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THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1882.
OUR GROWING COUNTRY.
Slate of fiio Cereal Crops and (lie
COINIMERCE AND FINANCE.
Reports from tlie Leading
Maaikets of tlie Gqiuitry.
Wita vitnv lo supplying oiir leathers with
accurate i.'jforjualiou as to tho genera.! growth
awl prosporh;y of the country, :is well as the state
of the leading .flaancial, commercial, and cattle
Markets, v.'e begin this week, under the head
of "Our Growing Country," a new deportment,
which, we are disposed to think, will prove of
decided practical value to our subscribers. The
spaco at our disposal is so limited that, of
course, we cannot give quotations of any save
tho controlling markets, and. owirig to tho
fact that wo so to press on Wednesday,
although our issw hears date of Saturday, the
prices at the clos of business on Tuesday aro
the latest that wo can furnish. But in spito
of these drawbacks, we believe- our readers
will derive great bancfit from tho information
supplied in this Department. Yfe shall bo
glad to receive and .consider any suggestions
which they may have to ofler co ncerning its
At the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Texas and Pacific Railroad held on
Tuesday, the following Board of Directors
were elected : Jay Gould, W. T. Walters, Rus
sell Ssge, James P. Scott, W. C. Hall, T. S.
Bond, Charles O. Baird, Fred Jl. Ames, J. C.
Brown, H. M. lloxie, R. S. Hayes, T. T. Eckert,
A. L. Hopkins. E. H. Perkins, Jr.. E. B.
"Wlicclock, D. Tilsenheld and Goorge J. Gould.
Tha directors theft elected tlic following offi
cers: President, Jay Gould 7 First Vice-President,
J?. S. Hayes; Second Vice-President,
John C. Brown ; Third Vice-President, II. SI.
Hosic, and Secretary and Treasurer, C. E. Sat
terlec. At a meeting of the Directors of tho Man
hattan Railway Company ou Tuesday, a quar
terly dividend of ll per cent- was declared
upon the first and second preferred stock. Ac
cording to the statement given out by the
cempeny, the earnings of the Now York lines
for August show a surplus of $561251, and the
earnings of the Metropolitan lints show a defi
ciency of $17,223.
At a special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad on
Tuesday, Jay Gonld, Russell Sage, Sidney
Dillon, and Fred L. Ames were elected di
rectors in placo of John Bloodgood, John R.
Duff, Austin G. Gorham and Horace Porter.
It is understood in railroad circlesi in Cairo,
HI., that the accession of tho Hannibal and St.
Joe to tho Wabash system will result, in a raid
on tho ilobile and Ohio, and end in its con
solidation with the Cairo and Danvillu division
of the Wabash. Jay Gould will then hayc a
competing line on tho east bank of the Alissis
fiippi, a direct route to the east in conjunction
with the Ohio and Mississippi at Viucennes, by
way of Indianapolis, and a share of Chicago
business, now controlled by the Illinois Central.
This coming winter will develop a vigorous
light between these two roads. The people of
this section of tho Mississippi Valley have
heretofore regarded the Illinois Central as one
of the most gigantic monopolies in tho West.
There will be a sharp light for the winter traf
fic, as there is general fraternization of the
officers of the Cairo aud St. Louis Narrow
Gauge and Hlinois Central.
The Northern Pacific Railroad from Glen
dive to Billings, now undergoing construction
so rapidly, employs 8,000 men on tho western
division, and 7,000 on tho northern. The
track is laid at the rate of one and a half
miles a day. At tho end of this season the
job will be only 300 miles. The road is ex
pected to bo finished next year.
At the annual mooting of the Pullman Pal
ace Car Company in Chicago on the 7th inst.,
5)1,353 shares were voted out of 325,000 shares.
Tho increase in the revenue over the previous
year was $712,000, and an extra dividend of li
per cent, was declared out of tho profits of the
company "for the past year.
Crop reports of Ohio for September give
the following estimates : Wheat, acres threshed,
421,417; bushels produced, 7,066,55-1 ; average,
16.5: total acres of wheat, 2,7-15,507; total
bushels, 45,145,549. Oats, acres threshed, 67,
516; bushels, 1,755,703; average, 27.5; total
aeres of oats, 03 1,573; total bushels of oats, 18,
111,671. Corn", per cent, of full crop, 74;
probable bushels with weather till September
25th. 74,135,150. Rye, per cent, of full crop,
83; barley, 77; potatoes, 105; sweet potatoes,
S9-, tobacco, 65; sorghum, 74; apples, 31;
peaches, 32. Kansas crop reports based upon
Information from twenty-seven points in the
State show favorable results. Tho corn crop
is at leat two-thirds made and the aggregate
yield will not be less than 155,000,000 bushels.
It Is calculated that thirty-five bushels to tho
acre will cover the injury done in somo of the
western counties, aud the State total is es
timated at 155,000,000 busheles. Tho av
erago condition is computed at 101. Favora
ble news is reported of broom corn aud sor
ghum, and no wide-spread damage has been
done. Sugar mills are running full time aud
some of them night itnd day. The average
yield of wheat has been twenty-three bushels
to the acre.
. OUR COMMERCIAL REPORT.
State of the jlarkcts at Lending Trado Centres East
Kbw York, Fpt. 32. Cotton 1-lCc lower, closing quiet
at 1Xh1 1-Jo c Southern Flour U dull and unchanged.
YVIienl nnn wrapm, uhwiuhi aim "xasit mgiier inrop
tiwttt, closing WwJy at 4aJa- below tlie highest: fail
jttd to arriver Corn Udc higher fur Mit, opened Ja'to
higher for futures, advance ltt ami declined Jnlc, ro
oovured mid clow-d .'2a" higher ; No. 2 New York in Ele
vator aud delivered 74u75c. fceptember 7:! 3a74c, Octo
"br 72'a74'c, November 09a71c, year Jl?4u06c, closing
iSJc Oats Salc higher, active sjK-.ruliitioti; mixed
Wurtell 'JHttMK, wliitn do. -Ism-.-,. Colfee fairly artive and
Jinn. Refined Susans ttteody at 8 as ?ac for standard A,
DHVc -for cut Iuaf. Petroleum nuiet and linn; crude
0Ma6Je, rt lined o4h7c. United. COJj.c Tallow more ac
tive MiaV.endv nt ;?So lor prime city. Fork heavy
ad lower; 11 est" v'Uf7 'a.il for ne t-pot;" futures nomi
nal. 1-ard IS feverirfi wid minettieil; opened 20a30c lower
sad closed with dwline fullv recovered; lass active;
prime steam i 1 &7,'.,ali: .ot, 511 57'iiUl bo Octoher, SllJwa
31 8SJi Eovonibor. Frcleht to Liverpool lower; Cotton
per steamer 8-lOad; Wheat -Id.
Chicago) ipV'lZ. Wheat unsettled but generally
Irfghir. iksaiftrWc September, OJnKc October, SH.'c
2fovulr,KJitt4c year. No. i! rud Winter i)iic cash,
IWJic rittwoler, 'J7'-c October. No. 2. Spring flsjc cash,
iJc Se;er.ibet, 9l,'c October. Com unsettled and
iowrt- at tillv&3ii cath.-tKe October, G0l$c November,
g8c January, :cc year, 51'c May. Oats unwilled and
lower .it .i-. cagli.wHaXc Octolcr, 31c November, 30Jc
vt&f. .J.- Mav. Hye .easier at -Viv. l'orl; active but
Jow r ' ,:,7el7Scah and Octoler, $10 (KUalO 0T No-vttula-i",
' -''''alt, 60 year. I-'ird ur.tettled and lower nt
flliT' aiia-tcauli October and November, SU SJall rfi
January, and fll 17'aall Hi) year. liulK Meats steady.
"Whiskew K'ady at 41 20- At the closing call Wheat regu
lar advanc-Ji'ac, No. 2 red Winter iirmer but not
fiuotably h.gher. Com irregular, higher lor near deli v-orj-.
Oat dull and lower. 1'ork btrong and higher. Lard
BUADionD, Pa., Sept. 12. Crude Oil Btill advancing;
Bales C,392.(0lbls; total obJpmeutB yesterday 7,002 bb&,
and charters 51,000 bbls. United Pipe Line Certificates
opened Gl?c and closed G5)i, highest price C3jandlow
CiiiCAon, Sept. 12.-I!og Reef ipi 0,000, and shipments
1,RX: market bndlv demoralized, all grades below choice
fHllimi fullv 15 cts lower; common to good mixel S. 40:i
S 2T,; liravr packing ahd flipping $? ".daft 2-. light, $ Ma
i". Oittl" Receipt o.n), and ffhlpmejit3,4oi: market
nr-iive mid firmer ; l''1 tr, ehui'-e .shipping at ?:, ; mixed
ImtcliPJ-' rool to chnlrp$a 70a4 20; tocker! and feeders
$2 !Ja.'i; Tcxnus $: :ua4 l: lnlf-breeiUand AmeriaitiB
$W. Sheep Receipts 2i"00. hipm-ntt l.HK); market
Flow; medium to good $ 70:vl 10; cluoice to extra ?1 20a
St. Louii, Sept. 12.-Caltle RecripM WW, nno" ")P
ments 7M. Supply small and almost eiatrcly of nutlvc
butcher'" tock, of which Cows and irelfewold atfJaa o0,
Slei're fl .Va4 2.": gooil to bet gr.nv Tesa.v 3 Ma4 .i;
low grades $3a3 W: WoMerj; hnlf-broeIp S4al .':0; native
Steei-s 1,000 to 1,200 lbs i"5 : heavy tax Steers v oOau M.
4M American. Salrs 7.0-tO bales. ,ri.2on bales Anverlcaii.
Markei easier, but nufmotablv lower; middling l"f, lands
7 l-lfid, Orleans VA. Cotton to arrive opened weal aiid
rlnvivl quiet. ."'ptember tieliverv. rplaml 7af ;-old;
September tiud October r.7M27-32il; (Htolrand Nmt'in-Ijertil-.JiibSd;
Novernberand UeeemberCSo-WaOlO-a d;
DtvemlK-raml Jniuiarv 17-:cM : January ami Kobmaiy
C17-:Cd; February anil March e")-HMfi:tt-ild; Maivh u j
April 0 19-.t2aC 37-Wil : April and May39-Md- JIayl
June f, 41-tHd. llrend'tuils ijuiet and lower. Wheat 95l4
9s7ii percental for average California White; 9s)tl a:.d
Km,! lor Club do., and f-vfida! for red. Winter AVc.stem;
receijits for three days :A,0(W centals, 232,OWt American.
Corn CstM per . ental for mixed Western. Jnt Ws0d cr
cwt. for prime Western. Ttirpentino Spirits "J4s per cwt.
MiM-iius-m:, Sept. 12. The markets for yarns and
fabrics arc quiet a'uo iinrlihngttl.
Ix).npon, Sept. 12. Sugar atioat 22s0d per cwt. Common
Itosin osCxl ier cwt.
lit:rMi:.v, Sept. 12. Petroleum 6 marks 05 pfennings, 5
THE NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
In the New York Moel: market ou Tuesday there was a
very stroncoiK'Hing. but prices at once became variable
and unsettled. The vRon to promote and sustain lur
ther advance were not generally successful. At noon the
only murkcil improenieut.J on opening values were for
Northwestern common, Canada Southern. C. C. and In
diana Ontr.il, AllegJiany Central. Norfolk and Western
preferred, Ohio and MWsissippl common, Omaha com
mon, Wabash anil Pacific pretcrml, and the coal .haresr
while there were declines for Illinois Central, Union
Pacific. Minneapolis and St. Ixiuis common and prefer
red, Oreg.m Navigation, and St. Paul. Minneapolis and
Manitoba. Some of the most active sliares, such as Erie
common and Texas and Pacific, showed little change.
Retuocn noon and one p. in. Northwestern co'junon and
and the coal sliarrs made fractional advances, with very
large transactions in Reading, but toward two li.jn. the
whole market became spiritless and weak. St. Paul and
Duluth was something of a fixture of tlie day's business,
opening at S9 'r and rising to 9.'. St. Ixmis and San Fran
cisco preferred was more active nt variable prices. In th'e
las; hour the coal shares wete weak and the whole mar
ket irregular. Wabash and St. Iouis preferred wass
active and advanced 1 f cent. Northern Pacific, com
mon and preferred, declined. The more inuortaiit
changes for the dav were as follows: Advanced Canada
Southern. ll4; Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central,
?s ; Denver and Rio Grande, '- ; ilaunilml and S. Jo. pre
ferred, Vi; Michigan Central, la; Northwestern com
mon, 14 ; Omaha common, : Ontario ,t Western, ?fc;
Reading, l'; Wabash and Pacific common, fa', Wabash
and Pacific jireferrec!. lJs : Western Union Telegraph, ;
Alleuhanv tVntral. IS : St. Iniis and San Francisco jre
ferreii.2'1'; Mutual Union Telegraph, ; Oliio and Zw-s-isippi,
14; St. Paul and Duluth preferred, 3; Norfolfc
and Western jircferred, 2'i- Declined Northern PadUc
pieferred, 1; St. 1'aul common, J4; Minneapolis and SL
Louis preferred, 1.
Uovernmenus weie more active. Railroad bonds in fair
general demand. The Eric 2u Cs advanced to above par.
East Tennessee incomes were more active and dearer, and
to were Texas and Pacific issue.s. In the last hour Rich
mond and Danville debentures were active and advanced.
Wabash and Pacific general mortgage was active. There
was a good business in the high-piiced St. Pauls.
Sterling exchange firmer; sight drafts, 4 $(a$4 S9; G0
day bills, 4 StCn-i ffi. Rates for money on call, varied
from 3S to (iS cent,, clorinq at A.
The Stock Exchange have added to the list $1,452,000 of
the general consolidated railway and hind grant inort
cace's r cent, bonds of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain tuid.
Southern Railway Company, numbered 32,.Vil to 34,002
inclusive. These bonds are Issued on n branch lineot'
railway extending fmnt Knobel to Forest City, a distance
of t7 miles, now completed and in operation, and are at
the rate of 15,000 per mile on taid branch.
CLOSING KATES AT NEW YOP.K, FCITKMHER 12.
U. S. extended 5s
V. S. 4js
V. S. 4s
Pacific ( '05
District 3- fiOs
.lUjyilouston V Tex
.120'u Illinois Central
.W0 'Iulcr. i Grt. i;or....
108H...Lansas k Texas ...
Do. isold 7b.
LaVo E. and West
Louis, and Nash
Mum pins A: Char
Meiropo itan Elava
Mobile A: Ohio
Lehigh and Wilks. olid. UKW
Louisiana Cons 03
MisHouri (is RJl
N'th Carolina Csoffd .. 30
Do new 0s 18
Do fundinsr 10
Morris k Essex
Nash, k Chatta
N. J. Centra
Do Special Tax... 7$
Nor. & West- pfd
New York Cen tral
N. Y. Elevated
Oliio k Miss
Richmond k ABeglia
Rich, k Danville
Jst. Loul3 & Kaa Frin
St. Paul A: Omaha
C. Pacific 0s 1st...
Do. S. S
Yiivinia deferred 12"s
Aaama lixprcBS hii
Alton &Terro H 4C
Do. nrefd 89
American Express.... 95,y
Eos. Air Line nfd 78 Ji
iiur. o. it. iortn'n.
Co!. Chic and I. C,
Central lacitic 94
Ches. and Ouio..
. 52 Vt
Cliicaijo and Alton
Clue. Ilnr. & O
Ch. St. L. andN. O..
Cleve. Col. Cin. and I
Del. and Hud
Del. Lack, k W. .
Denver and 11. li,
Han. & St. Joe..,
.HC?s, united State Ex
. c.nKi Do. nrefd
.. 43iiJ Wells. Foraro Exp,
,. MyJ Western Union..,
.. 90 Do. prefd...,
A'hrrtlrcmmt! inrairil trnilrr thii hrai at the rate of
tueuty-jiie caiUsor tfirtc lint. Addrte replifJS to advcrtUer,
cere o Tjie National Tmbunk.
"YTT" ANTED. The name and address of any members
V V of conipan v II, 1st U. S. infautry, (Mexican war, In
1M7-'4S,J by E. 11." Ojlcord.
WANTED. Tlie addresses of Colonel A. J. Warner
and Lieutenant Joseph Barns, of the 17th regiment
Veteran Reserve Corps, by Luoiiida Sherman.
"YirAIiTI';J)- 1,he addrtsaof Captain Stone, who served
V t at Fortress Monroe in Docembsr, 1SC5, by John E.
"TXTANTED. The addrass of Dr. Murlt, who was with
V V the 55th Pa. vols., in 18C4, by Philip George.
"TTrANTEl). The names and addresses of any officer
VV or members of company M, 4th Mo. car., by J. M.
"TTTANTED. The addresses of the following ofiicers of
VV company 1, 5th l'a. cav. : CapL Walter II. Flttur,
First Lieut. B. Stokes, and Second Lieut. T. Fitzjwtrick,
or auy member of said organization, by Lawrence Ma
lone. " -t
1TTANTED. This addreswa or (Jeorge Howard, Law-
VV icnce Burke, ami Alfred Lovcjoy, of company M,
5th C. S. cav., or any member of said company who was at
Nashville, Tenn., in August, IbGC, by Jas. KcrnaiK
VT ANTED. The addrowes of Captain A. Sheridon,
Vr Lieut, Molton, and Private Oliver Ingram, or any
member of compmiy II, M V. S. infantry; also the name
and address of me regimenml surgeon of said organiza
tion, by John Reynolds.
ANTED. The addn"i,-of Henry Harrison, private,
Co. G, otli V. R. C, wlK served a, orcieny ai uiiiji
Cirriugton, mar Indianapolis, Did., in 1N4, !y Jacou
Roth, late lieutenant company i iin vei. lies, orps, iui
and ltt West.Td St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED. The addresses of Orderly-Sergeant Wal
ler, :-ergeanLs Kmmel and Whitemeyer.and Quartermaster-Sergeant
Jtlerson, or any member of company
G, 1st N. Y. (Lincoln; cavalry, by Geo. AI brand. 4t
T7"AXTED. The address of John Dennis or any other
VV perjoii who was confined in Libby priMin Decem
ber 0, 1n5, anil are knowing of the death, at that time, of
James XAoich alias James o'Oinnell, of company B, 2sth
Mass., by Dr. It. J. P. Goocnvin. 3t
"T"S7"ANTED. The address of Fritz Grimskie, Iat of
V V company B, 5th reg't New York vols., by The .V
tloiial 7Wii', "Washington, D. C, or tlie address of any
of his family or rclati es. tf
WANTED. The address of Michael Cash, late second-class
fireman U.S. stamsliip Ciiocura, by 7Vi
Xatitmnl lYilar,r, Washington, D. C, or the address of any
of his iamlly or relatives. tf
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Not beiniyjiblc to fill nil engagements ofTereil, I
linve made sirrniiKcinents with IMnjor J. It. Percivul
and li. F. Lewis to produce my piny,
THE DRUIIER BOY,
Tho Battle of SliUoli,
the coming season of 1SS2 and 18S3.
S. J. MuscnoFT,
Author and Solo Proprietor,
Attention! G. A. R. Posts and
Ilavinp;, ns nbovo stated, made arrnng:ementfl with
Mr. S.J. Aiuscrofl, unthorof tho "Drummer Hoy;"
or, the Buttlo of Shiloh. to play tho same, ivo uro
now jirepaieil to eorresjiond witli partioo rcKarding;
dates, terms. Ac. We ahull put this grand military
drama on in line stylo. Uniforms and nropcrliets
Percxval & Lewis.
BInjr J K- PEEOIVAI., Manager,
Columbia co., Ohio.
G-EOBGE E. LEMON,
Office, G13 Fifteenth St., (Citizens' National Bank,)
.P. O. Deawek 325. "Washington, D. C.
If wounded, injared, or have contracted any disease,
however slight the disability, apply at once. Thousands
"Widows, minor children, dependent mothers, fathers,
and minor brothers and sisters, in the order named arc
War of 1812.
All surviving officers and soldiers of this warwhether
In the Military or Naval service of the United Sstr.tes, who
served fojrtcen (11) days; or, if in a battle or iikirmisli,
for a less period, and the widows of sucli who have not
remarried, are entitled to a pension of eight dollars a
month. Jfroofof loyalty is no longer required in these
Increase of Pensions.
Pension laws are more liberal now than formerly, and
.many are now entitled to a higher rate than they receive.
From and after January, lsai, I shall make no chnrges
for my servient in claims for increase of pereion, where
no new disability Is alleged, unless successful, in procur
ing the increase.
Restoration to Pension Roll.
Pensioners who have been unjustly dropwed from the
pension roll, or whose names have been stricken therc
irom by reason of failure to draw their pension for a
period of three years, or by reason of re-en ltstment, mav
have their pensions renewed by corresponding with this
from one regiment or vessel and enlistment in another is
not a bar to jiension in cases where tlie wound, disease, or
injury was lucurred while in the service of the United
States aud In the line of dut3.
Surrivora of all wars from 1T90 to March ." ,. i
certain heirs, are entitled to one bundled and v-r t
of laud, if not already received. Soldiers oft li' wa.
Land warrants purchased for cash at tho lr-: .war
tct rate, and assignments perfected.
Prisoners of War.
Eatlon money promptly collected.
Amounts due collected without unnec -iwf'n bt&i
aucn claims cannot oe coneciea wiuiout uv ci.j .
Horses Lost in Serve :j.
Claims of this character promptly attcn . U w ct
claims of this character have been erront . i td. '
Correspondence iu such cases is respectful; i ! i
Bounty and Pay,
Collections promptly made.
Property taken by the ".v"ij
States Not in Insurrection.
Claims of this character will receive special attention,
provided they were tiled before January 1, l3u. If not
tiled prior to that date they are barred by statute of lim
itation. In addition to the above we prosecute Military and
Naval Claims of every description, procure Patents,
Trade-Marks, Copyrights; attend to business before the
General Land Oiluv and other Bureaus of the Interior
Dcpartmenl.and all the Departments of tho Government.
We invite correspondence from all interested, assuring
them of the utmost promptitude, energy, aud thorough
ness iu all inntters intrusted to our hands.
GEORGE E. LEMON.
As this mav reach the hands of some persons unac
quainted with this House, we append hereto, as speci
mens of the testimony in our possession, conies of letters
fiom several gentlemen of political aim military disttuc
tion, and widely known thioughout tlie United states:
House of llr.rnESKXTATivr.s,
WAhiiixuTo.N, D. C, March. , 1875.
From several yeais' acquaintance with dipt. (Jkui:gi:
EiLkmonoI this city, wr cheerfully commend him as a
gentleman of iulcgiity, and well qualified to attend to
the collection of bounty and other claims against the
Government. His experience iu that line gives him
V. P. SPEAGUE, M. C
Fijtccnth tilztrict of Ohio.
JAS. D. STRAWBRIDGE.M.C.
Tfa rtcenth. JJulricl oj I'am'a.
nousE or Ri:i'nKsr.NTATivEs,
Washington, D. C, March 1, 1S7S.
We, the undersigned, having an acquaintance with
Captain Gf.okok E. Li:mon for the past tew years, and a
knowledge of tiie .systematic manner in which lie con
ducts his extensive business, and of his reliability for lair
and honorable dealing connected tiieiewith, cheerfully
commend him to claimants generally.
A. V. RICK, 'Cluiirmnn
Committee on Invalid J'engione, Jfirusc of Jlnv.
W. F. SLKMONS, M. C,
Second DutriU of Ark.
TV. P. LYNDE, M. C,
fourth Jitrict of Wit.
It. TV. TOWNS1IEND, M. C,
A'inctUTUh 1htrict ofJU,
Citizfns' National Rank,
Washington, D. C, Jan. 17, 1870.
Captain Gr.onon E. Lujiox. attorney and agent for the
collection of war claims at Washington citv, is a thor
ough, aide, and exceedingly well-informed man of busi
ness, of high character, and entirely responsible- I
believe that the inleiestHof all havingwarclaims requir
ing adjustment cannot be confided to safer hands.
JNO. A. J. CRESWELL, lh-caident
fB Any person desiring Information ai to my stand
ing and responsibility will, on request, be furnished with
a satisfactory reference In his own vicinity or Congres
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In 1S71, ilr. Tf. R. RobMns invented the now famora
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It is the btst and only perfect self-operating Washer in
the world. It will do all the family washing in less than
half the time in which it can be done in any other way
without labor, with but little soap, without chemicals aud
without wear and tear or yellowing of clothes.
More than fifty thousand of these "Washers are now in
use, giving perfect satisfaction. V"e have thousands of
testimonials from all parts of the country from Public
Institutions, Ilotels, Clergymen, Lawyers, Fanners, Edit
ors, and every class of people, and the Editorial Com
mendations of all the principal papers in the land.
Iu 1878 The Bissell iianufacturing Company .purchased
the patent, and after two years' experimenting succeeded
in simplifying tho Washer, and in adapting it to use iu
any size and style of boiler, as also in the old-fashioned
iron wash-pot so much used in the South.
THE riUXCIPLE OF TIEE WASHER.
The operation of the Washer consists in rapidly and
continuously forcing the hot soap-suds contained in tho
"boiler from the bottom to the surface, through a tube and
then drawing it down atraiii through tho soiled cloth
imr, while that is expanded by the boiling heat causing
it to remove every particleof dirt and leaving the articles
nfter rinsing thoroughly cleansed and bleached. It is
impoible for it tQ tear or wear, or in any way injure tha
fabric, as there is no friction whatever.
HOW DOES THE. "WASHER WOIIK?
The Washer having been placed in the bottom of tha
holler or pot, as soon as the water commences to boil, all
wliich is beneath the washer, being surrounded with
heated metal, becomes hotter than that in the remainder
of the boiler, and thus has a tendency to rise through tho
tube, while at the same time all the steam formed beneath
the Washer is forced to pass out through the tube, and
carries along with It the water in the asluer ana tuba
with great power, its place being supplied by the water
outside, which is rapiulv drawn into tlie Washer and in
turn heated and expelled, thus creating a constant and
powerful current upward through the tube and downward
through the fabric, giving a -water force which
cannot be obtained in any other way. The fabric being,
expanded to its utmost by the boiling water, the dirt,
softened by the action of the soap, is swept away by tha
force of the How.
Thus we have: 1st The greatest possible heat. 2d.
Perfect chemical action of tlie soap; and 3d. Force of
water. All of which are necessary to thoroughly cleanse
and purifv any fabric.
"W nat is it that cleanses the clothing in the ordi
nary modes of washing by rubbing, poundinc, squeezing,
drawing between rollers, etc.? It is the tilling of thu
fabric with soap-suds and then forcinit it out again,
and repeating the process until the clothes are clean.
Rut these processes require hand labor. You mut turn
or pound, or squeeze or rub ; while with the KOBB INS'
WASHER the labor is dispensed -with, and any
other work of tho house may be done while the washinj
is doing itself.
THE CAPACITY OF THE WASHER.
There are two sizes, the No. 1 or family size, which
works in any family holler or wash-pot having a bottom )
Si by S inches or largor, and holding 10 to 12 gallons of
water. It will wash bed or table linen, a boiler fnll In
10 or 13 minutes, wearing apparel in from 20 to 30 minutes,
without rubbing, and requires no previous preparation of
the clothes, such w soaking over night. Take the clothes
drv, and when the washer gets thokougma at work,
fill the boiler, gently pressing them down with a stick.
Use onlv good soan and sort water. If the water is hard
it mav be softened by a small piece of borax, which is
For Lace Curtain this Washer is invaluable. It
cleanses them as no other process can, and without the
slishtest dancer of injury. ,
No. 2, or small hotel size, will do the work in a boiler
holding 15 to 25 gallons,and wash, of average pieces, from
1,500 to 2,000 per day.
We alo make a Washer ."uS inches, suitable for use in
sunken bottom boilers, of the same capacity as our o. 1,
and at same price.
THEY AKE ITCADE OF SOLID BRASS,
(except the tube,) and can neither rust, corrode, break,
or wear out.
QUESTIONS XXD ANSWERS.
Q. What kind ofboiler do you use? A. Any kind of
boiler or pot will do.
Q. How can you have a flow of water at the rate often
gallons per minute in a boiler holding only ten gallons;
A. The same water is used over and over again ; and to
be thus used. It mut pass down through and through the .
fabric ; and this with the soap anil heat does the work.
Q. Can vou wash tlnnuels and colored clothes? A.
We wash ttir fhinit that can be washed. Flannels and
colored clothes need but little soap, and from live to ten
minutes of the full operation of the "Washer, ilannels
houhl he rined m hot water. It Is the change
from boiling to emu water that contracts the fibre,
causing them to shrink. Fugitive pnuts will part with
their colors by any process, but fast colors will not be
6 C'lii vou ue common soft soap? A. i es, if good.
Is it not better to put very dirty clothes to soak
overnight? A. Xo.
Q Will vour washer remove the streaks from dirty
tvnctTinnfta'nml collars? A. The Washer will cleinsa
the dirtiest clothing. Give the clothes a thorough rinsing.
Q How can it le possible for so simple a thing to
cl?ui5 fabrics? A. How is it possible for it not to
cleanse fabrics? Remember that the entire contents cf
the boiler are forced thrcnuh the exMuled clothing
every minute, or at least twenty times at every wash
ing and vou will see what the result mut be.
Q. AVlll your Washer do everything you claim for it?
A. Yes; it will. We guarantee this. '
On receipt ofS1..'0 we will send by Express or Regis
tered mail abampleXo.l Washer to an v part of the Uni
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Cash muM accompany all orders.
Remit by Post-Otlice Order, Registered letter, or by
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I n ordering write plainly your name, post-ofllce, county,
WHAT TIIE PAPERS SAY.
" The best we have ever known-; wc speak from experi
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"The Robbies' Family Washer and Bleacher is as rep
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" We would pay niauy times the price asked rather than
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" A truly wonderful article which is destined at no dis
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mm knmrtnli.i Chiram Inter-Octan. 11
"From nearlr a vear's acquaintance with this com-.,
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"It cannot fall to facilitate w:ishlng. and at the same
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" The Washer does exactly what is claimed for it, and is
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