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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1880.
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'B. A. Burnett. Cairo, UHnoii "
..nlyMomiu? Daily in Soathcrn Illinois
l-jirreet Circulation 01 any JJttily in
DVFIOIAL PATHR or ALEXANDEK COUNTY,
Pniso: U:sMAitCK has resumed his
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olueial labors with his old-time energy.
Urssw has decided to increase the num
ber of her peace and war forces, the latter
fcy one hundred and fifty thousand men.
This is "raising"Iismarck with a vengeance.
In various pnrts of Turkey in Europe
people are dying of hunger and eold. The
HuWrians refuse to contribute to the re
lief of the needy Moslems, claiming that
the stories of their suffering are m-r in
ventions. Williams college, at Williaui.stown,
Mass., has tin able-bodied scandal, involv
ing charges of adultery, incendiarism, and
blackninil. Several students have been
suspended, and a thorough investigation
will be made by the faculty.
PkTiTtoNK are iu circulation in New
Tork cny calling the attention of congress
to the rapidly growing power of railroad
corporations and the consolidation under
the control of a few individuals of ull the
competing roads to the Pacific seaboard,
and asking the pa;:.age of the Ri-agan bill
as a remedy.
Tiik investigation of the affairs of the
Freedinen's bank is nearly finished. It is
understood that the committee will report
that, in cousetiuenec of the death of some
ot the persons responsible for the bad man
agement of the institution an 1 the present
iiupccuniosity of the remainder, nothing
can be done for the furl her relief of depos
itors except to nffeet the sale of the bank
building to the government. A bill for this
purpose has already passed the senate.
Mil. Paunku. shows, in a letter to a New
Yoik paper, that Queen Victoria by her
parsimony caused the Irish people to lose
(1,000 during the great famine. The sul
tan of Turkey, it appears, undertook to
present 10,000 to the relief fund, but was
at once informed that the queen had limited
her contribution to i'2,000, und that it
would not be good taste for him to give
more. He accordingly forwarded the re
Don Camkhon, who is now in Harris
burg, awaiting tho meeting of the Republi
can state convention this week, declares
that the nomination of Rlaine at Chic.tgo
would be disastrous to the Republicans, as
he could not carry New York under uny
circuniBtane.es. He thinks that Grant com
bines more elements of strength than any
of his rivals, and that if ho is nominated
he will be elected easily. The Blaine dele
gates number about sixty-five, and, !
though it is believed that they will be un
able to defeat the Grant-Cameron move
ment, they promise to make things very
lively before surrendering.
What possible hope can there be fur the
reasonable welfare of the Turkish peupli
when their ruler spends tmt $M.()tn,!)00
of their money annually iu the mere nn.tt.'r
f palace keeping He has some -I.O'IO
persons in and about his place iniuisti ring
to his luxurious wants. Ten servants have
nothing to do but unfold the carpels for tho
sultan when ho does his perfunctory pray
ing; ten more arc needed to take care of
his pipes and cigarettes, two to dress his
hair, tweuty to look after his shins ami ho
on. Turkey hasn't any use for a man of
that kind, neither hut the Lord, nor hu-
Thk American Uuion Telegraph Com-
wirci are in working order from New York
. .,i TW,.,, nn lltn north. nuffidri.
riusuunr ami we on regions u mc coi,
I , - 1 .1 1 ! At. .........
ft0,l to Washington on tho louth. At Cupe
CckI thorn is it connection with tho now
j,trenc, cai,iei The law suits in which
t),e company liuva been engaged arc ull
settled liut ono. Within nine months
past, 1!?,000 miles of wire have been put
Up'an'1 ,,,u 'iP"y ns ultogelher 85,-
000 miles. There 1ms been no reduction in
rntos as yet, though tho general manager
stated the other, day Hint there probably
I . . .
n reduction. It is claimed that
the managers do not iutend to sell out to
. . , a i .
the Western linon, and a squnrc fight will
beuiade. Gen. T. F. F.ckert is president
and D. II. Rates vice president and general
manager. Many of the officers were form-
I erty prominent in the Western Union Com
An Impouta.nt PkksonalIvkm Charles
S. Prentice, of Toledo, )., went to Pans
and thenee to England to he treated for
"S'" oiseanc, .11111 imi-r me 101 loiyst-
cians of both countries had done wlini t!iey
W for him, gave up in despair and re-
lesslv lingerin;: ill pain and anguish,"
l-d of the Sale Kidue.v and
iniwitiiui in..,it nun u., n. ... ... . i.i -
. ' .v...., ... ... ...
curetl in a Jew weeks. He -ives ni. tim-
stantial details of his painful exrieri'-nce
und n:;toiiis!iin' cure, in a loii U t tt i- In 11.
II. M arner k Co., wlneh w ill be mrwardod
,,.,. ,n'T ir.
A iioiir woman, much rive:i to tv
but anxious to soar to higher things, is
explaining 10 ,uiss nopKius ner nieauj
for nddiag house ot the goas;: s
of the neighborhood. Ill answer
to a ranaik of Miss Hopkins, that "the fii-
I.',, ..ll.. ..o ... I... ...... ,tn..., ..n.l !.., ,
"V"3 l" ""'; "u l"
MUl V1 1IUC.L1 UUli.ll 111
the way they may be, is apt to look rude,
she replies: "The first thing I did was to
get tho brush und dust-pan, and lay them
handy 'gainst any neighbor corned in.
Soon in pops Mrs. Smith. -Mr?.
Smith,' says I, 'you won't mind my
doing a bit of Justin1, will you, while
you're talkinT Of course she couldn't
but be agreeable to tliat. So down on my
knees I goes mid begins to dust with ail
my might. Rut, somehow, it was a very
curious thing, and the dust alius w.mld
gather just under the chair my neighbor
was a-sittin' on. She'd shift and shift, but
I'd alius be arter her with my old dust-pan;
tuid tlie dust "ud get up her nose, and she'd
begin to sneeze ever so -keteher! ketcher!
-add' she'd say, "Well, I think ketcher!
I'll call in another day, Mrs. Simpson, rs
I see you aae ketcher! busy.' And so,
in less than nweek, I had dusted all my
neighbors out of my bouse."
"An O1.0 Physician's Auvick." C.&u'hs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated iu time and thus all serious result's
may be avoided, anil for this purpose we
know of no betler remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." The lirst dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2-'i cent bottle mid
be convinced, and you will thus ivoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 21 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $.. The large size is in
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Hwavne
& Son, North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
CONFIRMATION OI-' TIIK THt'TH OK Til KM!
IHSCOVIiUY VNDKH THE OBELISK.
Ilurald Alexnndrlu (Etypt) Special.
Dr. Fanton, a highly instructed mason,
has finished a careful examination of the
Inundations ot tho obelisk, und confirms
Lieutenant Com. Gorringe's discovery of
the Masonic emblems, which established
the relations of many ancient Egyptian
monuments. Dr. Fanton declares ihat the
Hiram version that uiasonery originated
with the construction of Solomon's temple,
is disproved by the revelations of tie: f ,ua
dutions of the obelic.k.
The Masonic emblem of life and ih.. sun.
beyond doubt, is identical ot the Egyptian
gal Uairis. 1 Ins nrove that Masonarv
"iiguiuiuu wuu inu construction c. tin:
pyramids, or least with a far remoter period
than the construction of the foundation ,f
the obelisk. The number of blocks com
prising the louudation, us well m their
position and unaii:;ement. indicate hit
tne ancients were famiiiar with the hi-lur
degrees of Masonry ut least as high as the
eighteenth dogl'i e. Many peculiar em- I
le lint inel..ix'n.iil liu I l,.,il.,,,...,( t'. ...
ll.s, Hi). Ull.l.-ls.o'iil liy I.lelltcnant (.olll-
inamler (iorringe, wen: fully cxpl imed by
Dr. Fanton, from a M-i-ionic point ot view.
This discovery furnishes a clew to other
Kn)ortunt discoveries, not only under the
fallen obelisks, but also in oilier parts i f
Egypt, rendering probable- a solution of
the mystery of the constim-tinn of the
pyarmids. Among the discoveries was
found a perfect cube, and also emblems of
ill Masonic foundations. Lieut. Com.
Oorringe, who is a member of a Mas-mie
fraternity, entirely approves Dr. Fan'.ou's
explanation, and gives this dispatch his en
Two Du.ians. Regulate lint Ihe
stomach, second, tho liver; c.-M-ially the
first, (fli us to perform their l'ii:i! lloii'-).-r.
Icclly und ym will remove at least nim-lcer
twentieths !.' nil the ills that maul; iml ia
heir to. in this or any other e.linule. Hop
Bitters is tl n!y thing that will eivo per-
leeiiy iieaiiiiy tnilue il action t i llie.ie Iw.i
organs. Maine Farmer.
Mils. PvKTINoTMN sey don't i';r. jy ill'
l!ie (pi'iek Mslriims; us ihey iu,. legimetilal
to the hum-in eistem; l,n; p,ity,.llr iiunt in
Hop Bitters, which will euro jjenei-il .iilnp.
Idation, costive habiiM and all comic! dis
pases. They saved I vimc n-oni ,t severe ex
tract of tripod fever. They are the ne plus
uuum of medicines.- ,tou ilohu.
Kidskv-Woht is nature's remedy for
Kidney und Liver diseases," Piles and Constipation.
INCORPORATED UNDER .THE LAWS
OF TUB STATE OF COLORADO.
Till! COI.01U.PO COOl'EKATIVK PU08PECTING
AND MINING COMPANY OK COLORADO.
Principal office, Silver Cliff, Colorado;
Brunch Office, Leadville and Silvertn.
Capitol stock, $1,000,000; not assessable.
100,000 shares, $10.00 each.
Custer County Boston, Chicago, Chlor
ides and Sun Lodes,
Fremont County Frisco, Newsboy am
Lake County Washington, Emnr.t an
San Juan County I'ncompogrry, Union
and Galcniln Ixodes.
The remainder of the preferred, lifty
thousand shares are offered in open market
for the next thirty days at one dollar per
There is estimated to bo $300,000 worth
of ore in sight that will run from !J8 to 110
ounces of silver per ton, which requires ma
chinery and power drills to bring it to the
dump ready for shipment or delivery to the
This company now have under cmistiuc-
tion in Muscatine, Iowa, one twenty-four
horse power engine and boiler; one
twelve-horse power engine and hoisting
drum, with lifting capacity of 1,!!00 pounds
o.V) feet, round trip, irt.r minute, and, if
necessary, will raise fi.OOQ pounds; a sixty
horse power air compressor, capible of
compressing 471 cubic feet of air per min
ute, which will 'furnish the power to run
twelve drills at any distance within 5,000
feet from the compressor. The drills will
be added as fast as room is obtained for
convenient work, and the largest possible
quantity of ore will be removed and the
company guurantws a dividend of 21 per
cent, on the par value of the stock tor .Jan
uary 1st, 1881.
For further information, am tin: pur
chase of shares, address the company Treas
urer, . O. PEARCE.
l YEARS BEFORE THE PI M.IC.
are not recommended ks a remedy "ioi- all
the ills that (lesli is heir to," but in aiT".:
tions of the Liver, un.l all Jiiliious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they ata'.id with
out a rival.
AG UK AND Fi:VKk
No bctl'T cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative- they are unequa'.ed
BEV.'AIU-: OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine aro never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid
wil'u the imprcioion, McLani.'s Liyku Pill.
Each wrapper bears the sigurtures of (.'.
M' Lani; mid Fllmino Bp.os.
-"Insist upon havin:: the genuine J)!t.
C. .McI.avi-.'s I.ivLit Pills, prepared by
1' I-EM IMG iilJO.-i.. I'ittshurgli, I'll.
the inmki't being full of imitations of the
"'"n,! McLani:, spelled differently but
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old ones; for medical or oiher compounds, trade-
neiriia nun inm-i. i nveiiis, Ai-.'hiiii iit:, Inler
f,.r,.,.,.rt. Appeula. Sulis for IhlrlnL-emenis. mid
all cases nrii-iie- under tint Patent I hws. tin. mot.
iy ntti-'iib'd to. Inventions that Iiiivi: I n
UV I !t,(1'r1h,''111" I'a'entonl.-e niavHtlll.
"I"1 In mosl cases, lie puteiiicd by
us. llelnij npioslli the U. S. Patent li.-:,urtnieiit.
and eti!'it:ed ill I'lilent btiMiliess exclusively, we can
mulio closer si'iin hes, and secure I'ati-iits more
prompi:.!', and with broader claims, limn those w'io
are rein ole from Wiislilie.ilon.
I V KA'TOIN ,ir Retell of
in ' Jill l no your device: we nialdi ex
aminations und advise n to iiiilentiilillltv, free ol
ehariie. All rorreupomleiien slrlcllv cniiirntlnl .
I'riees low, and no cleia'e linlesa l'ntuiit Im s, cured.
Wu n-fer Iu Wushliicion, to II o" l iimnster
ileiternl 1). M. Key, Key, V. I. Power. T!ie German
merlciin Nullonal liiink. to oHli-lnl In n,,. ; s.
Patent Ofiln', and to Si-nalors at d i t . -) n -1-1 1 1 m t i v-i
In (Vmcji-css; and especially loia.i rlii.,i u UyUry
State In the L'liloti und in I'uieiiln. Ai'Itim
O. A. SNOW iV CO.,
Opposlln Patent lllUce, Wiishlnvtoii I), c
'IOs'l ino, Vli.lr.,,, to
a ilny In vmir nvi lu.'illlV
o t e ii w oiiii-ti ,i . mi well
.is men lunv m-ii more
I'e'll lie- i -ii nnit Hlnled
. , . lihove. No nn esn full to
feihe lioiie'v f.i.'l. Anvi run dn lie w,,r;- Von
i-ia muse li'.i.n A' to mi lour In- i.-ol,i,' volir
evieni... nt.il HiMif time l.i . 1, ii. , t ',:hB
:iolhl:i-I . i :iy ,ii li'lsilo-x, Notl,!,,,. ft.,, t fr
"" "' : i-e-.i,he:ev. ro:'.'i-i-. le-fore. lniMn, , ,,j,.,H.
a: .lols-reln l:iii.i..ji, I, mill r. If,,,,, uh. o
I, no ; mt iil.jmi the h. . ,n ,u. i,,,,,,.,., ,, ,-,.,, ,in
Mi l le. s :., i a.idi.s und . !!., u,tt
In. I p,;ril ul'ir- hi, I hkh, i, rm le e; .,ui.-,ie
wnrlli Vi iil...ili-1-ej y.ei . mi Ii,.-,, innli,, ,,,, ,,,r
f,l,.rv,,;"r,;-:r:, Mi""' muk KTiNhoW
A ( I . Portland. Maine
A ;f''l's WVM'l I), We vomt a rei;,i,.. Aenit
; In every inwn In Inilliiim. IMIno ... lort und
,a.Hiis. inset n ir Medli Im s. No i ndiid n iinlr.ul ;
Inn ..,, -i - i-oiiil r--om iiifi'itni ),,,,. Aifeiila
nl,,.V,mV.'.V: "' Ir:'.'' ''"'larsp-f mo,
w In a llllle ., mi. Fr further mirth ulurs,
address IlKunKH "'i , p,u t'lmmbera Ht New
Yolkt'll. P, O. Uul,Mt. aoL.mw
i CO V
itTATi or Vhomai I. WAI.Kr.ll, IIICtAMin.
.. Hlatoof Illiuola, Alexander county, e.
To all parties concerned:
You are hereby untitled that on Monday, the
Min day of February ,1HS0, Urn administrator o'f aald
entiitii.wlll prupent to the ninntv court of Alexander
county.- at Cairn, Illinois, bin Anal report of
ni new aim anniita as nucii a'linlulnlrutor,
and ak the court to bo dlnchareed from any
nnu mi iiiruM-r uuua huu revpoiiHiiiiiitieH connect
ed with aald calatu, and hi admlulHtrutlou therunf.
at wuie.a time and place, yon mav bo prem-ni and
resM rush application If yon ehonneso to do.
HA.MUKL K. WALKKK.
Estate or William MeComilek, Uecean.id
1 lie undrlt'ued. liavltiL'lmun appointed Admin
Intratorof I lie ootuto of William McCormlck, late
of the comity of Alexander and suto of Illinola,
deceased, hereby k!v notice that ho will appear
before the County Court f Alexander County, at
tnocoiirt house, in Cairo, at the Mnrrh term, on the
tccond Monday in Manli next, at which time all
peraons havluK clalma aainn mid elat aru noli
Bed and rcqurated to attend for the purpone of hav
itigthe came adjuxtcd. All pcraon.s indented to
aald citato aro reqneateil to maliO immediate pav.
mi nt Iu the undersigned,
, , , . . (il-:ol!(IK KISIIKII
Dated till Slat day of Jan. 1SM0. Admlnlnrnlor.
hute or iiKKKitmri.uvjiN, ii:cknii.
Ibciiniiernlune.l. Imvin been appointed Adiniu
lsirator of tlm isKtutc of Dennis Sullivan, late of tho
county of Alexander and (State of IlllnoK derea
j'd, hereby (jives notice that lie will appear before
the toiitity Court of Alexander couulv, Rt the
Court ilouc iu Cairn nt lh,. M API h ti.t-m .... tl...
second .Monday in March next, at which time all
ptrsonN huvinu claims a:aisst mid estate are noti
fied and ream sted to attend for the purpose nl buv
lui: the KNine ailiusteil. All
said estate are rei'iiehted to make Immediate pav-
nieni to tue unileisfgiied.
1'A'l Kll'K Kl'l I IV1V 1.1 ,.!.,!-.
-.R.I.lnJil,.l,i!"'LJJnMrViA- l. tli.
FEU RY BOAT.
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE Jaa STATES.
On and after .Mnndav. June 111. ihe h out will ii.rt1.-..
the followina trips:
t-An 1IAVKS I.RAVks
FootFonrtltat Missouri Lund'e. Kentucky 1 . 1',;.
8 a. m.
in . m.
'.' p. m.
4 p. m.
S::t0 a. in.
:0:: a. m.
i:m p. m.
S UN HAYS.
:) a. m.
3::i p. m.
l a. m.
11 a. n, .
a ;i m.
S p. m
'.' a. in.
10 a. in
4 p. in.
JkJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN 1 11 i : CITY
COOUS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IK I! CO.
MRS. M. A.SWANDKH,
Winter's liloi k. Corner Seven' h street anil Com
nierciul Ave a ne,
Oesip-a in inform tho cill.'. ns of Cairo and vicli.uy.
that she bus a
Xew and Large Stock of Coods
Which she will sell at actual cost, con-i-tin- of
Hats and .Bonnets,
And Fine Imported lloe for I.udicri and diiidn'ii,
Ladies' Furiiisliinir Coods!
All tlej very litest ilesb.'ns. Prices us low as pox
s'ble and (.'omls marked In pin in nVurcs. Will not
be tindersold. Cull und examine. No trouble to
fIiow uoimIs 1. miles who do not see whut they
want will plci nslt for I'.
I L L U T U A T F, I) .
Tills periodical Ims always, by its ahlo and
n i 1 1 1 1 u r ' v illHi-iissliwi of the iiiestions ol the day, an
well us by Its llltiHltiilloiis wlilch urn I repnre'd by
the best at tlts -cM-rled a most ioweilul and buno-ili-ii'l
lull ii n n upon the public in nil.
'I It's wc'i'lit of Us Itillui me will ulways be found
on ibu sldu ol inoialily, etiliyhieninent.'ui.d rellnu
The Volil'i i s of tint Weekly begins with the flrt
Number for .liiiiutu'v of eaeli year. When no time
l no mbite il. It. .l be liudev-lonil Hun ihe su-i-si
rile r w sln-s lo i iiininei en wllh 'he Number next
ul'ter the lecelpt of the order.
JIAl'.i:ifH M (..INK,0nn Year f "
HAill'ICIt.H WIOLKLY, ' " 4 in
IIAllPLIffl IIAZAU, 4 00
Thu Til lililC above named piibllcntlotis, Ono
Year tl) t)0
Any TWO above-named, Onn Y'-ur 7 (XI
UAKI'UK'H YOIINO t'lfOI'LK Onu Year 1 50
PosMk'' V't'' lo nil stiliscrlhnrs la ttio
fulled Stud-t or t:iiuda.
$3. tSI.-'.O. $G
Direct from tho Manufacturer at Wholesale Price.
irONTREA.L,2M St. Lawrence St.
the nrrieol!JLhlT!L' 10 ('hrl,:,,nl1',' "l "III forward our nmuniacent and world renowned watrho. at hall
JS fcKwS1 V.hl, '1..,he mtr aold by wu t. hn.akera, for tho latli-r do not n.unufa..turo thcin but h.
ta hm u,u ir. . -
nuj tun. ift- ,u. manufacturers loo. W e are
The keyless mechanism
hands are aet Id tGe Tsimc I wa. wUhVhn .J.m.An
i sarn i.i In t ..-... ... i.ur.T:' i 7.7,:"'
The advantaites of the.. imns..v,.n,...7. -r- ..u-.T.,""
W forward pixtt I'itp ami duly
nniONt; NICKEL eo, rtlvcr pluttd, open face, Jcwclid in 4 hole, very null
able for workmen, school boya, etc $ ;jM
liU.'.D KLKCTItO-l'LATtU tase,(wi not lose color) crt Mai alusa. sunk .,,1.
H'i'OfT hlLV EI( case.
. eigii;e iu rued,
Jewelled Iu 0 holes...
ELKOANT SlLI.It Ul'NTINO c-e, encrau-d, tihuly lluished movem. nt, aui.k
ncoiuU.chrom meter ba.'auce. j. m led in to holes, one or the best silver walihts mule
(ilil.l) case, horlonwl movement, fiat am! e'.-e-.m, jt ,.t.(t throughout, sunk sec
ondsirysta! glass, engraved or plain polished ac
IS C.MtAT (.OLD, halfbuniini; case, very superior iimveini-nt. eitra Jeweled, ride
ly enslaved or plain ollslnd.
IS l'.It.T (.OLD, huulingras... tic hly .-n-iav. l, bMvUm Le ver iuot.-m.-iit. (iold
ur Krainel Lisl, sunk secojids. Coinpi UMition liidkuce, etc
is C A It AT tiULD, Iluutint: case. h. M or.il isrc lullj i n.n !ni cl 'ki-'n ton 1 evci ,,..
iiient. jeweled lii Is tieies Cold LV,:ir.i--. wlih ail H,u Utcn ln.p:n. nieiits. spl.-niiid
ibicuraicd lioiilile huuiii. case
t II I.ONe.M K I KK WA'i l II. l,i;.l,it r.eifhu! c 1 .,,,, ., , .,. .,.,,,
Ibrouchout. with a'l the latest impn ten .-lit., .tdoulii- liolloiin-il . i.ii.r ii rmd. j.lni ..
polished or int:i:.".l. IS i i.ihI ...Ul Lur.tii v. ''.-, -old or hard white ( i.mnel dlU, with
Stink M i.'Olll1.!-. I "J
( IISt;Si;METtIt-CAI.i:.MA:i W.-VK . t.Uh ui.lre tecnt.ds hand. Hiaikli.e
fonith of si.-u.uds. ihowlni; on dial, day ul the lu.inh. mouth or the year, and duy of
til- week, wiih hi-stihrcT.oineler Inuveineii!. . aicfully tiainiued. in sj lei.did d.-cora!id
m t lam politlud e xtra atroiJR bunting . ase. 1 hi- win h is geuerally hm! by retailer
, ut from JJOO to J li)
All the ab.ive Watches in smaller sizes fur Ladies at the same prices.
Monogram Arm.s or Crests, will be engraved on the backs ot the Gold Watchts with
out additional cost.
Everywat. b askeu (. t wlli be imm.diau-lr torwar.icd. rrsdv ror iir.m. dial.- uu- and securely parked
In a hue Moiocco iae Ihe r.eularlty and pr.-ci-!. n cf Its move .-nt and rurscieiiilou. worMtranshlr.
iswairacted.nwrltn.Krorthietyl.,s, ,:urlul! whi.h ttilod noiUre will be mule lor repairs, if i h r
wachU forwarded tone post frt-c. All aold casts made and sold ly u. are is carat Hue, a. d In rillvet
watchi-B the casn are best hterliii( Silver. '
Persons rcfidlne In any pun of tie country r.-t-d i ol h. slate to forward their PonOfflreor llai.ker's
order lo c.nr Vnnlreal liranih. sitbev may r.-ly uj .n r.c. lv:i.K ib-t-x.-t watch ordi red by U in hich
!f not Rivme the most on, l. te saii.-(hc lion, will I, wluit.Wt m-M,.o lhe njf.eey r- ium.-d Mon. y
may be -nl eitb.-r ir. I'-ui.k uou. ..r by Pu-l olflce mono ui,!,-,. a di.counl ofr. p.c. will be a'lowed f.-'r
orders of C and more watch.-
Tlie fJnat Carriage Maniifactniii! II(tHse of th World.
Hot ni'iterial, goad workmanship, handsome M!
durnlile Vehicles in every respect.
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' in every part oftlie
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They have received
testimonials from all parts ol the country of purport similar to the billowing, hundreds
of which are on lite subject to inspection :
Messrs. Em cumin Kisiikii J; Co. : Oai.va, Ii.i.s.. July III. Iftrt).
I have used one of your Top Ilinrirle three years, and three of them two yen is In niv flvery sublc,
aud they havu 'Ivuii lue perfect satisl'uctlou and tire iu constant use. ' (isCAIt SM A I.I.K V ,
Messrs. Cni-r-ocK .Ioiinhon,: NKWur.unv. tf. ('., July 17, 1H.9
Ih-ur hirs:-I have been uslri(t the Kmeraon A I-'isher Htiituy I boticht from yon h niiuhly I sup
pose as am- one could. I had n last horse, drove him at full speed, sumi-Uincs with two urow u Indies and
tnyseir in llio bujjy, and II Is in-day worth all Mm money I puid for it. 1 sav the Kmersoti &, Klsiitt'
Uncles tsill do. A. M. TKAOl't:. Kaiiuer.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made iii locali'ies wheie they have be
used f.r several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard i
constant use, has led to an increased demand from tlnne localities, to meet which
manufacturing facilities of their maniniolh establishment, have been extended, cunl
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Cari'iiuses nWe'v'-
EMERSON, FISHEK & CO.'S CAItlttAuES ARK ' 1m-
. iui iuu laoer uu urn nianuiatauro thcui, but have
niatmfacturlnir aa a HPKCIAL1 Y k.vi... ...i.L .1.1
V""1"""' "u" "" " oy iw iiruinnrv means, the
V. ."uw '!':" .L ? '''"'"fy
: " ? i''J'V" " m u or the caae.
isinu a small projection on the side ,r h. ,
case which never need be opened In wiiidluit. in'
paid, at Hie following pricon:
leer moienn-ul, crystal KUsa.iutik secondf.
1 1 C1
FISHER & CO.. are now in use
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