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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER T, 1S70.
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"K. A. Burnett. Cairo. Illllnoia "
inly Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
livfipst Circulation ol any Daily in
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY.
K. A. Uuvnol t,
Mr. Haves has appointed the 21th of
November a day of thanksgiving and praise
for the benefits revived from a beautiful
Giiast surely is a strong man. No one
ilse coulJ eat anJ drink his way around the
w.ld and, thrive at it unless he combined
the endurance of the great American trav
eler with the digestion of the champion
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m. ly cTT-rra al&klcg fitvl. licfort ".
frsijatncy of resumption wa? iscr?d
di 1 lo: fetl called upon to nake invc-st-xavtts
in the fund, for the law had been
in ro than complied with iu every respect.
The ten millions new to be added to the
circulation will not prove unpleasant to
those iiteresed in tho speculative furor, nor
will the announcement that it is coming
iujure the prospects of the Republican
party in the approaching elections. In
view of tho Democratic threats that congress
will this winter endeavor to secure the sus
pension of the sinking-fund act, and de
vote its energies to a reduction of federal
taxation, the action of the secretary becomes
of more than ordinary interest. Although
long an opponent of increasing the fund
faster than provided by Inw, it may bp that
he sees in the Bourbon menace an opportu
nity to alarm the country by misconstruing
its avowed purpose and takes bis new dc-
jnirniru wiin uitu unci m view, ii it lias
been decided by the administration to an
tagonize any attempt at suspeuding the op
erations of the law as uncalled-for, and cal
dilated to unsettle confidence, no better way
of opening the ball tlntn that adopted by
Mr. Sherman could have been selected.
There is no reason to doubt that the Demo
. trats, having almost decided on a crusade
against the sinking fund, will accept his
proposal for the sale of bonds to the gov
ernment as provocation for a headlong rush
in the direction toward which they have
long been drifting.
.IKSSE AND FRANK.
INKOUM ATIOX THAT THE NOTORIOCS JAMES
IlKOTHERS ARE NKAH KANSAS CITY.
Although very little has been said in the
papers during tho pust few days relative to
the Glendale robbers, the hunt for the men
now positively known to have had a hand in
the matter has been kept up. The James
boy and other members of the gang of out
laws have been in .luck son county almost
continuously since tint day the Chicago and
Alton express train was robbed. Although
the number of their friends have decreased
very materially in the last lew years and
particularly so since this overt act was com
mitted almost in the midst and
to the injury, of their old associ
ate and neighbors, who have settldi down
to peaceful pursuits, still there are those
who rejoice in on opportunity to harbor tlie
outlaws, aud will spare no pains or expense
to keep them posted as to the movements
Ix-ing made to effect their capture.
k is certain ihat within a very few days
Je'se and Frank James were hidden in the
brush fifty fee' away from officers who were
liiintii)2 thorn. They have been traced
from place to place, and seen by citizens
who quietly, lor tear oi uctng assassiniuc'ii,
have given possitivo information as to their
For a number ol days past every road
witliin a radious of forty miles lias been
closely guarded by men at night, but this
coming to the- knowledge' of the James
boys through their friends, they have taken
new routes, and seldom remain any length
of tiinu in one place. They have them
selves begun to realize that it is not as safe
as in loraier years for them to remain in
Jackson county, and to judge trom their
movements, are preparing to go into winter
quarters at one of their places of retreat in
Yesterday a rumor having been circulated
in Lee's Summit that Jesse and Frank were
in the vicinity, as the report generally circu
lated there was great excitement, and in a
few hours a hundred armed men were ready
to co in search of them. The latest infor
mation is to the ell'eet that the posse had
them surrounded in the woods. On the
strength of this report Marshal Liggett left
on a 5 o'clock train this morning. It is
impossible to say what developments may
result from the rumor, but the county offi
cers feel quite confident that bclore the
week is closed they will have one or the
other of the Jameses, either dead or alive.
In conversation with a man who at one
time was well acquainted with the Jameses,
Youngors, and other noted characters, he
stated that for a few years after the close of
the war, he was in sympathy with the men,
but now, since (hey had become bandits, lie
lias no sympathy for the gang and would
do anything to effect their capture.
SIX PERSONS IN A RELIGIOUS
TKANCK FOB THHEK DAYS.
Lemurs ilotvirt fScutiticl.
The Bev. S. T. Gulbrath, a local preacher
oi" the M. E. church, who came hero from
Ireland last summer, and who lias been
preaching in this coiunrry since that time,
related last Saturday, in Jones, the mer
idian t tailor's store, to the editors of the
Lemur papers, oeeunvnees which be said
transpired in Klkhorn township last Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday, and which are
very singular, to say the' least of it. lie
left 11. J. Campbell's Sunday morning on
norsei'rtck, tor tlu; purpose ol tilling lis ap
pointments, and proceeded to O.
lligday's, in Klkhorn. Here he lu'und
five persons in all: comprising
two mi n and three women, in a state or
great spiritual elevation. Iu a short time
they fell on the tlooi ; and he, too, seized by
the same fascination, soon followed, lie
lay in a trance, during whieh he bad the
most ecstatic visions. In a few hours the
six persons recovered their eoii:i.u-iiis.
and each learned that tF.e other had been
Messed with heavenly visio:i. One of tise
sisters prophecy log. a::d told the band that
thev t:iu: n m tic thert :':.r tiire .lavs a:: 1
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Galbr&ith si'.v a piliar '.f silt is ti.fr
trance. At one t:m :.. was w;t;j
fierce and racking pains as if the devil h.d
lio'nt ot him, but tie; go'el siin-s i i."u
ence gained the victory, and he tfterward-
had transporting visions.' This continued
until Wednesday morning, when Galbralth
leu tor Lemars. Some friends were going to
raise a fund for him, so that he mi'dit re
turn to Ireland, where hiifather isstationed
as an Episcopal minister. This i substan
tially the story as told by Galbraith. All
the parties to the singular transactions are
known to us by name, but we forbear doing
anj thing beyond outlining the curious
A DUKL WITH HATCHETS.
A correspondent writes as folows tu the
Boulder (Col.) News and Courier;
The Denver papers publish two different
statements concerning the duel that was to
be fought in Breckinridge, in the early set
tlement of this country, neither i- which
gives the true cause of the difficulty, nor
the reason it did not terminate fit ally to
one or both parties.
The principles ol the duel were C. P.
Hall, who is .now in Montana, ami Spencer,
who is r.uw in the Black Hills, mining,
and was formerly United States senator
The difficulty occurred at a social gather
ing, where Hall, imagining Spencer insult
ed him, wrote him a" challenge to
mortal combat, and placed it in the hands
of a friend to be delivered to Spencer.
The latter at once accepted the challenge
naming hatchets as the weapons, and the
early part of the following day as the time
The parties each bought hatches, but
they were not the sizo-'and weight that
could be thrown with accuracy. Spencer
hud had practice as a boy in throwing a
particularly shaped hatchet of a certain
weight; and a blacksmith named George
Uressier was employed to make two of the
kindvanted. This delayed the time of
meeting until aliernoon, utid the interval
was employed without avail by mutual
friends in the eudeuvor to settle 'the diffi
culty. The parties met, and again friends inter
feared to stop the light, but neither would
retract or make any apology, though this
May probably saved tlieb'l'eof Hall, for
at this moment the mail-carrier came in
sight, and the seconds told the principles
to wait, us the carrier might have a letter
for one or both of them. They waited, and
tin currier came up with a letter fur Hull
from his mother, who wrote Unit hhe had
visited Spencer's mother the day before
writing, mid how happy they both were to
think of their two boys, who Wert log, thcr
to take care of each other in case of sit k
ness or trouble, if necessary.
Hall, after reading the letter, passed it to
h second, who also handed it to Spencer's
K-cond, and the latter giving it to Spencer.
Alter the letter hud been read all around,
both priucipW blamd themselves for be-
ing too hasty and apologized, Spencer leav
ing soon for home, nod duriug the war
joined the uniou army. Hall started for the
Halmon Uiver gold mines, but finding gold
in Montana in the Sinking Water mines, he
went there and was married.
This is a true story of the whole affair.
SMOKING IN THE I) AUK.
The question has been asked why a man
smoking a pipe should not be aware - when
the candle is put out whether the tobacco
is still burning. There is first the poiitf of
fact. It may be questioned if any one real
ly finds himself in the difficulty supposed.
We believe, undsr certain conditions, the
doubt may exist. Smokers aro not always
large consumers of the weed, They often
form a habit of taking very little smoke into
the mouth and of breathing chiefly through
the nose, The consequence is that the
"pleasure" of smoking may consist in hav
ing something to do, ami the sensation of do
ing that something is quite as .likely
to be a matter of seeing us of
tasting. Pn eases of this class the
smoker, being deprived of his accostomed
evidence or means of enjoyment, may be
distressed. Of course, it is not alleged that
a man cannot ascertain whether the con
tents of his pipe are lighted when he hap
pens to be in the dark. That would be
sheer folly. Meanwhile, the experiment,
if such it can be called, is well calculated
to draw attention to the economic question
how far the pleasure of smoking is gener
ally imaginary. If it be, a suitable sub
stitute for the expensive cigar and wasteful
pip might be found in some permanent
material, of proper consistency, molded
into the approved shape. It has long been
a mystery to some smokers how other
smokers could systematically smoke bad
cigars; the mystery may be dispelled if it
should turn out that the fumes ot the tobac
co consumed are not even inlial!. Lancet.
SITI'OSK THIS HAD UK EX DONE IN
s;. I.miin i lube Deniorm',.
An Iowa landlord bound his tenant with
a east iron leasing eontrnct, which provided
that the rents,,' "whether due or to become
due, shall be a perpetual lien on any crops
and otiier personal property of the' lessee,
whether the same hs exempt from execu
tion or not." The ( ;il force ot this elans'
was made the chief issue in a law -nil. It
was argued that a contract making subject
to seizure property which the -tatute'de-clared
to be exempt from execution is con
trary to public policy. This is the l'.r-t
cac '4 the kind which has been before
Iowa courts and the supreme court of that
state recently decided it to the effect thi.t
tli" contract was a valid one.
A B; iv kadi; that vm.n.n nc l.vit.:.
Tli e.-re- I'loi.i :h" system .f :,u- mate
ria' through the natural danix-!- -hould
'e r. i ! red free, witho'.tt lo t' time.
:kj l- pr-MUivd bv a:i attack
rpati'-n. a !:-r i t whic'.i if
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it :'.- ';J:!y f tneti-c remit. rially
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A .'.I.:-..'. ;.t uiioTs us vJScer to I
" t.i-'- rvn; teihr to gar-1
''"'i L'r.ds'-y B'.c-.-i Seurche: is war- j
: -i to go through your -jstent from Up
- s i.t.1 I'.r'.xt; out all blood diw.tues. Its
a.- -'Kderful and certir.fd to by doc-
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,i.:-ea-e,Erp:pela,Te,ter.Ulce:sinJ.T. VAR11EX Ai CO.
the h-.ti'S or on the Skin. Boils. Pimpji s.
we warrant .t to cure. It is a pure!
Vegetable Compound r.nd Powerful Tun;
For -ale by all Druggist-. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper i
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i. i.. . i.i. 1. 1. lis a co., i rop rs, ritisCiurg;
I'-a. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Why wiil you n:ftV-r with th- Iiysptp.ia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get i.t our stop s
Shiloh's Syt'-m Vitidizer which we sell on
a positive gmx'intcr. to cure yen. Prue
lOtts. and 3 c.s. For ule by Barclay
"II.u kmktai h" a popular and lragivn
Perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Ir has wonderlul power on Jyjwels. Liver
and Kidneys! What.' Kidney-W"rt.
Don't Bi: Dix i.jved. Many ja rsons st.y
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to i tire their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they net 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 euro when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive- that we will re
fund tho price paid if you receive no ben
ellt. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOtts. .10 its. and 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. lTice 25 cts. Fr sale by
Savk yoih lni.iuiEN. For expe'lmg
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tenspoonfil given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Bonj.Ly
tl", Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver. St. Louis. Mo. Hold by all drug
gists. Price 25 i ts. . K. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Br,,s,. Agents
TiiiCTiiCTinsjiniUTY and will prevail,
llenisaiids who have used snd been cured
ire living witnesses to the truth of our
Matemci.t,tliat Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
tlio worst cases of liv(?r complaint, Milieus
nes, headiicho arising therefrom, costive
rics", constipation, diw.lness and ull ilisor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. IMee 25 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh j
Pa. Uitrclay Bros., agents.
That 2 and 2 make 4 is un established
fact none can deny. That Portaline is tho
best remedy in tho world for all disorders of
the stomach and liver, is ' another fact to
which all who have tried it will bear testi
mony. It is entirely vegetable, and com
pounded with tho greatest care; each pack
age containing 80 doses for an adult.
Price HQ cents. Uarclny liros., Agents.
A Cakd To all who are Buffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, kiikk . ok oiiarok. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
velope to the Ukv.Joskpii T. Inmax, Sta
tion I), Nev York City.
Onk of the Bloods of Boston recently
went to Chicago and got into a dispute with
a policeman regarding the number of
glasses of beer he hail taken. As i'. blood
purifier there is nothing like Uosadalis, the
great Southern Remedy. Soothes the hot
UIooil with a iiiagn; touch. For sale by
INVESTORS AN!) MECHANICS.
PATESTS ainl how to obtain ilnm. Pampli-.t ol
tie pn2ca free, npun receipt of Stnir.iie for postnt'u
Addrcr-s Ijll.MoKK. SMITH 4 CO..
.Solicitor of Patent, linx HI.
n.MiNivrR.uoi: s notk i:.
ITATF. OP WIII.I.OI KKMMU:. IIKC K.WII.
The umlerxiKiied. havim been nppoli.ted adiniu
isimtor of thu"uu-ol Willimn Wen. lull, hie of ihi
County of Alexander and Suite f llliimin.
deceased, lurebynive notice thilt he will npp.-nr
before the Comity Conn of AlexntidiT l ountv. m
the court houe. in Cain), at the December ienii. en
the third Mouthy in Hec.anber next, at which nine
all person haviiiK claim" against mid eMut.- ur
untitled and requested to attend lor the purpn-e of
:;aiiii: the same adjusted All person hnh-Mcd to
aid 'state lire i'eiiiested to inuke immediate pay
ce nt to the undersigned.
Dated tin" Kirt ilnv ol Novi-mlu r. A . D.. 1s;m
FRANK K: KENDALL. Adiniiii-lniior.
i t T'iK'S NOTICE.
Tin- uiidersiened. h: m-4 be-u itppoimetl Kx -utor
of the lust til mid te.tniii. ut of 'inorta
vn-on. late of the County ,,f Ai.'.,u l. r. arid Slate of
lllinoi-. (iei'iMsei). hereliy iriv.-i notice that he will
appear beiore the ( Jn.'nry Court of Alexander
fount, at tliel'ourt Hon-", in Cairo.ai the Decem
ber term, nn tie' :!rd Monday in December next,
at which time all persons hating ilaim- aijniit
- dd Eta;e are notiti'-d and p-qMcMcd to attetol for
tli- lHiipo-'e of having tin- sawn' adjusted. All
per-"ll- illlii l'lell to fliid K-tate lire ri"; Ue.-li'd to
ii.a!,"' :!Mt;iedi:ite pKyniei'f to the i!iilTijriifi
Diiied this -.-.'ini dav of D- emher. A. 1).. lstu
lll'll.l:i) KITZiEI.4i.D. Executor.
iAI.K OF VAI.l'AItt.E CITY LOTS.
Win Tweed Parker v
Linker, pvas K. Pnrk'-r.
Llizaheih Linker. Win
Public noti"e i- tiep-by eiv. n that the under--Icni
d Ma-'e- lu h.mcery lor Alexander I'oimtv.
in puruan. of a decree of the Alexander Couutv
Circuit Court, enter,. ,t ,,n the 1th i',av oftii tob-r.
1ST!', will otler for tM- at public niction to the
hi2hi bidtl-r en Saturdav. the tr.th (lav ot Xou-m.
j b.-r. 1;'J. tLree )if in lie- City of Cairo. lllii;i:i.
j de-eriiied a follow-; to -Ait: ' Lots numbered K
! and IS in Lloi k on. . and Lot :'!'in Hint k M. accord
i it.'i t-j the ori.'inai piat ol a:d city. Lot C. I on the
I vomer of Fourth and Li-vc .reef, and lot 1 j the
ndjoitsiu; bit on I.eee street. Lot :.S ou Ttii
:e. t uLd ha' i;;e)!i it a e;"cd frame uwelllie.'.
The -s!e will bc-in at 1 oYiis k p. in. at lot S'
1 :.;.d wi.l beiu at lot. 17 au.i ' ' 2 oVlm k p. m.
T-r:i-: One half cash, and the oilier half pav-
as.,- tu twelve moutiis from diy ol sale; pr.ri-hcr
'-. mil'-; i'.-i . li'. iii i i yi nun .lin .
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M.-.- -r it "r. i ! A'.exar.iler i o..ti". . Iilim.
.' ; '.KriEN 4 i.iLLi:i:T. Soii. i'nr,
1 iJi'-.-d Cairo. Liuoi. October ;,id. ;s;i.
fVU GC, Y. Sworn! St.
loi'ifr. kr.fl Dfinies'l: ilried and I'Miie d FruitN thu
V"i;e:aiis. c'nnn d. dried i.d soii I'i-h. Pick
Sue. id'.ij and Condimt'b:. Soup
s:i:fl, Rakini! Powders, ground tr.d
whu SpVe. ToilH ntid Laundry
SuHt . Seeds. Jellie. l'res'Tti
f'dr.cy Oro'.erie and iiro
Stock unpcinilleled in (he Wet.
SKNH FORGO: GI10CERS,'.MAM"KL
ROOTS AND SliCFS.
HOOTS AND SII0KS
-.Made to Order-
FRO.M TKK liKsT MATERIA!. ON MioRT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAK
ANTEE1). UTRepirii,r; done with neatne and (le.phtdi.
SHOP; Wuhiue,tot Aveime, N. K. Comer
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EIGHTH W UNDER
S!C O ALINE IISSHK
THE ELECTJtIC CLEAX8EK.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR (GENERAL IIOUSE CLEA I
1URL0SE;S. FOR WASHING CLOTHES
FOR THE RATI I, ,(!., fcc. ' "
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Class, Mirrors, ;()f V.m.w-,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machine, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware. Show Cum s. liter..-
Cut Glass, Globes, G;,s Fixtures; Rcniovrs Pitch and Tar from the Hands cr ( loth'r, '
readily. Ac., Ac.
FOR I'SR AS A DISINFECTANT ""VMWWMV
Anything Soiled by OIL or
oil Mnpks.oi'l.y Din
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I have us- d coaline in my house. It sates labor :;i.d -1.1. . ,-:,.,.
be without It. (Vnlratln- in.. August lsth. b'.'.'.
I llnd coaline to be ill that .. clainie.l f,
Aieju-t lsth, lsfi.
I have used coaline toeUsi, adlihlsof el,;-:,,,
wo., eoiK-eniraie,, ,ye . I loMtil ul:iif ...do li.e
effect.-(Vntralla. 111.. Aiwi.t P'th. isfi.
All Icailiim grocers w ill hat'
. at all lime, obtainable at
it. anil can
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lieii.ls .,f Families will Citll (;(
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Ww to ciill Vour iittt'iitimi to Our
"PATRNT STi;A.M CYLINDEI5 VALVI-:,"
W11K II IS NOW CoMlNt; INTmiKM-jiAl. 1M.
WALTJirs iA'rioNT j.:scA:ri.;. on
VOll S'l'KAM CVhlNDKits.
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I call the uttculion of prop ietors of Steiini Kngines to the use of this Valve, 1, v.hiih
a great saving of fuel is cll'ccted. The Valve being closed on the admission oi'stt'ain and
open when exhausting, the engine is not liable to get out of line, ns no water is allowed to
accumulate in the cylinder- tie Valve opening or shutting automatically tl ,.u,.tt stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry whei. the engine is not working, as the Valves are ihen kept'
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price in the saving of fuel n vm.
short time, and will last over i n years.
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vetiue, St, Louis. I
OF THE WORLD!
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