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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATUliDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER 23, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COTTNiTY.
K. A. Burnett,
AN NOl' NCF..M EXTS.
pOR ASSESSOR A?"D TREASURER.
We arc amhorl.ed to nutouncc Georue W.
fiAKftoxsaa a cundUIate for election to tho office
of AffesforaudTreuHuer of Alexander County at
the approaching November election.
We .ire authorized to nnnnur.ee that Miles W.
Parker, in a candidate, at the eir.insj November
election for tho o'.hce of County Insurer.
We are authcriKC-d to announce the name of .1, A
Ji. Uiisrs us a candidate for County Cotnmicsiouer
or Alexander county at the enemn? November elec
Colorado, though quite a young State, is
'spunky," has "sand in her craw,'' "owns a
stiff spinal column," etc., and has told L'n
cleSam to his face that, if this is a Nation, she
expects the Nation U remove the Indians,
. every mother's son of 'em, out of Colorado;
otherwise, she will assert her State rights
and go for the red-skius on her own account.
A dispatch from Denver to the commis
sioner of Indian affairs, affirms that the
Governor and ail the leading ctizeus unani
mously swear that the Indians must be re
moved from the State or exterminated by
the State, if not by the Federal forces.
Confidence, they say, can never be restored,
on 1 it is only a question whether the result
bv attained at once or by slow and tedious
It is not to ha denied that Senator Bay
tird's presidential chances are looking up.
It is true, as the New Orleans Times
remark?, that the result in Ohio has shelved
Thurman. It is scarcely less undeniable
that the result in New York will quite as
effectively shelve Tilden. All this achieved
Mr. Bayard's friends are no doubt right in
thinking that Mr. B., with his hard money
views is bound to come to the front. Act
ing under this conviction they are preparing
to give him a fitting reception on his arrival
fr ra Europe. It is announced that he will
lcuve Southampton on the twenty-sixth of the
present month. He will therefore reach New
York sometime in the first week of No
vombcr. As far as the South is concerned
Senator Bayard is tho most acceptable man
that has yet been named for the presidency
Hi is not tho favorite in the Northwest, but
be would doubtless poll tho full Demo-
cratip vote. His nomlnatrnn, however,
would enforce tho nomination of a Green
back candidate, who would win the sup
port of Democratic-Qreenbackers. The
Jlepublican-Grceubackers, ns u matter of
course, would support the Republican nom
inee. Everybody recollects the blue-glass
craze scores of windows in Cairo testify
U this day tbat the people residing withiu
know all about it. AVell, a new craze is on
tho tapis. While wo sleep wo lose an im
mense amount of electricity, and we can't
afford to lose the minutest Hash of it. Glas
covers for beds keep it all in. Munn, the
scientist, says, the cover not only confines
the electricity, but is a never failing cure
for rheumatism, insomnia, salt rhmim, corns,
old buniouH, Hprn'ms, consumption, general
debility, dyspepsia, cold, neuralgic pains,
cholera, mnlnrjal fevers, ngvn', hoic throat,
ingrowing nails, distemper, cracked hoof,
, bronchitis, usthnia, saddle gulls, Hcratehes,
heaves and hydrophobia.- Dig tiling, of
course. And Mr. Munn says: "Try it
Why, of course, try it. Buy a set right
nway for every bd in your house. Go right
long and do it: It somo man should say
that a liose fehou carried in each hand
would cure dyspepsia, every man in Amen
ca would g around looking, like a
boy tniiig to raise his circiu money, until
tho next craze chuio along, Oh, yes, you'll
try it. Anil about Huh time next year, you'll
. .. i
I lie about it, mm say you never mm unu
of the tiling hi your House, we Know you.
a Tin: ew loiK Jicnun, never piuuai lu
i . .!.., 4
I .1... TV..,..,.,.-.,i;,. nnrtv rnn nf HllN'. d(!nl
justly with both parties. Iu dealing with
the outcry about the oppressed ami sadly
bull-iloeil negro ot tho South it very
sensibly concludes that if tho negroes wcro
really iu the sad condition in which it
pleases somo of our Northern politicians t.)
represent them, if they were murdered, op
pressed, robbed and cheated everywhere, it
is not possiblo that they would produce
n,w a o1Cil,cr cotton crop man me largest
under slavery; that tho crop should be in
creasing steadily year by year, and that, be
sides the cotton, they should produce, also,
as they do, a larger amount than ever ie-
fore of their own food supplies. Northern
pure, arc lull of complaints of Northern
and white laborers wlio are also wrongedi
often in ways which it is difficult to prevent,
and the ignorance, and, more than that,
the wasteful and unthrifty habits of the
.Southern negro expose him peculiarly to
become the prey -of sharpers. Uut, in the
face of tho immense and continually and
steadily increasing cotton crop, it is non
sense to assert that there is general terror
ism, oppressions or cheating ol the blacks.
We advise tho Republicans to give up that
point in their argirment. Hut we advise
the Southern whites, also, to pass laws for
the moic stringent protection of the black
laborers against men who cheat them out
of their earnings. If they neglect that,
they may some day see a real exodus of
the blacks; which would be a very em
barrasing event for them.
A New York case of love and suicide in
low life, divested of all its tedious details,
sub-beads and exclamation points, appears
in this shape : A Jew, thirty-five years old,
dirty and unkempt, a produce merchant who
peddled raddishes.from door to door; and a
shoemaker's wife; old, wriukled, toothless
and otherwise free from those charms which
contribute to female loveliness, were the
parties. The shoemaker's wife had just
completed hir morning household duties
and satsumiing herself on the stoop of her
humble residence The Jew commenced his
demonstrations by asking aud making signs
indicative of a desire to open a flirtation.
The shoemaker's wife, being in poor health
nuil having already tour lovely babes and
a most devoted husband, looked upon this
attack upon her virtue with honest indigna
tion. She retired within the sacred portals
of her h ne. These manifestations of dis
pleasure were not suflicicnt, however, to
cool the ardor of the enamored Jew. Day
after day he lingered long around the spot
where dwelt the object of his affections.
On lat Thur-sdav he noticed that she was
alone in her husband's shop. He quickly
entered and asked her to marry him. She
told him that she was already married.
He then begged her to elope with him,
telling her that he could not live
without her. As she did not care partial
larly whether he lived or not, she declined
this loving, but not very promising proposi
tion. The Jew became more urgent, and
threatened to put an immediate end to Ids
existence unless she would share his bed
and board, h'n' joys and his sorrows. She
peremptorily refused, ami then the Jew,
quick as thought, seized a keen-edged
knife from the shoemaker's bench, and cut
a d'.'op gash in his throat. The woman, in
terror, tied into the street screaming "mur
der'.'' "police!'' and other words calculated
to arouse a peaceful and law-
abiding neighborhood. The Jew, alter
giving his throat another cut, followed ber,
the blood spurting freely from his wounds
at every step. The shoemaker, at this
stage of the tragedy, r.ppeared upon the
scene, ar.d, excited by his wife's cries, drew
a knife and started in pursuit of her pursuer.
His aid was not needed, however. The
Jew, weakened by thu loss of blood, fell to
the pavement, was quickly carried to the
hospital by tho police. The shoemaker'e
wife returned to the bosom of her family,
and Is now vainly trying to discover w hat
charm it is that she possesses that excited
so violent a love in the biom of tho ven
dor of radishes.
Tin-; kai.sk notions exist iu the minds of
many otherwise intelligent people as to tin.
requirements of a disordered stomach or
liver. I ho swallowing of nauseous and
powerful drugs js the wfty to encourage,
nono emu uyniejihiii iinu nvor complaint
Nor can a constipated or otherwise disor
tiered condition of the bowels be remeiliei
by a similar treatment. That agreeable
nun uioiuiiii BMiiiiiieiuc mm iijierient, JloS'
leuiTii ismcra, which m ii,u rp,
verse ot unpleasant, and never nrodiirea vl.
olont effects, is fur preferable to medicines
oi tno class reierred to. It infuses new
viizor into a failing physique, cheer the
mind whlhvit strcniitheim the body, and in
m Utiles n complete reform iu the action of
the disordered stomach, bowels or liver
AppetituHiid sleep nrc both promoted, uter
ine and klduey affections aro greatly bene,
fitted by Us use. It is indeed a compre
hensive slid meritorious preparation, free
Irom drawbacks of wiy kind.
THE SCHOOL CHAM MING SYSTEM.
It is somewhat surprising to hour of
teachers aud principals of schools criticising
adversely the tendency to cram tno brains
of small nunils. not only with nonsense
which will do them no good cither in this
world or the next, but with such variety
that only a mere smattering of a number
e ..... i! . ! : 1 ... ..I. :....! . 1 1
Ul BUKHCS is JliiHeu, iiiiu iiuiiiuig is leiirucu
thoroughly. Yet it is a fact that m insti
tutesVf teachers and in boards of educa
tion, in many localities, this subject is at
last taken up in an apparently earnest man
ner. At first thought-it must seem rather re
markable that principals aud teachers are
tho objectors. Most people aro impressed
with the belief that these aro the very per
sons to blame for the- introduction and
progress ot the cramming system. Their
time, or a certain number of bours of it,
mustlbe devoted to public instruction. To
give all this time to studies which arc of
the highest practical benefit to the child,
such as reading and spelling, and those sim
ple mental exercises which will form good
groundwork for the greater tasks to come,
would bo too monotonous and would lack
show. So the useful is displaced for the
ornamental, and the ornamental is given a
variety of shapes, and the parents or iruar.
dians do not object, because they like to
have their children make a display of things
more snowy man reading ami spelling,
leaeliers, too, are anxious that their pupils
snail nniKe a display in too presence of vis
itors, for the song, and tho drawing, and
the military drill, and tho cab'stenic exer
cises are Jar more likely to please the eye
than rcadyjg, spelling, or infantile attempts
)o speak especially of the primary
schools. In babyhood, and on to that time
when young men and women can judge for
themselves of the quality and quantity of
their work, the system of cramming is
put into practice, but it is more injurious,
iu the primary than in any other depart
ment of the public schools. We believe,
however, if the source which inspires this
undue multiplication of useless studies
could be discovered, it would be found els
where than among the teachers. Teach
ers us a class aro intelligent, and under
stand the wants and capacities of their
pupils at any age. As a cia?s they are con
scientious and desire to be of the highest
possible benefit to the children. Therefore,
the public uuist look elsewhere tor the
source of the evil, and thty will probably
find it in the fact that hoards of educa
tion, whose duty it is to decide regarding
text books, are, lor some unexplainable
reason, extremely snccptiblo to the
blandishments of publishing house agents.
Not content with republishim; and im
proving works which belong to the do
main tjf standard studies, 'these hutises
are constantly inventing i.ew tangled
things to tbist upon the schools. Yoluole
agents are employed to push tht in. political
influence is invoked, the new leatures are
introduced: the teachers must necessarily do
their best with them, and the minds of the
children sutler, are dissipated and ruined
by the variety of .strange and dis
tracting stuff with which thev aio fed.
Aiit i.i:it HEAiM'ANTiivMAX. The Jes-e
Hoyt, a famous New York steamlxiut, used
to have fur head-pantryman a bent und crip
pled darkey, whose face was us full of
humor as his form was of kinks and knobs.
His name was KoUrt Smith, and his malady
was chronic rheumatism. He tried Giles'
Liniment Iodide Ammonia for a week of
the present winter, and next season intends
to astonish his old acquaintances on the
llovt by Ins appearance :rs a sound man.
Giles' I'ills cures Erysipelas, hold by. all
linguists, heud lor pamphlet. Dr. Giles,
120 West Iiroadwav. N. Y. Barclay 1'ros.,
Agents. Trial size 21 cents.
AWFUL OITKAGE 15Y NIlGllOES.
MX BLACK FIENDS SHOT T1IEOWNEUOK A
FI.AT-I10AT. AND KAVlslI HIS WIFE IN TIIK
rULSL.NCE OF HEIt LITTLE CiniXiKEX.
A dispatch from Memphis, dated Tues
day last gives the details of the most fiend
ish outrage ever perpetrated on the Missis
sippi river. The dispatch says:
As tho steamer 0. . 1'ierce was on. her
way down the river last Saturday night
near Montgomery landing, Ark., some eigh
teen miles below here, loud cries of mur
der and calls for help were heard from a
pair of flat-boats apparently adrift in the
river. The Pierce rounded to, ran alongside
of the boats ami found a poor woman named
Johnson in a pitiable condition, her three
children, the eldest about five years old
and the youngest at the breast, huddling
around and sympathizing with t lie injured
woman, who had just hecn lavished by six
brutal and yillunous negroes. Tin; scoun
drels Had .first shot the woman's husband.
three buckshot having struck the back of
his hind anil stunning him. Thinking
they ha'd killed their victim, they com
pleted their work of deviltry, .plun
dered the boat, cut her adrift and wenj
ashore, leaving the supposed dead man on
the river bank. Among the articles curried
off by the scoundrels was a shot gun and
12 in money. Captain Washon, of tho
Pierce, sent for the wounded man, took the
boats and loft them at Lawhorn's landing
some distance further dow n. A number of
people in the vicinity had .interested them
selves in thematter.aud wercjat Iast.-rccoiirits.
endeavoring to find a trac of th perpetra
tors of the diabolical net. Tho six negroes
were seen from the approaching steamer
umking their way to shore from the flats, in
a skiff with the wounded man. The sym
pathy of all on board of the Pierce was
aroused at the wretched plight of Mrs.
Johnson, whose condition was extremely
critical when the boat left her. It is to be
hoped that the villains will be hunted
JJotniEvriiii guarantee of the excellence
of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup could bo fur
nished than that it is recommended by all
the leading Druggists.
D.Mattiii,wson, ot Nemaha Co., Kan
sus, says of the Perfected liutter Color, of
Wells, Richardson it Co., Durlington, Vt.!
"We have used other preparations but none
so good. Our neighbors who neglect to
color, sell for a few cents less." Testimo
nials like this are worth something.
CA IE Of VALUABLE City LOTS.
William Tivoed Pnrker.vo. Mary Linker, William
Linker, Dyaa T. Parker, elala.
Pillillc notice la huieby tflveii that tho under
Miirnerl Macter Iu Ctiiinrirv 1'nr Alixunriir rnum..
Ill iuriiancn of a decree of the Alexander County
Circuit court, entered on tliu -Itli day of OctobV
is;. will olUr for aalu at puldlo auction tothu
uiK" "l " "uuirwiy, iuu Mill ony oi .-oveni
liet. IsViMlireo lota Iu tho City of Cairo, Illli:i
described ua follow; to-wii: Lou numbered 17
ami id in diui'k uiiu, ami i.oi .iv iu uiock M, accord
In'' to the orluiual ului ol ill i ll v. l.nt 1- !.,., .v,..
i-nriiiTof Fourth and Levee i'.reets.and lot IS la tl,e
aiijoiiiuiK ioi on j.eveo mreei. i.oi ,ni a ou ,ih
tureei aim oim upon li a ")ii iraine uu'clllng.
The sale will begin at 1 o'clock J), m. at lot :it
mid uill heitiu at Iota IT and IS at -jo clock p. m.
Terms: llno linir cali. mid Die otlu Imlf
aide it twelve month from day of cule; purchaser
Living nun- ei'turcii oy iniii nioii'.'iiL'e
JOHN A HEEVE,
Maler In Ch-meerv Alexander County, UliuoU.
til.'KE.N Atill.HEItT. tstdU.it.im.
Pated Cairo, Illinois, October filrd, lKtl).
V. E. Hiiv. Executor of Estate 1
. ol 1). O. ilay. deceased. I Petition to .!! lnud
v I to pay dehte.
Elizabeth Hay. eta!. f
Hr lirttie of ilerri-f of I lie couutv nmrt of White
county, Illinois, reudi-nd ill the above entitled
cau-e. at the Dcci-niber trim, is, 7. ol said court:. I
fhall proceed at the door of tho court hnune. !n
lKirn, iiiinoix. on
TlinisDAV, (i( T01SEH Mil. II-Id,
Ililwoen the houii' of in o'clock a. m. and .loViock
p. in., ol aid day, to oiler lor sale at public uuc
lion. to thehL'hest and best bidder, the follow fne
described real estate, fiiualed in the ltv ol Cairo,
Alexander county mid state i f Iiliuoi. to musty
Mild decree: I.o; No. 7, lllock No. 1',. F:il Addi
tion to the citv ol' Cairo.
i riois ok s-.m.k: i in- saw lot win im sola on a
credit of six and tw elve inimlhs. renal payment
The purchaser w ill be required t" i'lvc notes with
approved personal security tonctbcr with a inert-
KU.-e on tne premises to secure me uurcliate money
A valuable and d-siialile two-torv tnisim-
house und residence Is situated mi this lot, front
limoti Commercial and corner of Twenty elehth
The sale will tnke piacejlt 1 o'clock p m.
V. E. II AY. Executor.
D. li. HAY, Krxascd.
JNO. M. I'll Kits. Attorney.
'roTHE VOTE US OK ALEXANDEU COl'NTY,
To place the iiuestionof votinc for or ae-iin-t the
additional county tax. at the ensuing election.
plainly and (airly before the voters and taxpayers of
the county as possible, the County hoard desire to
in.ike puiiiicanou or the following:
First. The law iu relation to nibmiltiu; the
iiuestion of additional county tax. Is conn.iind in
-ectioti JT. chupier 'M, Kevised Statutes. I,s..s; i,
p;i'e ijis-. to which vour attention if dirccled.
N-ciind. The order ol the County U:.rd pa-ed
al its last (Sepieinheri trion s'ubuiittiicj raid
iiuestion rends aa follows:
"Whcrea". TUe i utility Uo-inl dents :t r.cccs:iry
to assess und levy ipxe the a.-LTe'.'it.- ol which
shall cxriedtho mu-of 15c ou the gpw taiuatioti
of the property wilUin the coi.ntv. and
r.crcas. .said Hoard has ascertained and does
hereby ftu out thakthe rate of i,ch addilioiihl tax
required is i cents on :te J lm valuation, lor each
of the years Is?,', ism und 11
1 hen-fore it is ordered, tlmt the ite:iou of as--siiit'iiud
levy in !. 4d additional tu oi .Ui eel. Is on
the J inivalu.it ion of property with in I he count v, n,l
.Sect totiuaiitm fnrthe yi-aris;'.l. Issjand lssl.be sub
luittcd ton io:e of t:;e people of said couutv. at the
lie-;' elietlon lor count v ofhVT after the Mate hereof,
a mi that the County i ierk. ill his eiection notice for
said "lection, five r.olict-of such stibnessoiii in
manner aud form aa provtii, d in section -.'7, chapter
"I. Keviseil Mntii!i of l;4.of the State of Illinois.
It is flirt her ordered ny the lluurd. that the pur
pose for w hich saiil additional tnx will he re,tilrcd.
b the establishment, roudruction aud iuiprmeruent
ofa Public Moad. above ordinaiy iii-h wa'er.com
meiiclui: at the city limits of the City of Cairo, and
runiiini: theme by'tlie m..st desirable and econom
ical route to a point at or near the junction of hat
Is knonn as the linosc Island and Cairo aud .lorn s
boro roads, and thence up and ilmijr said roads re
spectively. throtiL-h tne county, ano for tiie L'enera!
itnprovuiiient of all Public' Ifoads aud Drill tea
throughout the ((Oinly, with the object of conncct
ini I y good reads the county sent -.villi all paru of
the county curinc all portiotm of the year. '
Third. "lnainiieh s the tax would "he an addi
tional roi.nty tax. it would have to be extended the
same as the reu-u'ar county tax upon all tno prop
erty withiu the whole county. Kor the year s;:i.
the follow in;: statement will show the amount that
would lie paid by Ihe property in the w hole county,
with ih portion p7M n' property within tin
citv of Cairo, and the portion payabb- on property
in the county oulside of the cin of Cairo.
The etUalled valuation of the property
In the whdu County subject to taxation
for the yearlSV is fl.M5.J6)
Hivided aa to city and country as fid-
Property w ithin the Citv of Cairo fl .:"! .-4.VJ
Property in county outsiii ol toe city i l
Total as above. I.M'i.Jul
Fifty cents additional tax'' on that wilim
tion would yield a total tax of '.'.J-.'6 :il
Of whim the property within the City of
eairo wotiiu pay . ti.;,.; i,
( Iteini; .'yi cents on the fcluo ou 1.C,1.-
4Vt. amount of taxable property iu
city aa above)
And tliu property in the County, outside ,
me i iiy oi i aim. wriuiii pay J.-.toli ej
iBetnir W cents on Ihe flofj'on JKCJ.slO,
amount taxable property iu county
outside City of Cairo )
Kor the vears 1HNI and IsM. the exact fl--ure can
not. of course, be iven until the assessment lo
tho-e yehrs are made, but there would probably be
but llttic change from the present year.
cry respecin:i:v, SA.MI hi. .1. Ill MM,
County Clerk Alexander County. Illinois.
".'PEItlOU M'THITION THE LIKE.'
The (ircat Metliciiial Food.
!,c- Snl vntor Pc-r Invalids and tho Aed. An hi
comparable Aliment lor the Growth aud Pnn.x
tton of liil'untH and Children. A Superior
Nuirlii" in Continued Fevers, and a
llvliubln lieniedlal Ac'-nt iu all Idscases of the
Moniai h and Intestines.
'PUIS Justly celebrated DiKTf.Tie Pnm'.MUTtos Is,
-L i composition, principally Ihe i.u tkn derived
from the White Wjntkii Vi.ist Whkat Ckiikai.. a
solid exlrait. the inveutinn of an i niinenthemlst
It is not only lieen liii'hly recomiiieniieii, ,nt cer
tilled to by i. lur.'e number of Chetnlsls und I'hvsl-clanarepi-sentimj
a very hleh deirree of tnedleal
m ietic.e -a - the Sulcst. Most Acceptable mid H.l.:i(
Me Food for thetirowth and Protection of Infants
and children, and for .Mothera hickiuif buftli ieu 4
.N.iurlstii'ieni tor tneir oiisprinu
I'tillke thoae preparations nia'de from aulianl or
vinous niatfr. which are liahlo to stimulate the
bruin and irritate the digestive organs, It enibri.es
In its elementary composition
That which miikes stronit Hone and Muscle. That,
which makes eood Flesh and Hlood. That which ts
easy of Dlnestion-iievcr constipating. That w hich Is
kind and friendly lo the llraln, and that which aclsas
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders inciden
tal to Chlldhooir. .
And, while it would be dilllcult to eoncelvcof any
thlnit In Food or liesert more creamy and delicious,
or more nourishing and atrcnirthcnliu? as an ali
ment In Fevers, pnltnoiiarv Comiilalnts, Dyspepsia
andtieneral Debility. its.(AHii Mkihcinal Kx ki
llnlk in all Intestinal Dihkahks, especially 1b
Dysentf rv, Chronic Dlarrhrra ami Cholera Infitn
Haa been Inconteatably Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
ft nun ii cists ami ?m
DKL'O GISTS A.N II f M
IK Till NK
PKINCIPAL CITIES of tho UNITED STATES.
JOHN CARLE HONS. NEW VOIlK,
Variety Bracket Store,
Ctininicri-lHl Avcuuo Corner Ninth, street.
CAIUO, i ILLINOIS
CO A LINK
THE ELECTJilC CLEANSE!!. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL HOUSE.CLEAXIX(r
rUKPOSKS, FOR WASHING CLOTH
FOR THE RATH, &C.t &C.
For Cleaning l'aint. Varnishe.l .Surfaces, Win.low lllass, Mirrors, Col.l FrflIllC,
MarMe, I'ianes Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Clothf, Silver Ware, Show CVes.lii,. ,'
Cut Class. CIoIh.s Gas Fixtures; II. moves riuh ,.I;,1 Titr lV.-m tho'IInmis or cic
readily, Ac., ifcc. " "
FOR I'SK AS A 1USLWTAXT H,Ji,KiOT''
Anytliintr Soiled bv OlIov OKKASK.by VUvs or IVn
cil Mavk.snp by Dii-t ,,1'any kind, it vill voun
WITHOUT SOAR OH WATKR,
T.. W.:srs,;s Co.m,nE (; ii-anv- I l.ave used Coallr.e in my f,wly a,-,: ftd it a'l the y. ,
.'.atiulorit. I: is.-. nn.y superior to -oap,-.. a eleans. r and n.ncl, ,,,rc , conomlr.! . j, r, ,,,. (.'
um ' -'n"unu."iriUij tne texftre orc!iau-iuu'fat
fo.t. It -ii-o !:i-:i,s or" and chi.tme,! IihtoU reu.iitv
To Till: WrTKI.N Cow.WT. Co
AVe hne lweti a
in tliis city, and find il one of ,!,.. most useful ihin.s
wa.blt -2. rubb!r.c. .tardlit: silv-r. takiDS
it tin- no ,ii,s.: Kvrrv family shou:,! have It. Tl.e
IS THE O.NI.Y Wa.bl!:? (Vmpovtid sold
and villi. able arii.-l.-at a Jow f-:rc emit, - with
The f..;;o;rj testimonial (rem p.-iscns with
caline in It. t: Me portion before the puldlc. It is
Iliavei:.d nmliueli-my hot:.,-. It savca Itl
be without it Cerjtralia. LI., August 1-rh. 1S79.
IflLdcoalinctobe all tla-. Is c'.a'n.cd fur it.
yJ' 4 .
I have und ccaiine tor;,ar. head-lights of . t.ili.s, wfceic the dirt is hard. ned. and is n.tial'v c .-.
w ith cot.c.ntratK'. lye. I .'ct r.d coalit e o do tLi
i-s.-Ontralia.r.:., Autrrift lftb. 1ST".
.... o-j,.,.., sron-rnwii, L6e :u ai.o can si:j -p
be. at alif.rr.e. ol.taicU.lc at
IleaiN of Families. Mill (7.11 ami fit a Smp.iilc. Ywv lor Trial, at our Stores
; CAIRO, IJJ,
Addicts 1-4 0:? Cholcnn Avenue, St. Louis.
)Ve Riie to call Your attention to Our
".PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALYE'.
AVilK 11 IS NOW CUMING INTO (.INE1U1. 1E.
WAirKirs patknt icapk or
NO 3I0IIE CYLINDER
I cull tho attention of pioinictore of Stonm Kngincs to tlicjisc of this Valve, by which
arcut fmvitij; of fnol is tdTecti il. The Vuivi: clnsi-il ou the lulniisMon of Kteam uud
open when rxhiuistinjj, tho engine is not linlilo to gut out of line, as no water in ullowoil to
aectypmlute in the cylinder -the Valve ojtoiiing or shutting automatically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, as the Vulvcs aro then kept
open ly u spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price iu the Baving of fuel iu n 'i''''
short time, and will last over ten years.
J-ifStatc and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in person nt MOJ Choleaa
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE WOULD !
color.. H cl,.,n, ,bp
' hands and ..,n,;, u
S. KVKPKrr. Ill Cotia
iron- Ave .( hid .
- in? In our family "Coallne." i i, nni, :,..,.,,
for family use we have ever known ,.,,...,.; ,
?n-as,. .,.ot. out ..I clotl.inc and - arp.-ts rte
pri.e Is so low as to brim- It w.thlr. n, v. ......
iu i:..:k. and strictly tux cash. enin the V.i ... -
t-.i.:.. lit-.. .
whom nutty In Cairo JSl vlclt.ltv ire cu,.,i, .. ,
a pood thine, and should be L-nerallv ted-
orat.d as clothes, and is iu. vt.enslve I , ,
and ct.crftilly recommend It -Cetitrnlia 1 ''
mi t. iivi iv
wotk fully s well n..i..n .',,. .....
C. BILLS, For. man Paint shop. I . I: ::.
y ti., ir Lstciucr. Ir.tafiw .lavs. It i. nou r.
Corner F.iclith St.
ami Wusiiinjrtoii Avn t:t
- VA LVE
HEADS MOKEN OUT.