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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 8, 1879.
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OFFICIAL PAPKR OK ALEXVNDLR COUNTY.
M. II. Iliirrtul.Ktlitnr.
pOR SVVRr.MK JfUtiK-'IHsT UlhTUICT.
1 hereby aunounre my. lf a cam'aiiatc beforo the
Seopie. ai the en-iiltii; .lime paction, in the KirMt
udicial Ulatrict, for the ottreof -lurtiru of the Su
preme court. JtllN U. MULKKY.
Marvh S4tb 1V9.
l?01l JCD0K OK TIIR tUti'UIT COL'RT
.t1 I'lKST ClHO'lT.
We are authorized to aiinouue that Hon. Jambi
M. WiHicm hs. of WilliKiim id imntv. ia a candi
date for the officii of Circuit Jidqe, for the Kirat
rirrnit, mhjeot to thu decieloo of the Democratic
.'sdicial convention to be held h Cairo on the Cth
uay of ilay, ltiil.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THK FIRST
Actio.' nnder a resolutnn adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1879, by the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of tlrj first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, ' do here
by call a delegate Convention of he Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth dajof May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. ni., for the purpose
of nominating three candidates fir the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to be voted fr at the
mailing June election.
Under the bases of renrcsmtation
adopted by tho Committee of one delegate
for each two hundred votes and enc dele
gate for each fraction of two bundled votes
over one hundred, rust for the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention, to the following number of
It is suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Centml CoijmiUtee of each
county call a conv;;ntio for the purpose
cf selecting delegat1.' on Saturday the 3d
.lay ot May, 187U. K. W. Haur,
Chairman Jmiiiial Committee.
Retublicas papers have rai-ed the howl
(bat the Democratic majority In Congress
intends to "jjtun-o tlic niaiy" to stop the
wheels of government. The Democratic
majority in congress pi opines to do nothing
of the kind. It is the mention of that
majority to make ample provision for the
army and for all other departments ot the
government. It will imss the general
appropriation bill, and send it to the hands
f the President. If the president vetoes it
lccauc it embodies a siction that takes
the bayonets away frutn ur voting places,
upon his shoulders, and upon the party that
urges him to such a count1, will rest the
Why is it that two or three Democratic
journals of this Judicial District, insist
upon holding a convention for the nomina
tion of a Democratic candidate for tho Su
Drcuv! Judgeship? There is but one candi
date iu the field; lie is a Democrat., though
mot a violent partisan; hu has been very gen
erally endorsed as a superior man is gen
erally acceptable; and nowhere has there
keen an outcropping ot opposition to him
If there were several Dem cratic aspirants
in the field ; if there were danger of such
p it up of tho Democr iiio vote at to create
'Vm the possibility of the election of a Re
publlcun, the oeiMkiini for a Democratic
convention, would l conceded and a
ctmveution . wou'.d 1 ln-ld. But
in the absence 0f hll n'm-while Judgs
Mitlkey, the fittest mm) fur the place. In
the district, Mtmd slum, and unopened
In tlir) field, the sugg"Htio of a convention
cx&tc's Surprise is fitetiouj, wholly uncalled
for. As a rule, both Democrats and Re.
publicans are opposed to pulitical-judiclal
contests, and only retort to purty conven
tions when one or the other party seeks
' tmdue advuu'.iig 's. I a this case everything
U conceded to the dominant party; tlio
choice of tho majority (iu so far as an ex
pression of sentiment lias been given) is be
fore the :oplc in the person of Judgo
Mulkey, ami a convention is so palpably
unnecessary that the mere suggestion of
such a tiling is warmly, not to sity fiercely
Is thk Sen.Re, tho other tiny, Mr. An
thony intending to bo very sarcastic, said:
"And now if the chairmen of tho Demo
cratic committees or sub-committees have
no desire to indulge in speeches, or CHn
think of no way in which they can consume
tin.' time of the Senate, I move we go into
executive session. The names of some of
iny friends aro on fie list of appointments,
and I would like tfl have their appointment
confirmed." The speech was rude and un
called for; but was properly rebuked. Sen
tor Kernan very good naturedly replied:
"The Democrats will always be found ready
to confirm good appointments, when the
motion to go into oxecutive session is not
made in a manner that is violative of good
manners. I move wc adjourn," and much
to Mr. Anthouy'a displeasure, the motion
Thk city of New Orleans proposes to test
the efficacy of cleanliness as a preventive
of yellow-fever. The authorities have or
ganized a sanitary army that has already
moved upon the foul sewers and filthy
streets of the city with telling effect. Be
fore the first day of June the entire city
will be put in a better sanitary condition
than ever before. And now if Vicksburg,
Memphis, Grenada, and other cities that
suffered so severely, will follow the exam
ple of New Orleans, thereneed be but little
apprehension of the spread of the terrible
scourge next summer. Memphis is at work
making her foul places clean; but the work
is not characterized with sufficient vigor.
It is tho testimony of persons who have re
cently visited that city, that the streets, gut
ters and by-ways of the city are fearfully
unclean, and cannot, with the force at work,
be put in good order before the advent of
hot weather. If this be true, and Mem
phis is again afflicted,' her people will de
serve to be left .to deal with her own hor
rors. They have had a most terrible warn
ing, and if they decline to heed it, and the
scourge comes again as a penalty of their
neglect, they should not be permitted to
distribute that penalty among more provi
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(From our Itjjutar Correspondent.)
Washington, April, 3rd lg79.
It is impossible for the news market to
remain depressed so lon as Congress is at
the Capitol; such a writhing and wrig
gling mass of politicians or statesmen if
you will, cannot avoid saying or doing
something that is of interest to the great
country they represent. What they say
and how they votu must always be a matter
of great moment to the American citizen,
who.m government is a part or himself
.something that he lias inherited and
something that he will transmit. It is dif
tie.ult lor us to see the history that is made
under our own eyes, fur the vision of the
most judicious of us is defective from
motes, and bearing and cataracts of prcdju-
die. The reporter of both houses of Con
grcss and the very printers whom we pay
to tell us what our representatives say, are
compelled to falsify the record, and the
speeches that read so well when reported
were far from faultless when delivered,
The animus of speeches, the manner in
which arguments are opposed, or invectives
and retorts hurled and returned, is a still
less tangible subject, but it is not without
its significance and bearing on events. The
questions that inadean extra session neces
sary are peculiarly calculated to elicit the
intellectual and forensic as well as the nu
merical strength of the two nearly equal
great parties, and before theno questions
aro decided, the conutry will know some
thing about the ability of now ami hh
yet untrieu caW congrena. Bo fr the lie
publicans havtj not in the house, developed
any now men of ability Hnd have relied on
their former leaders, Garfield and Fryij
The loss of Hale and PoHtur is severely felt,
for two men no matter how able, are not
strong enough to endure the brunt of Dem
ocratic attack. The Democrats, although
their majority is too small to be relied upon
witli much confidence, are to all appearan
ces better organized and led than in thn
preceding congress. They have in Hurd of
Ohio, and Carlisle, of Kentucky, a power
ful accession of forensic strength, while
such parliamnntariiins as they naj in the
former congress ruinain in this. Mr. Con
ger, of Michigan, is alway., ulert. nud ap
pears in the reports, perhaps, nmr fr'qn
ly than any other Republican, out in- hel-
dom appears with sir
en-th and ,,,r ultl,
dignity, ho acts
tan, to tho
role is what that ot 8. S. Cox was formerly
on the other side, but, liko Mr. Cox lie i
but little feared. It U quite probable that
the Republicans have undeveloped strength,
men in their ranks who are quietly looking
on, biding their time, but 'tho Philistines
are upon them, uml it cannot be denied
that they have in their ranks of the oppo
niton, such fot'iiien as have not been found
on tha side uf the house for years. In
noting the words and the manner of the
speeches on Tuesday it was apparent that
those on the Republican side were a little
bombastic uml sensational, while those on
the other side were terse, and argumenta
tive. Those of Mr. Muldrow, of Missis
sippi, Senator Lamar's succesBor, and Mr.
Hurd were particularly able. Gen. Chal
mers, of Mississippi, made a very eloquent
speech aud it was impossible not to admire
it as un oratorical effort, but it would have
answered bi tter lor a firy campaign oration
than for the deliberate argument of a states
man in a legislative body. While the
childish personalities between Mr. Conger
and Mr. Chalmers will tnako the "ground
lings laugh, they cannot but make the ju
dicious grieve." When a representative of
Mississippi says that a representative of
Michigan reminds him of a court fool with
a black swallow tail substitute for cap and
bells, and when the representative from
Michigan replies that the Mis
sissippian reminds him of a mon
key chattering and grinning on a hand or
gan, the country is reminded of the very
1(0SQ manucrs 0f a boys debating society,
or of a fish market. But both the criticisn
and retort were received with rounds of ap
plause, not only from the galleries, but
troin the floor of the house.
Speaker Randall has aliiost completed
his arrangement of coniniitecs and will
announce them to the hoifc on Monday,
7th inst., if congress shall be in session
on that day. It haa been the policy of
the majority to adjourn over Monday in
order to prevent the Greenbackers trom in
troducing financial bills, Monday being the
only day, according to the rules, on which
such measures can be introduced. The
Greenbackers do not of course, approve of
tlus sharp practice, ud. it is said, they
have threatened to go over en masse to the
Republicans if they are to be snubbed in
this way by the majority. The Democratic
majority is such a fmall and uncertain
quantity that they can ill afford to make
enemies of neutrals. Three or four Demo
crats are sick, and Mr. Stephens, of Geor
gia, although he keeps his wheels better
than in the previous congress, cannot, on
account of his feeble health, always be re
lied upon to vote.
Ik you select good and healthy food for
your family, you should also look to the
welfare of your Ruby. For all troubles of
early childhood nothing if better than Dr.
Dulls Baby Syrup. 2.) cents a bottle.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Jume M. Bryant and ill othern concci ned:
You are hereby noiilleii that at a rale of Ih ntU fur
the delinquent mate, county and diatrii.t achool luxe
of the year ItfiOund co h, litld at the court honm;
door In Cairo, Alexand-r county, Illinois, on the
ma nay ni juiy. a. d. ,h,7. 1 purcnanca tin- xuutli-ea-t
ouarler (hc i4Mif Htutheant quarter (i-e'.ii mc
tioii live (5). towufhlp fmrtcen ill), couth rmiirc one
(1 1 west; uid trart belli! iweaaed intbo naruu of
Von, the raid Junien M. Bryant, and rltuuted iu paid
county and atate, and rial the time iclvcu by Inw
fur the redemption of Kiid luad will expire on the
lSibdayof July, 1HTU. JAMES CRUSE
Cairo, Illinois, April 2d. tT).
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Newell Handell's hcirn anAi.ll olhTH concerned ;
You are hereby notified tba st a nale of lutidn for
the delinquent t-'tnle, county dutrict echool and oth
er linen of the year IlTOmiu tint, held at the court
houKO doorln the city of Cain, county of Alexan
der and etali! of llltnoii. on tie 21M day of July, A.
L. 1Si7, I purrhaavd the eaut njtith wet of tho
north eatl quarter of cectioi ncven (7), tnumhip
fourUien (14i, Houtb runire thr'e (Si wet; Hfibl tract
beini! anfecced In thn Iikiiic ol yu the niiil Newell
Runadll a helm, and ritunted'ii enid county and
Slate, aud that the time tiven by low for the re
demption of atild land will expire jn the in iiuy ol
W. C V. KAND.'LL, Purchaser,
Cairo, 111., Apiil 2d, 1H78.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
ToThomaa Little and all othen concerned:
Vou are hereby notllled that at a Mle of landx for
tho deliuqucnt ntale, county and iiatrlct achool and
other laxcH, of the year ISTii and iohIk. held at the
court doubu ooor in Cairo, Alexaiuer countv. Illi
noia, on the thlrty firft (Ihy of Jilv, 1877, Tlmothv
Mauley purchaaed the north earn qr. of the north
eaut qr of section twenty three (23), inwnrhip lit
teen (lTi). raniio two (1!) wcM; aad tract hems
eHed in the name of yon the nrid Thomar. Little,
and eiltiat' d in aaid connty aud Uate, and that the
time Klvcrj by law lor thu redemption of aald land
will expire on tho twenty-tint Oiy of July, 1H7B.
TIMOTHY MANLK1T, I'urchaeer.
Cairo, April 2d, 1879.
OTICK OF PINAL 8KTTL2MKNT.
XaTATC or WILIJAM bkackrh, dickaip.
Htateof Illlnol. Alexander county, (.
To the helra and creditora of raid iintnte:
You aro hereby notified that on Tinndav th 2ind
dar of April. 1H79, the adinlnlrtrairlx f raid latnte,
will prei.ent to the county court of Alexander
county, at Cairo, Illluolr, her flnal reuprt of
her acta and dotuR" ar such admlnliiiratrlx,
and ak the court to be dlacbarcd froti any
and all further dutlea and reHpnnellililvl C(tnect
od with raid eiiiate, aud ber admlnlrtmtion tkt-rcof,
at which time and place, yon may ho prencnj nd
roalalrich application If yon rhoofit1 ho to fin.
formerly Caroline Hracken. Admluiptralrlx.
By virtue ofa rpeclal execution to me directed by
the clerk of the Circuit Conrl of Alexander I'o'intv Iu
the hlate of IlllnoU, In favor of Woud KluenhoUHO
and Joseph. II. Klttciilion-c, narinert
rompnrlni; thn firm of Wood ttin!.h0HH0
ti, liro . and aizulurt Samuel y Thump
ton. John Hinnot aud Kdward P. (ii,n parl
nercomtiiilii!.'the rm of H. K. Tiii,u " v0
Irlmll onerforaale at public vi-mliit-m itie wcrterley
door of the Court lloitae, in the ciiv of Cairo,
County of Alexander mid Mute f mil0H on thB
TKNTII DAY Ol' APRIL, n, H7gi
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u urw, tlellKiun. I ollllr.al Kconomy, liooloiry anU mbur important ubji:cu.
IT NITH.IKS U.ano 1'AUKS OY MOST INStHUCTIVK KKaOINO.
Sold upon Torma w hich Place It Within tb Kcach or All.
ITS ACTHOIiH A (UIAltANTKK Ol- n'M KXCKhbKNCK.
"Tub 1'enri.K'N I.iiirtARr" romhiiiMi two great advantawii: ('omt)ri'hi'iilvi nr and CIii kiiih ki. It
Ainiinc Uh aulborit arc
.lohn W. Urappi r.
J. (I. Wniid,
tt. I,. Crnik,
loliu S. :. Abbot.
Thr ritibllhkiTa havi'i-mlravori'd to brlni; thi; I.ibrury within tho nirnnn of the piiopla a lart'i' Thcv
ai ciiriiluL'ly oiler It -it i lirlr.e which 1h fur bi'low thi-ai!"ri'irate trlro of tho vnln mm ni uhl. h 11 u ......
poncd. No othyr fclwtinn ol tiooka pri'ni'iita ho varied
uiv- uiuiiiTj, an 1 uv ......... ...... ... j , iii bj un ik 10, unvn:r, n iiiuni uu ui-jruuu lll ineatlH 01 tllaiiy In-
diviiluiiln who would ulndly avail tlicmrelvc of lla advaiiUara: and actordinrlv tlm
that In ciich lain'H the co operative plan of purrhaitu be
rlulm ranbe f)rmed. ao tiiat unrb aubarnber ran have, for a atnall Inveauiicnt, the free un and part
ownership of a library of one hundred volume of hihinictivo and eutertainniR readlux. Tho l'i'ople'
Library urovidcx inoKt admirably for tba dlffUHloti of uaelitl kuowledi;e. It mppliea a demand that
the iuulllneuio of the people ban created; It in a eoadjutftor of the public achonl; Ita ti ndeneieH aru
rlevntini;; in tone la pure. It carri the poimllillllU'H of mental culture and recreation to the uil re
motedlHtrictH. It ia a valuable aciiulaltlon to the Kamll;, Literary Socletien, aud Angulation. I'rlcu
jiui ihi per set
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t'I'liu I'i'iiplf'a Llbriry In pnhlUhed by Harper A
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Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Coinpiiniea of the United States, Hie ratio
of BKReta (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable iu largest, brin 121. Mt
The second largest ia 119.77, and the third largest 117.ri2.
tirThrso figures are from the official rep.Tt of Dm Now Vork Instiranre Depart
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and an lare an amount of n-adliiK matter, for
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wronsr, 'Ihhl which it blii.ye. 10 Ik
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Dyrpepria, Ncrvoua Debility and Iin.i;re llool,
if they will aend uh their r inptonii, and tu
ilrera and a'rei; to rend lie JV.OU if It eilecU
a cure to their cntiru ratirfiieiion, otlieiwixi;
thiiruwlll be 110 charic. We will do tblr. to con
vince the public or the superior vtUuo a a a
OF OUR PADS.
Ard that they will do all we ray. An tliia orT
will neecrrarily be limited Iu number, wo hop-,
therefore, au early apilleailon will he made. Ad
drciiB, ery Reatiertfully Youra,
DJt.U. W. POUBKH,
I7J h!in mroet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Phyrlrlan apeak In Terina of PraUc ui favor of tuc
ClMlNNATt, June V, IHTH
Ilains had nunc conrlileralile arqimlntanr.o will;
th" npi ri lion of tho Pad, I can nincleiiclimnlr
recotumi.'iid It ar au excellent remedy In all thu dls
i'&ru for which Dr. Korberoiinrel hr n.
D. .1. IIALLDWKLL,
!rOcor(!e Ntleet, 1. Iiiclimatl.
What Rev. .Ioerh Kmery, tho well kuown Citv
CiNnrntATt, Jnnnno, 1H7R,
Iliiviiic IihiI ti lone acquaintance with Dr. Kurbea
I .11, uli.Hnfl llllt UhltVIPhAhl..,M ..I. L '
. ..... r, ,.-... ...... . ... .uv.iiuiiiuiKiii nu OIX"
ro coriHcleucloualy, aud will prove nil they proniUo.
. nKV- JObKPlI KAIKRY.
Rxtract from a few or the Many Letters freuuentlr
n-cHved nt tho offlw-. '
One rayr!-"! feel that vnnr Paila hnve y,., mv
llf.!." Another anyr!-"Vour Pad bar Jttrt hacheit
myrii-i'. It baa entirely removed iny i-oatlvFneM
anil eonrcqiieiit Sick Jti-Hn b'." Another vrltiw
-Your Pad atli'Udi-d rtrletlv to biialneaa, and Iu
forly-clijht houra I felt 11 well mover." Another:
"Your Pad ha cured me of lllllloUHin-ra and a tor
pld Liver, nm better thiin I have been t-i twentr
yew HUil another ray;-I ave eudiirid til thd
borrow utowIiik nut of a torpid Liver and Dvrpepalti.
After tuTnB your pad all ihiMUla left me.'' One
morn:--! bavu 11 red your Parti wltu perfectly aatU
inciorf KiuKf, aud cheerfully rectnend Uicrn to