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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
BY ADNA M. LfGHTNEn.
"So you are going to town again, are you,
Itutb'a blue eyes were filled with tears
and her childish face wore a grieved look,
but her voice had a commanding ring iu it
that stvoilt the effect ol the eyes and l'nce.
Hob West stood in front ot ft merry,
crackling hickory fire, that sent out a
warmth which penetrated every corner of
the tidy little sitting room, lie was brush
ing his clotlies briskly, and, being thus oc
cupied, did not look up at his little wife's
inquiry, but wondered, "What wa9 the mat
If Rob had only looked up and teen thit
beseeching, yearning look, that pretty inter
lacing of tlie fingers, how different would
have oeen the ending of my story.
"Yes, Ruth," he said, in a bright, cheery
' voice, that rung out through the room like
the song ot a bird, "I must go, but 1 will
' be at home on the seven o'clock train."
"Must go! What for, 1 would like to
"Never mind, lbithie, you would not un
derstand if I should take the time to ex-
,.iulu n. W1..4 j . u.. u ... .1 i.
Rob's playful words that he imagined
would wrrthe her, had the very opposite ef
fect. "Oh, of course 1 don't know anything.
What a pity you did nut marry Mary Ed
wards. No doubt she would have been ca
pable of understanding you and your busi
Ruth spoke with a sarcastic, taunting
ring to her voice, as she began energetically
to brush the dust oh" of the mantle with her
apron that Rob had raised but a moment
Rob compressed his lips tightly to keep
back the angry words. He was not perfect,
far from it, although his heart was large
and warm. Ho had many faults and in
firmities none knew them better, none re
gretted them so deeply as he. Rob had
formed a resolution long before that ho
would never allow himself to get angry
when Ruth did. and he would keep that
vow, be it ever so hard; and it was hard,
fir Ruth was quick as a fiash to anger, and
as quick over bursting out with hot, im
patient words, and ready to make up in the
"No, Ruthin, I did not want Mary Ed
wards. 1 am satisfied with my choice, and
wish that you could say the same."
"Well, for my part 1 think you ought to
bo satisfied, when you know that 1 might
have married Will Ellis, and lived in a lino
house with servants to go and come at my
command, instead of this little teu-by-twelve
frame, and myself the household
Ruth s temper was up to white heat now,
and she did not care what she said.
"Well, Ruthie," Rob said with a deep
sigh, "it will all be right some day. 1 will
grow rich or die, and you can marry rich."
"Great danger of your trowing rich, and
ulout as much of youf fying; better get
you lids insured, it you Am tfoing to died."
"All right, 1 will. Now 1 must go. I
will be obliged to drive Bird single to day,
Speed is lame. I don't like to drive
litr alone, she feels too good this cold weath
er. But brush my ha, Ruthie, and get me
a handkerchief, while I harness up, and I
will try her."
Rub heaved a deep sigh as he walked out
to the batn. Ruth's angry words bled his
tender heart; for with all her faults, he
loved little brown-haired Ruthie better than
the whole world, although she tried him
Borely sometimes. He harnessed Rird to
the light buggy and drovu arouud to the
hitching post, tied her, and entered the
house to find his wife standing just where
be had left her, with the same lrown on her
brow and the same pout on her pretty lips,
What in tho wide world possessed Ruth
and caused lr to bo so unkind to R b,
would have been hard to tell. She knew
that she was cross and pettish, but could
assign no reawn for it, only she wanted
siorur thing and she did not know what. Oh,
how her heart ached to lay her head on that
xrcat, brave, handsome fellow'a shoulder
tho husband who would havo died for her
and, with her face very clore to hit, sob
nut her repentance and crave his forg,vc
net! for her bitter words I Hut pride, stub
Iwrn pride, held her back. Rob came and
Dtood by his wee little wife, and looked
Horrowiully down upon her.
"Ruthie, 1 love you so! Doa't make me
feel my insufficiency to fill your heart. Kiss
me, my pet, and say good bye." Hob drew
her to him, aud waited for her to raise her
lips for the caregs, but he waited in yam ;
and bending down, ho pressed a fond but
sad kiss on her brow, while ho said, "Well,
Ruthie, if you will not kiss me gooa-oye j
shall have to go without it, for I will be
compelled to drive fast to catch the ram
now. Never mind, we will make it all up
when I come home."' .
Rob turned, and, with lingering look,
went out. The lust sound that Ruth heard
was the quick patter of Bird's feet ou the
frozen ground; then ho was gono.
"I do wonder what Rob will think ot
me! He knows that I did not mean one
word that I said. Oh, dear! I wish I hud
kissed him before he went away, ho
thought Ruth, as she stood at the window
watching his form out of sight.
What along, long, weary day it was! 1 he
afternoon set iu cold and gloom; but inside,
thanks to Rob's strong arm, all was warm
and bright. Old Rover lay stretched out
at full length before the cn.y tuc, while
Dot sang merrily in his cage. "How ilaio
he sing," Ruth thought, when she telt m
down-hearted and sad. She went to the
window and looked out on the gloomy sur
roundings, but found uo relief or comlort
there. She turned away with a sigh, am
out of a little box in the closet she brought
forth some mysterious patterns and dainty
linen, and was soon busy with the
gram ,tnrr,,tirr those tiny
In the mean time Rob West drove us
rapidly as rough roads would P'Wiiit to tho
station, his mind filled with rTghts,t oe
Ruth and all she had said. Maifhc was
right in censuring him for condemning her
to the dull and laborious life of a farmer's
life, when she might have been the bride of
wealth. Then tho words, "Better get your
life insured, if you are going to die," kept
ringing in his ear. Of course, he was not
going to die, but perhaps it would be a
wise plan; aud thcu if he should die,
Ruthie would have something to live on.
Rob arrived at the station just in time
for the train, and soon he was in the busy
city. After ho had finished his business,
he entered a well-known life insurance of
fice and presented his noble form at the
desk for a policy, payable at his death to
Ruth. He found no difficulty in securiug
what he sought, and, with a deep sigh of
relief for he knew not what, he placed it iu
his breast pocket and started for home.
'Toor little Ruthie 1" Itob thought, as
he wended his way to the depot, "1 must be
kind and forgiving with her just now. I
expect she can't help being nervous and ir
ritable." And at the same time, away off in the lit
tle cottage, Ruth was thinking, "1 am so
sorry I treated Rob so badly! 1 will have
a nice warm supper for him, and afterwards
we will talk it all over."
Half-past seven, eight o'clock. Ob. how
the minute hand drags along! The little
table was spread with a dainty little supper,
the very things that Rob liked best. The
bright fire sparkled a welcome from the
great chimney. Rob's comfortable arm
chair stood in the warmest corner, waiting
to hold something in its great, strong arms,
but still he tarried.
"I know he has had time to get heie"
Ruth thought, as she opened the door once
more and peered out into the ilarKness.
home oue is coming, but it isn t uoit.
One, two, three, lanterns. What can it
mean? Nearer and still nearer they come.
Something vague and unformed strikes a
opened the gate and are driving in. Who
can it be? Sho never moves, but watches
them with a stony stare us they lift out a
heavy burden and pause at the door. Sho
steps aside and they enter and lay Rob's
maugteu torm on the snowy ueu. i ncu,
like a flash, Ruth realizes what has happen
ed, and, with a cry of agony those rough
but kind hearted men will never torger,
the sprang to his side.
"Rob, wake up! Its little Kutine:
Don't you know mcV O Rob, have you
left me alone?"
Without a struggle, Ruth sank down,
senseless and cold. All night she lay in a
deep stupor, and when morning came a wee
httlo life blossom was laid, pale ana com,
by its father's side. Many true-hearted
mourning friends followed Rob's form to
its last resting place, talking one with an
other how Rob's horse had shied and
thrown him over a hitrh bank, causing in
stant death. Ruth came slowly back to life
and bitter remorse. The little history of the
past came sweeping back to memory,
with Rob's kind actions and her wayward
ness, blending together to form a most wel
come picture. Oh, it was a trying hour
when the life insurance came to light, add
ing wormwood to her already bitter cup.
She felt now what it was to be young, with
life betore her stretching fur out in the
wide, grand future, the Bky bright with ex
pectations, the kind hand and tender heart
of Hob at command. W ith such associa
tions it was pleasant to be young. But to
have fallen from tho brightness and bloom
of expectations, into a desolate waste of
darkness and remorse, the sky overcast
with dark clouds, which loomed up between
her ami the bright future mountains high,
to wuit, weary and trembling, for admission
at death's door, with tho words, "Tho old
must die, the young may die," fresh in her
mind, and still be young, was indeed a bit
ter, bitter fate.
Ituth acceptutl Ilobi gift that he gave
with his life, and with a meek heart used it
as an aid to her deeds of charity, with
which she spent the time of waiting for
(Jod to call her away, "to make it up with
Rob." Odd Fellows' Talisman.
A Thanxvui. Hutch Kit. A prominent
butcher of Port Carbon, Pa., reports: I cun
not refrain from informing you of tho won
dttrful effocts of 8t. Jacobs Oil. 1 suffered
many years with Hhcumatism, and to sur h
adc!j.r c thatl was often unablu to leave
my bud. I used Kt. Janobs Oil and was re
lieved at once; the pains gradually disap
peared, and to-day I feel like new-born.
A Mk.DICINK SUOI'LD NOT BR Gt)A(lHl) by
the stidileiHicHS and violence of itn crfecto,
Kolf-eviclent an this proposition wouhlHcem,
there are many foolish perxonR who oro con
tent only with a remedy which acta abrupt
ly. Tho. pill and other nostrum venders
who trade upon the credulity of this clasu,
tind their "bwt holt," us poor Artemus
Ward termed it, in the sale of violent pur
jjativeji. So long as they wrench tho bow
els of their dupr sufficiently, they am pret
ty sure of a certain measure of success. It
instead of such pernicious rubbish, llostet
ter's Htomach Bitters is used, the results
are widely different. The bowels are re
lieved, but always gently, by this pleasant
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1S60.
laxative, which docs not weaken but invigo
rates them, and endows the co-operative or
gaiiB of digestion nnd bilious tactions
with activity and regularity, strengthens the
constitution and physique, and while it is
safe in its constituents sufficiently prompt
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WOOD AXD COAL.
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BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YA&H:
Tenth Street, Between Valiiujrttii dini
Winter's block. Corner Sevei.th f.Mfte.nt! (.Via
Oeslres to inform the cHI.t.s of Cairo i.Ld v'.' iLitv.
that she has a
New and Larjre Slock of Go wis
Which tie will e'il at acil'AL cost, i t:i t ot
Hats and Bonnets,
CMLMEX S CLOAKS
And Fli.0 Imported I!o" for I.aiU'S kid t.lidi' i:.
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he undersold. Call and eiuin i;e No trui.iije to
how trood Ladir who do Lot see wm.i :ij'y
want will pleiiH.i u-k for i.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lElQ STATES.
On nnd after Monday, Jute 16, the boat Hill n. alio
'.he following trips:
LtAVRS UtATt laiVTS
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
Ki.tn. S:H0a. m. " s a. m.
10 a. ni. 0:m) a. ui. 11 a.m.
i p. m. '.:p, m. ,i p. m.
4 p.m. 4:5e) p.m. !, p.
9 a. in. 9:W a, iu. :0 a m.
a p.m. J. DO p.m. 4 p in.
ok the condition
ALEXANDEK COUNTY BANK.
Caiwi, Iu,., Momuy. Jan. S, lhsM.
Tillls Receivable . fV(r,t Vfl
Due from other Hanks rttll) H&
Cash on hand iiir,m l:-)
Outfit and furniture mini (ki
Real Estate fw7 u
ChpHal stock paid Iu 8M00 Ml
Hiirplua fund ,. B7Wi 0
Deposits ..., W
We, p. Neff. Vice President and II. Walla Cash
ier, do solemnly swear that lbs above statement it
true to Uie beat of our knowlodge and beltuf.
J'tTKuNarF, Vita I'rcaident,
H, Wauu), Cashier,
Spbscrlhed Mid iwora to fcafore me this 6th day of
Jan., 10. Auttau Comnus,
QTATJi OK 11J.1NO:h, i
O C'ouuty of A.etumli r, f Ci r. Tiit Cnurt of Alea
atder ouoty, J'ebr tury nn, A. X). JH.
v, 1 Divorce - in CUiicery.
Frar.it yali;ly, t
Aff.'tav.'t ot 'the non r' slrtcucc ol Frank O'.in'icy,
the defendant above m.med. hav:ngheentl;8 In tfco
oftlre of the clerk or said circuit court of Aloiander
county, notice is hereby civen to the said non-resi-llem
defendant, that :tw complainant hns filed her
liiil ol ''onipliiitit Iu aid court on the chancery aide
ibKreofontbetfth day of December, A. D.lhffl.and
that a summon thereupon iss.ied out of mid court
Icainst said defendant, returnable on the Itod Mon
day of February, A. U. isso, as is by ) required.
Sow, therefore, uu)es you, the said Frank yoiL'
ey. shall peraoually bo and annear before the said
tin nil l o ir' of Alexander caanty on the first nay
tf the text tern thereol, to be holden at the court
touniintha city of Culm, in sa d county, on .h
teoond Monday of Eebriary. A. 1). 18K. and nlend.
IGsvvcr or demur to the said complainant's Mil of
fQinpiaiiii, i&e same, ana ;ne marci nn j minga
ther"in charped and stated, will he ;ki c sm roo
t'sed. and a decree entered awaits; you according
Wine prayer 01 m.'i.iu.j.
0U11.N A K-ttVl!., O'lcrK,
Wm. E. IIem.nuk, I'omvlft'i. ant's hciK.'o .
Dm-mbM A. 1). l!t.
K. L. BiVei ltd ,luliaE. T'a'usr ore be.ihs roti
,mI, that oo the -.T'h day of December, A D. lhW,
uari'' . fiu.iru. iio.irr iti r:teiT ill me v
ate of the Sule-y Deposit L:fe Insurance comnanv.
Bled his lil!l of foreilos-ire in the circalt (ur. of
Alexander coun'y. Illinois, on the chancery side
thereof, therein you. together with Brown,
.)ame W. Jiddy. Liuroln IUbois, und Francis A.
Riddle, are defendants, mid hat ..d s.il'. is iww
pend'nirirj said court. That thereupon n snir.mniia
was issued out ot the derk s oftce of said co.rt.
in saldca i-e. returnable on 'he second Monday of
rroniary, j. u. isso, 10 a term oi sa il cojU 'Den
to bo holden at the couji-houf iu Cairo, in su:d
county ot Alexander and siute of Mixois.
Cairo, December W, in:. JOIiN A REEVE
Saki j.l 1'. Wiii.".:.E)i, s'ol'r for Con..'!. Cieik.
MHANCERY NiI ICH.
Eerdinatd F. Hoz.er. Abwe A. Rur i.lU ff.
J. Tmi-v. ar'' hi'--.hy not f ed tl a' on tt.e tfsii tl .y of
as BBHience in uaii!,r:imcv of tne estu'.e of the Cen
neceujuiT. a. in.n. -iiicuaej xi. t'neian v.uosuc
tnil Savins Ban;. filed hi bill of forwloaare. on
the chariivry side of tl.e A.'-sund'sr county circuit
court, in the suite of Illinois, wherein yoj are d-
ieui,Huis, anu ini.', said caute is now penning in
said court, That ;h-Te: poa u un:n.oijs .vas ins ned
out of the cl"r s ofhee ot said court lu'a.nsV ju i,
reiurn.-ihio on tue second .Viuuay .u FeDrtary, .
D lhN), :o a term of said cot.rt thi n to In Loldet in
therourt ho'ise in Cuim. in sf.:d o-n!y.
Cairo, December iw. :KV John A Rrstt
SaI'EL 1'. Wcbkmh, So. t Uk Coir.pn. v icrk.
CTATE OK ILLINOIS. )
'J County of AieiaadT i ."l:r.:'.: ( o-rt of A.' :i.t.
diT county. Pebruary 'lira, A. D '.r'.
vs. f Divorce. !iCt.a::c'ry.
Aftldavit of the loa-ses'.di-oce oi ko!i rt o,.t.
1 tliedel'i-sdaiit above Lamed. havine lea mei n "In
! ofrice of tue Cle r oi said Circuit Coar: of Alexan
der County, no1 ice is tere'.w rnen 1o '.( ta.d lion
re'ideut. oetendaut 'ha; he ' oinplaioaLt f.an f led
her bill of complaint in sai'! Cour' on 'h' '.'hur1 ry
i(ie Tii'-ri-oi on the '.,.c n-1 oi ji- t tier. a.
ard that n summon I.e.-.. '.poi: : .- d n-.i.
st:d C'nrt t.tu:nt said d".cndai.l, rauhie
.he litid Mtitday of l briar. A.) :tt'. w i
Now. tner-foi'i'. uni-s yoi :te t..d .tier" j
chrlst sniul p''roiai.y !:- and app- ur betore l e
said Circuit Court of AH lancer i.o.oty, on the rltat
duy oi the !it-t tern thereof, to he bolt!n at ".he
Conrt Hojh-' iu '.L City o: Cairo, .n said county, on
the '.'ud Monday of tehr'iarv A. I). and ple.id.
au'wer or dei.n.r to the said i.impie.caiit s bill of
(imniMrit. the ;.. and !t mat.ers an. tn.u-s
tr.ereiu harjreil and -tut"'!. ..i te t..ken as ton
l-ed, and adecrec nwrcc aea list you awor'l.iiK
to tne prayer ot sam mil. a Jtt."Wt,
V.BO V. IlKNIiKl.Rs. Clerk
Cairo, bee. tf't. A D. IK.1'.
OVATE OK ILLINOIS i w
'J Alexander Co'.nty. (" '
!u the .'ir'"iit f'o.r: of AViatCe: o'.u'.,T'i t'
J..me IJ, Lee. I
v". -11.11 for n.vj.-c.
Mi.ry E. L-e.J
A!t!dait of the lon u-r.eM ol .V.i-ivE. 1
tl.e ahov named ('.:- r,(!uul huiLtbeeL r.eU .i '.be
office of tie c'.crk of saidliuit Coir: of A lento-
d.T co :n'y. notice is ierchy fci vento the said Mury
E !.ee that 'h complainant rtleU h.s hill of coin-
rlair.t iu i.:d Coun. on tie Cl-sncery side ;tv.-eof,
ou tee ,,!Ij tlay ol lifcm.'K'r 1S7, 4L'J ttiat a s.m
ir. ins tbereunon issued out ..j said court
,.u'nint "Hid ciclenduLt. ret:.rr,uiiie on the second
.Vonday oi Keiiruary next lnbO. a ." t'y la.vrequirej.
ow. :,nie"" you the said Mary a. lti 'hall per
fonaliy be and appear nefor--soid Circuit Co-..ri of
M'-and-r county,, on the trs day.oi.'Jie nextt. rm
co. n .y on -.no s-'cona Monday ol M-tir :ary A I).
j"Ni. atfi plead, answer o; c'eiiiir to the said coin
p.a.Lar.t s bill of compijint. te fame ana tie mm.
and thine" '.herein chartcd and sta'eri wj) ne
tniisu as coufe"sed, and u de; re t-ntered apairs'
yo.: according to 'he piau r of sain b.l:
JOi'.'N A f-.tCVi!.
. . Cl'.lii.
MiLKtt ALtKK. ".'(in-.pUiLiiit'" o -i' .;oi
a-.ro. lils . lite. U7, IS'.",
S'ate if Ililrois fir u.t '"onrt ei A.etD
AlejMider l.'onLty l d r Co . i eh'y irm Itvt.
Lizi e Wa.ker )
a - . Divorce.
Robert Whlk- r I
In '.'hiiLfery :
Affifiavitof the rior.-!endene of Robtrt Vu K-r
The dcfcniliin! above r.amed. havitp tiwo tiled ,n
thi 'office of'he clerk of said circiitcourt of Alexander
Co'in'y, notice is hereby Rivm to the said uon- resi
dent defendant that 'he complninaut hus aivd her
hill of complaint in said Court on th" Chuucry side
thereof on the liilh duy 01 December, A.D, ,
and thitt a Simmons thereupon issued o u of uid
Court aea nst said defendant, returnable on the
"ecord Mutiday of Ettiruary. A. D. lhK), as is by law
Now. ther-for, unless you, the sa,d R.jb. rt
Walker "hall pers rally be and appear befo:,. ihe
said Circuit Court ot Alexander County on the ir"t
dayol 'be next term thereof, to be boldi.a ai tb
Court Ho:."e In the City oi Cairo, In said County, nn
the Ncond Monduy f February. A. D. 7SNI n?jd
pl'-ud. anwer or demur to the tuid c urplainani h
toll of com). lain!, the same, and the matter" and
Ihi'.if therein (harmed and staled, will tie taken im
cont'esai d. aud u dw ree entered against you accord
lit: io '.uc prayer oi auiu dim
JOHN A. REEVE. Clerk.
. W ENI)KU',(H Coiop't Solicitor
Decmber. H",li. A. U. 1MII.
HERIf T!S - ALE.
fly virtue of twn execit'oiis isue I out ol ihe
clerk's ofl, ci of the county court oi Alexander
county, and Muto of lllini'is, and to mo directed,
whereby 1 uni comnianded to muke the umoutit ot
two certain itidgciucnlii recently obtuiued against
Jacob (j Lvnchlu lu.nr of Hiirvy C. John", ami
William 0. , ohns, and out in favor of Jae.obTrnber
nnd VVilliar. Anbury out of the land", ierouuen;
joods uuil (. tattelH of the "Bid Jacob u. Lynch, 1
have levied on the. followitiK described property,
to-wi'.: let numbered three (H) in block
numfe'ed l'oriy ei((ht (-is.) tu the clly
f Cairo, County of Alexander and K:at'
if Illinois, Thereloro, accoiillni: to said com
iiiund. I sh.dl expose for sale at public auction, all
tlio rii;bl, titlu and iatsresl of the aliovo named
Jacob O. Lynch In and to tho above described
property, at 11 o'clock a.m.. on Tuesday, the lird
day of February, IMSO.'at the westerly door of the
court boue, In Cairo, Illinois,
Dated at Cairo, Illinois, this fifth day or Jau
uary, John Houuxs.
Sheriff Alexander County,
A WEEK in your nwa town, and no
capital rlsksd. Yon can Rive ibn
buslueaa a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered fur
those wllllmr tu work. You should
try nolhine else till you aee for vour-
i 'If what von ran do at tho business we oiler. No
Mom to explain here. You can devote all your
tlmrt of only your snare tima to the business, and
make ureal pay for every hour that yoa work.
Women make as much as men. Hcnd for special
private terms and particulars, which we mall Iroe,
jjfiontni iroe. uou icompium or nara tunes while
you havo such a chance. Addrcsa 11. 11ALLKTT A
I'D,. Portland, Maine.
CONSTITUTION WATER !
W 00N8TIT1ITJON WATER
THKKR TIMKH A DAY.
CtlURH BHKlll l"8 DI8EANK, INFLAMMATION
OK TDK K1DNBTH, KTONK IN THS IILAD
DKK, CATAPK1I OF THE BLADDER, OLKRT,
DIAHKTKH. GRAVEL, BRICK DU8T DBI'OHIT
CU1LDHOOD WKAKNBHB. '
Ror remtJe OoBpUlnto a Pperialitjr.
For Male by all Drnngtati, Send for elrttbv.
10RU AN A ALLKf. 61 St., V. T.
t3?.s "W ATCHES.
Direct from the Manufacturer at Wholesalu li ice.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
GENEVA , Switzerland.
MONTREAL, 214 St. 1 -.awronoo St.
th nH re wi i.V Vt ,1,",,m : ' 'm fVnv,id onI "'"imincent and world reuow ned watches, at half
irfimeim'mf, do m" manufacture them, hut have
buy themlrom the manufacturen too. We are manulactnrlni! is a M'KCIALTY keylest wanhes
awtTwtheoidhii thesreat modern Improvement In watch work, It duet
VnTi-ifnui'l'h ch many person have ruined their Hatches; the watch is
... ! , wiun jreni:rvijl IJIHCU
the io'rvle between the necessary clean lug el ike
Y forward post free and duty
ftTRONii NICKEL case, silver plated, opeu face. Jeweled In 4 holes, very suit
loie for workmen, school boys, etc $ I").'"'
HOLD ELECTRO-PLATED case, (will
KTOU'J' SILVER Cfc.e. ei.irice-turued,
'.twelled in t! loles,... ,
ELEi ANT 4T1.VER HLNTINU rase, encnned, highly (Inifhed movement, sunk
se .otd". iLroLoioe'.er balance. Jeweled in 10 holes, one of the best silver watches mule
GOLD ue, boruoita! movement, flat and elepatt. Jeweled throuchoiit, sunk sec
onls, crytai gla.. trgrtved or plain poli"hed case. .... 1-1, "l'
IV I'MIAT UOt D. fca'r htiotini: 'e, very upc rlor movi meni. ex In juwcU d. rlch
ly engrtved or plain polished 22.'
ifr CA.J?A1 GOLD, bulling cae, richly engraved. Skeleton Lever movement, f.'old
ci ruitel Dial, n.ik f' conu", Compensation Htlnn e. etc
iS CARAT tiOLD, L'cn ig case. tc-"t ai.d tun fully examined Skeleton Lever inove
.i , at.jt-,e.eii in it holes Uoid Baitnre. with all tie latest Improvements, splendid
t-';on.:d dunbie iut'lcg ca
CEEONOMETER WATCH. Iiitlily finished ihronometcr movement jewtled
'l.ousho'.t. witb ail the iatest in. pavement, In double bottomed engine-turned, pUiL
j.ol.steu or Lg:a.ed. is carat i:old huntii.g cae. sold or hard white enamel dial, Mth
.'EP.ONOVETEK-CALENDAR WATCH, with rentre tecotds hand, maikiag
;o ir-.L o) sv utds. showivp on dial, day ot the insi.th. month of the year, and day ol
tic vera, w:th be'tchroncmeter moumeut, carefully examined, in splendid decouied
or pla.li polished extra strotg bunting case. This watch Is generally sold by retailers
at from fM to ttt
All the abive Watches in smaller sizes for Ladies at the same prices.
M.-rogruuiH, Anr. i.r CYtst?, will be engraved on the backs ot the (Sold Watches with
out additional co.'.t.
Eryat'h asked for wi'.l be immediately forwarded, reaov for immediate use and securely pakei)
la a hno Moiocco case. Tie r.gularity and precision ol It movement and conscientious workmanship
is warranted in writing for three years, during which peiicd no charge will bs made lor repairs, if the
watch is forwarded to as post free. All (cold cases made and sold I y us are 1 carat fine, and in ,M!?cr
wv.tbes '.he case are best Sterling (silver.
Persons residing in any part of the country need not hesitate to forward their Tost Office or Binksr's
order to ojr Mon'rral Branch, a they mny rely upon receiving the exact watch ordered by them, whict.,
if no, giving the most complete sti'faction, will be williufly exchariged or the money returned. Money
may be scut either in Bunk notes or by Post office moLey order. A discoxct oft p. c. will be allowed lor
ordet of t act! more watch.
OPINIONS OP THE PRESS.
From the ' Semaice Industrielle" Pans, France, 18 Sept., Ir7.
.helii-., ac t-r.t'o -rstaid. does not prnfes. to msku watches at the lowest price, but the bet
wa'. hes at ; p-in.-; nd from '.he magnitude oi their busir.es. v,e may fairly judge that they have re
ceived '.he iinprcf" of public opinion.
. From the "Bordeaix Journal" -J4 Msl, lh.
w tan row t-b'..v. s.y rcccasmetd a.l who wan to hoy a good and durable watch at modi rate wire,
loi'jt-.t M. L-..mont4 Co.
Addier-: MANFK1) JJELMONT&Co.
11.. x lOliJ, MONTREAL, I'. J.
The Girfrit Caniiiire Miiunfarturiuv: House of the World.
Top Busies and Phaetons,
Bent lunteriRl, good workmanhhip, htindsorae styles, strong and
ilurable vehicles in ctery res-pec t.
in every part of the
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted, They have received
testimonials from all partri ol the country of purport similar to the lollowing, hundreds
of which are on file mibject to inspection :
Messrs. EianasoN Kisiif R A Co. : f Ialva Iils Julv 1R wn
1 havensed oue of your Top Boggle three years, and three of them twoyears'ln'my flverv siable
and they huvo given me perfect satisfaction and are In constant use. . OSCAR 8M ALLE Y
Messrs, Corpora ,Iohnhon.i Nawsminv 8 C Julv 1" m
Dear Hlr:-I havu been nslng tho Emerson A Fisher Buggy I bought from y'ou'a roughly I sun.
pose as any oue could, I had a Tast horse, drove him at full speed, sometlmca with two srowrj ladles bL
myse f In tlio baggy, and it Is to day worth all the money t paid for II. I say the Emerson A Klsh .r
B"ggles will do. A. k. TEAWUK, Farmer.
The favorable reputation the Carriages have made in localities where they havo been
used for several yearn by Liverymen, Physicians, Farmers and others requiring hard and
constant uho, has led to an increased demand from thobo localities, to meet which tho
maiiufudurinc! facilities of their mammoth establishment have been extended, enabling
t hem now to turn out in good stylo,
EMERS0N,FI8HER&C0.'SCARlUAOfiSARE THE BEST.
paid, at the followinsr juices:
not lose color) crystal ulass, sunk secowls,
lever movement, rrT'-tal lass, sunk second,
FISHER k CO., are now in use
L 1 KJ 1X1