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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : ' SATURDAY MORNING,. FKIUIUARY 1, 1870.
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OFFICIAL VM'EU OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
MnljtiIonun.gr Daily in Southern Illinois
J-iurjreKt Circulation ol any .Unity In
M.U. TIujtc'11, lOtlltor.
MiniAKL Di'NN is u relormod convict,
llecently rcleaseil from Sing Sinj,' he rc
turneJ toew Yoi-k, and is now playing
t!ie role of a zynlous rt'ligionist. He is
very dctn u strative U'ts his religious
lijfht sliiiiP so tl nit everyboily citn see it,
aud now, to keep him a way from evil asso
ciates, the ltikj 1 people of New York are
helpi.ig him, pecuniarily. Ten mid twenty
dollar hill tire coining in every day, and
Michael in no doul.it felicitating himself on
the thought that inclined him to niigiou
instead of the ways of the wic ked. AVe
hopi; that Michael is sincere, ami that the
the greeuhaeks nre well bestowed; but if
we owned as good a store as he is capable
of robbing, even to-night, we should feel
abundantly provided for, the balance of
The Democratic party should at once
put itself on record as opposed to the pay
ment of one dollar of the so-called rebel
claims. Of the three hundred million of
dollars that have been hatched out, and are
now riled against the government, more than
r.vo hundred and sixty millions are owned
by loyal Southern Republicans, who never,
in nil their lives, did anything else but
love the flag and pray for the perpetuity of
the Union. But this fact cuts no figure in
the case. To present these claims was a
piece of brazen presumption . that should
have been frowned down at the start. The
mere idea of paying for southern homes
that were battered down by Federal cucnon
or for southern cotton that was burned as a
means for destroying the enemy's sinews of
war, is simply preposterous; and the impli
cation for remuneration would have been
made in no other country in the world. As
leading Southern men, like Hill, of Georgia,
and Lamar, of Mississippi, have put them'
Belves on record as opposed to the payment
of such claims, and Northern Democrats
a-o unanimous in th"ir opposition, then
why delay action that will place the
party right before the country. There is no
occasion for a coiistijutionul amendment.
Public sentiment Is stronger than
laws or constitutions, and public sen
timent is against the payment of any of
These rebel claims. Five-sixths of till the
Democrats of the country are in accord
with that scntiiifnt. Why then do our
representatives in Congress hesitate to place
the party right on this tjucstion? Neglect
to do so has furnished the Republican pin ty
a bludgeon with which they hav; belabored
lis with telling effect. Let us talk us we
think; act as we feel, and we will disarm
the enemy of its most effective weapon.
Tun plague thut is raging iu Astraehan,
and across the lordcrs, iu Russia, is excit
ing considerable alarm throughout all Rus
sia, Prussia and northeastern Asia. In the val
ley of thu river Volga it is most malignant,
and is working terrible havoc with those
who are unable to reach places of security.
That its presence is ascribnblo to the dead
fish thnt line the bunks of the Volga, has
been contradicted. In speaking of the dis
ease in Russia, the New York Herald says
that so far as the facts are known they an
swer to what might be looked for iu a his
' tory of the transmission of the plague.
Soldiers returning from n country iu which
,'the plague is epidemic brought the descase
virilh them, and it was developed In the
arm weather in the autumn months in the
Low, marsuy, miasmatic utsinci at or neartne
mouth of tho Volga, lien arc the usual con-ditions-tue
hardship, the exposure, the star
' Yatioii ami ths htdlff.'reneo to cleanliness
cliHratt.ristic of loc!y governed ttrmie
the plague country, and the circumstances
that favored thu spread ot the diseaso ouco
brought in. Winter has not killed it, and
does not kill it, as it does malarious dis
eases, for its germ is of an '1111111111 origin.
Even the cholera has lived over the w iu'er
in that country 011 its way westward. In
this respect it may be apprehended that die
plague will act in the same way an bo
ready to start on its travels next summer.
Hut an effective quarantine will stop it.
Plague poison is not carried in"; rchandise,
and a quarantine against it ' therefore,
interfere less with commerce ' ,tr rt would
in regard to many other diseases.. Alrendy
Germany is, it pcars. ready to mobilize
an nnfty t'"r defence against the insiduous
enemy; but we must not imagine that we
shall be made safe 'by the arrest of tin
landward ' march of. the pest, especially
since M.'iinonites from the Sea of Azof and
other districts of Southern Russia have
shown a disposition to travel this way.
Rkituucan newspaper are quite unani
mous in the declaration that General
Grant "shrinks" from the mere idea of
another term in tin White House. Ex-Secretary
Fish is very sure that the General
doesn't want to jrv.n again, and will not
consent unless he sees that the demand is
universal, and not confined to those who
profited by his iornu-r service. To employ
a slangy phras; all this is entirely "too
thin.'' It is transparent to any man with
even half an eye. Grant has never, since
he first entered the white house, ceased
wanting to run again, fur a single moment,
and all his protestations to the contrary
were the merest Donna Ju'iaisms. His
itching for a third term developed itself
unmistakably about, the middle of his sec
ond term, and had the enormities of his
southern policy and whisky-riugism not
driven from his support, certain elements
that were thought essential to his elect'on,
Grant and not Hayes would have been the
noiuincc'of the Cincinnati convention, lint
failing there, his European tour was de
cided upun ns a big move toward the candi
dacy in 180. The moment he reached
the other sid.', his claquers
here, rais.'tl the cry that
nobody but Grant can save the country in
1H(). Correspondents in his own gang,
ununified the altculions paid to him, aud.
while; Grant was lying drunk in some hotel
in l'ari or Iteriin, our innocents at home
were made to believe that he was diligently
studying the intricacies and operation of
the varied forms adopted by the nations of
Europe. The I'Koi'Li: of this country have
had no part whatever, in giving Grant's
name a prominence in connection with a
third term. That work has been performed
wholly, and solely by paid correspondents
of Republican papers; and by designing
trickster.; who will be abundantly provided
for should their scheme prove successful.
The people have had nothing to do with
the matter for the reason stated by the St.
Louis Republican, because they have had
enough of him and his already. It was, as
we have stated, tin Republican schemers,
the bummers and boomers who took charge
of the Grant machine, and they have worked
it with considerable effect. They are ably
assisted by the man who "does uotwant to
run aijiiin," nnd who arranges and changes
his programme of travel in accordance with
instructions from them. For one who "has
no connection" with the plans and pur
poses of his tools, his proceedings are furi
ously adapted to these plans mid purposes,
and when the proper time comes the "con
nection" will be visible to the dullest eye.
In other words, there tire fuw things that
remain for future development, more cer
tain than Grant's nomination in iy80.
THE CHEYENNE SLAUGHTER.
The slaughter of the ilecng Cheyetm.-s,
and the cruelties thnt drove the poor
wretches to that desperate expedient, arc
matters that call for the most rigorous in
vestigation. Gen -ral Crook has organized
a military committee of investigation at
Fort Robinson; but the getvral public will
not accept the results that will be
reached by that committee, as satisfactory.
The reputation of the army is more or less
involved, and the army itself is not, there
fore, the proper tribunal to
pass upon tho matter. Thu public will not
bj satisfied unless tho slaughter is made
the subject of diligent, thorough and ex
haustive congressional inquiry.
The information now in possession of thu
public is inofficial, it is true, but is, iu tho
main, reliable. Tho St. Louis Republican
presents it in the following form: "It is
said that tho original plan was to take
all the Cheyenne captives to Fort Leaven-
worth, nn the 15th ol December. A num
ber of tho leaders were t ) be retained there
nnd the rest sent to the Cheyenne agency.
This plan was modified' by thu com
missioner of Indian affairs on the 8th
of January. He requested that ' all
the full grown mule captives
should be taken to Florida (Dry Tortu-
gllS, it Is StippOS'd . till'1; r- stlljoftrd to
the saint! treatment j.., t Ji. ,. ,,rj,le, in
lST.), The ivintiinderwumcn and child
ren --were to be returned to thu agency
from whence they had fled to avoid starva
tion and death. This separation of fami
lies, and the inevitable doom which await
ed both parties, were not calculated to
make the situation any safer and more com
fortable cither for the prisoners or their,
guardians. It is also stated that on the
UOth of Duccmber, clothing-was 'solicited
for the prisoners, who were in a region
where the mercury drops twenty degrees
below zero, and confined In a cold room
with only the scanty remnants worn in a
southern climate in the month of August.
The request was considered seven days, and
finally granted January 0. On the seventh
theotliceriu charge was asked how many
men, women and children were to be clothed.
On the Oth the clothing was ordered, but
never distributed; for the same night the
Indians having been deprived, by military
command, of food and lire for live days
previous-made their dash tor freedom.
Subsequently the clothing order was coun
termanded, as altogether unnecessary;
thirty-two nf the jail-breakers being buried
twenty-tive of them (men. women and
children) in one trench other dying in
the guard-house, and the rest running over
the .snow-covered hills and hollows to the
slaughter-pit iu the "washout."
"There is plenty of material here for an
interesting investigation, without interfer
ing with the armv portiunof the business.
We assume that Gen. Crook's court will do
its whole duty. If it docs, the whole country
will oooii know who is responsible for "Ihe
freezing and starving"oidcr; who is responsi
ble for the miserably insuflicient guard on the
night of the IHh inst; who is responsible for
the Indians having arms and ammunition;
who is responsible for the twelve days cam
paign, in which four companies of I'nited
States cavalry chased fifty Indians on foot,
encumbered with women and children and
having taily ten guns and pistols all 'told,
and at last exterminated them in the "wash
out" aforesaid when their gnus and pistols
were empty. IJy puting the results of the
congressional inquiry and military inquiry
together, the public will then have all the
facts necessary for a conclusive popular
verdict; and the future historian may con
struct thcrcti.om a story not much inferior
in power or pathos to Macauly's famous
"Massacre of Glcneo" the inferiority, if
there be any. originating in the difference
between a red face and a white f ice: God
being the maker ol both."
"Fen UK IIaitinkss," All those who have
the future happiness of children at stake,
should know that In. I'.iill's'Rahv Svrupcon
tains nothing injurious.
Don't ri: Du-kivkd. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" whin
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh'
Consumption Cure. Do they not 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 cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. SOcts. and $ 1 .00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shiloh "s
Porous Plaster. Price 2o cis. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, nnd gen
cral debility when you cnii get at our stores
Shiloh 's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and To c'..s. For sale by Uaiclay
"II.ukm it.uk" a popular and fr.igrnnt i
perfume. Sold by liarclay ii.-othcrs. j
Soi'Tll AVF.Iill.V '.Ml Sot T1IKUN I'.NiTK!) i
Status. Owing to the warm ami deligl.i
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, utid all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of course, at ull
times keep the livt r active, nnd to our read
ers we would recommend Tablet's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken iu time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price 50 cents. Unrclay Iholheis, agents,
Tin: Hick-Lyi:. It is n well established
fact, that Tahler's Ihickeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions.
Ksculus llippocastantim. ir Horse diet
nuts, commonly kuown as the lluckeye, has
been, highly esteemed for ninny years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lyitiK in the bitter principle called Ksculin,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles.
If iifi'ected with that terrible disease, use
Uuckcyc Pile Ointment and be relieved,
liarclay Brothers, agents. Cairo, Ills.
CfHE ok Dims kino. "A yotiug fnend of
mine was cured ot an insatiable tl.irst for
Liquor, that had so prostrated his system
that ho was unable to do any business. Ho
was entirely cured by tho use of Hup Hit
ters. It allayed all that burning thirst;
took away tho appetite for liquor; lyude his
nerves steady, and ho has remained a sober
and steady man for more than two years,
and has no desire to return to his (.Upa)
and I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking by it." From tt
h ailing It. It. Oflicr, Chicago, II!.,,
CilKW Jacksou's best Sweet Nwv
SAN FORD'S im.'Ali CUKE.
IT l a liiet th.it inn lit. iilitiinttiit'd liy III" moot
re'pivuihli' ti'Htlinoiilulx eviir otierrit In ntvor of
nay tiioprlotaiy nii.iiirimi, Hmt tin Hauicai. (Thh
oh t.'A'i'Aiuiu iIucm In ,.very nun iilt'utd Itixlutit and
permanent Mlei No mutter of ltw lonif nliuidlnir
or bow Miverit tut ilUi'uc. tliu llr.l iIopmi tllvua iuli
evidence t'-Hut valun In thu trentim'tit ul't'atarruti
utl'ei'tinua that conlliliMiee U tit uiii i IV-lt in iW abil
ity to do all that In I'laiineil for It. Tin le-tlinnny
of phytdrliuiN. ilriil-t, and patleute 1" nimnimou
In MiIk repeet, ainfttic aeenmiiliillni; fvliletn: Ih
In point of ivnpiM tiibiili v mipcrior to uny ever be
lore obtained In famr of a popular remedy. Tbo
proprietors, llierelnre, ninv jimilv fuel proud of tin
iiiHllion the li.uniM. I'ciii him aliiilned, and bellme
It uoithy of Hh reputation.
10 YKARS A Sl'l'TERKK.
From Hon. Th 1. Ilogi'rt. Itrlstol,
Mi'r. Wkkkh i; I'ottkh: tleiitliniiou,- 1-VellnK
Ihoroie.'hly I'liiivineeil of the ellli ai v ol Sankhiiii's
iII.iiik ai. ( I i:i i'ijii I ATuiiui. I inn linlneed to drop
vim a line Inrny tleit ullliimli I have been nreptiftil
o! till the iiiiMi'win- AilviTtltied a "radical cure," 1
have never fiiimil aiiylliini; that promtim mub re
lief and tilllimile cure iih that of .sankoiiuV
I have been nilliited Willi I hi- dieailtlil dlfiMio
for more than ten yearn, and not until reeeiillv
eoiild I bo Indneeil tn perKeviii with any until 1
read the letter of Mr IIkniiy Wki is. and -an truth
fully hiv tbiit niter iikIiiu live or id buttle I um
thoroughly rum liu.-il nt ii . euiiitiMi loupertleo
iloiiiie.' ihal otliei. .Inilliirly iilUieti'd likeiiONelf
will be iuilurei! in make the trial, I inn. u'entleiiien,
very truly, ele.. TIIKO. I'. Ilitl.HltT.
IliiiMio.. II. I.. July 'it, ISW.
CATA J. U 1 1 A i7a F FEC-TIOXS,
Sueli hi Sure. Weak, lulla d. lied V'aterv Kvea;
I'leerailoii aud liillamatluti of the I'nr; (iinijlni;
Noises In the Head: Sore Throat: Khiugatlon nf
the I'miIiiiiiiiI Swelled Tonsils; .N itvuiim llemlni lie.
Neuialttia. Dizziness, clouded Memory, Loss of
Nervoie Knne. lii'iirv-lon nf Spirits. urn all
carefully and si lentiil. till v treated with thin reiuedv
aetoidinir to tllrretiotm which iiccouipunv each hot
tie, nr will he mulled to unv address on receipt of
Kach package eon'ulns Dr. Sanfuid'a Improved
InhalitiK Tube, and full illnTtions rl(r its
use In all lilies. 1'iice Dm. Diilhir. Kor
sale by all wholesale met r'tull dru';i;its and
dealers tliroii..'liout the t inted states and t uuaila.
WKKKS.v i'OTTKIi. (.cncral A.'i uts mid Whole
sale irii'.'i,'lts, IJiistiin. Mi'
VOLTAIC PL AST II
Afl'orils the must v'niti l'ul relief In lilieuiuati-B).
Wcuk Spine. l.iK'n! I'nhis, Nervous AtlVitloi'S. Lo
cal Klii-unmtisin. Tie Douloun iu, Nirvoiii, l'uin,
Allei ilons or th- Kidney. Kructiireil liilis. Aft", t
lioiis i.filie Chest) t old. mid Cuiii;h, Injuries of
lliejliick. strilns ami Itiuises. Weak Hack. Ner
vous l'uin of the IloweU. (.'ramp ill the Sloinnch and
Minlis. Heart Ail'eclloiis. Enlurj-ed Spleen, r.nilseo
and l'uncti.ii , li'e unint tm of the Wri'ta and
Anns, Asiliiiiu. iuut. l.m.il ami Dc-ep s,.nt,., I'jln,.
i'ain In tin (.'In.".!, stltili in the Hack, l'alu in the
Hip. Varicose or Knltrml Vt ln. I rick In the
Hack tmil Neck. I'alu and Vo.:kness iu Side and
Hack, llearseln s. Sure Throat. I. utnlia '). Whoop
In Coitirh. Sharp t'aiu in the Ilreast. Heart Dis
ease, -M:l:iy, Kiabc-es, mul fur Lameness in any
part ul the body.
1 imi.i. 'J ( 'eu'ts,
Ask for COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER.
Sold liy all Wind, -ale and Itetall Druu'iftK
throiii'hoiit the I'niieil ,m it,., and t. aniidus. and
bv WESKS A i'lTI'i;ii. l'rotnietor. Hostun Mas
llit JJitt'i'sj twv lln I'ui'oist mul
IJi st IlittoiH (v'r Mivdo.
They are compounded from Hups. Iluchu.
Mandrake and Dandelion, the oldest, best anil
mo-t valuable medicine In the world nnd cou-
tain all tho itest and most curative nronertlen of
mi inner oiiiers, oeini; int ereaa st mcoit I linn
er. Liver llesrulator. and Life and IleHlth Heslur
lilU' Aijent on earth. No disease or ill health
can uossiltly lonj.' exist where the Hitters arc
Used, no varieil null p-rfect are their operation".
They (jive ninv life and vigor to the aed and
Intirm. To alt whose employment" cause Irregu
larity of the bowels or urinary orirana, or who rf
(tiir an Aplietlzer, Touie utid nii'd Stimulant,
these J'.ilters are invaluable, beinj; hl-ih v ettra
llve, tonic, nnd stimulatlni;.witlioul liilnxd-nllng
No matter what your leulinsortivpiutoiiis ar ,
what the dic-ase or ailment in, use' Hop lUtern.
Don't wall until you are nick, but If you only feci
had or iniHtrilde, use th'.' liltters at once. It
ninv. save your lif.-. Hundreds' have been saved
Itiy so doiiiif. r"'?."iO(ik:Jwlll bo paid for a
a I'use thev w ill nut cure or help.
do not suiter you wit or let your mentis sutler,
but I'.io and ur.'e tlien, u use Hop Hitters.
Kemember Hop itlitcra Is no vile, dmx'Jt'd.
drunken nostrum, but the purest and best med
icine ever made; the "Invalid's Friend and
j Idne ever made; the "Ii
i Hope," and no person or la
out tiieai. Try Hop llitturn
Tfv lliip CoiiL'h I'nrn i
lamilv should be with-
and I'ain Keller.
KV MKAT MA11K LT.
of the I!u3a;o Head.
No so. Ohio (
KOKIlLEtt P.liOS.. Proprietors,
.!(); AJiKIiU A front.
A iV.i! and lolnplet" nipple of the bet of all
kinds in, -Hi uhv tv on hand. Orders tilled at any
hour. :u,v ornUht.
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Whokissalo Dcrvlor in Ico.
ICE 15YTHF. CAR LOAD O11T0N, WELL
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Cor. Twelfth Street amlLovoe,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS, v
I Ileware of
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docs not iiicrtist the wick, and thus is avoided it frequent ivtrhnniirig.
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Inferior ami Cheaper Oils are falsely ofl'eml ami oM as
KLA1XK. I!e sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
who wouM deceive vou in this, will i! -eeive vou in other
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Other In Your Lamps!
and rate it as safe as :ts
- NJJW YORK.