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Vm, Miter nAu niMteWi
BBBBU1D 1MB MEKIE
of the tte ot Illinois are requited to
Mod delegate! to a state convention to b
held at SprlogflaM, Illinois, THURSDAY,
tb JlTf DAY OK Al'BIU 1878 . at U
o'clock m., lor the jmrpon ot nominating
on candidate lor the office ol state treue
nrer, and on cadidt tor tin office of
Ute inperinUndent of public instruction
. and to transact such other business at may
coma bslore it. Tie several couutlei are
entitlod to the following representation,
baited upon the vote lor government in
Vow for Stew-
art in lMi-.
f ;- ;
4, '. "
Crawford . ........
t ay I la.M.....ni..... ........
i ITranklin ........ ..
Fulton. ... ,
tialUtin.. ......... ..
i tiNntMMtfitHM' taao
J ! DavieM...
' Me Lcan....
it uuluie ............ ...........
1'aery k .................
TPutnan ..... ......
Randolph ,..,... ..... &....
Sangamon lo vuM
S lark ,.....
Kf tlttlt........ .V.
Union k, .........d.
,; If Si
. 1,7 V!
. I. Hi
. 1 V'l
, ' 4,I,H
Total ' ;.........57."i iit
t Tua committee uounimously reeomendto
tbe democracy of the northern gmoddivi-
Minn and aecond aoDeUate district, that
they hold their conventlop, for the pur
pose of uomlcaUng clerks of tho Hiirpreme
and appellate courts, for said division and
district, at Joliet, on Thursday, April 18,
And tor the central grand division and
fcird appellate iUlrict, that lie delegate
appointed from said division and district,
' to the slat convention, to'meet In couven
tion at JipriDgtield, on the day said state
eonvention is held, at 10 a. iu., for iho pur.
pose ol nominating elerks of tho surprcnie
and appellate courts for said division and
And for the southern j?nind division and
fourth appellate district, that they hold
their-convention at Centralis, Thursday,
May. 18, 1378, for the purpose ot nomina
ting clerks of the surprerueand appellate
courts, tor said division and district;
The ratio of representation in said con
ventions to he the same at in tho slate con.
enUon.jv.r. V ; .-.
""Thos. SniKLKv , Secretary. "
C. II. McCormlck, C. D. Holies,
J. B. Mann, W. K. Murphy,
A. 1'. Ooodard, B. V. Burgen,
1 DISTRICTS. -
L B. E. Oodell, 11. J. M. Bush, .
J. f bos EXourtney, 12. II. P bhumay,
Jfc Tkomae Shirley, 13. J. A. M&llorv,
4. Richard Bishop, 14. John V. 8oiith,
b. K. 11. Maisb, . 10. W. Cochrane,
6. J. b. Drake, 16. L. B. Parsons,
7. Vf. A. Steele. 17. H. 0. Gerke,
" B. J. Duff, . . 18. T. K. llouton,
S. w. T. Davidson, 19. 8. . LandeH,
. Uev.. Krfmnnila
Democratic County Convention.
A mass convention of the Democratic
foteryol Alexander county, will be held
at tbe court bouse, in this-city, on Satur
day, March 30th, next, at 2 o'clock p.m.
for li purpose ot electing three dele
gates (0 the state convention to be held
t Sprldgfleld on April 11th,, next; and
Uiyt delegate to lue district convention
to beheld a( Centralis on May Kith, next
sj'eT Tho. W, H-LLiDeY, Chairman,
'r Ctlro. I1U.; March 7. 1W8.
Sl iOM ipUOUC I'fBXM COL'BT, 8. i. I).
' -HthaHied to annonnae R. a. It. wrt
B4iilEa.gf WeluuirtoBro"Dv, at a canaidate
for Clerk of a Suprain Court, Houtbera (rand
lMTlston, Ullawli. subject 10 tbe dteiiion of the
Damoeratlo Bomiantiof oomoiwc. to D neiu
atmatrmrla. May ia. lars. bj;7s
om 0Uti or tmt appillati court
rM(' IrJf aadioftted to unonnot : HARDIN
faY Carry la, tlliae Bonnrjr, at candidate
Llala. autrJeet 10 (teiitlon ol the IMno:ratic
SSSfo -MM aaeet. at Unt.alla. May lotb,
un- " " v
; 4T tro aeOSorited to ennouaos W. C Le
HRUKK. ot KAaicbam County, as a candleate
fVJrt7ee AplTi, fimna dlilriet.
IilfnoiS. OiMet4 to tbe decinloa of U I'erno-
Maiia nTwa called to meet at i -trails,
Cnor rROfcTEcrs from all parts of the
country are uoet encouraginjr, and In
dicate a crcat wheat harvest. Itoporta
from portion of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio
and Kentucky are to tho cflVct that the
wheat pro8)cct was never butter at this
season of tho year.
CiF.x. Tom Andkrmx couiilaliia that
be has now been in jail over forty days,
and that nbthlns has boon done for his
releaHe. Nleholls reftises to pardon An
derson so long as he holds the position of
deputy collpctor of tho port ot Mew Or
leans; and Ilayeg, desiring to prove his
confidence In Anderson, refuses to relieve
him ot that position. Are myes and
Xicliolls conspiring to keep Anderson m
In the seuate on Thursday Mr. Blaine
assailed tho secretary ot the Interior.
Mr. Blaine's language had not tho tradi
tional dijrnlty of the senate, and what bo
said could hardly be called argument, but
he gave several pictures or the lmpracti
cable secretary which were recognized as
true to the lilc. Mr. Blulno can uo more
comprehend a principle than he can fly,
but ho groups tog-ether tacts in a striking
manner, is excccdlnely ready with his
Ideas, and has at his command an un
equalled supply of pat illustrations, and
out of three accomplishments he manages
to muke bimselt tho most attractive
speaker in the senate. Mr. Schurz will
not soon forcet tho Maine senator's
I.n another place In this issue of the
Bulletin we print a series of resolutions
adopted by the taxpayer's association ot
a meeting held on Thursday evening
last. ' These resolutions request our
member of congress, Hon. VVm. HarN
jell, to advocate and vote tor any meas'
are that may come before congress hav
ing tor its purpose the early construction
ot the Texas Paciflo railroad. Tbe
importance of this measure to the peo
ple ot this section cannot be over esti
mated ; and the fact that; Mr. Ilartzell
la understood to be opposed to it
is a matter ot surprise and regret
to our people. While no one quess
tlons Mr. Bartzell's motives In the
premises, yet his action is in direct
conflict with the almost vmanimous will
of the people whoso representative he Is,
However, we have full confidence In Sfr.
Hartzell and believe that when he fully
understands the will ol his constituents
In reference to this Important matter ho
will shape his course accordingly.
Wk must give the Democratic mem
bers of congress credit for one sensible
act. They held a caucus a few days ago
tor the purnose of making the army ap
propriation bill, recently reported from
the military coinmittece a party measure.
It has been painfully apparent, all
through the session, that if any of
Speaker Randall's committee commenc
ed the preparation of a measure intended
to reform abuses or prevent extrava
gance, there were Democratic members In
the houee loud In their threats to vote
m train at Qiijih mnAonrn WH
suggestion, bill or resolution, with simi
lar intent, has come before the house
some Democrats have absented them"
Bclves or voted with the llepublicans. It
is now plain that eeom my and reform
are as necessary to tho tnture success of
the Democratic party as to the prosper
ity of the country, and tbe time has come
f.ir dr&winir party linns. The result ol
the caucus held was the appointment of
a committee of thirteen to consult with
the military committee on n cause ot ac
Bauy shows are tbe lashlon now, but
as long as mothers continue to nurse
their tittle ones with Laudanum or other
opiates, they cannot expect their Babies
to look bright. If your Baby needs medl'
cine get a good and harmless one such ns
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. 25 cents bottle
THE TEXAS PACIFIC.
A lull Vpun oritreHiimitit nnrtzell
Tu Vole for the Henaiire.,
At a meeting of the Taxpayers' assoeia
ttou, held oti Thursday evening, 14th
Inst., the following preamble and resold
tluus weto unanimously adopted :
Whereas, Iu the opinion of this asso
elation, the interests of the city of Cairo
and ot this congressional district, as well
as ol tne country at larae, reouire the
early construction of another railroad to
the riicmo ocean, 0 as to insuro
healthy competition with roads .thereto
now In existence; therefore,
Kuolved, mat tho representative In
congress lrom this district, be and here
uy is rvqucsiuu io auvocate and vote lor
all measures now before the national
congress, or which may be hereatter in-
iroauceu, naving in view the earlv con
structionot the Texas Paciflo railroad,
and especially to support bv his vote.
and otherwise any bill which mav be In
troduced, providing fora reasonable and
lilieral assistance to tho Texas Pacllic
railroad company, composed of Thomas
niiu hi uom.iAicn, uj trie gen
eral government In the shape of a guar
antee of the payment of Interest on the
ooiHis 01 ins company or otherwise.
Itraohtd. That the secrpturv nnd tiroi:!,
dent ot the association transmit a copy
ui mo iore?oinsr preainoie and resolU'
tlons to the honorable William Ilartzell
n-prcwumuve in 1110 national congress
fi.vm ,1.:. ,ain..i..fc e
iuiu tuia uieinui.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
wnai mo netnorrMIe haa
Failed tn Uo, and What It Dlnat
.... ,o yrnrr io Mtreaffthen the
" -""'i on iimea' CUil
Regular Correspondence of the Bulletin. I
Wasiilvctox, D. Cm March 14, 1878.
Tnere were a thousand reasons why
the Republicans shoulj not have carried
New Hampshire yesterday. But they
earned it. The Democrat, notwllh
tandlng all the opportunities they have
had In the last few years to rwstahllah
public conlldence, to
and to reduce the expenses ot the gov
eminent, have failed, In tho opening but
tie of 1878, to carry a state which has
long been considered doubtful. I am
not given to sermons, but a word, of ad-
vice and warning may not bo out of
place here. This Dcmocrajo .failure Is
due, uW of all, to the fact that the
house of representatives has not done
and has not attempted to do one-half It
should have done in the way ot reform
Ing abuses, reducing taxation, and
thereby, ., ,.,
to tho country. Secondly, the Demo
cratic party has become as thoroughly
divided over Mr. Tllden, who has no pat
ronagc, as the Kepublluan party Is over
Mr, Hayes who has all the federal pa
tronage. Thirdly, Democrats all 'over
tho . country not all Democrats, but
lomo aspiring men In every section
have gone farther than Kepublicani
themselves In asserting the validity of
nayes' title to the presidency.
The house ot representatives shows a
disposition to repair its error, and will
probably do Its show ot tho work of pre
venting further defeats like that in New
Hampshire. Prominent men In the
house promise now that the Radical
party shall be put
ON THB DEFENSIVE.
So far as tbe foolish Democratic squab-
blo over Mr. Tllden, or over any other
man, as a candidate for the presidency In
1880, is concerned, tho mere putting the
tact In plain words would seem to be
enougn. It the Democratic party can
find nothing but personal matters todls'
cuss, while the country is In distress we
we may bo sure that the country will
seek relief outside of the Democratic
party. The folly of giving prominence,
In letters, speeches and platforms, to ex
pressions ot confidence in Hayes' title to
office, while bis own party almost uni
versally ignores the subject, has made
itselt apparent to every Democrat from
Maine to Louisiana. The country does
not honestly believe in that title. Give
the people change on these three points,
and we may have victories instead of de
teat. Mr. Hewitt, ol New York, paid his res
pects to the
CIVIL SERVICE REEORM OP MR. HAYES,
on Monday. There has been no such
forcible speaking in the house since
Blaine, with his presidential hopes de
pending on his utterances, defended him
self lrom charges of dishonesty. Mr.
Hewitt surprised even thoso who knew
him to be an able man. His dissection
of reform was thorough. One cannot
imagine Hayes reading that speech with.
out a blush. Particularly forcible was
the statement that Hayes thought, it Ix
proper for him or others to reward or
dinary political services, but had show
ered offices upon all who aided him by
trickery, forgery, perjury and in other
ways, in his Irregular and extra-constli-
tutional elevation to the presidency. This
speech should have a general circulation.
on Moudsy made a formal argument
against tbe payment of the fishery
award ot $3,500,000. 1 suppose he lias
no expectation of preventing the pay
ment, but is attempting to provoke an
agitation. Out ot that agitation will neces
sarily come a general discussion of the
i.v.ww.uAui 1110 IJIUflllCcS TO
the United States. Senator Blaine would
unquestionably take tbe lead in all dis
cussions ot that subject. It has been a
lite-long study of his, and has entered
luto all his plans for tho last year.
The act approved on the Otli iustaut,
pensions you loli soldiers,
it is now thought will benefit many
thousand persons. Lnder it any one
who served fourteen days, or partici
pated in one battle, in the war of 1812, is
entitled to a pension ot $8 per month
from the date of approval of act. Wid
ows ot such soldiers as have died alter
similar service, no matter what was tho
date ot marriage to the soldier, are en
titled to tho same pension. Those here
toforo dropped for alleged distoyalty arc
restored. The former aro required sixty
days service, and that tbo widow, to be
entitled should have been married to (1 0
S jldier prior to February 17, 1815.
What a Druggint says: "I have bto i
selling Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for ten
years, and it h i? given better satisfaction
t'lan any other cough remedy." A. G.
Schmidt, Apothecary, Hanover, l'a.
Unqaoatlonatily tne bee nuitalned
work of the kind In the World.'
'Naiicti of the Pru$,
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' It is vain to blame andunelwn to praise." The
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8th Street and Commercial Ave.
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Dt JOSX 3D CD JE
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothfcg, Hats and Caps,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
Prints,Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
FlamelS. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line ol Wpots, Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
', . Ladies' and Misses' lloots,
This stock entirely New and Fresh.
Oar 4ito4 kenDraoes everything needed in
broods. Hesse give us a can, examine our
Saloon ail Restaurant.
THJ BEST OF
WINES, LIQJ0RS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on had. Also has constantly
on band a
Largf Supply of
ORANGES APPLES, ETC..
At Wholisale and lUtail.
At the OldDelmonico Hotel,
51m Ifo.OS Ohio Iieveo
J. D. DEANE, Proper
Late of the Bt. Charlea.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAT
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and ail
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ollloeon whart boat, loot of Sixth street.
Office of Ilalliday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian Mill, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-eighth street, or
Po,t Office drawer Mo.
City Motional Bank Building, up.stalrs.
Ih Oldmt aublished Agency la Souther
Illinois, and representing o.er
165 000 000
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS B. E
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
T'iL' "t1 n" ,,y ,hl r"l eonoer-t .(. Lout
iiiari41- Louie, with all ether line to
Hie North, Eiaatoaa Wtl.
' TUUS SCHEDULE .
Tbioiigh Exdwi !, Cairo 8 :8a.m
M,ir,.K..K. Arrives K.8t. Louis 4 :iio p. in
veiiru ..e..M,M,u .. II -.Vq t m
Through Evpr,,. ,sn B. pt.Toiil"
. r, U..taaM
2;lo a m
S WiLV ALL UA1L ttOtTE be
lmffi'r irp nd at. Loula under one man-
latloai awaiting oonantion from other linn.
.fY''''": y"lr? North, Kortlirmt and yVeet
houlil 1 not buy their tlckeu uutil they have ei
amineit our rat, and route .
F1 y,i,u,K!'Lt i. T. WniTLOCK
. Frclifht Airl. Pawruser Kgvat.
.. . L.M. JOVlNSOJI.Uce'lMnnafrer.
l" Nona 4 KtMna.W C I B I V
Goods at the Lowest ftp ice
Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
Children's Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes
Special attention glvon to Country trade.
the City or Country, lu Groceries or Dry
gooaa ana pricen uoiore yuu uojr.
OLINOIS CENTRAL B. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Sunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Lye Cairo
:l0 p.m. Fast Express, arriving In St
LOUIS U.OUp.m.; liucagu, ihju, a.ui.
2:20 P.m, CINCINNATI. & LOUIS
y J 1 1 . ri l aoi luiiu
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis-
ait Tj.nst . . 1 ur T-traHu A-iA m
Faflstengers by this train arrive at above
point a 1
OF m OTHER BOUIK.
i,ui- m it. ot Mii with .leaner attach'
ed, ; for' ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
InDi I nula at fttJU) a.m. Chi-
caeo at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or KfMngham tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fassengers hy this Una go through to
the East without any delay caused hy
The SAT UHOAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
, FROM CAIRO ARKtVJSS IN Pi W W
yoRK MONDAY jaOttMISU,
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
-. .. i)Ltly iFZWESr&M that
they make belter time than this one, are
are Issued either through ignorance er a
lie hi re to misieau tne pumic.
For through tickets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
TUAIHB AHBiva AT tl(J
express - 2:00 n.m
tail - 4:(io a.m.
J A3. JOHNSON.
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Ladies' a&d dents',
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
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FALL IN PRICES.
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10R DOMESTIC USE.
WITH TABLE AND FIXTURES COM
PLETE REDUCED TO
Only T-wn.ty Collar es
A perfect and unequaled, largo, strong
and durable machine, constructed elegant
and soldld, from tbe best material with
mathematical precision, (or constant fami
ly use or manufacturing purposes. A I.
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day' work, never out or order and will last
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cient and reliable, with all the valuable Im
provements to be fonnd in the highest
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work the same way, and as rapidly and
smoothly as a 975 machine. An acknowl
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machines tor absolute strength, reliability
and general usefulness; will hem, tuck, fell,
scam, quilt, hind, braid, cord, catht r, rul
fb, shirr, plait, fold, scollop, roll, embroid
er, run up breadths, etc., with wonderlul
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strongest lasting stitch equally lino and
imotbe through all kind ot goods from
oambrlo to several thicknesses oi I road
cloth or leather'with fine or coarse cotton,
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In a season In the work it does, or make a
5ood living for any man or woman who
eslre to ns it for that purpose) works so
faithful and easy the servant er children
can use It without damage, frtc of ma
chine, fully equipped tor family work, with
light table, reduced to only $20. Half C,
Cover, Hide Drawer and Cabinet Styles
each at correspondingly low rate. Hale
delivery guaranteed free from damage.
Explanatory pamphlet Illustrated with en
graving ot the several style of machines,
references, variety of sowing, etc., mailed
tree. Contidt-nUU term with liberal in
ducement to enterpatslng clergymen,
teacher, buslues men, traveling or local
aqeat. eto., who desire exclusive agencies,
furnished on application. Address John II.
Ktndsll t Co., 421 Rroadwsy, N. Y.
. mm 1
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee.
And At I
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Paints-ill Colcra Esady 6r
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Elzin Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect can in
the World. Made of Glass
And Warranted not to
Leak, Corrode or Break.
Every family should nave
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Uto. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump,
manuiacxured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeOinchon's .
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
"Last week I bought a 10 cent package of Washine ami done my washing in one ball1
the usual time at leu than half tbe cost of Soap. My clothes were whiter. 1 did not.
bave to rub them, nnd it did not shrink my woolens, and for once I was enabled to t,'f ta.
hot dinner on Monday. Ho ladles try it, and you will save labor, time and money. It U
perfectly safe to use it. MRS. A.
5 and 10 cent Packages-
JDr. Woods' Fever Pi!I
Wholesale and Retail at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' E6InHutraby,:anco
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table TJse-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparllla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Clotb
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, .
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Day Ruin, SplendidCanada Tar
Soap nglih and American Soaps Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
nal Bottles or In Broken Quantl- .
ties as wanted at loir pricen.
Buy Your EDpocP
At Barclays' Drag Store.
Window Glass, Putty
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Tanner's Fish Oil
First Centennial Premium-.
and adopted after a thorough Scientific'
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by the
U. S, STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS,
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas ;
rate the same with Insurance
Companies. Used by Rail
r ads Street Cars and Hotels.
A . ,
Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.