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M.B. Ilarrell, Editor.
. I'orE county is one of the Republican
strongholds of Southern Illinois. For a
period of fifteen years or more, the Demo
crats there have been rigidly excluded
from ncy share cf the management of its
affairs. The Republicans have held undis
puted sway, and what that "sway" amounts
to is being shown by the Pope County
Democrat. By digging into the records of
the county commissioners court, the editor
of the Democrat has brought to light the
following proofs of shameless waste and
profligacy, if not downright dishonesty:
On the 14th of July 1S77, the commission
crs paid Culver. Tage and Hoync, for a I
qr demy collector's book $70.00 and for the
box in which it was shipped $1.00. The
book was really worth at that time $11.25:
the- box 23 cents. Here is a square gouge,
iu the price of a single book, of $30.50!
Iu March '77 the commissioners paid $77
for a 11 qr demy tax book, and $30 for
3,000 asscsosr'a blanks. The book was then
worth $13.25 and the blanks $12.00. Here
iu un expenditure of $107, is a goiure'rtf
$63.00? Tn the jmiic month and year the
commissioners paid $00 for an 8 quire chat
tie mortgage book, and $1 for the box, the
book and box being then worth exactly
$10.25. Here, then, in an expenditure of
$01, is another gouge of $30.75! On the
same day an 8 quire deed record was pur
chased at a cost ot $00, whereas its actual
value was only $10 another gouge, in the
cost of a book of $30.00! And at no time
were the orders of the county worth less
than 75 cents on the dollar. To recapitu
late these monstrous items, wc find that the
taxpayers of Tope county, through the reck
less waste, extravagance (if nothing worse)
of their Republican officials, are compelled
to pay $299 for four books, etc. that might
have been purchased, for cash, for the sum
,. of $30.75 a clear waste of $242.25 in an
expenditure of less than $000 ! What do
honest people think of this style of county
management What do they think of a
jjreat book firm that makes itsell a party to
such nroceedin'-s) We pause wonder
FALSE AND TOO FOOLISH TO BE AB
The Okolona States is the only newspa
per in the South that emblazons the motto
of Illinois, "State Sovreignty," at its mat
head. It is tho only paper in the South
that declares that the constitutional amend
ments must be revoked and 6et aside. It
lathe only paper that declares that traitors
must take front seats and Union men must
be shoved to the back ground, and it is the
ouly paper in the South that is kept alive
by the support of Northern Republicans.
The remaining sixteen hundred declare for
the Union of the States, for respect for and
obedience to the constitution and its amend
ment; for the equality of all men before
, tho law, and for a full, free and unobstruc
ted extrciw, by the general government, of
all the powers conferred upon it by the
constitution. Thete are facts that are well
known to every intelligent man of the
country; yet John A. Logan, in an
interview with a Chicago . Times
reporter, nnblushingly declared that "there
"can be no doubt but tho Okolona States re-
fleets the sentiments of the Democracy of
" the South 1". There can be no doubt, says
this shameless niun, that a wretched little
half patent weekly, published in an obscure
town in MissiHlppl and supported by the
patronaje of Northern Republicans tl ere
can be no doubt that this violent, ranting
sheet, with it three hundred Southern sub
scribcrs, represents tho sentiments of the
two millions ot Democrats of tho South,
while tho sixteen hundred Democratic pa
pers, with their million and a half of
Southern subscribers, represent- nobody !
Tho mere statement of Logan's affirmation
is so palpably rediculous betrays in him
such an undisguised purpose to slander and
misrepresent over one-third of the voters
of the country, that it is a matter of sur
prise that even John A. Loi?uti, un
scrupulous and unhesitating as he is known
to be, could give volc9 to such an utterance.
Ho knows that sensible men must know
that he didn't believo a word of his own
statement. Why, then, didhemako it?
Time is demonstrating that tho establish
ment of quarantine against Memphis, was
precipitous; but it was not given to the
people to look ahead, a week into the fu
ture; and consequently the steps taken
were the suggestion of wisdom and exhib
ited a determination on the part of the citi
izens of exposed cities, to take no risks to
fence out the bronzed terror, if possible.
It was not only a commendable precaution
ary measuro to establish a qunrantiao
against Memphis; but thoso localities that
enforced it most rigidly betrayed the greater
wisdom, since their action inspired a confi
dence in the people concerned, of their
ability and determination to derive all the
advantages and afford all the security that
quarantine can give. The people of Cairo
aro without that assurance, and,
as a consequence, will "hear ol
future outbreaks of the disease, with in
creased distrust of our security. We sin
cerely hope that such a farce may never be
re-enacted; but, of course, can promise
THE "EAD BELTS'1 COME TO TFIE FRONT--MCCII
DENIAL AND NUMEROUS COUNTER
CHARGES A TERRIBLE STATE OF AFFAIKS
DISCLOSED THE DARKEST SPOT, FOH THE
TIME BEING, IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Having but recently given an account of
the deeds of bloodshed and violence in
Hardin county, as detailed by a correspond
ent of the Louisville Courier-Journal, who
claimed that he gathered the tacts on the
ground, we now give the defence of the al
leged leader of the clans upon which were
charged the blood and terror that have
given to Hardin county her ill repute
Logan Belt, tho writer of the communi
cation given below, is a half-lawyer, a Bap
tist preacher, and, as his writing indicates,
a man of more than ordinary intelligence.
On Monday last he was placed on trial, in
Shawneetown, under a charge of murder,
it being alleged against him that he en
tered a neighbor's house, where a dance
was in progress, shot down a man named
Oldham, without immediate provocation or
warning, and then, with pistol in hand, de
fied any of the dead man's frien:s or rela
tives to "take up"' the quarrel, and settle
the matter by a shooting scrape. This is
the charge. Belt claims that the shooting
was done in sell defence; and if he is as
Imd a man as he is represented to be, and
has at his beck and nod a gang of cut
throats and villains, it will be
an easy matter for him to
substantiate his claim. But
is his communication. It embodies strong,
terse and emphatic terms, and puts the
writer in the role of the most viciously
abused and slandered individual in the
State of Illinois. It reads as follows:
As my trial is to commence next Monday
at Shawneetown-, it seems my enemies have
flooded the papers ot your county and oth
ers with a series of the vilest slanders and
most wicked and baseless falsehoods in the
hope ol prejudicing the minds of tlie peo
ple of Gallatin county against me. I sol
emnly assert that I am "not guilty of tho
offense for which I am to be tried; that
what I did was in my own necessary self
defense, to save my own life winch at the
time was being assailed with great vio
lence; uud I ask the people of Gallatin
county to suspend their judgment
in the case until fiey near the evi
dence from tho lips of tho witnesses
in Court, when they will be satisfied that my
action was in my own self-uetensc, and
that I am not tho inhuman monster my
enemies have painted mo. In this I am
asking only what the law lrcely accords
me the presumption ot innocence uutil
guilt is proven. I desire (it is my right, as
it is the right of all men accused of crime,)
to be tried by sworn testimony in open
court, where 1 can meet tho witnesses face
to face, where I can have the unprejudiced
judgment of twelve unbiased men upon tho
testimony, rather than by vituperation, in-
uendo, falsehood, slander and riduculous
rumors scattered through tho newspapers
immediately preceding my trial in court by
known enemies who aro hounding on my
trail and seeking my destruction.
I desire, however, through your columns
to call attention to a few of the shameless
and miserable falsehoods publisced about
me in a letter written by an enemy of mine
in Hardin county to tho Louisvitlo Courier
Journal, and published in tho papers of
your connty. The coward who signs him
self "X" says: "lie (Belt) was an officer
in tha 4th Ky, (Federal) Infantry, and soon
won a first class reputation m a horse
thief." This is a dark and cowardly false
hood, as Jci. Robinett ono of your citizens
and a member of my command will readily
testify . I could refer to a number of others
who were with me and were bravo
soldiers, if I thought it necessary.
"X" further says: "A soldier of tfn
regiment who knew a good deal
about Belt's crookedness was found dead
TTTE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
nn,i ain,1. ono moruiiitf." , .Now , niurK
tho lies ! No soldier of my regiment was
over found dead and scalped; I never saw
any soldier living or dead that was scalped
in my life never kew such a soldier. Now
for the facts; There was a soldier, us I
was informed, utterly unknown to me, who
belonged to tho regular army, and whom I
nevor saw or knew, who was killed and
scalped at Bowling Green, Ky., for his
money, nud Eliha T. Oldham, now a citi
zen of Hardin county and a member of the
Oldhaa family who aro prosecuting mo to
day, and two other of my company were
arrested for tho murder and turned over to
the civil authorities and were returned iu
prison until the war was over, and until
long after my company had been mustered
out of tho service. James A. Lowry,
editor of tho Hardin Gazette, who has been
making such vicious attacks upon me,
knows tho above to bo true as gospel, and
all the members of my company know the
samo facts. "X'' further says: "Several
years since a man named Dorris whipped
Belt in a fiulit at Elizabethtown. Dorris a
short time afterwards, was assassinated in
his own house iu Gallatin county. Belt
wasiudicted, proved an alabi, and escaped."
The only thing true in the above was that
Dorris was cruelly ana in coia
blood assassinated in his own
house near Equality in 1870, by
some depcrato midnight assassin. It is
false that I was ever indicted for the crime.
I was arrested simply because he bad lived
in my neighborhood before, and we
had quarreled. 1 had an examination be
fore ex-Judge Robert D. Pearcc at Equality,
and the people having failed to produce one
iota of evidence against me, or even the
breath ol a suspicion, and it appearing on
the trial that I was eighteen or twenty
miles away at the time tho fatal shot was
fired, I was discharged, Judge Pearce vol
untarily giving me tho louowing certif
icate : '"This is to certify that Logan
Belt was arrested and had an examin
ation before me, on the 27th day ot
February, 1870, for tho murder of
Samuel II. Dorris, auu tti.it tncre
was not the slightest evidence against the
said Belt, but on the contrary Belt proved
positively that he was in Hardin county
somo eighteen or twenty miles from Equal
ity at tho time when said Dorris was
Thus falls to the ground this vile slan
der, hawked through the newspapers to in
jure me in tho approaching trial.
The correspondent "X" has a
great amount of Blush hashed
up about tho Belts being organized into
a ku-klux-klan, all of which is infamously
false and has no foundation in truth. And
the writer hereof has proposed time and
again to his enemies that if they would
produce one single respectable witness that
he (Belt), or an? of his friends had been
seen in Hardin count)-, either day or night,
under arms or h disguse, or in a band to
gether for any rurpose, that he would then
admit that there was some foundation for
such rumors; but no such witness has been
or can be produced, and these anonymous
scribblers and slanderers well know
it. On the o.Iier hand I have pro
posed to prove by not only one but by doz
ens of honorable, high-mined men that ray
enemies are barked together, with pistols
and shot guns, iu numbers from six to
eighteen in one gang, not a friend ofmine
with them; that they roam the country
both night and Jay carrying demoraliza
tion to the quiet and peaceable citizens of
Hardin county. Why is it, my fellow citi
zens, that myself and my friends suffer
continuously from poisoned dogs, poisoned
horses, burned fences, burned houses, and
all such devilment too tedious to mention,
while no one can point to a single one of
this gang who lias ever been injured to the
amount of ono cent, either in person or
property ? And echo answers, W by is it :
1 will give a reward ot one hundred dol
lars for any reliable proof that myself or
any of of my friends have ever left any
threatening letters at any place, seeking to
drive any person away from his home.
That such letters have been written and
sent I do not deny. I luve received such
letters myself, and can shwonc now in my
possession, which I have ictained; and per
haps it was fortunate I did so, for the one
found in the papers of the poor, unfortu
nate, murdered Hambrink is in the same
handwriting of the one received by myself.
l ne letter to mo warneu mo w u eui una
things it I wished to enjoy life and prop
erty in llardin county, and was signed
Tho editor of the Hardin Gazette, though
an avowed enemy of mine, while publish
inii- the infamous "X" article recoils from
the false, slanderous and reckless charues,
and says editorially : "Wc do not wish the
impression to tro out that all the Belts m
this county are bai ami lawless men, for
many of them are 13 good citizens as we
have; peaceable, law-abiding, minding their
own business and having no difficulty
with any one. With theso correc
tions wc give the article ("X"') to the peo
ple as a matter of news." No one knows
better than this editor that the "X" ar
ticle was conceived in iniquity and
born of corruption. He knows its state
ments arc as false as hell itself. He knows
the object of author was, by slander, false
hood and abuse so to poison tho minds of
the people of Gallatin county that it would
be impossible for me to receive a fair and
impartial trial. He knows the article has
been spread broadcast over Gallatin and
llardin counties, so that the 6limo of the
slanderer might do its deadly work before
the facts could be elicited in a fair and im
partial trial before a jury. But Mr. Editor,
thank God that
Truth crufhed tocarth will rice drqIs,
The otiTiml yean of Ooil aro hi-re ;
But error, wounded, writ lira In puin,
And llui amid h t wornhlppcrH.
I feel, sir, and I know that the sober
judgment of the peoplo will not be swerved
from right, truth and justice by the wicked
venom of the anonymous slanderer, but
they will judge of me and my action as all
men should bo judged: by the irrefragable
truth as it will be developed from tho
mouths of tho witnesses on the trial of mv
cause. No honorablo man should ask for
more; no honorablo man should ho con
tent with less.i ' LOGAN BELT.
The young man who by mistnkc swal
lowed a whole bottle of Dr. THill's Halti
moro Tills, is out again. Ho says lie feels
rather "palo" but otherwise is nil right.
Ho will however follow the direction next
TnR discovery cf the circulation of the
Mood wn an imptrtant event in tho history
ot medicine; but if 'ho blond be lull of fa.
purities, its circulation, which Providence
intended as a bless ng, proves a bane.
Hence wo should cltanso tho blood with
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