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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1879.
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CTTK'IAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COT'S TY
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OB ASSESSOR AND TREAH'KEK.
Vc arc authorized to annonr.ee Geokge W
fl:o'a a candidate for election to the office
of Afeior and Treasurer of Aleiander Coutiv at
the tjpro3chiai;oveiubtr eleclioa.
We arc authorised to aunonuce that Mar W.
Parker I a candidate, at the ensnins November
election for the office of County Treasurer.
".Ve arc anthi.rtcd to announce the name of J. A
M. Cuing it a cnudidatfl for County Cumiuinioncr
of Alexander connty at theeneuinj,' NoremhVr dec
Ocii readers will readily recall the
Adrian, Michigan, horror, of a few weeks
ngo,occasioned by the fall of the ampithea
tcr on the fair grounds. Fifteen persons
were killed outright, and about two hun
ilre J were wounded. The authorities of the
i.iry instituted inquiry into the matter, and,
contrary to expectation, have anived at the
conclusion that somebody is responsible.
The coroner's jury declared that the owny
of the stand, the architect who designed it,
and the builders who erected it, are guilty
of criminal carelessness, and recommend
th:vt thoy be criminally prosecuted. All of
the accused parties have been arrested, and
ue held to answer the charge of nian
Kluughter. The chances are they will go
to the penitentiary. If that should bu
their geptence, a lesson will be taught to
architects au l builders which will not soon
The New York Times is one of the Re
publican papers ot New York that refuses
t lend uid and comfort to the "Kelly bolt
to beat Robinson.'' A recent number of the
Times contains the following: "Mr. Orlun
'! II. Potter, who is traveling with the
Kelly Combination show m the interior of
t!.;6 State, has inadvertantly told a great
t: uth. The show having reached Rochester
last night, amidst fireworks and other man
dotations of marketable cntlmhiasm, Mr
Totter began tho performance with a (speech,
in winch ho said : 'If you elect Mr. Kelly,
yoa will reflect more honor on him than on
yourselves.' This was so manifestly true
tuat the audience could not stand it, and
the eloquent I'otter was absolutely hooted
down. The audience were evidently hard
to please. Even Mr. Kelly does not pre
tenu to oeiievo that lie will lie elected, lie
hays that lie is only a candidate in order to
deleat Robinson. Why, then, should a sup
position so violent as that Kelly limy be
elected, bo seriously considered ? And if
tho voters of New York should happen to
elect Mr. Kelly to tho governorship, would
not honor be reflected on him? Ami would
any honor be reflected on those who elected
AccoitDiNO to the New Orleans Times
(Secretary Hchurz had a very plain, talk with
the leading men of tho Indian Territory
during his recent visit there. He told them
that tho covernment was not strong enough
to resist the march of empire and Unit the
day was not far distant when tho territory
would ho opened to whito settlement, llo
un ,. in m m'ux'i uirms oi on
hundred and hivty or tlme hundred and
t,venty acrea for cadi bend of A fjiinily, uud
ii nettle upon and cultivate them, lty this
iin'uiu they would wcuro homes fir them
nelve nnd would be jirotectcd Hgalnnt pov.
:rty wlicn tho rush of white Immigration
omnieuccd. Tho leading men ot tho Cher
okee and ("reek arc educated ryid tee
rleariy that the Territory will not alwuyi be
held a a reservation for tlio In-
dian.' Whilo I. they .think, that
the 1 covornmont oujjlit to BtiuiJ
bv ita treaties with them, they aro
wise enough to see the inevitable, and pre
paro for it. About filty thousand of tho
Indians of the Territory aro fully civilizod,
and speak and write tho English language-
with fluency, Tliey have schools and
churches, and are engaged extensively in
agricultural and mechanical industries,
And tho balance tho brutal, cruel devils
who feed on wild animals, and want to hold
thousands of mjles of territory sacred to
the growth of such food, must be pushed
aside by the on-l!oving tide of whito peo
ple. Assi-rn them farms, continue their
annuities for a few years, and theu compel
them to sustain themselves. If they pre
for starvation to work, accord them a per
fect free will agency in tho matter. Those
who deliberately choose tho alternative of
labor, will form uo serious loss, in any point
A few years ago, then, when Rarnum was
about to open his Inppntlromo in tins city,
among others who applied tor a position as
ilriver" to one tit the lour-in-lian.1 homan
chariots was a flno-lookin? young cirl of
IS, about medium height, with a lovely
blonde complexion, light brown hair,
flecked with gold, and blue eyes. She at
tracted Mr. Ramum's attention at once,
though more even from her manners than
appearance, which were very modest aud
lady-like. On being questioned, she re
fused to say anything about herself, and
when finding she was a fair musician and a
good German scholar, she was asked w hy
she did not teach, or get a position as com
panion t j some hvly. she replied that no
one. would take her without references, and
these she could not f.iruish. After giving
some specimens of skill :n driving he was
engaged and joined the company. '(
As is generally known, hippodrome rac
ing is dangerous amusement, and, while
there is great excitement in watching these
chariots of crimson and gold, drawn by
four spirited steeds, and driven by young
women standing erect aud urging them or.
with voice and whip, more than once spec-
tutors, when thrilled with interest at the
contest, have heard a dreadful crash, seen
the horses roll over in the dirt, and plunge
about in mad contusion, listened to oaths
aud wild screams, and watched the form of
a woman extricated and carried off.
These fearful accidents usually result
from the wild state of excitement into
which both horses and drivers get when
entered for a race and striving for the prize
which is usually oii'ered. Knowing their
risk, it is with difficulty that women of
sufficient nerve and physical strength can
be found to drive, and when thev are thev
command high, wages. When, then, this
young girl, who was known in
the ring as Mdllc. Louise, offered
her services, it was with sunirise
that they saw the courage and
skill with which she handled the "rib
Night after night she went through her
part triumphantly, and grew to be a great
fovorite with the public, especially as she
frequently came out ahead, the horses un
derstanding her so perfectly that thev
oleyed every inflection of her voice.
On a certain memorable evening there
was present among the spectators a promi
nent young lawyer of New York citv. a
man of good looks, bearing, 'and means, and
who at that time was conducting a law-suit
of the company, which led him frequently
to the office of the business manager, which
was in the Wilding1. On this occasion the
two were chatting together when Millie.
Louise entered. The lawyer remarked
upon her good looks. "Yes," said the
manager, "but she is more than good-looking.
Slie is thoroughly good, and lives
like a nun. There has never been one
word of scandal connected with her name.
She gets more llowers and love letters than
any other women in the company; but she
never takes any notice of cither "uud won't
even take them home with her.
"Where does she come from':'' rked '.lie
"That is more than anyone has found out
yet. She is a lady, of that I am sine, and
I have heard her speak in both French and
German; but don't cast your eye in that di
rection, my young friend, or you will get
..1 lit-.. rr '
11 imv wit. ucu
Nevertheless the man of legal lore be
came anxious to know what manner of wo
man this was, and finally got in the habit
of dropping in nearly every evening to take
a look at her. Tor a longtime the seemed
oblivious to his presence, though she could
not help noticing him, as he always stood in
the saiuc place; but one evening as she
drove into the green room and jumped out
of her chariot herdres-faught in the wheel:
lie released it. She thanked him, and so
the acquaintance began. For a time she
was only coldly polite, but gradually ac
quiring confidence in him, became more
talkative nnd cordial, though s!,u relused
his repeated request to call. t
One evening Mr. Uarnum offered a laurel
wreath to the winner of the race, and Mdllc.
Louise declared she would win it, but never
theless, through some trifle, sho came in
second. Seeing her disappointment the gal
lant young lawyer told her she should have
another chance, and, forthwith he had inadu
at Tiffany's an elegant gold-mounted riiling
whip. When the evening, came the prize
w as announced by the manager, and quite
a flutter of excitement ensued.
As Mdllc. Louise mounted her chariot
her admirer noticed that she was very pub.'
and he said (half laughing und half in earn
est), "Now take care. I don't want Htiy
body killed in riding for that whip." At
this she shruitged her shoulder disdain
fully, nnd replied: "Do you suppose I nm
afraid? No, it is not that; but I hope. I
(hall never leave that track alive."
"That iHtlreaiil'uUpecch to make."
"Is it? Well, it needn't make any dif
ference to any one that I know of."
1 Wore he could icply tho signal was
given, and the eight glittering chariots
diliwn by thirty-two magnificent horses,
adorned with goldeu harness nnd flying rib
bons, started, livery driver wore her own
color, nnd Millie. Louise had chosen flaring
garments of paio blue, nnd a helmet of
ver. Down the trnrlr fli-u; rl
, j . - -- v vnni i win mill
rider, the Htueds looming to have n human
, - r, ...-.w iiiiiuuii
tinilerstiuidiiig 0f tho struggle; thy baud
buret Into loud martini "trains; tho people
cheered, nnd now red passed blue; then
camo yellow to the front; butglcauiingbluo
nnd nilvor shot by; with tense- faces and
trcct figure tho three women urged on
their horses, and the young lawyer watched
with a chill at his heart this desperate
Tho goal was almost reached, and w ith
her fair hair flying over her blue mantle, a
burning flush on either cheek, and clenched
teeth, Louiso cheered on her Iwrses, only a
length more, when tho woman in red milled
her steeds slightly to tho rhht a fearful
crash followed, the wild neigh of a horse in
agony a woman's groans, and a crowd of i
horrified attendants rushed to the rescue.
separated the horses, and drew from under
their feet tho form of Louise, for sho had
been thrown over the front of the chariots
under their very hoofs.
A litter was brought. She was laid noon
it, and, midst tho murmurs nnd exclama
tions of the bystanders, was carried out. Al
most the first at her side was tho voun"
lawyer, who gazed with terror en her cold,
rigid form, with its white, ngonized face.
upon which the imprint ot a hoot, and the
staring eves which saw nothing.
her hand to feel her pulse, her lingers closed
like a vise on his, nnd with n convulsive ef-
tort she murmured, "That was a terribh
wish," and relapsed into unconsciousness
l).)ctors were sent for. aud. on cxaminn.
tion. they found an arm broken, a knee-cap
almost crushed, and many cruel bruises.
She was carried home, and.be itsaid to Mr.
mrnum s creuit. was not allowed to want
for any thing. Her new friend called fre
quently to leave fruit and flowers for her.
and at last, when she was pronounced con
valescent, was admitted to her presence.
Then she told her story, simple, short, and
Horn nnd brought up in a little town not
a hundred miles away from Albany, und by
parents who, though not wealthy," were in
tavorabSc circumstances, end the owners of
a s:iiall hotel, she had led a happy, joyous
life, until she reached seventeen, at which
age she enjoyed all the dignity of leading
the village choir and driving her own span
of ponies. About that time the salesman
of a well known firm in St. Louis, stopped
at her father's house, fell in love with her,
proposed marjagc, and was accepted; she
thinking it a very fine thing to have a lover
from a large city.
Shortly afterward they were wedded, and
went to St. Louis to live, her husband tak
ing her to his sister's home. His sister was
a spinster of uncertain age and temper,
but having a large interest in the firm
which her brother represented, carried
things with a high hand, and completely
ruled him. When the young wife was in
troduced she "Was first fuitnd fault with bo-
cause she was young, then because siie was '
nrottv; her manners, clothes and acouaint-1
anecs were all criticised and condemned;
the husband not having the courage to up-
hold his wife, siding with his sister.
To Louise, a petted and only daughter,
this treatment was maddening. She re
sented it, and matters went from bad to
worse. Finally, without taking even a
change of clothes with her, she ran away in
a fit of desperation, and came to this city,
where she joined the Hippodrome as re
The young lawyer listened to the story
with pain fin interest, deciiljng on only one
inin, iiuiT sue must not renew her circus
life. At first she insisted on rejoining the
company when she was well enough, but
finally yielded to his suggestion study for
the stage, as she had considerable
dramatic talent. This she did
with -Miss Fanny Morant, who asks f 200 a
term lor two terms, and with such success
that she felt warranto I iu tanking her ap
pearance at MeYicker's last season in "The
Two Orphans," and under the name of Miss
Mcroc Charles. It is needless to say that
the young lawyer paid the expenses of her
dramatic training and furnished her outfit,
but it is needful to add that all his efforts
for her were mado with a disinterestedness
is ; rare as it is beautiful in the generosity of
man toward woman, especially toward the
woman who is loved. Her confidence in
his honor he held sacred by upholding her,
and so it hannenod that afterward wln'l. on
i K'Hitlicrn f.inr with Vikei.i TLuitli .in
ajuiiitr.ntour, with utwin tsootn, who
.- n t.,.-,...-. tn .H 1 ,1,. 1
i 1 ' i vfc i i ii ! I , lit ii. i est m lli.l, tin v mn eu
in St. Louis; nnd among the audience was i
her husband, who at once recognized her. I
The next day she received a long letter !
from him expressing sinsere repentance tor I
the pa.st, acknowledging his lack of cour
age, f.nd aiding that his sister was now
dead, and that if she would return lie would
devote the remainder of his life to making
This letter she sent to the man w ho had
so generously befriended her, with a note
saying that to him she owed everything,
and promising to follow his decision.
Realizing that the offer . meant for her
honor, comfort and peace, he answered in
one word, "Heturn," which she did, and is
now settled in htr new homo in St. Louk
nnd that is the reason that the world
theatrical knows no more of Meroe Charhy,
The other case I have reference to is that
of pretty Kitty Stokes, who for the last two
yeais has been llarnum's best bare-back
rider. Sho was literally born in the' pYo
fession; her father having been all his life
coniected with it, and for the last 2(1 years
a manager. Kitty's 'mother was the
daughter of a circus performer; her hus
band first met her in tho ring; they
were married, und he then sent her to a
French convent retreat to finish her educa
tion. After that she never returned to bet
old life, but all her four daughters are in
tho profession. One of them. Kmma
stopped during a performance in Philadel
phia to be married to a fellow-performer
and then vent on jumping through the
hoops. Kitty, who is next to the younoest,
has been earning $123 per week,' imif ex
pellees for herself and mother. Very strict
ly brought up, sho was never allowed to
speak to my one connected with the circus
her mother not allowing it for propriety'j
sake, her father in deadly fear of her mar
rying. Kitty rather rebelled against this
close keeping, for it deprived her of
the ordinary enjoyment of girls of her aire
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HUM CH'.; Bi.'1'll ll'iuitl It Blieill OlJiy JIUIII lCT 111
Curl Antony, the young Swiss who nmna"ed
tho wonderful trained stallions.
For a long lime their acquaintance was
routined to the few words exchanged as she
entered and left the ring; but by nnd by
notes were also exchanged, nnd gradually
lengthened into letters, and finally one.
evening she left tho arena midst shouts of
applause, Carl hamled her a note in which
In; begged her to marry him, and if sho wast
willing, to wear a red rose in her huir tho
next evening. !
This was in Chicago a year ago lust .Tulyj
and those who saw her will remember Kitty
on this eventful evening, her fleecy skirts of
wniio larician wero loopcu with great
cmnsou roses, on nor wniio ijcck lay
another, and very eoquettishly over hor left
car was caught a glowing jacqiieniot. Even
a Dasiuui young man would have licon en
couraged by this liberal resjwnso to tho re
quest, nnd Larl no sooner mado his hand
some stallions waltz around for the last
tune then lie rushed into the green room to
speak one word with his lady-lovo. As ill-
luck would have it, Papa Stokes saw them
talking, and, without nny more ado, walked
up and struck the young trainer in tho
mouth, whereupon Kitty, in ti manner that
would do credit to a tragedy "star," snran"
l.,...... .!....,. Vilj. .:i 1
1.1 imi.ii mi-ill, i ijfing, -niriKK me, papa,
out nun i siriKC mm.
This betrayed how far matters had gone,
and the enraged managerial parent strodn
out ami got a pistol. When he returned ho
held it to Carl face to smell of, ami sworo
that it he ever looked at Kitty again, much
less speak to Iier, he would shoot hi in down
like a dog.
The resu't of that tete-a-tete was that the
young couple were never seen to exchange
another glance, but notwithstanding when
:hey reached Pittsburg, and Mr. Stokes was
called away on business, they left the tent
one evening, went quietly to a minister's,
ami were married. This present season
they have both been with Rarnum, under
their old names, and Mrs. Kitty looks as
lappy on horseback as Miss Kitty used to.
The k.U-se notions exist in theYiiiids of
many otherwise intelligent people as to the
requirements of a disordered stomaeh or
liver, lhe swallowing of nauseous and
powerful drugs is tho wav to encourage.
nor to cure dyspepsia and liver complaint.
c.iu a uousu illicit or ot lerwisi. i isnr.
dercd condition of the bowels lie remedied
by a similar treatment. That agreeable
and thorough stomachic and aperient, Hos-
tetters Jitters, winch is the re
verse of unpleasant, and never produces vi
olent effects, is far preferable to medicines
ot tho class referred to. It inttises new
. o-io i.iiiui" iinvsiioie, sneers tile
mind while it strengthens theliody, and in
stitutes a complete reform iii the action of
the disordered stomach, bowels or liver.
! Appetite and sleep are both promoted, titer-
j me and kidney uileclions are greatly hene
iiiteu oy us use. it is indeeil a compre
hensive and meritorious preparation, free
from dnnvbi'.cksf any kind.
I). M.mnKw.fn.N, ol Nemaha Co., Kan
sas, nays of the IV-rfecteil llutter Color, of
Wl'lls- lHehurdon & Co., Uurlington, Vt.:
" c "a.vc US(-'' 0,,10r prcp,arationn but none
so good. Our neighbors who neglect to
color, sell for a lew cents less." Testimo
nials like this are worth something.
gALE OK VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
Piililir notice i hereby t'lveu tlml the urnVr
slznot MhiMit Ib Chancery for Alexander I'miiitv.
In pursuance of a decree of the Alexander futility
ircmt Court, i iitired on the itli day of iktoli.-r,
1S!'. will oner for mI at piililir ata lion to lhe
tiiEiict tiiddcr on Saturday. Ibe l.'itli day of Novem
ber, I'd. three lot in the Citv of Cairo, lilinolf.
deriled as follow, to wit: Lots numbered 17
and 18 in lllock one. and Lots :w in Work M. ttccord-
Iiir to ih. oriKitml ilul ot h1(1 i itv. Lot V, on the
corner of Fourth and Levee n'ri-eiV and lot is ti. the
adjoining' lot ou l.evee M r--t. Lot :i'i 'non'.ih
sireei ami u.i upon It a good fruiite dwtiliiiL'.
lhe rule will heu'in nt 1 o'clock ii m. at lot :i!i
aim win neirin at nit ir and is at o elm k p. m.
Tcrnm: Oue-hulf curb, and the other l-ii r.Mv.
able in twelve monthe from day nf side; j)urcbi-r
itiui; uoie aecireu l ifiim iuoni.'iiLfe
JoliS X HKF.VK.
"nrt-r in Ch incry Alexander Coui.:y, llilnui-.
tiUEEX A l.ILBEh'i". Soiiciturn.
tinted Cairo, Illinoin. Uctolier ;;rd. ;.
!'. E. liny. Kxecutnr ofEstule '
of Ii. 0. Hay, deicuKtd. ' Petition to f llland
v i to tiay dcblf.
Elizabeth Hay, et al. J
liy virtue ofa decree of the county court of White
county, J ilnioic. rendered in the nbove entitled
cause, at the iien-mher term. 17;. ef null' court ; I
shall proci-i-d at the i.uor of the tout t house, in
I. ulro. lllitiK.F. on
TIU'Ii-DAY, OCTOBER :fiTII. Ist'i,
Ili twei n the hours of Id o'clock u. m . mid s o'clock
ni.. oi sum mo. Ki miiT lor wo at iun;ir inc.
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i;'--vini-u mtii tmuu rnunieil III I lit.- rii' tu , ;ri,
Alexander c.uttnty and etntcof llllnoln. to c:itliV
fin Id decree: Lot No. 7,llock No. -.'7. Hret Addi
tion to the city of Cairo.
I HUM" or' Sai.i::-' he Hiiid lot will 1 e fold on n
credit of iox nnd twelve montliH. ennui paymcntc
The purchaser w ill he required to civ rmti'i with
approved personal Hcrurltv totrcther uiils a niort-
eune on the prendre to secure the purchac ninrcy.
a viuuuuiii aim cicsiratiie two-tory htiMiii-
hiiu-e nnd residence is situnled on ibis lot, Iront
ii:L'on Commercial uod coiner of Twei.tv eighth
The rule will take place nt 1 o' lock p. ni.
F. E. HAY, Executor.
1). li. HAY. Deceu'i'd.
JNO.M. (' I1E11S, Attorney,
The Great Medicinal Food.
he Snl vntnr Ferluvalldfi and tho Afed. An In
loniparnbln Alluient forthelirowth and Protec
tion of Inl'iuitK nnd Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Fevers, und u
licHnblc Remedial Au'ent in all Discuses of tho
Stomal h and Intestines.
riMUS Itisllv celebrated Diktktio I'iiki'AIUTIoN Is.
J In comporlllon, principiilly the (m:t:n derived
from the Wiiitk Wintkii Flint wiikat Ckueai., a
solid extract, the Invention of ao eniluent Chemist,
It ha not only been highly recommended, mil cer
tified to by a larito number of Chemists and I'hysl
rimm reiiresentlmr n very h lull deereu of inedlcnl
science as Hie Surest, Most Aceeplitbln and it,ie
bio FimmI for tbeOrowth and Prutectlon of Infants
nnd Children, and Tor Mother incKing uuniclen
X.,tirlshnlllt lor their nM'slirlllir.
I'nllku those ireinratlons miido from animal or
vinous mutter, which are iiniiiu i hiiiiuiiiiih tno
brain and Initiite tint dh-estlvu oikiiiih, it enibnic.is
i., li. ulritnciitiirv cuiiitifisltton
That which makes siriing Mono anil Muscle. 'Jhnt
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W niCU Illllivv:!. u.iiiu rit nii ni... ii. nn li in
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kind and friendly to the Urtiln, and Unit which nctsa
u preventive of thosu IntesllnuHllsiirdero Inciden
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And, while II would be dlftktilt tn concclveof nny
thlna lu Food or UKsert more creamy and delicious,
or more nourlshlnc and utrcnttl heiilno; as an ali
ment In Fever". I'm nary Complaints, Dyspepsia
nnd Uetieral Debility, Its Kakk MianeiNAf, Exem
i.KNtB In nil Intkhtinau Diskaskk, espccliillylu
Djsenterv, Chronic Illan ha a rihI rimlertt Infiin-
Has been liicoutestably Froven.
Hold Wholesiilu und
PRINCIl'AL C1T1F.8 of Iho UNITED 8TATB8.
JOUS CARLB A SONS. NEW YORK,
Stokes, a unlicate, lender-looking girl
with large, brown eyes and masse of wavy
brown hair; sho usually wore white, with a
long white ostrich plume in her huir. hnt
"St. TEKIuK NUTRITION THE Lil-'l..
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' EABCLAY RROTHKRm .
CO A LINE 0
THE EIECTMC CLEANSE!.-
XO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSK-CI J wimr
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CT yvti uv
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.... v.,u..,H i varnisncu Muiuccs. Window r:iu
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machine. Fur,,!,,,
011 USE AS A DISINFECT.
Anything Soiled bv OIL or
t. .ui-jH.or iy jju-t
WITHOUT SOAP Ol? WAni
To AVlm'i.kn c
..ins. tVaiY-1 have n.cd Celine in tny famiiy and Cd it a!) ,he .VuR,fa,.,.f.
rtln,y superior to soap as .cleanser and much , ,
i-li.im f.n It. Itisr
. without Injurhij: Uie
o lua.s sores and chsttm-rf iamU r....inv
--- nirjunnuiiy yours,
WILLIAM S. EVERETT. 1 II CottSe (.rove Aie.,CL!c,
To Tin: IVrniN Cause Co-Ve have Wt, ..sin,. In our family -Coallne." , ,,. r."
iu this ciiv,
und ftnd it one of the nioft m. fiil o.i
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.u..u,,v, ii,au:i. BiaM. (liver. Inkiiij;
iinr.MjoKjimi. Lverv fi.uiily sLonkt have . Tie
body.- Chic-. '.-o, May '.'d, isr;.
tf'lS THE ONLY Wasl.li
.' article al a low figure competing with
l't .. F..ti i . . , . .
ut '""owinc tcsiiinoiiian lr in person with
cuiine m us ,rtie pos m,,,, before the public. It is
i nave us, u cotiliuc in my hou. It saves labor
be without It - Cinttalia, Ilia Aucust lfeh. mr-i
lunuroaiineio v nil that s claltttd for
Nf.!. I). UAI.EY.
1 have used e...llt loclean bead rls of ene.ii.cr. wheie the ,!!rt ir Lard. ,.. ,1 r,l u .
will, concentrated lye. I found coallne do the
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- ... . v.. nulla, li,, .HIliSL IV 11. IS.--.
All lwdlnj jrroicrs will talc it
at all time, obtainable at
Helt,ls of IVniilh s Mill fall ami Ctt a SumiJo, Free for Trial, at our Slyit,
a l i
We Desire to call Your atteiitieu In Our
"WHICH IS X(JW ( ILG KXT(J (.JtN'EI'AL 1E.
WAiiM:irs i'atjt i;scatk on
XO MOKE CVLINDKK
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam
a great savin-,' of fuel is effected. The Valve
open when exhausting the engino is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valvo will pay
short time, and will lust over ten years.
1-iTStato anil County Rights for Sale.
OF TILE WORLD!
I CO A LINE
BATO, AO, AC.
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nnv. .... V.."" "U1 tiJuils
MKlNKl.K A SMALL tyl'ANTITY IV lllB
" JO iiE MblM-LCTl-ll
GKKASK.by nit.H 01. r
oi anj- ldnd.it will clean
colors. ,t c,, the ta,'.
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..! - ..! milll V UPHH IklVKV., .. I
'iird of. Fur
trease spots out
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ot clothing ui:d rarnets. etc . , i- i, t.
pri. e In o low as to briiiR it within lhe r-u. h ol v.,
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nt iutii. aiiu Mr r v inv ci, ni..i i . .
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in i',uik, and ttrictlv for ni.h.
staple fW,l. like Soan
whom many InCalio.r.l vi, i
linlty lire acqna'tti ,
a --ood thine, and shlu
uld be generally Lrnl:
es clothes, rd Is Inexpensive. w.
MRS. JAMES .VcFAIL
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reriujiy recommend it -Centraiia. I.
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o,k fully ell .. -,.,..., h '
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mli.s., t untom 1'aiut Shop, I. c. ;. R.
ji, imr (.uru tiii rs in a few day. It Ir tow
( i lid1 Kijrlitli i"t.
and Washiticton Avei.rie,
HEADS DJ10KEN OUT.
Engines to the use of thin Valve, by which
being closed on the admission of steam anil
not working, us the Valves aro then kept
its price in the saving of fuel in a very
Apply at this Offlco for TurticularB. ' '