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A N N ( i V N 0 F.M LX .
,XR MTREME JUD'i.E-nr.sT DISTRICT.
I terrtr itnonnf itrdf a ratiliditt befor" tbe
tp. ai use rnmicq iunc lert:oii. in tte F:rl
JsdiciaJ Dinria. for Ite oCue of Occsre ol the sa
prf mt tozr, JOEN 11 MVLKEY.
Kartk rtin IST9.
X"'R Jl'DGE "f THE CIRCUIT COl'RT
' KIRST CIKCIIT.
We aw actborui to aanoitit Daxiii. M .
lB0f6. of FratkliB conniy. aa a candidate
Cirri'.t Juice, in v Fir: Cirrutt. fsbjm So !Le
-.:ot ot Ui itmnm;.'. Jidic-al . oxvetlicn so
Ut tt-ic a I ao. t vie t-.t Ctj of Maj. ii'.i
tr are tt:bor:r"d to arsoctw ttasHoc. jAt
. H aHamv. of wr.lifcmwis coll'.t. u a cktci
tua tor Ui dre of Cirrtit JndiT. for tie Kirft
rirrcit.rt6.iwt lo the dtdfioL ! tte Df-ttCxraTH
.'ntir:: (vLvn.TioL to be tn.i :n c i.ro on vfct fr.L
taj cf Ua.r. IrT
We -r aatborird to atmtntf Johk U. Lvtt
a fitaicatt JorCtrtn:'. Izict in the K;t Ju
crl C-cu.s. tsbjett to '.be iec.f.os of U.e Ihmo
DaTrsJ.EiKic wi'J be a r.rd:c-t for Circr.it
Jttt it the F-.m Jcdihkl Clrec:r. at tie tiection
tr Lt d on Sbt ibi uty J lie.
TO THE HEMOCBITS OF THE FIRST
Acting nnder a resolution adopted on
the day cf April, 179, by the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do here
by cirll a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo.
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
bi9, at ten o'clock, a. re, for the ptirpo
of nominating three candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under the bases of representation
adopted by the Committee of one delegate
f'r each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred votes,
nver 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 (J Pope 4
Franklin 1 Pulaski 4
Hardin 3 Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4 Williamson S
It is suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of selecting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day ol May, 1879. W. W. Bark,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
A hill has been ordered to ngrosmei;t
in the Missouri legislature, making it a
:rinunal offence punishable by imprison
ment, for a candidate to offer to fill an office
for a less salary than that provided for by
Thk Rev. Dr. O. W. Hughey, presiding
elder of the Alton district of the M. E.
church, has accepted a call to the Centen
nial church of St. Louis, and will enter
upon his duty us soon as his removal is sanc
tioned by tlio Bishops.
The United States has one doctor to
wery 600 people; Canada has one to 1200;
Great Britian, one to 1692; France one to
1814; Belgium one to 2048; Austria, one to
2500; Germany, one to 3000; Norway, one
to 3400; Uuasia, one to 50,000. This ex
plains why Russia is so healthy, and the
United States so pernieinut to longevity,
The bonus of l 25,000 to insure the
building of a new "Southern Hotel" in St.
Louis has not yet W-u subscribed, and
120,000 are still lacking. This amount,
however, will soon be made up, and when
the new building is completed Hecording to
the designs already drawn, it will be one of
the finest and most convenient hotels in the
Tu ERR were -V
2,350 children iu icbool in
New York the other day, when a fire broko
.at under tlifl flooring. Was there a panic!
Tke children were called to order, mar
ahaled in double line, and wire 'Jhus
marched out of tlio classrooms tlirouirli
the smoke nml down the stairways into the
htrect, not one of nil the throng Wing in
jured. The Mime number of adults under
the Mime eiretunstuiiees, would Imve '"'en
thrown into ti iianie, and tin' rmwd would
have i nmhed more jn'onle to death ilmu
were killed in ihe Zulu massacre.
Tin: Lower House of the Missouri Leg
islature has jas.ed an amendment to the
constitution of that State iioliibitiii'.r the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquor
in that State, except for medicinal purposes
and the iiineiidment will be submitted to
the people in November next. This may
be considered nu attempt by the advocates
of temperance to pull the evil tree up by
the root., ami a determination to quit tiiin
ming at the top of nid tree.
Mama has elected an anti-liccusc
Jolict polled votes at its town
Out of a levy of f lo;,40.1, the Hock Is
land tax gather collected but $41,401.
Nashville Odd Vdlow abandoned their
celebration proposed tor the 2'ith.
Morgan county hunters continue to kill
wolves and get the bounty on the .ealps.
Uloomington will have an Illinois state
Sunday school convention, May 1416. i
Marengo voted not to over burden itself j
with a one mill tax for the purpose of sus
taining a public library.
So great is the demand for the machines
that f 1.000 extrs harvesters are to be built
at the Piano shop.
The Gcruun Catholic church at Peru was
robled reiintly of a chalice und other
silver nud gold ornaments.
It is expected that 2.500 Odd Fellows
will attend the big celebration of thut or
der in Fret port, on the 25th inst,
The new hoard of supervisors of Madi
son coudw stands, politically, 11 Republi
cans 14 Democrats.. 1 Independent: total 26.
The Illinois State Medical Association
(.allopathic) will meet in Lincoln in May.
and the hon-opathhu at Freepjit the
Th" state ii coiatuissiosw hare just
put 25.000 yojrg '.ruon :r.to I'rystal Lake
Mc Henry ceuctr. htd a like num'wr iu
There were thirt'-cn bv.v.ncs failures in
Chicago daring the month of March, with
liabilities aggregating $4?l.:j?0, and assts
amounting tof 34 2,050.
Dorothea Huhmsin of Washington county
Las recovered a judgment by default for
$3,000 against Theodore Eyman for seduc
tion and breach of prwinLe.
The Galva Journal says one Jim lloimn
who has been divorced from three wives.
the other day married his first wife again,
while the other two patiently wait.
The Chicago & Alton Railroad Commis
pany gave the Litchfield Car and Machine
Company, Iat week, an order for one hun
dred 'oox cars and one hundred stock ears.
Tie income of the widow of Lieut. Ban
ner, the yellow fever hero, reaches $300,
derived from the fund raised for her and in
vested in government bond-. She has been
given also a comfortable home in Elgin.
The t Vn of Chenoa is h',1 agog over a
scandal, iu wich Louis Z' igier, a republican
politician, and n Jir. Rollins are the
principals. An investigation must be had
before the husband of Mrs. Rollins will
give the ill-natured reports rr.-denre, and
therefore he mav be said to be a wise man.
HOW HE WON HER.
A TlihlI.Ll.Mi STORY OK TI'.K TlVt-
(CONCMDKD FROM YESTKIttM y's DULY 1.
and am not unprepared. If God wills I
shall come back; if not there is one thing
1 must ask you, dearest. Forgive the selfish
wrong I did in making you my wife. I
w as too old ami dull to make you happy,
but believe me, darling, I would have done
it it I could. My great love made mc
blind. You have been good and brave. 1
bless you now and ever in my heart.
"If anything should happen to, me Mar
gery, go to Mr. Latimer. He holds my will
and knows my wishes. All I have is yours.
"Think gently of me, darling, and may
God hold you in his keeping now and al
She red it slowly through to the hist line;
then she turned;
"Father," she said, with the old ring in
her voice, "I start for the South to-morrow!"
"Do not think to stay me. 1 am goinir
to my husband! Shall 1 sit safely here
while lie (rivce aw ay n lile worth a thou
sand such as minet Even nuw he may be
lighting death alone."
Argument, entreaty, command, all were
alike in vain. With the early morning
light the long journey was begun.
She knew no weariness, she felt no fear.
The rushing, thundering train seemed to
her to crawl alone, the sand., Shu would
have ridden, if she could, upon the wings
of the lightning. In the night sho seemed
o hear his voice culling her. Uu'd' could
not let him die before he knew how she
loved him. Oh, fool and blind that she
had been 1 Where in all her dreams ot dis
content had there been love and courage
like this? Here was a knight braver than
uineeioi, more true ami tender than Arthur
of the Ruund Table, ntel her hand had re
fused his crown!
Closer and more stifling grew the heat
and dust us they neored the fever-infested
districts. Ioni trains, laden with living
refugees, lMt t them at stations. Uroui's of
Bisters of Chanty, in the black gowns Bnd
quaint snowy head near,' occupied the e.Hr
with her. Two physicians from the far
Nurthweit nit just across the isle. Hho
Wrd 1'ragmcnu of their conversation,
calm and cheerful as if they were bound
oo Mime lung planned euursaou of bukinew
CAIlto Ul'I.LKTlK: TUUKSDAY MORNING. Al'ML 17, ISI9.
or pleasure. Common life had grown all
ut once heroic. It was worth while to live :
nay die in such a cause as this.
The iuarantine iatition was reached at
last, through which Margery was to eiitei
the doomed city of her destination. (
"My child!" 'pleaded an old officer.
"I speak to you as a father. Oo huic!
You are too young and Iteautiful to rush
upon certain death."
BJ"My husband is ihere!" said Margery
The early morning papers were brought
in. She took one mechanically in her lumd
and this is what she saw :
".loh n Unttler, volunteer visitor for tin
Howards, from , Mass., was striken yes
terdiiy. Ii will be hard, indeed, to till tli
place of this niarveoiisly brave and ctlic'n n
worker, who has seemed able to instil soup
of his own inimitable courage mid hopt
into every one with whom lie bus conn
into contact. lb' lies voilcntly sick i
She i iu a carriage at last. Tlio coach
men lashes his horses, but she cries to him
to drive faster. Stores and shops are clos
ed. Here and there people, black and w hite
rush out from the bv streets and allcvs, cal
ling for help, "for the love of Ood !"bout i
the great aid centers hundreds of negroes,
with their baskets, crow ded on the curbing
wait for the calling ol their names. Lvery
where they meet hearses, open wagons,
great express curt, piled with the dead,
their horses at a trot, moving southward to
They stoped now, she springs from the
carriage unaided. A little girl grasps her
"Oh, lady, my mother is dying.'" she
cries out through a ruin of tears! Margery
loosens the child's riugei-s trendy, but she
"I ake me to John Hutler. she cries to
Past long row s of cots where men and
women mi l little children groan and writhe
in mortal agony, she follows him. They
are taking out a dead man; lier garments
brush the stitTening limbs as she passes.
Her guide pauses nt last. Oh, God in
heaven! Tosing iu delirium, with face
discolored and distorted, and bloodshot,
staring eyes; can this be hei
One moment she sank upon lurknec
lx side the bed, then she rose up to do bat
The nurses could tell you how a giant's
strength seemed to dwell in her voting
arms; a wisdom almost superhuman in her
inexperienced brain. Day and nialit went
bv but she did not mark them. The dead
around her were replaced by the dying, but
she took no heed.
The hour came w hen love had conquered.
John Butler awoke, too w eak for hixwoh or
motion, but with the obi rav of reason in
his eves, and whether in the lodv or out of
the body he knew not: nut Margery's face
was lfnt '- o Mm, and Margery's k'is. was
on his almost lifeless lips.
Slowly but surely his strength returnee.
Margery could leave hiin at length to care
lor others whose needs were greater. He
did not keep her back. She seemed to
wear a channel! life, and h?r face, bright
as with a light reflected from the world le
yond this, was the last comfoit of many a
dying eye, the rii-st returning gleam of
earthly hope and love to souls, who, through
lnr gentle ministrations, came slowly and
painfully back from the gates of death.
They went home together when over the
smitten land had dfoended the healing
benefit of the frost. It was their wedding
journey. The far hills were blue with In
dian summer, sky and earth seemed bathed
in the glory of mystic Ininsriguration. They
talked little by the wnv. There arc some
moods which words, even the tendcrest, but
Il they had never come back, what then?
What do-s it mutter, death or life to souls
that have tasted the supreme of existence,
pci'ect love and sacrifice?
Why wii.I. you allow a cold to ad
vance iu your system and thus cncou.-jige
more serious maladies, such pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when un
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Bosi hec's German Symp has gained tin
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, ('olds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is pr pared with the greatest
eare, ami no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, us per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a lailure to do its
work iu any case. Ask your druggist as in
the truth of these remarks. Largo si.e 75
cents. Try it und be convinced.
A Caiid. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I w ill send a recipe that w ill cure
you, KiiKK ok i haikik. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Sou'Ji
America. Send a self-addressed envelope! to
the Kev.JosKPii T. Inman, Station D. New
You Mist Cliik that 'orr;n.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the (act that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an ciunl, Two doses will re
lieve your child of ('roup, it is plnisiutt to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etlbrd to with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will' re
fund the price paid. Price 10 ets. .lOcts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
soro or chest or back lame useShiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Havk you Dyspepsia, are you t 'oiiHtipu
tod, have you ti Yellow skin, Loss of Apa
tite, Head Ache, if no don't fail to use fshi
loh "s System Vitalize!'. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to .suffer
when you can be cured on sm h temis as
these. Price 10 cents, and 7.7 cents, Sold by
W'F.j.ta Persian Periume 'lliieknietiick"
is rich and fragrant try it. S,l ;.l.(.Iiy
t Ciikw Jacksou's het SwwtNvv To-bnccoi
1 1 KLM ISOLD'S
MUCH U .
PHMIM A KUTH'AL
Specific Kerned)' For All
For Il.biiitj. l.iin of Memory. lr.(lpor!;iiin to
hxcrtion or Himuum, sbrUirMi ul hrea'.h
Troublid with Ttaoni;ti or Die . IMdimhi of
Viaion. I':n in the Bark. het. arrt Heart. I!nh of
Wood to the llart. l'ale CouruemiH ami 1'ry Skin
if moo prmpion; lire allowi n tu ir nr. verv
fn-uueiillv Kpil' Ttic I'ttn ant) CotiM'UilH ion follow
W bi n 111 coo'titolion li rotri. it; -rti-! it n quip
th aid f itiMC'iratiDi mfiiiciu" to s':TiiL'th u
and wnc cp the nem which
DOES IN EtERY CAK.
By any rrrafdr licomn It in p-i riW !- the
Mod t mi re: nt pb)fi::ui a!i hut itr world, iu
Aches and Pains
(Jeneral 111 Healtli.
Nervous Com pl'ts
Female Complaints, etc.
Il.'t.dii lie, Pttiiiutli'' liniiMem, (.'uugh, Dir.i
1 1. Sniir Htomieh KrupliuriM. Kiel Taste in the
Mouth. Palpitation of the Heart, I'ain in the r--j.'luii
of the Kidney'", and 8 llioticand othur painful
yiii;,tnin. are the oflVprioirs ul l)j "P"pia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulates the torpid Liver. Hownla. and Kid
ncya In hi.altby ai tinn. In eli'iinHlnij the blond of
all Impurlili-a. and Imparling new life and vi'or Iu
mc wik nynti'm,
A Hlnitle trial will he aufllr.lenl to i-oiivinn; the
moat btiHltHtinit of tin valualilc r'-meilial qnalitli-i
Or Six Bottles for
Pi livered lo nay aildresit l'ni fiiim olnfivation.
I'ulleiila" limy riinioilt by letter, reci'tvluj; the
riiinn iilleiitluii an by enllln.
Coniiii'tent phvalviaii' attend to i'uni'npriiidii,ts.
All li lH'iK lOmuld he Mildr"Hneil lo.
II. T. HELM BOLD.
Druggist anil Cheinlsf,
Sec that the private Proprieta
ry Stamp is on each bottle.
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A FKEKTKST TRIAL
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HEALTH riESTOKINO PADS
W !II aend one of onr 11 KALI II HKSTOfr
I Mi I'ADS lo any luvnliil Mftliiti'd with I.Wir
roinplalnt. CHILLS and KKYKIt, INDIOKS
TK)N, CUS'nVKNKs.s, - N-rvtittn Headache,
I)y(.pi.pi.ia. .Nervona Jli'hllity and Impnre lllond,
:f they nlll Kind tin their vmntoiiiH ami ari-
cl rem and a'P'O to in'nil i. .'.uil If It rflVrts
a core to their entire Hitllnfiiiilon. olheiMiso
there will be nu rliarKi:. We wlli do thla to con
vince the public ol Ihe ipniur vuluu as a
OF OUP, PADS.
And (hat they will do all wn my As this oftnr
will nereKfarlly be limlti'd ill niiiiilier. HI! hllllll
theri luru, aa early applliatlnn will lie mailit, Ad-
dreif. Very Kefpeetlitlly Yotirn,
1)11. 1. . W. KdltllMS,
K4 Klin ctrt'ct, Clucluuml, Ohio,
rii)li.'lnii 'pi ak In Turin of I'ra'i-e In liivor ol'tho
I'lSeiNSATt, June sh, ik;.
Ilav1i,!2 had imiecoio'ldernlile neo n h in i n oi , ueh
the npi ration dl' the J'ail. I run eolii li.nilou.ly
ri-roni inriid it rh mi exeelli'lit reliti'ilv In ul) .1... .ii.
encef lor whlih llr. I'orhen t imn-i 1 H in.,..
IH.. I. II AI.I.iiWIJLL.
'.m (iiur'e siii.., t Iih'IiiiiuiI,
What llev. Jowlili L'tnery, tlm well kuiiHii city
I'lNeiNKATl. .Innel.l), fr,.
ttuvln tr had II loni acntinllitaiKe ulih Ur I'..
I urn mitirfied that whatever he reeiuiinii'tiria In,
u cotiwi'-aiclouhly, ami will prove all they iirnniie.
lixtraou from a few of ihu Mnnv Leiteia Ireniiuuily
rei elvi d HI the Oilier. '
otii' cnyn: - "1 feel thHi vonr hnl hnf mveil mv
lift-. Aiu.lherany:-",ni. pH(l I.iik Jiiht readied
liiy niKc. It hiiaenllri'ly reinovi d my vuatlM'iiean
and I'litiriKitleiit Mirk l!eniai hi. A noil,,.,. .i.....
. U i in K I'll r.,n KliY.
"iniirl'ail Mlli'lided triitlv Id biiHliieaa, nml In
forty i'k'lit liiiurh 1 felt im well anever." A rtotlixr
Yoiirl'ad hHM iireil ineol lllllloiMicpa and a tor.
ild Liver. Bin heller ihatt I hav been ti twentr
yean Mill ailolher ai:- I late rnilnrnl .11 ) .. .
Iiorrnw i-row Injrout Ufa torpid Liver anrl )Vlnupa.
Alter uhiiib yotir pail all ihehi ill. leii tn'n.' Oim
hiorei-"! have nn'd year I 'nil with perfifilr ati.
lie lory reri.l.it. kid uhui'rfntlv nh.himiI o,..n.