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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1SS0.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY,
The congressional committee mi c"m
mercc in seriously threatened with a loss of
power. It is proposed that all matters re
lating to the improvements of the Missis
sippi river and its tributaries shall be rel
egated to the committee ou Mississippi
levees. Sliould the effort succeed, the prep
aration of the river and harbor bill, an im
mense lever, will be taken out of the hands
of the commerce committee.
Thkkk is talk f Grant dictating the
nomination of AYaehbuMie at the Chicago
convention, in tlx ent of failure
1o -cure it lor himself. Grant can do
nothing of the sort. Grant's supporters
will support him because tfir-y want to use
aim and not because they a imire him us a
leader or love him as a man. "When they
" that he cannot be nominated they will
go for whom they please, be it Wa-hburrie,
herman, Blaine, or any other man.
;koi.eII. Stwaiit, at one tim- anion-,'
Ve most prominent ami wealthy residents
of Philadelphia, and famous as a fricDd of
Grunt's and in connection with the Chris
tian commission during the war. has lost
too presidency of the Mechanics' National
ank. A bitter fight was made at the an
.ual election for directors, and his ticket
wan beaten three to one. The tailure of an
Bullish dry goods house with which he
was connected, was the ostensible motive of
the war upon him. He made a vigorous
fffort to save himself, but wa more popu
lar with other banks than with his own.
The quarrjl still rages iu Maine. The
decision of the supreme court hast J upon
the Republican interrogatories is alleged to
be partisan, and is, of course, unsatisfac
tory to the organized legislature; and the
numbers of that body are not much in
clined to acquisce. The difficulties ol the
situation seem to be increased instead of
removed. Th best thing "both parties can
do in the circumstances is to agrve n sub
mit the whole question back to the people,
ailing a new election for governor and
members of the legislature. This priced
urc will result in a tettleincnt ti.at none
can question, but which will be fiitisfActory
to all concerned. Let the people deride.
Ii is announced that Conkling owes his
control of the federal iatronage in the state
of New York to Fenton. As the story runs,
Fenton so jiestered the phlegmatic. Grant
with applications for minor appointments
that, in sheer self-def use, the latter deter
mined to place the fntire patronage in
Coukling's charge, and did so. Mr. Hayes,
it seems, has not seen lit to interfere with
thin presidential labor-saving arrangement,
and consequently, Mr. Conkling remains
practically as much of a dictator as he was
during Oram's administration. This power
is so great that it practically amounts to the
control, politically, of the state, and it is
aid that ho proposes to use it for Grant so
long at there is any hope of his succes,
and after that for his first love Conkling
Bknatoh Tuuhman, jspcaking of the sur-
plus revenue deposit with the States In
J 838, auid that Ohio's share (about 200,'
000) wai ont to the various County Com
missloners to Ue loaned out to the people
'ou good bond and security and real estate
mortgages," but he epresed a serious doubt
"whether the State had got that money bark
' -ct. It would bo interesting to know what
till those states with whom tins f 28,000,0(10
wns depositi'tl did with the. money. Ken-
tuvkv revelled for awhile iu costly Internal
Improvements with hers. It would go
hard with many of those twenty-sis States
who received the money to he compelled
to pay it hack again. Yet Senator Thtir
man announced his opposition t the propo
sition to cancel the charge against tlie
ItllKCMATISM SIXTEEN YkAKS. I .SIItl'lT-
ed io severely that 1 was often robbed of
my night's rest"; a change of weather would
have the most painful effect on me, for then
I could not move my hands or feet. Half
a bottle of St. Jaoob's Oil cured me.
Thomas ()tt,St. Boniface, Pa.
OI K WASHINGTON I.ETTEU.
p.'i isl iorrefpuiidencc to Tlie Hi i.i .n
Wasimsoiox. Jan. 1?, 1SS0.
Senator Morrill must be a disciple ol'
that eminent tinancier who said thai a na
tional debt wa a national blessing, and
seems to improve on his master's teachings.
He argued yesterday that it was better to
pay four per cent, on the ltonds soon to be
is-ue.l. tlian a less interest. Why not let
the live and six per cent, bonds remain out.'
It was said yesterday by a member of the
house committee mii Indian atl'uirs that the
charges made hy G-iicra! l-'isk airaiust
Commissioner Iloyt would be the ulect
of congressional inv: -stigation.
Secretary Sherman think that in two
or three years the debt ot nearly every
state and city in the country will be con
siderably reduced, and that the honest
course adopted by the government, now
seem to have been judicious as scll as
lonest, has forced attention of legislators
and officers generallv to the subject.
In these iav of investigation the at-n-
tioii ot congress is asked to the fact that the
death rate aniing tin; colored iieojile of
this city is twice that of the whites. This
has been the cae for years. This climate
here is not unsuitable, so that some other
cause must be found. Is it a lack of food?
are the colored people of Washington
starving to death in the shadow of the cap
ital. A friend of General (Tmmberiaiii, of
Maine, writes here a contradiction t.f the
statement that, prior to accepting command
of the state militia he had an understand
ing with Sena'.or Ulaine as to the coarse he
would pursue. The General is well known
to many of the best citizens of Washington,
and ajnong them the contradiction was
wholly unnecessary. ThOre will always be
jealousy at the use of troops in conneetioii
w ith the civil affairs ot any state, but win n
troops become netessaiy it will be u satis-i
faction if they can ulwars be under the
command of a gentleman so patriotic and
so clear headed as General Chamberlain.
This is not intended as a Presidential, or
other "boom," but the writer believes that
he will gratify all li s readers, who may not
know the general in thus describing him.
It is understood that the two delegates
from this city soon to be elected to the lie- j
publican Convention at Chicago will !
pledged to support General Grant. Thos"
who have control of the preliminary move
ments are all for the General.
It is probable now that Mr. Price's hill to
require half the reserves of the National
Bunks, to be kept in gold and silver will
be passed. Mr. Price agreed to let the b!i!
go over a few days in the House.
New Y'ohk City, June K, ItsO.
KNTir.thY Rkiovkkkd. II. H. Warieu
& Co. Gentlkmes I hereby certify that
my wife has been using Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver cure for Bright's Diseae
and she is now entirely recriged. When
all physician's remedies faiovershe was in
duced to try your remedy, and received
beneficial results from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles she was entirely
cur d. Truly yours
HonERT B. FnoMtAi.D.
A sjT'JBY OF DK FOE'S SHHEWDNKSS.
From the Eiaoiiner.
A to j adventurous bookseller went to
De Foe in great distress one day. He had
published a large edition of a vey dull and
heavy book, called "Drelincourt on Death,"
with "several directions how to prepare
ourselves to die well," and the public, not
much relishing unauthorized directions of
that sort, had stubbornly refused to buy it.
De Foe quieted the mini's fears, Nothing
short of a ghost irom the grave, he said,
could recommend such a book with effect,
hikI a ghost from the grave the worthy
bookseller should have. De Foe set to
work and called up "The True History of
the Apparition of one Mrs. Veal the next
day after he Death, to one Mr.
liargrave. at Canterbury, the bth
of September, 1705, which apparition rec
ommends the perusal of Drehncourt's Book
of Consolation against the Fears of Death,"
.Nothing could possibly be more exquisitely
real than the business-like, homely, earnest,
and common-place air of truth which was
thrown into this narrative. It is purported
to be drawn up by -'a gentleman, a Justice
of Peace at Maidstone, Kent, a very intelli
gent person." The "discoursu is attested
by a very cohcr and understanding penile
woman, who lives in Cunterburv. within a
few doors of the house in which Mrs. Bar
The justice "believes his kinswoman to
bo of so discerning n spirit as not to be put
upon by nny fallacy," and the kinswoman
positively ussures the justice "that the
whole matter, as it is related and laid
down, ir really true, and what she herself
heard as near as may be, from Mrs. Bar
grave 'a own mouth, who, she knows, had
no reason to invent or publish such a storv.
or any desire to forgo or tell a lie, being a
woman of so much honesty and virtue,
and her whole life (i course. as it were., of
nictv." And hat said the ahutt! The
i Khost lirelincmrt's book on death was
! the best hook ever writ'en on the subject.
I Jl". MluriOCK WHS IK1 oau, lu mium
books had merit, several others were worth
mention, but Drel'mcourt, she protested,
had by far the clearest 'notions of d- ath
,,,.,1 ,, Citiivi. sfiitii fif inv Tlii' nuir itive
ami tlie tiituie state ol anj . i m . mur.im
was iniuiciiateiy appenaeit inne hook ami
a new edition advertised. It Hew like
wildfire. Nay, the book Ins been popular
ever since. Mrs. Veal's g!ii st is believed
Si iKSTisrs m v niKrKK about the path'.
ogy of rlieumaiisni.its oiigin and whether it
be hereditary, but irrt fragil'e testimony
proves that when a tendency to it develops
itself, Ilostctter's Stoiii.ii.li Bitters Is a re
liable means f subduing that tendency.
Some of tlie prescribed remedies for the
disease tire decidedly objectionable from
the danger attending their use, others are
utt t!v ineffectual, the best, ;!' st check is
the Hitters. This very obstiiute malady,
the more elleettially to overcome it, one
knows what terrible, wimt ceaseless puin it
can inflict. AVhv t.'icr. should this atro-
ciotis. ol'ien fatal complaint be allowed to
Lt'iin headway through indifference to its
earliest symptoms, when a safe, long tested
and strongly recommended medicine pre
sents itselt." In addition to suggesting this
i means of relief it seeiys not inappropriate
to caution the rheumatic against exposure.
v; I'. tut Si BoTTi.i.s. If y"'-i
are siiii'ering from a combination of liwr
or kidney disea-s, and constipation, do not
fail to use the celebrated Kidney-Wort. It
is a dry compound a easily prepared a-a
cup of coffee, and in one package is as much
medieine as can be bought in sx bo:t.-s of
Ti:k Wi.i.u-Know si'oiuian. lhnnv
Hamilton. :J2 West :51st street, N. Y.. did
not believe a ringbone could be cured until
he used Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia,
and now rir.es Spavins, Splint, and
thoroughpins bv its use. Sold by all drug
gists. Send for pamphlet. Giles' PilN cur'.
'Dyspepsia. Dit Gii.k.
120 West B:oi.dw-:iy. N Y.
Trial s:ze 2o cents, lirirola-.- Bros.
Wavi KD.--S!ierni in Co.. Mil-'.:;.;!.
Mich., want an ac-nt in county at
once at a 'alary of $l'Kj j.vr j.jontli and
expenses paid. For f.tll ar:icul;ir- ad
dress as above.
Did Bi.imi;i. A serious tmeute , ur.-ed
on Johu street last nryht 'wtwe.-n f..i horny
handi'd sons of toil, which r.;:ilte:l :n a
broken arm for Smith and a crack'?'.! rib
for J 'ick son. For ha. I blood there is noth
ing equal to S.'oviil's Blo.'d aii i Liver Sy
rup, which iriv-s out all impuritie Y,k
AN!) OTHKKS E EKING
I I U A. L T I I.
Stivnjjtli and Eiioriry.
iv 1 rnoi'T ti'k t'sK or in:t .ts. ai:k pk-
Ol KsTEl' 'I M SKN Ii Koi; -THE l.l.r I ): ! '
HEVlfcW." AN KM S'TKATKll .lofl;
SC.. WHICH I- HI HI IsIIKU
KOIt PUKE UlsTXlllI 1 !ON
IT TlfKAT npon HEALTH. 11Y01ENK. a:.-.
I Physical I'n'sture, auu i a rompK'tc- I'ticyelose
Oiii oMul'ormalioii for Inrhllde hdiI ihoe vi l;o s.ir. r
from Nervous. ExtiaiiMiro: ami I'Minl.ii Iiinean
Every eii'.ij' ct that bear ueo t'njili and h. 11.10.
Iii'lipiae-s, i-.Teivei. attention in i' yui : lira 'Ii.'
many questions asked ly mfferlni; nmillrK. w'10
btve d:spared of enre. m answered, and Miiiai. e
information i" volunieTred to aii who ie lu jje,-u of
Thesubjei t of Eietn ii IteHr vr V. dicine. and
tLe hundred ai.d "in- ii'ienlon i!'vitl importance
to "iitl-rir.e it.n.uint'. . nn-d'.or C"i:n . n-i a: t ex-
Vml otijersui o cfller ftmo Nervoit p.td pbyaieal
Debility. of Maniy 'Uoi. P.- -nrnt-re hx'hau
tioii nr.! ti.e 11. any i'liioinr roreq:i-j:ci a of early
iLd'st r' tion, etc.. a.-i (-specially befitted by con
aHiu !tc cm'- ntc.
Tin- EI.I-.i TKli; P.E ili'.V t-xpore- the unmiti
Stilted fri..ds .rarii:e"l t',v 'tiuek and n.edical impostor-who
prof-s to' "practie.0 medieine." and
point- out the only .i.fe. simple, and effective rend
id llenlth. YijTor ainl liwdily Ecer.-y.
vetd voaraii ires 1,1: i..i.:hl i .tru'loi' a co) v. ai.d
ii.forma'.inn worth tho-j-ai ds he ett you.
Ade.rec-. the putjli-hT.
I'l'LYKEMACHKi: GALVANIC CO..
Cor. KijthYb I Vine Streets-. Cincinnati, o.
(.'itili. t'o.ii". Consumption. As
thma. It: uii-ti itif. and ai, otio-r
'i l.roat and i.iniir Ailectioi.- l.i
dorsed 'v thu Pr' am! I'l$r'
'.ian. taken by thouau'!- ai.d
iKi'r":a; hiv hvm.
J' hai- ).o Ei.iul.
T(llI-(iJlff ll B"-'llfnl Colored Pi. J
lUll-iU, n.:e very inifenio'J-.
T.'objec'afo Rml . "'ii.l (tamp t-.r package.
Da. E (.'. AliHKY. li'iUuio, '. Y.
Vlnt r'a lllock.Cdrncr Sex nth Xt re. t anil Com
nief lal Avenue,
O. -iteB to Inform tt'-' ciii.r x of Cairo Ltd
t ult v.
Ihut fhc l;H a
New and Lare Stock oKmioiIs
Which she will ell at ATVAI cost. r,,i,a.Kt.t g of
Hats and rwiinicts,
And Fine Imported Ho-e for Ladien and Children.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All th very latent dealuna. T'rlcea aa ln-
aibla and Rood- niarkeu in plalu fl ptarea. Will not
unucr7.,iiu, vn eniniiac. no irOMiija to
ahnw goods Ladlea ho do not (: what Uif,
tsant Ul plum ack for i. '
I. I, n.il.ertnd .T ilia K. Phkt are In ruby roll
(lil, th.it on tlii;!bduy of Ileum uur. A. 1). ISiO,
( hfirl". t'. llolteu, win 3tn in rucelviT of tt
int.' the Sitfcty lienour l.if,' Hmrunce company,
tiled hl hi!! of forecUi; T m the circalt cnurl pf
th.-reof. fairiu yon. un;eih"r vv'.tb c.o. Brown,
1 'IntU"1 W. IMi'y. I.Uic du I' lhoin. and Frbinin A.
,,:4,,J;t. hr, ,i,.(,.!,jdUt-. that said .ult h uow
Ae u.i:iler cor.uty. Illliio.i. on ihe chancery mle
pMMUit '.a iaid court. 'i'Lat thcreapou a anmnionH
wu faid out of the clerk oftco of ,nd court.
In -hid ca ie, i.'iurtiaiilt on the aneond Mouauy of
I Yb; ,:nrv, A. t). ikmi, to a term of nairt court then
to!;;- n.ilUn at the rourt-houre In Cairo, in raid
I'l .ntvot A eiunderanc male of MlttiolN.
t .tiro. ti . .-mber a;. JH79. .IC.'JN A . KESVK,
S ,u ri I'. WjjKiutf., hd'r tor CoH.pl'l. Cierk.
MlANi KRY NOTRE.
Kerd nstid Y. Rniur, Ahliie A linger find V.
.1, Twy, re !e i, by not. tied that fo tJ.e iMth dy of
lieieiu' i r. A I). Isid. Victiiel B . I'hflan whoniea
a- i.h-!l'h ih baciirnp'rv of the elatn of 'ho i Vn
trui vir-iis Punk, t.ld kin bill oi forxlour, on
lfi.' i tiuir. ry niiieof ln Alexander connty c rcnit
court, in 'he suite of lll.nois. wherein you m de
feiidatts. and that id cauiio m now pendini; in
nid cu'ir:. That therenpon a nrnmons iHui d
at of tii .-lerk'p oftiee of K-.id conrt aciinot yo t,
re;urn.iil-or the ccou1 .MoO'lav '.n Kehr.nry, A.
)) 1KS.J. tf. n mi of mid cor.rt il nto be holdeii in
tiiTourt-ho'.:"" Id ('hire in mid connty.
I'.".n;Vf.s.lN'(- Juiin A klttr.
S(ctt. P. WMHiti'h, sol'r for Cin:p! '. '.'Itk.
l.'TAVB OV M.KNs CL.'JlAS. if. tl.'.sf;
Vie ii'.il' r..,LHl. !.nv'ui boeu hiipu r.li"i rtdt. i.
tstrn'or of the . ctete of llecn-.o 4'i.Iivmi. ite of 'l.ii
i'o..ii'yijt Alexander ar.(i l?ta of lli.iion, liern.
hereby given uot'ce that he will uppeirf lR-frft
'tie i ' -.iiv," i our; of Aleiatib r county, tl the
'0..f It ..'' lu ''tiro it !:ie WMi'b tei:n.', on th'i
f '.con ! Mondtiy :n Murri; eex;, n: wh'.-.h '.'rue t '
i.-r-oas havinj.'Utiiis ki'm: sn.d iate are r..i;..
Ted ati'i rei('a-t " o atiend f' .- :h" "' ',' 01 h. .
ins :L" -ituo l.l!n'e'; All eroi tntblvd to
mid eiu:e urc re.iiie.i.'d to t,i,ke '.-nruttdn.'! l'.'V
moot to the nnrtera'i'.vd.
fATrfl' K H U.IVAN. If. -i.it ii-fatd.-.
Putc! ::;:!) day, .J .tjf.urj. A. f
)i fit lr K s.u ;.
P.y villi. e ! two eX'.'ii',...-:. . ..,.'
'inV ulir ol the eo-.nty o ,?t Ain.xaioe'v
roi.L'.y. atd State of Illinwis. Mirl to uu directed,
w h-r.y I srn coi.'imhiid.d to make an.unt l
two i r';.:ii 'iii- in-'ii'. rec-i-'ly vfio'd i:.'air.t
J ' ir L" lit t i'l favor oi lltrv, i' .ian, hi, i
Wiiiisin C. .iohii. autuM it. f.i-.or oi .'I'.'.ot'Tth'e r
(.lid Wiliinn AiiUary n.,t of tie' 'snd. '"nMle u-s
U'O'H'- 1.8 d Chattel" ol' t!ie na'.d .'u'-- h . i.yi.fll. 1
lu,ve ievi-0 i.n .fce .olloitif d'Tib' : ;-rpery.
to-wit: l.o' tei'n'.H-r-'d thre i e ,v 1
I!'.'.t:''T"d I'efy ehl (4H 'Z t4" 'l'
or (Yiro. Viinty if A-xanO-1 :.ad S :..'
ol' I'l noi 'Jie-ftore. incrdiri' to i..r! ton.
ii.uf.;. i -a ''l eipo" for : at p );. '.ot.oL. a ;
H." ri.'t'l. ti'.ie jik! itrt '.ne i.'.ovc naL,. i
Juoi'jii. I.yacii iu ar.ii to :t" j-O.-w irr.!i..d
pMp'Ttv. at" '.1 oVl.e- . rr . on '"'.I' s. n. the
ila ot ('i- 'iis.'T. I".st h! 'h- .i'-''. ' t! ..-.? i-( .'
eoiif hu'Js.'. ( h ! . JliiL u-.
ilfei i.; b ,'. .'oioi-. '.Ll .'f-r. ,-. ot
.i : .'. r' 'i a s 1' ieo .
To R.i 1' iri;
Yu'i v: ':', T. -1 1 ii i tt:.' "' L M'.S.ij.. tt.e
ti.'.ti (.;.? Ketiraary.'sK'. ie.ii..i. -r.-.or of rit '.
viii ;n'-s-Tit ' '.'.! tif.f. .rt t A'ettfci'.' r
o'ltty. at 1 ..ro. 11. .1; fir... report . f
hi a",..,- ii.i: iii'n; . r. ti!i:.in:-:rK-.... ,
aid !; tli- e.i'ut r.i 1- e..-i ;.ari.'-. ii fum. any
mil 1. i J'::.".L"T ,i.tie s .1. r- : o:.":bi'.i:;.- - i.te :
wn -i..d -'.ii'". ur.fi :: a .i,.:D."trfct'..B 'Eer- .f.
at wbi a lini" iin.i 1 .1.' . yo . tnay ! pr..-n. a:-d
-I'. h i.J .; ;.v-i-'..:- if V... too"" MMlll
s W; 'EL, K. WJ,Kr..
vi;i AM' 1 oai..
: . '.. ail k't-
Core. Wood, Stove W'ooil,
J)!(x MUDDY COAJj
W01 ANIi COAL YAKP:
TeiitL Street. Between Wu-hhigtou ai.d
THREE l&Mk. STATES.
Ot. and '' "." Moji.ii.'. H I." '.1 . li h- ',t ; rro.,i'
the .'uilow .Li- trlt :
t-BAvrs t.tAVta :ii.t
Pout P01 r',h at Mifcoari Liitd'e. KtLt.ucky Ld'(;.
S a ro. Siao a. m. st a. m.
to a in, tieaO a. m. It a. m.
ii p. t.'i. Jiio p. it;. 1 p.m.
1 :t. 4:') p.m. ' p hi.
I a. in. n:m a. w. .(1 11. m.
.1 p. m. ;(;8n p. m. 4 p. in.
V0KN1S WAN'THi. We want a reliable A (rent
in every town In Indiana, llbiieiH. lovtaaml
Kaiii.e. to "I'll onr Mu'llcinen. No C'apitii! rcii;lre(;
lint we do reoalro (rood rerniiimendatlona. A)'iiit
can male fifty to nne liiiiidred dollars per month,
wlta a !."l" work at home. Kor further p:irtk::iar.
nddrcas PltoOKM A CO., PiC . b-mli.'i- Hi . New
York city. I' . Huz.ir1.
A WEEK in yonr owl town, and no
capital risked. Yon can 10 v tho
h:i"iiii'-a a trial without expellee.
The bent opportunity ever oflered fur
thoKD wllllun to work. Yon -lionld
trv nothinir el"e till yon see for your-
1 If what you can do nl the banincaa wo ritler, No
loom to explain here, You can devote all your
time or only your eparn time to the bOHlnc-a, and
mako ureal pay for every hour that you work
Women make at much aa men. Mend for special
private terma and particular.., which wn mail tree,
'j on tilt free. Don'tromplaln of hard time- while
you have -ueh a chancv. Addiuea II. HAI.LK'IT A
CO., Portland, Mulue.
JfKW YORK STOKE,
wholesale and retail.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK .CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. N IneUentJi Mreet and I
O. O. PATIEIt & CO.
Direct from tho Manufacturer at Wholesale Prioe.
MANFRED HELM0NT & CO.,
Q E N 1 V A , Sw i tv4i . j-lai id.
t. bSy them from the .IKl!
iJVi tt .L.. d l". l"
ivound by inning a nurled kn.'ib. piSeed oi the ha id o ,7 bmv 'u"t.- I ! 1 v th.ordinVn' m'' '', ;"
W forward post free ami duty paid, ut flu; folbming prices:
MPt'.W. NICKEL case, Hh.r plated, open (. jeweled i I hole., ,,i ,uii
k'lle 1 jr v, oil men. -thool bov. ele
. .OLD KLKCTIW PLATED e.s,, ,ih 0, (l,i.,r, ,-!,,) j,,,. Mlllk
ff'P'LT SlLYEl! care. . I.-li .' tuiu.il. lever moein.'iil. , 1 ystai ,-U.a.sm.k .eiolid..
t"'',Ml iu fi hoi''-
LLPOANT f)L Pit HI NTIN'li , a.e. ne. mved. hihiv f.i.lv,! ,, M. u
f.;:.d". Ll-.roncmeler talaiice. jeweled In l(llsolea...u.-(if ik.-li.-M .iivervat. tif. ii,1.;
i.OLD ho:..oHal moiitnetil. Hut and e!.-Sant. Jf.-:,., t !, i,,i: u . ,:;nk
n.'. i.rvsta'.'.as". enijavou or plain poll-Led 1 n.,.
1 P.AT ool.D. hi.ll her.titi-ia-e very .tip.-rior rno. incut. . x 1 j at j.-n.-leu ii, 1,
1 i'ri,vi d er ;'.u:n poli-led...
.s 1. A1..M iiC'LJ). limit. n-1 -s,.. ,i,.b!,v , n.-ri,v"d. .she!eiu 1.. ve, ;i)ulllll
1 r I'.: au. 1 ll.t.l. ui.k n ri'i.di. l coup, li-aliun Heiai u-, , '.,
'.s 'A.':.r ..OLD, lliiMil.8 ' use. 1j -t a:iil.ju-lii;; 1 xinif.d sh ietoi, !., k
'' -'d it. )s hole (.old Balal.ee. v.iih Uv !at.-.-t ir.tpiuv 10, in..
1. " l. ri.l-u d'H :. I'll.lill;' (Ue
I li IX N ' ' V !! I E II V.T( II. I.Uley fa.sh'i. ihioi.vni.ter iii.o.K.,M
r.if 1. v. itl, a.l t!..- iaf-.l itijuov. wenla. in doiilde-bottumed . i';.ii. turned, piam
;.'". .: ., .,; -t,-:aud. Is carat foiu hiiM;i,j; . i..e. 0id or hud mUc , u.i- 1 l'l, v.iii,
1 i! P( 'NOV ETEP.CAI.ENDAR WAK
; . -rti. oi " .m.". show.i'jrond.al.dayot the w.utti. monm ol the ytr. and day ul
. :!.. with let chronometer iliovem-nt. .r.rt fully eian.iiic.1. In .pleudi.l d'.e...'i.!i d
s ; ' rr''r. pjii'tied citia niotg huntir' ca-e. 'I M. u tu b ia iftte.-a!ly .oi.I h reiaiin.
nl '!.-., to :.fi
All the ab.ive Watelu, in f mailer sc f,,r I.:i(ie. ftt the .-unie iriie..
M re...ra:ns. Arms .,r Crests, wiil be engraved on th(. i,,,,., , t(,,. Watches wiri,-
out additional cost.
E ..- ;;i.t.h a.ke.. for udl be ln.tnediat-W lorar!ed. h-adv for imniedlate u-e an., ..c.r.! i.,t,,i
1. a M..-Mr.t.K.o .ae The regu.mny b,i pr-eieion ol ita movement and f nn.cieLtiou. uoik.iaii.ie
.evst.rri.Mediiijr:iinirf.ribreejes,r..(JniinK whi.h p.-n,.d n ,h-ree vci.l made lor Wr t.
'les HTrrA old u -w 5 - - '
n. , '. V"'0" " 'i';;'' !" Part of the country n.-. d not he.iu.te tof,rd their Post Onio or Eauk r .
or !. r to .11 r Mont.-a. Branch, aa they may r.-iv upou receivn 2 the exact v,th or.ler.-d bv th. to h ,.
A no. .i.inj 'he mo.: ron.pl.-tr aau-factuiu. nl he v.illlr,-ly n h.K, ,1 or tte m(lt, v r.-'ti.ri. .1. Moi v
n.a he ..-at either 16 Bl.tk tote, or t y JVl office lucL.-v oid.-l. A diH, 4.r,t of.l p . V.'! I,.-a lowed", r
OPINIONS OK THK PKKSS.
Protn the "Semaine Icd'i.trlelle '' Pnri-. Prar.. e Iss.i.i Is;
.tie ..ii. . as t- ri.il-r.lai... ', i ut j.n f. .s to maku at. hca at the loe. nr'ce. l,ut the 1,.
u!.h'e ;tl.e pn. .-; .nd from the m-U:ue ot tht'.r hueiri-e. itat lai.'lv Id4 that th.-v ha.- r.-'
i .-co the lmi' ss of piib.ic opinion. ' " "
u-. ,v, , Erom ihe -IloHleaiix .lui rini " ',' y.j.
we.&n ''." nf.o;,.,. rei-uir.tci-t.vl al. ho want toluy a(ooil and durable watch at moder-u .-
-' n a! liein on. to. ' '
Address: M ANFKK1 ) IK! .MONT aV Co.
Iox ltd:.', MO.VI'KKA I., I .
The (;irat Carriage Mnim fat tuiinir House u' tin4 World.
Hot iiiM-r!;'.:, good workmanship, ban Nome stylo
durable lehieh s in every r"sje.tt.
Manufa-Ptured hy EMERSON,
in every part of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They have received
testimonials from all parts ot the country of purport similar to the following, hundreds
of which are on tile subject to inspection :
M"sra. Emi.hm.n FmiiKn iTn.: (Iai.va, Ii.i.a., duly 111, 18.'.'.
I leive used on.) of your Top Hi.rglos three years, and Uiree of them two yeara lu my lively stable,
and tiny have ulvnu me perfect Huticluctiou and are lu coii-laiit use. OSCAH MUAl.LKY.
M.ifrH. CofJ-ocK Joitmaon.: Nkwbei.rv, 8. C, July IT, 1ST.
Dear Nlrai- 1 have been olnc the Emeraou A Fielier Ututcy 1 boueht from you aa roughly I nii
piie a anv one could. I hud a fast borne, drove him at full speed, soiueilniea with two urown ladlea inel
myaelf In ifi.t baitiy. aud It l to-dny worth all the money 1 paid tor it. I t-ay the Kmercoii fc Pish.M
llnit'le will do. A. M. TKADUE. Karmor.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have mude in localiiics where they have been
used fr.r several years by Liverymen, Physicianr, Farmers and others requiring hard nud
constant use, has led to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out iu good stylo,
SOO Carriages a "Week,
EMERSON, FISHER & C0S
:.?! i"00"" '"'lveuie,,,, m Blch work. I. .:..
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II. v ;IU ..-..Ue .-.,.. .,;
and Fhao tons,
f, strong and
FISHER & CO., are now in ue
CARRIAGES ARE THE REST.