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OFFICIAL rAFKR OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
K. A. Hurnott,
AN XOi' MT.M EXTS.
OH ASSESSOR AND TREASURER.
i.e aro titthorlzeil to annonnco uiiitoi
summons as a candidate for election to tho oflico
of Assessor aud Treasurer of Alexander County at
:h approaching November election.
xTe w .nun r.ze.l to anuonnco that Mile W.
Piiike: a candidate, al tb-j ensuim: November
tticKtua ic tli-' utSce of County Treasurer.
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W-i are utrJicru-'ii t.) annocace the came of J. A.
M. iiuint :t!t a caadiiLite for i'ountv Commisitlnner
if .Ufiiaitt't funncy at th tfn?nin? November elec
:n. I.v"j:iu.t, dii! 5.r:at theittktil maaaji-r.
!ittn biiiiseht a t'oiiCTliji uiien.-at in th nee
t'.tir.nt! til! rJiii (")iii::tj .roi:!ii;y CTa' tor 4'
iiiin.. Hi; atiw vvjuitH to buy a ftO.ooi)
ran trouitlu ;t ff.tll River,. ?.ta9., n
iiuui, ttnd i'vri(it!!nly '.ittomyiia aivt rrnulii
it iutimidiition ;uui ahsimlts mi wurkmim,
hy rfrikcrR.. 'C!io pipl.arr vrf nuli!f
iiiiul at tiiu m:twn at' tim iiy aifluiulH, and
pmpaw to toko stills :nr riiuii bufter pin.
Woin.i) it nor Im woll Sir tins ininfuviaim
a' tint llliwitwippi. viiHtiy to ilt'.ttinnitui wliat
tin? I'ifi'.f.t will bit it tint iuicujiialattiil dltli or
'.'V.'n4 oi tle gnvit city of Omnqn is all
tavami in&T the 3I:Htiiippi riT'ir through th
rii;au mr and canaU Th a-wifttifss of
thj current give the nver great purifying
capacities ; but that it ii equal to the work of
disposing of the nastinaa ot Cliicago in ad
dition to that of St. Loui, is a matter that
Khould be detinitely Bettled. To the thous
ands who live upon the bunks of the stream
and use its waters, the question is one of
the highest concern.
Ouit two ' execntric contemporaries, the
Okolona States and Lemars Sentinel aro
Utus spoken of by our dignified Rcpubli
cn contemporary, the Pioneer Press: "Tho
wild ranting of tho Eetuars, Iowa, idiot is
not regarded at the South as a caricature of
public sentiment of tho North. Some re
spectable papers contain quotations from
bis paper and really believe that the wild
man of Lemars is the only man who has
the boldness to reflect tho rural opinion of
the North. Herein consists tho mischief of
such foolish papers, whether published in
Iowa or in Mississippi, and tlio fact that
one offset tho other does not help the
matter in tho least."
Ma. A. Dees, of East Pascagoula has in
vented a feU truck, which is intended for
the purpose of loading locomotives with
wood and coal. It consist of a truck run
ning on a four feet track laid at right nn
gles with the railroad. At the end of tho
track is a dumping box with a movable
front ' gate. Tho whole is moved by a
crank and cog-wheels, and the moment the
dump hag reached tho distance of four feet
from the end of tho track,' which is tho
epace calculated to be left open between the
tender and tho side track, tho gate opens
Mid tho wood and coal i dumped Into the
tender. Tlio machine cau bo workod by a
boy, and at a trial on the New Orleans &
Mobile R. R. two cords of wood were
dumped in a locomotive tender In 10 sec
onds. We understand that tho Mobile &
Ohio R. R. 1 about adopting this invention,
and placing a few machines at Meridian.
. It has been well laid that the war between
the Kentucky IJnderwoods and Holbrooks
in at an end, not because of any indispos!
tlon on the part of the urvlvor to keep it
, ap, but because there are no more Under
wood to kill. Jesso Underwood was killed
whilfl UtnndiDg i Ms' father's
frout door, a day or two ngo, by the IIol
Irook crowd, making four of the Under
wood who have been shot to death by tlio
Holbrooks within the last thrco months.
No one has been arrested or prosecuted tor
all these murders, and probably nothing
will bo dono towards bringing tlio mur
derer to justice A family feud has ex
isted between the Underwoods and Hol
brooks for many years, and their history is
marked by many deeds of violence and
bloodshed. They belong to a class that is
a curse to any community, and the killing
ot nil of the male members of ono of the
families will, perhaps, be regarded ns a
blessing by the people of the neighborhood
in which they lived.
Tub United States will never ai liieve its
mission until it absorbs tlio whole of both
livisionsof the American continent. South
America, divided np into fifteen or twenty
independent nations, is the scene ot contin
ual wars and convulsions, whereas, under
the benign rule of the great American Re
public it would soon become one of the
wealthiest and most prosperous portions of
the globe. Tlio Philadelphia Pres indi
cates the condition ol affairs on that part of
our unclaimed heritage, briefly as follows:
Chili, Peru and Bolivia continue their war
about a dreary desert and a lew mines of
saltpetre. Thus far there has been no bat
tle between the hind forces, as the Peruvian
nn.l Bolivian army has to tra
verse immense wastes and a moun
tain frontier to reach the northern
provinces of Chili. Ureal suffering would
be endured on such an expedition, ns w;.ter
is scarce and the country is for the most
part a solitude. Chili has ;i respectable
navy, but the Peruvian irou-clad 11'.: iscir
is such a formidable vessel thM -he not
only holds it in check but h.i sunk ".uc
vessels, burnt a few towns, and iariLwd
other disasters without injury to Iwrsi:'.;.
In the meantime, Peru is getting d..vrvr
and deeper into the financial luir?, i-s ;!r.'
millious on millions of papor tuo'ii-y r.rvi
drifting rapidly into hopeless Lualm;.':y.
Poverty -strik.'a Bolivia is-laying the four.
tioa of a great d .-ot and an itpprt.-si;ve tax
ation that will :aip;de Lit t":;ure pogrif
aj.J IjveI-jptn-.,at. II ;r once pr.;rous
rLiaEcia.Icija Iir.ioQL- blighted. Th l
ot5c.es of th-j L'sir.iiJ Sute tf kva re-
m:Ci!ii, and s!i. eoateadiai; purtu.'s w.vj. -.
rcrmiued d) i&t It o;t vrdx 'i.i.-vrv-:!.?
NO USE. ffORTHE NEUIio.
Taut tlertt!. rtrewpttrinif, siuolC'?-brarh:n;
Republican sheer, aJi Lem.ir Serlne.'.
puhliHiied iu slin incniviMy R.pnbL'cia Sr.ii
of fowi, i.4 -'I'sseiirlaHtr .fowa-
negro. ia utt.tor rsijuaij k.j ar.i- tn-vt
litt Ripn,-i(i'.!ia parry fnI bio it
wanr.rtd to u.s him. Rr ferric first t. the
mit'-h-talltiiii-aljont fvlr.4. t!e e.;;o:ve
Leman' man yvsi on in this way:
"Either the thii -k-wtt'ed idic? who
planned this most ridieutous exodus sup
ply the wants of the fl-.-eing darkies, or let
the niggers starve I If there wi only an
ounce of san 1 to a ton of nigger, he
would remain right in Louisuna or old Mis
sissippi, and maintain those rights in which
tho Republican puny invested him, or die
in bis tracks. Will not knives cut as deep,
bullets go ns swiltly und unerringly, fire
burn ns fiercely when set in motion by a
nigger as when directed by the white bar
barians who inhabit those regions.''
He is free let him maintain his freedom
as other people have done by force. Let
him burn, shoot, stab and vote.
A nigger's vote is as big ns anybody
else's If he sees to it. We have no earthly
use for tlie nigger in thu north ! We do not
need his vote nor his labor nor his society,
nor his presence in any conceivable shape.
Wo have no love for him, and unless he can
assert and maintain his right to vote in the
south, hisdestffiy is sealed.
1 ho trouble with tho nigger is that his
freedom was given him, tho franchise con
ferred ou him. Ho seems to have no more
conception of their valuo than a fynith Sea
Islander, and is eternally begging for pro
tection or for brend-nnd butter."
Tho Sentinel appears to be the only
journal in the northern states that hns the
fairness and honesty to tell the nigger that
he was liberated and enfranchised in the
interests of the Republican party, mid tils
proper work is to light nnd vote for it in
thoso states where ho was at tlm close of
the war. do back, darkey go back."
WHITE LABOR IN THE SOUTH.
There has been no netrro fini'Tiition to
Texas, yet that state which made only two
iiiuiurcn iiiouHtinu tunes iteioru thu war,
now grows nearly a million. Tho cotton is
made by white labor in Texas, just as it is
made by white labor to a greiit extent all
over tho South. It is white labor that is
running tho cotton crop into llvu million
bales. In twenty years wo will have it
into the ten million bales, and then we will
have our factories to spin for tho home
demand, and wu will export immediately
from our citie all that tho world will need.
Mb. HtMir fVnAm:n, Millersburg,
Ohio, was cured of Rheumatism in tho hip
by hi. Jacob Oi),
CAIRO, RULLETJtf:, FRIDAYMORNING, OCTOBER, 31, 1379.
From Diirllnijlou Uawkeye.
Tlio summer ispiiHt. The harvest is
ended. The vacation is over. Tho summer
parties are broken up, and tlio summer
friends liavo gono home. Tho ducks wo
shot aro still (lying around, as happy as tho
ducks .wo did not shoot. Tho trout wo
caught are growing in weight and sizo
from day to day, Tho memories of moun
tain uud forest and sea linger to fill the
coining winter da)'s with tho Jkwo of sum
mer sunshine. No more tho fond musquito
winds his mellow horn; tho black nut
haunts alone the long, long deserted picnic
grounds; no good man settles ou his
sand-built nest. The grapo smiles
out in ruddy bloom where
erst the strawberry mocked the
languid pocketbook. The' sound of the
"agricultural horse-trot'' is heard in the
hinil ns tint honi'tit liriraiMmin wnmlnrj fn.
- . ....... IVia limn
fJir to county fair, enters hishorseiu all the
races, under as many different names ns
there are counties in the United States.
Agaiu the Agricultural Associations nro
making enough money on the gambling
privilege to pay the premiums on needle
work, and sausage on tho hoof. Gone is
the salmon rod; gone is tho book ot the
flies; gone is the eternal economy of the
pocket-book ; gono aro several things. The
breezes of September sigh dreamily through
tho rustling blades of tho ripened corn, nnd
the wide lecture-fields smile with the nrom.
ise of harvest. Vo have been home about
tweuty-tour hours hallo? train time ul
rendy ? Time we were off for Colorado.
It is asserted that Misses KcHo"-'. Ab
bott, Oats, and our other famous songs
tresses manage to keep their voices clear by
the use of )r. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price,
cents a bottle.
STUPENDOUS PAHTISAN LYING.
From Chicaio Times.
If anybody will take the trouble to nuke
the computation from the data furnished by
the Republican press he will find that since
1STG Mr. Samuel J. Tilden has ronuihaied
from his private fortune for political pur
los(.s no less a sum than tint repressed
by the combined national-tiebts of the
United States and Ureat Britain. It is a
'rat drain mi bisrt-oe.n'o-i. lc.-.t hi t'.ntv'v
A...-;t.. i ,:....,. i ir.. v. . m. tt.ii.- I
" l ' "v '- - lr- r'1-" !
truchre tverv timo wants a few bilHo::
Au. tlio world over. laby govir:i.
oit'a do;ts.j will ovirc. iiie the Labv
thea it is that Dr. Rull's B.dy Syrup pr-v,
Ki worth by ctjaqueriag the dis- ase. P.-i.-
'M f ::.ts a I.vttle.
WIT AND HUMOR.
"Tills w vrid is but a ;!- ::a
t: is tn-? s.i.'ue w ,y w:t(i tlw a:c;s
All the i .v preachers in the w
r. t i,:..k? og-j ch-.-ap a cold w .u'.lier.
C'i';r.:bu mad? tl.e egg stand, but It .l-i..-s
I- ss r.aowa li-vc iaad-. the pwnut
: n.y t' re !ji:n you can g'-t
in tills world air, water ami
it .u'vay, marl's a y"'aig man crazy to
have his i.ii:lt'.r pro: ... to buy his clothes
Tli ua Wd'-g in a tight deserves no pity.
H wV.'. pit.i into -mailer dg than liiin
.i z'r.-i r.:'.i:i-i;: he g'-t a chaace.
"Wha; is tin vet a-.- for:" is a new con
ua lr:ra. It raayt..- f.t one purpose or
ari'.'h-?: I; is purely a r.iattr of taste.
A s:.irv,! 1 tramp said ho was so thin that
wha i.: hid a .pain he couldn't tell
whe'h':r It wis a stuniach ache or a back
A Hin !' baker in Calcutta, proud of
the Enjfii-h he has acquired, displays the
sign, "EaroiK-aa Loafers," over his door.
A tramp, who was caught roaming
around through the wintry stealing eggs,
said ho merely wi-hed to get the lay of
"What have you to remark about my sing
ing ;'' asked an irate vocaliifc. "Nothing," re
plied a spectator. "It is not remarkable."
Hen will set on a nest of eggs for days
and not murmur, but let a man sit on a
dozen eggs but for a minute, and he will
iiv- fowl language enough to till a barn.
William Augustus to sleepy room-mate :
"Come, John Henry, why don't you get up
with the lark as I do';'' John Henry, grimly:
"Been up tilth him all night."
The Boston Courier discovers that when
two young men. meet they address each
other as "old man," and that when two old
fellows meet they say "my boy."
A Ska lien Wakkant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers nnd people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Disenses, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on tho Skin, Boils, Pimple,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists'. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper ,
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,"
Pa. Barclay Bro'g Agents.
Savk youii tiiiMJitEN, For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to n child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 2114 worms in four
hours arter taking the medicine.Benj, Ly
tie, Union township, Pu, Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarvcr, St. Louis, Mo. Hold by nil drug
gists, Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co,,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros,, Agent
Tub tki'th is miohty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
iies, headneho arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness a!d ell diHor
tiers resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. lricc 25 cents. R.
h. Sellers & Co,, Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa, Barclay Bros,, agent.
Chbw Jackson' Best Swctt Navy To.
TOTICE OF FINAL NKTTLEMKNT.
I he iiiidi'rMtanod, ftdinlnlKlinlor of ealuio of
William 11. Mlll'ord, duccaaed, hero
by itlvee notice, to all whom
It limy concern that bu baa filed In tho Alexander
county court UU final report aa auch atlmiuUtrator,
mill that be will ii)ply to mild court, at tlio Novem
ber term thereof, (srn, and make flnnl aeltlenient,
and link for hla dlHihni'L'c axitueh admlnUtrator.
V. J. MJU-'ORJ), AdininlHtrattir.
2ALK OF YALUARLK CITY LOTS.
Win. Tweed Parker vm. Kllznbelh Linker. Wm
Linker, lya F. 1'arker.
IMihlle notlca Ih hereby irlvon that tho under-
Idled -Mauler in Clianeerv for Aleximder County,
In pursuance of a decree of I lie Alexauder County
Circuit Court, entered on tb4tli ilav of Octob.w,
ls;n, will oiler for pale at ptiblle Biiotlon to the
hluheft bidder on Salurilav, thu 1Mb ilav of Novem
bei. is', ii, three lola In Hit; I'lly of Cairo, lllliiola.
described an foUoivHj to-wll: Lot numbered 17
mill IS in Ulock one. and Lot :H In liloek M, accord
Ini! to the orl','lii!il jilnt of raid city. Lot IV la on tho
corner of Fourth and L,evec 'recta, and lot IS la the
lidjoililut! lot on Li'Veu htreet. I.nt '111 Ihod ;th
inreet anil han upon it a pxal fraiuu dwulltii.
The calo will beniu, al 1 o'clock t. in. at lot 3!l
and w ill beitlu at Ioin IV and IS al i o c luck p. m. .
Term: One-half cui-h, mill thu other half pay
able In twelve iniiiitliH from day of i:ile; purcliucer
(.'iviiiKiiote, beaiini; S jut efiit.'liit' r-i-t pi r annum,
seiured by tn;t liiortL'iie
JOHN A KKEVE,
Muster !n Cli'ineer' Alexaiiilcr County, HHihiIh.
t.KKKN A (.D.IlUliT. St.ileltora.
Di.u-d Culm, lllluoif, Oi-tviber !rd. Is,!'.
pl llLlC NOTICE t
In hereby l'Ivcu that by virlite of a decree of the
County Court ol Alexander County, in the. State of
Illinois, rendered In the March term, A. I). IST'.t, I.
Klizulietu Corcoran, admit. IMiutrix of the (flate of
lohu Corcoran. deceae;d, will ft-'ll at public ven
due, ou the 1 lib day of November, A. 1)., 1HTU,
upon the preitiHea to be mid, and hereafter named,
ot 2 o'cloc k p. in. ol 'fald day, Mihject to thu iu
nw' dower luletet therein, for I he payment of the
debt of said cMtite of John Corcoran, deccaiscrl,
the followim; ile-erlbed property, to wlt:
Lot numbered fifteen iiro. In block numbered
ilfieeu tl '. of the l ity of ( aire, situate In the
County of Alexander and Stateof lllmol.
TerniH of nW. are, one-hull of the
purchase; tirlco cash iu Land r.pon
approval or sale and the delivery of
deed. The other half upon a credit of six month
from the day of sale. The deferred tuiymeiit to be
evidenced by the purchaser's note, draw in:: ix per
cent intt r'.'st pei annum, secured hv d'-ed of trust
ni the pi-emls.s sidd.
ELIZAHETH CClICt !!AN,
Adiir.r.i:rn-ri of the estate of John Corcotan.
ltatvd. Caito. Ill ,At. 1 Ith. ls;:i.
vutiu: voters ok alexanmer county.
To i'!nce the ijUe'tioi! of voting' for or .'r,r:iHi-t (tie
,id:tloi:::! fdiiiiiv tax. at the 1 1: n i ti lT cli-i'liou. a
fiu.n.y i:t... iatr.y before tbv v.it.-rs tn-l ia ,-r- of
f!.., c.,at.tv a Lossibie. the Cuntv !'..,:,! .I. ,ire ...
..ke 1'i,,' !e;.ii,a'. 1'f :ae fo'.lo'v'ii i:
Ft r-t. T.i'.- law in relation to snbmltllns the
I ' 11 :-ii!"J!i cuniy tax. i t-or.tatued in
r.'T .T. e'!i.i-,.ti .-I.i viP. d Xatiites. 1:1s.. 1ST4.
1 isit xi. whi.-ti ocr iictrniion is directed.
s Hen. Hie or i. r oi the County linrd pnsed
it iti- ii-i .--.;-!( t-.'l'.-r. session submiittii sai-l
i;.. -V.o:: l,-u,1-s follows
l, ti-iva-. l,:e i. ot;u:y Hoard deems it n'-( c.-sry
:o sjd levy tax' the oztfrt'itt'e of which
i-c-dttii- ratfof ;.V ou the Jl'O valuation
tin- property v. It i-. in th" county, ami
Wh.zeas. Shi l b"rd has a-eertaitud aud dor
i.- ,- by f.i:d out ' 1. a l the rate of such additional tax
:',. -.IrvJ is ccuts on the fPKi valuation tor each
of 'he year 1 .'.). Isni aud lvl
Therefore it is ordep-d. tlir.t the iite-tion of as-ses-itg
and levying snid additional tax ol U) cent on
the $bu valuation of properly within the count v, ub
.Wt to taxation for the year lTii. lwinud IsM.I'h- sub
mitted to a vote of the people of said county, at the
next eiectlou lorcoiiutv officers after the date hereof,
and that the County (. lerk.in his election notice for
said election, iive noiice of such sitbniissoln In
manner and form as provided in ection .7. chapter
:'A. ltevisetl Statute of 1st I. of the Stateof Illinois.
It is further ordered by thu Ilo ird. that the pur
pose for which said additional tux will be required,
is the establishment, construction anil iiniiroiemeul
of I'ublic Road. above ordinary hii'li uater.coni
nifiicln? at the city limits of the city of Cairo, and
rnnuinxtufiu-e by tlie most desirable and econom
ical route to point at or near tin-June (ion i utint
is known as the (loose Island and Cairo and .lotus
boro roaila. and thence up and alone said roads re
spectively, through the county, anil for the iri-neral
Improvement of all I'ublic" Honda and ltridi;e
throughout the comity, with the object of connect
ini; i y cood n ails the county sent with all parts, of
toe roiiutr durlni: all ponions of the year.''
Third Inasmuch us the tax would be nn addi
tional county tax. it would have to be extended the
ssiiie a the regular county tax ti'ion nil the prop
erty within the whole county. For the year l;!i,
the follow ini statement will show the amount that
on Id be paid by the property l:i the whole eountv.
with the portion payable on' property within tlie
t itvol cairn, and tbc portion pavabl- on iiroperrv
in tlie county outside of the city of Cairo.
The equalized valuation of the property
In the whole couuty subject t taxation
for the yeurlSTH la. $I.SiS,si
llivided'as to city and country as fol-"
Property within the Cltvcf Cairo
Property Iu county outside ol the City of'
Total as above. 1,8 l.r,tWJ
Fifty cents "additional tax'" on that vult'.a-
t oti would yield a total tax of Jft.J.tl SI
Ol uhic.M the property within the City of
Cairo would pay . I r,';rr,
ili.-lni: vi cents on the fcion ou .--l.;i."l..
IM. iunoui;t o taxuble property In
city as above)
Ami the jiroperty iu the County, outside
llin City of Cairo, would pav i.W,i '5
'Uelii :u cents on the Jlni'on $W110.
aiuount taxable property in county
outside City of Cairo. I
For tins years lHKland lsKt.the exact flcurescati
nut. of course, be given until the a-esstneiit fo
tho-e years are made, but there would probably be
but littie chaiiL'i-' from thu present year.
Very respectfully. SAMUEL J. III. MM.
County Clerk Mexamler ( 'ouiitv. Illinois.
fit&fiBW. Second St.
Foreign i.iid Domestic dried and cun'ued Fruits and
Vegetables. Cauned, dried and salt I'lsh. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils and Coiidlinculs. Soup
stull's, Buklnx Powders, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet aud Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserve
Fancy Orocerlea and Oro
Stock nnimralli'led in the West.
SEND FOR DTK "GROCERS' MAXUKL.
o AN D 10 CENT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO THE TRAI1E:-The live business men of t lie
day are utartliiR these counters. Wu aro tho Origi
nator and Headquarters I We have tho only two
Kxi'Mtatvi 5 and Pic Jobbing Houses In the U H.
lt rieud lor CutuloKUu aud piiitlcultir, ji j
800 AND BOS RANDOLPH HTRKET, CHICAOO.
Also IWandtfHChtiuncy Htreet, Dostun
SffilC O A. L I N E.
THE ELECTJiIO CLEANSER.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLLANINO
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, A :C:, &C.
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Class, Minors, fiold Fri'inr-.",1'
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Miichines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware. Show Cases. Bronz.
Cut Glass, C.lobcs, Gas Fixtures; Hcniovi s Pit, h anil Tnr from the Hands or Clothing
readily, Ac, &c.
FOR I'SE AS A DISINFECTANT 'aeS! t,!B
AnyiliiiiK Soiled bv Oil, ou OKKASK.by Tlics opj'en
cil Alaulis.oi'l.y Dirt oi'any kind. it v ill ylam
V IT II OUT
To Witks Coai.iv Comi-.ixv- I Irnve used Coailiie In my family nt,.l f.n.l it ;i t. M-.,,:,,, tun ;s
flaiinfor.il. Itisi erlaiiilysuperlortosoiipa-aileausertindiiiia h more e or.oi.ii. al . it n mio-s
rom fabric without iujurino the texture or flun.'ini fa.t color-. It clean, the lorn 1-and 1-au .tu, .,'
sort. It c!-o hiuls sores and chapped hands readily. Respectfully yours,
WILLIAM V EVERETT. Ill fotta t.rove Ave .th!c.o.
To Tit k AVrsTM'.x Co.ii.ive Co-We have beu .islnt- in our family "Coallne." an tirtidu ruatnilact jr.
in this dry, and find it one of the most useful ihhcs for family use we have ever known or hi :nd or. i"or
uashine;. scrubbinj. cleiinili" plnss. silver, tukitii; r-reae spot- out ol clot bin;- tod carpets, eti . hi thir.k
it nas no equal. Every family should have It. The prlie so low as to brit;;' !t v. itl.-i n the re.:i h el c. ry
body.- ( hic:iuo. May.'d. lSl'J. ,; -.I.K!N'-.
Jt'H THE ONLY Washing Comp..r.t(l sold !u I'.i: ! U. ntnl sli-l-li fot cash. uing the pi;1 li,
and valuable article at a low ti'urc competing with staple !uods like Soap.
The follow ina testlmonia'.a from per-ons with whom ninny in ( alio .mil viiiulty nroaroua't.'orf. i 'uce
coaline iu its true position before the public. It i a -nod thin-,', and should be e. m rally u-ed :
I have used coallne In my house. It saves lal ot and -ajes dutl.i t. and is ii.'exp.-n.ivt . I w u!,! i.ot
be without It Ccutralia. 111., August 1Mb, 1SV.I. MHS. JAMEs Mi FAIL
I find coallne to be all that Is ilaimcd for It, and chi eifully recommend it -Centrtilla. illir:oi,
Au-iiM ISth, is;:t. .Vlis. H. OXI.EV. '
I have used coalineroclcnn head li;-hts of eneir.es. wane thedltt - haul' mil. and Is usually clcaneil
with concentrated lye. I found coallne a do tin oik fully ts mil ts ;oth. withmt its lri;.rj,,; ,
efl'etts.-Ceutralia, llli. August lftth. 1ST'. c. UII.I.S, Foreman Paint shop. c. u. u.
All leading proccrs will hine it. and can si piy tl,i ir (iitcn:(r in a few- d;s. h i- nmi n c' v : I
be, at all time, obtainable at ,
Heads of Fuinilies w ill Call and Get a
! CAIRO, ILL.?
CYJ.I.VI'KR v.i, E.
U t VI
Addic.-s '14 OH Cllotcfiu Avcintc, St. Louis.
AVo Dosire to call Your attention to Our
H 'AT PINT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE,"
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL USE.
WALTKirs :iat:knt jsoaie oi
NO 3I0RB CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietor of Steam Engine to tho uso of this Valve, by which
agreat saving of fuel is ell'ected. Tlie Valvu being closed on the ndmlsston of steam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water 1 allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting nutomaticnlly at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, a the Valve aro then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price in tlio saving of fuel In a very
short time, and will Inst over ten years.
fcirstnto and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 Cliotcou ,lt
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE' WORLD!
SOAP OJi WA T JO 11 .
Sample. Free for Trial, at our Stoics
Comer Eight li St.
and Washington Avenue.
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HEADS BROKEN OUT.
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