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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COCSTT.
K. A. Burnett,
The number of post offices as shown by
the last report is nearly 40,000, and the
number of persons receiving pay from the
Tott Office Department is about 100,000.
By a recent net of Congress Secretary
Evarts was authorized to make arrange
ments for a suitable monument at the birth
place of Washington. A few days since he
left here with a party to examine the
grounds. They returned on Friday night.
The appropriation for this rut?ose was
nude at the suggestion and by the influence
of lion. S. S. Cox of New York.
A reiEtiiUM from Washington says:
The attention, of the president to-day being
called to the various rumors afloat as to the
llussian and English missions, he replied
that there was no necessity for filling those
missions, and that no names had as yet
been agreed upon. The rumors wero but
the merest speculation, with no basis in
fact. The saving to the treasury by a
vacancy in these missions amounts to over
one hundred dollars a day." The conclus
ion from this is. obvious and irresistible.
There is neither present nor prospective
need of these missions. They should be
Gen. Grant is reported by an Inter-
Oeeun reporter to have given the lollowing
opinions o'f public men:
"Of Thurman there is no hope; he is dead,
and deserved political death. Of Tilden:
'Oh I guess he will bo nominated, won't
he?' Of Bayard: 'I always liked Bayard,
not because I think lu'm a man of extraor
dinary ability, but because I think him a
true man.' Of Garfield : 'He is an able
(statesman.1 Of Hancock : 'He would be a
ntronger man than Tilden ; but (laughing)
poor Hancock would be assailed by the Cath
olics for hanging the sainted Mrs. Surratt,
when ho was really no more responsible for
it than you were.'1'
OUR WASHINGTON LETTEll.
From Our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 8, 1879.
Your correspondent is unable to give to
the Chicago despatch published this morn
ing that General Grant had a "message to
deliver to the American people," the mean
ing given it by most people here. I have
assurance from high sources, that in the
contingency ot a unanimous nomination
or one approaching unanimity, he would
become tho candidato of the Republican
party for the presidency.
Politicians here say that yesterday's
elections do not mako or mar the chances of
any aspirant in any section for the honors
of a presidential nomination by either party.
Among those candidates who have positive
support, but who, neither by themselves
nor through their friends, attempt to keej
themselves beforo thcpeoplc as candidates
of which Senator Windom of Minnesota is
a fair representative on tho Republican
aide -there was probably some rejoicing,
notnljat the reported withdrawal of
Graif, but at tho general result of yester-
Captain Eads of the Mississippi jetties
writes to a friend here, that he will return
Jrom abroad very soon.
The movement to have Messrs. Conkling,
Evarts, Blaine and , others Republican
leaders go to Louisiana to speak for their
. party originated here. Secretary Evarti
expressed a willingness to go. It was said
' lutt night by a friend of his, he being then
out of town, that tho: Secretary had deter
mined to go, and had made liis arrange
Secretary Shurman says that in ton years
wo shall double our exports.
Wo have beforo mentioned tho impro
priety of having two heads of Department
held responsible for the manage
mcut of the Indians. General' Sherman
in a report just made, calls attention to tho
(anio absurdity. Tho blame for mistakes,
however apparent ami terrible tho results
may be, can never be properly placed. For
the troubles which led to tho slaughter of
Custer, Thornburg, nnd other valuable of
ficers, and hundreds of enlisted men, eacli
department holds tho other responsible.
Many object to a transfer of tho whole In
dian bureau to tho war department, and it
is not clear that army officers generally de
sire such transfer, but it is reasonably cer
tain, that the people will demand of con
gress, at its next session, action of gome
kind on the subject.
I think the coming meeting here of the
army of the Cumberland society, at which
the statue of Gen. Geo. II. Thomas will be
unvailed, will be the largest ever held in
the district. There -seems to bo a deter
mination among ex-soldiers of that army,
and soldiers of other organizations of the
federal army, to do honor to the memory of
this gallant and able officer, and I can as
sure every one that the citizens of Wash
ington will well perform their part on the
GOV. CULLOM'S SPEECH.
Among tho several short speeches deliv
ered by prominent men. at the reception of
Gen. Grant at Mendota, was the following
address of welcome, by Gov. Cullom:
"Gkseral: On behalf of your oil
friends, who are iiere present, and in the
name ot the people of the State of Illinois,
I extend to you and your family a sincere
nnd heartfelt welcome home. Illinois, the
empire State of the great central valley, is
proud to acknowledge you as the most
honored and best beloved ot her living
sons. Applause. Eighteen years ago you
left us in the service of our common
country at the head of the brave Twenty
first Regiment of Illinois Volunteers. I
need not recite to those who join mo in
this greeting the well-known story of your
progress. We Have lolloweu your every
step through the dark days, which ended
in the glorious success of the army of the
Union a success which gave you the
richly deserved position of General
of the Armv. When, later you were
twice called to the highest civil office
in the nution. Illinois each time gave her
voice for youin.no uncertain tones; and
when, on laying aside the cares and toils of
office, you sought in foreign travel the rest
and recreation you so well earned, your tel-
low citizens ot your own Mate have oeen
thrilled with pride and pleasure wlien tliev
saw the recognition of your services to civil
ization and the age, of your ability as a
chieftain and a ruler, of your virtues as a
man, by all the great and good ot tin entire
world. Applause. 1 lie story ol your
career, the record ot your achievements,
wero not known only to ourselves and to
our neighbors on the European shores ot
the Atlantic, but it hud penetrated the ro
mantic East. It has been toWin the palaces
of the Princess of India, and in those won
derful islands of the sea of which our own
knowledge is so limited and so recent.
Applause 1 Our pride and pleasure in fol
lowing you from shore to shore, when nation
vied withfiiatlun and Prince with Prince U
do you honor, suffered no abatement or al
loy from fear that yon would be hurt by
all this adulation. We had an absolute
confidence all the time that the day would
come when you would return to us the same
quiet man, whom we had always known, to
assume the duties ami fell the place ot a pri
vate citizen; and in that place I want to re
mind you that one ot the chief duties is to
hold yourself iu readiness to respond and
obey whenever your country calls for your
exertions, either in the (. alr.net ol the Na
tion or in the field. Again. I say in behalf
ol your mends liere, and ol the people ol
this great Commouwenlth, I welcome you
Mr. Hknky Leak, Patriot, Ohio, had
such pain in his shoulder that he could not
move. (t. Jacob Oil cured him alter a
CORNELL'S TAMMANY TRADE.
New York Sun Election Report.
Evidences of the Kelly-Cornell trade to
defeat Gov. Robinson were nowhere more
apparent than in the Seventeenth ward,
The ticket distributors in the Kelly booths
kept up a show of working for their candi
date in the forenoon, but it is said that they
worked harder for Cornell than for Kelly.
In the afternoon they generally abandoned
all attempts to disguise their purpose, and,
throwing their packages of tickets into
booths and abandoning their posts, they
went to the Cornell booths and worked with
the Cornell men. Many Cornell ballots
were also worked off by Kelly men in the
Tenth ward. "This district,"' said a dis
heartened Democrat, us he stood before a
deserted Kelly booth in the Twenty-second
Assembly district, "has been regularly sold
out. Kelly 1ms carried his bargain here,
at any rate."
A Blockade that Should mi Raihed.
The egress from the system of waste, mate
rial through the natural channels should
bo rendered free, witl o it loss of time,
when a blockade is produced by an attack
of constirphtion, a disorder which if it be
comes chronic, is produetivo of serious
bodily iiiischiel. Jaundice, severe head
ache, nausea, dyspepsia, the usual concom
itants of the malady mentioned, all indi
cate that the bodily functions are materially
mtcriercu witn. iiostctters miters is
particularly efficacious in enscs of this Hort,
and renders the habit ot body perfectly
regular. It is a medicine greatly to bo
prefered to drastic cathartics, which are
well calculated to drench. Uut unhappily
such medicines are the favorite re
sources of many ill advised persons, who
resort to them upon the most tnval occa
sions, and greatly to their discomfort and
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNINt
THE l)BT Of ILLINOIS
IT WILL BOON UK EXTINGUISHED TnUOTJUII
THE ILLINOIS CKNTKAL RAILROAD FUND.
SrniNOKiKLi), III., Nov. 3.-On Oct. 1,
1878, the debt of this state, as set forth in
tho auditor's report, was $802,313 50. On
Jan. 1, 18TU, Gov. Cullom called in, by
proclamation, a portion of tho bonds, and
fS8,8:)3 20 was presented und paid off, so
that that there remained 713,477 39.
There will, before Jan. 1 next, be In the
state treasury about $100,000 of tho Illinois
Central railroad payment, which is applicor
bio to the payment of the bonded debt, and
the governor wfll shortly issue his proclam
ation, calling in about $300,000, or us
much as tho state now has the option of
paying. A considerable part of tho bonds
now outstanding aie not duo till some time
in 1881, and the holders, who use them for
investment, refuse to surrender them because
there is nothing so good to be had in the
market. After Jan. 1 tho debt will be re
duced below 300,000. It has been re
duced chiefly by the Illinois Central rail
road fund, which is the 7 percent, of gross
earnings which that company pays the state
in lieu of all taxes. Tho provision that tho
company should pay this amount was in
serted in the charter of tho company in
. L' - - I... L! . . 11 1 . . T ' . t
io.ji ny fiuuuiur uougins, una n nas pro
duced great sums to the state. I he amount
iu increasing euch year, and after the state
debt is extinguished it will produce almost
enough money to pay the ordinary experfses
of tho state. Tho constitution ol 1870 pro
vides that the contract of the Central com
pany to pay tins 7 per cent, shall not be re
leased, modined, or remitted by tho legisla
ture or any other authority, and that after
paying the state debt the proceeds shall be
set apart for the ordinary expenses of the
state government. , The creation of this
fund with its benefit to the people of the
state is the greatest monument to Douglas,
and will perpetuate his memory for
L. roe sales indicate the merits of all
good articles. Druggists sell more of Dr.
Hull's Uaby Syrup, than of all other reme
dies for the cure of Baby disorders.
DEATH OK THE WIFE OK I'.X-GOV. LETC 1ILU
At 8 o'clock p. m., Oct. 29, Mrs Char
lotte Letcher, relict of ex-Gov. Letcher,
died at her residence in this city. Although
she had reached the ripe age of 67, t ie cir
cumstances attending her death arc very
sad, the immediasc cause of her demise be
ing the administering of arsenic by mis
take for burnt alum. . She had been iu hr
usual health except a slight cold, r.ccom
panied by hoarcnes, and .in endeavoring
to relieve herself from the latter the fatal
mistake was made, the powder from n paper
of arsenic which was in Uic heuse being
u-ed instead of the alum.
Mrs. Letcher, who was the youngest sis
ter of the late Chief Justice George Rob
erson, next to him in ag;?, and the youngest
of a family of ten children, was born in
Mercer county, KeAucky, on the 27th day
of May, 179:J.
Her father was Alexander Robertson, and
her mother Margaret Robinson. They
were both Virginians, from the Roanoke
valley, Montgomery sounty, and were both
of Scotch-Irish descent. They were among
the first settlers in Kentucky, coming to
Gordon's Station, in Mercer county, in the
"hard winter" of 1779, and reaching their
destination on the day before Christmas.
Judge Robertson, iu his autobiography, in
speaking ot their trials, says: "During
the 'hard winter, my parents lived in an
open cabin, without a chimney, and which
had been bunt lor a smoke-house. Ihe
cold was so severe as to prevent cither their
chinking the cracks or adding a chimney.
I have heard my mother say that the frozen
breath often made the hair on her head
stand out us so many icicles, and that the
mildest day during that winter was, to her
feelings, the coldest she ever felt before or
since. And I have heard her also say that
their only food was green buffalo meat,
without bread or salt. Nevertheless, thy
enjoyed good health, and were happy with
the prospects before them.
Her father wa a member of the first
county court of Lincoln county, of which
Mercer county then formed a part, lie
was elected a "delegate to the Virginia con
vention of 1878, called to ratify the federal
constitution, and also member of the Vir
ginia legislature succeeding tho convention,
lie, with Patrick Henry, and all the Ken
tucky delegation except Humphrey Mar
shall, voted against the adoption of the con
stitution. A$ an early age she married Robert P.
Letcher, who was at that time a citizen of
Girard county. He was elected to con
gress in 1823, succeeding John Speed biintti,
and continued a member of that body un
til 1835. In 1840 ho was elected governor,
appointed minister to Mexico in 1849. I'p
on his election as governor he removed to
Frankfort, which continued to be his resi
dence until his death.
Mrs. Letcher was a lady who, in her
prime, was conspicuous equally for her ac
complishment of mind and her grace ot
person, adorning every station to which she
was called by the prominence of her dis
tinguished husband. Her old age was mel
lowed by the faith of the Christian, and
cheered by the love of her relations, and the
respect of all who knew her. Her funeral,
which took place yesterday ufternnon at 2
o'clock, was very largely attended.
If a juryman is not to bo allowed to see
anv ono but the other jurors and the Sheriff,
during the progress of a trial, we should
like to know how he is to inform his
friends which way to bet. It '11 get to
that pass that it s no object to a man to
sit on a jury if things continue in this way
I thankfully acknowledge, that the use
of St. Jacobs Oil has been of fjreat service
to me. 1 suffered with Rheumatic Pain in
tho Face and Ears; induced to try St.
Jacobs Oil, I found immediate relief, and it
effected an entire cure. Moved by a Rcnsc
of duty, it theretore gives me great pleas
ure to recommend to suffering mankind St,
Jacobs Oil, as a remedy worthy the highest
praise and unlimited patronage.
Wm. Revscher, Notary Public,
83 Mercer street, New York.
One of tho Bloods ofTioston recently
went to jChicairo and got into a dispute with
a policeman regarding tho number of
glasses of beer ho had taken. As a blood
purifier there is nothing like Rosadalis, tho
great Southern Remedy. Soothes tho hot
blood with a magic touch. For sale by
NOVEMBER 0, 1670.
WHICH IS THE STRONGEST MAN.
It is a question umong Democrats, which
is tho strongest man in Illinois Davis or
Palmer. Among the Democracy of tho
south half of tho State, there is a strong
feeling against Davis. Re is regarded as
too much of a trimmer as not being a
Democrat. In that part of tho state the
Democrats swear by Palmer. In tho north
halt of tho State, tho Democrats would sup
port either man, abut Palmer with the
greater enthusiasm. Thus it will lie seen
that, in the estimation of tho Leader,
palmer is the stronger man.
THE HOPE OF THE SOUTH. '
Small farms and diversified labor are the
great needs of the South. Our section will
become more thrifty and prosperous as soon
as the huge plantations aro divided into
small farms, owned and occupied by in
dustrious laborers, who become more sub
stantial, law-abiding citizens as soon as
they become owners o'f the soil.
LET HIM SPEAK OUT.
Emporia National Era.
John Sherman tells the people how much
he saved the government in interest money
by fundiug the debt into 4 per cent, bonds,
but he doesn't tell us how much he 1ms
saved for his own individual use out of the
JOHN SHERMAN'S MODESTY.
There is a tremendous business boom in
Memphis, but, strange to say, John Sher
man does not point to it as a part of the
prosperity flowing from his beniiiccnt man
agement of the national finances.
A Card To all who arc suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, frek ok chaiu.e. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a selt-addresed en
velope to the Rev. Joski-h T. Inman, Sta
tion I). New York City.
A Search Warrant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and I.indsey'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 and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&c, we Warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by ail Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bio's Agents.
Save your children. For cxpell ng
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worme in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. il. L. K-hers &, Co..
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send fer cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is mighty 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-
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ncss, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
As a Cuke for Piles, Kidney-Wort ai ts
first by overcoming in the mildest manner
ill tendency to constipation; then, by its
great tonic and invigorating properties, it
restores to health the debilitatAl and weak
ened parts. We have hundieds of certi
fied cures, where all else had failed.
DMINlNTIiATOK S NOTICE.
ESTATE or WILLIAM KENDALL. MTEA'tn.
The uixlrri-iL'iied. hnvinp tieei: uppnlnted admit;-
iKtrnlor of tlie estate of Wllhaiu WemliUl. lute ol Hie
Courtly of A'.exHtider mul Suite, of lilinoic
deceased, hereby clven notlre Ihiit he will appear
tiffori! the. t OUtity Court Ol .iexnmier ouniy. m
the rourt lionee, in Culrn, at the December term, on
the third Monday iu lieeeniber next, at which lime
all pewits haviiiu cluim at'iiinst enitl estate are
notified and requesli d In attend for the purpose of
havini: the name adjusted. All persons it.debted tu
said estate are. requested to make immediate, pay
ment to l lie itndersli:iie(i.
Dated this First dav ol .November. A. n.. ls.'.i.
FliANK E! KENDALL. Administrator.
TtTiTv nv UAmiA xasiiv. liKf KA--En.
The underpinned, having been appointed Exec
utor of th" last will and testament ol ipiuorm
Nason, late of the County of Alexander, and stale ol
Illinois, (irreuscrt, nereiiy piven nonce inai duwi.i
..hi.., L..i,,n th Countv Court of Alexander
County, at thet'ourt House. inCalro.ai the Decern-
her term, on Hie .sru .uomiuy in iM:n:miii i u.
at which time all persona huvltur claims airalnst
said Estate are notified and requested to attend lor
the pnrpoM! of havlim the same, adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to
inaKe immediate payment m mu iiii..,ir,.
Dated this sKnfl (lay ot liercmner, a. n.. iwr,
KK'IIAKD FITZCEHALD. Executor.
o ALE OF VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
Wm. Tweed Parker vs. Elizabeth Linker, Win.
Linker. Dyas K. l'arker.
Public notice Is hereby elven that the under
Planed Muster in Chancery for Alexander County,
In pursuance of a decree of tho Alexander County
Circuit Court, entered on the llh dav of Octob.-r,
1STII, will otter for sale at public auction to tho
blubest bidder on fturday, the lr.lh day of Novem
ber, IHTd. three lots in the. City of Cairo, Illinois,
described as follows; to-wit: Lots numbered IT
anil IS in block one. and Lot W In Mock M, accord
ing to the oilulual plat of said city. Lot 17 Is on th
corner of Fourth and Levee s'.rei is. and lot 18 is the
adlolnius lot ou Levee street. Lot :l is on 7th
street und has upon It a Rood frame dwelllna.
The sale will bcjjln at 1 o'clock p. in. at lot lift
und will beeln at lots 17 and is at S o clock p. m.
Terms: Oue-half cash, und the other half pay
able, In twelve months from day of sale; purchaser
tfivinu note, beirrlnK S percent, interest per annum,
sucred by tru mortgage joh .. JiEEVE,
Master In Chincery Alexander County, Illinois.
iiKUEN & (ilLHEUT. Solicitors.
Dated Cairo, Illinois. October lrd, 1S79.
THE ELECTRIC CLEANSE!. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR UEXKRAL HOUSE-CLEANING
PURPOSES, FOR WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE RATH, tC, SiC.
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold " Frame s,
Marble, P ianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Rror.es,
Cut Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtures ; Ri moves Pitch and Tar from the Hands tr Clotl.irg
readily, Ac, Ac.
FOR USE AS A DISINFECTANT 'iV5i
Anything Soiled bv OIL. or G J tEAPK. hy J lien or Pen
. oil Mark, or by Dirt oi'any kintl.it will derm
WITHOUT SOAP Oil WAT35II.
To Wksfekn Cn.uiNK C( Mi-ASY- 1 have tin d CoaljLc In my family n ! fi.d It i.:i ;l,e MaLtifui tnr . i
chin for It. It Is c-rtaiiity superior to soap r.s nlnt.i t ai.d mr.cli mure economical. H rcruu.is i;.it
runt UW.e without Injuring the text aro or ,"lian;-iti.'fat colors It cleans the bauds abd l.nw.-M'ic !k;a
soft. It also heals sores and chapped hands readily, liespcclfully yours, ,
WILLIAM S. KVKKETT. Ill Cottage (Jrove Ave .Chliuto.
To the Weteun Co.m.ine Co We hove linen acini; In our family Coaline." t:. a:tli k- mar.ufadui' I -Iu
lliis city, and find It one of thu most useful thiLe fur family ue we have inr Uohii or heard of. Fjr
waeliii.c scrubbinc. cleaniui; ejass, silver, taking grease spots out ol clothing anil carpets, etc , we tl. ij.k
it na- no equal. Every family should have It. The price is fo low as to l.r i i u it wuhln il.e re,.th vl t vi.y
body. -Chic.i.'o, May -.'d. )s"ri. ' L. CALKINS.
r""IS THE ONLY Washinc Coripoukd sold In Luik, and sttlct for cash, f.viLj: tl.e in,' lie a it -v
and valuable article at a low figure compel:;;; with staple goods like Soap.
The follow ini: testimonial from tcrsons with whom nitry In Cairo ai,d viciLlty are arc;tia:t.ti ?, .'uo
conlitie in Its true portion before the public. It Is a yooil tlili.y. and should be .' i.- rully used:
I have u(d coaline in myiouse. It saves labor ai.d aves clothes, and is in xjiciiiv. I v. i Id i ,
he without it Celitraiia, 111., August lth, 1ST9. ' !1(S. JAMF.s M FAIL
I find coaline to be all that s claimed fa) It. and cheerfully reci nijniLd it .-C ntraila. Illf t.ui,
Ati?ust lsth, ISM. Ml;s. 1). OXLEY.
I have used cnaUne tocVau hcud lights cf ci;p!r.i-s, whi re the dirt is tarod.cd. and is un;s!l c'.in..;!
with concentrated lye. I found coaline o do tie woiklullyss m il as poiai, wlthiut its ii.jiij i a
i-tTects.-Ceiitralia. 111.. August l":h, IsT''. C, HILLS, Fori n an I a;Lt Shop. I ( .
All leadii.tr procirs will l.(.c It, and can sr.pj -'y their luMui.ers luafnv i'.a;.s. Jtist.t.H r.i.dl
be, at all time, obtainable, al
Heads of Families vill Call and Git a Sniulc, Free for Trial, at our Stores
OHIO LEV EE.
SA VE YOUR UNO IKES!
Acldi'(?r- 1-1 05) Choteau Avcuuo, St. Louis.
Xe Poire to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE'
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO GENERAL VSE.
WALTlSirS 1JATKNT ESCAPE OK
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Engines t the use of this Valve, by which
a great saving of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission of steam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder tho Valve opening or shutting automatically at each Btrokc.
The cylinder in kept dry when the engine is not working, as the Valves aro then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay its price in tho saving of fuel in n very
short time, and will last over ten years.
tiTState and County Rights for Sale. Apply hy letter or in person at 1403 Chotenu '
d venue, St. Louis.
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