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'E. A. Burnett. Cairo, Illlnoia "
unlyJIorninff Daily in Southern Illinois
1 .Ai-gest Circulation ol any Daily In
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Oen. Guast completed Lis circuit of the
globe at Philadelphia. His reception there
was very enthusiastic. The procession is
said to have contained thirty thousand
Tub Courier-Journal is indignant that it
should he charged with squinting toward a
third term for Grunt, and it declares that
its recent cxhuberance of spirits, while the
third-termer was the guest ot Kentucky at
Louisville, war merely by way of enmpli
The introduction by Mr. Manning, of
Mississippi, of a resolution calling for a list
Of those 'fraudulent' claims which Secretary
Sherman asserts have been paid out of the
treasury, has excited the politicians in
Washington, most of whom doubt that
"John" cau make good his statement.
Hayes tells the Republicans to support
Bayard, and Sherman says the same, add
ing, "there is no time like the present for
repealing the legal-tender bill." But
Blaine and the stalwarts are opposed. Now
let all the Democrats follow Buynrd'a lead
and we are certain of a victory in 1880.
The president admits as much.
Mit. Joiix W.Gakiiett, of Baltimore, who
last Wednesday was re-elected president
of the Baltimore and Ohio railrond com
pany, Tins held that office for twenty-one
consecutive years. Very much of the re
cent great advancement of Baltimoreits
export and import trade, particularly is
due to his fore-sight and enterprise.
A very queer case has just been .decided
by the British war office. An application
lor pension was sent in by the widow of
the Itoman Catholic chaplain attached to a
certain regiment now stationed in tho
West Indias. The widow of a priest
sounded a little startling, and the matter
has been fully investigated. However, tho
law officers report to tho effect that the
widow's claim is just. Although of course,
prohibited by the laws of the church to
which she belongs, yet a priest's marriage
ia, it seems, perfectly valid at common law,
has made good her application.
JIk. W. V. Turxek, a colored editor of
North Carolina, a man of experience and
intelligence, says that the statement that
thousands of negroes lined the public roads
of that State, making their exodus north,
u all stuff, and that in less than a week the
movement will bo over. "On my way to
"Washington," he says, "it was only hero
and there that little bands could bo seen
waiting for the train as a means to get otf.
Those who have left, or will leave, are gen
rrally the most ignorant, restless and un
stable of tho population. They do not
represent the colored race of the State."
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
OMDWOHK IS CONGRESS. KXPE.VSIVK SU
FKRFIlilTlKS. DIPLOMATIC Hl'M DUOOHY.
v Washington, Dec. lltu, 1870.
From (onr Regular Correspondent .
There secma to be a disposition iu Con
gress to take time by tho forelock and
pass appropriation bills early in tho session.
Two of these bills have already been passed,
And it is expected that two more, the Mili
tary Academy aud the Consulorand Diplo
inatic bills will be passed before the ad
journment for the holidays, which has been
fixed for Friday, the 19th. , The committee
has abandoned .the idea of attempting to
roduco the salaries of some of the high
priced foreign missions and abolishing
others. After conversation with Senators
thev have becomo convinced that a bill
favoring reduction or abolition would
meet with resistance and defeat in tho
Senate. If the bills arc presented with tho
same figures that passed last year they will
pass with but little' dobato in either Nouso
of Congress. This easy acquiescence in
time honored extravsganco is not of tho
spirit of reform. Tho official corps of tho
United States army already numbers over
two thousand men; A greater disposition
of rank to file than any other army in the
world presents. Hut West Point still con
tinues to send out its graduates, who hare
been educated at Government expense, and
who must be supported with increasing
pensions to the day of their death.
Again what io have we for a foreign
diplomatic service. We have not and can
not have such relations with European na
tions as they have with each other, mak
ing it necessary lor them to glare
upon each other Irom casemates protected
by uiilions of bayonets.' But even iu
Europe diplomacy, in the old einbo-ssa-dorial
sense, is a thing of the past. Steam,
electricity, and the printing press killed it.
If Bismarck or Disraeli should wait for ini- I
portant information irom their ministers at j
different courts, they would be from
twenty-four hours to two weeks behind the
lounger?, in London aud Berlin,who read the
papers. If Bismarck wishes to form a dc- '
pensive alliance with Austria it is no longer
ncctssary to dispatch a courier oil horseback,
as in the days of Talleyrand and Matter
nidi. He gets on a special train and the
business is transacted in a day. Tor the
very slight, so-culled, diplomatic relations
that we have with European countries, it
would be much cheaper for Mr. Evarts to
use the Atlantic cable, even at $3 per word,
than to support a corps of supernumerary
so-called diplomats at foreign courts. It is
only necessary- for one to observe ilie repre
sentatives of foreign courts here to realize
how absurd it is for us to maintain this
worm-eaten tradition abroad. The diplo
mats here, from Sir Edward Thornton,
down to the Minister Extraordinary nnd
Embassador Plenipotentiary from tho
Samoan Island.-., have absolutely nothing
to do. Foreigners are able to do nothing
with charming eloquence. The so-called
better classes have been bred otiuni cum
dignitate arts until they are second nature.
But these arts are not, aud, it is devoutly
to be hoped, will never be our ideal. Tho
men we send abroad are grotesque bung
lers us carpet knights, or in any situation
where they cannot haje the privilege of
making n stump speech. Dolce far nicrite
manners are not suited to tlia genius of our
institutions or to the habitsof our men.
JUST ONE CONFEDERATE,
f raukfort Yeoman.
There is at least one Southern man, one
Confederate in Kentucky, who, being smit
ten upon the rikt cheek, turns also the
left. The Courier-Journal yesterday, for
getting everything, blotting and blurring all
vestiges of recollection, threw open the
doors of its home, and bade its household
sing te Deum laudamus to the t riumphal
appearance of Grant. Only a little time
ago all the latch strings of the South were
broken by his violence, and domestic peace
dissipated by his marauding.
There was something chivalrous in the
net of Rhoderick Dhu when, in the rock::
upon the mountain side, he met Fitz James,
bewildered, and shared with liim his deer
flesh and his chieftain's plaid. It was not
only chivalrous, but it was hospitable iu
the fullest sense
"To email a 'earicd mini were i-hamo,
And Hrunn:T Is a holy name.''
But there is no parallel between the act
of Louisville and that of tho Highlander.
There was no genuine element of hospital
ity iu any feature of the pomp, parade, nnd
glitter of yesterday's entertainment in that
city. It was divewted of all color ot gener
osity, and bore not tho remotest indication
There is a false teaching with regnrd to
this idea of hospitality. It does not mean
to entertain where there is no necessity for
entertainment. It does not mean that all
good things shall be lavished upon tho&u
who are already sated with good things,
and beyond wiiosc reach there is nothing
to gratify the appetite or add to the physi
cal comfort. In homely but very expres
sivc languagc, the "hospitality" to Grant at
Louisville was nothing more than "greesing
the fat sow." All other features of this af
fair to Democrats and to Southern men,, wo
think, should have been repulsive.
Mn. John Si,iil.kykh, the proprietor of
the Chilton, Wis., Volksbote, a progressive
German Weekly, gratified us with tho fol
lowing: "With pleasure I add mv testi
monial to the many already given in favor
of St. Jacob's oil,.which 1 had occasion to
test. I suffered extreme pains in tho back
of my neck, which wero almost unbearable.
Having heard of St. Jacob's Oil, I diH
patched one of my men to tho nearest drug
store, procured a bottle and nomini'uced to
apply it at once. Thep.iiu subsided, and
ou the next morning I was all right again.
OLD IKE AND GEN, GRAN f.
Jlanner, 1 decline da Invithshiio to der
Grant insepshun at der Gault Talwrn, fom
der fac' dat I iiiub' lay in mo' coal or frcezu ;
an' seckumly, I nubur could w'ar Vr swal
lur tail coat. I'so too fat. Do tails'd stick
out like mule's ears w'aii hi,'s skoured, and
do ladies 'd take me for a gubmeut Oksifor
som sort or rudder. No, Banner. Send d
ku'ard back to Mistoo Grant wid my com-ple-ments,
an' toll 'im I ain't wall, nohow
we'll wait an' go to der suckui, honev.
sad git er to seat. Wat-eryer weepi'n'
Iwutl 'Causo can't go, Lao. Ilauner, you
CAIRO BUUETIK: FKIDAY MOBN1NO, DECEIVER 19, 1579,
can't danco do round dance, 'an ycr too
full-breasted in dor waist tor go ter dt
blow-out fo' ornyment. No, madinn 1 Pats
A LAWYElToF THE OLDEN TIME.
Peter Stephen Duponccati, who came
Irom Franco to this country as private secre
tary to Baron Steuben, was ad
mitted to the bar in the
year 1783. His acquaintance with the lan
guages of continental Europe secured him
a large practice, which did not prevent his
laying much attention to tho learned socle'
tias, of which he was a promiucnt member.
A young tuan called on him for advice
and began his story thus: ,lMr. Dupon
ceau, my father diod, and made a will,"
"Is it possible?" said Mr. Duponceau;
"I never heard of such n thing!'1
"I thought it huppened every day," said
"This is the first case of tho kind that I
ever heard of," said Mr. Duponceau.
"Well," said the young man, "if there is
likely to be any trouble about, it I had bet
ter uivc you a foe," which ho did. .
Oh," said Mr. Duponceau, now I think
I know what you mean. You mean that
your father made a will, and died. Yes,
yes. that must be it; that must be it."
I iiavk had much experience among
athetotics, ball players,, gymnasts, etc.,
and can testify to the virtues of Giles'
Iodide Amonia Linament for discoloration,
Bruises, and soreness of the Muscles and
cords after violent exercises.
Wu.ma MacMauon, Avgyle Room,
Sixth avcnui eor yOlli street, N. Y.
Oii.es' Iin.s cures Flatulency.,
No Mkdicinr has ever been invented to
prevent death! Tho best that can be flono
is to assist nature iu keeping the functions
of the body in a condition of healt Tittle
life lasts. For biliousness, liver compltiuts,
costiveness, dyspepsia, aud all ftcmaeh
disorders take Mott's Liver Pills.
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, iter
vous weakness, early decay, lors of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that ;vill
cure you, fkkk cp chakoe. This great
remedy was discovered by a rafcsinnary it
South America. Send a self-addressed en
vuiopo to the Rj;v. JoaitPH T. I .swan, Sta
tion D. New York City.
If You Ann Sick, Reao tho Kidnny
Wort advcrt'wmeut in another column, and
it will explain to you the rational method
of getting well. Kidney-Wort will rhio
you more doctor's bills than any other
medicine known. Acting with specitic en
ergy .'ii the kidneys and liver, it euros the
woM diseases caused by their derange
ment. A Lapy's Wish: "Oh, how I do .ish
my skin was as clear aud soft as your-,"
said n lady to her friend. "You can ca-jly
make it so," answered the friend. "How (''
inquired the first lady, "By using Hop
Bitters, that makes pure rich blood "and
blooming health. It did it for mi, a you
Causu and Effect:--The main can -; of
nervousness is indigestion, and that is
caused by weakness of the stomach. No
one cau have sound nerves and good health
without using Hop Bitters to strengthen
tin; stomach, purify the blood, r.nd keep
the liver and kidneys active, to carry off
all poNonniis and waft. matter .f V. -. sys
tem. Z.unksvii.u:, Ohio, S'-pt. 10, 178.
Messrs. Morgan & Alien, 59 John St., New
York City :
Dear Sirs I am-pleased toiufonnyoti that
father is almost as well as he ever was. His
appetite is improving daily; he does not
have to get up during the night, whereas
he used to get up every half hour. lie re
marked at the supper-table this evening
that he felt so well better than he had fir
several years. The quantity of urine now
passed iu the twenty-four hours does not
exceed one-quart the proper quantify
quite a drop from 8 J ft gallons. Will do as
you say, let him eat anything, and if any
return of the disease you will hear from
me. Yours very truly, Jno. L. Smith.
Zanesvili.E, Nov. 7, 1S78.
Mes-rs. Morgan A. Allen, OtJ John St. Ne
Dear Sirs It has been some time since I
wiote you in regard to how father was get
ting along. So I thought I would write te
you to-day. I am happy to say that he it
entirely well, has been cured with less than
three bottles ol Constitution Water. Since
he has been taking the Constitution Water,
we have heard of a good many cases cf dia
betes in this city. One lady especially has
it, very bad. When we first heard of her
she was down in bed with it. She bought
one bottle of Constitution Water, and, after
taking a few doses, was uble to sit up.
Send me as many circulars as you can for
the ciclosed stnrnpa. There are a great
many persons that want them.
Yours very truly, Jno. L. Smith.
Ask your druggist for it.
AT II. MARFAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
"mrtucnth Ht. and WaalilUKtoB avonue, Cairo.
')R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Own No. 13B Comnivrclal lAvennc, between
hlrfhth and Ninth Ktroeu )
-)R. W. C. JOCELYN, j
D K NT I ST.
OFKlfE-KlKhlli Street, near Commercial Arcane.
Notary Public iiml Conveyanc'r,
omCK :-WtlU the Widows' find Oorpnana' II a
aal Aid Bocluty.
A1TO H N K Y H AT- L A W ,
INEUAR & LANSDEN,
OKKICE-N0. lit Commercial Arenue,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
Tsodiri or dust by mcaaurua blnr expoaedto sir.
At Ilk delivered twice a day, .
SEALED IN TINT BOTTLES.
Try It and nee lor yooraelve.
3D PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
I'atb ou delivery of tlckcta.
MRS. M. A. SWAN DER,
Winter's Block, Comer Seventh (Street and Com
Desire lo inform the citizen of Cairo and vicinity,
New and Large Stock of Goods
Wheh hIii! will Kfll at altcaliont. conitIiiR of
Hats and Bonnets,
Acd Fine Imported Hose for Ludira aud I'hiUIfn.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All tho very latent deelpn. Pricea a low a po
ciblearid cfooiln marked In pliln flrTri'. Will not
he umli-rnild. t all and examine. No trouble to
how (roods Ladle who do not Hee wusl tliry
want wll'kaci aU frr l.
WOOD AX 1) COAL.
Qt AY. WHEELER,
Dealer lu all kind" of
Cord Wood, Stove' Wood,
BIG iMUDDY COAL
a si' i:c i a irv-
WOOU AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wnnhington and
Whereus, ou the fourth day of November, A. D.
17S, Emerald F. llavla executed urn! delivered to
Henry Wells, tue umler-lsned, for the use of the
Alexander county Hunk, hi certain promweory
nute of that dt. for three thoitsmid dolls paya
ble to the order of of aald lleury Weha fortheti-e
aforesaid, one )e.ir after th date th'-reuf. with In
terest at the rate of teu'per cenl yier annum troin
the (Into of said note, aud BL the. smiie lime and
date executed, acknowledged and delivered to eaid
lleury Welle, for the iir. al'ore-i.id. a certain rale
moitae ou Iota numbered tbirty-otie till and
thirty-two CU) lu Mock numbered twenty lour Oil)
and lot numbered a-ven (7) aud eiht s'i in block
numbered tlity-one (Til) in the ei'v of Cairn county
of Alexander aud State ol Illinois, to secure the
payment uf said prumisHory note; wliith said sale
mortijae routuina it power of fUc aiiihuriziiiif said
Henry V!U. iu case of defuiill In the payment ot
said note or anj part thereof, tosellaaid premises,
or any part thereof, m.d ull equity of redt-mptiou
thernu at public vendue to the uii;liei bidder for
cash, at the court house lu Cairo aforesaid, after
tlrst I'ltlng twenty dnva nolii e of the tunc, place
and terms or sa'd sale, as will more fullv appear
by reference to the record of said nnnij-iiae wiiirh
w'ns recorded in the recoider's ofllce In rulroafore
aald on the tth day of November. A. 1. I-7S, In
buck "'.'' on pB4 oSl.
And. wbereus, default has been made In the pay
ment of Siiiid note and every part thereof, and ihe
wbolcof suid note beln-now due an I unpaid: now,
therci'ore. the fTudersiencd will, on Tuesday, the
i:ith day of Junuarv, A D. IrvW, at the hour of two
(Ji o'( lorl; p. in of suid dav, at the wei-terly door
of the court house, iu Cairn aforesaid, sell the said
pr 'mlscs aud all equity uf redemption therein, or
o much thereof an tnuv he neeoseary to pay oil' and
discharge the said Hole, and llie expenses of snld
sail', to the hl.'hot bidder fur cah In hand, and
will make and execute lo the purchaser or purchas
ers, zo.id ;ind HuOicienf deed, or deeds, lor the
pmF-es so sold. HUSKY WJiU.H, .Mortal e.
t alro, III . Ic la, H7f.
OTATE OF ILLINOIS. (
County of Alexander. I f'iicait court of Ak-xan-
ander Couiity, February Tiriu, A. U. lrSri.
MattlC J. Shea,
vs. Divorce.-Iu Chancery.
Affidavit oT the non rodeiice of Richard Shea,
the dcfr iidntit above named. I,utI:ii been tiled in the
ol'.lc i) of the l.'ierk of said Circuit Court ol Alexan
der ci'liitv, iiolieu is hei(;by "Iveu to the said lion
rjpi ien! (ielendimts, that tie: complaiuaiu ban tiled
her bill ol complaint in said Court on the Chutcery
side thereof m the Sill dsy of December, A. D IHV'.i,
and Ibul u s innmons thcruiipou isc,cd out of sa il
Court liL-uih-t hbuI defetidatit, retufnnblo on the ill"
Monday O' February, A. D. ltwJ, us ia by law re
uulnirt. Now, therefore, unless you. the said liichatd Shea
shall perotml.y be una appear iiclore the sain cir
cuit Court of Alexander county on the first day of
the next term thereof. In he liolden t the Court
lion" in the Citvol' Cairo, In aid comity, on the
iii.d Monday of Vebiuary, A, ! and plead,
answer or demur o the snid cninplaluuut'i bill of
complain', the same, aed the matters and thihL's
therein charged nnd dated, will be taken us con
fessed, anil a decree enteioU Hirulnt vou according
to the jiiuyei oi' said bill. JOHN A. Hfclf.VK.
CBu W. IIl'.NPKli km, Clerk,
t oniploinsiit'-' Solicitor.
Cairo, Due Ktli, A I. 1S',!I.
ION FOR PARDON.
Notice Is lu iebv plven thai 1 will, on tho Pi't day
of January, or a soon thereafter aa 1 cau ohlalu a
henrliit. ai'ptv lo his Kxcellcnry the liovernor of
the Slate of Illinois, for a pardon Horn a I lie seu
U'lire pronoiiiiceil uifulnst rue In thu Circuit Court
of Alexander county, IlliuoK at the April Term ol
the Alexander llonnty Circuit Couit, A. D. isr-j,
under which 1 am now cot fined In the state's Pris
on at Jollet,
This. atb. dav of December IW.
CIIAIti.KS WALKER, Petitioner.
Ily vlrtuo ol an execution to mn directed, by the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, In
the Htutu of Illinois, In favor of .lames Bell and Wil
liam 1'. Hallldav. and uealnitCalro liox and llasket
Company I hve levied upon tho following de
Mcrlbeil properlv, to-wll: Lots one to eluht. both
Inclusive, In block numbered one (1 band lota one lo
elhl, both inclusive, In block numbered ele,ht(S,
In tbo tin li addition to the city of Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, Ineltidliu Hcoi'M and permission
to uso and erect and maintain bulldlns, etc., on the
leveu slopri In front of said lots, as specified In deed
irnm Taylor & I'lirsnn. trusteas, etc., dated March
vilsi, is;!, loirether with all and sintular, the mill
boiler house, drv kiln, onlce. sheds and btilldlni!.
on said lots and premle,altaated together with all
and singular, the appurtenances, fixtures, hollers,
eiiKinea, saw mill, shal'tlnes, beltiiiKs, pulliea and
other machinery. awa, tools and machines, of every
kind and description whatauuver, appertaining, he
IoiiuIiik to, or In any way conatltutlnff part and lur
ed of, or used lu. what Is known as the Culro llox
and Hasket. Company Factory; which I shall offer at
public vendue, no tho premises, as abuvu described,
hi tho fifth addition to the city ol Cairo, county of
Aluiand.tr and .state of Illinois, on Ihu Wd day of
December 1H7M. at 10 o'clock, a.m.
IJ.ite.l this, Cairo, Illinois, I'M day of November,
A' D" im' JOHN 1IODOKS. Sheriff.
fittA tiinrtn,,IV0Mt'dtn WalllteetH!ocki
Oil 10 ip I UlVnukos fortune every month.
Monk sent free explalnlnii everything. Addrcsi
1IAXXER4C0.. Bunkers, 7 Wall bt, New vrk.
SMC OALINB !l
-THE -ELECTJUC CIEAN8M.-
HAS NO EQUAL FOR (iENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANL(J
PURPOSES,fFOR AVAS1IING CLOTHES,
FOR THE BATH, AC, SiC.
For Clenniug Taint, Ynruibhed Surfaces, Window Class, Mirrors, Coid Y:li,(.
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases, Hroraes,
Cut Glass, Globes, Oas Fixtures: lhmoves Pitch and Tur from the Hands or Clothing
readfly, 4c. &c.
FOR F8K AS A DISINFECTANT M,R,NiTW ll,iC
Anything oikilbvOIJ. or QHIOASMJiv Flici- ov I Vn
cil .Mai'ks,or ly Dirt ofuny kind.it will 'l an
"av i rr ii o u rr s o a i o h a t v: h .
To Wr.sn.HK CoAi.isg l OMi-ANY-1 have und Coaliije ii wy family and i.i it a.l lie Kut.uu larer
claim lor it. It is eerUlLly superior to joap as a clt anser and mnrb more eeoLoroicai It rmicns rt.r!
ro:u fabrics without Injurlui; the textare or cbanirluz fast colon. Ittleau UebMd4bd i..ave!,,- .in
oft. It also heals sores and chapped Hands readily. Kespeclfully yoorc,
WILLIAM S. KVKHETT. UlCottagv drove Ave ,Cl.ic;
Toii:k Wi Mtn.N l oAUNit Co Wc havo bacn jmdk Id ocr family "t'oallue." an tide maiinfa1.r J
lu this city, and find It ono of the most ucful thins for family use we have ever known t r heard of. IV
washlnj. scruhhin?. cleaning rIbss. sliver, taking R!eac spots out of clothing and carpets, etc., we ih:.k
it nay no equal Kverv family should have it. The pi ice i to low as to brims it within the n a,-hil v.-y
body. lhlcac;o. SlaySd. IK?.'. I.. 11. CALKIN.
fay-IS THE ONLY Washm; Compound sold inilnlk. and stririlj for ath. :ltg the t.ih;ik a n
and vi.lcabli. article at a low tljturc caipetlne with stajilu i;oods like Soap.
The foliowlne testimonials from persens wilh wkcm mi,ny inCairo and vicinity are acqnirKil. pitic
coalinc ln its true position before Ihe public. It Is a good tbir.i;, and rhotiid be gei.trt.lly used. ,
I have UM-ri coaliue In my bonne. It save labor and te clnthi s. ard is incipennTc. I , u.4 !,.
be without it -Centralis, III., August IStb, 1STS. Miss. JAM KS McKAIL
I findcmillnc to be all that js claimed for it. und ibuifuii) rciorxrcrd It -Ccntr.vla, Jlimi,.,
August ls;th, 1ST'.'. -MRS. D. 01I.EY.
1 have used coalinc to clean head liebts ai f nsmrs. where the dirt it taruS(!. ltd la usually thar.c I
with concentrated Ivc. I found coalino ado the ork fully well as ota.h, rithent its initio
effects.-Centralla, 111., Anfitial 19th, 1ST1'. C. UILI.S, Foreman Psint Shp, I. f. It y
All leading crocen will have it. and n.n si pp'y ili.-ir tntcw; in a frw days I: it u it J .
b'-. at all time, ohtuinible st
Genera I A ents.
Heads of Fmnilies will Call and iht a Smrjile. Frc for Trial, at our Slor3
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. ( VMM)l.R VALVK.
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Address l-lo:? Clieleau Avt niic. St. Louis.
Wc Dosirc to call Your si tt out ion to Our
'PATENT STEAM CYLINDER. VALVE,"
"WHICH IS NOW COMING INTO Gl'.NFHAL Y.
AVALTKlfS l?A.rL,K'iN'T lSCA.IM Olt
NO MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors of Steam Kngiui-H to the use of this Valve, by ,!iidi
a great saving of fuel is effected. Tho Valve being closed on the admission of steam nut
open when exhaustinj,', tho engine ia not Halle to et out of line, as uo water is allowed b
accumulate in the cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each utrokc.
The cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as the Valves are then kept
opeu by a spiral spring. The Valvo will pay its price in the saving of find in a vary
aliOTt time, aud will last over ten yean.
fcgTStato and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in femu at J40D Cbttcja
rVvcinie, St. Louis.
OF THE WOULD !
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HEADS I HI OK EN OUT,