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(inly Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
1 .arEPwt Circulation ot any Dully in
M.B. ll:irrn, Kditoe.
SL'PREME JI DOE -I'IKST UISTlilcT.
I hereby announce myn-.-li a ranOidale lrfore tin
ecpie, at the enciin' ilunc I '.riioii. In the l'irt
jadicial liinrkt, lor iLe oiliri- ut Jmlu'i- f tbe
iireme court. JullN II. Ml'LKKY.
March iuh isro.
IXlR JUDGE OF TUT: nR.TlT COVKT
1 rli'sr clip l.t. .
We are anthorl 'd to anriTucw th tlon. J.,
M. ?A.naLRN. of WilliauiMiin county. In a camli
datcforthe office of(ir:ull JudLi-. for the KlrM
f irmiL nu'ijett 10 th iItIoii of I he IKinioorHtir
Jadkia! cnuvmuio to itv held lu Cairo on the Ol h
oat' of M,r, lH.ii.
W an." anthoru' d aimoiince John M. t,ANn N
a caiiiUitate for Cintilt Jud.n in (lie Kin-t ,mi
lic:al I'ircuit. mlijcci to the d'-tinion of the Domo-
i-ralic l.ucciitii u.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE FIRST
Acting nn.ler a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1ST9, by the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of tin; first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo. I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to beheld in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. m., for the purpose
of coininatint; three candidates for the ol
fir.e of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under the bases of repiesentatior
adopted by the Committee of one deleft',
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred vote
over one hundred, cat for the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties compoMii;.'
the circuit will each be eiuitled in the
convention to the
following number of
Alexander . . .
Franklin 7 I'u'.a -ki.. 4
Hardin a Saline. "
Jackson 10 Union . ! ..11
Johnson -1 Williamson s
It is uutfgcsti'd tiir.t th'i Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee f each
county call a convei.iLm :' me purpose
f selecting delegates on Saturday the :5d
day ol May, KJT9. W. W. IUni:.
Chainnau Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
CoRXELtvs J. Vani)i:kiiii.t, the loose and
improvident son of the late Colonel, is to
have his million, out ol the vast estate
turned over to his brother William. This
"u the report that comes frmu the Cornelius
ide of tho house. The report from Wil
liam is that ho will carry out to the letter,
the injunctions of his father's will.
"Bob Inokhsoi.i' which being iterpic
ted, ineuns Col. Robert 0. Ingersoll, sent to
Joseph Jefferson, as a present, a copy of
Ilia book, bearing the following beautiful,
but cAinrncteriMio inwv'ijition : "To Jt ph
Jf flerson, 'king of that enchanted realm i'f
comedy and pathos, where lui;;ntci tmu:hi-M
tears and sadness blossoms into ninth.''
Tup. Chicago Herald says that John A.
Logan is a Baptist. The Herald has prob
ably been niis'ed by the shape of Logan's
"hymn book;" but the Baptist beg to rcn-nt
the imputation. Logan was united, by tele
graph, with the M. E. church, several years
aeo, and the church, exercising a charity
that aurpuMnh all precedent, still recog
nizes" hi membership,
"Tun Republicans have curried Cincin
natir forms a head line in one of our z.-ul-ma
Republican exehaiii;ea. Well, now,
what of it? They carried it before, tmd
kav gained nothing bt, in fact, one ol
tlleir beat offices. We can off-Hot llfteen
' Cincinnati's by the one triumph in Chic. igo.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, was claimed by the
Republicans t but . the Democji1 cfiirjed it.
Democrat made a clii weep of Monroe,
Mkb. They enrfied Zaneaville, nffln,
Rmcm nftd Youagatowo, Ohio. Detroit
patted ft Democratic Judge, and th Rc
publican majority in Michigan has 1con
reduced many thousands. Take the elec
tion as a whole, it shows, that tho Republi
can element in the mirth is minority :
ment. and that a union of tho opposition
would divest it of power in all the States,
with tin' exception of thrce-po.-sibly
NhwJkwpky people finding mite socie
ties, sewing circles, concerts, etc., to bo
a (.low and unpopular means for the acqui
sition of church mid charity lunds. huve
resorted to hugging festivals, mid the money
rmnes in astonishingly. The squeezing of
a girl between 10 and 20 years of age,
cost a quarter; of an unmarried woman
between 20 and "0, forty cents; of spin
ster, a halt dollar; of a young widow,
sixty cents; of a married woman in the
presence of her husband, a nickel; during
his absence, one dollar, flow happens it
that Cuiro lurks behind in everything?
Akizosa is catchinguplntbe race of civi
lization. The lat-t mail from Preseott
brings word that coal oil has been adopted
(is a tire-kimller. A servant girl who had
used it for years, in the States, and never
had any trouble before, was burned to
death there last week, dying in the most
horrible agonies. But the use of coal oil
is iikc tho u.sc of whisky. The idea that
he or she is in
danger, is perfectly
a continued use
of either is sure death. The whisky user
is burned up slowly: the uer of kerosene
goes up suddenly in a pile of roaring flame
and stifling smoke; and therein is the only
difference in the final outcome.
It was not known until quite recently
that President Haves had tendered the suc
cession in the German mission to Wbitelaw
Reid, of the New York Tribune, and that
Reid had declined the honor, etc.. because
ahem 1 hi absence fiom the Tribune
sanctum might result in the success of
hurtful governmental policies. It was not
in this language that the modest Reid
couched his declination; but we give his
meaning. How grateful the country should
feel to that man ! Putting aside the glories
of a mission to the court of Berlin, he stays
at home, in his dingy little office in the
Tribune building, to see to it that the gov-
eminent of the United States doc-'t
go wrong ! His highe.-t ambition is to keep
the country straight; and while that job is
on his hands of course (ierinan missions
must not In; permitted to district his at
tt ntion. It is true, he might have acc-pt-ed
the minion nud taken care of the coun
try by mail and telegraph; but Wbitelaw
is a symptlietii; soul. The mails might
miscarry, and the country might get out of
gear, pending the non-arrival of his :ig-1
gestions. Consequently he thought it best
for the happiness of the people and '.lie safe-
! ty of the government, that lie stay at borne.
Onerous, great, self-aerificiug, glorious
Wliitdaw! The people plod along in dense
ignorance of what you are doing, and yet
you continue to ivc the country, "all the
Kiine." A woful want of Hppremtioa is
what's the matter with us
For President in 180,
The UnobstruMveShaper of his Coiuuiy's
Ji sr how long it will lake to lea. n the
ic'.ding Ri-imlilicuns of the North tiiat tin:
g.j.-Jiel of hate IS obnoxious to the people,
no political Tice. is able to determine. For
a period of fourteen years they have preached
it, and though year by year it has become
more and more unpopular, bringing disas
ter after disaster upon the party, yet the
lenders, the manipulator of the party,
cling to it with unabated fervor, and under
its ensanguined banners propose to wage
the fight of 1980. Will these men never
"let up?" The generation that fought the
rebellion i fast passing away one half of
the great multitude are in their graves, yet
the doctiine -of cordial hate is pleached
against their children! If the reconstruction
V the Huuth is faulty, ihi- Republican party
is to blame the Democrats hud no part in
it, If Confederate Ri igAdiers me in Congress
the Republican party opened the doors to
them! It the South hius not been whipped
enough, the Democratic party la not to
blame. The Democratic soldiers in the
ranks were under the control of the Reptile
cutis who tilled the dlliees; and the
officers, 11111I the Republican President and
the Republican Cougrciin cried, "hold,
enough." hverything was under the con
trol of the Republican party ; the work is the
work of that party, and why, now, the eter
nal, erae!cHs howl about it? Noisy gen
tlcmcu you ministers of the guspcl of bate
your ranting is "pelueid," it is transpar
ent, Ih "thin," and it is hypocritical ! There
is not a aiuglo ayllahlu ot "country" in a
tliousand sentences of it it it all party,
and sensible people to understand It. They
know and you know that if the South were
a solid Republican South, jaU would
though tho crack of tho rifle aignatiitd tho
death ol nnep-oevory hour of the day!
point gwmnaly to "the beauties of Sooth
jam hemoey, effected through the benign
CAIKO BULLETIN ; FRIDAY MOKNIXO, ' APRIL
influnccs of Republican rule." That's tho
kind of men' you Republican Lowler are,
1 the people fully understand you.
OUR WASHINGTON J.KTTKIl.
T1IK AI1MV ml'' TinU)l'i-H THE HOl'sK
WAKU oliR AIIKAI) -VINDICATION OK
.IOIIS HT. POHTKK. KTC.
S;"i ";nl i'orr uniiniluuce to (he l!ul;e!,n
WViiiNCTox, April 7 1S7U
A majority of 24 was recorded for the
army iiill on Saturday, the vote being 1 18
to 124. The bill, as passed, contains the
provision forbidding the use ot troops a
polls. This is so eminently reasonable and
just a provision that it seems strange there
should have been any to oppose it. There
would have been none but for the chance
the Radicals thought they saw to revive
northern distrust of the South. There has
been nothing more cowardly or mean in
our politics in the last generation than this
attempt, by a reversal of their own record
in an inportant particular, and an appeal
to the lowest passions of man, to keep up
s -ctional strife. The speec hes of Garfield
and Five weru unworthy of them. That
of Ex-Secretary llolx.-sou was the fairest
and ablest on the Republican side. In the
Democratic speeches, besides the fact that
thev were all in favor of what is safest and
fairest for the country, there was, I believe,
more ability and eloquence than in those of
the Republicans. Mr. Hurd and Mr.
Blackburn especially, were eloquent and
forcible. The debate in the senate will
hardly receive more attention than has de
servedly been given to that in the house.
It is believed that the Democrats of the
house will at once push consideration of the
legislative bill, containing the test oath and
supervisor provisions. All the Greenback
ers but two voted with the Democrats, and
it is understood only one will vote with the
radicals when the legislative bill comes up.
During the inquiry into Jen. Fit. John
Porter's case, 1 carefully abstained from
any comment upon it, but am sincerely
glad that this gallaut and 'flicient officer
has received a vindication so thorough.
The importance of the findings, of Generals
Scohtie'il, Terry and Getty, lowever, is not
confined to the case of Gaieial Porter.
There was in Washington diring tho civil
war a set of men among then Zach Chan
dler was prominent, who attempted to con
trol the conduct of the war. B-fore them
McCIellan went down, and Pntt-r ami oth
ers. All that saved Grunt fim the same
fate was his own obstinancy aid persistent
support of Mr, Lincoln. Tin vindication
of General Porter, who suffecd partly be
cause lie was a friend of General MeClellan.
means a reeon.-iilcrutiou ot the events of
l(J'i ami 1 and a new judgment perhaps
upon the abiltity and patriiiism of many
soldiers and civilians of tl.v time. Will
congrc-s who has added s materially to
our knowledge of the history of the war by
the invfstigJitbiTi in Pinter's case, go still
further. Thei" wj.a "coimiiUee on the con
duct of the war" with Zk.Ii Ch:nilera
chairman. It might be revived now, xml
undo some of the injusticeit then del.
Tirr. DKATli uatk ok mr country ! get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being levelled every year, vithout any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting oeijuridly
from the most insignigeant origin. At this
sea-on of the ye.v cprcialy, a coid is such
a common thing that in tie hurry of every
day life we are apt to ove'look the dangers
attending it and often linil too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble his already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in tiiLs way
every winter, while had Jloshee's Gorman
Svrup been taken a cure would have reunit
ed, and a large bill o! a doctor bccnavoideil.
For all diseases of the throat and iiing-.
Bosehee's German Syrup has proven iiseli
to be tho greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
9.10,000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Don't Bk Dkckivki). Many icisons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely euro a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will euro 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 this a fair proposition, Price
lOcts. 50 cts. und fl.00 p, r )()Ut.. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2") cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dvspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and fen
end debility when you can get t our stores
ShilohV Sytem Yitalier which wo soli on
a positive guarantee to curu you, Prico
lOcts. aim 1.1 cts. t or sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a pipulur frarant
pi-iTuinc. Hold by Barchiy I5,(iurg.
QrKiiy.-Why will ui(fi common
tobacco when they cin buy Marburg Rro'i
"Seal of North ,C'aroliia't the kmo prico!
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