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li:th additional nqiiaro ? "
-jDral notice. . .. .
bitaariea and reaolutjomj pawed by ocietkn
t n cent per line.
Iait and marring free
tM iiijertlon.pcr nqiiare $ 1 J)J
; anla-mlart &nt will e rharncd accord
Vfi l Mh5VpMOfCtipiHl,ttbOVO ra.ca-tberc bo
C1 A" . f ..;n,i tvnn fo the Inch.
nK7;rtSi: e oner .p.-rior Ini ce
Juta. both aMo rates orchard and manner of
''ilStV.ir.i'tncon per Ur, for nr.t l.s.r
ion u-uwntt p lto for each nln'l iu"r"
J?J..-, - - -... v, fennA nn Sic at Ceo. P. Rovell
iothepuhlleareat.au time, acceptable. K.-Joc.ed
mauoacript" will not he returned. . ,,,.,
Lettm and communications should be dure6i'd
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miy Movisf Daily in Southern Illinois
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V Amthfini llunoia.
Official papkb ok Alexander county.
Tii ii Chicago Ti tries, releiriji to the stal
wart cry of fraud in the Maine count, re
marks tliat the men who stole the Republic
are amazingly afr.dd somebody will yobhle
DeaXM Keaknkv talks of going to Ire
laud and taking a hand in the pending
battle. Should he do so he would soon
discover that tin.- Englishmen won't stand
tho style of chin-music that. Deuir.s has so
long indulged iu at the sand-lot. They
would have him under lock and key in-
Htanter. Di?nnis mouth would probably do
the work in about five minutes' tint1.
Kfj'ukmcan leaders at Washington, feel
Ing that they have little hope of electing
the next President, are discussing the pro
priety of changing the mode of electing
Presidential Electors in tlx State of New
York, so that the Republican party can se
cure more than the lion's share of Electors.
The project may bo undertaken, but the
"trick" may fail with tho people ncver.he
bia. Having seated one President who was
noi elected, it is not likely the Republicans
will be allowed to seat another one through
triekerv or innovation. .
Tiilkk is h growing desire, conspicu
ously in the East, for the revival of the
bankrupt law. The. subject will be press
ed before Congress at the present sewon by
commercial men who are interesting them
selves in the subject, and it will be a mat
ter of no surprisu if some sort of law
should be enacted. The National Board
of trade at Washington last week unani
mously adopted a report relative to the re
enactment of a bankrupt law. The report
holds that in such re-enactment, there arc
two cardinal features which should be
fully recognized, viz: First that expenses
incurred iu the administration of the law
fcbould be reduced to tho lowest possible
figures according fo a tlxcd schedule of
charges; second, that all exemptious al
lowed to debtors should bo particularly
specified in such law, ami should be in
lieu of all State exemptions.
The 'Sow York Graphic, and a hard
money capitalist, gives the grccbacker1 a
Tift after this fashion. If Sherntan and
the Graphic's man keep on, all that the
grcenbackcrH need to do is to stand stili
and bco tho salvation of our God. The
The arguments against Senator Bay
ard's resolution were summed tip by a
gentleman who has always been identi
fiod with the hard money interest, and
who was an earnest advocate of resump
tion, lie sa'd: ''We want more money
of a gold value and loss gold. The presi
dent wants to retire the loyal tender
greenbacks. Wc want more of them.
Lot tho treasury take our gold, hold it as
Hccurity; and issue in its 1 axe govern
ment notes representing the actunl coin or
"bullion iu store, und we shall have a
gold currency of, actual value, without
all tho rink, uimoyance, expense, and
loss attached to gold.' If we wear out
the notes they can bo replaced; but the
lc on gold coin by abrasion and wear
amounts to fully one eighth per cent per
Annum. It costs us twice as much to , ex-
prt-s It to our country correspondents aa it
do notes; itiovolves building or hiring
vault tor storage, it takes tho time of a
clerk and Involves the cxpenso of bin sal
ary to cemit it, and everytlmo it is handled
it requires a truck lioreo with a trusted
clerk to accompany and watch it, with all
tho attendant risk of loss. Wo want a
gold currency, and not gold. We have tho
greenbacks; let us keep tliem until we llnd
something better.' ,
'Rut you can have all the currency you
wonl by issuing National Bank notes?"
"Yes, and securing them by government
bonds, which wore gobbled up by tho syn
dicate, and which are' held at a premium
nearly a year's interest. That is expen
sive. Everybody except a score or so of
the big banks, wont more government
notes properly secured, and unless tho pres
ident interposes his veto I am givutcly mis
taken if Congress does not give them to us
I have had much experience among
atheletics, ball players,, gymnasts, etc.,
ami can testify to the virtues ot titles
Iodide AmoDia Linameiit for discoloration,
Bmises, and soreness of the Muscles and
cords after violent exercises.
William MacMahox, Argyle Room,
Sixth avenue, cor JOth street, N. Y.
tiu.Ks' Piu-s cures Flatulency.
A DIl'I'iaTESTltLGGLEOXA RUX
Tile police force is now on the lookout
fur a man whose presence is greatly de
Mrl. :nd ti.ou'di his career in a certain
direction is no doubt ended, yet his pres-1
ence m the court and then in the peniten
tiary would add much to the enjoyment
of those v, hose business it is to detect viola
tions of law and see that the violators are
For some time a very daring scries of
robberies hae been perpetratcil oy uoni
and. ot course, bad men along the line of
the Iron Mountain Road between this city
and Benton. At certain points thieves
board the cotton trains and remain con
cealed until a favorable place was reached,
when they would roll off several cotton
bales and then leap from the train. The
cotton would then be sold, and done in so
ply a manner that no questions were asked.
The railroad company had to stand tho loss.
and numerous attempts were m.uie
to detect the robbers, but their work was
so well planned and so skillfully exe
cuted that no discovery was made.
Chief Counts and certain other officials
having been uppried of this illegal, and to
certain parties disastrous '-cotton market,-
held a consultation arid appointed a com
mittee. The "dumping'' place was discov
ered. Constable Washmood was sent down
by rail at night to meet an upcoming train,
while Policeman Adams ana "Little Billy,"
the sergeant, were sent down horseback to
act as a "rushing" party when the time for
action came. Mr. Washmood meeting tho
up-coming train, changed cars. He saw no
suspicious characters. The "dumping''
place was passed. He was just alxjut to re
linquish all hope of detecting the robbers,
when suddenly : man crawled out from
somewhere and mounted the high cotton el
evation. The officer crept in tliut direction.
With a miiihty effort the man who had so
suddenly made his nppearance tumbled a
bale ot cotton lrom tlie train. .Mr. Wash
mood sitramr forward, drew a revolver ud
grappled the man, throwing him on his
breast. Placing tne uiuzzie 01 yie pistol i
against the man's neck the officer exclaimed. (
"If you try to get up I will shoot you." i
"I won't cot up.'" the man replied; "I
won't do anything." but ere he had finished
the lost words he struggled violently.
During the struggle the pistol was knocked
away. Striving desperately and replacing
the weapon as bebt he could, the officer
fired. The man threw his body over the
edge of the cotton bales. In a moment
more both men would have fallen, but
realizing his danger the officer released his
hold and the cotton dealer fell over. Mr.
Washmood ran back to the end of the car
and leaped off. He followed the man for
some distance, but did not succeed in
catching 'him. The blood on his clothes
proved that the man had been wounded,
and the officer thinks tlr.it the mnz.le of
the pihtol was against the robber's urm
when the shot was fired.
The bale of cotton was recovered. The
police und other officers arc on the "watch
out" for the wounded man.
Mrs. Fred. Ehkule, Bellaire, O., was
for a lonj time severely troubled with
Rheumatism. The St. Jacohs Oil instant
ly relieved and iutirely cured her.
Zanksvii.lk, Ohio, Sept. 10, 187.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 59 John St., New
Dear Sirs-I am pleased to inform you that
father is almost as well as he ever was. His
appetite is improving daily, ho dues not
.have to get up during tlie night, whereas
he used to get up every hSlf hour. lie re
marked at the supper-table this evening
that ho felt so well better than he had for
several years. The quantity of urine now
passed in the twenty-four hours does not
exceed one-quart the proper quantity
rpuite a drop lrom !5J gallons. Will do ns
you say, let him eat anything, and if any
. i .i . i! .:n i i
return oi tne uisi-asej you win nutir nuui
me. Yours very truly, Jso. L. Smith.
Zanksvillk, Nov. 7, 1873.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 09 John St. New
Dear Sirs It has been some time since I
wroto you in regard to bow father was get
ting along. So I thought I would write to
you to-day. I am happy to say that lie is
entirely well, haB been cured with less thau
three bottles ot Constitution Water. Siuce
he haB been taking the Constitution Water,
wo have heard of a good many cases of dia
betes in this city. One lady especially 1ms
it very bad. When wc 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 able to hit up.
Send mo as many circulars as you can for
the enclosed stamps. There are a great
many persons tnst wtrnt them.
Yours vory truly, Jko. L. Smitit
Ask your druggist for it.
A Card To all who are sulfurlng from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous w&knew, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, fiikh ok cfarok. This great
remedy w discovered by a missionary ii
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
rnlope to the Kbv. JoriKPH T. IwMAK, 8t.
Hon 1. New York City.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY , MORNING, DECEMBER 20, lW.
y II. MARK AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surffi'on.
Jfllco W On amercliil ftvmun. RcitldenM i corner
" jurietnih 8t. and Wahlnjrton avenno, Cairo.
R. E. W. WI1ITLOCK,
OrFirs No. 1K1 Commercial Avenue, between
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFt'K'K Kluliis BtriM't, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OITK'K: With the Widow' andUurpnana' Jin-
ual Aid Society.
J' INEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN;
The Weekly Bulletin.
I- nr.T Y -E1GII T COLI'MXS
PU1HJSHEI) ON MONDAY
$2.00 Per Annum
11.(0 to Clubs of Ten and Upward!
TO OHIO LEVEE.
Nodlri or lut by nteaoiiren Mog exposed to air.
J! Ilk delivered twice a da),
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it anil see lor ourfclven.
3D PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
I 'ttch ou delivery of ticket).
Winters Work. Corner Seveni li Strict m lid Com
De-ire to inform the citizen or Cairo ami vicinity,
Unit tie has
New and Lup&'e Stock of (Jooils
Which, -lie 111 cell at acti au osr. c..n-1-.iiiiu of
Hats and Bonnets,
AX1 ) HOODS,
And Fine Imported Io.-e for I.ndie un! 'hi'.drei.
11 the very Intent declciiH. Prlei-n a low n lo
ailili and pooitMiiarkeil in plain tlir.ire. Will uot
he undersold, t ail and examine. No trowhle lo
hhow piod) Ladien vho ilo iiot nx wl ai they
w ant vviil ')k:i"i) a-k for I'.
Mat'-of lllllio; i,
Marj- Johu.-ou (
I.ewia F. Juhr.ioll
In tlie Alej iiuh r ('irnlt
Court loiheFelj'y t. nn lsi
Affidavit of to iho noli rc-iih ne oi i.eit. John
Mon, the above iihiued uVfeudiin h .ivina hrcn f.W;)
in the olticecif Ihe Cl-rk of raid intuit o:trt of
Alexander (,'ouiitv, notice i her hy ;;ivi'n lo the
faid I.elt John"ii, ih leitdant. t!mt : romnliin
ant tiled her hill for a divoreo in nii'! Cuiirt. on the
t hsuterv fide thereof, on the eith iluy of AuL'nt
1S'i. and that a fuinmonn lher U(.on UMied out of
aiil Court uctiin-t :)! l,f.,uliit rettiniahle on the
Slid Monday of Fehrttary, A. D. lss", an ia by law
Now utiles- von. Ihe aid I.ev.li- F. .luhncitn shall
peri-oiitiHv h( V.li'l tinpenr in lore Hie said Circuit
I rtiirt ol A!exati''eri.'ouiity, nn the llrst day of the
next t-rtn tii reuf. to he holtJen in Cairo, at the
court lioiwe. in aid enmity, on the cond Mou
day of Ffhrtiarv. A. U. iwo." and plead, anauer or
demur to the couiplainarl' hill of cumiilami. the
mine nuil the nialiera and thin' therein cliarL'ed
and Mated, will he taken confuted unci a ilm ree
entervd a"ain-t von, accuirtinq to the pnivrrof -aid
bill. Ml l.KKY A I.EAK.Comp t Sol r-,
.1DIIN A. HKE.SK.nerk.
Hated thld l'.ith davof ltec. IStfl.
UIITC.U.EE S SALE.
herea. on the fourth day of Novi mlv r. A. I).
I 1SVS. Emerald F. Ilavia executed an rl ili-livcred lo I
; ihoiry Willi", the nnderi.'iiei, for the uk ol the
I Alexander Comity Hank, hi certain promi-KOiy
note ol'tliHl dati". for three Ihotifaml (lulthrn paya- I
' hie to the order of of aald Ileury WelU for the ne i
' atoreriaid. one vear after ihe date thereof, with In
! tereal at the rate of ten per cent per annum from
! the date of wild note, und at tho namu time and ,
i date executed, acknowledged and delivered to taio i
I lli nrv W i''A. for the li' al'ore-i.ld. a certain -ale
mtteji.ai. uu lota numoeretl iinrty-pue Mil ami .
ihirtv-tw.) :i Iu hlmk numhen d twenty four (S-li
and iota iiitinhered fevt-n (i) audeiiht (iiu hlorh ,
nnnihrred (lliy-om; i jl) iu the ei'y oi i aim. comity
of Alexuuder and Mate of Jlinoln. to neenre tlie I
..fvincni of .alil tiromii-orv note: which nil f.tllt I
j m.irli;ai;eciiiitiiiiii a power of -le niittiijri.lui; -aid :
t llenrv Well", in cu.e of default in the payment of
1 ailnoieor any part thereol. 1j ell uiI jiremin-i", I
( ertmv part thereof, and all eititiv of r. dentpiioii j
i t uTi-in at mililie vei:due lo Ihe hitrheM l,i.ii!iT for
eif-n, ai tne conn-noun; in . imw .uwi . r.,,-,, ,,L,
ir.i .ruin., twi nt v davn noiice of the tune, place I
and term- of mid mile. u will more fully appear
iv reference to the record of said inort'tet' which
w recorded in Ihe recorder s oilice in 'airoafore
uiil on the Mb day of November, A. lJ 1".S. in
tnjok ou pau'e aM.
And. wb .vett", default hna been made iu the pay.
tnent of said note and ever-, part thereof, and the
,v hole of i. ltd note beiDiinotv dticanJ unpaid: now,
therefore, the njiderniiieil will, on Tuenday. the
Clth dnv of Jauuarv. A. I). l"l. at the hour of two
.loVloik p. in ol'-aid dav, at the ueMerly door
uf the court rjoUi-e. iii Cairo uforcf aid, sell the mid
ji-emicea and all equity of redemption therein, or
to much thereof a may be necessary to pay nil' unit
ii:hur!c the mid not..' vul the ( .vpeu-i a of aaid
itile. to th'1 hltthel biilder lor cm-IFiti hand, end
'.ill make nmi i'm ciiIu lo the purchaser or purili.i--irs,
yood ati'l Mfhei'nt deed, or deeds for tl:':
;.r"iu;-eao'ild. 1IEM1Y WELLS, Morlae.-.
( alio, ill.. Die HI, liT'.'.
STATE OK ILLINOIS, i
Couotv of Alexander, t' Circuit court ol Alex in
under County, Fetiruaty Term. A. I). lr'.
yiattie J. Shi' a.
v. -Jlliotre.- In Chancery.
Hirliard Shea. ,
Atlhltivil ol the niiii ivHiile..jce of ltienard Mn a.
tie dcfenit'int aiiine niitned. hnrini been il:i ii in the
ot'iee of Ih't Clerk ol (laid Circuit Court ol Ah-ruii-lb
1'coui.ty. notice in hereby ylven to the teild non
r -blent dVlcmlallls. thai lie-cotnidalliailt h:. tiled
h' c bill ol complaint in aid Court on the I hat r.v
aide thereof on the s:h day of December, A. I). Iif'.w.
Had that a M.inniiiu.s Ihnii'iipon IshihoI out ol naid
Court UL'aiu't aaid defetnlaM, lelurnuble oh the .'oil
Howday n February, A. I). 1S, na ih by law re
cilreo, Now. thi-relore, itnU'Hs yon, the auhl Richard Shea
hall liera jnallv he and appear before the mild Clf
uit Court of Alexander county on the Krt day ol
he next term thereof, to he hidden nt tlm Court
House in Iho Cltvnl Cairo, 111 said roinity, on the
ind .Mnii.liiy of 'February. .-'.. l"-1'. and pb'ttil.
unsiier ot-o'i iiiiir lo the aaid comlilaln.ini bill ol
I complain', ihe "nine, and she mnitera and thtiiL'i"
1 thep-ln rliureil and Hinted, will be taken u- eon
leas'id. and a deer tillered le.'tiliist volt iinvirdiny;
totheiiriiverofciii bill. .K.HI A. I, J f- h
tjC.0, . III SIIIUI KS,
t iiiiiphilnuut'H Solicitor.
Cairo, He fth. A.J). is;.
YrrM' ATJoN FUR PARDON.
Nfitlci. U hetebv iflvcn that I will, on the lb-1 dav
of January, orna aoou thereafter at I cm obtain a
hetu-lmr. anply to his Excellency tn unvriior oi
Ihe Slate of Itlllioia. for A pardon from a life "en
Utnco pronounced aualiiat nut In the I Irculi Court
of Alexander county. IlllnolH. nt tho April leriti or
tho Alexander County Circuit Court, A. 1). IS.i,
under which 1 am now contlned in tho Mate a 1 i ts.
on at Jollfl,
Th laSlUtlayni iiecemner in.ti.
CMARi.EH WALKER, relllloner.
Iluvirtnn nl an hxppiiIIiiU to me directed, by thll
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County. In
the Mate of Illinola, III lavor oi uamei i:o n;
Ham 1'. Hallldav. and atfalnnlCalro Hox and llaaket
Company I havii levied npou Iho followliiK; de
acrlbeil property, to wlt: Lota oni) lo e uht. both
lnclnnlvii. In block iititnbered oniMl . and lota one to
eleht.both tiiclutlve, lu block numbered idinit (8),
In the fifth addition to the e.lty ol Cairo, Alexander
County, IlllnolH, Incliidlnii liceiiHC. and purmlaaloii
to tiKo'aiid erect and maintain bulldlni'a, etc... on the
htveu alope in Trout of nuld loU. aa apitclned in deed
from Taylor A I'araona. truateea.ete... dated March
tilat, imf. louelher with all and aiiiixular, tlin mill
holler houao, dry kiln, oniee, r-h.-iU ami bulb Inits
... ...i.i i..i. .nrl nretnlHra. Miniated toiether with all
,FII Plllll ,," ..... r. - T . ,
and alnuular, the appnrtetances tlslurea, bollera.
eiminea, hhvv mill, ahafllnpa, heltlnita, pulllea and
other machinery. navva, tooiaann niucniiiea oi ever
kinrliiwl d.iacrliitlon whatanever, appertalnine, ne-
loneliic to, or in any way ron.tltiitlnit part and put
eel oLornaed In. what la known aa tho Cairo Hox
and llnaket Company Factory; which I ahnll offer at
.., ii. th,. nrinii Uiiu. na nhnvu deacrfhed.
n the filth addition to the city of Cairo, county of
Alexandur and Stale of Illinois on the iWd day of
December. ISTH, Ht 10 p clock, tt.m.
Dated this, Cairo, Illinois r;o u ' 'ei""""i
A.DIT. JOHN HOIMJKM, Sheriff.
IE1A t (&1 AftAlnvoated In Wall Htrcet S'.ockl
9) HI 141 9) LuUUmaUra fonunoa vry month.
Book acnt frM axplalnlitf y7t-1JD Artiri""
BAJlTKRCO.,Baakra,7Wall &. ow York.
SSIC OALINE !l
-THE ELEOTJUC CLEANSE.
HAS NO EQUAL KOI! GENERAL IIOUSE CLKANING
' KUHPOSES. KOR WASHING CLOTHES,
KOR THE BATH, tC, AC.
For Cleaniufj; 1'aiiit, Varnished Surfaces, Window Class, Mirrors, Cold Friun-.,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines. Furniture, Oil t loths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Iirojies,
Cut Glass, Globes, Has Fixtures; Removes Pitch ititd T:ir from the IlaHils or "' -thin
readilv, Ac, &,
F(.U! KSE AS A DISINFECTANT H',n
Anyi liiiiii . Soiled liv OU. i- Ci I i 10 ASP', by P'liet? or Pen
oil Marks, or liy Dirt ol'iitiy Jiiul. ii il 1 oloau
AVITUOUT SOA P OH Y A T.U)l.
To its i n..! isa I'u.'ir.v.sv - I UvtrC'd 'a:iiie in my family am tlni jj ;,.! tl.,. ! r. i. t: : .. . ..;
elalin fur it. It if ei jtainly Mipetlur to ttitp nt- a ch tinn r tr.d uiarh more '.ouon.icii! l! n tnov.-, a.;.
ro:o fi'orii-' v ithoul injuring t:i : leii,ire or . 'hanirjn fM. colon It clean the Inm! aril leaves t'r l. .1
mfl. It a'.-.i licaU Miii- nuil i-lKipp' d nnnda readily. Itepetlful!y yourit,
WILLIAM S EVERETT. Ml Cottaje (irove ,.- .( l,ir(J
'J o in k Wk-i u.n Ioai.ine Co Wc have biii nin iu ot.r fanilly "Coal tne," an a: tide tunnitf., tr.r 1
In thi- citv. tied lind it one of the moM naeful lhin.;b for fjinily w we tae ev. r kuovvn or heard of. I :
wafLli:'.'. Mr'thhlr.'.'. CivudId filaH. tilver. taking vna-e potii out ol clothtnnj trpeti, i te , iu t.hir.'
it n no ciinl . Every fjmlly Miould have it The prh (' ii- m ;n n to In It-1; it within the r -a !.(!.:
hodi-.-l hiea-,o, May 'Jd. IK'J.
iri THE ONLY Wn.h!ti
Cornpotind n.ld in
article nt a low figure C'.'nipetin with
The lolliminii tvntimotiiala from perroua with whom many in Cairo acU vicinity aritrquatLte.: ,
roaliiie in ita true portion before the pohllr. It It a good thli..', ar.J hi.iild he generally u 1:
I have ui d eoaline in uty houn1. It raven lulor ar.d o- clnthi . ll d l ini-s;i,nivi!. I i t 0 t.'
he tti'tliimt it -Ceutralia, III., Auj-tlM ISth, 1HTJ. MltS JAMES .Mi FAIL
I llnd coulinc to Li
Au 'lift l-!h. i ;..
all that i claimed for it.
I have Hio-tl eoaline toili an In ii !!,-ht" fif t u gin w here the unt i La.'O' ltd. and la uatallj m iL.
w ith coiiecutrated lye I found toaline o do the oik fully a- well ta potah, v itfcftit Ita ii.jwhe
efTect!".-Centralia, 111., Aue'jn! I'.'th, 1ST'1. C. HILLS, Foreman I'alnt Shop, I C. R I:
All L-jdiiii grocer? will btue it. ami n.n m pp'y th-:r i'!on:-r ii. a! cay It I i.oh
b". at all tltne. obtainable at t
( ioiUTIll -i JJt'ys.
Hi ail uf Families will Call and Ct a Sumjde. Free l'np TpijI. ut hup Slur?
Ailtlros-s l-!5 ClKitor.u Ayoj.in-. St. La ni.
We Ofsiir m call Your atlnitioii to Our
PATENT STEAAI ( Vl.LXDElt VAiVE,'7
WHICH 1 NOW ( OMING l'To i iKNFJi.U. I K.
wa. i :r i: rs i 'a r j 1
FO J I STEAM
NO MOKE ('YLINI)ER
I calf the attention of proprietor!) of Steam KngiueB to tho use of this Valve, by whicli
agrcat saving of fuel U etl'ected. Tho Valve being closed on the admission of steam awl
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, as no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder the Valve opening or shutting automatically at each stroke.
Tho cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valve will pay its price in the saving of fuel in a yj
short time, and will last over ten years. (
UTState and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in prrton at. 911 Oatalpli.
Street, St. Louis.
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Hulk, uud ftiiciiy fur ton. tit, ilk Ihe rulil:
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