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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH I, 1070.
NEW SERIES-NO. 216.
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treanurer- JJ. K. Purlijr.
Clerk --J. I). I'hillU.
Counselor-Wm. H. (i)irt.
Marshal ('. I). A'lcr.
Attorney- W. Mcliec.
Police tfgltrlo-J.J. Bird.
BUAKI) UK Al.llKIIMKN.
First Ward -Geo. Yoi urn. Wm. O'Callahaa.
Second Ward - W nod ttilteuuousc, N. li. ThlMt'e-
Third Ward -W. I'. Wright, .lohn Wood.
Fourth Ward-Oharli O. Patler. I). .). toWy.
Elfin Waid-T. W. Ilulllday, Chu. I.aiua.ur.
Circuit Judge (. A. Ilurker.
!ln:iit Clerk- .1. A. Itevvea.
Viuuty J ui1n - K. S. ViX'iiui.
'ounly Clerk 8. J. IIiiiiiiii.
County Attorney - W. C. Mulker.
County Treasurer - A. J. Alrt n.
Coroner- R. Kilzvvm.i .
County Commissioners- W. lliilllilay, M. V
Rrown. Samuel llrlley.
rrrnTT irpKNTH YKA1?
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' Published Every MorniHg,
A PHICAN M. E.-Fourteenth street.
Vi al tin t and Cnlur streets; semi c Sahbutu 11
a. Hi. ami ":) p. in. ; Sunday School 1 :.W p. tu.
CMIR1STIAN Eighieentti street; meeting Sab
J bath lO.Wp. m.; preaching: occasionally.
CUlUItCII OK TUB KEIlEKMER-tKplacnpal)
J Fourteenth alreet; Morning prayers (Sabbath)
10:30 a. iu.; evening: prayer. 7::) p.m.; Sabbalh
at iiool U a. iu. Rev. ht. J. Dillon-I.ee. Rector.
IMILST MISKIONAHY IIAPTIST CIHRC II
P 1'rt-aeliinK at IO::t a. tn., 3 p. m.. and T:W p. m.
Sabbath bool al 7::0 p. in. Uev. T. J. Shore,
J'TIIKKAN-ThirWnlh street; service Sab
J bath Ham. and 7:31) p. ui.; Sunday a.hool ta.
in. ltev. Uucrwhuer. uaaiur.
METHODIST -Cor. K!hth and Walnut atreet;
Preaching SaM.ath lu::w a. iu. and 7 p.m.;
prayer merlin;;, Wednesdar 7:) p. in.; Sunday
School, p. ai. liar. A. 1'. Morri-on, pa.tor.
1)RKSIIYTKl:lAN'Ktghlh street: preaching on
Sabbalh at 11:00 a. m. ami 7:3p. m.: prayer
uim-llni! Vi eduead.iv al 7:.'tOp. m ; Sunday School
Slip iu. Kev. U. V. George, pastor.
OECOM) FREEWILL BAPTIST Klfteet tb
a atrwt. between Walnut and Cedar street"; wr
vice Sabbath at 3 and 1:.V p. ui.
ST. JOSEPH'H-fRomaii Catholic) Corner Cron
aud Walnut atreeL: service Sabbath 10:tfia.
tn.; Sunday ncbuol at i p. iu.; Vvapi-ra 3 p. m.; Er
itrea ry day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATIUCK'S-JKomto Catholir) Cornrr Ninth
Hrtrl and Waihinsum aveuuf; fvi(f Sib
batb 8 aud lu a. m.; Vcpfr! p. m.; Satniav School
i p. tu.; wrvlie. evry day at a p. iu. lit-v. i Zabel,
Arrival and Ikparture of Trains.
II.I.ISOH C ENTKAI. HAIMiOAD.
Fxprw 1 P ' P
4: a tn. 11 .V.p.in.
Kn-ieht H:10ani 4:il)a.m.
'Mfht :p-m. 5:00p.m.
C'AIUO AM) VINt'K.NMi.H KAIl.hOAl).
(,11 lOtdipm. 4 4."am.
Bl'. LuUSi l. M AND SOrTHEltS KA1LIA1.
Kiurw r.ijiiani. S:ajp.m.
CAIKO AM) ST. LOI IS HAll.hOAD.
Through rUpreaa 5:t5p.tn. 10'fluam-
Wuruby.lwro A'-roinmodalioB.I'Jij.'jp.iu. l!:15p.ni.
Kxicpt nunday. tKxcept Monday.
:su a. tn ; cloea
KXRUA1- m.l.lVKU'i orn .
1 n in : Sunday : to 9 a. m
Money Urdr l parim:iit open al a. m
Throuch Kspr". Mail via IlIlnoS Onlral and
XiMi.kiiJtii feulrnl ltllroad cloae at lti.St p. ra.
C'alru and I'opiar lliuH Throutfh aud Way Mall
.lAB..a .1 W fl ii m
u. u .ii t ll'inola Central. Cairo and Vln-
reuse and Ki".ippl Central llallroada clow al
Way Mai! for Narrow (langc Railroad cloaea at 8
" ''iifoand Kvanvill Itiver Kouto cloaea at fi:30
j.. m. dab) (fiii'pt Kriday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It
THE DAILY ItLI.LKTI.N.
TIlC Cairo filllletln entepa linnn lt
1IJI tenth year with a romplrte WW
outfit and a determination to make.
It in all renpecta worthy thu support
ui' Ita patron.
It will nnbrare Id Ita coiutuna dully
of aurh diameter aa e truat cball
prove the equal of the cheapol and
bet ol onr i-oiilfUiporurie.
will, a It ban alwuya done, advocate
the principlea of thu Democratic par
ty, holding that they em bud y the nly
priueipleit npou which a repnbiicuu
LMnerumeiii can Do aamiumterea.
T. i While avowiutflblapnrpnre, ll ia nwt
I f I I r T I intended to convey the idea that the
i.l.J.l.Li.i., j,Uper uphold the party ri;;ht or
itronK. inal aiiltn ll beneven to De
vninir it will denuuiirr. feftrlealv.
YYY YYY'alwava "hewlue to the line, and let
vv ting the chlpa fall where they may.
,. Hut a a fe, round and aeunible
1 iDenio. ratic uaner. we can. we feel
YY laure hnueatlv commend it to the
V VV patronage of Deiajcrata
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The Daily Bulletin
la aerven tn citv anbarrlbra hT car
riera at TW KNTY-Fl VK CKNT b per
week, payahie weekly.
Hy mall tin advance): one year,
hi montna. t-; tnree tnontiia,
JJ.iO; oue mouth. $1. 1'oe tae free
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE feSfe STATES.
tlATia i LXAVE I.KAYKR
Foot Fourth at Mlaaonrl Laud'g. Kentucky Lfg.
8 a.m. 8:30 a.m. n. tn.
10 a. m. 10::K) a. m. 11 a.m.
p.m. 8:30 P-tu. 3 p.m.
4 p.m. 4: p.m. B p.m.
yjEV MEAT MARKET.
Suuof Uie Buffalo Head.
K0EHLER 15R0S., Proprietors,
JOE A JELL. Agent.
A full and complete aupplv of the beat of all
kind) meat alwaya on hand. Ordere filled at any
hour, day or night.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, "WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
WHOLESALE WINES AXD LIQUOR
Advertising ItAtM :
Flrat Inavrtiou, pt r square 110"
Subequent iuaertioni W
hur oue week, per aquare s.iu
For two week, per aquare 4 W
Kor three week, per aqnarc 6 0U
;ror one moiun, per equare .w
L j Each additional aquare 4.U0
F. M. Stockfleth.
Dit. II. It. Stkvknh:-
DearSlr, 1 mti't wtatt that yon. Wgctiw !e
aervea to be callod a valunblii bluod purifier, retio
vator and tnviyorutor of th wlmln cvKtetn. My
wire autleredfor n Iencth of time with Scrofula Sore
on the leg. Sho took aevenil bottle of eyetine,
Tim remiltH were aurpnatng; It cured tier, wlillc- all
the former remedlea failed to tflvo aatbifartlnn.
Itnapertftilly, T. F. THICK.
1 know the above to be trite.
Dru'Klat and Apolhecurr. 1' Momuotilhat.
VcoitrtSK .-For eradicating all Impuritiea of the
blood Irom tin aytem, It hna no equal. It li:n nev
er failed to effect a cure. ((Ivlni; tone andatn-ntb to
the pytem ilebllituted by diwaae.
I'urilios the lilood.
Bohton, Ma.,Oct. U, 1BT7.
Mn. II. II. Stevbsh:
Dear Sir. 1 have becauMne Vep-tlne for aotnn
time with thu ercateat catlafartlon. andean hltrlilv
rerommend It aa a great clcatmer aud tieritterof the
i.i ii i , ii. .mi
uiuuu. tf.j.. iiA.iiironu,
I'antorof EKleeton-nquare H. E. Church.
NEttvofaMk'n, and all deranRementa of the nerv
oa nvNtem. arc unually connected with a dlnearod
couuition or file Wood. Detiility la a trequeni ac
companiment. The flrat thing to be done 1 to Im
prove the condition of the bloou. lma la accom
(illhea by tukliin Vcgetlne. It la a nerve medi
cine, aud poimeHHea a controlling power over the
Will Cure Rheumatism.
Cincinnati. April 9. 1H77.
Mb. II. K. Stktxss:
Dear Sir. I have noed your medicine, the Vege
tlne, for Kheuniatiam with great xucceea, and be
lieve ll to be the beat medicine for that complaint
thut there In. I aluo know It la a good blood puri.
fier, and at the preaent time am untie it aa the beet
apring medicine that I know of. I tuke great pleas
ure lu recommending the Vejretine to mv frienda.
n. Mi su.
THncaANDa will bear temlmony (and do it volun
tarllv). that Vegetine la the beat medical compound
yet placed before the public for renovating and pu
rifying the blood, eradicating all bumora, impuri
ties, or poiaououa aecretiona from the ayatem de
bilitated bv dinaJte: in fact, it la. a" many have
culled It. "The Great Health Restorer."
Atiiti.itr, III., Jan. li, 1ST78.
H. R. Stkvens: . .
Dear Sir, I have been nlne Vegetine for DycpeD-
ia. and Curt more relief from It than all the other
medlclnea 1 ever used. There la nothing like It for
Dyapepata. .MRS. M. E. FOWLKS.
I am poraonally acquainted with Mra. Fowlka
aud cau certify that tbo above atatemetit I true.
W. C. FACE. M.D..
Drngelxt. A.hlev, 111.
TltofBANiia SpkaK. Vegetine ia acknowledged
and recommended by phvulchtna and apothecariea
to be the beat purifier and cleanaer of blood yet dis
covered, aud thouaand apeak in Ua praise who
have been restored to health.
II. 11. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold hy all Drnsrgrists,
MARKETS BY TELEdRAFH
Livtrtpotu, March, 2, 2:00 i M.-Wlu.-ut
lull Winter, fts thl!s 2tl ; Spring 6s 1 M
Rs Id; Califuriiiu average, 8s Mi&Q .'W;
California club, 9i 2(l9s 7d. Corn-
new, 4 s 7J.
NEW YOKK tlUAIN.
Ntw York, March 3, 12:04 p. m.-
Whtat firm. No. 2 Chicago, $1 071 08;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 07,1 08; Red
Winter, 1 021 14J4;No.2 Red Winter
1 144' ; No. 2 Amber, $1 HI. Com quiet.
Steamer, 45; No. 3,4 4 ; No. 2, 40.
CniCfcOO GRAIN AND PUODlX'lt.
CuiCAttO, March 3, 10 a. m. Pork March
iflO lOVpril, $10 I7; May, $10 0
Corn March, 33 'J; Mav and June 37'j' .
Wlieat March, 04 J4'; April
Chicaoo, March 3, 12:00 m. Pork -
March, $10 05; April, $10 IS; May, 10 27
10 30. Corn-May, 87H. Wheat-
March, 94; April, 95.
TKAINH LF.A.VK CAIKO
ll:4Sp.m. Tr... Uallv
. A-) a m except Sunday
5:00 p.m.... except Sunday
AHKIVK AT CAIKO
4:00 i i Dally
.... 'J:tlp.tu except Sunday
...... 8:10a.m... .except Monday
8:30 p. m except Sunday
JAMES JOHNSON. General Ageut.
CJAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
n n n i i '
IT. HMITIIKUS, liiKKivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leave Cairo .10:W a.m.
Through ExpresJ arrives at K. St. Louis.. :4 p.m.
Through Kxpn-M. leave K. St. l.ouia.... 8:.W a.m.
Throngh Kxpross arrives rt Cairo. ...... . . B. ; p.m.
Vurtihvsboroaccommodultonleavesl alro J l.p.m.
Vif ih'vslioro Ace. arrives at Mtiribysboru 8:.w p.m.
Murphyboio Acc. leave Murnhvsboro. .. a:. p m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives ut Cuiro la !"
The Cairo A Ht. Louis Rail Koad I the only all
Rail RutiUt between ;nlro and St. Louis tinder ono
management, therefore there are no di'lav ut
wiiy atatloti. r-waitlug connection from other line,
l loae and ute roiinectloi.s nt ht. Louis with other
line fur Not Hi. East aud West.
J A NAUtil.i:. L. M. JOHNSON.
Ay ut- Ueueral MunaT.
T T T T T T f
consiilnle a square.
.. J. -..I. ,1. ulll kn
n.nnl flPUIBJCU .U'CI .in un III. "HI uu
r.r.hhhhr. charged according to the space, at
E E above rates there being twelve Hues
,,vr,i lot solid tvpc to the tncb.
r,r-Lti j To regular advertisers we offer au
R E perlor inducements, both as to ralea
VtTrrVP of charge aud manner of displaying
riLttti-r, Ualr fuvor.
Notice lu local column Inserted
'for twenty cents per line first luaer-
TTTTTTT tiort: ten cent per line for each eub-
TT T sequent insertion.
file. ISI UUUiC. minMU i.i.
cents per line for first Insertion ; flv
cents for each subsequent Insertion.
.Notices or flvatti ana marriages.
tweutv cent Per line.
All letter ami ana cammomcauona
should be addrcatcd to
N N N
The Cairo Bulletin
E. A. Rl'RNETT.Oener'l Manager
NEW (ifN SHOP.
SHORTEST Iton'E TO
I. K. INCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cor. Sixth St. autl Coiunierclal Ave..
CAlliO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Stockflktii & Bross,
Successor to F. M. Stockflcth,
Importers nnd "NVholsale. dealprsin.
Foreign and Poiuestie
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Island. Catawba. California and 1m
ported Port, Sherry, Medara Wine aud Chant'
NO. 02 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
SMYTH A: CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. PMYTII & CO. hnve cc "tantly a large
?1 slock of the best goods in the r
esperial attentiou to the wholesal
ki't and give
uuca el the
MUTUAL AID SOriETY.
riDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
NSL'RANCE AGENCY' OP
AVells & Keiitil
flnnnili1 (Of Liverpool)
lieeilS , capital ..lO,ono,000.
Royal Canadian cSri2.StSld.
Brit ish America
filli-i11rtl''f Marine (Mlllville, U.J.)
JllinillL' Assets. l. 4 wJ.6-.tH.
V OlHUltlCIiU t Aasets $M5,;):W.8n.
TTviiaii I (Of Philadelphia; established lu ISH.)
U IUUU Assets. tcB.liii.ilO.
Vil'Miinii'sL . (Of Dayton. O.V
A. v lis,... i
r.M'mnil i (Of Freeport. III.).
UtlllUlIl t Aset $ I.V),h::.33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OlTAc-o In A.loxnncU'1' ('otinty Ttiitik.
17 MM VOT1IK SlIOltTKST TO LOHS
47 MUiho Vli.Li:. CINCINNATI, HAL
TIMORU AND WASUUNliTON.
OJ Hill 1M1 THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
ill MILES A.i)LIS.PlllLAl)EI.PUIA,NEV
YOUR AND HOsTOh
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over ttalu of All other route making tho inmo
j 'aMiujor by tether route lo wuko connec
tion must ndn nil night, waiting from one to sis
ttoti I tit smitll cuitutiy stntlon for trulna of cou
1 V M 1 M 1 X I.M TII R TACT and ako onr 4 M
Ji I'jl'L VtM l Lit n, ,. tvnin, renclilnir Kvun
vllle, liiilliinttlioll, Clnclnnittl mid Lotilsvlllu siuuu
rinv, TniltiH leave nml arrive itt Cuiro na follow:
Mull leave 4:45 a.m.
Mrtl unlve ..10:00p.m.
Througli ticket uiul tlieika to nil Important
if,1A,Attt.i.P.it I TtOSWEI.f. MILLER.
Uen'l Pas. AeettL tleneml Sup'U
l. lj.cm'Rcii, iv
Cutis, Pistols. Sufes ami Lork Repaired.
Keys Made to onler.
CHOKE BOR1NUON PREACH LOADING GUN'S
All work gnnranteed aatlsfurtory, at cheaper rntea
tluLiiean be obtained at any other place In the city,
Mutual Aid S'ociety,
WATCHES. JEWELRY, KTC.
10, EIGHTH STREET,
lletweon Cninmervliil nod
Wiishlugtou uvea., (
FISE WAVCUWORK A SPECIALTY.
t"- E arriving ami M kinds r re,,HrIn, n(,Hl,y
'''Ll.'-'- ;uJl Sv,ltd Juwulr-v biado to order.
From T. A. (Jsburn. Art. Secretary of Branch Office
Uolivkh, Tknn., JnimnrjtSth, 1S7J.
Tlmnina Lewi, Secretary W. & O. M. A. S. Cairo.
Deur Sir nnd llrother:
Sister Acton hu Just hnnded mo a cortinrato
and desire mo to fonvurd It to jolt; and reqw!
lite to say to yon and through you to the Society,
that sho return her slncore thank to you and tlit"
Society, and to say thai she hu received niore on
brother Acton' death, (or rallter on hi poll'')'.)
tlutu ho had expcctwl! ami Hint shu will iloall tliaat
she can to Incroiisc It membership. All thai
expressed themaelvea think well of your tabular
rtaleineut. Your Truly, T A OSIIL'ltS.
Uolivkh. Trnn ,, Jauttury Sth,
Till I" to certify that my liushaud, Rev. Jnme
Acton. w a a member of tho Widow' aud Ori" '
Mutuitl Aid Society, of Cuiro, tllluul, aud that l"'
imoinit duo on such membership Certlflcatf '
bean fully paid. arcorilltiK tn Hit' term of Ihoi1"1"
tlllcutes, and the money expressed to ttm nm
ono eeut of cost, for which I re I urn my l"'j''r"
Ihuuk. A. M. ACT""
5 " S
GENERAL JIERCI1 MHsE,
C. I I A'NiNY
Dry tiootU and Clothing,
I BOOTS AND S1IURS.
CARPETS AND OIL CL0TUS,
Corner Kltihilj atruul
Washington, D. C, March 2. At 11 :30
p. in. the senate reported to the house that
the conference committee hail failed to
agree on the amendments to the post office
appropriation bill, and they are quite as
wide apart on the army bill and the legis
lative bill it ia difficult to see how an extra
session can lie avoided. Representative
Foster charged the Democrats with the re
sponsibility ot the extra session, which he
says is now inevitable.
There are six bills upon which there is
a disagreement with little hope of the con
ference committee being able to adjus their
The senate has just passed the river ant
iiarmir uui which appropriates in the ag'
gregate nearly $9,000,000. the amount be
ing increased nearly $3,000,000 by senate
In consideration of the Mexican pension
bill in the senate to-night, Mr. Hoar offered
and amendment to exclude Jeff. Davis from
the provisions of the bill, and made a bit
ter speech against Davis, in which he ac
cused him tf being the head of treason in
Sinator Thurmnn replied and arranged
the Republican party for always bringing
Davis into notice.
Senator Lamar defended Davis aud char
acterized Senator Hoar's motion as a wan
Senator Edmund, who was in the chair,
called Senator Lamar to order, and sub
mitted the question to the senate whether
Senator Lamor's words were out of order.
The Senate decided that he should pro
ceed in order.
Senator Lamar then proceeded to deny
that Davis was a claimant hero, and he inti
mated that Seuutor Hoar, in bringing him
here, acted the part of the vulture to tear
his vitals and not of the caglo to war with
Si-uator Blaine replied that the humanity
and the patriotism of the American peo
ple would never be willing to place Davis
on the roll of honor with the honored
names of soldiers who had always recogniz
ed the honor of the country.
Senator Lamar expressed the opinion
that Blaine and Hour did not represent the
sentiment of American people.
Pilteeii feet of snow in Schleswig.
Tlie German consul at Odessa ha-i com
Several persons wh:Te drowned iu the
Luke Geneva during the recent storm.
The trial of Natchitoches prisoners Is
proceeding slowly at New Orleans.
The yellow fever mining the shipping of
Hio Janeiro is raging with unabated fury,
Rowcll, the Eenglish pedestrian, says
tliii'tecu days on shipboard has inudu him
The sivth annual reunion of tho Yale al.
lumni was held at Washington Friday
J. Curry, rlmrged with forging n $ 1,003
note on the Balliville, (., bank has b'leii
It ununored that 1 her" will soon be
three or lour changes In the directory of
tho Union rueitle.
The Yuma stage wns ngained stopped
Inside the Galveston city limits and the
only passenger robbed.
Tho academy Ht Luke Forest, III., was
destroyed bv tiro Saturday. Los f. 15,000
, llassett, who with Mrs. Alexander, was
charged with the murder of "Stuttering
Jack," nt Hridgepurt, Conn., has received
a life sentence.
, llobcrt Mnrtain, an ex-member of the
Stock txchangv, 'who ten years ago was a
millionaire, has been nentenced for the
theft of a coat and shirt to live tittyi la the.
city prison of Ne York. , , ,
John Tuckilngcr wu -a,titV b TJoion J
Hall. N..L, mid charged with helping' tol
rob his friend, John Walther. The latter I
then confessed that he had bound, gagged
unu ruuijuK nimseii.
Stephen G. Gould, lircVu'ent of the Amer-1
lean Insurance company, of Newark, N.J. j
while in Allen's restaurant at noon Satur-1
day, was robbed of if l,2,)l) in a check and
$'!". in money by slick thieves.
A VLSAGK RlVAl.LINO IN YKLLOWNKIW
that of a "heathen Chine," if belonging
to one of our race, can scarcely be described
as attractive. But worse than this, it U tho
index of a disordered liver, of a liver that
needs arousing and regulating. Tho reme- j
dy is at hand, prompt, efficacious. A course
of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters will expel
tho misdirected bilu from the blood and
divert it into the proper channel, open the
bowels, remove tho dyspeptic symptom
which invariably accompany billiousne
and counteracts the- rapidly, developing
tendency to dangerous congestion -6f tho
liver, which must always exist when tho
skin and whites of the eyes assume thin
yellow hue. The pains through the right
lower ribs, side and shoulder blade.
the nausea. furred state of tha
tongue, and unpleasant breath which
indicate liver complaint, in short all it
disagreeable con-commltants are soon reme
died by this sovereign corrective, which ia
addition to ita resjulatinsr properties is at
superb iuvigorant, and a pure and agrees.-
bls medicinal stimulant, appetizer and ner
Among the popular gentlemen named as
candidates in connection with tho circuit'
Judgeship, none seem to have taken better
with the press f the circuit than Judgo D..
M. Browning, of Franklin. Iudeed tho
tributes paid to that geutlmon by our
tirethern ot the quill are highly nattertng.
No leos than ten papers are outspoken in
his favor, and probably others, which ws
have overlooked. For oursclf , our poraou
al acquaintance with Judge Browning La
limited; but yet we know enough of hint
to pronounce him a high-toned gentleman.
As a lawyer, he stands in the front rank of
his profession. As Judge of the county
court of Franklin county, we havo heard,
nothing spoken of him but words of praiae;
Carboudale Free Press.
Judge D. M. Browning, of Franklin
county, is a candidate for circuit judgo in
this district, and is a very popular gentle
man. We seo that he has been over tho
district und has met with a most favorable
reception. He. has been county judgo of
t ranklin county for several terms and is I
attorney of good ability. Joneaboro
Judgo D. M. Browning.of Benton, Frank
lin county, is a candidate lor circuit judgt
ami evidently will prove a very worthy in
cumbent f the office if elected. Ho left
an impression favorable to himself upon the
minds of all he met with here. Cairo
Judge I) M. Browning, f Benton, and ft
candidate tor circuit judge, is a pleasant,
genial gentleman, a lawyer of acknowl
edged ability, and will make a formidable
opponent in the coming contest. Golcon
Judge I). M. Browning, of Benton i I
prominent candidate for circuit Judirc, and
eminently fitted for thnt dignified and re
sponsible position. Judge Browning, after
graduating Irom a law school, formed
partnership with Judge A. D. Duff, but for
the past ten years he has held tho posihoa
of Jndge of Franklin county. When the
canvass opens up wo hope that Judgo
Browning will make a lengthy stay in our
county, satisfied that an acquaintance witk
the citizens of Pope county will Insuro him
our hearty support at the polls in June
Pope county Democrat.
Promises kept inspire confidence: and
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup never promised re
lief in tho diseses of chidhood without at
oeccetTi'Ctirg it. Hence tho popular re
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take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and uo mother can elTord to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a liotile
and if what we say is not true wo will ro
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