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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COfSTT.
The king of Spain is a kind and thought
fa! monarch. The bull-fights at the np-
woaclnnc marriage at Madrid v.-ill be of
Bj'.ick Pomep.oy has announced that
hereafter he will affiliate with no party but
will be a "go as-you-please"' in politics. His
ht-t love was the Gretnbackcrs. They are
to be congratulated, but their gain will be
some other party's loss. That he may fall
in with the Grant "boom"' is about the
greatest harm we can wish for it.
The Philadelphia Chronicle-Herald
thinks that '"the great need of this country
is a system ol arithmetic that will enable
political managers to accurately count elec
tion ballots." And a greater need is a sys
tem of something that will prevent political
managers from having anything to do with
counting the ballots at all.
Tub influential Irish citizens of St.
Louis are considering plans for the assis
tance of their distressed countrymen. Meet
ings have already been held in other cities
and prompt action taken. The St. Louis
Times says: "The rumor is current that a
movement is on foot among some of our in
fluential citizens to hold an immense mass
meeting at an early date in sympathy with
and to render aid to the sorely oppressed
Irish nation. We wish the projectors of
the movement a hearty God speed.
Bestley's pension rcportshows that 247,
735 people are receiving pensions from the
Government. When tho war closed, there
were about feG,000 pensioners, and the mis
chief of it is, that the lurther we get from
the war the more rapid the increase of this
class. In other countries the number of
pensioners rapidly decreases in time of
peace, and tho situation here looks ex
tremely suspicious, to say the least, unless
nil the washerwomen, cooks, camp-followers
and contractors, who figured in the
Tear during tho war, arc raiding on the
Treasury in this way. Wo have net the
slightest doubt that a good investigation
of this pension business would show that
about $10,000,000 of the $30,000,000 paid
out for pensions is placed in the pockets of
lrauds and thieves.
Tiif. Democrats may as well make up
their minds that Mr. Tildcn will name tho
next candidate of the Democratic party.
Perhaps lie may not see fit to be that can
didatc, but no one) will be nominated with
out his assent. The entire delegation from
this State ho hau captured in advance, and
there is little chance that ho will consent to
auy arrangement by which that delegation,
or any part of it, can be secured ior any of
his rivals. .New York is tho Stato which
the Deuieicratic party must have. That
tame fatal necessity has determined several
of its nominations already. But it will not
ceaso to exist until the Democratic purty
has a firm foothold ut tho North, mid ceases
to depeiitl upon tho Solid South for Its clec
teiral votes. With New York, as matters
aUinel, tho Solid ftmth can hope to win ;
without that State it can not hope. In com
plete iKMsessiou of New York, Mr. Tildcn
calmly sits, and the partj will hi forced to
como to liiui for any chance of success,
f NcW York Tribune.
In tub closing lecture of his course at
Cliickcring Hall Friday night, Professor
, Hlcliarel A. Proctor discussed the question
of life In other planets. The evidence
which the professor has collected on this
subject leads him to believe that Venus,
the bright, particular star of the morning
and the evening firmament, in perhaps the
only planet besides the earth that is at pres
ent fitted for the nbodo of life. In Ner
cury and in tho moon lifo probably ex
isted at somo remote period and has dis
appeared. The outer or larger planets,
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus ami Meptune, he
thinks, havo probably not yet reached
a stage of development which fits them for
the abode of living creatures, though they
are approaching that condition perhaps by
changes similar to those which geology
shows to have taken place in tho earth
from age to age before it was fitted for the
abode of man. He inclines to the suppo
sition that life, as we know it, extends
through all time as well as through all
space. One set of orbs are the abode of
life, and as they dio cut another set tikes
tla-ir place, end so on through all time.
Life in one planet does not exist at the
same time with life in another planet, says
Mr. Proctor, and the planets, like the
race of men on earth, take their turn.
It is certainly to be regretted that our
people cannot more fully appreciate the pe
can iCarya ci'me formUia a cr p to be
cultivated. Thousands upon thousands of
well-arranged and carefully cultivated
"roves ought now to be coming on in all
parts of the lower Mississippi valley: yit.
strange as it may seem, they are just about
as few and f;r between as argels' visits.
Why? I cannot' tell, unless it is merely
another case ot the '"prophe t ia his own
country," the pecan being "only a wild
tre"vou know. Possibly we would all
have English walnuts, would they grw
with us as rea lily a; does tie pecan, and
yet there is always a demand lr the truit
ot the pecan, and it is really mere profita
ble than that of the English walnut.
We ought to put out pecan trees. Neg
lecting to do so may be wronging ourselves,
and it is undoubtedly wronging the gen
eration to come after us. There can be no
doubt of the fact that the nun who loaves
to his posterity a flourishing grove ei peach
trees, leaves them a legacy almost as gcl
as a gold mine. That is what they say
concerning the olive grovi -, i:i the old
world, and a pecan grove, properly cared
for, would be worth, all things considered,
just about as much r.s an olive grove f the
The pecan starts readily from seed : unn-t
of the nuts btYered for sale in the sbri 'U
germinate promptly if carefully planted.
It likes low, rich. Ixittom lau i, not perma
nently wet, though it will do very well on
uplands and in soil of almost any charac
ter. In a word, any that will sustain aa
apple or a peach orchard, will do f;r the
pecan ; and it is a tree of much wider
range than is generally supposed. I have
seen as fine pecans growing in the wools
along the Mississippi river, oik; hundred
miles above t. Imi, as ever grew in the
State of Texas. 'Rural World.
OL'H NEW YORK LETTKI1.
New Yohk. Nov. 24th, 1STL'.
(From oar Kejruiar Correspondent.)
Business circles here arc disturbed over
the probable withdrawal of the sub-treas
ury fioui the Clearing-House Association.
The only alternative suggested is for the
association t i rescind the resolution which
it adopted, nullifying tnc silver act. This
policy is being urged iu order that the gov
ernment may remain in the association, but
so far, with not much promise of its being
agreed to. As it now is, the government is
feirced to meet all its obligations and settle
its differences in gold, but If it goes out of
the association it can use the silver certifi
cates. Tliis would stop the outflow of gold.
Small notes are very scarce, and the refi-al
of the bank to circulate silver, creates n le
mand for small gold coins. The Philadel
phia mint has been directed to enter upon
the coining of small gold piece's, and last Fri
day $4,000,000 in foreign coin nnd bullion
was shipped there for this purpose. An
other shipment of $0,000,000 more will fol
low in a few days, and it is believed that
when that shall have been converted into
small coins, still more will be sent for thu
same purpose, with the view of supplying
the demand for small money.
It is now announced that passage has been
secured for General Grant in the Bteomer
City of Alexandria, to sail for the West
Indies and Mexico. The steamer is adver
Used to sail from New York on tho 27th of
December. Mr. John Alexander, one of
the owners of tho vessel, said last evening
that the report that General Grant was soon
to start from this city for Cuba nnd Mexico
was founded on the fact that his passage
had beenengaged for those places by Drcxel,
Morgan & Co., thu bankers. Tho lattt
sent to thu office of tho Mcxicun and Ha
vana steamship lino on Thursday, and
asked that stuterooms might bo reserved fi r
General Grant iu tho steamer City ot Alex
andria. Tho company m irked on tho pas
senger M the two bridal chambers feir tho
use of Gruut. The City of Alexandria is un
almost cutiroly new teasel, having only
CAIRO BULLETIN: PUT DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER SS, 1S79.
made three trips. Tho bridal cham bers in
her aro described as furnished in tin most
sumptuous stylo, with satin and hill hang
ings. The accomodations nro all ot a super
ior order. Tho steamer is to sail on Sntur
da', December 27th, for Havana and Vera
Cruz, calling also nt Progress and Fontcrt),
in Mexico. Mr. Alexander thinks that
Mexico is to be General Grant's destination.
Ha saw that country during tho Mexican
war, and has frequently expressed himself
to his friends as delighted with the climate
he found there.
Tho greatest farce of the day is the trial
of Captain Williams, the clubbing police
man, whose acquittal on Thursday, stamped
otlieial ruffianism with the approval of the
authorities. Ex-Police Commissioner
Hugh Gardner, Senator Elect liob Strahan,
Assistant District Attorney Lyon and other
notable individuals in office and politics
sat by themartyrized clubber. A map of
the scene of the clubbing of poor Smith
and other papers were before Williams'
counsel. Miss and Root. George Leon
ard testified that he dressed Smith's wound
on the head, and another witne.-s stated
that-Williams had struck the victim also on
the hands twice. Judge Gildersleeve
charged the jury in such fashion that they
had no alternative but to acquit, and when
the verdict was read the court compli
mented the distinguished clubber, and in
formed him that his conduct was 'deserv
ing of praise." This precedent is a fine
thing fr the ehy, so thoroughly now under
the tyranical whims of blue-coated roughs,
and it remains to V seen who will try the
efneacy of the opposing opinion of another
judge, recently delivered, winch emphati
cally declared that a citizen had the right
to resist a police man unless the cause of
rarest was aa obvious breach of the peace.
I saw John Russell Yor.ng in front of the
Herald otV.ce the other day. He had b-.-ea
a guest of the Gilbert-Sullivan dinner givm
by the Lotus ciub the night before. Some
what Mender r.nd looking more ccmpaet
than when he first came to be one e f the
host known figures on Dradw.iy. UU
Y.hiimineus correspotdecc'- to the Herald
during General Grant's travels, written
with the close o! Tvation, purity e.f style
and unerring judgement which charact -rie
his newspaper work, have probably been
more widelv rei l than anvtl.ing that jo".r
n,tl ever attempted in the "Kxclusitvly to
to the Herald" styh-. Mr. Young told me
he saw Ed. House and that he is the editor
and proprietor of the Tokio Time s. House
was well known here in ante-bel'mnj days
as ojo ot the oil ;'meiiiian . .
good magazine and editorial writer, but
had neither the tact for correspondence
nor the tate for ntes gathering. As a
dramatic and musical critic, combined, he
never had an eq'ial on the New York Pre--.
His first appearance in Japan wa a kind
of English tutor in the gjve-rcmci.t college
established to teach voting Japo nl-rr.
The Ki l:i'-vs are natures s'.uie'c-wr
Kidney-Wurt keeps them healthy i
foreign and Domestic dried ai.d rai.;,( i rru'.ts ti.-i
Yepetable. Canned, rtrlul n.d mlt Ki.b. I'lrk
li, Sauce. OH and Condiment. Soup
stuff", Eaklna Powders, pro'ind tnd
wiioie. Spice. Toilet and Laui.oiy
Solip. tfecd, Jclll" I'reer-:1
Eanry (irocerie and 'iro
Stock lliipiualleled in thi! W".t.
SEND FOR OUR GROCERS MANUEL.
Const iTUTro.v Watkij !
i r DUOPHOK
'i'hroo TlmfH n l):iy,
Cure llilitlit' Dlseusi', Inflammation of Him Kid
tiev. Monc lii Ihe Illiidder. Cat iu ill of the llhcdrler,
tib'i-t. Dlabi'li'x, (iravel, llrlek Dust l)e,(,st, child
For Fcinalo Ciuuplaliits a Specialty.
For Halu by nil l)rti(;ilt. Bond fur Circular.
MOItllAN A ALLEN, Ml John St., N. Y.
EMPLOYMENT FOU ALL !
Scud for Circulars explaining our
New System" of Canvassing.
Aueril have Wonderful uttccnM. 100 tilicrllirra to
liMI liihabltant. Onr ptilillcatloim are slanilard.
Addn.tTlIK 1IKNUY MILL I'l BLlHIIINt) to.,
It. Kohhins, Jic, Mnnuuor, l'cotlu,Ill.
YOTIC'E OF ADJl'SIMEST.
t.TiTK op Avn:i rihiiKH. '. vr.n.
K tie won having iliilmn acalbt't thu etntu nf
riMMii'Kt' dtoatii ndund prevent fueh claim to the
County t'onrt of Alexander County, lllliiolii, for tho
iiurpove of bavltia the aino militated at a term of
H ilJ Court. Xo be held at the Court lloun1. in the
City nf Cairo In rnilrt Alexander Comity, on (he third
Motiiliiy of January, A. I).. If', heltii: the Mb. tiny
Ualed November lilth. A. IV, ISO.
I'ATHKltlNK .1. K1SIIEH. Ex. tu'vIx.
DMISISTKATOU S NOTICE.
1T.TB Of WILLIAM KKMU1.I.. Dtf I Atn.
The imdi riticiu'd, havini; heeu opn Inted itdmtu-l-traior
of the estate of William Kendall, lute of the
county of Alexander and State of li.iuoii.
iIihtiii" d. hereby Hived notice that he will appear
In-fore the Comity Cotii t of Alexander County, at
the court bonne, i'u Cairo, at the Dee, mlu r linn, ou
the Uilrd Monday In December next, at which time
all person havinc claim jainM mid etato are
mi'ilU d and requested to nttcntl for the purpoe of
having the nme adjusted. All pcroii indebted, to
t::id e-tnte are reqtieHed to make imraediate pay
id lit to the undersigned.
lig'.ed tki firm dav ol Novfiiiber. A. D.. lSti1
FRANK El KENDALL. A.lmii.l.trat.ir.
FsTATLOf IIANOIIIA SAOS. rr,'K.li:p
The umlertignetl. haln len a( p"liit-d Exec
uior of the l.tvt will uiai tevtameiit of nauoria
sason. late uf the County oi Ah xaie'.er. and State of
Iliinoi. (leceased. hereby cive uotke that he will
appear before the Ceiiy Court f Alexander
County, at Uk Court llou-e." in Cairo, ai the Dcei,.-bi-r
te'rm, ou tho h'd Monday in December uext,
at which time all pers- u having; l;r,ni uirain!
n Es late are r.niiiled and renuenecl n attend for
the lmviKi-o uf havfiiL' the ,nue i';in-ted. A'.l
person indebted to snid Esta'e hl' reuue-'cd to
make itmviediau- pnvi.ielit to the iimli ricL d
Dated lhi iM lav f tctoVer. A. D . ls'.v
l.'le 1IAHD FlTZ(.EKALl). Executor
DM 1 N lSTKATOR'S NOTICE.
tTATtorTrvoTHY roAKi.r.v. nr.i easkd.
The undersijne.!, h u t n be.u apvoieieO ailn;iui'.
irator o! the eMnte ol limnlliy Coal.iey. i. '.tie
County of A-ex iinb r and Siai'eol l:l!::oi. '. -c a-e.l
her-'by give uotii-e that he will upji ar Li-fun- the
County Court of Alexander Couniy. at tue I'our
Hoi'.-e, in Cairo, at the Jaiiusrvteiu;. on the iM-c!
Mvni'.ay in January next, at which I'.nit a'.l permit.
havini'ilair.;'. au'iist -:i!d e-iate are Lutit'.icl uru
P'qne-teO. to attend ! r the pv.rpon- of havk..- the
same a,i;a-ted. All peron indehte.! t. said e-'tte
a.-.- reiresie.l to raake imweUiate pays n to l:.e
Dated thi IT'h of N"vemier. A. iV. : V
KK'HAED nTe.KE.U.D. A ': ::!..;.-.". r.
DM IN IS TEATi K'S NOTICE.
tatk or riirTos iiA7.t.nvin. i r. r.ii:t'.
The iiLi!eriL'ni (I hav'ni; hf: appoiLte.i Hiimiui--trator
of the ! of e lijt.iu Ui..un.1. 'mm of
Ue CuaLty of Aiexan.Ur r..el v.v.e oi l.;ivo!.
cea-ed. ti' reby ive notice tl.ht lie wijl ..;ip. a: bi
fore ihe Couiity Court of .Veat;,i. r '.! . at !;
i .iv.rt HiM-e, :ii t air.i. at :i:i' Jannaty t. mi. : t'::'
third Mo: (!. In .latitfry ;.-xt. 'it v i.i. ;.
er-' r.s huviti! i::.iiii- ujlii". -I sa.d c-ti.te ..re t ti
ne", r.nd re.".e-ted to at'iLd. lor the p-.;rjei-e of bav
in.' the fall!" ai.i!t'eu. AT. pir-o'.s .i.i.e'neu tc
Sf.iil f--:a:e tr- re.,!ie:i d to raake it.ti.e '..u'v pay.
ii)ei:t 'o :!.e i:3l'T-;;r.ed. .
D:U"d ti.; ''.:.v of Nove-.i. Vr. a. i.. .;.
M! I.E At JjI.I:. A cc '
VlIELIKr -s SALE.
Ryvr'tte ot r.a exici:ii"n to me dirc. .;. Vy the
ef :h.- CiKUit Coi.rt uf A.ei.,r.ii' r i'oi.;ry. iu
,.f Illinois, iti favor of Jarae Bell i.i.d'W:!
liari I'. Ila.'.idLy. a.i: a.'ain-i Cairo llox an '. ll.'.'liit
Cor:;iit.y 1 fci.ve levied upon th'? fo. o-Air.r Ue
Hr:!.ii "property, to-wit: Lot- oi.i' to t'xtl. both
i!.'-;-islve. it. hloik liiitiibere I Ofcel ' and lot oLe to
ei.ht, 'iota inclusive, in blot k r.u::ib-r,d eicht .
In :he fifth addition to the city of vlr. A!e..ir.:ii r
Coumy. l!lino:. imiudiL'.' l'.;"'-i. au'l p.'rK:oti
to u-c'ar.d erect and niaini:.:n bui;di:...-. -i . onthe
levee s op11 in frout of said lots, as S".c:.''.cd iu deed
fr"in Taylor sV Parson, tr.is'e.-s, etc.. d. ted Mafh
.'l-t. li. tOL'eih.r with all and sir. ilar. the i,;il,
toiler house, dry kiln, oftjee. Hied and buliHL;-.
oi; said lo' and premises, tituaird toethi r itri a..
&Ld s!i.s.til:ir. the appurteuanc e. f.xuir.-s. fc. r.
cii.'ir.es,' a.v mill. liaftiuu,J. beltiuL"'. pn.'.ies am.
oti:er machiner.-. aw. tiAii- aru inacb.it.' of tves
kni'i and description whatuever. appertaiLim:. be
oLjin.' to, or iu ao.y way coi.siic.itinir part i;L'I far
ce! o' or uf'-rt in. what is known t the t.aho !;!;
ai.d Raket Company Factory : wLi' h I si. all .;'. i.:
p-ilic vendue, on the premliH'. a- above ii..cr: !(!.
m i.'ie illtii si'.ditiou tj the cpy of (. t;r c co :i,ty of
Alexander ami State of Illinois, ou si,,.. --;,( im1.i oi"
D-cn, 'i, r. 1-1!'. at 1" o cloeis. a.m.
el t1.;. Cain). Itithots. . uy ot :
0 PATENT, .NO PAY.
P A T S T S
oV.ilLi ,1 fir r.-.C' r..;;irnV:rvt . r.'On ir .'..-r
rocpoiiLs. omun.' i tal (I'. si.'ts. l.-i.i.i n. .!. hid
! be. Caveat. A-s:iti.n,e;it. I r. r c f . rue s. In
l:ii.;terr.enu. i,r.d p., I w.n'-: r latlLt" to Paler.:-.
;.:ci:,;ity at:-r:di '! to We r.u:.i- pn iir.ir.a y ex
arr.tta!i!. ai.u f .rnl-h oj.'.Lif.n- as to p !, tabi!
??. Ire of r.uar.-e. ai.il a.! no are mterc.te.l in u,
.r. o-i.tior. and I'.ite-1 ar in vit'-d to send for a
c-'pyof our i.:1j f..-,htif.'nr ps.ter.t-." nMn
i- si-i.' fr-'e to ai.v ai'!(ire-. and ror.iui!,s comi,'. .
i-.-...' lan't'T. Duriiv' t;;if pas', f.v yar- v.e r,u.. I
ortair-'l n--ir;y thief tl.ousai.d pat.-'i.ts f. r Ar.-.i n
'an and iVre;,-L inv'-ntois. ai.d (n g:.-:t'c:..fv I
refer-r.-- i:.i..t!io.t cvitv 'iii,ty In the l'Llor.
Ail. Ires: I.Oi'I P,Ae,i',EIt 4; CO.. .,(;,.,.r, ,
Piter.' and Attorrn'i ut Law. Le In:;', liu'.l: I e I
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au r..ae lion. to un boiir by 'je.'.-.ii.,' y.o.r ;
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f.r.' ni'.'j strie'i; hor-orabl". Header, if y, i xa.it tti
know t.i a' oM the b"s; parli.ff bii'lncs b.-fori; tj, !
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rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY.PnMdeiit.
II. L. 1! ALLIDAY, Vlcn Prcldcut.
J. U. SMITH, Acting Cashier.
M. STAATS TATLOR, W. P. HAtJ.t1)AT,
IIKNIir L. HALl.tlHY, II. II. OUNNINOUAM,
u, i). williambon, nmi'iiiN bikii,
ii. n. CANims,
Exchange. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND 80LD.
Dopniltsrcctlvcotnd a genera banking boslcrri
MOO ALINE US
TltADK M Alt K.
THE ELE0T1MC CLEAXSEll.
HAS NO EQUAL FOll UENKUAL IIOUSK-CLKANINd
PUKPOSES, FOU WASHING CLOTHES,
FOR THE BATH, 4tC, AC.
11' Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces,, Window Glnss, Mirrors, Gold Fr..nies,
Marble, riam-, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show CW'llreim,
Cut Glns, G'.obi-, Gks Fixtuns: Rt moves Pitch nr.d Tar from the Hands or Clothing
readily, dc, Ac.
1 Vit I . u t0 , ULl.
Anyihinir fcoilodl.vOIL, or GJiKASK.by I'liff? or Jn
oil Marl;, or l .y Dii t of any kinil.it "will clean
WITHOUT SOAP Oil ATEK.
T. '.Vr.-rf;s 0A::st C. -i-ASv-lUve us.d Coalite in my fan..l rt.d tu it t:l the MatuV Hirers
(l;l:.i for It. I: !- rt...Lly safi :iur 'o totp i. a rieai.-er and r..ui!i mere economical. It remote din
:o:a fbrl. -.vfhn t; ii.jurlEU the textare or ihaniiurfa't color. U clean- the baud, and Icuus the -kiu
l ! ul- .i li ale nr-itt iiad tbaj.pM nn'. readily. I.'eHpectfully yrmr.
WILLIAM S. EVEIlETT.l-ilCott-e!, rove Ave .CbU.j..
Vo 7.I1E Westkln Coalise Co We have t.n asiiif In our family 'CoaliLe." an artiile inaMifatlnre'l
la :!'.. c"y. i.td cd It or.e cf tbe most Ofcfu! thln-t ftr family use wc have cu r ktonoor h. -aid of. Tor
wa-l I'i.'. cTiiW1.cir. clJlltj f!a. silver, takiny grease sjcis out ol ( iothinf ai.d carpets, etc, v... ttir.k
it . i. e-jiinl Evi-rv family should have it. The prUe in ti iow as to Uihi it nitlila the reach el n.-.-y
leey.-. i.i. o.May.;sr?. L. (i. CALKINS.
if IS THE ONLY Wathitj Con,pe::i,d fold in Hulk, actl rtrb Ux for cash, KiMeg the pi.MIc a nctv
v. I article m a low .1ure coaipetius with staple gooiU like Soap.
The io.lc.lLi tvnimoulfcli from persons with lrm maty In Cairo and vicinity are anitialhted. j-'acc
rea. in-.n ! true position bifore the public. It I- a jjood tfclni;, fctd should b geUerally used:
I lave v.ssd p.: aline !r. my fcrt:e. It save liUi and saes ciott. . and Is Ir.cxpcu-lve. I T.n:.l r.ot
je wit:. it -Ccctialia. III.. Autust 1Mb. lbt. MRS. JAMES Mi KAIL
I f.tJ co.'.'.it.e to 1 e ail ;h:.t i Cniavi for It. And ibcetfully r:e mui.td lt.-Cttra'.r. Il'.lr.fi,
A: if. !:th. i'T:'. JfKS. D. OX LEY. '
I Lave- us. d cotlite '.ot',- at. J., td-iitlt .ftt-s:M-. wfc. re tic dirt is Larcnul. atd Is umaily deand
wi'.tC'ticettrav-dJye. I fuknrj toalii.e o o the W( ik fully.. .ll a ;.olab. wlthiait It Ivur.i,.;.
tJeO.-CfLtxal;, Hi.. A -us: J'nh. l-tf. e . i!!!.I.S, Eoren.an I'alr.t fhep. I c. I! I;.
All Wif.'.is protcr v.. tive it. ai'i run rpj y il.-ir cum n,.-r in a frw daj. It rV iv. n:,d mi
be. it all tln.e. oliia.Lkble t: v
ll.uds .f Fiiiiliei will Call ami Get a Snii.pb'. u- for Trial, ht Mir Stoic.-.
SAVE YOUif ENCLXES!
Aelehe r-s J -4 0.r) Cl.otf
"We Pc-iiv to ciil! Your attrition to Our
PATENT STEAM CYLINDER VALVE,''
. WHICH IS NOW (OMING INTO GENERAL 1K.
WALTE.1 t"S 1-A.TK2S:T ESCAPE
no mm: cylinder
I cull the? attention uf proprietors eif Steiim Enyincs to the uso eif Uiih Valve, hy which
a groat wivin eif tuel is i llecteil. Thu Vulvo being clodeel em tho nilniission of steam nnd
open when exhutiHting, the engine is not liable to get out eif line, ns no water in allowed to
accumulate in tlio cylinder-the Vulvc opening or shutting automatically nt each stroke.
ThoryHnderU kept dry when the engine is not working, ns tho Valves are then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay itH price in the saving of fuel iu very
Hheirt time', and will last over ten years. '
hTStnto and County Rights for Saie. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 Clietcou
Avenue, l?t. Loui9.
OP THE WORLD!
1 met: TO IK lHtilNl Kt'l ED.
CoiEcr Eielitli St.
and iihi!ittonA( t:ne.
an Avenue-. t. I.otii.--.