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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING; APRIL 10, 1679.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDKR COl'XTV,
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
I-argost Ciroiilutioii oi any .Daily iu
M.B. Ilarrell, Ktlitoi".
pon svruKMr. .n:iKiK-FiiwT district.
I liercby announce myself a candidate before the
people, at the eiisuing June ele' tion. In the First
Jadicial District, for t lie offlre of Jgdu of the. Su
imue court. JullN 11. Ml I.KKY.
March x'4th 1873.
IjKHt JUDGE OF THK ClTtrUT COUIVT-
X 1TKST CIKCUT.
We are authorized to annouuee Dakirl X
Bhownino. of Franklin county, a a candidate for
Circuit Jadsn, In tho 'irt circuit, subject to the.
oeelaion ol lue Democratic iluulnal Convention to
be beld in Cairo, on lueiith day of May, 187M.
We ara authorized to announce that Hon. Jamkk
M. Wamibuhn. of WlllluniHiin county, ia a candi
date for the office of Circuit .TudL'e. for tho Kirt
vlreuit. aubject to the deciiou of the Deniorratlc
Judicial cnnvoimou to be held in Cairo ou tbe tit li
day of May, lg79.
We arc authorized to announce John M. Lanhdkn
a a candidate for Circuit Jude;e iu the Flrt .In-
diciai circuit, aubjocl to the decision of the Demo
riAi-rn.T Rin m-tll li. o i.fin.ll.tat fnr flfr.iiil
clBrip-in iheFirNt judicial Circuit, at. tbe election
iw uu utm uu me -m uur ! line, lOiii.
TO THE DKMOCJiATS OF THEFIKST
Actinsj nuilcr a resolution adoptctl on
the 3d day of April, 18T9, ly the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a mcetinr held in Cairo, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. m., for the purpose
of nominating throe candidates for tho of
fice of Circuit Judge, to lc voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under tho bases of representation
Adopted by the Committee of one 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 tho following number of
ilclegates, viz :
Alexander 0 Pope 4
Franklin I'uhiski 4
Hardin I! Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4i'i!liamson 8
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 of May, 1879. W. W. Hakk,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1870.
Evkhy properly organized man or woman
would much ruther be ordered out of doors,
than become the victim, indoors, of that
lanpercillious condescension that says, plain
er than words can any : "Well, you sec we
tolcratcyouintlie parlor this time; but really
you ought to be standing on the door mat."
It is the brainless sell-innated My, among
(Imerican people, who are given to a pa
ronago ot their fellows; and uo right-
hinking person erer contemplates the
rada of aristocracy such people attempt
maintain, wi'hotit becoming siekeued
rotn the smell of cod-fish.
It Is becoming mmnfest that the evils
rom which the negrms tit tne houth
bought proper to "flee," are not so great as
how to which they "flew." Five thousand
them are now in the promised Canaan--
undrcds of them congregated in one place,
and. of coutm1. sulTerim ili'iirivutinn to
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which they have liitli-rto beou strangers.
prganiMtious have been perfected among
1) whites to find them homes among the
Jaruiers of tho State; but the progress: of
:hls work has been most dieimtuging, be
cause many of the farmers arc hostile to the
'addition of a Urge negro element to the
pt)puUtion of Kansas ami bccaitu iininy of
'tbe negroes, enthused with visions of com
fortable homes of their own and a living
'atiuost without labor, refuse to come out of
that realm of Imagination to settle down to
v. i - . L'uhuuu furm
aaru wora as a pon i" -
Und. The cuniefiucucc is that the grcnt
majority of them would starve, but for the
organized charity of the localities invaded.
Quite a number have started for the.South
again, ninl it is thought that when these re
turn the story of their experience will serve
to arrest the foolish stampede. Sunshine
to the negro is water to the duck, and no
where will he thrive as a:i agriculturist ex
cept under the genial sun of the Southern
Thk lltooklyn trial is not strikingly dis
similar to the council of Nice. One or
two of the bishops were soundly
thumped by their fellows, because of the
obnoxious opinions they expressed. The
Drooklyii preachers are quite as much in
clined to thump one another as were the
prelates of 15U0 years ago; but instead of
blows they exchange hisses ami applause.
Such having been the sottcning influences
of fifteen centuries, it can be hoped
at the end of another fifteen centuries
wo shall have the spectacle of brethren
dwelling together in unity. Dlesscd
Kvkn the sedate and austere editor of
the St. Louis Republican is glad that Logan
is in the Senate again, tor, exclaims he,
what is a circus without a clown? What is
the Senate without Logan? No one but
Logan could stir such ringing laughter
ou serious subjects hy exhibitions of un
concious ignorance. In his absence there
was no one who could wrestle with the
King's English ami get so many "square ,
backfalls" ironi his sturdy antagonist;
there was no one who could snatch so many
tail feathers from the bird of freedom, as
John A. Logan; and certain it is that there
was no one who could perform, in such
classic style, tho old Bowery theatre feat of
"wrapping himself up iu the stars and
stripes, tiring two horse pistols, and dying
in front of the foot lights, like a son ol a
gun." Consequently Logan was missed,
sadly missed, and his reappearance is re
ceived with shouts of welcome from the
national pit and gallery. The "Mr. Merry
man," of the senatorial arena, leaps upon
his native saw dust with his old agility and
grace, and turns Ids first rhetorical somer
sault with a lithcness of limb which shows
"Arc cannot wither Uim, uor ciutom stale
Hi Influitu variety."
Thk intelligence communicated, by au
thority, to the New York Herald, that Geu
eral Grant will not be a candidate for the
Presidency under any circumstances, will
be received with feelings of disomy by the
whisky ringstcrs, revenue thieves, carpet
baggers and scallawngs ol tho country, and
with feelings of regret by the Democracy,
The first named parties see, in the refusal,
an end to all their hopes of plunder and
profit; while the Democrats sec a harder
road to victory than that which the candi
dacy of Grant promised to open to them.
Against third tcrmNm the majority of the
American p?oplc are fixed, immovably.
The nepotism, the extravagance, the crim
inal waste of public treasure that charac
terized the administration of General
Grant; the turmoil, distraction and blood
shed that rendered three or four of the
Southern States so many hells on earth
all these things rise up in the memory or
the American people, as terrible to contem
plate as were the bloody ghosts that appeared
to Richard III on the battle-field of Dos
worth. Tin so horriti memories, coming
buck to us like frighful night-mares, tell
us we have had enough of Grunt, and of
tho men who closely surrounded him men
who protitted by his utter disregard of law,
of public policy, and of the obligations
under which he rested to shape his admin
istration so that it would operate to the
good of the many, ami not of the few.
These memories will not "down," nor will
't bo forgotten that his military
services to the country have been recog
nized and repaid, a bundled tunes over,
lie has deserved much and has been paid
much ; and in refusing to lead another strug
gle for a seat in the White' House, he is
controlled by a discretion that will save
him the mortification of a crushing defeat.
Grant's administration, viewed from
present standpoints, presents n thousand
ugly tilings leatures to condemn, forms to
cxecrute, and but little to applaud. Con-"
templating these things, four millions of
American freemen are ready to declare that
the country has had enough and more than
eniaigh of Grantism.
CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS.
It is absolutely alarming to know that at
least one-fifth of the men wo meet on the
street or iu public places, are prepared,
knowingly Hnd purposely prepared, to take
human lilu. Our law-makers, now in ses
sion in Springfield, know this, and they
further know that public sentiment in Illi
nois is ho hohtile to the practice, that any
law that will suppress it, will meet the
ready and enthusiastic sanction and sup
port of sll good people. Why, then, are
they so indillerent to so palpable a need?
The press of the South has commenced a
waifure against the terrible habit that
promises good results. The agitation will
1... 1.....I .!! I .1
I ui neoi uji until iuws are enscieo tnai will
make the habit too cxp'.'iiuve for uny man
to maintain. A Southern exchange says:
The proposition offered in the Tenncsseo
legislature, to tax dealers in lire arms, and
to levy a special tax on each pistol, bowio
knife and other weapons which can be con
cealed about the pcr.viu. makes a great ad
vance in public sentiment in this matter. It
is not very long since such a measure would
have received no encouragement in any leg
islative body. Now, however, it meets
with respectful consideration and it will
not be a great whilcbefure even more strin
gent measures will be popular. Of course,
stringent laws will not abate the evil, be
cause it is not an easy matter to detect
those who violate them, but if they are en
forced, their importance and justice will
gradually be recognized until public opin
ion will condemn the practice of carrying
concealed weapons ns strongly as it does
stealing. When that time arrives the reign
of the pintol and knife will be over. Mr. O.
A. Bacon, who has three times been speaker
of the house of representatives of Georgia,
and who occupies quite a prominent place
in the politics of that State, has lately ex
pressed some very advanced views on this
subject. lie says that he is of the opinion
"that all pistols should be outlawed
and banished from the State on
the same principle that we would extermi
nate all l attic snakes and vipers if we could
do so." Of course, if a person is deter
mined to commit an act of violence he will
have no .difficulty in finding an instrument
with which to carry out his purpose, but, as
Mr. Bacon says, the proportion of homi
cides or other crimes of violence in the
South, which are premeditated, is very
small. Nearly all of them are the result
of sudden passion and are committed on
the impulse of the moment. If it were
not for the presence of concealed w eapons
on such occasions, very little harm would
Why win. you allow a cold to ad
vance iu your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis-
eases.lt is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
seription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear uccd be entertained iu ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ol this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a tailure to do its
work in any cast;. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size To
cents. Try it and be convinced.
You Must Crurc that Cough.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, w hile for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to tho yoiiiigf.it
child, ami no mother can efford tube with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price It) i ts. 50cts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Po'r
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalize!1. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Wiai.'s Persian Perfume "llackmetad."
is rich and fragrant try it, Sold by Barclay
Thk Mkxican Dom.au. What is the
difference between the Mexican dollar and
'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment? One
does what it promises and the other doesn't.
The Mexican dollar says, "I am one hun
dred cents;" but when you come to invest it
you find it is only eighty-live, 'fabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment says, "I will cure
you of Piles;" and upon trial it is found to
doso in every case. It makes but one
promise to euro Piles; and does so without
failure. Price 50 cents a bottle. For sale
by Barclay Bros.
Cousskss' Compound Honey of Tau has
been so long and favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For coughs, colds,
sore throat, himrsoiioss,ete., it atfonlsspeedy
relief, and is a most plcasunt and efficacious
remedy, honey ami tar being two of its in
grcdicnts. The skill of the chemist ami
the knowledge ot a physician were united
in its preparation, the result being a com
pound which is the favorite remedy in this
severe climate, and has no equal as a cure
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis
croup, etc., Use Ccussens' Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Barclay Bros,
A Cahd. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, nor
vous weakness early decay, loss of uutu.
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will cure
you, khkk ok chahck. This great renieily
was discovered by a missionary in Soii'h
America. Send a self-addressed envelope t0
the Rov.Joski'U T. Inman, Station I). New
Fiust class cut cards at the Bui i.ktin
office at St. Louis wholesale privet. Print,
iug fl.00 to 1.50 per thousand.
A R tt YOU G OIK G TO PA. 1 NT t
THEN USK NEW YORK
in, ,m yi a1 lille nut over die Itundred Dinerent Colors, made or strictly
i . v, f'lne,'rt ol,l ehemlcally combined, warrniilcd much HaudMinicr and Cheaper
Ai I.O.M. as uny other I'lilnt. it lias taken tbe K1K.1T I'UEMIU.M ui twenty of tlio
.r.W lUKK KNAMKI. PAINT i:0:-eiillmiiim.
. ' "u l" ' niiesi iioiinch in iiiu country, m p.iiiirMlini'ir V
1 alii I I this sect Ion ol the country, mul all parlies liavluR used the siiiiid speak hlulily of lis durability
lind llnlsli: and they tlnd the colors mid mixtures Just us vou represent. There can be no better piilnl
tor exposure to hunt and cold, und any oiiminItikU oncu will an rely do so u"uln. You have privilege to
uu our mimes lur reference. Hci-p
Siiniple card free.
n LOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
173 Prince SI reel, New York.
Copal, Coach, Furniture, Dainar ami all other Varnishes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers und (Jloss Oil.
Our cheap (;!or Oil Yuruleh. for the price, has uo equal In llie market.
OUR DRY KMS A UK T11K JJKST,
Dry quick mid will mi with all kinds of oil.
OUR VARNISIIKS ARE TIJK BKST
Andhuvu no equal; so conceded by (lie trade.
Wthavc every facility to manufacture goods of tlrst -
pron pi casu oniy, aim nuve iiire experience in tne uusiui sa auu (jive tne same persotial attention.
S.t.MPI.ES and quotutioiu sent with pleasure at any time. Nollcititi yonr order we reisaiu,
XEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT & YARN I Sll CO.
OUR N'EW NO. 8
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,,,,,P)y AMERICAN CENTENNIAL
Huns Krieily, jf$J .Mt?3 1870.
ciuir-ily, I 1 PARIS EXPOSITION,
and Kiipidty. A 1878.
The Best Sewing Msichme in the World!
.Aleuts "Wanted Kvoryvvheiv.
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A iron t.
IJ KB ASSl
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120 limulway, -
ASSETS, Junk 1, 1S78,
Surplus over Six Million Dollars.
The Most important question for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST?"
The strongest company is the one which has the most im.m.vus ok wki.i, inskviko
A SHUTS KOU KVKtIV DOI.I.AII OK UAMMTIKS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, (lie ratio
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being 121. (in
The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.U2.
fcflrThcHC figures are from the official report of the New York Insiiiiince Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every day, and arc made a specially.
AG KNTS OIFlCK:
Washington Avkntk, Con. Twelfth Stijeet
pure White l.einl,
ii i id to IhhI TWIdJ
Htulo l'nli'H of the
H . ,1111. 11 I. ISVl.
Wo have, sold lmne quantities ul' your Kniiniel
I ll kl 1,'ANT . lil!AM'
YOltK KNAM Ml.'l'At.NT CO.,
l'.S Prince Street, New York.
cliiss quality at the lowest prices, an we buy for
St. Louis, iMo.
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K. A. HI'ItN KTT, Ccni r iMauai r
HEALTH PA PS.
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X UXPARALLEI.LED OFFER.
A FKEK TEST TRIAL
oh" ON K UK
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HEALTH RESTOKIN,; FADS
We (lilt send fini nf An. tir.-l'l'll iM.'t'i.j.f.
I N 4 i PADS in 11 11 v invalid unll,-i,.,l u.lii."i
ompliilni. ( llll.l.H and KEVLl:, INDKiKS.
. .. . """- iiefiiiiicnc,
Dyspitpsla. Nervous Debility and Impure, Jttouc,
II tliey will send ua their svinpiums ami ad
dress ami Bi'rei! to send S'JOt) If it eflerts
a cure to their entire sulisfseiior. othmnisu
there will be no iharuu. We wil, io tliis to con
vince llm nubile ol' the , ..i,,,, ., u ..
OF OUR FADS.
And Hint l bey will do ul I ami ny, An thin nftrr
Ulll IHtri'HhHrllv 111' lirtiilnil In IHI11.U..K ii.. I, ......
therefore, an early application w illlm madu. Ad
dress, ery Itespeeii'ullv Vouis,
17'.' Elm street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
Physicians speak In Terms or I'ruisc in favor of tho
'ini:i:inaii, iliiiin a, ism.
IL'ivIiie had someeonsliieriilile uciUiiliitatice with
the operation ol the I'm!, I can coiieieiicloiisly
T'coniiiieiiil II us an excellent remedy In all llie dls
vaseb lor which Dr, Forbes counsels is use.
DH..I. MAI. LOWELL,
' iVil (iMirgit Mreet, t.liiclniiail.
What J!ev. Joseiih Kmerv. llie well kinmii city
Cincinnati, .I une m, isiii.
Hiivtnc had a Idiii; neniialntiincn w lih Dr. I'mlus,
I am sallslled Hint w hiiteverhurecoiuiiieiidH lindoeN
socoMscleuclously, and w ill prove all tliev pronilsu.
DEV. ilONKI'll kVlKlty
Extracts friitii a few of the Many Letters Ireuiumtlf
received aUhe Oftlcc, 1 '
One savs!- "I feel Hint jour I'nd huvn siimwI mv
pro." Another snys i- Voiir I'ml ms )ul reached
my ease, Il tins entirely reinoved my com I vein sh
Hint coliseqiletlt S ek Hemlnelie,11 A not her w rites:
'Yoiirl'ad alteiidml strictly to business, and In
fiirty i'llit hours I felt as well as ever." Another'
"Your I'ml has cured me of lllllloiii.ness and a tor
pid Liver. I ntu bettor lluiti I liuve hern Iu twenty
yean " KMII mini her su.vsi- I nvu emlitred all tbo
horrors ttrow lii(rout. ol a torpid Liver and Dvspepsla
Alter ualnc your pad till these Ills intnim'' o,,u
morel- "I tuivo used your I'adi with perfectly aatls
Inrtmy rcanUs, and ebuerl'iilly recuineod lUfm to