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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
irtlAT 0!IX1! flloNDATt IXrMPTIH.
JC A. JIurnott,
. Kill tor.
0(He: Bulletin Buliaioc Wanhliigton Avenue
n.o. rinltvaroi! hv rarrlrrnl tit'r week 5!S
Vr mall (In advance), ouo year $M '
(mil mouth .' f
By mull fin advance), one yew 12.00
Three months k- '
To club of urn and over i per cojiy). . J.jP
l'oetaue In all wire irepuid.
Flint Itmortion. pr squaro ...
finbaeijnenl lnurtloim, per Fquaru.....
Por one week, percqnure
For two week. pcriiro
For three woek, per nquaro
For one month, per fquuru
Each additional miliar
Funeral uo'-lre .....
Obliuar.ru and resolution paeHil by iwjMi'tii'
twiccm per line.
Death and marriage free
Flret Innertton, per tqnaro $1.00
SuMequetit InKirlioim V
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"K. A. Burnett, Cairo. Illlinoia "
tinlyHornin? Daily in Southern Illinois
Largest Circulation ot imy Daily in
OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALEXASDEK COUNTY.
One Jay in early winter my husband re
ceived a summons to Burke's settlement, to
unite a couple in the bonds of wedlock. It
w::s especially mentioned that Jiis wife
would be expected to stay all night and par:
V.Mc of the festivities.
It was twelve miles to the settlement, and
we reached the house of the expectant
about noun. A dozen tow-haired children
were at the door awaiting our arrival. They
telegraphed the news immediately.
"Mann 1 marni! here's the elder and his
woman! They're nothing but folks! She's
got a man's lint on and a turkey's wing m
front of it; his nose is as crooked as a
Alas for Mr. Morrison's aquiline uoe, of
which he was a little vain.
'Sam!'' cried a shrill voice from the in
terior of the cabin, "run out and fcrab the
rooster, and I'll clap him into the pot! Sal
you quit tile churn and sweep the floor.
Kick that corn-dodger under the bed. Dill,
you wipe that chair for the minister 's w ife,
' and be spry about it."
Farther remarks were cut short by our
Mrs. Burke, in a calico short gown, blue
petticout and bare feet, came forward, wip
ing Iht tace upon her apron.
'How do you do, elder?, llowd'ye do,
murm? Must excuse my head; hadn't any
chance to comb it since last Sunday. Work
must be did, you know. Powerful sharp
air, ain't it? Shoo, there! Bill, drive that
turkey out of the dough trough. Sal, take
the lady's things. Sit up by the fire inarm,
take this hot corn-dodger into yer lap, it's
as good as a warming pan."
A fearful squall announced the execution
of the rooster, and shortly afterward he
was bouncing about in a four quart kettle
hung over the tire. Sal returned t.i her
churn, but the extraordinary visitors must
have made her careless, for she upset the
concern, and buttermilk went Mvlniming
over the floor.
"Grab the ladle, Bill," cried Mrs. Burke
and help to dish it up. Take koer don't
put that snarl of hair in it. Strange how
people will be so nasty! Dick, do keep
your feet out of the buttermilk; it won't
be fit for the pigs when the butter gathers.
Drive that hen out, quick; she's picked up
a pound of butter already. There, Sal, do
try and churn a little more keerful. If you
nrc" going to be spliced to-morrow, you
needn't run crazy about it."
"You dry up!" remarked the bride elect,
thumping uway fltthe churn.
By the time I had got fairly warmed,
dinner was ready, and you may be sure I
did not injure myself by over eating.
Night came on early, and after a social
chat about the events of to-morrow, I signi
fied a wish to retire.
Sal lighted a pitch knot, and climbed a
ladder in one corner of the room. I hesi
tated. "Couio on," she cried, "don't be alraid.
Sam and Dick, and all the rest ol ye, duck
yer heads or turn yer faces t'other way
while the cider's wife goes up. Look out
for the loose boards, inarm, and mind or
you'll knock out your brains on that beam,
Take kcer of the hole where the chimney
Her warning came too late. I caught
tny foot in the end of a board, stumbled
and fell headlong through what appeared
to be an interminable space, but was only
to the room I had just left, where I was
navcd from destruction by Bill, who caught
me in his arms and stood me on my feet re
marking cooly :
"What made you come that way? We
generally use the ladder."
1 was duly commiserated, and at last got
to bed. The less said that night the better.
Bill and Dick and the other slept in the room
with us, and made the air vocal witli.thoir
"uoring. I fi-U asleep and drcntiicd I was
just being shot from the muzzle of a colum
biad, and was awakened bv Mr. Miirmmi.
who informed mo that it was morning.
The marriage was to take place before
breikfast, and Pally whs already dii'l in
her bridal robes when I descended tlnj
She was magnificent in. a green calico
over a crinoline fully four inches larger
than thfl rest ot her apparel, white apron
with red r-trings, blue blockings, a yellow
neck ribbon and cotton gloves.- Ih-r hair
was fastened in a pug behind, and well
adorned with tail feathers of the defunct
rooter before mentioned.
When it was announced that Lemuel
Loid,tho groom, was coming, .Sally dived
b .'hind a coverlet, which had been nung
nnrosa nnu corner of t 10 MOM tO COnCOUl
sundry pots (ind kettles, and refused to
comelortli. jm Loru lilieil oiui corner m
the curtain nnd peeped in, but quickly re
treated with a few sharp words from Sally
advising hlui to mind his own biuiness.
Lemuel was dressed in blue with bright
Hut tons. The rntiro fiuit had been made
for his grandfather on a similar occasion.
His hair was well greased with tallow, and
his huge feet encased in n pair of skin
Very soon tho company began to arrive,
and the room was well rilled.
"Now, elder," cried the bridegroom,
"drive ahead! I want it done up nice; I
am able to pay lor tho job; do you hear?
C'oiiie, Father Burke, trot out your girl."
But Sally refused to trot out. She would
be married where she was or not at all. We
urged and coaxed, but she was firm, mid we
c ncliuleci to let ner nave ncr own way.
Mr. Morrison stood up; the happy couple
joined hand through a rent in the
curtain, ami the ceremony procmici.
Just as Mr. Morrison was asking Lemuel,
"Will you have this woman," etc., down
came the curtain enveloping iirniegvoom
and pastor nnd filling the room with dust.
Dick had been up in the Iult ami cut tne
string which held it. Mr. Morrison crawl
ed out looking sheepish, and Sally was
obliged to he married openly. To the
momentous question, Lemuel responded:
"To be sure; what else did I come for ?"
and Sally replied, "Vans, if you must
"Salute your bride, "snid Mr. Morrison,
when nil was over.
"I'm ready to do anything, elder," said
Lemuel, "but skin me if 1 know about
that, sir. Just )iow mo how, mid I'll do it
if it takes the hide oil' !"
My husband drew back, but Sal advanc
ed, threw her arms around his neck, and
gave him a kiss that made the windows
I vum if I don't do ditto '."cried Lemuel
and hastily made a dal: at me, smashed
my collar, broke my watch guard in a dozen
jiitces, tore my liuir down, and succeeded
in planting a kiss on my nose greatly to the
delight ot the company.
Then he turned to my husband
"Now, elder, what is the damage: don't
be afraid to speak out."
"Whatever you please, srdd Mr. Mcith
son." I.nmuel produced a piece of fur.
"There, i-lder," s;iid he. "theiv'su iniirk-
rat skin; i.ud out in the shed is two h-nds
of cabbage, and you are weleomc to the hui
My husband bowed his thanks and the
young people went to dancing, and Mrs.
Burke went to getting breakfast; nnd at un
earned request Mr. Morrison gut out our
horse, and we bade them adieu. I never
could have lived through another meal in
, I havesineo heard that Mr. Lord said if
lie had seen the elder's wife U-lore she was
riit have gone to tin
Alas! the things that might have been!"
TiiKUKis Hkai.tit Aiikad: Tor cheer
less dyspeptics who will u-,e llostetter's
StoiAach Bitters, which will enable them
to digest, restore their appetite, steadv
their nerves, and drive away the blues. If
with such a prospect there ere any of them
who neglect to profit by the above sugges
tion why, they deserve to suffer, that is all.
Let them ask any one who has used tho
Bitters if it is not a. good medicine, ami
if they receive a truthful reply it will be an
affirmative. Biliousness, bowels, debility,
rheumati.sm are all conquered by this high
ly esteemed nnd iKofessionallv sanctioned '
specific, which has also won a national
reputation as a remedy for, and means of
averting intermittent and remittent levers.
It has a cheering tlfect upon the despon
dent invalid, and may be relied upon to
produce decisive, and not palliative efiVets.
It is tin: one thing needful for the cure of
dyspepsia, and nothing will supply -its
Bitow.v'siloTKi., Macon, (ia. Sept. 21, "0.
Messrs. Morgan Allen, o'J John St., New
York City :
Dear Sirs In looking over Harper's
Wecckly paper I saw tho adveiti-ement of
your valuable medicine, "Constitution Wa
ter,'' and it occurred to me that it was my
duty to add to your list of testimonials.
For twelve months I suffered with infiam
matioft of the kidneys and bladder; no
rest at night, up ten or fifteen times; could
not walk across the street without having
palpitation ol the heart, would have to sit
down and rest before I could get back to
the hotel. Last May I was obliged to give
up iny business, that of hotel keeper. 1
was reduced in weight forty pounds. In
August I made the trip by steamer to New
York, thence by steadier to New London,
Connecticut, where I arrived weak and
very much debilitated. My brother, .J. F.
Brown, President of Brown's Cotton (iin
Company at New London, sent to the drug
gists for abottleof "Constitution Wati'r,"and
insisted on my taking it, saying that he, and
others he knew, had been troubled the same
way. It seems incredible, but m two days
I began to feel better, my appetite improv
ing, and in a few days was able to walk up
to the town, some half mile distant, with
out getting wearied, or having any flutter
ing or palpitation of the heart. In a short
time I returned to New- Y'ork (visited
Coney Island, of course), and walked from
the Wooden Pier to the Iron Pier, a dist
ance I should judge of nearly one mile,
through the sand; also a lung distance
through Central Park without any inconve
nience or distress, I urn sixty years of age,
have lived in Macon fifty-four "years, been
in the hotel business twenty-five years, and
those that know me know that I would not
give this testimonial unless it was due you,
and to those Buffering as I have suffered.
Diseases similar to mine and other diseases
your medicine is recommended for are very
prevalent in the South. Yours truly,
A UiiandCiiuihtaks Gikt. Tiik New
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explaining, being a Complete Library of
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2,0(10 Illustrations and :il Full-page En
gravings; nnd 115 additional features, the
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History of lteligiotis Denominations, His
tory of the nations, cities, rivers, lakes,
birds, bi.'tists, reptiles, insects, trees, fruits
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Tho plates alone cost $11,000. Wo war
rant this Bible to be us good as those sold
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receipt of 1, to pay tho postago nnd other
expenses, to semi any reader ot this paper
a copy of tho Holy Bible, with a superb
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ors and richly illustrated, entitled "The
Lord's Prayer." This is a kahe conibina
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e-tatkiiF timothy coaki.ey. ut:i:Ar.
'i'lie uiirti-rflaiii'il, hnvhii: tic. n npi'Oliiicd HilmiU-i
mitor il tin' remit' ufTlmotuy I'liuKlcy. lutt- in' tin'
Cnmity nl'Ali'xaiKlcr ul si.iti n Hlmul. ilucos-i-d
hi'rvliv tfivff nut ire tli.M hi- will ui)t'iir iK-fore tlic
County Cnart of AlcMimli-r Cnuuty. Ht tin Court
Huiim", ill C'.iiro. m tlit! .Iiimurvti nn. on the thin!
M imUii.v In JuntiHry nrN!. lit wlilcli lime all iu ru!
liavliiL't'lHiiii a'iti'ii-t mill i-mito iirt; tiotlilnl ami
r qiu-ti'il ti Htti nil f.ir the iirio.' of liuiiiu tte
-nine adjiirtei. All irp"jii iuili'l'teil ! mid ite
are reiiietet to roiiku nimuiliiite i:iymeut to it.e
liiiioil tl:U Ktli iluv.ifNovi'r.hcr. A. I).. :
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ktatk op c!.trr.s iuzi i.wiv.n. m: kasviv
The ii U'lvrri pm-tl hivini: heeii r.ppoiui'il ailniiui
tsn;or of tUe in.itv uf Uifluu Iln.lewixvl. !nte of
til,' tduiity of AirMii.ili r and State uf Illinois, tlti
cuin'il, hereby eives untlce thut lie vt .'l K.jicar be
fine the Comity Court uf Alexander CouiHy. nt the
Court limn"., lii Ciiini. nt llie ,Int;ion- li rtii. on tin
third -Monday In Jnmiary ue.ri. ai which time all
pi r-ui.i' Imvinir claim ;ii'iiiii-t .iid e-tnte are noti
rli'd anl rfjiu -t 'd to at'eiid. for iheparor of htiv
ln' the sine ad.' ti Hftl. All (i.-r-on ni.lebteil to
Miid e-tntc are re'iueti'(i to u.itke iuii.eiliic.e ".
in. nt to the tiuiler-ij;r.i l.
I)n!i .1 thi .'.'ml d:iv ol Nov-nOier. A. IV, 1-T'.i.
MlLfcs CU r.l.f. A.!::,:..:r:iti,r i
My virta.' ot nu executloii to me i'.toi ! by the
Wr'n ot th- Circuit Court of A'i:ni. r t o:inty. m
!:;e "iie ol In mom. In lsvor o! .lam.- 1,.. and il
li.ttn I'. Uuiliday. mi'! a.'tiiu: I jiro u.l lls-krl
i tiinpniiy. I hive Ww nm th..' fo!'.o.vii.i; d'
ri'ie'l lro;ierty. tu-wit: I.o: one. to both
IncliifV.e. In blot k uamluTi'd one' 1 . rnd lot one to
'i'.'ht, i'oth ::,c!'i-!ve. in hloi k uiiuibercl t Il'IiI m.
i:i the tll'tii Hildition tp threlty of (,'niru. Ali-iiiine-r
Comity. Ii:ici!!. inciui'iiiL' l;c'-ure and ;i. rnus-iun
to :; niidt-reet and inairituiu Ir.llii'ui. j". ele . on t he
levee -lope In front of aS. iot. a- n il hi tlteit
from Taylor A: 1'Arfoi.K. ?r".it...'i.eu'.. iut.-.l March
lsli. to.'etfcer with nit iiiel fin i.t.r. t'.ir mill
'.oiler ho:i-e. tlrv kiln, oilic. 'iieii ;iiid ieiliilin.',
u !o'a aiid pr:'li;ie..i';t'jat''il to.' 'Je-r 1thai:
:il tis.uiar. i!o' ajipur.etiaa 'i-. li.-.".::', s. bciier-.
eliL'lli' u. av. inlll. iial'tinus. irfltlu-.'". palile i.t il
otiier i:iat'i:i!ie!V.awi. tnui- aril maclnat" of i-very
kind and ii'-"Tip:ioii lint-'-, ver. Lppei i.iinin.-. be-liiii.'ii:..-
to. nr i'i tuy ay . 'i:-i"it;i:- j.;,r! nnd
i ! of. or i"d in. wcat known tii :he c airo liux
nnd I'.K-ket (.'o.jjiu'y Fa'-tory; .vhicli I PttuW oil r at
P'lblic e:.. !;.. on the jjr-iiii-f. a above -crihed.
n. the li lib li'lditicn to tie -; : v uf Cairo, lonntv uf
Ale.'.i.n'ler am; Mat
Decern ber. 1; . at ::
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J"HN !!": ris.
XO PATENT, -NO PAY
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oM'iire il for mechanic!.! device, nu-i'.iof,1. or other
(ouij.ou.k.. i'iii&mentai derii;ns. trade-mark" anj
Ifcl't-i". Caveat. Ai-M7i.niei.;s. Intern rere lu
frinv'i'n.er,ts. and ail mur.cr rvatins: to 1'utentn,
) romiitly attended -o We make nrelimii.a y ex
amination and fnrnifh opinioiic a- to i-ateutabiii-ty.
ii ee of r!.i!i-.'e. and ail who are int'-roicd in ne-.v
inventions ami I'a'.er.i? are invited to cend for a
ni'i'V nt our ' wnide for oiitainii.i; fial'-ntH," which
is K-ut free to i.y adddrc-!'. Mel cuLtaii.s romriiete
instrm lion- t.o-.vto oiirain Putenre atd other valu
able niat'er. Dtiriiutbe five years we have
oMaire'd nearlv three tht.sruii'l 1'tteiitn fur Arin rl-
rail klq r oreiii in', eior-. and i an pive a'ii.fac
relef noe m a'n.o' t v rv rmin-v in the I Clon .
Atldrem: I.ofIS HA'itiKH&'iO.. Solici!or if
Patei.'j a hi'. Ariorreyj- nt Law, i.e Iiroit Uli'.iilni:
Wa).;iii'ti.n, ). i '.
r ' ?W A YEAS, or " to
v. I , I II i a dav in t-onr ov. n lot a'.i'.v
J E 11 N'orik Wommdoaf e.i
fill I I t as men Mecv make moie
tf '.hau t!.e ituiount fti.ted
above. No one tan fail to
make mor.-y fn-t. Any one can do the work. Yoj ,
inn tMit,.. i'pitti 'tw to J an hour by devoting your
-veiiit:2s niii: tntv tlm to tlte hnoitien. It em.t
rothini: to tiy th" bti-lnep". Nothing' like It li r 1
u.oLey mukii:.' everolf"red before, luirlneis ib-li- j
nr.! r.m! -trictly honorable. Header, if you want to
know all about the bent ).ayit.'.' bt-Hii'-rf before the '
imbiic. -end u your addrei! ami we will cei'd you I
l;;lj i,Hrti''u;ar" and private termt free: fanipl" j
wor'li ') al-ofree; vou can then make np virr
mil d ..rvotir-e!f. A'ldri'c OEOliGE STlXSO.N 1
fc i j. Portland. Maine. I
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WOOD AN'D COAL.
(1 V. WIIKELEIl,
Dealer in all kind of
Cord AVood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
A SPKCIAXTY. '
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or rtn-t bv wenmircH holntr enpoHi'd 10 air.
Milk ilelivired twice a ilaj,
SEALED IN DINT DOTTLES.
Try II and nee lor yoursclvcf .
U0 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR 1
Cash on delivery of ticket.
rn v AT
m w i i
L JL Lj i in
A Spooilie Kenieily For All
D I S'E A.SJCS
For Ii bility, Lof of Memory, indifpoi-itinn Id
Kxertiun or Hi'lii"H", ShornuM of llreath.
Troubled with ThuiicbtH of Din'ime. Uinineiis ot
Y'.fiou, I'aiii in the Hark, Che-t, and Hem!. Hindi of
IJlood to the Head, l'ale Cotir.ter.nnre and lry Skiu.
If iheftf rvtiiiitom are allowed to to oli, verv
frequeniiy Kiiilep'.ic Kitnand Conanipti'iti follow.
When tile institution become atlected it reiiilrei"
the aid of an ir.vicoratini: medicine to in ntiieii
and tone up tl:e (ystem wbich
I-0F.S IN FAEKY CASE.
Tiv hrv ri m,.fk. l-rrw...
It in prijcr.bed
ill uvir t Ft world
mort t'laiLeni f,tjlciai: all
Aches and Pains,
General 111 Health.
Nervous Com pl'ts
Female Complaints, gtc.
Head rhe. Pain in the etioiilderp. Con-th, I)zi
tieci). Sour Stomach Kruptioni', !!! Taste in th.i
Mouth, Palpitation of thu Heart, Pain in the re
iriou of the Kidn- y'B. and a thousund other painful
rympiomi., an- the olIrprlDB of UyHpepcia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And fiiiiiulatei" the torpid Liver. Bowel.", and Kid
ney to healthy action, in cleunrlm; the blood ol
all impurities and Imparting ntw life anil vigor to
the w hole cyntem,
A c Inlii trial will he sufficient to convinoe the
most heditatniK of its valnablo ri'uiedial qualltieit,
PRICE PER BOTTLE
Or Six Bottles for $5.
Deliverer) to any addresn free from observation.
"ratlonts" may commit by letter, receiving tho
enme ntiention an by cuIHiir.
Competent physician attend to corrccpondentH.
All letters nhoiild be (dilrenaed to,
H. T. IIELMIJ0LI).
Dnijjsist and Clieinist,
See that tlw private Proprieta
ry Stamp on eacli bottle.
SOLD KVEH YW1IK11E
SiC O A.LT AT TT. T!
-THE ELECTING CLEAX8E1I.
HAS NO EQUAL FOK (iENERAL 1 1 0 U S E C L E A N I N( J
PUIU'OSES, FOIi WASHING CLOTH J-N
FOR THE IJATII, ctC, .tC.
Tor Cleaninjc Paint, Vumistif.1 Surfaces, Window Oh-i'Miirors (;,1 j. .,;,
MarW.., Piunos, Sewing 5Incl.incs,FuriiitiinS Oil (lot!,,., silver Wnn, Sln.w Cases.
Cut Glass, (;iu1v.s, Cum Fixturre; li. movis PiM, ,.,.,1 Tar from tU HflHiln' or !,.t:j, J
rcmlilv, Ac, Ac.
VOW USE AS A DISINFECTANT -nL'Ii,:
Anytliinir Soiled l,v Ol L oi- O li KAsK.'bv Vliv or J Vn
M1 -Markor by Din or.-my kind, it dean
WITHOUT SOAP OJi WATKH.
T..Wr.i.,iN Co, in. (..,- ll.as. -i.id.oitilne in my f,;n.!:vM, HI,.,; ;,u the yul.ttU. .
eliiimlnrit. It N n rt.'UUiy superior to m l a a iliaiin r and niuili ,,. o,.o,ilu ,,..
non falir." without liiluriii,. th- t.-xtute or chanhw fart color, n , ;,. .,. ,, ln,,. .i ,, a , Z '
nor;. Il u!"(ihea!n.ore and cliappeilnandii readily, lienp-'ctfully youi. "
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. T" T '"'I V"" 'SZ l'NV" UW W" a""C in l"'r "' V:e." an le ,
i.i tin, city, and l.nd ,t one of the moM ,,! thi. ;', fr family v Uvo ,.(.r klln r, a , ' ,.
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and valuable artnle at a low C-ure comp-tiui mil, t:,,.e S,M. iik,. s;i;,.
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coalineliiitMruepm.nbernrethepubli,. I, , .j thin... BIUhould be p io rally u-, " " "' '
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Undconilne to be all that f .lainod for It. ud iL'-:.Mly :, c, n.m, nd It -f. ntrali. UlinoN,
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All lead.,,,. croivrav.il-.I.a-.e it, ,n,! cm, p,.y .. :r , . r. , , , !:Jv
bf. at .11 time, obtainable at
U-.uU of Fiiiiiiliis ill Call ;lll,l (i,t a San.j.I.s Pi.c f,n Tii'al. at .mi- stue.
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Adilre-s l-lo: Clioieau Avon
We Doire tu call Your attention to Our
4TEXT STEAM C;YLLI)E1t V,
WHICH IS NOW COJ.'INi; IMUdK.NKKAl, csj;.
AVAJ.Ti:irS PATIENT JSCAI1C or
FOR STEAM CY IVI NADERS.
NO MOKE CYLINDER
I call Hits attention f prt.pri.itors of Stem. Knginc to tho ,1SP of ,lis v,llvp , h
agn'tt 8vi offnol is , flctc,l. Tho Valve bdng clos.,1 tho Emission orht;mu wA
op,n W,on rxlmtistin, , ,.nginc ig not IiaW lo m ()f m
accumulate in the cylin.l.r-tlui Valve opening or shutting nutomat.cnlly at each stroke.
Tho eyliti.l.'riH'pt.lry when tho engine is not working, as the Valves are then kept
open by a K,.iral spring, Tho Vulva will pay its pricJ iu tll0 MVjDa of Au, iu a
eliort time, and will lust over ten yearn,
Instate .ml County Right for Sale. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 C1...H au
rVronuc, St. Ixjuw.
OF THE WOULD!
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HEADS UliOKKX OUT.