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THE DAILY CAIRO MJLLElN. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1870.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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K. A. Burnett,
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Office: Bulletin BulMlntr, Waililngton Avenue
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"E. A. Burnett, Cairo, lllllnoi "
"".nlyMoruins Daily in Soifttiern Illinois
1 Argoet Circulation ot any Daily in
CFFk'IAL PAPEF. OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Another London journalist is in trouble.
Tiiis time it is the ciitor of the Figaro, who
gets three months imprisonment and pays r.
f.ne of fiOO for publishing matter of a de
1 amatory character.
A to the lrte election in New York and
what its re-ults amount to, the Springfield
IC-publicau takes this view : l,It is impos
sible to regard New York as anything but a
doubtful state, iu which the prestige of suc
cess rests with the Republicans, a majority
of the poll with the Democrats, and the re
sult ne'xt year turning on the unknown
votes of the great mass of upward of l-IO,-.0)0
men who stayed away from the polls.'
An:uew Tu.ev, of llarrisburg, Ta., was
condemned to be hanged for the murder of
liis cousin and sweetheart, Mary Riley. As
foon as the death sentence, was pronounced
he began to devolop a taste lor literature
nnd to call fur book after book to read. In
addition to DickensVnovels and the works
i f Darwin and Huxley, he devoured the en
tire edition of the American Encyclopedia,
page by page, lie read the Bible from
Genesis to Revelations, Scott Irom Wuverly
t) Ivuuhoc and Byron from Child;; Harold
to Don Juan. All this avidity for learning
was taken as the manifestation of an unusu
ally strong mind a circumstance which by no
jueuuscxtcnuated the crime of Tracy in public
stimation. But the other day it was dis
covered that Tracy had written a poem, and
immediately suspicion began to be aroused.
This act, it is thought, furnishes good
ground for belicviug that the good man is
not so intellectual after all and that there
is un hereditary taint ol lunacy lingering
about his brain. The day of execution has
been fixed for December 4, but a motion
for a new trial on the newly discovered
plea of insanity has been filed, and, having
read the poem, we have no hesitation in be
lieving tho court will consider it as an
ample justification for deciding the motion
favorably. Ye have no doubt that this will
prove to be a c.isj wherein a poem saved a
('ommekti.no on General Crook's view of
of the Indian question the St. Louis Re
publican says: In his recent report, Gen
eral Crook, commanding the department
ot the l'lattc, makes this significant state
"During tewnty-3cven years of my ex
penence with tho Indian question I have
never hnown a bsnd of Indians to make
peace with our government and then break it,
or leave their reservation without some
ground of complaint; but until their com
plaints are examined and adjusted they
will constantly give annoyance and
Hero we have, from authority as intelli
gent a it is impartial, a clear setting forth
of tho causes and cures of our Indian diffi
culties. Gen. Crook's twenty-seven years'
personal experience confirms, so far us that
experience goes, the emphatic (statement of
a man who had a great deal more : 8am
Houston who said that "thero never wus
an Iudian wuron this contineut in which
the whites were not the aggressors." Such
' testimony from such a source is a complete
refutation of the stale charges preferred by
the advocates of extermination. If the In
dians never breuK peace or leave their re
servation without soino ground of com
plaint, who is to blame when peace
is broken uud reservations left?
Surely not the 'Indians, but tho
govrrmnout, which furnishes the
provocation. Remove tho provocation by
saeins that tlu.ro is no ground of complaint,
and the Indian question will settle itself;
and it never can be settled otherwise, ex
cept by driving tho last red man into his
grave. Civilization nnd Christianity are
secondary considerations. Treat tho In
dian 'justly, honestly, honorably, and he
will have more faith in our civilization and
Christianity, and perhaps submit to them.
But so long a we systematically discard
justice, honesty ami ltonor in our dealings
with him, so long will he remain an un
tutored savage, and a very expensive and
dangerous one. We believe, however, that
if Indian affairs were tratis-fcrrod to the
war department, Crook's policy would
rrri1iin!!i. M.tvnil t.-,tbn 1 nl n I S.l lin,.hf nl
all concerned. Therefore the sooner the
transfer is effected the better.
The Kidnevs are natures sluiec-wavs.
Kidney-Wort keeps them healthy nnd
iriT.T.l YVlfY '
Winter's Hloek. C rw r . v. nth t ;T.tJ Con;
Deari e to inform the citi ns of Cairo aud vicinity,
tl.;it fle Ijj a
New and Larsre Stock of Howls
Which fhewl" h'.I at .utvai. co-t. cci:?',ir. of
Hats and Bonnet .
AND HOODS. '
Alu Fle Iii:or:cI lice for Ladieii u' "'1..:-" i'.r .-j: .
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All ite very lavj: Cwiur.. Trires low r.s po
;We and Sfioiistr.irkeC in p'.ain ijv.rt-s. Wi'.l fit
be cndoKoUl. Call andesutnihe. No tr b to
show foods Leiiiei' ::o do tut see what th-v
wuni wi'.l iilf!ii a-k for l
JRS. C. MCLEAN,
Hi.s without aoui't tic Crest 'one
)Iillinerv and Fancv fiooils
In this i::y. unl
Tli?y Iiist bo Sold at
.So mo Fi'ico.
Te I.culis me requested 10 csH and examine
Prifes "Will b Made S;itisiactory.
KI' iHTII STREET. NEXT DOCK To STVAUT's
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A Book Lv 500 Ladies.
f a vi.Jun.J of 1)0 I'jttfpsj, em-
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Ooiitiihutul liy over U( ladies to the Ilon-.e Ik'
purtment of the C'hic.'iL'o 'i'ritmne darin;' tlio pat
three or four yarn. It contain more information
tlmn do the jl.rRJ and JJ.tO cook honks besides
pussesMti; the luiporiunt advaniuiiu owruii others,
l'rrtciiotil JCxpoi'ipjiccK 1' I'r.'ii'l it ;il
These select, original and practleal contributionit
from ninny !;ulieK. have never before appeared in
hook form, und this voh.mu U the. tlrsi and only
"NVe Ilttvo Kxclussivo Control of thct
Uoolt in this. IK ;ility,anl it can
V,o Ohtninod only through
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,'OTICEOF ADJ 1TMIT.
i'titi: or sai kl rislrn. DNrXAsEi).
All persons having claims V-ulnst tho estiito of
Samuel Fisher, deceased, ai'iihenihy tiotltleil uud
reiiuested to attend and mest meli clalinsto the
County Court of Atexaudi'r I'tinty, Illinois, for the
purpose of haviiiK the same rtjusted at a term of
salt! Court, lo.be held at the Court House, in flie
Ciiyofl'iilro In said Alcsfindcicounlv. on the third
Moudny ofJuuuury, A. D,, ltrM beln thel'.'th dny
lutedNovemherH'th, A. TVllv'TU.
CATIIEK1NE J. KlltHH. Kxerntrlx.
ISTATEOFTtMOTIlV CO.KI.. DKlT.ASi:).
The nndersljiteil, having ho,ulipoiuted udni i lii
trator of the entate ol Timothy Uakley, late of the
Ciinnty of Alexsnder ami Staleo Illinois, decea-ecl-hereby
gives notice that he willippeiir before the
County Court of Alexander Conuy, at tho Court
llon-e, in Cairo, at the danuar4erm, on the third
Moudny in .Tautiary next, at v. hl(li tint all persons
havlniVhilms aiai'list said estato ro totiucd and
requet"d to attend fur the pnrno)e of havin); the
same ailjit.ted. All persons tiiiielRcd t said estate
are niiiested to make immediate piymeut to the
Itateii this Kth d:iv of Novemtier. A I).. IST'.t.
KICIIAKl) l'lTliKK.t.). Aunluistrmor.
DMINISI'KATOK S NOI'ICE.
EsTiTB orn.ttTos inn t:woon,;in eam:i.
The undersigned h.'.vitiL' heeu iippduted adtnliils
trator of the cMate of Clifton liu.lewood, late of
the County of Alexander and Sate of llliuot-. de
ceased, ln-rehy uives notice that lie will appear be
fore the Comity Court of Alexander t ouutv, at the
Court House, in Cairo, at tho .Jiciry term, on the
third Monday In January ne::t,at which time all
persons having claims ajalust slid estate are noti
fied ami rcoicsted to at'.eiid. fortlie purpose of h:iv
tn jr the mine adjusted. All rsoi',s Indexed to
said estate re r.-(iiested to ui:e immediate 1'ay
r.i' ti; to t lie undersigned.
Dated this -j-.vid dav of Noven Vr. A . IV, K9.
MILKS CACHl.H. A.'.iii'nistr:.tor.
Hy virtue of an execution to mi directed, by the
clerk of the Circuit C our: of Ali-x .i.l.-r Cnuii'v. in
the Mate of Illinois, in favor of .Inum Hell and Wil
liam 1'. Hal'.iday. and .lualust Cairo llox and ISasket
Company 1 have levied tipou tie ki'.iowiuj de
scribed property, to-w.t: Lois oie to el'.-ht. Doth
iiie'.ittUe, In b'.o.-k nutn MTeii one U. and lots one to
i'jlit, both inclusive. inVUvk uumlnred eleht isi.
In the fifth Addition to the city of Cairo. Alexander
Comity. Illinois. Including license nd permission
to u-e andenvt and tuaint.iia haildits. etc . out lie
lev.e slope iu trout of said lots as s,.cit".ed in deed
from Taylor I'arsnr.s, intste's.ete. dated March
Cist. toirtther with all mil sin.ilar. the mill
boiler house, drv kiln, office, lied aud buildings,
on .aid lots at-J prenn.es. sinis'.el toirvther with all
and sitiilsr, the appiirtennne-". tUi'.;ie. boilers,
entitle-, taw mill, shaftings, t'el: ul--. pn'.lies and
other injchiiK-ry. saws, tool- ami nachii.es of every
kind und description whatsoever, aipert lining, be
lonjliii; to, or iu any vesy coi.stitutlj ;i.,rt and par
Oil of. or used in. whs! f. known u- the tairo liox
and Pa-ket Company Kactory: whiii 1 shall utl'erut
public v. r.ihie. o:: the jt- mises. a- nVo-.e r,ecribed.
::. the f.t'th adiili'ou lo the city of :;v:o. eoiii.tv of
Aler.aD'ier and state of lilinoi-. i-n i '.'.'d ilav of
l'veeraber. l-;ri. it Jo o'el.vk. a. ci.
ln: d thi. Cairo. IiJtv-is, dav (I November.
a. i-.. i-:
JOHN HoP.E. sheriff.
0 PATENT, SO PAY.
P A T 5 T S
o1 for me(.hr.:.i-i,i dc.ie. . rr.-. C. ..- other
ron.noi'.i'.i!. orniin:-1 '.'il t'.esi.Ls. trade-marki and
In els. Caveats. Asf:t".ir.;ei.:. Iiit.-rH-nc.-i. In
friBtvrr.tur. and all matters relatir.i- to I'avnts,
promptly attended to. We make prelimitia j ( x
Lii.lr.iit.otis anl furnish opiuieus as to pateiibiil
ty. tree of char-.'", am! ail who are it, ten -t.- i in t:ew
iu'.entions and I'ateiits are invited t" s. nd fir a
copy of our "lt:ide ir obinitiiitc patett-." vh'.eh
is sent free to any ndddivss. and coii'iii.s complttc
iiis'ructions howrto ol-iaiu i'atents and otlu r valu
able matter. Di'.riiiL' the pas' live years we have
obtained nearly tfcrer thousand i'ate'nts f,.r Amert
rtu and Koreltnn-v.-iitors. and can jrivesHti-l'ictoiy
references in almost eu rv cont.tv in the I t,!on .
Address: I.Ol'IS n'iEK Jc'cib. Solie:t..rs i,f
Patents and Attorneys at Law, I.e Droit Building
Washitii.'H'n. D. C.
ft. 4 T f To $is' A YEAS, or 8" tf
V.' I V I if 1 a dav in vo-.r own lis alitv
X 1 Xl II fN -iJc W-l:le!ldoasell
ril I rjJ" ril,'!i. Manv make more
Tr " v v than the anioint stated
above. No lie can ill to
ni'iko ir.or.e;.- f.-.-. Any one can do the work You
can make fioni .'A' to $' aii hour hy lievutit yo'ir
i:ven;tu; anil -par.- time to the b".'iie.. 1: Co-:-r.o'.hli.
j to 'ry the b".ine.s. r.lUrj lik It f..r
m Ley riakin everoile-.-d b-f.,r -. )la-iiies pl-a.
nr.'. ami strictly liniii.r.i'ulr. li.niii r. if von want to
kte.w a. I about the best pnyit.:,' b'.siLfss bffore tie
V!tb:ir. ei;d ii-your icdi-s's and we will send y,.1:
fill! par!ieu!ar" c:.d j'rivuti; term free; -amp:--worth?"
nlso frtr; jo't tan then tni.ke up voir
mil; I forvoiir-elf. Am'.re-s OEOltuE STINi-ON
& i.'J. I'ort'utid. Maine.
Constitution "Watek !
l -v IJItOI'SOf j
1-(J Constitution Water j
Throe Times a Day,
' lire- Pri'.-ht's Il'.M.tt'e. Inftimmatb.n of th- K line.-.
Stone ir. th-' Itiaih.er. I'.iti.rrh orihe lhah.l.-r.
1 il'-'t. Diabetes, travel. liii'.k D.ist IH Losit. Chili:
l oud Weakness.
For Feiiiale Complaint-; i Specialty.
I'or Sale by ull D.-vdMs. Semi for Circular.
MO KG AX A Al.l.KN. ' .(.ihu St.. N. V.
EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL!
Send for Orculnre explaining our
New System of Canvassing.
Ak nis have Wonderful sunr-s. loo subscribers to
li'io inlialiitants. Our publications are standard.
AdilrisaTIIK IIENUV HILL PL H1.ISII1XJ C(,.
Z il. lionntNS. Ju.. .Vanafer. l'eorln, Ills.
H 'A n
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WOOD AND COAb.
Q W. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG JiUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YA1U:
Tenth Street, Between Washington ttnd
b u c h n
A Specitie Remedy For All
For Debility, Loss of Memory, Indisposition to
Exertion or' llusliuss. Shortness of lUeath,
Troubled with Thoughts of Disease. Dimness l
ViFion, l'ain in the Hack. Che-t. and Head. Kush of
Blood to the Head, 1'ale Countenance and Dry Skin.
If these svniptoms are allowed to go on, very
freiiiently Epio ptic Kits and Con-umptioit follow .
When the constitution becomes affected li requires
the aidof a Invi.'oratini; n:ec?icinc lo ttieuihen
and tone up the system which
1'OF.S IS KVEKV CASE.
By any remedy krotfn. It is pp senbed
most eminent physicians nil over the world
Aches and Pains.
(ieneral 111 Health.
Nervous Com pl'ts
Female Complaints, etc.
Headiche. 1'aitilnthe shoulders. Cctiu-h. Di..l
iivs. Sour Momach Eruptions, Hud Ta-te In th.i
Month. I'ulpittitlon ol the Heart, I'aln In the re
lilon of the Kidney's, and a thousand other painful
tym; torn-, are the ollsprlnes of Dy-pepsia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Liver, llowel,, and Kid
neys to healthy action, In cleansing thn blood nl
all Impurities, and lmparttiiK new Hie aid vlor to
the whole syslem,
A slni() trial will bn snfilc.lent to convince tho
mutt he-skating of Its valuable remedial ii'.alltli.s.
Or Six Bottles for ?5.
Delivered to any address free from observation.
"Path tits'' may consult by letter, terulvliig tho
tamo attention as by nilllnit,
Competent physicians attend to correspondents.
All letter, sliuuld he, rddressed to,
H. T. HELM BOLD.
DrugfflHt and Clieinlst,
Sec that th') private Proprieta
ry Stamp i&on cacli bottle.
SCiSSIIC OALINE !i
HAS NO EQUAL FOK (iENERAL IIOUSE-CLEANINC
PUI1POSES, FOK AVASIIING CLOTH Ks
FOR THE HATH, tC, AC.
For denning Faint, Voruisliwl Surfaces, Window (ilurs, Mirrnw, (i.-iil Fji.n.r,.,
MarUo, rianos, S. vvin-Maeliincs, Furniture, Oil ClotliP, Silver Ware, Show Cases, lit. vy.,tt
Cut Glass, (Holies, Gas Fixtures; Kemnves l'itel. nn.l 'J'nr from the Hamls or ( ,-Ui, J
FOK FSE AS A DISINFECTANT Vl&l ''
Any tlunir .Soiled bv OIL or GKKASK.bv Flics or 1 'en
oil -Mark.sor by Dirt ol'any Uinct, it will clean
1 T I I O U T S O A 1 O J v -Y A T K li .
To WisiiiuN Co.i.im C.-m-axv - I have nsed Coalitte Iu fiiinil) t.t d tlnd It til th. Maiuftctur.
claim .'or it. It 1 c. rtainly superior to ,oap a a vlian.er aid much rin,to eeownnltal. It rcmovs u ,
r..m fabrlr without injuring the texture or vhanluir fast color. It clean, tbe hand, aui leaves l!.e skin
soft. It also hen'..- sons and chapped Bands readily. Kespectfully yours,
WILLIAM S EVEKETT. 1 II Colta- (.rove Ave , Chic.;.;.
To run Westeiis Coause Co-Wc have ben a-Inc In our fi'.mlly "Coallr.e," an nrti le niartifj-f ir. 1
la this city, and find It one of the most useful thli for rnnilly nse we have ever known or heard of. Tor
washii::-. m rubblne-, clcuiin'j; "lass, ilvcr.takloir crease sj-of cut ol clothlnr u.d carpets, ete , m thii k
it ta-::o equal . Every family sl.ot.id have it. The prl, e i. . low as to l.rii-s 11 nl.iu the reach c f cv. t
body.-( h!ca-o. JIay;d, ISTt'. L. !. CALKINs
teIS THE LXI.V Washins Cowpontd sold In Iltilk, and stricUy for cash, pnisi- the public a i.r
and valuable article at a low I'.-ur- t jiupeilu with st iple tjonds like Soap.
The follow it. a testinionlill, from persons with kr,tii n.ar.y In Cairo end vicinity are ac;t uinted. j.Uce
coaliueiu its true po-itlon before the public. It is a good thine nnd should U generally used :
1 haven-d roaliue In my house. It saves labor ul-d -avis clothes, and Is li.cipcnsive. I v.,v'.di.'.
be without it .-Ctutralia. 111., August 1-lh. lbT'J. nts. JAMES !. E.ML.
I find roaliue to be nil thai . claimed for it. and ihi c.-fnlly rKOii.n.md it .-Certrtlia. Ililnnis
Aupist lsth.lSl'i. DHS. D. OXI.EY.
I have ust d coaline to clean head lights of ii cii.t s, w 1:. re tie dirt j, hutcr. r, d. td Is usr.ai'y (ear. ,
with cotKcctriited lye 1 found coaline o do the w..ik fully as w.l) as -.ota.h, v.ith,i.t Its ii i-H, ,
erTects.-Cectralia, 111., Auptist lith, 1-T'. c, KILLS, Yen n.tt, 1'aint Shcp.W C. 1: K.
All leadinp croc, rs will ha.- it. and in supp
be, at all time, obtainable at
C.M .'iici'al A x'iits.
Heads of Fitn;ilii-i Mill ("all mid Gtt a -i ilj !'. Fiee for Trial, at mir Store-
Addit-.-s l-lo: Clite;ni Avi imc, St. Louis.
We Poire to call Your attention to Our
"PATENT STKA.M CYI.IXDF.lt VALVE."
WIIKII IS XOWtOMIXG 1X'I(H.I.N1;;.I. 1 K.
AVAivnii-sS iat3?:is:t iscape ok
NO 3I0KE ('VLIM)Eli
1 eiiil the ulteiitiuii of pi-oDtietnM of Stentn Engines to the like of this Vu)vi hy wliiih
(i great saving (f fuel is ellected. The Vnlvu l.-in closed on the ndmissioti of st enin utbl
open when e.shiuisting, the engHie n not liaVhi to get out of line, an no writer is) allowed t j
necumulufc in tho rylinder the Valve opening orbhutting nutoniulicnlly m cacli stroke.
The cylinder in kept dry when the engine In not working, ns tho Valves arc then kept
open hy it spiral fpring, The Vulvn will pay its prico iu tho Having of fui-l in very
Bhott.titne, und will last over leu yeurs.
I-frsltati' mid County Kights Toi Sale. Apply Isy letter or In person ot 1403 Clioti ou
iVvenue, !?t. Lotiin.
OF THE WOULD!
y il.c ir
'.r. rs in a fsw dins. It !n.w s-hv.l
S Corner Kichth St.
if . and Ati-hinctfll Aei.i:e.
HEADS liKOKEX OUT.