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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1880.
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OFFICIAL PAPBR OP ALEXANDER COUNTY.
From the Odd Fellows' Talisman .
I cannot tell how I fell in love with Lucy
Ardcn. I do not think I full in love at all;
I just grew in that condition and I have
never outgrown the ailment. She went to
New York every morning in ' my train"
tnat is in the seven-forty and when I was
fortunate enough to catch the five-thirty up
train, in tho afternoon, I was suro to see her
-rthat is, I hunted through the cars until I
found her, and then secured a scat for my
self in such a locality as would allow sto
len, glances occasionally at her pleasant
coiintenauce. She lived in Balden, two
stations above mine, and she invariable oc
cupied the same place, which was a single
seat in a corner. She invariably bestowed
Iter attention upon the scenery, and in the
three or four months in which I was her
traveling companion, I never knew her to
speak to any one except the conductor.
She always carried a neat music-case, of
red morocco. When I looked at her, which
wits rather frequently, I peeped over the
edge of my newspaper, or through my
ringers, lest she should catch me gazing at
her and take offense. She grew upon mo
so fast that I was far gone, when
I missed her one day. You under
stand that 1 was so completely in
the toils before I knew it, that
I shrank with increasing jealously from
attracting everybody's attention to the
girl. I asked no questiins about her I
saw "L. A." in gilt letters on her music
case, and that was all I knew about Iter.
And I got to calling her Little Anjrel,
when I conversed with myself about her,
amid the cares of my business life, or in
the quiet of my owu room. Of course I im
agined a dozen names that must thus fit her
initials, but this seemed .most appropri
ate. On the third day of Iter non-appearance,
I took my accustomed place in tho corner,
after satisfying myselt that she was not on
the train. When the conductor took my
ticket to punch out tho date, he startled
me by his remarks as he passed on. "So,"
he said, carelessly, "you have taken Miss
Arden's seat, I see, Mr. Granger? Well,
she is not likely to claim it. Tickets 1"
And he was gone.
All through the long day I thought of
her, and wondered what might be involved
in his words. "Not likely to claim it.''
Was she ill, or dying? "Miss Aarden"
Laura, La'titiaor Lydia? no matter which.
1 should go mad, if I did not satis
fy, my my curiosity, now thoroughly
aroused, and I made up my mind to find
out all that could be found out by diligent
investigation that very evening.
It was not much in the way of informa
tion. It was an awful weight of calamity
in its possibilities.
Miss Arden was a music teacher: alio
gave lessons in New York. She had lived
in Balden some months, boarding with an
old widow, Mrs. Hunter, and she had left
the village a day or two ago, taking her
trunk, which was checked to New York.
Nobody knows her, except Mrs. Hunter,
and site knew very little. Miss Arden
made no acquaintances, and she had just
passed off the scene and would be entire
ly forgotten within a month.
You will please remember that I,
Philip Granger, was thirty years old.
None of your stupid boyish fancies about
mel I was chief book-keeper in the
enormous house of Pinch &, Plugget,
i : - l.: -. 1 i
umwing u nig Baiury mm putting away
a comfortable sum of money each year.
I had ten bonds of the city of Cincinnati,
for one thousand dollars each, in the
hook-keeper's drawer, in the big sate, and
I had earned anil saved every dollar my
self. I did not spend nny salary iiow-n-daya.
My revenue was seven hi n Ired
and thirty dollars from my coupons, and I
bad somethincr over each vear. besides mv
salary. I did not indulge in rum or cinrs;
I had no relations that were dependent
' upon me, and every year made me richer.
I cannot say I was a miser, but I could
never see whtc the fun began in squandering
jnnnpr. i mil nw iifnv mvanii niii-numr
, 'really desired, but I did not desire any
ff extravagant or wastetul. 1 may say
v iu were exemplary and pretty firm
.7 . ; jjfaxl when I had thought ot mat-
' -id times, I had always port-
''v'sttliOajderiition of the subject until
'l-r A thirty bonds instead of ten.
Nevertheless, while I lay awake that
night. I decided that I would freely give
my ten bonds to the man who would bring
Littlo Ansrel back to Her corner scat.
I was very unhappy about tho matter, as
the summer drew on; tno inn was con
stautly in my mind, and I could not drive
her out. Nay, I never thought of driving
her out. 1 looked forward during the day
to the quiet hours of the night, when I
miL'ht think of her unmolested in the
solitude of my room. I concocted various
schemes and abandoned them one after an
other, and at last tho Fourth of July ar
On that glorious anniversary I bought a
ticket for Jialdcn and took the tlrst up
train. I had a great curiosity to see what
the village was like, I knew several men
who came down from Ualden every day,
but I had never asked anv of them about
Little Ansel. When I stepped from the
train, at the station. I found three or four
of these Ualdenites equipped with fishing
tackle, and taking the train as I quitted it,
for a day's sport, still further up the coun
try, where there was a lake having a repu
tation for pickerel. Those gentlemen, no
Joubt. concluded that 1 had come to lial
den to enjoy a ramble in the woods, and I
am certain that no one suspected me of the
desperate mental condition under which I
was suffering. I was going to get some
definite intelligence of the girl if it could
be obtained by mortal prowess.
There was one long street, mere were
flat's upon all the poles, and there were
very few people to be seen. Some pretty
houses and well kept grounds, but the
window-blinds were all closed ami the vil
lage was taking a siesta. A drug store, on
a corner, was open, and a boy was drink
ing soda-water at the counter. 1 wanted
"Can you tell me where Mrs. Hunter re
sides?'' I asked, as I sipped ten cents
worth of the delectable fluid.
"Yes, sir," responded the clerk, "it is the
muse with the broad porch Willie, you
arc going that way; show the gentleman
Mrs. Hunter's house."
I naid the dime and followed the boy
out, trying to quiet the unusual thumping
of mp heart. I must make some sort of a
story now. What should I say to Mrs.
"This house," said Willie, trotting away,
and talking over his shoulder. "Bell don't
No backinir out. So 1 opened tno gate,
went up the steps and knocked as boldly as
could. The door opened, ves. ..Mrs.
Hunter was in; would I please walk into
Itching Pilks Symptoms and Clue.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt llheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barbers Iteh,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaifcous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes $1 2".
Sent by mail to any address on receipt oi
price m currency or tnree cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne k
Son, 3:10 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
A SUGGESTION TO LOGAN.
Lotiicville (111.) Leder, Democrat ,
The lion. Jehn A. Logan's recent speech
in the senate on the Fit. John Porter bill
will be printed in pamphlet form and be
scattered broadcast over the country as a
campaign document. The people of Illi
nois would much rather read a confession
from his pen telling about the rebel regb
ment and how much was at the bottom of
his turning for the union that is, in dol
lars and cents. We expect it amounts to as
much as the $50,0(10, which he charges is
the bottom of the Porter bill.
Washington, D.C., Jaiw 10, 18S0.
II. II. Waknkh & Co. Deau Snt:-I
write to say that aftsr having taken your
Safe Pills ami finding them all that is
claimed lor them in your circular, I cheer
fully recommend them as the best pills in
the market. Joseph Prather, 409 M. street
Washington, 1). C.
Tom Ewing was fortunate in being
beaten for the governorship by Mr. Foster.
Had he been elected he would have boon
wrestling with the state mine inspector
ship. As it is, he has speculated in stocks,
and it is reported has made $'J00,()00.
Whkn plagued by the vagaries of a dis
ordered liver, the bilious need expect to de
rive no permanent relief from the use of cal
omel, blue pill, or the barborous cathartics
now happily losing ground in general and
protessional estimation. These rasp, con
vulse and weaken the system, but lbistet
ter's Stomach Bitters relieve, regulate and
invigorate it. TJioso significant pains in
the liver, tho satl'ron hue which its derange
ment communicates to the skin, the im
purity of the blood, constipation, furred
condition of the tongue and contamination
of the breath which result from biliousness,
are entirely, speedily and pleasantly re
moved by tliis beneficent alterative, which
is likewise a potent remedy for chills and
fever, and its best preventative. While the
system is regulated and purified, it is also
thoroughly invigorated by this superlatively
fine medicine, which is of botanic origin,
and contains none but salutary ingredients.
The medical trutcrnity highly commend it.
IS CHEESE UNWHOLESOME?
This is a question not unfroqucntly pro
pounded, and not unfrequently answered,
in this country at least, in the nfllrmative.
Like a good ninny other 'questions of this
kind, it may be ritrhtly answered in a some
what amhigmm way,'"It is and is not."
As commonly eaten in this country, it i -for
the reason that the American consumer
can be rarely persuaded to eat it after it is
sixty days old and over. Grocerymen usu
ally wont cheese scarcely more than fifteen
in thirty days old for their retail trade, and
at this nge there is no doubt that it cannot
be eaten heartily and frequently with im
punity. When cheese iWr sixty dnjs old
there is no food more wholesome and nour
ishing. Many persons keep Carter' Littlo Liver
pills on hand and take them to prevent
bilious attacks, sick headache, etc.. and find
I them justhut they need.
THE LAST SLANDER.
It, as has been asserted, Mr. Tilden in
vented tho "fifteen puzzle," we don't think
we would vote for him even after lie got
It was a Fkenchman who
said that "a long and careful
scrutiny of mankind had convinced
him that most men were mortal." Still we
are of one amnion that tha t'rennent urid
judicious use of Mott's Vegetable Liver
puis woiiiu tend 10 Keep uie system in
good repair and prolong life beyond the
MORE ABOUT TRIFLES.
Galileo's discovery of the pendulum was
suggested to lm observant eye !y a lump
swinging from the ceiling of Pisa Cathe
A Miiilcv'a net Hiunended across the oatl
of Sir Samuel Brown, as he walked one
dewv morninff in his u'arddn. was the
prompter that gave to him the idea of his
suspension bridge across the Iweed.
So trilling a matter ns tho sight of Bea
weed floating past his ship enabled Colum
bus to quell the mutiny which arose among
his sailors at not discovering land, and to
insure them that the eagerly sought new
world' was not far off.
Galvani observed that a frog's leg
twitched when placed in contact with dif
ferent metals.and it was this apparently in
significant tact that led to the invention ot
the electric telegraph.
While a bad observer may "go through
a forest and see no firewood," a truer seer
learns from the smallest things and appar
ently the most insignificant people. "Sir,"
said Dr. Johnson to a fine gentleman just
returned trom Italy, "some men will learn
more in the Hampstead stage than others
in the tour of Europe."
Wellington's achievements were mainly
owing to the fact that he personally at
tended to such minutae as a soldiers shoes,
camp kettles, biscuit, horse fodder; and it
was because Nelson attended to detail in
respect of time that he was so victorious.
"I owe," he said, "all my success m life to
having been always a quarter of an hour
before my time."
New York, 1870.
Giles fc Co. Gents: I have for more
than one year prescribed your Liniment
with the veiy best results. I have found it
as an application in inflammation of the
lungs, (pneumonia), or pleurisy, one of the
very best. It penetrates the tissues or parts
rapidly. In cases of irreinilarity of the
heart's action, depending on nervous irrita
tion, it acts promptly. After Wing made
acquainted with the combination of your
Liniment and seeing its action in so large
a number of cases, I do not hesitate to rec
ommend the same to both the public and
the profession. Yours truly, Robert S.
Newton, M. I)., 137 West 'Forty-seventh
Gile's Pii.ls cures dyspepsia.
Pleasant Hill, Miss., July 5, 18T9.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 59 John St., New
1 pray God that you may be
spured many years to relieve
others as you have me and my child. I
have been taking medicine, almost daily,
for thirteen years with scarcely any benefit,
until the "Constitution Water" was brought
to my notice. I have attended to my
household duties the past weak, for the firt
time in three months, the past month was
the first month that I have ecaped my se
vere sick head-spells. I take yreat pleas
ure in recommending "Constitution Water"
to all my sutl'ering friends. Very respect
fully, Mns. M. A. Staten.
(iru'orist lor it.
A Good II'irsEwii'E. The good house
wife, when she is giving her house its
spring renovating, shold bear in mind that
the dear inmates of her house are more
precious than many houses, and that their
system needs cleansing by purifying the
blood, regulating the stomach and bowels
to prevent and cure the diseases arising
from spring malaria and miasma, and she
must know that there is nothing that will
do it so perfectly nnd'surelyts Hop Bitters,
the purest nnd best of medicines. Concord
N. it. Patriot.
45 YEARS HfiFORB TIIK PUBLIC.
I)i!. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of tho Liver, aud all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they st.ind with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEJ?.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLank'sLiveu Pill.
Each wrapper bears the sigiudures of C.
McLane and Fleming Uutw.
J-jflnsist upon having the genuine Dit.
C. McLane'm Liveu Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of tho
name McLane, spelled differently but same
Hiiinlinrc American Packet Company'!
Weekly Line of Steamships
LauvitiK New York every Tliiirliiy at P, M.
KOR EN'til.ANP. KltANCE AN!) OKK.MANT.
Ticket to mid from Europe ut limcut rulo. For
oiuhikc npuiy to (. . it. KM 11AKJI &, CU..(iv
f'nuKctitfi'r Agent. t1 HromUuv. Nhw York.
il. WiiLLU, Cairo,
MITVAL AID 60C1ETV.
.H'KKKA! Kf RISK A I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized luly 14th, 1877, Under the
Laws ot the State of Illinois,
Uopprighted July 0, 1877, undir
Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Piiekiuunt.
Mas. A. P. TAYLOR,
J. A. OuLDsTIN K,
l)u. .1 .f.UOHDON,
HOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. UORDON, I'hvsiclBn Cairo, 111
Mr. A. P. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools, AlexHiirter (.'ouuty "
J.A.OOLDHT1NE, of tioldHtine & Jt.i.
enwater. Wholcmlc and Retail Dealers
tu tStaiilo tud Fancy Dry GooriH ;. " '
N. . THISTLE WOOD, of HlLklu 4
Tlilctlewood, Comiiilmion MercuHLtn,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor" ' "
8. D. AYKES, ofAyrcN Jt Co., ComiuU-
tdon Merchant '
THOMAS LEWIS, luiturauco Mumper
and Attorney at Law
WM. STRATTON of Strattou ii Bird
GEO. M. ALDEN', Couiuiiwiun Mer
chant. 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. REARDEN. A (sent Mimieeijipi
Valley Trainportatjou Company " "
CUAS. R. ST I ART. Wholesale and Re
tail Drv Good" and Notions ' 41
EDWARD A. 1! I'D Eli, Manufacturing
dewier aim nolcfale dealer In w aten
maker(.'u TooIh and Muterlalx... " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Rice, Lumber Dealers
C. O. PATtER. C. O. Patier Jt Co,
Wholesale and Retail Merchant .... ' "
Bev. B.Y. GEORGE, Puxtor Presbyterian
Church " '
J. C. WHITE, Inaurance Anent " '
O. V Mi KEAIO, PoMmaHer "
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel
or at Law ...... " "
Mks. I.OL ISA FISH BACK " '
0CAH UAYTH RN. Wholesale and
Retail HootH-Shoes and Dry Goods " "
A.J. i!IRD. Merchant and Steamboat
I ll'roprietor ' '
WILLIAM KLl'GE, General Merch'dine " '
P. G. SCULTI, Wholesale &ud Retail
It..,, ...(ft i .1
J.T. ilENNi'ETFoiudryVnT'Mac'hTniK.. "
Mns. L. A. HOWARD. Itonrdini! House. . '
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent
A. HALLEY, Dealer in Stoves, Tin and
Hardware " '
h. W. GREEN, Green. Wood & Dennett
II . F. POTTER, Editor and Publisher
ArL'ue-.Iournal Mound C'ltv. "
Mns. S. A. AYERS Villa Ride. '
A.J. I RENCll, Farmer Bird Point. Mo
K PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Georpe W. Heard en and all othcru whom it may
You are hfrcbv notified, that a sale of real estate.
made by Lie collector. Peter Satin, at the south
west door of the court house, in the C'ltv of Cairo,
Connty of Alexander and Slate of Illinois, on the
loth day of July A. D 1ST8 I purchased the fol
lowing described real estate, situated in said cona-
ty for the taxes, special assessments, penalties and
cost, due aud unpaid thereon for the year A. D.
1877 and pritr years, to-wit :
ine norm west of tne south east u of sect on
(!!') nineteen. In township No. If), south ranne one
wesi : also tne soutn west of tne soutn east of
section inn nineteen, in lowusnip o. Jb, soutn
ran ire one west.
Said landbeinB taxed in the name of Genrire W.
Reuden. and that the time allowed by law for the
redemption of said real estate will expire on the
latu nay 01 tHilv A. U. Ini at wnicn time 1 will ap
ply lor a deed. JAS. S. REARDEN.
PLICATION FOR PARDON.
Public notice is hereby given, that on Friday, the
th day of Mareh A . D. lsw. an application will
made to His Excel ency. Hon. S. M. C'ullom.
Governor ot the Stute of Illinois, for the pardou of
one Frank Hausoin. who was convicted of the crime
of fraud larceny at the September term. A. D lsV'.i.
of the Alexuuder County C ircuit Court: at which
time and ulace all persons interested, rnav appear
aud resist said application if they see lit to do so,
KAMI UK lLS-ON,
on hehalf of said I-rank Kuusoui.
Dated at Cairo. 111., this 4th (lay of March A. D.
Whereas, Holcome Murray and Jane Murray, his
wife, of the County of Alexander and Suite of Illi
nois, bv their certain niortuaee deed dated the
Twentieth day ot January A. D. ISoi. and duly re
corded in tiie ofllce of ibe recorder of deeds of
Alexander County. Illinois, in book "Z " of sale
mortuajes on pae :W. did grunt, bargain, sell, re
mise, alien, aud convey unto us. the undersigned.
Duvid T. Linegar uud John H. Mulkey, us mortal-
tile land unit premises liereiuatter described,
to secure Ibe payment of one curtain promissory
note of even dale therewith executed by the said
Holcome Murray and the sa d Jams Murrav to us.
the said David T. Linegar and the said John 11.
Mulkey. fur the sum of one hundred dollars, pay
able ninety days after date, with interest at the rate
of ten per cent, per annum, from date nntil paid,
and particularly described In said mortgage deed:
and, whereas. There is now due and nnpuid on said
note the sum of fifty dollars with interest thereon
from the date of said note; now, therefore, default
having been made in the payment of said note and
interest thereon, public notice is hurehy given that
In pursuance of he provisions of said mortgage
eed, and bv virtue 01 tiie power auu authority
ranted to its In and by the same, we shall on the
10th day of April. A. D.. 18SU. at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day.ut the front door of the court
hou-e in the City of Cairo, County of Alexander
and State of Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
hlgheat bidder for cash, the premises described in
said mortgage deed as the north ball'C'jWif the
north west '., 1 of section thlrty-oiicdl ) in township
sixteen (Hi) range one 1 1 1 west, cxciit lortv H"
acres oll'of the east end ol said north half 1 .. 1 . situ
ated in the County of Alexander ai.d State'of Illi-
n.iiu mi. I nllp-.rltt fiml Piillltv nf r.'ili .tn lit I.iti rf t),
said Holcome Murray and the said Jane Murray his
wife, the.r heirs and assigns therein.
DAVID J. LIN EGA it Jt JOHN II. MFLKEY,
Dntnlut Cairo, Ills., this the Mh day of March.
A. D loK).
Whereas, by a certain sale mortgage, bearing
date the Fifteenth day of August A. D., IK' J. aud
recorded in the Recorder' office of Alexander
County, in the Stuto of Illinois. In volume "4'' of
deeds, on page 4S-J, Isaac Farubaker and Eliza
Fai ubaker. his wife, did convey to the under
signed, the following described real estate, situate
In the County of Alexander. State nf Illinois', ti
wit: Lot uumbered eight. (Sj In block numbered
four (4) III the City of Cairo, according to the re
corded map or plut of said city ; which said con
veyance was in mortgage to secure the payment
at maturity of certain promissory notes therein
mentioned; upon the last of which promissory
notes there now remains due aud payable the mini
of Twenty-live hundred dollars, wlth'tcn percent.
Interest per annum thereon fiom the Fifteenth day
of August, A. D., 1K77.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that under
anil by virtue and In pursuance of the terms and
conditions of eald sale mortgage, I, tho undersign
ed, will on
MONDAY, TIIE Fin i! DAY OF APRIL, A.D..
at the hour of two o'clock p. m.. of that day. at tho
Court House door, in the City of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, sell the real estate above describ-
it. at public vendue to the Ml'Iichi bidder for rush.
in hand, and will execute to the purchaser a deed
therefor ROHEltT II. CUNNINGHAM.
Cairo, Ills., March Hd. lhMl. Mortgagee.
Green ft Ullhert, Attorneys.
-J A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Ymi nm riv h
nusiness a trial without expense.
The best otnmrttiiillv vp nfl:. ....! ru
those willing to work. You should
lu 111. .So,.. Kit r.. ...
:lf what yon can do at the business wu oiler. No
irtom to explain here, You can devo.e all yur
time or only your spare time to the business, and
ttuilrti fTtnut liuti fi aunsii l.n. t.
111 uuiiuiiii iin: nil u nuu i rvi r
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$.1 ontnt five. JUm'tcompliiln of Imrd tlmo wlillo
you Imvonucb RHmnce. Aridi'UM H.UA1XKTTA
LIFE ASSTTRNflFi S0f!TRT
TONTINES AND ALL OTHER I'OPULAK FOKMS OF
SUKP.LUS Over SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS
(No 1'rcniluin Notes.)
All Polices Incontestable After Bun; in Force Three Years.
INCREASE OF ASSETS DURING YEAR 18711, OVER
TWO MILLION DOLLARS
E. A. BUKNETT. Aent,
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the World.
Top J3uff cries and 1J line Ions.
'Iiett material, good workmnnshiji, handsome style, t-trong nm!
durable vehicles in every rci-jxTt.
Manufactured by EMERS0X, FISHER & CO., are now in use
in every part of the American Continent.
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They nave received
testimonials from all parts ot the country of purport similar to tie iollowing, hundred
of which are on file subject to inspection:
MecprR. E.vr.RMiN Ficiirn A Co. : (i.ti.vA, Ii.i.k., .1 ul v Hi, l;i.
I lmve ummI oho of your Top BueploH tlrrec .vciirc. and throe of them two ycarx tu my llvcrv ruble,
and they liuvc tjlvcu mu jjcrfi-ct vutiefuction uud ure lu couetuul usu.J O.St'Alt SilAl.LKV.
McKurn. Coitock .Tohupon.:' NEwnRimv. H. C, July IT, is;i
Dcur 81m:--I hiivu been ubIiir tho Emcioon & FUlicr Utivrcy I lioiiL'ht from yon 11 roughly I mii
poHo iih any one ronld. 1 hod a fiict hoi. drovo him nt full epeod. fomctlmcf whh two urown IimHc 11111I
myHi'lf lu the hiigny. "d it Is lo-dny or,h all the money I paid lor It. 1 my the Kuiermn A KUhnr
lltii.'Klt.'ii will do. A. M. TKACiL K. Kuimor.
Tho favorable reputation the Carriages have nude in localities where they lmve been
used for several years by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant use, has led to an inci'eascd demand from thoso localities, to meet which tho
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
them now to turn out in good style,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMERSON, FISHER & CO.'S
Corner Twelfth Street.
JE & CO,
CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST
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