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Bendl-if .Unllrr on Every I'mo,
JONH H. OBEIILY, Editor.
(li.AfHroxE linn withdrawn m lliohinilur
ofllio Kuj-lili Liberal parly. lia
orn forty-two yenr? in public life.
Tiik communication from California,
published on (lie flrM. p.'ijro, Ik by nn un
tie of Henry, Wlllliitn stud Tlioina Win
ter, or our city.
.Ai.nv.iuuN llnlliiisy'n eotnmttk-e on
economy him! retrenchment will meet lo
iilfibt, nntl wc hope will ro forjifli taxes
with n vim something llko a Ihoitiiintl
Wv. don't know what, wan meant by
"The Ambitious Hen." Wc ore In n
brown study endeavoring to de
termine whether the wilier threw il
it in or Kev. Dr. Thayer.
Tun HV'f'rn Press, Cnix? Girardeau,
heretofore n weekly paper, makes Its iij
pcanmcc n? a dally. The Dally Press U
small, but is newsy and lively. Wo ex
pect to mc It grow, and extend to It our
Tiik St. I.ouU (lobe ealU the Sherman
resumption bill, "the thing known a the
finance bill." And this, loo, after th0
President had Mjrned It. lt;ml; treason.
Where is Sheridan f
Cockkeu. was nomlnaled for the
United States Senate on the llrst ballot by
the legislative Democratic eaueus last
week. He will not till Schurz' Mioes,
but smaller man might have got Into
Du. Edwaiii 11i:eciif;i: thinks that the
Judge and Jury on the llceehcr trial "are
within the sheltering of a divine Influ
ence." If the Jury were to return a ver
dict In favor of Tilton. how about the "di
vine Itutui'iiui'" then?
Tiik House of the General Assembly
adjourned on Friday last until Monday.
The Senate did not, but would have lost
no time, If It had done so. It was how
ever afraid of the cry: "Labor, or be
damned by your constituents."
Cot.. I.oxi, a iwthe of Maryland and
formerly editor of a ncwspapr In thai
State, and now in the service of the Khe
dive of Egypt, claim to have discovered
the true source of the .Vile. Ho hu dis
covered a lake twenty-lhe miles wide,
which is the reervoir of the' Lake Xy
auza. This ncwiy-diseovered Like !.
situated In Mitith latitude one deg. and
:10 inlu., and between Uiondoganl and
Wi: regret to learn from Ihe public
print, that Hon. K. K. Albright, of ihl
dsltrlct, lias walked up abreast of Hon.
L. F. Plater, and has also Introduced a
bill to repeal the nut of 1S7-I, to protect
colored children in their rights in the
public schools. It may be popular to do
this thing, but we would rather eat straw
like an ox than join the statc.-men who
seem to be determined that the "damned
niggers" shall not have an opportunity to
be guilty of the crime of the three lt'
Heading, lilting and Itltlimctle.
Tiik compulsory education act of the
state of New York, which went into ef
fect the beginning of tho 1st day of the
Xcw Year, cannot bo enforced strictly.
If all the children in the school districts
were made to attend school, us they can
be under the provisions of the law. the
school rooms would he tilled to overflow
ing, and the vigorous enforcement of the
law would defeat the very purpose It has
m view. A "truant agent" is to be
appointed for each school district and
measures taken to Increase tho school fa
cilities, after which parents and guardians
will be required to live up to the provis
ions of the law
PitKstnKST GiiAsrand liM.leutenciit
General Sheridan Ixdievo in ex post facto
laws. In his apology for Sheridan, the
President says: "He never proposed to
proceed beyond what the law in Ww future
might authorize for the punishment of
the atrocities that have been committed."
Tlds may.be good Grant law, but it does
not harmonize with the American Idea of
law in & free country. The General pro
posed to Inflict punishment In tho pres
ent, that would be made lawful In the
future, for oQeuscs committed In the
GovEit.oitH.oj,iS, of Missouri, In his
inaugural address ,i the 12th Inst., said
that freedom, edmatloi: and suffrage
ought to be malntalu-d now and ever.
"Xo step backward slrjuld be taken lu
either. As circumstance, will admit, the
cause ofeducatlon, and all facilities icr
tslulng to Its succes-rul progress, should
Ji widened nnd extended, till every child
'nthe State, be it of whatever ra.-u or im.
tonality, siian tx) educated. Till then
nnot till then, will the state have ills!
chafed the vast duties Imposed upon it
"y , Intelligence and civilization of the
ge." Mr. Hardin Is a DcmoeraUo gov
rnor, and recommends the cducath,, of
? niggers of Missouri. Is there noph
win that State to rise up and mw,,10.
natai him i
Tin: wicked editor of the Chicago
fine; SDeaklncr of linn. T I.' im.,.. -i.
Imposition to ;drlve the negroes out of
jjimnc ticnoois, says; "The mover
or tin enlightened project Isja Bourbon
memLr from Hardin county, of the
wscripUmsjof him, appears to be n
cross bctwi i ,o,h,i.. , .......
eenturjr MdM-indlana polltlau, from the
m U?".,IM:" 'nau is filled with th
WUtyof iieli abuw;
lltr should at u it that . ? Sl!bIln'
eiuwto,. U at cli a law Is
Yookno-vwhat theTiezereo. i ,
rol A M that ZS?Stf$i
snow in showy garb, "llko nn impudent
nnd coquettish female, who, though shiv
ering with cold, wears her spring atllro
In the dcplli of winter." Time mv hu
man iiuwreoiu people who In lhl dis
tressful lime are "flashy" In purpli nnd'
flue linen, nnd who, with ilMrp on nil
sides of Hutu, think of nothing but pleas
ure and themelVi. Wo cannot expect
the young to become a thoughtful and
ns staid and sober as the old. but really
young ns well mold ought to learn that
It Is the duly of each to do something
to relieve the distress of the destitute and
suffering. Thl's fact our meienons have
not learned and never will. They shine
In their splendor In the midst of xullei
Ing, and laugh with Joy while the plead
ing cry of poverty is heard on every hand.
Mm. Tilton appears every day in tlio
court room when1 Ihe great scandal suit
Is progrc.lng. mid Is an iiitere'llng lis
tener to the proceeding-. She. wears "a
rlcli dress ol black velvet, IU with her
eyes downcast and fan" herself," mid her
presence deepens considerably the Inter
est of a scene which would beiilllelently
Interesting: without It. Mrs. needier N
also an attendant at the trial, and though
much the elder, Is described ns much the
handsomer of the two women, with far
more character of face and expression
than Mrs. Tilton. Mrs. lteeelier talks
and laughs with Mr. Tilton, Mr. needier
laughs and talks to .Mrs. Tilton, but .Mr.
Tirton and ids wife exchange no w ords
or look of recognition. If anything were
wanted to complete the disgrnccnilnessol
the IJeecher trial, It is supplied by the
presence of these two women In the
court room. Whatever may lie tho mo
tives of their attendance there, the spec
tacle only Jars upon tho senses and is not
u shock to the proprieties, because the
whole course of this extraordinary cusp
has prepared the public not to be 'hocked
at anything, however anomaloiw, which
may arise in connection with it.
Tiik talk about military interlerenee lu
the Louisiana Legislature, because four
or live Interlopers were expelled
iruin inu peaii wiey usurjicd on tile liooi
of the House of ltcpresentntive., and be
C.'lUsC! !1 Wllfff. T.onrrtlfi mnh tvnni int
tlllttnll n nut flin '"lln-....! W...,,.l,l, ,.
nieinbers who did not choose to submit
to their arbitrary dictation, U a stupid,
nonsensical fraud, only equalled by that
of the tame paper which professes to be
lieve that the Illinois Legislature Is llkclv
to resolve itself Into n mob und receive
the same treatment. Springfield State
The Journal treats tho Louisiana out
rage very lightly, talksabout it llliuiantlv
and-pooh-poohs! those who profess to
see in it the establishment of it precedent
dangerous to tho government of the
United States. "Are you going to make
a disturbance because four or live Inter
lopers were expelled from seats they had
usurped';" nks Tht Journal. Well", that
depend. hvcii It the four or
five persons who claimed to
be members, were Interlopers, and
a Ule of soldiers ejected them from seats
on Ihe lloor, we would seriously obiect.
Interlopers "Usurping" seats on the tloor
01 any House ought to be expelled, but it
Is not a sale policy to permit the otlleers
of the army to go into it State, determine
whool the tillens claiming to be mem
bers of the Legislature are interlopers,
ami expel them.
It may be that the Democrat's
resorted In wav that are
dark to tricks that are vain
to obtain the oriranlzatlon of the House
of lteprcsentatlvcs hi Louisiana, hut this
fact did not Justify the interference of the
army. .Mr. VMltz had obtained the
chair, and over a hundred of the mem
bers had been sworn in. when Gen. I)e
Trobriand appeared and drove the Dem
ocrats from the hall ! It was an outrage,
and has been s0 pronounced
by many of the ablest aiid
most Influential liemiblleans in the Union.
Even Gen. Grant has been compelled to
apologise for it, by saying that lie did not
authorize the Interference ol the army,
and that the olllecrs are to be excused for
the wrong they have done, on the ground
that the officers of the army are not law
yers, and were therefore Ignorant of the
law. Hut Tie Journal, pcrclteiit and
mean in its politic, defends the message
because Senator Logan doe. 77i Jour
nal uses that gentleman's quill.
IN Till: COALITION IIKOKIIX?
The State Journal copies our remark
about the duty of the majority of the
uenerai Assembly to couileuin the action
of the military authorities In the organiz
ation of the Legislature of Louisiana,
The vote on the Hoblnson resolutions
lu the House or ltepresentatlves, the other
day, Indicates that the editor of the Bour
bon Jlullttin Is neither a prophet nor the
son of a prophet. It is evident that tho
lndejiendentH" are not tho sort of men
the llulletin seems to liavu taken them
for In consequence of their fusion with
the Democracy lu the organization of the
Douse. The national policy of the gen
eral government and especially Its
policy In dealing with the lawless classes
lu tho late rebel States, was not one of the
Uciioo on wi,ci, ,, imteppdent members
of tho Twenly-nhith General Assembly
were elected, and they have conse
quently simply exercised their right to
vote Recording to their own sentiments
on his subject. They have thereby said
that when they voted with the Democ-
raCV 111 till) nrrr-lllllnllni. nf ,1... II
vote which, we believe, nobody will have
Vm I "- a" wiemscives
they did not mean to lose their identity
nor surrender their freedom or opinion
wn,lli(.lht'r 8UJt,cs- Indeed, to do this
would be a confession that ther claim to
Independence Is without foim la io
hcthcr t he "Opposition party" cm l"
i .: . . in'nians, nme to
J 5".r,Ue f DwSli "HI think that
the better?" conml" terminated
If the Independents are not the "ort ol
men wo took them to be," what sort ol
men ure they ? We took them to hu sen
filble and patriotic iucn,-the representa
tives of citizens who had liecomc dissatis
fied with tho dlvastrous conditions into
which the country has been precipitated
by the action of the Republican party.
Yi o took them to bo men onnnswi m tiw.
rmo oi party rings, and In favor of the
Republic us organized under the consti
tution. We took them to be anything
else than blind partisan. rr o i?..,ni
' ...V II.VIIU.II
party, following tho President Into
m iu oingeroiu path lu
which he la walking. Therefore wo look
them to ho men who would not hesitate to
condemn the Louisiana outrage. Were
we mistaken V V think not. In (ho
Senate, the Independents voted forltobin
son s resolution. Jn the House some .t
the Independents, and n Democrat or
two, voted against II. The iimJorKy of
tile independents in both branches ot the
General Assembly voted to condemn the
Louisiana outrage; and therefore wo con
clude that the Independents are, not
withstanding the boast of The
Journal, just the sort of men
wetook them to be. The few
Independents in the house, who followed
Mr. Armstrong to Ihe ltadleal side of the
chamber When the Louisiana question
was put, acted without proper Informa
tion. Men like Mr. Steagall, the col
league of Mr. Plater, must be pardoned
lorn step llko this. They have Just got
out of the ltadleal party, ure new hi the
buslnes of acting against Grant have
schooled themselves to obey the orders of
the ltadleal leader, and must not be
forced to bo wise In politics .suddenly.
They inu.thac time.
I'poti the whole, while we. regret the
defeat of Mr. lioblnson's resolution, we
see nothing In the result of the vote In
the two Houes of the General Assembly
to Indicate that the coalition Is broken.
It has been strained somewhat, but the
majority of the Independents are hi har
mony with the Democratic Opposition
members, and we are convinced matters
will work out for good to the auti-lt.-ull-on
1 s In the end.
TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
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(cxcppt MoihIh)') in llir Unllrllu Ilullillng, cor
nrr U'-shlntcin Miim; and Twrlflli 9litt.
Tur. Ilixi.ttiN I mini to illy imbcrlb-r by
fjltliful carrirrsntTntntr-Flre Cent WL,
psynWe wcrkly. JlySfnll, (la iKltaucf), lUr
sutitimi tlxmonllin, tuj tlm luonltii, $3; unr
montli, SI 2.".
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
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Kranmun, InvarlnMy In wlrnnce. 'HieistaKe
on the WVHy will U- iirpakl at tUls oltlr-, jij
that nbci IIhts will olitoln it for a subvrlitlf.ii
rlre of 1 a ymr.
Itusiursa C'anls, jioriuiiium, ijr, CO
One wiiuir, one In-ertlon,. I 00
one Miuare, two Insertion, 1 .VI
One square, one virtk M
One iiure, two Weeka, 3 'M
One iU.re, thttc wttku,. i ill
One rmv, one mouth, .1 m
W K n 5 I. V .
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Km-li aubusiurnt Intrrlloii u
?"Oiic Inch It jqiuitv.
JCJTo H'kiiIhv a'hrrtbers Teofrertiiei1or in-
iliicemenli, liothai to lulu of charge antl man
ner of illsjilnylnp; llielr fUi ora.
EJ-Notlcei In local column Inserteit for Fif
teen CenU tier Hue for one In Dillon, Twenty
CentJ r line for two Ituertlons, Twinty-ritc
Centa n line for tlnve Iniertlom, Tlilrty-l'lvc
CenU n line for one week, anil fevtnty-FIu-
C'jiW a lint forouc month,
Communications upon nubjecta of gen
eral lntoieet to the public aolloited.
Z3-A1I letters thouM be ailitiejseil to
JOHN It. OltEHLY,
l'l-mlJcnt Culru llulletin Comuany.
VTiitlce I. Iicrrliy Kirrn that the tax hook) for
X the year IS74 hate been placiil In inr lunula
niul that I rll beat the rolluinK naineil placei
cUctlns the taxea oUM ,'r.V VUT',:
i irar i.iw. rrrrinei. LHIiy A Marc i laoil'a
tore, February it-.1, l73.
flll.111 Crvl. ltiullinl I, 4 l.t i
tore, tebruary ), IS7S.
Han til FY I'lyclnrt. Wm froltin'l'a iu... v. i.
, 1.",J"1:ii ' l" uoiwing' More, Feb
(iooe Ilanil l'reclnct, O. Oreenle'a More.
Ilfiu-'Innth lrMsl..t V 1 1i,tin.,t t
unity rrerinci, iioiigra Athertoii'i gtort-.
ItrliiK your Uit year' tax reeelpt.-, at it la tin
arc to trim to the tux booka alone for lUscrlu
tlona of lamt.
cnio, 111,, Januaryi), H7S
,,. ALEX, II. ntVIN,
IM-l-U-wbl. District Collector
TIIKItK la more fun in Uie
C'bromos 1'I.UCK Hum any
t'niunii wr iiniiiett aiory mai uat
eeil glvrn in the imbllc for yeait,
Ditn givrn In the imbllc Tor yeait,
Arvvr befnra baa been acconleil to
any picture or art nf picturea, the
jiojiulurtty the (;hroiuoa have
attained. Slie, alx by twenty
two liiehei 1'rlca, teu itollara
Ireaa nntera to
J F ItYIlEIt,
fOUU.UU Chllla whlfh my InJIan
Agua ltemwly will not tm-rtually aratllcate froiu
thuayatem, Only Wrenta Tor full dlreellona lor
ompounilluK th. niMllctne. 'tl. faction ifu.r
antMi or monuy raninile.1, AUdreaa It; v.
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The Oommenoitl Hotel of th (Jit
Spend Your Money
that roil nil jet It sit luck in it) (oil t com.
fart, 1T IniMtsnn It In one of our
ne p. intuit
I'nmoin fir girlnj out a wonderfully Slroiyr,
I'lmtant and Uniform Heat kin
Small Cost of Fuel.
carSiuiplo in construction, easi
ly mannged, cnrel'ully rando of tho
vcrv best mntoritils. alwuvs hns
flrst-rato draft, and guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction ovorywhoro and
under all oircumstancoa.
Ezoelslor Mnnfnoturlnc Company,
0X0 and 014 N. Main St. St. Iml, Mo.
0. N. HUGHES,
OHIO Xj 33 XT 312 23,
Over Mathuu & TTht't.
NONl! lot i'lr-t-CUu Compantef rcirc
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, ui-itr.lri.
The Oldest Established Auancy fn South
am Illinois, ropresentlnir over
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordero for Coal by tho crtr-lotid,
ton, or in hogsheads, for.shipmcnt,
promptly attonded to.
UQrTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tCVHalllilay Ilro 'a office, No. 70 Ohio lvee
tf-IIalllday llro 'a whurfbont.
tWt Kiryiitlan Mllla, or
tJ-At the teal Dump, foot of TUlrty-EL-lit
ta-l'oat Office Drawer, 3no,
Coal and "Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLIMOIS
TT'J'aT eonaUntly on hand at Hoaa' Yaiil.
J-X. Ikimiuerclat avenue,- opiioailt llio.a'
Jrdera promptly filled
l-oul and wood delivered froe of tharje
Tenni .trlctly ciih, "li-IO-6mi
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-. a "l UIWWI ifiuutaiiv-uM mjmr UI-
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droit, when wo think Into howmuiy liomm
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Address HAitl'KI'.A IlitUTHKIlS, U. V
Is widely known
asone ot the mot
ilies ever ditcov
cretl for cleans
Inir tLe syitem
nnil Hirifviiig the
'blood. It lia
stood the test of
years, witli a con
reputation, based on its intrinsic virtue,
nnd sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild ns to be cafe utul beneficial to
children, nnd yet to pearcliing at to
t'flectually purje out tliu jrreat corrup
tions of the blood, such as the fcrof
ulous and syphilitic contamination.
Inipurities or dicases that have lurked
in the .)-stcm for years soon yield to
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
I fence its wonderful cures many of
which are publicly known, of Scronilu,
nnd all scrofulous ilieascc, UlccrH,
Eruption, and eruptive disorders of
tho skin, Tumors. Ulotclics, Dolls,
Pimples. Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Itoso or Ery
sipelas, Tetter, Salt Itlicum,
Scald Head, Ringworm, and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
teem especially adapted, pucli as Drop
sy, DyHpcpsin, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Female Weak
ness, Debility, and Leucorrhoea,
when they arc manifestations of tho
It is an excellent restorer of health
and f trcngtli in the Spring. Ily renew
ing the appetite and vior of tile diges
tive organs, it dissipates tlio depression
and listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, peoplu
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and n new ieaso of life.
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
I'ractical and Analytical ChemlHt.
OLD BT AIX URCOaiSTS ETKBTWiiKBK.
Por rcBtoring to Gray Hair it
natural Vitality and Color,
which is mt
nng tho hnir.
fit soon re-
or gray hair
lo its orininnl
mor, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair is thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore- tho hair
whero tho follicles aro destroyed, or
tho glands atrophied and decayed;
but such as remain can bo saved by
thie application, nud stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
tlio hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clo.ni nnd vigorous. Its
occasional uso will present tho hair
from turning gray or falling ofl)
and consequently prevent baldness.
Tho restoration of vitality it gives
to tho scalp arrests and prevents
tho formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncloanly and offensive
Frco from tlioso deleterious sub
Htanccs which mako somo prepara
tions dangerous, nnd injurious to tho
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
n HAIR DRESSING, nothing olse
can bo found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil white cambric, and yofc lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr, J. C, Ayer St Co7,
Practical and Analytical Chsmlats,
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL, J CAIRO RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
74 Ohio lvoe. ' I Wnshlnirto' Av Cor. 8th St.
ROCHESTER, 3ST. "M".
Sliotilif be solil by the Ilardwatc, f.rnccn', and Tanned
Hood Trade everywhere
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EDMUND HUEPNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Wo liavo replenished our Job Printing Oflico with
many fonts of new type nnd have orders out for othor
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wo aro determined
to establish tho reputation of our oflico for first-class
work, ami mako our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
tho bost practical job prinlors West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to our
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COLLIER WniTE LEAD.
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Lart furulli"l or lr-
Can Opener Co-
Wholesale, Retail and
Wlloox'ci 33 loo It,
Corner Poplar and Elsveutk St rests.
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