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Hrmllnir Mnltvr on I'.scrjr I'mrf.
J0N1T II, OBER.LY, Editor.
.Siikiuhan Is not ili-nd. He still lives.
A(Ut he lint had tltm? to cool oil', lu will
conic to the conolii'lmi that the l.nullana
hnmlltn nro clover fellows-.
"A MTTi.v. tlrled-tij) specimen, siidi a Is
produced only liy generations of nger,"
Is oncdecrli)llon ot the Hon. I.. F. Pla
ter, of Hardin, the champion oftho white
race, and the down-wlth-thc-dannied nlj?
, gcr lloprc.cntatlve from Egypt.
W: have heard from the great Demo
crat of Ksrvtit, Hon. I. F. I'latcr, ol
Hardin, nnd now we panto to hear the
eloquence of lion. 11. F. .Tone, of Mas
sac, the great lLidleil from till part of
the State. Wonderful Is IMnter, hut
Tones Is greater.
Dr.cxvttv. wc playfully, nltnost nll'cc
tloinitily, requentcd our gowl friend Jack
Winter to embrace us, The Sun has seen
proper, to make n few remarks inlscon-
sUriilnp us Intimating that wo do not
love him, This Is wrong. He Is loudly
Axdrkw Johnson, when president, re
moved Gen. Sheridan from command at
New Orleans. In reply to a question:
"Why did yontlo thl " ho said: "If
It turns the government up!lde down.
Sheridan, nor any other general shall
usurp the civil authority nnd trample It
under foot!" llrave Johnson; time Is
vindicating you. The memory of that
act, should make you United States Sena
tr Irom Tennessee.
Tin: Washington corrcpomleut of the
Mw York Herald says that Admiral '
I'olo, who was sometime SpauMi mini
ter to our government, said Iteforc he. left
AVaihlngton In June lat, that he would
seek to accomplish one ohjeet, namely,
to warn nut persons who were or might
;omo Into power hi Spain to concede
I'verythlng to the United btatcs neces
sary to avoid n war. because he win con
vinced that an attempt would be madu to
i et u ) a war with Spain hi order to flip-
thcr tliu'l'roMdont'i' tlilnl-tcnn schemes
The Chicago Tritiunr, jealous of the
groitnesH of the Hon. I.. F. I'latcr, the
I'haiiiplou of the Oitn-a-lnii nice hi the
(Vener.il Assembly, describe that gent let
man in this lie manner:
up, iIioiil'Ii he can't bo more than :).
years of age; bilious c"inpli'.ioii, bilious
eyc.. bilious voice hi all thing.- lillloil-:
not miieli of him toi-pcak ofe.(i'pt hair,
long, black, dMicvclcd.it great shock ol
It atoii of him, and straggling dow n over
hN .shoulder-; long, black, ill-beveled,
and wiry, a shock ot'lt struggling down
his slilrt-fmnf. lii'Mwcn llic mass of hair
straggling down over Ills collar, and tli.it
straggling down over his shlrt-lrout, u
little clearing, pcrliaps '-' Inches siiuare;
deep set In this a pair of yellow, billons
eyes; between thou a yellow, bilious
hawksbill-uoe. There "was vi.-ible a
commotion amidst the shock ot hair In
trout of him. Evidently ho had a mouth
somewhere under that shock of hair, and
he had It open.
I'rtK.Ninr.NT oraxtn apoi.ouy.
We publUli this morning the message
ot l'reident Grant to the United States
Senate, in response to thu re.-olutlou of
that body asking him for information In
relation to late ullatrs in Louisiana.
It w ill bo ob-erved by the reader of the
message, that it is rather an apology for
the lawless conduct of the military nil
thorltles than u vindication ot'lt. We
were led to expect a document full of
lian-li terms and abounding in threats,
and there Is every reason to believe the
President desired to w rite such a message:
but thu admonitions of prominent mem
bers of the Hcpiblicau party prevailed
with His Excellency, and fur the tlrt
time during Ids aduiiul-tratlou helUtcncd
to advice that did not run with liU desire
No person will take I.nsiic with the
President In the assertion that violence
and lawlosiios prevail hi j.oiil-lana, or
assert that white rowdies are not in the
habit of pulling the trigger on the slight
est provocation, but the President knows
tills is not the issue. Kelloggmay be the
lawful Governor ol Louisiana; the Mc-
Encry Democrats may be unpatriotic vll
talus; they may have In their hearts
hatred of the Union und detestation of the
negro, ami yet thu Interference of
the military authorities with the organ!
jiiiouoi me Legislature was u llagrant
act of usurpation, that cannot boju-tlllcd
by Intelligent patriotic men, and mint bu
rebuked lest It become a precedent that
will hi the future return to vex
iu by the destruction of our Ilcpubliean
form of government.
tiii: mi:ii 01, mott.
I "u Medium, Mott, is getting into bad
rcpuiit. A parly of IVorlans who went
. to Jlcmpbwto Investigate the "pheuonv
una'' litvo returned dlgustcd, nnd pro-
. noumv .Moti's neillnnishlp a humbug
and a clumsy one at that. Mr. S. (
Clarki!, un of the visitor, devotes three
i.oiuiiins 01 mo rcona iMimerut to a de
tailed statement ot two n ances held bv
-Mott. Mr. Clarke says the "spiritual fa-
v cos" are Moll's face every time. Jlott's
spirits never speak lace to faeu with their
llvlmj friends thoy always retire khlnd
uiu curtain and then communicate. Mr.
Clarke marked tbu slate upon which ht
was to receive n message, and when he
rcau inu mcftage. It was not on tho
marked slate, but a dlllcrent one. Mr,
Clarke also received au affecting commu
nication from his daughter Mamie, or
rainer it wouiii nave been allcctlnir if Mr.
Clarke's daughter Mamie had been dead,
or If he had had a daughter Msimlc, which
huuevcr.had. On the w hole, the Pcorlans
Hi Memphis under the Impression that
Mott Is a failure as a medium but not as a
money-maker. He clears n high us
twenty dollars a day usuallv. ThoMcm
phis people, rato hint as n rather clever
trickster; but kpetul no money at his
seances. Tho gu'llblo people arc
strangers and many hundreds of these
visit Memphis, pay their dollar n jeance
to Mott without grudging, and arc do
cvived to their heart content.
IXIKVOMV, Ili;TKKNfll5ir..T AX1
Alderman Thomas llalliday In n"
whcmis to his economy nnd rctirnch
ment resolution asserted n tact when he
said high taxation Is woiklng Injury to
our city by retarding Improvements of
every kind and depreciating tho value
ot nil kinds of property. Alderman llal
liday hellevos Ids committee can remedy
this evil, but we do not. The good
woik he may do, will bo undone If tho
people do not take the matter In hand.
With them is tho future ofthclrclty; and,
If they do not carefully protect their ow n
Interests, If they arc not vigilant, always
wide-awake to tho prosperity of Cairo,
wo will not mako much progress. What
Cairo needs Is men of energy, whoso en
ergy will lie devoted to the up-bulldlng of
tho city; nnd mon than this, we need
cooperation among our citizens a cltl
zens' association, iu which public mat
ters may lie discucd and
schemes for the bcntllt of tho city
matured. Economy and retrench
ment arc good things, but without
enterprise on tho part of the cltl.cns,thcy
will amount to very little. A stingy
community, lacking enterprise, will stand
still, while a prodigal community, con
trolled by energy andentcrprhe by men
who think of the public weal ns well as
of their own private business will ad
vance rapidly to greatness. We w ill all
thank Alderman llalliday for any little
favors hi tho way of economy and re
trenchment he may give to us, but we
w ill bo doubly Indebted to him If he can
In any way Inject Into our jn-oplo n little
more vim, n greater Iiitcrct iu their cltv.
a determination to make It go forward
Board of County Commissioners.
MONDAY MOli.NIXO, 0 oVt.OCK, IKCi:.MIli:il
, A. II. lf7l.
The Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
There bcltirr no nunrtim. Commissioner
Fisher alone entering his npcarnucc, the
iioaru adjourned irom (lav to nay until
Thursday morning atO o'clock, January
Mil, IOI II.
TIlt'ltSKAY JIOIININCI. 11 O'CLOCK, .lANf
The Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
Present Coinmlsfloncrs Geo. Fisher
and i nomas W llson; Jacob (. Lvuch.
It is ordered by the board that the bond
of Alexander 11. Irvln, collector of the
revenue lortliu year A. I). 1871. with
Alfred It. Sallbrd and William P. llalli
day as sureties thereon, bo approved and
roomed. mu( nonil s ns follows to-
Knotctill twn bytltw f.rtstnt.i :
That we Alexander II. Irvin. collector,
and Alfred If. Sallbrd and William P.
llalliday, securities, all of the county of
iexaiidcr and State of Illinois, are held
and llrmly bound to the people ot the
Stale of Illinois. Iu tlie penal sum of two
hundred ami llfty-six thousand (S2."(1,(K0)
dollars, for the payment of which, well
and tritely to bo made, we bind ourselves,
each of us, our heirs, executors alidad
niiulMrators. Ilrnilv bv tln. nmunii.
Signed w itli our hands. -inil sealed with our
seals this second dav of January. 18"'.
J lie condition oftlie fon-L'nln.f ImhhI Iu
such, that If the alxivo bound Alexander
n. irvin sliall perform all the duties re
quired to bu iierfornted by him as col
lector ui taxes mr I lie year it7i, in tic
county of Alexander, iu Die State of Illi
nois, in tno time and inr.nncr prescribed
by law,and when he shall be succeeded in
olllce. shall surrender and deliver mw
to his successor iu olllce all books, pa-
ivn .iiiii ninnies .ijicriaiiuiig 10 Ills saw
olllce, then the forgoing bond to be void,
othtt wise to remain In lull force.
Ai.nxAXDim II. luvi.v. i.. .
Witness W. Hyslon. 1 J
W Itue-s w. llyslop. J
AVlLMAM P. llAI.Mll.VY. i.. .
Witness W. llyslop. 1 1
oiun: in Illinois, oiuiiv ni Alexander, ?s.
I, Alexander II. Irvln. county collector
in unit mi sam coiiiuy, no solemnly swear
that I will support the constitution ol the
i lined aiuiee and the constUulion of the
oi.iiuui Illinois, aim inai i will lalllitully
dUcliarge the duties of the ollleo ot sueli
county collector, fur the vear 1871, ac-
i;uiuiiiK iu uiu ucsl Ol Illy ailllllV.
Ai.kx. 11. I u vin, Collector.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander, m.
I, Jacob G. I,ynch, county clerk of Al-
cxaiiuer conniy, ncivoy ecrtllv that tbu
within bond lias been duly approved by
thu County Hoard and correctly copied
aim emcreu on tne records oftbu ( ouiity
iw,iui ui auiii coiiuiv. 1 inner eer.
tlfy that no county Judge, chairman ol
county board, clerk ot circuit court,
county clerk, sherilf, deputy sheriff, or
coroner, has signed the within bond as
Iii testimony whereof I hereunto
subserllK! my name and nlllx the
li s.j seat oi my olllce at Cairo, till
seventh day of January, 1S7..
Jacoii G. Lynch,
r , H , County Clerk.
Indorsed : Alexandcrcount v Itoud-
ian, Alexander 11. Irvin, collector. Ap
Imimlu wunuary an, ioi.i, i nos, VI llon,
ii is neieoy ordered that the contract
or medical attendance mid the furnish
ing of medicines to paupers at the poor
farm, bo and the same Is hereby awarded
to Dr. J. A. M. Glbbs, for tho year 187.
at tho compensation of two hundred dol
Jars lor the year, to bo paid iu quarterly
Installments, on his executing contract
and bond, and further complying with
Iho rules nnd regulations heretofore es
tablished for the government of said poor
It Is ordered that the report of J. II.
hams, supervisor of road district Xo. Ill,
lor the year 1H7-I, be approved.
It is hereby ordered that Win. 1!.
Uue, supervisor or road district No. 2,
pay over to his successor the sum of ten
?im 1.twcty-llvu hundredths dollars
(I0J.i) to bo expended upon thu public
roads ot said district.
It is ordered that tho following bills be
allowed and that orders therefor be
drawn upon the county treasury, accord
J. II. Sams, supervisor road dis
trict No. IU, balance duo as per
report, In full of bill for $:I7...... $23 75
John J. .Nowotny, supervisor
road district So. A, amount duo
on account of roads U7 33
1 ,am.Gral!.t hiinbor for bridge.. 0 (10
Joliu'lcnnc . In ml...,- r..r. 1 :Ti...
J. H. Metcalt, sundries for court
Clark Warts, labor oil" rasa fur
James II. Carter, Sheriff of John-
son comity, returning prisoner
for $10 23 lL'r'"""l'J I"
vices as balllV. Sept. 1871 term
circuit court, balance due
it.F. Jlllllng.lv, C.C., II clays scr
Vices as ballll, Sejit. 187 1 term
circuit court, balance, due
John 11. Gosiuan,(J days' services
s ballllf, Sept. 187 1 term circuit
court, balance due
Jt'i 'iW'1' 0 'toy' ""Vices as
iuiiiii, oujii. 10M icrm circuit
court, balance due 12 00
Henry Martin, 0 day' services a
l'allin', Sept, 1871 term circuit
ixmrt. balance due Id 00
"I. J. Ilucklcy, ;i nights' guarding
j'dl ' 0 00
CImiles Spires, it nlghta' guarding
jail.-. (i 00
Whereupon the board adjourned .tiV
Jacoh O. I.yxcii,
Schenck's Pulmonlo Bynip, Sea Weed
Tonic, and Mandrake Fills,
These docrvodly celebrated and pontl
Ivr inetleliics have effected 11 revoluifon In
tho hoMlug art, and proved tho fallacy ot
Fovcrnl iiihxIiiis which have lor many years
obstructed tho progress of medical tolcn:c.
Tim lnle supposition tht Comumptlon Is
Inuiiralilo deterred phyIclHii irom attempt
inntotlnd romedles tor tint dicac, ami
patients aftllctett with ft reconciled them
selves to dentil without making nn effort tn
cscapo from a doom which they supposed
to bo unavoldaMe. It Is now prmcil. how
ever, that Consumption can he cured, nnd
that It lim been cured In a very great num
ber of easts (tome of them appiicntly dus
pcrste ones) by Sclicnck's I'nlmonlc Sj-rup
nlouc; and In other cisrs 1y the imo med
icine In connection with Hclicnck's Sen
Weed Tonic and Mandrnko 1'ilN, one or
both, according to tho requirements ol tho
Dr. .Stiirnck lihii'cll. who enjoyed unin
terrupted good health for more tunii firry
years, waiMipponed. atone tlmu to be. at
theteryga cnfdcatti.hisphysfciJiH lulcg
pronoiinccil his case hopeleis, and nlmn
done 1 htm to Ids fate. Ho was cured by
the aforesaid mcJtclncs,andslncMiUlcco
ery, many tlioli:inds -Imlliilv nirccted Iiuvo
used Dr. .Sclicnck's preparations with the
same rcimrknhlo c ueeeif .
KjII directions accouiimuy each, making
It not absolutely necessary lopcnonally see
Dr. Schtnck unleas )iatlcnts wish tliclr
lmii exandned, and for thli purpose he fa.
nrolcsslonally at IiIh piinrlpnt ollle, enrner
Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia, c cry
MoDilar, whoro all letters tor nilvl c must
be aldresjcd. .Scheurk's medicines ire
ao!d br all drugglHs. 12-8)-lm
I. I. 1. I1.
Kiniseof any long r t king tliol.irtfe,
rcimlslvc, gllpfi-K, drastic and nniiM'oua
pill, cnmpoicd or ennto and bulky ItiRre
dicnt', and put up in c'aoiji woid or pa le
board boxes, when wc can, by a care fid
application of chemical irlcnce, extract nil
the ratliatrlc and other medicinal prop
erties from tbo most vuliiiblo
roots nnd hcrb. end concen
trate thrm Into a mbiiitn Granule, sen'ecly
larger thnu n mustard teed, that ran be
10 dily awallow-pd by thnjo ot thu most
(enslave kloinachs and fastidious tastes.
Kach of Dr. l'lcirc's Pleasant Purgative
Pellets renrcscnts. In the most concintratcd
to m, asmuchcatharllupower as Is embod
ied In nnv' oftho lirgc pills found lor sale in
the drug a rcs. Krum their woud Tftil
ratha'tic power, In proportiin to their size,
people who have n A tried them are apt to
niiliu uui nicy arc uarsn or urustic
In rffee', but null la not at all the cite, the
dltlcroDt acthc mfdlcinal (irinclpl s of
winch tuey arc rompotrd btlug so harmon
ized, one by the otlur.', as to produce a
nio-i scarcntng and looroiiKli, vet gently
and kindly opcratlrgcathartii', i'lie Pellets
arc sold by dealers In mrdlctncs. 1-15
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjiUIJ IltTU.KTIX I.uWUWcr morulnj
(except MuiKlay) Id the Ilidtctln Iliiihlin;, cor
ner WaslihiKtua avenue ami Tirclnii street.
Tiik liCM.CTiN is ecnul to ell)- iibcrlbcrt by
fultlind enrrirrs at Twenty-I'lre t'tutu a Week,
(wynblc wickly. IlyMall, (In adiancr), 10per
uimiini; tlx moiillis, SCj tlirre monllia, 11; one
month, 41 i5.
TILE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'uLllnhtd cery Thursday momlnat 1 a
jrr annum, Invariably Iu adrance. 'the pontajje
on the Weekly will tic prqukl at this offiw, 10
tliat subicrlbtri will obtain It for a ubscrlptlou
rlc of $1 a year.
Iluslnejj Cunts, jierunuuin -VJ 00
One square, one Insertion - 1 00
One ipiarr, two hucrtlom 1 M
lliu- sipum-, one week, I 511
One e'juare, two Week", 3 M
One fnuite, three week,. 4 w
One (pirc, one month 5 ou
W K K 1 1. Y .
One square, one In.rrtiun, 00
Kiu-b tubMspient Insertion, - W
S3"Oiie Inch is n squnie.
X3-ro rejuliiraitnthcr wcoIeriuiM-rior In
ducements, both as to rate of charges ami man
ner of iltspla) Ing their I'm on.
JO-.Votlrc Iu local ciilumn Inserted for fif
teen Cents per Hue for one In.eitlon, Twenty
Cents n line for two liifctrtlmu, Twenty-Khe
Cents a line for thn Insertions, 'Ililrty-Kle
Cents a line for one week, and .ictenty-tiH-Cents
a Hue fur one month,
Communications upon aubjecta of on
oral intorest to tho public solicited.
EJ-A1I letters should be aililressed to
JOHN II. onKitr.Y,
President (.'alro Uullotln Company.
"VTutlce l hereby given that Ihe tux bonks for
ine jear is; nine neen ulni-eil In my hands,
ana Hint I well IhhI (he r.illim hiv m,infil ,.iu.UJ
at lti!lhue lielow-Ki't liirth, for Hie iinrpo'e of
Cli'nr (.roek 1'reelnet, Cully .V .Marchlldnn'a
stoic, lebniury ii, 17S,
Clear Creek rreclnct, It. A. Kdmunmn's
stmv, Kubruarv ai, IsT.I,
Thebes t'leclnct, J. U, ItnlwliiK's atoie, Keb
niary 21, lsT.V
Siinlii Ke I'reclnct, Win, liclaml's stole, Keb
m.iry 'J.1, IK75.
limine Nlaml I'reclnct, O. (iieenU's store.
February itt, IS73
liog'lnoth I'reclnct, X. Hunsacker's house,
Februarv '.T. IS7.1.
Uiilly I'livlnct, Hodges .1 Athcrtou'n stoie.
11. ...II I, ICI.II
lliizlewooill'iecluct,(.eorKC V. Shoit's stoic.
Ilrlng jour last year's tuv ieielits, as ft Is nn
sale to inn; lo the tux books alone for dJscriii
thins of laud,
Caiho, III , Junimryl), ISM
AI.KX H HtVIN,
IW-l-ll-wld. District Collector
Tow-Boat Por Sale
TIIK SubscrllxT iiflVrs fur sale Hia Steam
Tow lis; Stera-Wluil limit, Ike llullilnlll.
with engines, murlilnery, tickle., uiipnrel anil
riinillnie us she now lie! nt Uahn, lllJ.
Her lenKlh Is Hi ftit, her bieudlli SI feet, her
Jentli S feel and meiMiiei V"U Inns. Mlie lim 3
iHillcrs'ill'etl Ion,; mid nl Indie illnmclcr, ShiKh
inessureenginei wtlh ryllniler.. I7J iiirlieslii
Haunter Mid IWt slok -2 lied pumps 4!i Iu
chta In Uluineter and 17 Inches utroke and all
luouem Improvements, and is iu tm rv resiKct
slauncn, tut worthy, ard in good cou'dlllou for
iiaTlfattoR. For terms apply to.
H. 8. Taylou.
C-tiHO, Ills,, Not ember 1, 174, IW-H-itr-tf,
tho British Quarterly Rovlews.
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