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TILE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1579.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
BTIIT BOBKlUa COKAT BIC(PTCO).
K. A. IJurnett,
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0m: Bulletin Bulldlaic, Washington Avenue
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only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
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OITJCIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
The King of clubs, Police Captain A.
S. Williams is on trial iu New York for
clnWnnjj C. W. Smith on the day Governor
Robinson reviewed the New York militia.
It is said that Pottmaster-Ucncral Key is
drawing up a law for congress to pass,
making it an indictable efl'enso for newspa
pers to publish the advertisements of lot
teries. Why not include Uiick medicines,
circuses, immoral shows, dime novels and
lame (speeches and mean whisky? As a re
former Mr. Key has ideas.
Gexbhai. Hancock no vcr really found
out what a mean wretch ho was until his
name was mentioned in connection with
the presidency, and Senator Rayard who,
when ha was lighting within his party
against the dictation of the caucus on the
financial question, was lauded to the skies
by th'1 Stalwart press of the country, now
finds that lie never did anything much.
The United States Supreme Court has de
cided that the acts of consress, on which
the system of the trade marks are lounded,
sire invalid, and that there U no authority
given to congress by the constitution to en
:u:l trade mark regulations. Under this de
cision there is no protection of rights sup
posed to have bcon guaranteed under trade
mark, and no penalty attached for their vio
lation, since the law that provides the pen
alty is unconstitutional.
At Tni-i conclusion of 3Iiss Josic Meek
i rs lecture in Leadville the other night, a
resolution was adopted by tho large audi
ence present, "That the Ute Indians must
stud slull In; removed outside the border of
our state, or that it will be our duty to make
them peaceable Indians." There is no mis
taking the sentiment of the people of Colo
r.Kio; if the general government is unable
to protect their borders, the settlers are cer
tain to take the job into their own hands.
An Indiaua sheriff presented himself in
court and askyl to be relieved from the
(luliesof his office, sssigning as a reason his
fondness for Intoxicants. The extraordi
jiary petition so astonished the judge, who
appears to be a believer in the theory re
specting American office-holders, that few
die and none resign, that he was obliged to
take the matter under consideration for a
few days. The only danger now is that the
disgusted official will get over his head
ue.ht! and withdraw his resignation hetunt
the court is prepared to act upon so import-
ant a case.
Bi hi.in'oton, Iowa, ha hud an tectorial
commission, the decision being against the
Pemocrat, of course, by a vote of two to
uc. At the late election the Republican
candidate for county treasurer was' given
the ccrtitkaU1. ' His opponent acrved i
nolice of contest, and tho board of super
vmors agreed to refer the case to a high
tribunal composed of three members, one
to be appointed by each of the contestants,
undone by the, board. Without heeding
llie frightful example of 1870, tho Democrat
consented.' On the examination it wus
generally admitted that the liourhon had a
majority, provided all the votes bearing
his name misspelled or abbreviated were
counted foe him, but the commission held
two Republicans to one Democnt, that it
could Dot prciumo to doclda on tho voters
Intention, and must tnko tho ballots as it
ouul thorn. ' T ic remit was an affirmation
of the Republican nominee's election. An
appeal will be taken to the supreme court
of the stntc, which, it is presumed, will
look upon the case in a different light.
Cai-t. .1 oux Kisri.Kit has filed suit in Indi
anapolis against Hon.. John C. New, A.D.IIc
reth and others, claiming $30,000 damage for
false imprisonment. Kistler was convicted
in ISM for tin attempt to blackmail the
defendants growing, out of an ulleged inti
macy of llcrcth with a woman named Nel
lie Dclosc. Kistler was tried three times
and three times convicted, on his fourth
trial the case was struck from the docket.
Not satisfied with this ending of the case
Capt. Kistler, in 1878, claimed trial and was
again convicted and passed a few months in
the penitentiary, where he certainly be
longed; but the supreme court decided
that his last trial and conviction was illegal
and he was released. The above suit is the
result of his lat trial aud can have but one
ending. His imprisonment was the result
of a trial claimed only by himself and no
jury in Christendom would be likely to
give him even the nominal one cent
Si-KAKiNo with reference to the recent
trial of Miss Anna Ifofl', the St. Louis
Republican of the lilth instant, says:
The young woman, Annie lluiT, who shot j
and killed her betrayer at Newport, Ky a
few days ago, had an easy time of it on her
preliminary trial. The magistrates before
whom she appeared discharged her, and
also her brother who accompanied her when
she went to shoot her recreant lover. She
is still liable to be indicted by the grand-
jury fur trial before the circuit court, but it
Is not at nil probable the grand-jury will
ever give her any trouble. This may be
called Kentucky law; but it is Ohio law,
and Illinois law, too: intact, it may be
called universal law in this country. An
nie llotFs killing of Scheurer was deliber
ate, premeditated and malicious, in the eye
of the law; it had all the elements of mur
der, and, in fact, it was murder and nothing
else. But it would be difficult to point out
a community in the United States where a
jury would say so, if this young woman was
on trial. She bad been irreparably wrongid,
and this would be held a sufficient excuse
for her crime, great as it undoubtedly was.
Wu have had frequent cases of killing of
betrayers by women in this country, but we
have yet to hear of the first woman being
h inged for such a crime.
T'rut.1 Cliritifin l ulon, August
EvKit siNcr. Dr. Wm. M. (iiles, of 12 U
West Broadway, N. Y., extended a frank
invitation to owners of lame horses to bring
their equine property round to his place of
business for free treatment, the corner of
White street aud West Broadway has come
to resemble a horse fair. The Dot tor's hold
defiance, which, is thus thrust upon the
curious attention of his neighbors, is baed
on his earnest belief in h's Iodide Am
monia Liniment, which is now preferred to
all others by the chief stock raisers and
sporting men of this country.
A valuable horse of the writer's was
kicked on the lioek. Swelling and lame
ness ensued, rendering the animal iu arly
worthless. e were advised to try Oilm
Liniment, rind are gratified to say it acted
like a charm. About two niche of bone
came away, the sore healed up, aijvl the
lameness and swelling are fast disappearing.
Henry Ward Ueecher, Lyman Abbott. Edi
tor. Oil'V Pill cures Dyspepsia. Sold
by Barclay Bios.
MRS. M. A. S WANDER,
"Winter's Blot k. Corner Seventh street tinH.'nai-MK-rclHl
Desires ii inform the eii ir.'-n" of i.'hiro and . i ii.i'y,
that she has u
New ami Lnre Stock of (ioods
Whl, b -he will sell at m ai. i.'"st. en -.istlng t'f
Hats and Bonnets,
And rim: Imported Ho" lor I.&tlics and Children.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very latest design-. Prices as low as pos-
siiiie ami goods marked in plain figures. Will not
be undersold, Cull and examine. No trouble to
show good Ladies who do not see what they
num win pirasii iihk iwr o,
JUS. 0. MCLEAN,
Hits without a doubt the llnest line of
Millinery and Fancy Goods
In this city, aud
Thoy Must; hv Sold tit
Tke I.adlea atu requested to call and ctamlue
l'rii-i'H Will )hi Mtttin HullHlUittory.
El'-Il'm HTRKET, NKXT DOOR TO HTUAItT'H
DRY WObH UOUHK.
VOTICE OF AlMl'MTMEXT.
v. nr mxi'll. KIKllKll. DKi kahkii.
All person having clalma against the estate of
t. ' . ... . -I . 1 - I.. .....I... .....I
BUlmlel riSIl.T, iicccubcu, nni iiviyuj uwiiucu linu
requested to attend and present such clalmato the
I'iinntv Court of Alexander County. Illinois, fur I lie
purpose of having the aainu adjusted ill a term of
aid l ourt, to no uoin aiino i oun uouso, in tue
City nffjlio in said Alexander County, outhu third
Monday of Juuutiry, A. I)., IsSO, bela tho l'.'th d.v
Dated November loth. A. I).. 1ST!).
CATIIEK1NK J.HS1IKK, Exeeittili.
D.MINISTKATOlt 8 NOTICE.
' XSTATR 01' WILLIAM K KM) ALL, HKCKAHHH.
The tiiidersiKiied. liuviiiji been appointed admin
istrator of the chI ute of William Kendall, late ol the
C'ounly of Alexander aud Htate of Illinois,
ileceused, hereby e,ives notice that be will appear
before the t'oauly Court of Alexander County, at
the court house, in Cairo, at the December term, on
the liilnl Momliiy iu December next, at which time
nil petrous Inn ing claims aaliiHt said estate are
mitlnVd mid requested to uttend for the purporc of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to moKu immediate piiy
incut to the uudcrHlticd.
Mated tins Klrst dny of November. A. I),, is;!l.
KIIANIi E. KENDALL. Administrator.
InTATI! OP IIAXOItIA NASON, IIKCLASKD.
The ttudertflL'ucil. hitvine been appointed Exec
utor of I he List will and totumcut of uiirmria
N.ison, late of the County of Alexander, and Mute of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the County Court Hf Alexitncicr
County, at the Court House, in Cairo, ni the Decem
ber term, on the 3rd Monday in December nevt,
ut which time all persons having claims unnst
said Estate are notified and requested to atteuil fr
the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said Estate are Yequcted to
niHKe imtneaiutv pavmeni to ine. uiiderHlgrnU.
Dutedthls 'J-.'nd day of October. A. I)., lSVit
11ICJIAKD KIT.OEHALD, Exocptur.
THE DAILY Bl'IJ-ETIN.
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l The Cairo Bulletin enters upon its
J 1 J I eieventu vcar witn a complete new
outtll mill a deternilnatloii to make
it in all remprts worthv ih,.
J 1 1 1 II FII I oflteputroiif.
, , ,.K I'ublbiK'd Every Moruintr,
It Hi i-nbn.t e i:. it . yurjiti' ihiiv
A' A I
AAA jof such character as we trust -hall
A A 'prove the equal of the chespost and
V utl o: Jurtun'.err.ponrit-.
as !t bus .-iittayi done, advocate
Ihi; principles of i tie Democratic imr.
Iiy, holding that rhi-rctnhodv the enly
;irimiples upon which a republican
go'crnruciii can lie administered.
t While avowing this purpose, it is nut
I i Tilt ; "'en im-oovey tue luea mat t.'ie
paper will iiphuli the puny right or
wrong, 'i'lint which it hclicves to he
wrong it wi.) denounce, feurlesslv.
Yi V Y Y always "hewing to the line, and 'let
YY YY :'10 l'u'V' lu" where they mav."
' ' 1 But as a mfe, suund ami sensible
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Blood to the Head, Pale Countenance and Dry Skin.
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COAL I JN E !
DIE ELECTJUC CLEANSEIt.
HAS NO EQUAL FOR (iEXERAL HOUSE-CLLAXIXG
PUKPOSES, FOll AVASHIN( CLOTH IN
FOll THE HATH, 4fcC., AC.
For Cleaning l'aint, Varnished Sin faces, Window Class. Minors, Cold 'lW.r,
Marble, Pianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Case-. Btu.'yes'
CutGlass, Globes, (las Fixtures; Reimives Pit, !, ::ml Tar from the Hands m C!otl i, g
readily, Ac. Ac
F0I FSE AS A DISINFECTANT 'Wrl
Any thiuK Soiled lvOJ.I -p GlMOASK.Lv Flir ny ;-n
c-il M.'ii l.-,or ly Din ol nny kind, it vill flt an
WITH OUT SOAP OR WATEI!.
To Vtt.snnN Coai.in. f-HfAVV- I Lave t'oaMiu- in uy fi.ni.:i ti , (,,:,', it a.i ti.. ;-i.--
fl,i"1 r"ril' ltl","''rtlly'iJ.-tiort.isoapa,.i-:enn.,-rar.d mud. mote . , onor.iiral it r. rnoi. s 'c'-i
r.wn fabrics ithonl injuriu; the tevlarc or clunking fust color. It , ti, l.u.U an.! I -n i
soft. It al-o heals son-and chapp. dhumls readily. Ilcspcttfully j jur..
Wy.I.fMs KVELE'IT ill Cof.as-.iroie A.-.. hi.a. -.
To tiik WKstrns Co.w.tsr: CWc have bu-n n-inj in nur family Coailne." , ;, .,. ,, , ,, .,
in this city, and find It one or the mo-t useful tliirg, for family use we have t ver ktiov, ,. or h. ard of I or
washlij". k ruhl liiL'. cli-Hiiini' .I'n.. i. L'.,.,..., . , ..... ,
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u .... .-qiiiu t,verv lanoiy Mioum have II The
bode- f lllc.'O Mn.--t
" L- . I ALKIN"-.
tf-IS THE ONLY Wasliii:? Compoeiid -M in lie'k.and .tt!,tl f,.W.: using :(;,- .,).;, , r,
and valuable article at a low llgnre toniia Uug with staple goods like Soap.
The following testimonials f,i., .eiUs with v-L. in n-pry infaiiomd i initv at, u-vu:uwt ,
loaline lu its true position before the public. It . a good tfcing. and should l. pcm raliy i'-.-,l-
Ihavci,d toalliielnwybotise. It saves lo..rn..,l .v... , ..i,, ,, ! ,.,.M,t,lf , n ..,,,
ne wnnoiit it i finrnliu. 111.. August Isth. lsi:i.
I find coaline to be
August ISth. is?'.
that js i laitned for i'.
I taieused cnalin. to, !. a h-ad li;ln. ol engn., .. re the ,;ir, j. Larw R((.. tli if , -,;,. ,
with conccntrntcd lc I found coaline o do tl.e work fnliy as w. ; s ;...t.;,, witt.u.t ,:s It u ' .
cfrects.-C-entralia. 111.. August lvth. t-T'. C. HII.I.s. For. man J'aint Shop. I '( y "y
All leading grocers u ill hav
be, at all tsftie. obtaiusble at
tl, and esti ! pp'y
Ilj'ads of Fiiitiilics will Call and C
OHIO LEV EE
Atltht'ss l-hi:i Cliotemi Avini . i. Louis.
We Desire to call Your alit ntioii lo Our
"PATENT STEAM CYLINDER YAi.Y K."
WHICH IS NOW COMING INTOi.iENEEAI. LK.
WA I r K 1 rs I a TKK T msca j m: O I v
FO.lt STUAAl CYJ.1JS Dibi ts.
NO MOKE CYLINDER
I call the a(l.'iiliiii nf tirniriel(ii'i "I'Slenin Enyines to the use of this Valve, by whii.i,
itfrreat wtvini; nf fuel i clfertcd. The Valve beinv; closed on the admission of steam nr. 1
open when exhnustinj;, the engine is not liaUle to jet out of line, as no wad r is allowed tt
nceuinuhile in the cylinder --tins Valve opening or shutting nutoniutically at each stroke.
The cylinder is kept dry when the engine is not working, us the Valves arc then kept
open by a spiral spring. The Valve will pay its price in the saving of fuel In n very
nhort time, and will last over ten years.
f-7"HtntL' nn,i County Rights for Hale. Apply by ''tt('r pci'son nt MOU Chottau
venue, St. Louis.
OF THE WORLD!
CO A LINE
j CO A LINK
iui ui.i ui iiou.ing ainl carp, ts, i !c
IM. Il.ii .';
pr...-1. su iow a to bring It v.nl.i,, n,
ren h il -v.
-MILS. JAVE McPAIL
n. o::.n. :d Ii -Certraiia. Iiili a;
MRS. !'. (iXLEY.
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il.. ir i u.t. ii.i-r in a f.-w i's.. Ii
u .Viini.lf. 1'iee fcp Ti in I. wt i.up Sdif,
c.iriiep Kiirhth St.
and ahiuetiii Ai i t:c
HEADS DII0K EX OFT.