaiy cleaning of the watch juiiu.-
We forward post free anil duty paid, at Hie following; prices:
STRONG NICKEL rase, liher plateif,
able for workmen, school boy, etc. . .
OOI.D ELECTRO-I'I.ATFl) case, (will not lose (olor) ciystal ulass, sunk seconds,
IT01'T SILVER cane, engine-turned, lexer movement, crystal ulass, stink seconds,
jewelled III j hole mm
ELF.liANT SILVER JII'NTIMJ case, eiirned, highly finished nioviment, sin. k
seconds, chronomcler biilance. Jeweled In 10 holes, one of the best nllver watdies nude
iOl.D case, horizontal movement, fiat and eii-"niit, jeweled throughout, sunk sec
OLds. cr.v-ti.l glass, engraved or plain polished case
IS- CARAT (.OLD, half htmtilix case, very superior mo c in cut. extra J-wclefl, rich
ly engraved or plain polished
lt CARAT COLD, huntlnsiase, richly engraved, Skeleton Lever movement, Cold
. or Enamel Dial, sunk seconds. Compensation Ralai.ce, etc
! IS CARAT (.OLD, IltintiDR case, l.i-t and f arefullj ( jail Im d Skeleton Lever move
j t.ier.t. jewelvd in if holes Hold IlaliiMe. lihi.il the lu'e-t impinvi -incuts, splendid
decorated double huntini; cae
j CL'RuNoy ETEI! WATl.II. hiubly f.i.ish, d thri l imcl. r movemett Jeweled
j th ret; tt out, with ail the latest Itiprov nn-i.ts, in double-bottomed e limine ti.rm d, plain
J olished or er.eraved. Is carat told huntit.t; case, old or hard white ctaii.il diul, Willi
si nk se oi.ds. etc
! CllRCNOMETLR-CAI.ENDAR W.i II, with cmtre ncu.us hand, mark!i.s
I feurth of sciolus, tLotvibK on dial, dsy ol the munth, ruoLth of the year, and duy of
: the week, with best chronometer movement, larefully examined, in splendid decorated
I or plain polished extra strong huntir.)! ease. '1 his watch Is generally sold by retailers
1 )v till
, atfrom$-Wtof )0 ).
All the alove Watt las in smaller sizes fur Lailies at the nune prices.
Monograms, Anns or Crests, will be enraveil on the hacks ot the Gold Watches witli-
out additional cost.
Every watch asked for will be Immediately lonsarded. ready for immeilli te use and i -curdy pui k. d
In a tine Jii ioico iase. Tl.e reEuiaritv and predsli n of Its movenient ai d cotscictitioui wonin aiish p
is warranted in writii.ir for three years, dunlin whlih piiii.il no ihtre,- wlil l.e made lor n-p-irs. ii tie
watch is forw.irded to us post free. All cold last s made tad sold i y ut are 1? carat line, and in sr.-.i i
watches the cast . aie best Merllng Silver.
l'i ter residlnu' in any part of the country i.ec d not hesitate tofurwatd their I'ost Cftlce or Faiik, r i
order to (,ur Monttet i Jlranch. as they may rely epon n-i ei :nij u,,- exact t h orib red by them. hnt .
if not fi ilk the most complete satisfaction, v ill be wiiiineh en hfi-v d or the money retutm d. Mot..--,'
may be sent cither iu Dank Lotee or by I'ost office money oidi r. A discount ol i p. c. will be allow i d ! ,i
orders -d and more watehes.
OPINIONS OF THE PHfcS.S.
From tbcSi niaine ludiisira lie" I'pris. France, l Sept.. l-'.V
The f'.rm. t' c t-iiderstat.i!. ?.,. lot .refcs to inakv watihct at the lowet jirn fun tl.e Vi
wan-lies at the pi.i e; and from the minnitutfe of their I i.slt.ess. we n.av luirly juii-.e that t!;iyla. re
c. A ed the Impres" of public opinion.
From the ronloiux Journal" -.'I Mai, !.
c can c: ..cientiotis'y n omn.cLd all w ho wan to buy a good and durable watch at modi rate l r (e
to ti.r.s ..It M. I5ein.oi.tJt Co.
Addie.-s: M.VNFHKl) J5KI.MONT & Co.
1 l..x 1 '. 1 M () S TI! KA 1 I'. t.
The fJreat C'n 1 riaixe )Luiufacturiiiir House of tlio Woi-M.
Top Billies and "Phaetons,
Hot rw.tf.-ml, gool workmanship, liantlom' f-t j Its, strong anil
liurulile veliH it s in cv-iy rc-sjiott.
- f A A A f i
Manufactured by EMEKSOX,
in every part of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is waininteil, They have received
tcBtimimiiils from nil parts ol the Country of purport similar to tlii following, liuqilrcds
0f which arc on file Mihjoct to insjicction :
Messrs. Emukson Fisiikh k Co. ! (Iai.va, Ii.i.h., .July 111, iHV.i.
I have used one of your Top Tluiijles three years, and linen of them two years lo my livery stalde,
and they have ulveu mu jiurlect satislactlou and are In constant use. USL'AK 811 ALLEY,
M-ssrs. Coi'i'OCK Joiinhon.: , NkwkkiiiiV, H. C, July IT, 1 H7! .
Dear iSiri : J have been using the Emerson & Flrln-r Hugey 1 houi;ht from you as roughly I sup
pose as auv one could. 1 had a fast horse, drove him at full speed, sometlmef with two itrowu Indies and
myself in the tmuiry, and it Is tu-day aorth all Hie money 1 paid lor It. 1 mv Hi" Emerson .t Fisliei
IliiUCles will do. ' A. M. Th AUl'K. Farmer.
The fnvorahle reputation the Carriages have made in localities whoro tliey have been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard mid
constant use, has led to an increased demand from thohc localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of tlieir mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
opeu face. Jeweled in 4 holes, ery suit-
s v n
FISHER & CO.,
FISHER k CO., are now in use
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.