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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COCNTY.
K. A. Burnett,
pon assessor a:;d treasurer. t
We are authorized to sunouncc Gioece JV.
Sixaoxvu a csndiiiate for electkn to the office
of Asor and Treasurer of Alexander County at
tae approachhigNoverober election.
HV re authorized to announce that Milis VY.
F.kr is a candidate, at the ensuing November
election fur the oflke of County Treasurer.
We are authorized to announce the name of J. A
M. ;ibm as a candidate for County Commissioner
f Alexander foamy at tbe ennins Sovemrwr iec
It may be interesting to such ot our
leaders as expect to visit the federal capital
during the coming winter, to know that
there has been a further reduction of hotel
find hoarding house rates. Those who do
not wish to pay for what is called "style"
may secute very comfortable lodgings and
excellent board for ten dollars a week or
from f 30 to $35 per month. It is always a
little difficult for a stranger to tell where
he can spend his money to best advantage,
out in iue inaiiui vi nviwo
for him to avoid those on the northern side
of Pennsylvania avenue and also those near
the treasury and white house.
Some of the colored exodists the poor
fellows who were scared out of the South
nnd all tho way to inhospitable Kansas
have been "welcomed with bloody hands
to hospitable graves." In Atchinson, the
other day, one of the poor fellows was sadly
in want of some whisky. He entered a sa
loon, and was ordered out, after being told
that he had enough of whisky. He became
very noisy. A policeman tried to arrest
him; and, determined not to be bull-do7.ed
in the North as he had been in the South,
.he shot the policeman through the bowels.
The policeman rising to his knees, shot the
negro through the heart. And thus are the
bloody doings of Mississippi transferred to
Kansas. Is there no refuge for the poor
, Ax New Albany, Indiana, the other day,
there was a prize fight between an unarmed
man and a butcher's bull dog, the condition
of the wager being that both dogs should
be restricted to the use of their teeth. The
two legged dog had his hands and face
badly laccerated; but lie chewed off the
bull dog's ears, and finally seizing its fore
foot in his teeth crushed the bones as if he
were cracking a pecan. The bull dog cried
out from the pain, and when released ran off
the battle ground howling. The money
was handed over to the two legged dog,
whoso backer now oilers to pit him against
any fo-ur-legtted dog in the world for a
purse of one thousand dollars. That tho
world may render due honor to the victor
we must not omit saying that his name is
The Capital of tho United Btates is just
now being surprised 'with her yearly ablu
lion. 'The enormous priced stores on Penn
sylvania avenue; the group of expensive ho
Hs near tho Treasury Department; the
many cheap, small, but good hotels and
restaurants that surround the Patent Office;
indeed everything, except thellebrcw shops
on S'iVenfh street, have been astonished by
application!) of soap, water, paint, and gild
ing, and Senator David Davis, of Illinois,
li-ts wdprml the architect of the Capitol to
have his chair in the Senate Chamber en
larged. These extraordinary preperations,
.g.!th'!r with the approach of the first Mon
day 5u December, indicate that congress is
g. minf. Congress means more at Wnnh
Jngtm thnn the! individual! elected from
their several districts and statei to,Tote
with the party nud secure a local appropria
tion, Hupposo it means. It means a largo
retinue of retainers of tlio lobby and snob
by class, hosts of visitors of the fash ionublc,
genteel, demi-gcntecl, and vulgar classes;
all of whom will drop more or less money
into tho tills of the trades-people and board
ing house people, of whom the population
of tho Capital is so largely composed. All
the prophets ogrec that the coming session
will be both interestiitg and exciting. It
will bo tho session proceeding the presiden
tial contest, and the Capital will be the
centre of much caucusing and intrigue,
while the recent business revival, it is
thought, will bring to that winter resort an
unusual number of the satelites and para
sites of fashion.
What a little matter, iu these days, gives
man .world-wide fame. An individual
walks five hundred and fifty miles in 143
hours, and the world throws up its cap and
hurrahs for him. Crowds greet him with
cheers, with music and the booming of
cannon wherever he jroes, and tho average
citizen feels honored if he can take him by
the hand. Another man rows a shell faster
lan somebody else can row, and straight
way the world claps its bands and crien
great is Ilaulon! In every portion of the
ivili.cd world his name becomes a house
hold word, and statesmen and patriots and
reat public benefactors are shoved into the
background. A third man pays $40,000
for a horse, and the man's name is heralded
to the four quarters of the earth,
and 'curiosity is on tiptoe to
know where the man drives, who grooms
the animal and who, besides the owner, is
permitted to ride behind him. In the pul
pit, at the bar, in politics or in any of t he
arts or sciences, men gain a circumscribed
fame at the end of many years of close ap
plication, hard study and persistent etl'ort.
In fistic, pedestrian, rowing, jumpi or
gymnastic contests, men knock, walk, pull.
spring or tumble into renown at the end of
a week, a day or an hour. Muscle, phys
ical stresgth and'endurance, open short ami
easily traveled avenues to fame; but of the
thoueands who seek eminence through men
tal or moral achievements, it is only the very
few who do not fall by tho way side and pas
out of both sight and memory. To the buy
who pratices at the oar, or pounds the sand
bng, glory and renown are of easy achieve
ment. To the boy who would be great be
cause good and wise, the temple of fame
is in the dim, blue distance, and of the great
multitude who thus seek its portals, how
few, how very few are successful !
The Bvlijjtix's Paris letter, recurved by
yesterday's mail, contains the following
paragraph. We give it as a fair sample of
the trash with which the American public
is being deluged, under the pretence that it
is "interesting information from the world's
centre of fashion
"An amusinir incident has just occurred
on the Boulevards.which are always crowded
on Sunday afternoon. A young man and
a middle-aged woman, coming from oppo
site directions entered an open fiacre at the
same moment. Each gave an address to
the driver who, much perplexed, did not
know what to do, for bis "fares"' began
disputiug each other's rights to the vehicle.
An immense crowd quickly collected and
manifested the greatest interest in the dis
pute. To add to the general mirth, n
couple of agents do ville urrived, duly
armed with the police and cab regulations;
but extraordinary to relate, the case was
unforeseen by the "code," hence each po
liceman took a different view, one champi
oned the lady, the other the gentleman;
while at intervals both abused the driver.
The latter, being of a facetious turn of
mind, kept the company in roars of laughter
by his comments on the event. Finally
the gentleman declared that, though he
was on an errand of importance and much
pressed for time, he would yield to the fair
sex. So saying he jumped out of the vehi
cle; but the lady, content, no doubt, with
having strikingly asserted woman's l ights,
quickly followed him, exclaiming that she
was ouly on pleasure bent, and had she
known Her words were lost
in the laughter that ensued, and, as both
occupants of tho cab had disappeared in
the crowd, nothing was left for the cabby,
wIiobo humor suddenly turned from gay to
grave, but to vent his displeasure by injunc
tions on the conduct of the policeman. The
latter, however, retired in good order, in
spite of the provoking jeers of the multi
tude." Nkw Yoiik, Feb. 7, 1811).
I uavk suffered from inflainmatorv
llheumatism for many years, and have
never found any medicine or liniment, or
other outward application to help me. Ho-
centiy i was Kent awake all u urht with
miemmuismin me rigiit. wrist, nnu wns
unable to use my hand tho next day.' A
friend sent mo a bottle of St. Jacob's Oil,
and two or three applications of it mlnn..!
the swelling, allayed tho pain, and tho next
morning i was cured. I have firm and en
tire confidence in St. Jacobs Oil.
Chew Jackoon's Best Sweet Navy To
CAIRO ..BULLETIN: ...SATURDAY .MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1879.
Tfo.n vnnr seals till tho tram stons."
"Enter the back door of tho car; leave by
tho front door." . 'Show your tickets at the
gate." "Don't put your arms, legs or head
out of the window," etc. What are we
coming to? Is this not a free country t Are
these despotic railroad men to go on in
venting these little devises to prevent a free
and enlightened community from risking
its life at its own sweet will? Pewaukeo
My Wife Scfkkiikd with prolapsus
uteri, fluor albus, complicated with other
female troubles. Her life was miserable.
Rev. Guy S. Frazey, of tho Methodist
Church, advised mo to try Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia, ho telling mo of t lie
wonders it had performed on his wife, who
was a martyr to sucn trouoies, and is now
well. I obtained tho Liniment, and niv
wife is cur?d. Charles H. Jones, editor
Observer, Charlotte, N. C. Write to Dr.
Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y., who will
cure without charge. Giles's Pills cures
Gout. Sold by all druggists. Trial bottles
2j cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
THE DEMORALIZING INFLUENCE OF
There was a time when men respected
women, and a gentleman used to be able t
recognize the qualities that manifested pure
womanhood and permit the license of a de
grading persiflage to remain quiescent
while in her presence.
Men used to have sufficient intuitive
judgment to weigh the dil'ereneo between
the self-reliant manners of an honest wo
man and the challenging imprudenco of a
female making a business of her attrac
tions. Men used to speak of woman as if they
hail faith in the signification of the word
which has become a burlesque upon the
tongue of the rising generation virtue
and they conducted themselves towards
other men's wives and sisters as if they be
lieved in the possibility of the purity of
of their own. And to slur the mother who
gave them being was the foulest insult man
could heap upon man.
The moral degeneracy of our time could
have no more lamentable proof of its piti
ful state than the thoughtless jest of a some
what "fiiht" but eminently "lii.'h-toned"
young man of this city, who, the other
day, in presenting his father to a number of
friend, lightly remarked:
'Tins is my father, gentlemen at lenst I
am so assured by my mother- but entrc
jnoiis. it's a wise son who knows the author
of his existence these 'days.''
This "Joke" on paternal pedigree found
not one dissenting voice; in fact, instead of
producing rebuke it was accepted as a most
amusing and well-timed hit of wit, and none
appeared to enjoy it move than the father
Who is responsible for this stigma upon
our sex- -man; as a naturally libidinous
and demoralizing animal?
No! Justice will find a candid and truth
ful answer in the following facts:
The time has been when women, young
or old, would blush when rudely stared at.
Shy would consider it n most daring piece
of impertinence to be accosted in the street,
and if some bold creature had the tipsy au
dacity to wink at her, she would have felt
as if she were culpable, or had in some
measun; been guilty of bringing it upon
herself by a thoughtless act or seeming im
propriety. So our mothers and grandmoth
ers tell us.
But such is not the case to-day. Women
not only permit men to stare at and loudly
comment upon them, but even to cove't
such attention, and instead of hiding their
insulted womanhood when impudent pup
pies follow and annoy them, they boast of
it as if it were a creditublcconqucst to be so
Women make street acquaintances, and
accept favors from such strangers; call it a
delicious "lark'' to devour in their company
a "jolly supper" at tneir expense. They
take long drives and tolerate familliarities
that hinge upon the disreputable, simply
for a little "fun:"
A kiss was once the holiest reward of
betrothed love, and a man would no more
presume to crauracc a girl before he be
came an accepted lover than he would
think of assulting his future wife. Now,
the first thiug a gentleman expects from a
young lady is a kiss. And he generally
receives it! Mothers consider it correct
and perfectly harmless, if the gentleman is
only "eligible" a little accorded freedom
may enljance the (laughter's prospects, and,
plausible .comfort! hasten a proposal!
Flirting and husband skirmishing is the
demoralizing influence of our time! And
as long as women will indulge in it, and
from the little girl in "pinafores" to the
passe matron the flirtation fever rages; and
as long as eyes glow with gratified vanity,
and actions denote approbation and encour
agement when some designing fellow plays
upon ner weaKness ty "signs and tokens,"
so long will men doubt the purity of wo.
man, ana iuiuo nonor us existence, even m
Is there any question as to where there-
form ought to begin ? Emily 11. Steiuestel
in Sunday Mercury.
The north 1'oi.k and kocvI'oh Are
not more widely distinct than the standard
tonic, stimulant and ulterative, llostctter's
Stomach Bitters, and the cheap and flnry'
local bitters which unscrupulous verniers
foist upon the unwary as medicated prepar
ations with remedied properties. The lat
ter arc usually composed in the main of half
rectified alcoholic excitants, with some
wretched drug combined to disguise their
real flavor and are perfectly ruinous to the
coats of the stomach. Hostetters' Bitters,
on tho contrary, litis for its basis choice
spirits of absolute, purity, mid this is
modified and combined with medical ex
tracts of rare excellence and botunicul ori
gin, which both invigorate and regulate the'
bowels, stomach and liver. They effect a
radical change in the disordered physical
economy, which is manifested by a speedy
improvement in tho general health,
IRON WOK KM.
TJIOUNDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
L STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Irox Works
9'l OHIO LF.VEK. CAIRO, Ills,
John T. Bonnie,
tnnmifuctiirlin mcion KokIiim and Mill M,'h.i,.rv
Huvltiit a Hteum Jlamuier and nmpl T,,i. ,7.
rmiimriwturo of all hind of Mmhlui.rv. I uM.Ha
Hlei.ml.f.at and Rrldie KorultiKH ma! a ru'r i, 1
w!llIS.,'l,,Ultol1 Un l MMd
Draw CumIbk of all ktnrl made to urii,
1'lpe F ttlnu in all Ita lirunchn. " 1
OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
i no unuormgned, aniuimetrutor or uatatv of
uiiumii it. .Minora, ueceai'iMi, , here
by (jlvea notice to all whom
it may concern that bo has filed In the Alexander
county court lilr Anal report a inch odmliilctrHtor,
nnd that lie will amily to raid court, at thu Novem
ber lerm thereof. liii'J.andfmuke fluid iettlemeut,
ii nd tmk for hi diBcharite uhhik Ii udmlnlHtrHtor.
W. J. Mil.l-'URI), AdmlnlNiraior.
ALE OK VALCA11I.E CITY LOTH.
Wm. Tweed Parker vs. Elizabeth. Linker, Wm.
Linker, DyiiH F. Parker.
Public notice i hereby given that tho uuilcr
clutied MiiHter la Chancery for Alexander County,
In iiuiMiiunce of a decree of the Alexander County
Circuit Court, entered on the 4th day of Octolur.
IH'.tl. will otler for khIu ut public auction to the
liiUhent bidder on Hiitimluy, the lMh day of Novem
ber. 1ST!), three lot In the. City of Cairo, lllinold,
described in follows; to wlt: Lots numbered 17
mid 18 In Block one, and Lot Hit In Block M, accord
lug to the original plut ol mild citv. Lot It Is on the
corner of Fourth mid Levee street, uiid lot IS la the
ttdjoiiiliijr lot on Levee street. Lot S is on "th
Direct mill huv upon it a Kml frame dsvellini;.
The snlo will bc'dn at 1 o'clock p. m. at lot :)0
and will liei;ln at lots 17 and 18 at 2 o'clock p. id.
Terms: Oue linlf cash, and the otbxr half pay
able In twelve months from day of suit; purchaser
ttlvlnif note, hearing H percent. Interest per annum,
secured ly trat ntortunuu
JOHN A DEEVK.
Master in Chancery Alexander County, Illinois.
t.KKEN JUill.HKKT. Solicitors.
Uiited Cairo, Illinois, October lrd. 1H;!.
Is hereby eiven that bv virtue of a decree of the
County Court of Alexander County, in the. state of
Illinois, rendered In the . March term, A. 1). is;!i. I.
.Elizabeth Corc oran, administratrix of Hm' estate of
loliu Corcoran, deceased, will sell at i";b!ic ven
due, on the 11th day of November, A. 1)., 1H7!,
upon the premises to be sold, and hereafter named,
a(2 o'clock p. m. of saiil day, subject to the wid
ow's doiver Interest therein." for tbe navment nf iln,
debts of suid estate of John Corcoran, deceased.
the following described property, to-wit:
Lot numbered lifteeml.il. In block numbered
fifteen (l.V. of the Citv of Cairo, situate In tbe
County of Alexander and Stateof Illinois.
Terms of sale are, one-half of the
purchase orice cash In hand upon
approval ol sale ni the delivery of
deed. Tlio other half upon a credit of six months
from the day of sale. The defeired payment to be
evidenced by the purchaser's note, drawing six per
cent interest per annum, secured try deed of mist
on tile premises sold.
Administratrix of the estate of John Corcoran.
Haled, Cairo. Ill , Oct. Hlh. ISV.1.
rpoTlIK VOTEltS OF ALEXAXPE1! Col'NTY.
To place tbe question of voting for or ue.;iint the
additional county tax, at tho ensuing eleeiion. ii
plainly and fairly before the voters and taxpayer' of
the county a possibly, the County Hoard desire to
make publication of the following;
r'lrst. The law In relation to submitting the
question nf additional county lax, is contained in
section iTT. chapter lievls.'d Statutes. Ills., IK I.
page :!(.. to which your attenlioiuis directed.
Second. The order ot the t'ouitfy Hoard passed
at its lii-t t September) session submitting said
question reads lis follows:
Whereas. The County Hoard deems it necessary
to atsi-s and levy taxes the aggregate of which
shall rriy. ed the late of '.Tk' on the Jlu) valuation
of the property within the cotinlv. and
'bei.:as,,Saiil Hoard has ascertained and does
hereby tlnd out that tin1 rule of such additional tax
required Is .V) c uts on the S'.ni valuation for each
of the ye irs IsTfi. lswi mid isl.
Therefore it Is ordered, that the question of as
sesslngand levying said additional tax ol . cents on
t he f 100 valuation of properly within I he county, sub
ject lolaxutlon lor the year IST'.i. ISHiand lsM.be sub
mitted ton vote of the people of said county, at the
next election tor county otlin-rs after the date hereof,
and that the Comity clerk, iu his election notice for
said election, give notice of such subnilssoin iu
manlier und I'urm as provided In section l!7, chapter
lil. Itevised Statutes of 1SW. of the State of Illinois.
It is further ordered by the Board, that the pur
pose for which said additional tax will be required.
Is the establishment, construction and lmiiroemeut
of a Public Houd. above ordinaiy high water.com
nieucing ut the city limits of the city of Cairo, ami
running thence by the most desirable and econom
ical route to a point at or near the junction ol what
Is known us the Goose Island mid Cairo and Jinx s
boro roadi, and thence up und along said rouds re
spectively, through ilic comity. and for the generul
Improvement of all Public ltoads and Bridges
throughout the county, with the object of connect
ing by good roads the county seat with all pans of
the couuty during all portions of the y.-ar."
Third. Inasmuch hs the tax would he an addi
tional county tax. it would have to be extended the
fume a the regular county lax upon all the prop
erty within the whole county. For the year l7!i.
the following statement will show the amount that
would be paid by the propeity In the whole coutitv,
with the portion payable, on property within the
Citvol Cairo, ami the portion payabl- on property
in the county outside of the citv df ( oiio.
The equalized valuation of the property
In the whole county subject to taxation
for the year 1ST!) is $l.si:.-.r,i
Dlvlded as to city and. country a fol
Property within the Citv of Cairo fl,:wi.iM
Property In county outside of the City of
Total as above l.Cri.Jt'.:)
Fifty cents additional tax'" on that valua
tion would yield a totui tax of :il
Ol which the property within the City of
Cairo would pav fi.T.V,' Jii
( Being. VJ cents ou the Sl)on $l.:iM.
4M, amount ol taxable property In
city as above)
And tlio property In the County, outside
the Citv of Caito, would puv..'. .i,!i C3
(Being W ceiitson the 1KJ on $lf.Sin,
wmoniit taxable property iu county
outside l ily of Cairo. )
Forllie years lsw) nnd 1KK1, the exact figures can
not, of course, he given until the assessment 10
those years are made, hut there would probably be
hut little change from the present vear.
Very respectfully. SAVI.F.L J. HI MM.
County clerk Alexander County. Illinois.
AFT. TIAITC1 IV
;i & Gfi W. Second St.
Foreign i.nd Domestic dried and cniiieid Fruits and
Vegetables:, Canned, dried und suit Fish. I'iik
les, fttnccH, Oils, and Condiment". Soup
stud's, llaklnji Powders, pronnd and
whole Kplces. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps.. Seeds, Jellies, 1'reenrvea
Fancy Ororeilos. and (Iro
Slock unparalleled in tlio YvYsf.
SKNI) KOKOl'R "GR0CKR8' MANt'KL.
ft AND 10 CKNT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO THKTHAIIKJ-Tbellvobnslriessmen nf tho
liny lire starting thesn counters.. VVc aro tho Orlu'
liators and Ileaduniirtersl We have thu only two
Kxei.tmivE B and loc Jobbing Houses In tlio U H.
Send for Catalogue and particulars.
UOO AND m ItANDOM'II BTttKET, CIIICAOO.
Also ti and U8. Chimney Street, Iloston
IIO OALINE !i
Til AUK MAmi.
- THE ELECTRIC CLEANSER. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR GENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANINfr
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATH, tfcC., &&
Pur Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surface, Window Glass, Mirrors 5old Frames
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases Ymnvt
Cut Glass. Globes, Gas Fixtures; Removes Pitch and Tar from the Hands or ( lothirg
readily, Ac., &c.
FOR J:SE AS A DISINFECTANT
Anythhi-SoilodbvOir. or G IUCASK, by Flics or Pen
cil Marks, or by Dirt ol'any kind, it will cloau
W I TIT OUT SOA P
To V Ksrsiix Coai.inb Cojiiv.nv- I have used Coaiine In my ttmV.y ar.d b.l it '.! the X - .
chum lor it. It is certainly superior to soap us cleanser and much more economical It renege.
i-om fahric without Injuring the texture or changing f-t colors. It d-ans the ,jnd.a. leans she.","
soft. It al-o heals sores and chapped hands readily. Respectfully yours.
WILLIAMS. EVEKETT. lit t'otiae '.'rove Ave .Chicagy.
Totiik Westkp.v Coau.se C'n-YVc have ben asing in our family -Coallne." nrl!(;e mic r,, ,,,, , ,
in this city, and find it oue of the ino-t useful thing, for family use we have ever kmcvn or he,,.,' nf i-...
yashii.g. scrubbing, cleaning class, silver, taking grease spois out of clothing ami carpets, etc.. We tl'tlt
it nns no equal Every family1 should have It. The price i,i so low as to bring it within the re a ii ol
body.--Chicago, May gd.ltfV!). L- ,; c,;tns
rf-IS THE ONLY Washing Compound 'old iu Bulk, ntid strictU- for cash, giving the pu' IU a rw
and valuable article at a low figure competing with staple gm.ds like Soap.
The following testimonials frcni persous with whom niuny In Cairo and vidnitv are acquaii.lwl, t.'r.ce
yoaliue iu Its true position before the public. It is a good thing, and should be generally used:
I have used roullne In my bone. It aea labor and save, clothes, and Is luespinshe. I v. . uldnt
be without it Centralis. 111., August 1Mb. 1H19. i;.m j OIKS -Vi FAIL
I find coallne to be all that is claimed for it. and cheerfully recommend V.-C ntralin lUino'.
August 1Mb. 187.'. M,.s 0J. EY '
I have used coallne to (lean hcad-light of engines, wbre the dirt is hardened, abd is usually Ccar J
with concentrated lye. I found coaliue o do the wo, k fully es wcU as ;,ot.h, withMit Its' !i Juriu :i
effects.-Centralis. III.. Angjst l'.lh. IS?1. c. KILLS. Foreman 1'alnt Shop. 1. ;. ; .
All leading grocers wiil have It, atd can inpp'y th.-ir iKs'i.nier fVw dayn. It Is n, i,idW;
be. at all time, obtainable at
Ci'nernl A m 'iits.
Heads of Fmijilios will Call and G(t a Sample. Free for Trial, at our Stoics
Addrc.-s 1-4 0:1 Cliotraii Avenue, St. Louis
We Desire to call Your attention to Our
PATENT STEAM (
WHICH IS NOW COMIXG INTO GENERAL 1K.
AVAliTiUrS .VAT.15NT KSCAKE OK
NO 3I0RE CYLINDER
I cnll the nttenlion of proprietors of Stcnm Engines to tho uso of this Valve, by which
a Krent Httving of rur U ellected. The Vulvo lieing closed on tho ndmifision of Btcnra and
open when exhausting, tho engine Is not liablo lo get out of line, as no water is allowed to
ncciiiniiluto in tho cylinder tho Vnlve opening or shutting automatically at each Btroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine Is not working, as tlio Valves aro then kept
open liy u spiral spring. Tho Vulvo will pny its price in tho saving of fuel In a Tory
short time, and will Inst over ten years.
I.-frtftiito nnd County Rights for Sale. Apply Ivy letter or in person at 1403 Choteou
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE WORLD 1
r A T VI K .
Coniei- Kielith St.
and Washiiisrton Aachuo.
HEADS IlKOKEN OUT.