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Lc.ets and conittmuifutioLf should I c ac.uro'KU
"E. A. Butwtt. Cairo.
inlyMorningf Paily in Southcru Illhici-
l.f;yg't Circulation ol any Cuily in
Om-.'IAL TAPftR l)F ALEXANDER COTO77.
As the Repul ican N&tional .'cnvei:tion
is to be he1l cs the 3d of Jcte, it pr
We that the State Cocvex-.ti'.-s v,-j;i i..? c:.Uei'i
to rae.t in Ma v.
Tur. will cf the iute Seni.t?r C:i:.r.'V.er
lii been found tcaong the pap-. is Jv f t-mar-ter
Edmttmls, f Wfishingto!!, ie;.ei!tiy
lecvled. It is dated March p.nd
Kvts all of his property f M. (.'handler
and their daughter, M. ;i i.; .' Jlal, of
Ai:k;a is the ui'.'.y v.ctry In Zui-s
wh'.eii has yet Kirniied it ' :l:ingnew to at
ceile to Ihvinarh'N chet;e for a general 1:b
i'o ;ji.".mAnt. M'V.t of the other jio'.vcrs evi
th.'u'lr place r.o cn-d-nce ia the integri
ty f the '.-eriiian d.?.neeilo:'s motives.
'I'i.e i!-.i,n f blon l ar.d de-'ilation is not the
fif' : person in tht W';-d to engineer the
i vab! Uhintrt of -.n:ve.J peace.
riir.KK Is :iuior:ant luforir.U'on !:"
M-ka h'.and, Jllafok It -et forth by
The Argus, and Ar."- Vl'e 'KCI,W. li!lB :m
.7ivilf.ri0il reputation for keenness of
vision. It it aews '.vhirh is calculated to
iiiulic th Uppa'a-Isoftut. or tliiM ktatc whake
in liieir boots. As The Arfeus sees it, "the
Jleiiiocrats of Illinois will go into the fglit
nct year organized to win."'.
Si.NVi'OK Bavakd while in New York
this week called on Samuel J. Tilden and
had an Interview with him lasting an hour,
'i tie ex-governor is said to have warmly ap
proved the H-nator's legal-tender resolution,
but he stills neglects publicly to announce
his support of it. .Mr. Bayard is anxious to
liive the Democratic 1 onver.ti'n he'd in
H.ltiniore or Philadelphia. Mr. Tilden's
friends predict that the ancient cipherer
.vill not permit the presentation of his name
In that body unless he is absolutely certain
f nomination. After the delegates have
all been appointed Ills agent will make the
grand rounds and his course , action will
be shaped by the reports which thty give
The New York Tribune thinks it j till
able to hold indignation ni"eling, ami in
cite the people of Maine to acts of revolu
tion, but does not justify open rebellion. In
other words, the Tribune favors the revol u
tionary programme of the Maine Stalwarts,
but does not dare to say so openly.
Mk. Hayes is not the num'rouE authori
ty on state rights that he is on Cnance. He
believes, however, in the great Returning
riinrd principle, of which he is the ill ustri
ous exemplar and beneficiary, that is sever
al state", as the uation at large, Republicans
nre always to be counted in and Democrats
Gov. GaiuetxiN has agreed torubmitto
the supreme court some of the questions of
law raised by ex-Senator Morrill relative to
the Maine count-out, but he declines to
present any of tho points bearing on the
fucts in tho case. As the swindling return
ing board have found iu tho rulings of the
tribunal precedents for nearly all their acts,
it is presumed that they are perfectly safe
in submitting a tow questions ot law to it
for Hn expression of opinion, which, being
of necessity general, can not amount to
much In any event. There is great indig
nation at tho capital over the carrying of
at m to the state house, aa it is claimed
thu t:.e commiiti:e' of safety rrcurei nn
cr.plif.tic iirt-wiso f.omflriicclon that nuch
wr not hi prjf!. Several U-a'Dng Hour
lionh ia Cftlil-icia fcavt! gi'iie to tliu '.poi)he
of te'.i firriiLliig the t'OVi-rnor their approval
1. 1 hi p.jtfi.
-Qiittii H. rcrtriltf a town collector
!lot-k Inland pays a tot;; of $270,1 M C:
in taxes this year.
The uit''hiar. ivoll at U-.rry l;as readied
a depth of nearly feet.
The Qu'iicy ie.e men are lawinc each
other about t:ie ritrht to " it ice in "juiaey
-A iji.ii'.e proteciv
a club, to he called
Ren oi'iiiio'l at van-
Stephen A. i)oi;!a, jr., fcon j( tlie
.tate"iuun, "will ltct'.re in Mfcttoon i:u
Tiv;o'a litiriny January.
C'Lrj'.cb Newtm, an indvistriou. e!
ioil u:an of Alton, fell ilonJ Satunlay ul'ier
riocn at t:.o llopyo 1 flow works', lie win
nfcout 00 yer.rs of eye, mil father of
CMarles. W. New ton, principal of a colored
scliool :n ?t. Lo'iis.
Tl:'r..ias Grant, n!:o wo.s waylaid :uid
s'l.;.'t a,t O.nrl'stnn a saort time ago, died
on the CVth of his wj'a.vi. Tlionuirderers,
Ja."H I'.iok and Charles L'.ovJ, !nve 'men
and Mill 'no held for
Henry W'.Voi:. bro'.'ier-in-law of
Frank Hight, who was nu:rderd near Cal-
edi'nia, Palaski 'Maty, tveek before last,
has been arres'.e.i tor ti:e murder. The
evidence elicited at the inquest in wholly of
a (irc'-.raaritlal nature. y )oin: strot! "ly
f the Illir.oii? and
imitted their ro
om December 1,
M'.chican canal to-d
P"rt to trie governo
iSs, to Novei-tber IJO, 1870. The report
'hrvs receipts frutuail sources, $1T0,SC'J l'J;
a:t.-urcnsent, lfi3,iC9 -10; leaving a b:tl
:r.ce in the treasury of !fGo,7ii:j ',.
Kt ' tlie S
L'jjs and Southeastern road
l the Rluffs, seven miles tVoai
East St. Louis, on Saturday ntght and rob
bed Henry Hush, section bo?s, who oceupifl
the building as a residence, and a number
of boarders of a considerable sua of money
an 1 other vaV.iable?.
Frank McDonald and L'uzie Houston
have caused gre.it T:citciaent in Iv'Se:noi;d
by eloping in a nuvel style, having "rode on
ore horse to Nokomis and taking a train
there for pome point in Missouri. H..tii
parties we highly connected and nf influen
tial thinilich." Strong opjweition on the side
1 the lady's parents was the cvd'e of the
- A farmer nauied Walter (iro?n, living
south of LaSalle. is wystt rio!y missing.
Two weeks ago lie Mopped at a LaSallo
iictol, and, leaving there early iu the morn
ing, has not been heard ,1'rom since. He is
one of tho weathy farmers of this section,
r.nd his sdluen departure and continued
absence can in no way be explained by Ids
family, who are unking diligent search to
ascertain his whereabouts.
Ths stable of Mr. Robert Bonner, pro
prietor of the New Vork Ledger, is 1 milt
and kept ou the most improved end moil-rn
ulrin 1"' 'p:"iis- Ventilation, light,
w wrath, etc. Mr. Bonner's taste tor horses
is well known. The gentleman in charire
of this va! table stable was Mr. Ross. By
tho lire of Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia, ho removed nlxno ami liunnlirs that
l;uJ resisted all other treatment. Send for
circular, givinc lull instructions, to Dr.
Giles, 120 Went Broadwav, N. Y.
csrc ncaraig'.a. n
TUB QUININE BRIGANDS.
r.o'v Tin; mokknbie lull kkuvo iit them .to
TC.KM-1 A MILLION OF DOI.I.AflS sAVKI) TO
THK rt'ELIC JN ONK YKAU.
A reporter of the Post called yesterday
on Hon. J. A. McKenzie, of Kentucky, to
ascertain what had been tho practical our
ations of his measure to take the duty olf
of quinine, which was passed at the cMra
session. In answer to an inquiry of that
character, Mr. McKenzie said:
"It has worked like a charm. It has al
ready resulted in saving hundreds of thou
sands of dollars to the consumers, and will
eventuate in a clear saving of over a million
"ThcTO was a sharp advance in the price
soon after the passage of the bill. How
do you account for that?"
''It vasto be expected from the fact that
Messrs. Powers & Weightman and Rosen -gurten
& Sons controlled nearly the w hole
stock in tho country, and could practically
dictate, what it would sell for until foreign
quinine could be brought into com
petition with the American product. These
gentlemen were probably playing foot-bull
with the price for amusement, but they will
doubtless got tired of it before the Ameri
can Congress consents to restore the duty.
They announcd, ns I understand, that they
would be compelled to suspend manufacture
of the drug, but have, since thought better
of their determination and are at work
"What has been the amount of decline?"
"I find from tho Druggets' Circular and
tho Chemical Gazette that in July, 1871),
date of tho passage of tho bill, tho price of
sulphate of quinine was 3 45 to f :) CO, and
the sulphate of ciuchonidia $1 ISO to fl Do
per ounce. Now from same circular, of
date December, 1879, tho price of sulphate
of quinine was $3 80 to $2 90, and I am in
formed by a reliable firm oi druggists in
this city that they have a circular from
Powers ii Weightnian. received within the
pnst few days, offering to sell the sidphate
at $2 C5 per ounce. This December circu
lar also quoins r.ilphute of ciuchonidia at
fl 10 to (I 15 per ounce. Thus we see
that there has been a dear reduction of
ninety cents per ounce on quinine and
twenty-five cents perour.ee on einchonidhi.
and this, too, during the sieklhst season nf
the year. The amount of the higher priced
sulphate consumed annually in tliis country
is estimated at from 1,200.000 to l,r,00,000
ounces. So that, taking the smaller amount,
the clear gv.n to the consumer h over 1 -000.000
"What quantity of quinine was imported
into tho United States for the fiscal ve;r
ending Judo 80, 18711, and what amount hu;
been imported since the passage cfvouT
"The quantity for tho flacal year ending
June 30, 1879, was 228,248 ounces, and tho
importations from July 1 t September 30,
1871), were 113,80.1 ounces, ' or neaiy one
half as much in three months as was Im
ported during tho whole yar prior to the
passage of the bill." '
"Are there any duties levied now upon
any of tho barks from Vlrtch quinine is
"By consulting 'Heyl's United States Im
port Duties for 1879, 1 find that Calisaya,
cinchona, Luna, Peruvian, mid, in fact, all
medicinal barks, arc admitted free of duty.
There is, however, a diifctentlal or dis
criminating duly of ten pof f:ent. upon all
medicinal barks shipped frun cn-t ol the
Cape of Good Hope, but no revenues haw
been derived from differential duties on
any of the barks from which quinine is
made for the past live years, with the ex
ception ot .f92 .'Win 1878, liidfbV'W in
IN",!), which pittance could feut materially
affect the price of the drug. Tho fact that
since the passage of the bill Jlessrs. Powers.
Weightnian & Co., have paid their duty,
$r.0o8, on barks shipped from ports east
of the Capo of Good Hope, proves that, so
far from stopping their manufacturing
operations, they can afford to pay (for they
have paid every cent of it) their duty, lose
the'tweiity per cent, gained by protection,
complete with Freuch and English manu
facturers and sell qunine ninety cents per
ounce cheaper than before tlie passage of
"Is this differentia! dutl levied whru
barks are shipped from a pert east of the
Cape direct to this country ?"
"No; it is only collected when reshipped
from a European port. If it comes direct
it is free."
"The success of the hill might be re
Cabled ns an argument in favor of free
trade, might it not.'"
"I sincerely think so. I am iu favor of a
revenue tariff only, and, as I have no hope
of the passage of a general reform bill, I
am lor attacking the protective system in
"Do you think any effort will he made to
restore the duty on quinine?"
"I think not; but if so the bill should be
styled, 'An act for the promotion of mala
rial fevers.' "
BkownV JIorsKHoi.D Paxai-ka is the
most effective pain destroyer iu the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea"' should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if prclcrrcd), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Much Sicknkss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or "orm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to he abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-live cents a box.
Woiu.n an irredeemable currency be ns
good as gold? While there is a very large
(.hiss (if inUl f"'i cltmomi Will) bl'liuvu it
would, we regard it our duty to all aliX'! l"
say that ns a cure for old . euis, Imijsi-s,
jams and slashes, there is nothing like Car
Don't Be Dkckivi.d. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when ail others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For Mile by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, ami gen
end debility when you can get at our stores
Siiiloh's Sytem Vitalizer whii h we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmf.t.'ck" ft popular and fr.igraut
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
AND OTHERS SEEKING
I I K A. L T I I ,
Strength and Energy,
WITHOUT THK t!HK OF DWOS. AUK UK
orKSTKDTUhKM) FOR "THK KI.KcTlilt;
UhVlhW." AN llXUSTHATK.l) .lOl'H
N.M.. WIIKlir IS r'UBI.ISKKD
KOK FKKE DISTKIKUTION.
TT TliF.ATS npon HEALTH, HYOIKNK. and
din of informiilloii for lin'iiUd mid thos who hhiVit
from NcrvoiiH, KxhiniHtinR and 1'niuliil DineuHCH.
Kvcry Hubject thilt bi'ara uuun hnilth mill litimim
bttpplai'pH, receive attention In it pup n; and the
many qu'ftinni ackeil hy piiflrrlnfr iiiviiIIiIh, who
Iiiyo dirpared of euro, am answered, and valuable,
information in volunteered to all who are In need of
Tlnornhjert of Kb'Ctrlc Belts vcixuk Medicine, and
tlio hundred and otic quvntloiia ol vital Importance
to pufli.riug humanity, are duly conpliJored and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who suft'er from Nervous and physical
Debility, Loss of Manly VlKor. l'r nmture h'lhniiK
t lim and tho runny tioomy ronrequencea of early
Indiscretion, etc., are especially beueCted by con
minus Its contents.
Th KI.Kl.'THIC NKViKYV expoum the iinmltl
But cd frauds practiced by quieks and niedh.d lin-po-torn
who prolesa to "nrnetice medicine.'' and
points out the only safe, simple, and etlecthe road
to Health, Vinor and Bodily Kneriry.
Send yonr adman on postal curd for a eopv, and
luliirina'tlon worth thousands will lieneni yu".i.
Address. Ihe publishers,
PULVKRMACIIKR GALVANIC CO,.
Our. Kiirlith & Vine Ht reels, Cincinnati, O
1 IM.ynuiO Culture, uml 1h a complete
CniiKh. Colds, Consumption. As
tlimu, liroiicliltls, snd all other
Throat and l.uiu Afipctlons Kr
uoied bv the Pre and I'hvsl
elans, taken tiy thim-iuiils inJ
H Iik no i:r,u nl
r.eiinllful Colored Pic.
turn Very InicM-Unim
?t whj3t.s U litt Send stamp for pHckaao.
Tin K. C. Afifiity.llallaU, X. Y.
Whiter' Mark. Corner Revrnlh Street untl Com
n .'slres In Inforiii ihe citizens of Cairo and vicinity,
lluil she has a
Xow iiml Large Slock oi'(Jools
Which shrwlll sell at ACTCAM'OhT,Consilln;,ol'
Hats and Bonnets,
Ami I'lue linpoiled I for Ladies iiud ChUilreii.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All llie very latest design. I'Hci as lmv ns
alble and eoods marked In plain Heme. Will nut
lie undersold. Cull and examine. No tumble to
show (joods. Ladles who do Cot see ul.at tlir-y
v, nut will pli asj n-k for I'.
Hi OHIO LEVEE.
No din or dust bv measures beinj exposed to nir.
ililk Jelivcri'd twice a liny,
Try It and see lor your-rlve.
:J') PINT TICKETS ONE DOl.LAlt!
CaU ou delivery of ticket ,
WOOL! AXI COAT.,
Dealer In all kiui'.- ul'
Cord Wood, S-'tovc Wood,
WG MUDDY COAI,
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Sticet. Between Waliinglon and
1!IAN( LliY notick
Kerdiiinud K. Iln.b-r. Abide A. llox.ier :u.(i
J. Trai'v, are IhtcIiv untitled thai on the vMtli u .v nf
December. A. D. lV" It. Michael II. 1'helan who-.i'S
us ii-dcwe in batikniptey of the o'ate of the ( a
tnd Snvlni; Htiisk, tiled "bis hi'U of fovec'.oe. re. ju
the chancery side ol the Alexander cn'mty circuit
i-oert. in the state of lllincds. wherein you hp- m
feiuiaiits, and that said coimi is now 'penoi;:L' in
said court. T hat then- ipon u mnnion- i-.U'-d
net ol the dork's office of -aid court against y,..:.
i'etnre;ibb- ou the secoud Monday in Kcbruary. ,.
D. 1,'sO. to n term of said court then to be Loldi-r. in
thecourt-bouse iu Cairo, in said county.
Cairo. D inher-JH. lsT. .Ions A Uci.vt.
Sami ki. I'. Whi.m.ki:, Sol'r for n.upl'i. clr; I:.
tllANCKKV NOTK K
le d. Hint on h. -",th day of December. A 1 l-i".
i liarlep I', llolteii. who sue. rcn iser ,, ii..- .
lute id' the safety Deposit Lile I ns iiraie e compai.y.
til-d his bill ol I'oreelo-nre Ml tie' circuit cu'.n of
Alexander county. Illinois, on the chancrv si.
thereof, wherein you, together with . ( . tirowu,
lames W. Kddy, Llncolu L.ibois, and Francis A.
Kiddle, are deleiidunts. i.nd thai aid -nit fs now
pcndint;ln said court. Tliat thereupon a ummor
wa Issued out of the clerk's oflice of -.Oil conn,
in said cause, returnable on the second Monday ul
February, A. Ii). 1m, to a term of said court lie n
to be hidden at the court house in Cairo, il said
county of Alexander and slate of Illinois
Cairo. December lST!i. .1UHN A KKF.YK.
Samciu.1'. Wiiki.i.ek. Sol'r for 'omp!"i. ( .ei.
! i. I! il-cr nntl .in in I-., or.,.' i ar- ..' ! i.
W bereas, on the forrth day of November. A. 1
1SVS, Kiucralil F. Davis executed and deliverer) to
Henry Wells, the undersigned, lor the use ol tae
Alexander county Hank, hi- renaln promissory
note of that date, for three thousand doi!ar a.i.
bleto the order of of said Henry Wells for the fi.e
aforesaid, one year after the date thereof, with in
terest at the rate of leu per cent per annum Iroru
the date of said note, and at the same lime ui.d
date executed, ac knowleded aud delivered to ui.d
Henry Wells, for the use. afore-ald. u certidu !
niotliat'e on lots uur.ibi red thirty one eil i and
thlrtv-two (tW) in block nemhered iwi'tity-fotir CJt)
anil lots nuinbered seven iT) and elirhl 1S1 in b'.o. k
niiinbered lift y one i.'l ) In the el'y of Cairo, co.im;
of Alexander Hiid Sti.le of Illluois-, to sei-.re -..'.e
payment of said promissory note; which n.;d Mi "
luortgBL'e contains a jiovver of sale iimliorizine :'!
Henry Wills, In cose of delai'lt In the juiyii.i-i t ...
said note in- any part thereof, to sell said pn in,s. .
or any pint thereof, and all equity ofr-eilfmp-.ini.
therein at public vendue to the highest bidder lor
cash, at the tourt liuuso In Cairo aforesaid, after
first Hiving twenty days notice of the time, pi.n-
and terms, of said sale, as will more fully appear
by reference to the record of said mortcaee wliiru
was recorded in the recorder's otlicc Iu I'nironfore
said, on the nb day of Novunher, A. 1). 1-Ts. in
book -'." ou piii! -M-
And. whereas, delimit ha been CMide In the pay
ment of said note and every part thereof, mid tli"
w hole ol said note being now doe and unpaid : now,
therefore, the undersigned will. n Tuesday. 'I
l ltli ri.iv ol .luinini v. A. D. lso, nt the hour of to
(Ji o'clock p. ni of said (lav, at the vvn-rly door
of tlie e.ourt bouse, Iu Cairo aforesaid. sdl tlie .aid
premises ii'id all equity of redeinptinn ther.-in, or
so much thereof as may be rec-pary 'o pay nfi i.ml
disclinr'j" the said note and the expenses of .uid
sale. In ;iiu highest bidder for cash In hand, and
will make and oxcciite to the puriluis. r or pine La--ers,
good and sntllcient deed, or deeds, lor ll.'
premise so sold. 11ENKY WKL1. Mortgag e.
Calli), 111.. Dec ia, IBJtl.
Stat" of Illinois I In the Alexiiiider l ir'tiit
Alexander Country ( Couitiothe Feb'y tern, lsso
Jlary Jolmson I
Lewis F. Johnson
Affidavit of to tho lion resiilencc of Lewis John
son, the nbove named defendant having been tiled
In the oIliciMif the Clerk ol said Circnlt Court of
Alexander County, notice I hereby given to the
suld Lewis .lolmson, delendnnt, that the complain
ant lllcd her bill for a divorce in said Court, on the
Chaurcrv side thereof, on the vTth day of Aucust.
ls',u and Hint a summon thereupon issued out of
said Court against said ilefeudaiit returnable on the
end Monday of February, A. D. KIJ, us Is hy law
Now unless you, Hie said Lew is F. Johnson shiiil
personally be and appear before the suid Circuit
Curt of AlexaiiderCounty, on the first day ol the
next term thereof, to beholden n Cuiro, at the
court house, lii said enmity, on the second Mon
day of February, A. 1). issi). and plead, answer or
demur to the. complainant's bill of complain!, Ihe
seine mid this miiUei,and thing therein cnilnied
and stilled, will bu taken ts confessed and a decree
entered against you. Krcordlni; to tho prayer of mid
bill. Ntft.'LKKY A LKAK,Complt Sol'r.
.HH1N A. KF.KVK. Clerk.
Dated Ibis llltll day of Dec. 1SU.
A WEEK in yonr own town, and no
risked, ion ran give the
plJl The beat
in) V those w l
s a trial without expense.
opportunity ever offered fur
IIIIiil' to work. You should
trvirtitluiiB else till you see for voiir-
elf what you can do at the buslnee we offer. No
room to explain here. You can ilevoto all your
lime or only your spare time, to the business, and
make greal pay for every hour Unit you work
Women inaks a much as men. Ki nd for special
private terms and particulars, whir.n wo mail tree,
t-loatlit free. Doo't eoioplnln of hard Illness while
you have sndi a chnnca. Add inns 11. HAli.KTT A
liU., 1'orUanil, ilaloe.
"Foi Christmas Pros
Direct from tho Manufacturer at Wholesale i'rie
MAXFJIEI) I)ELMOiTT & CO.,
C-S K N K V A , Swi Ue rim ul.
MONTKEAL,52t4 St. hawpcnco B(
From llilsdnyitplochilsiniiit. vtewlll forwaid our nil.gnlllceut wid world renowned watches, at ha
ui pi Ice at which the same are sold by watchmakers, for the latter do nut ni:.nuisciuie th- m, bt.t Lav
l buy them Ironi tin; luiiuiifactui-cis loo. We nie inaiiulactiirlne a a sl'KCIALT Y keib ss wuti1iii
? "" ;; liiiiilHiti t. .i v.r.t, h 1 .me nf ihe great modern Improvement In wuih work, It doei
away w th ihe old inshlumd key. with wlinh so many per-m, fcnvr iiiin. d ihilr v atchss; the watch 4
won id by turning a milled knob, placed on tho handle or how Instead of bv the ordinary means hl
hands are set In the same wsy. with the add.iVm of presting n small projection on ihe -Me ol the cm J
Ihe udyaiilllgepol ll'.ese Improvement-(lie obvious. Hie cn-e which never need be opened in wimtinw I
miKii-aii ugui auu nusi iigM, prescrviiig linn li
Hie IllUrVa- hi tlvccll Ihe lie. v , I..., nil... ,. I' ihe
Wo Ibi'wui'd post iVet' and duly paid, at tlie follow im
sii'llii.Nfl NIcKhl. luse.iiher pinted. oj n luce. Jiwilnl u, . hole.
.iKo jor oii';;eu, school bny. i tc
OLD fcl.LCTK'J n.ATIil) ch-c, mill
STOL T MI.YKK en-.-, el.gli:,- t :n.ed,
Jewel!, d iu H ;ole
KI.KOANT MIA lili HI NTI.Mi n-c.
sveolnls. i Ijiuliolii' t'.-r li.uaiii e. Ji in-led hi
. Loi;."i;'..'.l i; oM-ir.' i;t, tii.t
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Is i AKAT ijtil.D, 1 !l ),'inii.g ,k..,., ,
ly i i-smnl or p'.ain j.oiii.ei'
I- CAILVf i .ol.I). i.'ti.i i : ta
in Ki.ti:;c! D.hI. s i.i; second-, C
is CAliAT i. OLD, 1! truing i.si . .. -t
ItU-Ilt. Jee. J ill IS ho't l.oiil LlcNl.i e.
i!"Coi!.tC'l .ii'Uii'.e liitttlrg !
CHIloN'.VIM'L'lt WA'I. I
ii.i oul i. oi.i. witii i.ii ti ..-; (.:-
i.i.n.; "...d hui.tii
( HKO.M'VK'ILIM Al KNDAU WA'I
lolirti: i t
li.lls. .!. L' Oi; Lit'., llV ot
' i !-iO. i'.
or ;-.n.l. J i),..
'th ;i..:;g heitli ;
.it I': on. J.'-D to $
All the abive AVa
r!e in 'rualn-r
Moii'itjaiiis Anns ..r ( 're-t-', i
out additional cist.
Every w i.e-h asi ,
in a line .Mi.;..d msc
is v.ar-nr.t' d n writtr.g
.witch Is torw.irdcd to i
wall l.e- the i ! are .
er win :
r. .i.t.ty i.i.d pr.fis i.l of ii.i.-.t-r,. i.t fci.d
ycr. iluiing vhlih p. iti.ii ..o ..i.rg- vv i 1
.-. Ml gold ias - r ai e hi i: -.; v u m
t r.-.tf s.iver.
I'efsoLs r'-'iii' r in aiy pH
oid.-r ' o'.r M.jii;.-,-ai I'.ran-i . it
I' ! lie I. ll.!r l.
rtoy i l l
iVil.g U." . os
on pe n
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if i' a:
rt.i r :n I
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wai. in i m 1 1..
r .iili the in.
I o . I.
Addi'-s 1-4 Of) CLott
We Uhv t call Your atMitiVn to (lur
PATENT STEAJI CY UNDER VALVK"
Wi'IC; IS N,W CO.MINC INTO f, I.N J;!.
VAjyjKirS VATKKT KSCAl.S OR
NO MOKE CYLIXIiKi:
I call the tittcmion of rro-iet'.rs of Stem,; J!,,jri11ts to the ue or this Valve, by which
agrcat saving nffucl is , LVted. 'The Valve b,i dosed on the admission ..frtunm aud
open when cxh.UHting, t!,e engine not liaWe to Ket out of line, no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cyliud,,-,.!,,.. Valve opening or shutting automatically at each ntroke.
The cyhnder i kept dry when the engine is networking as the Valves are then Kept
open l.y a spiral s.rinK. The Valve will ,,,. its price in the tnving of fd In very
Hhort time, Htul will Inn over ten yeur,.
NrStfltc and County liigl.th for Hale. AppIv br leUor 1 neroou at OH CrW
' Wt,St. I.H)H.
810. Jli. &
- - - -
jfia. siis, I
longer ibe nmility of the oil. and gi-at.y pro'on.'iL"
1, ' M ' lu,'""s
pi H'es ;
'.' I V hi i-
i, ol i
I 'Ulif; I'ljst.-ll gi,,.,, mbl, s..Ci,j.if
lever ll.ovt meiil. cry.i,l lUi", -;n.k suoi.c).
i n.'un d.l.i
Liy ll..!-i.cd movciiu u;
l.e of I i.e I.
r watches m :d
r.Ld gi.tit, j"
ei! ll-rocghoii!. s mi
k" ii lond.i
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si s i
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nn .cl dial, Hi;ii
f l.i-l d : Il'l eiccti t i...
no it, ii.. ,b;e Mittou.erl i
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bucks '.! the 'eld
aidi d. r' lo'.', for in lr. diM
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tor i-r.-.irs .f t;..
fil.e. (! II: si. VI r
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loforward :." ir 1
e exact ;.'. h oi
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by Mieui w i.ii. :
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" fa-.". Krai.ce. s, ;t.. '.-ii.
it" at tue io -t ).r:'c. .,jt t'ae 1
niay lair y ;.iit!-- t;.f! ,l. y ; :,,.
lii.r'i. fix .
' d 0 JH'i.e
:.rr.i" a Mai. 1-i-l,
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I.t to '
ANTKIll) l!KLMOT.V Co
H l'.'l'J, MO.N I liKAI,,'
HEADS JIK0KEN OUT.