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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1679.
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OnljMornin? Daily in Southern Illinois
Larcest Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFJ01AL TAPER OF ALEXA5DEK COtXTT.
XC A. Burnett,
Oil ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
Wo arts authorized to announce GmwiB V
SiimnKii i a candidate for election to the oftlco
of AfBcseor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
tbo approuthiUESovcmber election.
It is reported that Vandeibilt has offered
$150,000 for the patent of the new Pressor
grain car. The grain, according to this
patent, is carried in the wheels, there being
Tknnyson'b elder brother changed his
name to Charles Turner in order to inherit
an estate in Lincolnshire known as Grasby
hull, yielding some $10,000' a yeur.( lie
has died without issue, and the estate is at
Alfred Tennyson's disposal on the same
terms, but he refuses to accept the property
on condition of giving up l5s name, and it
will go to some other member of the family.
A BTOiiY now goes the rounds that a
member of the British Cabinet having call
ed the Zulus uncivilized in the presence of
LordBeaconsficld, "Uncivilized !"xclaimed
the Tremier, with that calm astonishment
that precedes his plunges in paradox. "I
do not quite see that. They have routed
our armies, outwitted our generals, killed a
prince and converted a bishop. The most
civilized nation could not do more."
. B. B. Smith, Esq., of Salem, Marion
county, has been adjudged insane, and sent
to the asylum at Jacksonville. A year ago
Smith was one of the brightest lawyers of
Southern Illinois, and was rapidly gaining
both fume and fortune. But in an evil
hour he consented to become the candidutc
of the Republican party for Congress, from
the 16th district. From the time he en
tered the field until the day of tbe election
he was fed upon assurances that his election
was a fixed tact ; and finally yielding cred
ence to these flattering stories, he put his
money to the last dollar, and his energies to
the lust point of endurance, into the work
of "whooping up the boys" aud to giving
warmth and activity to the canvass. The
election came on; the ballots were cast and
counted, and B. B. Smith was a badly
beaten man ! Tbe shock and disappoint'
ment were more than his nervous organiza
tion could stand. He fell under it, a mere
wreck of his former self, and his inenrcera
tion as a lunatic in hc insane asylum at
Jacksonville, is the balance of the story.
No honest, intelligent man can eit down
aud calmly contemplate the manner in
which the labor of body and mind is com
pensated, without arming at the conclu
sion that those who earn their bread by the
Bwcat of their brow, have just cause for com
plaint. The insurance president, whovit
it his finely carpeted and richly adorned
office once a day, aud remains perhaps tin
hour, is paid his $10,000 to $20,000 a year.
Tho man who diga in that president's gar
den, or works upon i,iH btcamW, ten
hours a day, is paid perhaps ono dollar and
auarter. The hostler gets 2! a month;
and the mechanics who are digging the
v foundations or laying the walls of Ins new
, Fifth evcuuti mansion receive nearly
much for full month of fxhausting toil,
" m tho elegant employer is paid for a aingle
hour. . llr. Jewett, tho Receiver and Prcsi-
; dont of tlic Erie Railway company some
time cine;, testified before tbe legislative
... 1 -w ' tt "
committee In Nfw York that lie ; hnd; re
ceived on account of salary f 150,000 or 13,-
000 ft your for ton years, ami wtm promised
In n.Mitioo. thereto 23.000 a venr. Then
on becoming Receiver, the court awarded
liira f 40,000 which makes the- total, ro
ceived ly him as salary, f 80,000 a year 1" Is
there bov wonder that railroad stocks do
not pay dividends aud that day laborer
have to ho employed at 1 5 per day,
when officers aro drawing such' salaries?
Ol'K WASHINGTON IJJTTEH.
K ora our regular Correspondent.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 5th, 1879.
The letter of Secretary Sherman, in which
he tijsposes of the charge that ho is and has
been inimical to Gen. Grunt, has.attracted
great interest The Secretary truly says
that ho lias always been ou tho best terms
with tho General, that ho supported him
hroughout his public course, has always
spoken highly of him, and is in all respects
one of his warmest friends. That is the
substance of it. But there is one phase of
the official relationship of Grant and Sher
man that has not been sufficiently consul-
Ted, and this is a very opportune occasion
fur presenting it. The independent news
paper readers will not fail to have observed
the differences in the standing ot tho two
men in their party. While Sherman has
been cured and berated by his former rad
ical friends as one ot the men most guilty
of tho Hayes policy, so called, Gen. Grunt
has nut only gone "scott free" but h.'is been
pat forward as the representative stalwart,
the man before whom the South would quail
and stand in fear. I ar.i not alone in saying
that the fact is quite the revt rse. Gen.
Grant was the real author of the Hayes pol
icy; Sherman accepted it relucULt :y, be
cause it has been adopted, and made the
best of what he thought was a bad cause.
If there was any discredit attaching to that
policy, the greater parts was Grant's, not
Sherman's; if there was any credit, that al
so was Grant's. I am not arguing the right
or wrong in the matter, but simply endeav
oring to state facts. Gen. Grant first had
what is now the "Hayes policy" in mind
with reference to Mississippi, and the re
sult was that because he would not take ti'ie
stalwart ground, Gov. Ames reigned and
left the State Government in Democratic
hands. There was such an outcry from the
radicals after that that the General did not
push his policy further, but it was noticea
ble that lie avoided the issue whenever it
was possible, until the Louisiana case pre
sented itselt in 1670-7. Then he renewed
his policy of withdrawing Federal support
to the Republican State Government, and
left Packard to take care of him
self. I know it has been said that
he did this ot tho fcolicitation of Hayes, but
to those who know the facts, that statement
will not do. When leading radical Repub
licans pleaded with him against that cav.se
he gave as an excuse that he was going out
of power aud didn't want to antagonize the
Southern people any further but prefered to
retiie with the good will of all. In fact, he
was the greatest couciliationist about
Washington in those-days. It is astonish
ing, therefore, that while Sherman is de
nounced by the stalwarts as a conciliation
ist, Grant is put forward as the stalwart
candidate for president. The truth is and
observe that I um trying to write the truth
without regard to where it hits that Grunt
is preferable among Southern Democrats
who understand these facts, to either of the
other Republican candidates for president
cither Biainc, Conkling, Widom, Sher
man, or Chandler, because they believe thut
he will conciliate them, and think more of
a peaceable aud quiet term than of tny ag
gressive policy to settle the Southern ques
tion according to stalwart ideas, I obs- rve,
by the way, that a few of the radicals are
beginning to take this view, and to hedge in.
the "Grant boom," so cal'ud.
The exciting problem among Democrats
still is whether Mr. Tilden did utter the
sentiments attributed to him touching the
Democratic methods in the South. Game
of the more hotheaded Democrats from the
South denounced him warmly the other
day, but they are beginning to compromise
a little now. Tho fact is, Tilde'n is a strong
man personally, and it is hard to get up un
issue that will stick against him in his own
A Bi'KHiiKEu Physician. A dying pa
tient recovers through the interposition of
u humble Gerniun. Some weeks uj;o Dr.
G , a very reputahlo und widely-known
physician, living on C street, was called
to uttend a very complicated case of Rheu
matism. Upon urriving ut the liouse he
fouDd h man about forty years of age, lying
in a prostrated und seriouB condition, with
his whole frame dangerously affected wit
the painful disease. II prescribed for the
patient, but tho man continued to grow
worse, and on Suuday evening he was
fouBd to bu in a very alarming condition.
The knees and elbows and larger ioints
were greatly influmed and could not lu
moved. It wus only with extreme ditHrnlt
that the patient could be turned in bed
with tho aid of three or four itersona. Tim
weight of the clothing was so (ijipressivo
J,ttt nm h.ua J "dnpted to kcp it
from tho patient' Imrlv.
Tho doctor hiiw that his ussiatance wnuUl
oi noavmi, Bnd UTttho house, the im A
bore of tho family following him to tlVl c'
door, woeninir. At tuu f.ritmiii I
neighbor, n poir humble Gtrniun shotnmk-
, ,. - ........... iivhi. .
er. nnneored to tho ffrief emitten ones as a
saving angel. Ho hd heard of tho despair
of tho family, and now asKea them to try
his rcmedv. and accordingly "brought forth
a bottle ofSt. Jacobs Oil. Asa drowning
man will cutch at straws, so tho poor wito
applied this remedy ; she had no hope, but
would try anything, ns a mutter ot Uuty.
The first application eased tho patient very
much: after a few hours they used it again,
aud, wonder of wonders, tho pain vanished
entirely 1 Every subsequent application
improved 'the sufferer, and in two days he
was well and out. When tho doctor called
a few days after, he was indeed surprised;
lor, instead oi a corpse, no lound a now-
made man. Exchange.
PAT DON AN 'S WOES.
St. Loula Tlmis-Joiirual.
Peter Donan is certainly an unfortunate
young man. r or several months be labored
assiduously to i;et control of u daily paper
in not springs, Arkansas, t(ut finally cave
up in despair aud went to Deadwood and
sought as earnestly to obtain the wonrietor-
ship of the Daily Tribune at that place.
During ins absence ids Hot frprimrs friends
made a grand rally and purchased the Dai
ly Sentinel tor him and telagra; bed him to
return. He returned by way of Chicago
and laid in a supply of new type, and wi'r.t
even so far as to iniy a new press. He had
not more than reached Hot Springs wijhhis
luggage than along came a telcgraia from
Deadwood, telling" him he could have the
Daily 1 ribune :f he watted :t. He perfcrred
Deadwood to Hot Spring?-, but no ap
prehended much difficulty in disengag
ing himself from his obligation to the Sen
tinel. Finally, however, he succeeded in
making n satisfactory settlement, and, hav
ing shipped tiie new press and type back to
Chicago, he bade his Hot Sprints friends a
tearful and eternal .farewell r.ud started fr
Deadwood. He arrived there ,y.:st in tits? to
see the town ab'(aze and to rind his news
paper ff.lee a smoldering mas of r.iins.
And with the smoke that curled gracvf illy
up to high heavens, there ascended v, :rds
w hich we will not c.w.tc and which i.:ade
the cerulean vault several shades iucr
then its original shade.
TltK VeSoMOVS EKKTit ' 'F Ma:.a!i:a
u.ies cot infect the systems of th-.se who
use Il'stetti r's Stomach Hitters as a precau
tion Hg;i:r.t it. Nor is it lets u.-ful i.s u
remedy where inKrmittvCt srnl remitter.!
liver has fully established itsel:, in tor.s--qv.eiK-e
of a neglect of preventive measuTej.
It checks the p:.rc'Xyis:: with r.st-r.is'i.tr,,'
cettaluty, r.n 1 eradicates this type f d
ccm even in its mo-t inveterate f.-ru. T!:
iiiedieir.eis an especial 'vv-n Mthe cmignut
population of the f.'.r W est, where fevers of
a malarial type are particularly pr. vah.-r.t,
but the roc 'gnition el' its merits is so f..r
frnu being limited, that it is knwn tud
.(j prr.isvd at its true value thnrgb' v.! lb;
breadth of America. Travelers 1 y land
and sea, miners and sojourners in unhealthy
localities, esteem it hithly, and are its most
constant purchasers, and In many a rural
household far and wide it is the chosen
family specific. ,
aimin:tkato;-s notj. r.. t
r.-TATE(T ALKSAM-KB TWUNTC. M' EA'Kn.
The v.i.d' r:irt-d. IhvIc tf n nj j oined ai'.ir-ir-
iftrhir'.X "f A.v oiA.'M.tt I 'I "ATT;".'. f)f
'he cour.ry of A'-eHumlef and r:n'r of lHlno'.i". rr
reaped, h'si y ivet. tot!- ttut he'':il iii)ieur lie
tore !)ie tv.::.;y i n:.r. of AlesiiLUer tortity. t tne
eoTirt.j.i'.tte : (.'airo, . :t:e I'ecer.;ler term, on ti e
Vonrtay -ti Iieceni!". r ne?;t. ot wl.l ii unit- a.I
;m'!(:.i bkviitccll.iui' 'li t.::"' n.u ef tile are no! f ed
aad re(i8tft d tteod for tte .:irx.om of la!i:i;
It.e m.jim' tii'.jur'ed. Ail ', .uhl'-i T i -e.nl
itali; art" requested to make iriiueil.ate payment
to the ui:!-.':i'!.ed.
Iate:'.:hi jf'.b 'ttv of .! 'er.Ver. A. T). !S7!.
L Z A J . ' j" W L N T '. . A d i ir n i . .-a : r i j .
F. E Hay. E.vu v r ofE'tale '
m Ij. ". iJny. ilc.'vasiil. I Fitiiion to xellland
vk ( to pay deli'.a.
r.y vir:-.:e of a ut.cr.e of the coney r.onrt of While
ci..:i.ty. Iiili.xf. rendered in the aUi.c tMit t'.i
n.je. ut the lleeeuiber term. of raid court; I
s r.:i.l pr. feed a; tec door of the court h'jiir.e, in
I ::.). I'.iltois, on
THURSDAY, OCTOIiER i-ATH. ItCI.
iietwe-cn the ho'.irr of Ido'eiock a. jn. ami So'cV.'k
p. in., of aid day, to otier !it riilo at pnr.llc
tion. to the hihert and bept b'd lfr. tbo foilowii.
twtrilM'd rtai erta'o. aituat) d in "!.e city ol GV.r .
A"i xiilicer r.-jtinty and f:ete f lD'.noir. to miirfy
ta.ddrirev: Lot N-J. 7, Il.ock No. .7. Fiirt Adrti
lion to the city i.f Cairo.
Tt:kXH or Sai.e: The eaid lot will bi fold on a
credit ofaiz aLd Iauivu monthr. ;i i.l payiiien'H.
The p'.:r"hnsi r wiil be required to give tittle with
approved perroi.nl recur.ty loirethtr vi'h a niort
jrutc on thr prtinix rtortiuie the pun Ihre wotiey.
A vulunh'e alio derirnlile two-'ory Lunnerr
houne and rerideiiie in ntnated on thin lot. front
irt'ou (.'onin.erijni and torntr of 'J'weu'y eighth
The ft.ii! will take p'.ui.e tt 1 o'clock p in.
F E. HAY, Executor.
D U. HAY. Deceased.
JNO. 51. CIlEliS. Attoru y,
YM C. FORI),
Variety Bracket Store,
Commer lul Avt mil- Correr Mii'li Htretit.
CAlliO, : : : ILUXOIK,
Wlntcr'a I:loek. ('(n iier h'eventli Wreet mid Com
tut ) i till Avemie,
DeKirea to Inform the Indies of Cairo ami Vb lnliy
that rhe ban on hand and rueelviUK daily, dlree.t
from the Euatoru eitie, a very larne and comphitB
rtoik of Lauier' and Mirat'H'.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMKD HATH.
Horiery all Mlv.cn and colnra B rtn to one dollar
per pair. C'orretr, 411 eta. to 2.BO, ami full umiort.
Ladies' Furnishing floods!
All tbo very latert deal(;na. I'rleea a low na tin,
ribie and uiidr markeii in plain flKiiren. Will mil
be tiiKlerrold. Call and examine, Bo troiihiij t0
how Kooda Ladlea who do not aeo what tliev
want will plenre urk for i', ,
51 EAT MAItKET,
Cr.rticr WacLlnKton Avctrno and El(-Lt Hireet,
CAIRO, j . . . ILJXN018
k.idi.ftmlKV"iiw!!n,p'",f "?ply of lhe bwt
ACVTK OR CHRONIC
ycLufitUturcd only r.r.cVf the atove Trade Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
linr.ieillnto relief warriitlctt. Fermin.eiit cure
g .rnli!ed. Now exclusively need by nil celebra
led I'byck'laii of Europe mid Ai.'erlcu, t)ftoni!n 8
ottne,' liiirmieM i:d Heliublo hi medy on both
eoLtiueLtd. The hifhet Medical Academy of
I'ar: report W cure out of cnie w ithfn three
('.fi . . Secret The only disi-olver of tketnii'onoiid
Vr'ic Add which eNlc in the Biood of Rheumatic
mid iionty Fntiett. 1 a box; (1 boxen fer JV
Sviit kny h(Klro on rereiiit of price, Jniloi-nnci
bv riiyicia. (iold by ulllirttitnUti'. Aaiirt-st
WASHBURN & CO.,
Ov.)y Irporteris' Depot 214 Froudwr.y, N, V.
For Sato by BARCLAY EROS., end Dmpi;-t
i S 3i
If. " h4
rF.OrKIETOK OF Srr.OAT'S TATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICS EY THE C AR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIHriXG.
Car Loads a Specialty.
C) I' f i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
JTUKEKA! . EUREKA!
A SUBSTITUTE FOB LIFE ISSUE
AXCE COM FAMES.
VIDOW & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oipmized July HUi, 187", I'ikIt li e Ltitol
Uie Htiite of Il'itola, Cni'yriclited July
9. 15177. UtlllT AetuTl'MiKPfMi.
WILLIAM STKATTON, rr.EM.-.r.M.
T. A. TATLC'K, V:i.-K-ri.laij)NT.
J A (iOI.ItSTlME. - - TiiKA-nirn
fi: J.J fiOHJXt.V, - 5" en. AtiVlf.lt.
TUO.MA6 LEWI.1:. - SeciaiTAinr.
IIOAUD OF JJANAOEK:
I .1 (iOUI)fN. I'hvnie.ian Cairo, I' t
.Mr-. I'. A. 'J'AYLOl:. Hup. r.nt'.xdi-H l
S' bo ili', Alexander Ccpi nty " "
J A. liOLDs'i'lNE. of lo lr:.T,H ii ho-
"hwnwv. Whwlenale und Kctan Deaiera
in stnpli-and hanev I)ry tti.oiln " '
N U. TlllSTLKWUUJ), of II :liklu ds
Tliiatiewood. Com rr;.iitj McicLiil'.h,
i ot'on ami Tohnecd J'attori! " "
S. 1). A Y Li.!., of Ayeia it Co., Commia-
f .tin .MerehiiriH , "
TIIO.VAS LKWIh. incurattfo .Mtnairr
and A"omev at Law "
V.'M. KTHA'l'ToN. of Stratum & Dird,
WljdlcHiile (iroeern " "
0(. i, AI.DKN, Cornn;ifKiou .Mer-
i:luilit, TH (JIimi Levee " "
JAS M. KEAI ltj;.N. Af't.t M:Msippl
VnHf Tiilui-lKir'uliou CompuLy " "
(HAS. H S'i'l AHT. Whoiemit and He
tall Dry (i.inilM and Notion ' "
IDWAI'l) A. I'.riiKH, ,Matr.:lhtt!ir:i:K
Jeweler and Whoimle denier in
Wat' hinakciH' Toole and Materials.... "
CIIAKLE LAM 'A M' EH, LancafU r A
I(li:e, Lin iberdenlerM
C (. I'A'UEH. O. Patier i Co.,
V4'inl'ulM and Ketuil MerchnMa " "
Jfr.v. H. Y. fiEOKUK, I'uator I'n M jtc- ,
rum elmrrh ' "
I. (.' WH1TK. ItiH'irance Agent
li. W. MiKEAI'i, Ton '.master "
H. I'. WHEELKK, Attorney ami Coun-
aulur at law " "
Mkh. LUIIINA F'iHIir.Af.'K "
OSCAK HAYTIIOHN, WnolMaio nod
Itetnil I',ii(i'H,HhoeaandIiry(joo(l.... " "
A.J.1IIKI), -Men hunt and ritcamboat
Proprietor. " "
WILLIAM KLL'WK. fieneral Merrb'dlne "
I'. (I. HCHLIl, Wliolecnlo and Kftall
Drnpt'lta " "
J. T. lil'lNNI!!. Foundry airtlMacbiulat. "
AL11KKT LEW1H " "
Miia. I A. 1IOWAK1), IlnardltiR Ilotiae. "
W. V. PITCH EH, Inmiraiao Ap'tit "
A. 1IAI.LEY, Deulur in Ktovea, Tin and
Hardware '. 'V "
E, W. (iKiiEN, lireeu, Wood 4 Uennctt " '
Miller " "
II. K l'OTTEHf Editor and rnbli-her
ArirtiK-Joiima .-wounu i ny.jii,
Mia. H. A. AVEHM Villa Hidjfe,
A. .. FKli.NCIl. Partner Uird I'olnt, Mo
pOUNDIiY, MACHINE BHOP AND
i1 STEAM FORGE.
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, HIS.
John T. Reimie,
HA-VINO tialahllabed bin work at tbe above man
tinned plaeo In bettor prepared than nvr for
tniimifHrtiirltiK Hleam Ennlnan and Mill Maehiriiiry.
IIuvIdb iteam llanuiiBr and ample Too a, tin
nannlaetnro of all klnda of Machinery, KallroaU,
Uleaniboat and IlrldRo KorirlnKn ninno inelalty.
KitrWlBlilteMloUKivoutorepalraol k -lnein(i
Urann Caxtlngn of all kluda mado to ordoi
T.pe F ttlng In a.'l It branclitit.
HA UCLA Y
iC O ALINE !
TKAIJK MA 11 It,.
-THE ELECTRIC CIEAXSEIi.
HAS NO EQUAL FOll (iENEItAL IIOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHE
FOR TIIE BATH, AC, tC.
For C'.i-anicff Paint, VnrniMiwl Surfucw, Window (ilu.ss, Mirrors, (iohl Yimm,
Murblo, rianop, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Slum- Cum, llio.i.c,
Cut Ololtfo, GhSFistui.; Uoniovc 1'itcli i,t!,l Ti.r fnm the Hamlo or Clothin
ron.llly, &c, Ac.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT
Anything Soiled l.yOir. or
oil Marks, or by Dirt of any kiftd.it will clean
WLTHOUT SOAP oil WATER.
c.n f ,. ,t. It !..e:.a.n.y..,sl0rtoa0,.,.. aeLannrand mae.h m,.re eeonwmicul It ,,,,, UK
rora:r., wI, ,MVHa Mh,.,,araure!!MluB It clean tl"i haudcand leavelths' i-k'n
'J ''"" and chapped band, readily. K,.pectr,.!,,-0tir.
WIM.IAM S. EVERETT. HI Cottu- (irove Av.,l hie,
n ,vs 'tT'p ,,,UU? "'lVe Wn Jin iu y "CuaHuo.- an arth ie man., Jiur-J
tt 1 " -aJ S L0 "f ,htt M f" m.:, e we ha.e ever kn n or h, :,rd of. K,.r
KrU;'U "iU"L :tw' ,i:u'r- UlUl' -r";"- out ol clothlff and carp,.,,, etc.. e ,hi, k
tu "nl& b nv u -:ow -,o - -
' I., ti. CALKINs.
a- .v!r;f,y"E i0X"7"b"; iu Ualk. and nrlu'y for .vlug the pUk a ow
"-J ''"' at a low .Ij im c.imp.-tii.S w ith nmple U like Soap.
Ttfo;:owir.e te.tiutoui.li from person i,u whom many intalro and vieinl.y , anominud place
c ..:ie in i:n trie pinion before the public. It l-aood lhlntf. .ndahould he Kenmllv nM:
i t-nie ii-i eoa.ine l!. my fcou.e. It rate lt,r
bo without it -CentMa, 111., Auii.t l'.th. li:i.
V. "U!,'.:",0be ':1 lU'' C:i,lWta fur
1 Uvewed cosine tocUan littd-Iiuht ofUfr!i.. where the dirt U hardened, and I, u.ually cloned
Y.iccr.ttrted:yi. I fout.d loaiii.e to do the o,k full, ell a. po.a.h. ultlunt it. lrU.rio,;
e.ect,.-( tL:,.;a. i:: AV.J.XM l'.'th, 1P. BILLS. Koman faint Shop, I. c. r.
Ail UU-.is trouri :;, huve it. ami can anpy their customer, tn ..few daya. It !, nw fti t"l
be. at all tir:ie. obta:j.a).:c at
I-au if Y eniilif s Mill Call and (iu a Saiiiiile. Free for Trial, ut our Stou-s
OHIO LEV EE.
SAVE VOUK ENGINES!
We Desire to call
AVJIICII IS NOW COMING lyrOUENERAI, USE.
AVALTEJl'S lATIONT KSCA115 Oil
FOE STEAM CYL1NDEKS.
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call (tic nttciition ofjirnpriclors of Stfiun KngiiicB to tlio use of this Vulvo, lty which
it gicut huvirio; of fuel in (.-fleeted. Thu Vulvt heing closiid on ttto mlmisHion of steam Hiid
oiitm when cxIiiuiHtinjr, tlj'j (inpinc is not liallo to get out of line, hb no witter is allowed to
nccuniulute in the cylinder the Vulvo opening or shutting nutomuticnlly nt each stroke.
Tho cylinder is kept dry when the enftino ih not working, us tlio Valves aro then kept
open ly o 'spiral spring. The Vulvtt will pity its price in the saving of fuel in ft very
short time, mid will lnrt over ten years ,(
fcsTtftuto ttrnl County Uiglits for S!e. Apply t th! Office for purtSculnn. ,
OF: THE WORLD!
G I iKAsK, by Flies or I
ve clothe, and 1 inoxp. ni'ive. 1 m ."jltl not
MKS. JAMES Vi yAIL.
cheerfully recommend it.-Centralla. i;!!,,o,
.MHs. I). OXI.KY.
) - 'J'J i and Wainsi.in A. iiue.
Yniu - attention to Our
HEADS liROKEN OUT.