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' .. A. lliiruett. Cairo, IllinoU "
. tnlyMonrin? Daily in Southern Illinois
j .ttrEOst. Circulation ot u:iy Iu"ily in
TU-i.M. rAnut ov alexandeh county.
Tiik Memphis committee report thnt id!
buildings must n soon a ja.KsilvC iia
c.hilhVi and ventilated; polluted w.-!!s and
cisterns shall be discontinue' ;' ,n
sewerage introduecil, and a Urge number
of houses be condemned, turn down and
leimed. It is estimated that th ewerago
alone will cost .tJ'OOO.
Puii.ADU.l'iiiA was always n little
"spoony" on Grant, so it is no wonder
they enthused muchly on the occasion of
his recent visit. For do not Boric, and
Ilobcsou, laid (..Wash. Childs, and Minister
Welsh all live their ." They don't amount
to much as men, it is true, but when it
comes to giving "present," they are a whole
team and a dog under the wagon. And
tiraiit, next to whi-ky, has a weakness for
"presents." He will "take" anything. He
has no more sense of self respect than a
ball of putty.
It is reported that Messrs. Oberly, Ed
wards and Weber Bros., the latter being
the Stat.) l'rinters, have boyght the Hpring
Jield Krister, and now have, possession.
Any change vi 11 be for the better. Mr.
O'nerly is capable of im.king a paper
worthy of the support of the Democracy of
the State, and he has our best wishes for
liis success. The Ilegistor has heretofore;
been a 1 niaohine organ" for certain corpor
ations in the State chief of wheh is the
"Springfield ring." We hope ii will now
come out square toed for the Democratic
cause, which is the cause of the people, and
against all monopolies.- ' Jonesb ro Ga
zette. A LIFE TOR LOVE.
Hands by the hailliardsl Clew up roy
:ds and to'-gallant bails!" shouted Capt.
Uurit, of the ship Reindeer, as a heavy gale,
which for many hours had been seen brew
ing to windward, came driving down to
ward the vessel.
"Shall we have a bad storm, papa?" in
quired Winnie Melton a beautiful young
girl of 17 us she shrank closely to the
side of her father, Mr. Melton, who f tood
with her on the quarter-deck of the ship.
The two had taken passage aboard th -Reindeer
nt the Sandwich islands, where
Mr. Mellon, with Winnie, his only child,
Jiad been to visit an agent on business. He
had taken his ifaughter with him because
she had expressed a wish to go, and lu had
thought tho trip would do her gooJ.
"Better tor me hud I never seen that
girl," muttered tho poor sailing-muster,
Warren Gove, us he btood on the quarter,
watching a French vessel, to windward,
which had been spoken a few hour? before,
"As'; soon as the storm passes I will tell
the captain I wish to leave his vessel and
go aboard yonder ship. Better I should
tear myself away from the girl at onco than
remain to be tormented by tha sight of one
whom 1 can never hope to make mine."
Warren had lately received an honorable
discharge from tho (,'hiliaa tloop-of-war St.
May, and had taken passage for home.
He was a line-looking young fellow, with
dear, gray eyes, sun-browned face, and a
form inured to hardship; for ho had led a
wild, roving sort of life from his youth.
This fondncHH for wandering and adventure
had kept him poor, and that w as why he
thought it whs better he had never seen
Winnie Melton, whom he loved at llrst
The rich brunette complexion, the round,
plump form, tho hthe, willowv waist, the
musical, unaffected, voice, were irresistible;
but it wns the.dark yo under her arching
lrown, with their varied expression, now
bright, merry, sparkling, now shy and soft
a a gazelle s; at one moment uplittcd, the
next hidden by the long, Mlky lunhen-tlmt
tnifht poor V arren i heart so promptly,
He hud Moken to Mr. Melton, who liked
him, od wm pleased to hear him relate
wm (4 h adfcotureo.
Wiooi. howewr, seemed to. treat hi in
rVVr vUIy. fth would sometime stand
and listen to his conversations wilh lier
father, but, whenever be spoke to her she
woiiM ttusv-r briefly, and even seemed a
little vexed. In fact, she uvoided him so
sedulously that he ut lust; concluded bhu
disliked him, und resolved to speak to her
no more, the conviction forcing itself
his mind thnt she thought he wns ft mere
fortune-hunter, mid wns attracted by her
wealth. There was one person, however,
with whom she often conversed ; a rich
young man, nanied Walker Fitzberg, who
wns u jiassenger aoonrci ine jieniuci r, nun
whom Mr. Melton had known before,
"Ay, ho will marry her," thought War
ren, "and 1 shall continue lo be a wanderer.
I had Intended to 'settle down,1 but 1 could
never rest were she to become the wife of
With intense interest Warren watched
the acumen, as they sprang to execute the
order to take in Pail. As Winnie put her
timid ipiotion, he could not help giving
her a rcasstrins' glance, as lie.r lather . re
plied: "Yes, Winnie, 1 tliiiik we shall have
a severe storm, but the Reindeer i good
ship, and we will brave it.''
The vessel wa soon under reefed main
sail, close reefen mainlopsail, and topmast
staysail. With a howl and a shriek the
.storm pounced upon her. The masts bent
and snapped, the rigging bellied in whlst-
l ling, ropes and sheets writhed and slatted
about, the ship was whirled down on her
beam ends, and sent driving along through
the mad Katers in a perfect cloud of spray
humming thunder. Standing on tip-toe,
clutching liev father's ami'. Winnie was a
pretty picture to lo'-k at. The lips were
half-parted and frenibiiiiK' with anxiety,
.the dark curls drawn loose about, the
hlioiilders the. red maniie lluttered ou the
wind, the form was drawn up so that the
beautiful outline of the waist was distinct
ly revealed. The captain was about ailvis-iiig'hi-'
lev-K.iers- to go below, when a
tretuettdorw hock went through the ship.
'We are g'.in;, down !" with white lips
liter. lit; had just been
in the,hoid. and reported that a wlutie, or
some oile r sv:i Hionst-r, had come into con
tact with r I- shipV bnttem, and had stove
i.i a hole.
'(.l'M'.r away the boi.t!" -ihtut.M the eiip
t::i:i, in a cvar voic.?.
Warren -prang to ass'.s'. The .(n-ir:'-r-l.-oat
and the. h-ng-bont. were noon ch ared
away and, lowered. Ere they eoi;!d be pro
visioned, an ominous roaring sound was
heard. Ii was the rushing tit' 'lie wider
into the hold! Fitzberg, h-xiiig ;dl control
of himself, sprang for th- boat, in his haste
almost knocking uihiic oown. lr.ctwo
boats were -oor. i.Tinne'd, but ere Winnie
could be help", into them by Warren (' ov.
and her lather, the ship lilted h
lurched heivdy. lireparutory to goin
ily, lireparutory to gintr !
This parted th boat-warp:-. Mr.
M'eltoa hadf-i-t sprung into the long-boat,
and with sev-ral n!orstood rc:idy to tuae '
Winnie, whom Warren, inth- io::'n clmin.a, !
was endeavoring lo pass, to the boar. The)
lurch tnghi.Lr.e.l tin; girl, wuo siippi d batk
on deck from AVarrenV gra-p, while he,
thus losing !ii balance, fell int tin; boat : j
"My child! Oh. Cod! my child!"
screamed Mr. Melton, holding out his I
ban Is, his gray hair streaming on the wind, j
Warren compressed his lips, made one
tremendous spring, and clutched the parted
boat warp, dangling over the chip's side.
By this drew himself to the deck ot the
sinking vessel. She was plunging down.
The young man clutc hed Winnie, and en
deavored to strike out for the boats; but
the mad whirlpool of waters drew him and
the girl down into the cabin. Down
lower went the fated ship. The cataract
of waters pour'.' t round the young people,
and filled the cabin. Winnie gasped and
trembled; her gurgling smote upon War
ren's cars. He endeavored to keep on tlie
surface of the water, which, owing to the
inclination of the t hip, had not reached the
upper beams of the cabin. The rumbling
thunder and gurgle of the incoming seas
tilled the whole sliip. Wancu gained the
surface of tin! water, but another sheeted
cataract poured in, and the cabin was full
to the beams. The young man was slrug
ling, but he did not lose ids se'f -possession.
Ho caught at a beam above him, and with
a tremendous effort ol trengtli drew hini
selt and his burd'-n to the upper cabin
window, which had been burst open by the
pressure of the water. For a moment the
suction loree held him motionless here,
but the next, the ship being now full of
water, the bubbles began to break, and
with them and bis precious burden were
sent shooting to the surface cf the sea.
Tho crew ot the long-boat picked them up.
Fortunately there was not yet much of a
sea, notwithstanding the force of the gulc,
so that both boats could be easily worked.
Mr. Melton clasped his lnlf-seuseles
daughter in his arms. Shu was not at all
injured, for Warren had contrived to shield
her person with his own form, so us to re
ceive the full force of the hhoek when
dashed into the cabin. He was badly
bruised and lay nearly lifeless in the bot
tom of th boat. In his excitement and
anxiety to save Winnie, he had previously
scarcely fell his injures.
"My noble fellow!" said the captain, tak
ing a branily-llusk Irom his pocket.
i nave saved her-let mo die! aaid
"No, no!" cried Winnie, sobbin;; and
mourning over the prostrate man. "Yuu
must not diel You shall live, and may
you be happy with herthe young lady in
lonuoii wiiom you Intend to wed. '
"I wed : stammered Warren. "I know
no young lady in London. Who told you
The latter colored, and muttered some-
thihg about "all being fair in lovo and
It was false 1" t?aid Warren. Thin he
leaned back and his eyes closed.
lie is dead 1 cried Winnie, now mnul-
sively throwing her arms around his neck.
But he was not dead. In half nn hour
the castaways were all picked up by the
French ship, which had borne down for
them, mid Warren was able to nit up in the
berth where he had been conveyed. Win
nie and her father were ut his side, tho girl
holding his hand. She proved a tender
nurse, und what might have been expected
followed. They were united a few months
later. Warren obtained a remunerHtivit
employment in tho merchant firm of his
uncle, and is now a partner. Winule and
he are indeed happy made n by that ac
cident to the Reindeer as otherwise War.
ren would have left the ship, never, per
haps, to meet the young girl whoso cold
iiexs toward him, chm by KiUberg's
artful falsehood, would thus have nniuinod
W H. MAHEAN, M.
-fllce HO C'i. itmcrdul avenue
V Mirteetiih St. and Vahiiii;to4
K. W. WHITLOCK,
OrneK Nn. 110 t'omineri till V venue, liutwreii
Kijjhtli anil Mini) Struma '
OI'I'If'K Ki'iitli Street, near Ciimmetcia'. Avetiuc.
.Votary I'tiblic ami CoiivyHiU'cr.
(') !'!' V.: .-Willi the Widows' and Ourpiwiiih' Mu
Uiu .i i s'cioletv.
ATTO R XEYS- AT- H V .
J INECAlt & LAXSHEN,'.
(d'l'it'lv- No. 113 (.'oinmere.tal Avtue.
THE WEEKLY Bl Ll.lTr.
Tito Weekly Bulletin,
r t'E-T Y El C,H T c C IX M N
THK OA 1 IiO
1'VIiMS.UEl) ON MONDAY
8 '2.00 I 'cr A in ui in
11.50 to Clubu of Tcu aiid tpward!
IN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER Jl, 10.
TC OHIO LEVEK.
No dirt or diiM. by moanuren be,lni exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN TINT DOTTLES.
Try il and cec liiryotiivelve.
l'JNT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
t 'rtr-li on delivery of tlekels.
MISS. M. A.SWANDKH,
Winter's IHoi li, I'm ner Seventh Stteel and Com
Des-lr' s lo inform the rltl.i of Cairo und vicinity,
tliut Hhc ii
Now ami Large Stock of ( owls
Willi ll t-hi'V.iiVell .It .U 1TAL i ii-T. enn-i-tln-.' of
ami l:nt rimmed
Hals and Hon nets,
AND I IOODS,
And Kim. l'.vij.Hftei' IHi-.- liir l.adii and liil-'.ivn.
Ladies' Fiinii,sliini' (Joods!'
All tho very latot lelirti. Priced in ov a poa
silde am! eiriod. m.trkcil in plain Huiimk. Will not
le niiilei.-olii. Call Mill y.'iuiine . No trimble ti.
bow f.'iinili' I.aili'-H vnIio io noli.ee ul'iit 1 1;
ant ill ai.i le-k for i1.
I. I.i. A I..
'HANCl-.itY NCTIi i:
Stale of llliu..; i
Alexander rntiuly i
In t;;i- ',t ' Miller "ir-i.it
t u'jri to '.iii-1 i i-.'v ii cm 1 e
lull :hi ; v.
I..-v.li I'. .!e!iti-i)li
Allidavil nf ! the ni.ii r-n! t.c- n! i.. . i- .' ,li n
on. Iheabnve i.Kir.eri d, t'ci'.ilnnt lisvin li-n til."1
in ilie i ! i" the CI rk ol fuid i imiit ( ..nil .,f
Alciini!er Coiiiov, iih'.i. e i- her. I. -e 'a t he
l.evii -loliu-on. ileleiiil:ii:!. (lift lie- ( u:ii-l;iiii-anl
tile.l her 1.111 In!' il (l!i i:: mk.I l'..;nt. uu tlie
I h"lie.Tv Miie lie ieof. eli the '.'I ! a i 1 :i df .ll"i:-l
IS.'l. aeil th.it n iitiimnii" tin Uiiou i--ie ! ei.ti-f
anl l.'u.'ll ;-'r"iili-l "..hi ' 1 . 1 1 t t : i ft ii-t'.rll.-il.'.e ou tie
ind Moiiday "I I . !-rieir . A. I'. Is-", 5- by lav,
.ir. enii . !.:,. tin ..-.(,! ',- V. .Iiiiiixiii Minil
peii-cn.nily hi r,il -ir" r i.el.ite the t-.i i 1 Cirnet
( mrt ul Ales. n, .!..: 'utility, nil the ii( tiny if the
Uet lerm lie r to I.e'lioUtLM in Cuim. uttle-
court Liui.e. ih fiiid eoiiTiiy. bii the ecouil .Mon
dav. of l-'i-l-ri'.jry, A. IL Ism'.' sml pleaii. :iMi-r or
demur in tin- : t n 1 1 j . t 'ii mi i I " bill of ciiini.lae.it. tin
Kjme ;ii).l tie-in.-itii-rn und tniljirs tin-rein chnr.-eil
and i-'iited. will be tuki n i .mil nml a deeiu
enti '.' 'd acaiii-l fsii . iircorilirs to Ih" pmvi-rof
bill. MIT.KKV ,V l.UAK.t .eup't SoFr-,
.HMIN A. l:KK K.clei'k.
I luted thif lsih diiviifliee,
WiieveHP. on t i;o f.iitrlii ilny if N.ivivl.e. . . I)
1-V-. Kmcrnli! K. Davin exel tili.-d nn ! (I' ll vcreii in
lleey WilK the under. i.'in ii. tor the l--- of tin
Ai xiindi'v cuimtr Hunk. )'.i i rl-iin pioinhr-oi i
ii.C" ul'thnt ilnle. for ll;.-e thoe.-aml collur. p'ii
tile to the order of ot ieii'1 Henry WelN li-r t he n
file, (iiiid. one year after the date thereof, uith in
tere-l at the nite ol ten er cent per Bhiiiiiii Iron,
til-- dun: of i-aid note, and at the -arne time aim
date executed, a- kiiort.-dj;eil and dolm-iv-i to rah.
H'-ury Wellh. lur the n-e ntore-hid. a eeiiain sa;,
imirtv'a'.'e on lo initnlii'ied ILiity-one cm and
thirty-lwn i-!'.0 in block iiiuiib' i il tivetnv tour (Ul
and lot. uuinlieivil M-veii i', i ai.tl e:-.'ht '. in hlia !,
ii'.init.er.'d li fly -one i-M) in the i-ey ot' ( aim -ikm ,
of Alexander ami Slate o lllinoi-. to M-c:,re la.
paj tnent of fiiiil pri'imlf-ory iiote; which .:-.id mi!i-'.nort'T-'e
rontt.ii, s a povvi-r "f -ale aiitho! i.i.'.- -u'.i
Henry 'Cell., in ru-i: of delimit i'i I In- iuyni-tu ot
UKl Iiol.-oraiij art thereol. to.ell-:iid iniM-.
or any part thereof, ami nil ei;i:iiy of r. ie mptioi.
tin run nt public vendue to the lihe-' binu- r I'm
ca.li. at the court lion... in ( .e-o afore-. lid. nftci
fjr-i divine iu.-iitv (lav. notice of the tun. . , ;a.-(
and ti'rin-.- of .aid Hale. a. will more !'.,liv appeal
In rel'eri-iice to the recuid cf -aid in, -it uliieh
wii- recorded in the record' rV oi"ce in ('aK'.nl'ire
sunt on Ihe i-tli day of Noii niber. A. H !. ia
hunk "" on piiLe :!.
And. vvliei-eiin. default hit. been made in the pay
ment of .aid note and every perl tie r.-of. Mid tin
whole of. aid not'' beini.' now (I lie an I ciipubl : now.
tlierei'ore, the nndi-rnitOied will, on 'I'.e ..lay. i m
I ah day ol .liiniiarv. A. H. lo. at Ine hieir of two
Ji uVloik. p. Ill of iliid il ii v . si the w.-.ti-rly (1, ,oi
of ihe court hon.e. in ( airo aforesaid, n-l! the c ii
pj iii i so" i.tid all eiiii.iy ol' redemption therein, m
i-o intli.'h the:i of a. max he neee.-ary to jir.y oil Mm
di-cliai''e the haid note nnd tlie ev;it-n-. -i of ni..
siile, lo til" l.ieiet biilder lor r i-h In hand, nun
will make and execute to the piin liieer or peicu .--i'!,
nooil aint MiP'.'ient deiil. or deeu-. tor t.'n
pr.-mj.- mi -old. IIKNKV W Kl.l.S. .M.ei.-::'c .
i. atru, 111.. Il",- l::. K!'.
eTATK UF ri.l.lNdls, ,
0 County of Alexutuler. i ( in nit court of Ah van
under County. lVnraurv Term. A. 1. 1-"
Mat tie ,lkMii'-n, j
v. lliiorce . I ii Chance! ". .
Kielir-.i'.l shen. i
Ateilavil nf tlie tinn i,-ni. me of Ki. h'ir.I sh'-..
the lieliT.dlllll allow IlUlliell. lllivilli.' lieell lie li ill tie
oDice of tin ( leik of .aid ( in nil Court (.1 AI.miii.
iter cduiity. notice i. her. hv e'vrn to the .aid non
ivsiilent il. iendan'.. that Ih eomiilaliiael I a. ii!".
iier bill ol complaint in .aid CohiI on Hi" CliaMvri
Hide tin r.-of mi the bib dn) of Ilecniber. A. 1. isvu.
ami that a .tiinni. hi-tin leiipoii i..ii"d mil ol .-:ei.
Court nain-t na;. deiend-ml. returnable o:. the Jin
Mondny oi ii-bruar.v. A. lb ls"w). h i by law re.
Nov, tli. rei'ore. nule. yoi:. Ih" "aid Kt'th.'tril -Slien
i-ltall p.'i.oiiaiiy he and njijiear h'-foie tile i-aid Clr
cuit i . oiiit ol AVxunder county ou the tir.t day i f
the iiei term ihm-eof. t be lioldeti at the Conn
llini.e in the City nf Cairo, in .aid county, on tin
lid Monday of Kelii nnry, A. 1) 1ti. and pl 'iel
liliHVit-r or demur to the fhIi.1 coinplainant'n liill i f
1 oinpiiiiiit. tile .aine, and Hie mnttem nml IhiuL'f
therein cleir::ed and Htateil, will be taken if con
li-.i.e'l, and n decree eut'-red naiti-t von .-lei ordin...
to the priiyei of xuid bill. JOHN '.'.. JfKhYK.
Cico. W. llt.MiKii h., clerk.
( oinpliiiuiint'i' Solicitor.
Cairo, Iter -lb, A. 1). ls;!l.
Pl'l.l1 A'l'H 'N l'OK I'AltHO.N.
Notice ) hetehv civeii Hint 1 will, on tli" ilr-l day
of Jntitiary, or iih noon thereafter as I can ob'.alii n
In arlii'. anplv to his Kxcellency the i.ovenior ol
the Stale of Illinois, for A pardon from ii life Hen
tence pronounced ayninut me in the. 1 Ircult I'nurt
of Alexander county, Illinois, nt tho April Term ol
Hid Alexander County Lircilit Court, A. I. Ik.".'.
under vvtilch I am now confined In llin liite 1'rtn
on nt .toilet.
This Silt duv of December 1711.
CUAltl.KS WAl.KKlt, IVtltloiior.
2 II KltlKF'S SAI.K.
He virtue (it an execution to mo directed, hv the
clerk of tlie Circuit Court of Alexander County, In
the state of Illinois, in favor of .lumen Bell and Wil
liam 1. Ilallliluv. and aciilhHt Cairn Itox and Iinckel
Coiiipiiny I have, levied upon Ihu fulluwiutf de
scribed propi rtc, to-wlt : Lot one to elu'ht, both
iiielntvi, lu block numbered onoiluinil loinotieto
ei'bt, both IticlUHivc, Ilk block lltlllihereil idt'ht (Si.
lu the fifth addition to the city of ( aim, Alexander
County. Illinois, lurlmlWiir license and pennlindoii
to uioi aud erect and inalntalli hiilhlinitB, etc., on I he
levee "lope In front of said loin, an specified In deed
from Taylor At l'amtitn', Iritstee., etc, dated March
,!lMt. IM',1', tocether with all und elimular. the mill
boiler lion."', dry kiln, olllce. f hodM and bulldlm.'".
on Kaid loin mid jirenilncn, Mlluated topelher with all
and slneular, the appurtenanceii, llxtures, hollers.
ennni'-M, naw mill, Hliaftliu:s, beltlnM, pullles ntnl
other marhltii'rv.HawH. iooU nt rl inncliinen of every
kind and dew ridion whutHiiever, nppurtiilnlnt;, be
iniiliij.' to, or in any wuy eonHtlttillnu part nnd par
eel of. or used Iii. what 1" known iih Hie Cairo llox
anil Mankel Cotnpany I'uctory! which I chilli oiler at
publlcvebilue, ou the premlecM, a nbovn docrthcil,
In tho ilfth addition to the city of Cairo, county of
Alexander nnd SUatc of Illluolo, nn the 'ZM day ol
Dei ember. KM, at 10 o-'cloi k. ii.tn,
4JiUed ibis, Cairo, Illliiulu, tMd day of November,
A. 11., UKl).
.loilX HOIH'.Ksi, fiherllT.
C 1 O a 41 AnOltiveKteil In Wall Htteet Stock.
OH IU V I UVVmk(m tort linen every month
I '.link sent free eviiluiuliijr everytbliut. Addrum
IIAXTKK ACO., lUukcrn, T Wall sjt. Nv York.
C0AL1NE f V J-. L
-THE ELECTJMO (TLKANSBK.-
HAS NO EQUAL FOR (iKNKRAL IIOUSIvOLKAMN' I
rrnposKs, For, washing clothes,
F0K THE RATH, AC, ,tC.
Eur Clenning I'aint, Vuniished Stirfnces. Window lilass, Mliioi-, ;,! F; -,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, I'uniitr.re, Oil Cloths. Silvt r Ware, Show C'aso. l'-on:'is,
Cut Ola--', (Jlobes. C; ii';tnres: lliiiiovi s pjich iitnl Tar Iron; iht Han. Is m ('tio:.;
readilv, Ac. Ac
FOi; I'SE AS A DJSLNtKCTANT "''.V'rliV.
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SAVK YOIMI KNI.'INHS!
Addrt'.-ss llo:! ( :i, , ,
V Doiiv tit rail Your alh niion to Our
"PAT.RNT STEAM CYLLNDEK VALVI'V'
W ill II l NuWCKMIMi INT M.): i M-;.
WA LTKICS I 'ATKNT ISC 'A I OK
FOI I &'VKA
NO .MORE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors ol'Slouin Engines to the use of this V'nlvi, hy j,jt.),
a great saving of fuel is ellected. The alve being closed on the admission of toam ntu1
open when exhausting, the engine is not tinkle to get out of line, us no wub r is allowed h
accumulate in the cylinder- the Valve oponing or shutting automui.tcidly at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, as tho Valves urn then kept
open by a spiral spring. Tho Valve will pay its price in the saving of fticl in a vwry i
short time, and will last over ten year..
IsgrHtate and County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter nr in person nt 911 Catalpln
Street, Sf. Louia.
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