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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, IS79.
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M.H. llsirrell, Kditor.
- A tery perceptible taint of tl'e oM Sjmn
ish jjjlmid-tliirstincss still betrays itself in
' he blooJ qf native New Orleansrrs. Rat pits
pj ud cock pitM are still maintained, and draw
jilnue multitudes of applauding thousands
U Denied the "pleasure" of bull-bating, the
' 4rtiiin tiatia Dill mt i r'tttnil tliA ol u n rrli fn
ipfit rats, And the Moody coutests of game
4tihTi4Anc! Liilu thof t1irlr tr Itlinfinnta tinil
hi;Wnf(Ull rllD 1 1 vl V IIIIV V f - AAU-l41 v .O It U 4
death. It is a most depraved and brutal
lied taste that influences men and, too often,
PVHIVUf tU OWA DUVII I IV,
Barton, of the Carbondale Free Prefx, is
hgrgotistical. In criticising a poetical contri
hbntion to which lie gives place, he claims
rpttut he can write better poetry himself,
ivt Merely to show the absurdity, the brazen
I egotism of such a claim, we give place to a
portion of the picm :
fa -rheo told that thou couldM not lire Ions,
log , Tkat thy iplrit oon would flee,
J Tbco laldat "It doe! not teem 1 m (?o'tig to aoon,
1 am aa happy aa I can be.
We could not prolong thy life, dear Mary.
. Thy spirit waa rlld to go ;
Aim ere twenty minute had clapacd, ,
Tboa hadht paid the debt we owe.
sThe Marion Monitor insists that the Rc-
oo publican party of this Judicial circuit hold
a convention and nominate three Republican
y mndidates for the three positions to be filled
wn the circuit bench, n hue the Demo-
- t. i .............:.w.i.i..
j. ; bui, wuu iuiu u iiuijuraiiujiui'ii: uinjwiiij
(io the circuit, are not disposed to urge a
tvilitir.il context our llenubliean triendii
4(may rest assured tliat they will not shrink
.vfroin it. Such a contest could only have
a.onc result, viz: the election of three Demo-
I jjtrats and the consequent defeat of one' of
the Kepubhcun candidates now in the field,
wuu, 414 ai uuii-jiai iisau 4ch.u nuiiiu tviiii-
.maad the support of hundreds, nay thou-
sands of Democrats. Rut, we are entirely
passive, just now. We only refer to '.lie
'matter to admonish Republican clam-
co,rers for a convention, that thev are simnlv
I '"invokinir defeat.
kTnB editor of the Ht. Louis Globe-Dcmo-
i nlurat has had to do with a spunky little
pChicao female medium named Simpson.
bile ridiculed the idea that she could "m-
al iterialize" fresh flowers, under prescribed
a ((conditions, and bantered her to the test.
:icKJuite unexpectedly to Mac, the little wo-
immtin appeared in his sanctum the very next
day, and avowed her readiness to submit to
the conditions. There waa no honorable es-
cape, and Mac named his committee. The
committee met in the Planter's house, where
a lady disrobed the medium, wrapped her
in a. double .blanket, conducted her to u
. ebmct they had previously exuniincd.piuced
atrmy at her feet to receive the flowers, lot ked
. " 'Ute Ioor and awuited results. In a few inin
J nteH the sign to open tho door was given ;the
v; little woman was louna in n state of Bern
11 M. ... ... -
' consciousness, and on the tray were the fresh
fragrant flowers thot had been promised!
i . TCvcTjMjody confessed himself surprised, and
' ?lncard to the public, tho committee.
rutheaded by no less a p irsoiiao tlmn A. R.
oe iCanningham, Esq., declares that Ih-j pro-
V.4nction of the flowers, under tho clrcum-
j iNUnces, was a very clever piece of trickery.
F niix,avinir aside all sneculatlin as to how thn
:hIrifloirer were pnxluced, it v. ill icarcely bo
rlileied, that in this content with Mcful
.ei'ough, the first "knock-down" is fie 1 ittle
I erwoman's. .
Ft An kwuamok sayi that Ohio, Indiana.
pK'Ulioola aud Michigan can be triumphantly
pnied by a combination of Democrats and
f JftwoUckerij and these Stat with the
JjoBth, can elect t President and have
f f r.sNitj electoral TOtoa to pre,v why, in the
name of nil nil that is sensible in politics,
is not this combination brought about?
Well, the principaliacason is that it is a
political impossibility. The terms of tl:e
coalition require, firsV the degradation of
the Democratic party i and secondly, its ut
ter annihilation. The GreenbiiekiTH mod
estly agree to coalesce, provided they are
permitted to dictate the platform; provided
they are allowed to namo a candidate tor
the Presidency e-f Republican antecedents,
and provided further, that the coalition
shall be made and the battle fought tmder
the name of the National Greenback I.ubor
Reform nartv it beinu understood, of
course that, in the event of siicues, the
Democrats may partake of the official
loaves and fishes provided anything is left
after the Grccnbacker have fed to surfeiting.
On these terms the two part'es could unite,
and carry Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Mich
igan, provided, again, speculative Green
back leaders didn't sell out to Republicans;
or Democrats, disgusted and outraged by
the arrangement, didn't bolt the ticket, or
set up a third one. No Democrat who
possesses as much as two grains of political
integrity and manhood, will listen to
tho mere suggestion of such a degrading
coalition, without indignantly branding it
as an impeachment of his political honesty,
Rkslhption has been accomplished, but
the pathway that led up to it, is strewn
with wrecked fortunes, noiseless and motion
less factories, tho graves of bankrupt sui
cides; and is thronged with idle men, lcg-
ging or stealing the bread that sustains
their worthless, miserable lives. Through
contraction we reached resumption. Please
contemplate the work of contraction, and
then, it you can, thank God for the Repub
lican party: In 1871 $33,000,000 of cur
rency was retired. Number of failures
2.915. Losses $95,250,000. In 1872 $21,
000,000 was retired, resulting in 4,078 fail
ures, and losses to the amount of $121,
058,000. In 1873 $16,890,000 was with
drawn from circulation and destroyed.
Number of failures 5,161. Losses $228,-
400,000. In 1874 there was withdrawn, of
legal tenders and fractional currency, $10,'
4flO,2SC. Failures 5,830. Loj-m-s $151,'
689,000. In 1876, destruution of green
backs and withdrawal of bank currency,
$85,000,090; failures, 10,000; los, $300,-
000,000. . In 1877, greenbacks destroyed
and bank currency retired, $40,000,000; fail
ures, 15,000; loss, $500,000,000. Here then,
up to the close of the record, nearly 50,000
failures, involving losses to the amount of
$1,300,000,000, form the appalling work of
tho processes through which we have
reached resumption. Aud now that re
sumption is announced as an accomplished
fact, who feels or sees the wonderful change
for the better that was to be wrought, or
realizes that he is released from the dead
ening clutches of contraction? Not the
THE PENDING JUDICIAL ELECTION.
We have always deprecated the iutroduc-
tion of politics in judicial elections. While
it may be accepted as a fact that the man
who has no political identity who doesn't
know or care enough about the policies
that must control the government of his
country, to unite with either of the politi
cal parties of the day, is icarcely the kind
of a man to occupy an exalted position in
the judiciary department, it is also true that
tho man of over-mastering political hates
and prejudices, ought to be plac;d in the
same category. Rut these are prosy plati
tudes that have been aired a thousand
times. What we are driving ut is this:
The first circuit of the Southern Grand Di
vision, in which three Judges are to be
elected next June, is Democratic. This be
ing true, fair dealing suggests that two of
the three Judges to be elected should be
Democrats. So lar as we have heard an
expression of opinion on tho subject,
it has been in favor ot Raker, Republican,
and Crawford and Rrowning, Democrats
one from the southern portion of the cir
cuit, one from the central portion and the
third thes upper or northern. Politically
and geogiaphically this distribution would
be fair, and certainly uut generally objec
tionable otherwise. Rut it may occur that
aspirants for the position will become ho nu
merous as to promise to defeat such an ar-
ranginent. Indeed there are Strang In-
(Mentions that such will be the case. It one
half of the gentlemen named in connection
with a candidacy nctually enter the field
we shall have six or eight candidates to
deal with. This would greatly complicate
matters might defeat the election of tho fit
test and distribute theolllccs unfairly whether
considered from a political standpoint or
measured by territory or population. If
mieh a result Is rendered probable, It will
become tho duty of Democrats to hold a
convention. A Joint non-political conven
tion, would not moot the emergency, and
ita work would not bo respected, should
luch a convention bo held. Wo trust that
no occasion for party nominations may
wise; but as there exists a probability that
It will arhw; It U hotter that Dr inocrata be
ppriiod of the fact, that they may be Jn
readincw to act when called upon to do to,
The follow lns urc is proliiilily Hie most remark
nble ever efledeil bv any ineilieiil prep
aration for Hi"' treatment of
(ientli men, -1 h. n by certify that 1 huvo hacU'a
larrh fur ten vear. snu fur ihn liifi fix yearn havu
been a terrible uil'erer. I waa rendered partially
'leaf, hml iiarln.' in the head, pnliiH acrux tne
temple, ilb.v fpelli", weak anil painful ev, invol
len anil uleeiuud IiiiihIU. hard and cuiimanl riiuh,
evi ii p;!in:ii roM the cheat, mill every ilnliiatiell
of ronr.iiiilinn. My heail aclieil nil the time. The
mutter aoeuimiliiteil'iio laphlly III tnv head and
throat that 1 umiil lint keep lliwm free. Frequently
at iilu'hl 1 would utrliii on I of bed. it oeinud to me,
at the point of Milbu-alion. I would tlieu have ru
count' lo every nieaim in my power to tlUlodue the
mil-iia from ui'v throat Hid In ud heloro belnx able
to hleep niralni Kor a a period ol fix yearn my ton
alia w ere tileeraled anil o much inllumed I hat I could
H ith (lillleully avvallnw. I Anally cot milled un emi
nent hurt'con In re'iiril to mi opt ration upon lliem,
In-1 at lilcrequo-t poi-liouel it. The cnmiiant Infln
nialionand uleeiailou lu mv throat caunvd by the
polminouH matter dropping down from my head hail
co Irritated and Inflamed my luna that 1 c tithed
inceapautly, a deep hard t'oiiuh Meanwhile my
avateni began to phou the t flV'-l of tho (ln-eane, Ml
tliut I kiKt fit-all. L'retv pale, aud r bowed every aymp
torn of an earlv death by tonnimplion. Wueu mat
lera had reaihed till i-taw, or ahoiii alx month
aio, I began the u.e of S vsromi a Haimial Ci hk
ninCATAimil. Afier uliii! the tlri,t bottle 1 beiran
to improve rapldlv. The lrnt iliwe teemed to clear
my bead aa 1 had uot know u it to bo for years It
deemed trraduallrto urremhe discharges. It stop
ped my couh in three day. By iifliiu it aa a gar
Kle I conn reduced the iimaniallon and swelling vl
my tonslli", o that they huou reaced to tronble me.
The aoreneca acroii' iny ehet dicappeured, lhebti
liui; noicea in mv head ci-aed.niy seiiaea of aeein?
aud hnarine weie completely restored, and every
ymptom of dlveaiH that had reduced me to the
verire of the crave disappeared by the nae of San
roaii'a IUdk'ai. Ci iir kok t ataiiiui.
1 have been thus explicit h:eaustt, aa a drutru'lst. I
have seen a creat deal of niffi-rliiL' from Catarrh, and
hope toconvince many that thi is a greut remedy.
lam familiar with the treatment of Catarrh us
practised by the beet physicians, and havecunsiilted
the most eminent about my rase. I haTe used ev
ery kind of of remedy and apparatus that have ap
peared during a period of six years past, and have,
while following their use, taken great care ol my
general health, hut obtained no relief or eucoiiraje
nient from any of them.
BohTON. Feb, a, IsT.V GKO. Y. DINSMUUK.
Feb. a. 1T3.
Then personallr appeared the said (ieorge F. liins-
more, aud made oaih that the for-voius slateiucnt
by him subscribed l true. Ilufore me,
SKTH J. THOMAS, Justice of the Peace.
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CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED
Messrs. Wkfvk A Porrr.: Gentlemen. Having
for many months suffered with a very lame aide,
called by my physician Chouic Pleurisy, raused by
a former it jury and strain, and for which I used ma
ny prescriptions aud liniments, as well as lbs to
called rheumatic cures, witboct the least benefit, my
physician recommended one of your Coixrss' Vol
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them to the afflicted. Youra respectfnllr,
MRS. FRANCIS HAliKIMAN.
Orlasii. Me.. April 21, 1876.
There is no medicine or protective appliance that
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T'r !'. rVnt .
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ALEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Strt,
P. BUOSS, President.
P. NKKF, Vice-Preaidcnt.
H. WF.Ll.H. Cashier.
T. i. KkUTH, Asatstant Cashier.
F. Bross. Cairo;
Vi'llllam Kings, Cairo;
William Wolf, Cairo;
It. L Ililllngl'.-r. St. Louis;
J. V. Cletnson, Caledonia.
reier ;crr. Cairo:
C, M . Osterlob,
E. Ruder. Cairo:
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Saviugs Department. Collections made and all
business promptly attended u.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
Chartered March 111, lac.i.
OFVICL IN CITY NATIONAL RANK,
INTEREST paid on deposits March 1st and Sep
tember 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Im
mediately tit the principal of thu deposits, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
(V Children anil married women may deposit
money and no one else ran draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Thhahohkh.
rpiiE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
Cairn, 11 Illicit.
W. P. I1ALI.IDAY, Presli'nt. .
II. I.. 11AI.I.IIMY. Vice Presldnuv.
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Keeps eoiisiantlv on hand a lar'.-e arsurl.ni.i t ot
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