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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1679.
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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. Harrell, Kditor.
AN NOl'NCF.M V.NT8.
pOR SUPREME JCDiE FIIlT DISTRICT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate before the
people, at the ensuiug June elation, in the First
Judicial District, fur the ollice of Judge of the Su
preme coort. JUI1N li. Ml'LKEY.
Jlarcn -nth 1979.
ITCH JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT C'OURT
1 FIRST CIRCUIT.
We arc atUhori.-d to aunotinee that Hon. Jamks
11. WKHRi r.v. of V inmcon ror.mv. in a csniJI
late for the office of Circuit Judire. for the Firnt
cirenit. aubi'Tt to the di'CiHion of tbfl UtnlO'ltttn,
Judicial convention to be held In Cairo on the Wli
lajof May, IP.
. W are authorized t announce Johs M. LAserm
anacandidate for Circuit J mine In the firt Ja.
tlicial Circuit, fiibject to the deciition ol the Vtino
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE FIRST
Acting untler a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1ST9, by the Demo
cratic Judiciul Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a. meeting held in Cairo, I do here
ly call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cftiro,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of Jlay,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. in., for the purpose
f nominating three candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at the
nsuinff June election.
Under the buses of representation
adopted by the Committee of onq delegate
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred votes
over one hundred, cast for the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
delegates, viz :
Alexander 0 Pope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin .'1 Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4 Williamson 8
It is suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
r selecting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day of May, 1879. W. W. Daiih,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
There is more fact than poetry m the
remark that for months before marriage
the man sues for the lady's hand ; but after
marriage the lady'B band sues for the
A writer for an Ohio paper having
heard of Centralia's fruitfulncss in the pro
duction of babies, says that a lady of that
place, desiring an illuminated text fur the
Sunday school room, telegraphed to her
husband, who was in Cincinnati, the de
sired dimensions. Imagine the woman's
horror when she received and unwrapped
t lie placard, and read: ''Unto us a child is
born, nine feet long by two feet wide."
Is thk year 107, tlio H-ymWn i:.m
frruHS saddled upon the Army Appropriation
bill, a provision tlut was obnoxious to
President Johnson, and which lie approved
under protest, because he could not separ
ate it from the Appropriation bill. And us
late as 1872 the republican nnjorirj passed
the Sundry Civil Service bill with au illi-
gitimate ami uncongenial proviso attached,
that was obnoxious to every member of the
Democratic minority; and yet Itepublicans,
in the face of these ami numerous other in
stances, raise a terrible howl because Dum-
ocra'a propose to Saddle a measure which
Republicans approve, with another m-astirc
which they don't approve! Hut to look for
consistency in Republican Congressmen of
this eighth decade of th'i nineteenth crn
lory, U to look for pure Cognac I mudy in
It wa an accurate observer of thd email
thing of lifo who said that tlio object of the
craiy-lwno to develop our ' power of
arech and to invc mo to certain forcible
form of expression without which lan
guage would be poor indeed. When ja
crazy-bone asserts itself it is dono on a Bud
den, as though it would take us by surprise
and had a desire to discover what the nat
ural language of n man is in an emergency.
Strength of expiession, sharpness of tono
and very great descision of manner, us
though the jury could make a verdict with
out leaving scats, ns though there were no
doubt whatever concerning the proper
thing to be said these are the results of a
sudden blow which wakes up the crazy
bouc. Our own experience is that the man
who carries a crazy-bone that is always on
the alert, needs more religion than is ordi
narily distributed throughout an average
"A SWEET SPOT."
Kast St. Louis is again excited. The
Dowmau and Wilder factions have given a
fresh impetus to the commotion that has so
long disgraced that city, and removed trom
life and pretj-erty their usual safe-guards. On
Tuesday last, two elcctisns were held one
by the Bowman faction, and the other by
the Wilder factiou. The Bowman factiou
declares that the Wilder ballot boxes
were tilled with ballots thrown by wagon
loads of men who were carried from one
poll to another, repeating until tho thiDg
became farcical even to the repeaters
themselves. Tramps were hunted up and run
into the station house the evening previous
to the election, and in the morning got a
club, a good breakfast, and the promise of
two dollars and a half if they voted the
Wilder ticket. They did so. Negroes
from St. Louis, strangers, boys, any and
everybody, were picked up and hurried to
the polls where they cast their votes for the
Wilder ticket. This is the Bowman side
of the story. The Wilderites chaige like
fraud and villiauy to the account of the
Bowmanitcs, and both parties claim the
votes of the honest, respectable citizens.
Both parties claim the victory; both sets of
"successful" candidates have qualified, and
both have entered upon a discharge of duty
which seems to consist in the main, of an
indulgence iu the most violent denunciation
of each other as frauds, rascals and preten
ders; and in the rather hazardous pastime
of pistol and bludgeon practice upon each
other's heads and bodies. A more disagi ace-
ful condition of affairs exists no where on
earth. It is not only disgraceful to Kast St.
Louis, but to the state of Illinois.
If East St. Louis were in Miss
sissippi or Louisiana, every Republican pa
per in the North would raise a hypocritical
howl about bloody-minded rebels, and the
utter depravity of the average rebel heart.
Put Et St Louis is not in Democratic
Louisiana; but iu Republican Illinois. It
would, therefore, amount to nothing, politi
cally, to make a fuss about it.
THE MAN KEVINS. AND WHAT II K
Frank Nevins, a Springfield correspon
dent of the Chicago Tribune, desiring a
little notoriety, and not being particular
as to the sort, caused to be published a
most damaging story about one of the law
makers of the Lower Houe of the present
General Assembly. Jealous of its reputa
tionquick to combat every charge, except
that of laziness, the House summoned Mr.
Kevins to appear and answer questions.
The thing worked just as Kevins intended
it should. His longing for ix t n it ty had
carved out the coveted opportunity. He
appeared; but lie didn't "answer" worth a
cent. He had made a scandalous charge
against a member; but if he guve his source
of information and put the Houst
on the scent of the evidence, he, Kevins,
would at once drop out of notice. So he
refused to give his authority. The House
threatened. ''Tilings were working" that
was just what he wanted ; and finally "oh !
joy'' the House ordered his imprisonment
as a contumacious witness. Had he heard
that his great-grandfather, Gotleib West
phal Ncvenz, of Baden-Baden, had died,
leaving him a fortune of W),000 thalers, he
couldn't have been better pleased, He was
subjected to "luxurious" imprisonment he
was told to consider himself immured in a
damp, ntowWy, toiul-infcktcd cell of an un
derground dungeon, until he purged him
self of his contempt. And straightway all
the paper of the State, and
tho telegraph, published the story
of NeviiiB "martyrdom" how, because
of his refusal to betray tlie confidence of a
friend, he was lying in a gloomy dungeon
under the capital building, on a pallet of
straw and with a chain to his leg, the links
of which, like thos.'of "lame Lemnion," or
some other fellow, were "festering in his
llesh.'' And now, moved by n humane im
pulseappalled that such things could be,
and not overcome us, etc., the eminent law
yer, tx-Oov. Pulmer, brings about a hear
ing on a writ of habeas corpus, and after a
veutillation of much legal lore by sundry
eminent gentlemen, tho case was thrown
back upon its original footing Mr. Kevin
was still on contempt for refusing to nn
iwertho question the House had pro-
founded to him, and would remain so as
long as he persisted in his refusal.
Meanwhile all the newspapers were warmly
canvassing tho mutter giving cvius mo
notoriety he sought, thus innocently per
haps, contributing to an end from tho mere
contemplation of which thoughtful people
shrink with n shudder, viz:' the probable
infliction of another "lecturer" upon a pa
tieut and long-suffering people!
The death hate ok our country is gct
timlearfully alarming, the average of lifo
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At thU
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill of n doctor lieen avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boscbee's German Syrup has proven itseb
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Orer
9o0,000 Iwttlcs sold last year without a
single failure known.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons sity
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shikh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not kwjw
that Coughs lead to Consumption ind
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely curt a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 00 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2o cts. For sale bj
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get at our store
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell or
a positive guarantee to cure you. Prict
10 cts. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragran'
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
JOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
ESTATE 01' WILLIAM BIIACKIS. HLCEA-tD.
State of Illinois. Alexander county, M.
To the heirs and creditor of Mid vtatc:
You are herein- notified thai on Tuesday, the Sod
davof April, lS'.ft. the adminiMrHtriJ.' of said flute,
will present to the county court of Alexander
county, at Cairo. Illinois, her mil report of
her acts and doings i-h such ittlminlstratrix,
ami ask the court to be (tisrharL'ert from any
and all further duties and reponribiilties connect
ed with snidestute, and her admiuistrutiou thereof,
at which time und place, you may be present and
resist such application if vou chooe so tn do.
formerly Caroline bracken. Administratrix.
By virtue of a spccisl execution to me directed, h;
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County, li
the State of Illinois, in !vor of Wood Itilteuhbus(
and Joseph 11. Kittenlioiise. a purtneri
composing the firm of Wood Ritlinhousi
& liro.. and ai'ainst Samuel E. Thonip
son, John Sinnot and Kdwurd P. Gilson. ns part
ners coniJiosiie.Mlie llrm of S. E. Thompson A Co..
I shall oflVrforsnlc at public vendue at the westerler
door of the Court House, in the City of Cairo,
County of Alexander and Slate of Illinois, on tin
TENTH MY OF APRIL, A. I), lSTtt,
at 11 o'clock a. m.. the following described property
to wit: Lots numbered thirty-one (lin end thirty
two in block numbered tiir'y eila (Im. in tli
citv of Cairo, comity of Alexander und Mule of
1 inois. ijeretaloru levied upon bv me us the uroii-
erty of Edward P. Cilson. nwr a v. rit ol tittai h
m ..'lit issued ou"t of mid Circiit Coint at the in.
stance of said Ritteuhouse & Lro., a'.'uiutt siud S
p.. itiompsou co.
Tinted this Ijthday of March. A. I). IS'.fl.
JOHN HuDoES. Sheriff,
pORKCLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
state of Illinois. M'in nit Court or Alexander
County of Alexander (County. May term A. 1). 17V.
Peter Koblervs. unknown heirs of William Eulern,
Foreclosure of mortitase. In chancery.
Affidavit havi"u been filed in the office of the
clerk of said circuit court of Alexander county that
the above tamed defendants, the heirs of William
Ehirs. deceased, on due and careful Innuiry can
not be found, notice is hereby piveti to the said de
fendants, that the complainant tiled his bill of
complaint in aic court on thechiincery side theifof
on the 41rt day of March. . I). 1ST!', and that a
summons thereupon lstwniout ol said court airainn
said defendants, returnable, ou the third .Monday of
May, A. I. 1ST!', as is by luw required.
Now. therefore, unless you. the said unknown
heirs of Wlllium Fillers, deceased, slisll personally
be and appear before the said circuit con it of Alex
ander county on the first day of the nest lenn there
of, to beholden al the court house in the city of
Cairo. In said county, ou the third Motidav of Mav,
A. D. IST'.i. end plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same, and the
matters and things therein churped and rated, will
he taken as confessed, aad a decree entend iijjalnn
you according to the pi aver of said bill .
JulIN A.REEVi:.( lerk.
GEORGE FISHER. Coinplalniint's solicitor.
Cairo. 111., March :Jlst, A. 1). IS?.).
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F ONE OK
IIEALTR" RESTORING PADS
We will send oue or our HEALTH H ESTOP,
INli PADS to li li v Iimiliil uiiii.-ieil uin, i i,...
' otiiplnint, CHILLS and I l.VEU. INDItiKS
I'KlN. COSTIVENESS, Xurvous ileuiliiehe,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Debllliy und Impure Ulood,
II they will send Us their sv iuiiIoiiik mn' mi.
dress and ai'ren to scud um j-.miu cliecta
a cure to their enllfi iiiisinciion. nthciwiscf
there will be no charge. We will do tills to con
vince the public of the smciior Mill. I! 11 H U
OF OUli PAIW.
And Dial they will do all we sar. As this offer
will necessarily hu limited In number. V i l.ioie
theieiore, au early atiplleatlnii will lie msi.i. ,!.
dress, eiy itespectltillT Y" rv..
Dli.O, V. LOIillKS,
Ii4 Elm street, Clueliibi.il, Ohio,
l'liyslclaiia speak Iu Teinis of I'ru -e In favor of the
1 1 K A I n J VA).
ClSl-lNNATI, Jill!" VS. IhVII.
Having I mil soniecoiisidei'iil le hi ciiiii.ihhiii e u lil.
the opeiin Inn of tliu Pad, 1 can eoncleneinusly
recoliiliieiMl ll ns un cM cllcnt rcmeilv In nil h... .nJ
eases lor which Dr. Forbes counsels Its use.
Dli, d. HALLOW EI,I
tfVH George street. Cincinnati.
Willi! J!cv, Joseph Emery, the wcll-kuovui City
CincinIvau, Jimp SO, 1SV.
Having had a lonu nrqiialntiincu with Dr. Forbes
ii in siitlstled I hill whatever liereronimeiwis i...
so couscleiiclously, ami will prove el thev preniise
, , ',Ky- '"GSKP1I EjIkKY.
Extiaell from few of the Many Letlera fieqiientlv
rece ved at the Oille., H '
'; "ays:-"i feel Hun your Pads hiive saved my
lllu." Alio her s..ys :-"YtMir Pad bus Jtlt reached
III y rase, It hlis en re V reinnv,.,! ,u i, . '
and conseq ueni Sick Hesdnclm." Another wrltea-
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