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8CPKKMK JUDUK-KIHST T)!s VlitCT.
.. Ikerebvannonnre invavlf a canilirintn before t be
peopi)!, at thvciiniiu! lunc eleoiion, In the Kiritt
.latficial PiKtrict.. fur the office ul .lndc of the Ml
ramecourt. .KII1N It. MUI.XKY.
March lh l:a.
iS0B Jl;DE K Til I'. CUtrVlT ConiT -JP
KUiST CI ltd IT.
. We arc authorized to annouuee Daniki. M.
tinowNiNd. of Fruukliii cohiity, an a candidate for
;irc.DH.!uiItf. In thii First Clirnll. aubject to tho
orcinlou ol tho Demoeratie Jadicinl l unventioii 10
beheld in Calm, on the Mil day of .May. lHTtl
" We ar nthorled to announce tliutllon. Jmw
. Waaiiaeiis. of il uninon cnuiiiv. ih a cioidi
date for thp office of Circuit .IikIl'c. lor the Klrat
.Btreuit. anhjocl to thti decision 01 Urn Democrat iv
ivdiciai convention to be Held in t a.io on tne oin
rtayof May, lH'.fl.
We are anthoilred to auunume Jons M. I.anhio.n
aa a candiilatu lor Circuit Inline In the First .In
lltial Circuir. subject to the decinloo of the Demo
Dvm J. Bakf.ii will ho a cnuiliiiaie for Circuit
lodge in Ihi! Flint Judicial Circuit, at the election
to bt Lrld ou thciM day June, 1ST!).
TOTHK J)KM0CBATS OF THKFJK'ST
Actin; under a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 187!), by the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of tho first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do Iiltc(
by call n delegate. Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo,
lllinoiH, on Tuesday the sixth day of Slay,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. m., for the, purpose
of nominating three candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to lie voted for at the
ensuing J une clcctiou. J
Under the bases of representation
adopted by the Committer of one delegate
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for fach fraction of f.vo hundred votes
over one hundred, cast for the Tildcn and
Hrndricks Hectors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
delegates, viz :
Alexander o Pope A
Franklin t l'ubiski -1
Hardin a Saline ."
Jaeksou 10, Union 11
Johnson 4jYilliniiisim H
It is suggested that the Chairmau of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of selecting delegates on 'Saturday the Dd
day ot May, W. W. Hauii,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1871).
Tiik Illinois penitent iiirieu contain, at
this time, about two thousand convicts
oTer four hundred at Chester and over (if
. tw o hundred in Joliet.
Kknatou btgan says "the people are
wake." Certainly they are. And a Dem
ocratic House and a Democratic Senate arc
the results of the awakening. While the
people slept Giantism played die devil with
things generally. The awiikuiing was
Komk ltd low who claimed to know all
about piaeuculttire wandeied into the Mad
iton, Wisconsin, State fish-hatching estab
liahraent, tbc other day, and gave It us the
mult of bis experience that nothing made
brook trout grow so rupidly as common suit
dissolved iu the water where the young
were feeding. The suggestion was ueted
upon, and in tho morning it was found that
the size of the young fish hint been doubled
during the night. Over a million of them
were found lying on the top of the water,
Tbe Chicago lK-rald complains that,
although Chic m maintains the largest
And boat n?wsiupcr In the United State,
the Louisville Courier Journal steps in mid
procures from the merchants and nniniiftie.
tururs of Chicago a thotiauud dollars worth
of advertising for a single iMie, In i nn
fatting that Chicago sustains the hugrst
Mid belt papers In the United Stated the
Benld prove itself n uurcavoublti jji urn-
blcr. If as that paper agrees, Chicago dors
her whole duty mure than any other city
dors for her local papers, it becomes the
extreme of hoggishness in Chicago papers,
to lcgnidgc the shippings-over of Chicago's
liberality that an- gobbled ii ly other
papers. If tin- Herald has t lie feast, it is ttn
Hpeakubly mean to di;uy Jo out-siders the
shakings ol it.s tablecloth.
Ami so, after ail the talk, the "Midgets"
will not consummate a matrimonial alliaued.
Whether the nmteb was broken oil' because
the four pound mite thought t lie ninepound
masculine a "great bear of a fellow," or
whether a heartless parent put the expect
ant bride in his coat pocket and swore that
the expectant husband's fortune w;is not
equal to the support of a family -whether
for any of these reasons the match is "oft-,"
we don't know. The ill grained editor of
the Chicago News, in Hosing a notice of
the broken-oft" mutch, says it doesn't make
a M n H. of diffe rence. How does he know!1
The probabilities are that it makes several
Hon. D. V. Vdouhkks' speech on the
Army Appropriation bill, delivered in the
Senate on Thursday last, was, perhaps, the
most masterly and telling effort, made in
Congress since the days of Webster, Cal
houn and Clay. The floor and galleries were
packed. Knthusiaisni could not be res
trained; and at the clo.se, the crowd that,
surged and pressed about the speaker to
congratulate him. was so great that for an
interval of five minutes, orjtintil Mr. Voor
hecs left the floor of the Senate, it was
impossible to proceed with business. A
like ovation was never paid to any llcp
rcsentative, since the the foundation of the
Cor.sr Scuot:vAi.oxK has retired from
the Kussian Ambassador ship in London;
and the opinion is expressed that he will
succeed old man (JortschnkolT, as Chancel
lor of tin; Hussiitn empire. It is hoped, in
the interest of the peace of Europe, that
this is so. Old (tort is bloody-minded, and
has long Iwcu recognized a the leader of
the 1'ussian war party. Hut for the milder
counsels of Schouvalolf, to which the Czar
gave ear, Hussia, crippled as she was by
her war with Turkey, would have been
plunged into a war with (beat Britain a
war nut of which she would have emerged
a badly whipped and terribly curtailed em
piie. (!ortsehakofl"s counsels would have
led to precisely such a result; and Europe
will breathe freer when it knows that the
super-initiated, cross-grained old statesmen is
relegated to the enjoyment of his gout and
ill-nature, in the quiet walks of domestic
Wk. auk a little curious to hear how the
Republican members of the Present Gen
eral Assembly will explain to tbe people
their numerous and most damaging and ex
asperating short comings. We arc anxious
to hear the excuses they will render tor
w asting four months of time to hear them
tell how it happened they did actually
nothing, and how they did not (as the peo
ple know they did) constitute the laziest
and most incllieicnt body of law-makers
that ever congregated in Springfield. Un
fortunately for them they can't shilt a single
particle of the respon-ihility to Democratic
shoulders. Tin y have a majority in both
branches; they have the President of Sen
ate and the Speaker of the House; they
have tho chairmen of all the committees
and working majorities in all the com
mittees. The Democrats were utterly
powerless; the Republicans omnipotent.
And all this they will not dare to deny:
but will be competed to confess; tind,
confessing it, the people of Illinois will
deserve all the ills that can follow such
oizincss uiid inetlicieney, should they fail
to administer the deserved rebuke to the
party that is undeniably responsible.
. Nkvixs, the Springfield correspondent of
the Chicago Tribune, wrote to Ins paper
that he had been told that a member of the
House of the present General Assembly
had received $l,iiiKI for his action on a cer
tain bill pending in the House; ami fur this
statement, which any citizen might make
of almost any other deliberative body in
creation, with perfect impunity Mr. Nev
ins was brought bt fore the bar of the House
where it was demanded that he make him
self more specific. No man assumed that
the reputation of thn House rendered such
assaults harmless. No member insisted
that the charge was false. On the contrary,
the House acted upon the (very reasonable)
assumption that the charge was true. That
much seems to have been regarded as es
tablished. It was only asked of
Mr. Nevins that lie name the man! This
he refused t ) do, snd he was Imprisoned
for contempt. Lying in jail awhile, he whs
brought out, and still refusing to name the
$l,o(m fellow, he whs cxpel'cd Iroin the
flour of the House, and discharged from
arrest. And it Is thus that the Republican
General Assembly of the State of llllnoia
fritters away Its time, and brings disgrace
upon the State, aud Invokes for itwlf the
tVDtrnipt vt tlit pec-j'lc.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
THE HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION.
The Scruggs' bill fur a law prohibiting
the establishment of High Schools asn part
of the common school system, and provid
ing for the abolishment of those already
established, has passed the House, and
ought to pass the Senate. There is no fact
Itctler known to the people than the fact
that our common schools, and especially
those maintained in the cities are losing
their ledd upon the affections of the people,
because they have, in such a marked and
undeniable maimer, overstepped their legal
and constitutional limits not. in the inter
ests of the many, by the way; but in the
interest of the comparatively few. Let the
school law in other States be what it may,
there is and can be no mistaking the school
law of the State ol Illinois. Laws to pro
vide and maintain public schools where
in all the children of the State
may acquire a "common school education,"
or an education thnt is indispensable to the
good of society and the happiness of man
kind such laws are warranted by the con
stitution ami none other. To determine
this much, requires no knowledge of law.
The language f the constitution is plain
and absolutely unmistakable, and he that
reads can readily understand. If the good
of society and the happiness of mankind
require that every child of the land should
master the luuguacs, should study the
classics, and master the professions of the
phouographer, the draughtsman and the
book-keeper if a knowledge of all this, or
even a part of it. constitutes a part of a
common school education, then are High
Schools, under the protecting icgis of the
constitution and laws. But as no man of
intelligence insists that a common school
education covers a knowledge of the
branches named, it follows that no man of
intelligence will maintain that the High
School additions have the warrant ol law.
When defended at all the defence is based
upon other grounds, and argument is met
with rhetorical gush about designs against
"the glorious educational in-titutionsof our
fathers," which the high school is not,
"by a long shot.'1
Relieving as we firmly do, that unless the
tendency of our public, schools to usurp
the functions of our colleges, is arrested,
that they will soon lose their hold upon the
affections and their claims upon the support
of the masses believing this, we hail with
pleasure every attempt that is made to
bring them within the limits and
under the sanction of the law. (Jive to
every child of the State a common school
education lenru him how to read and
write, and correctly speak his "mother
tongue,'' familiarize him with elementary
mathematics, the science of civil govern
ment and the laws of his being -let the
State do this, and it has discharged its whole
duty, in that regard, to its citizens, and the
citizens (who really endure the burden
created br the expense) have performed
their whole duty to society, to the govern
ment mid to one another. This we believe
to be the sentiment of the great mass of the
people of Illinois to-day; ninl the hill of
Mr. Scruggs, to which we referred at the
onset, is but the legitimate out-cropping of
Why wii.i. yoi: allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more strums maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Rosthee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale m the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Ltuig Di
esscH.lt is Dr. Roschee's famous German pre.
seription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, anil no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as pi r
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 lailure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 7o
cents. Try it and be convinced.
You MtST Cl'UK THAT CoCCII.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tad that
Consumption can he cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat snd Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
licve your child of (.'roup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can ell'ord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
aud if what we say is not true we will rti
fund the price paid. Price 1(1 ets. ,'i()ct.
and 1, 01) per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiluh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
llAVKyou Dyspepsia, are yott Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, ninl 75 cents. Sold by
Wi'.i.i.'s Persian lVrtmtie "llacknietiiek"
Is rich und fragrant try It. Soul by itiutlay
Knvki.01' printed at theBn,i,KTi ofllce,
1.00 perM. Knvelops furnished nt Ht.
Louis wbolfak Llet prices for the net 80
SUNDAY MORNIMfi, APRIL 20, 1870.
A R b VO Q G O I
EN AMEI, PA LiNT.
Zlnr aJdVhS :"'l,r', n"",u ofatrlctly pure White Lend.
A S I ,!) s ( ! I 1 rl v ), h.f.h r,"llyt.T,bln.ud" rramed much ll.ii.domr and Cheaper and to last TWH ' K
t'nl .n and lHo Mhe m tw,!,"-v n,IB Mk,,! of ""'
NKW Y Hk! Vv a m i Vi'Y'vS,1" h country. M. Puteral.urn l'a...lim. HHh, 1K57.
Ilrit hi ih i :.rH w 1 -M;L i;0!.1'"l,,',nl".- We hvo aolil lur-o qiiantltiea of your Knamel
I, .. , . 'i . " r.' "D ''' '" iry. mi. ullpartlealmvineiudtlio am anak hk'l.lv of It durability
f rVxnoau'r." h .7, . . ! . ,nlx,,"r"" J"l
uhi, our naini a lor reterence. Itespecttully,
Maniple card free,
(JL0S8 OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
178 Prince Street, New York.
rojhil, Conch, Furniture. Damnr and all othur Varnishes,
Liquid and .lapan Dryers and (Jloss Oil.
Our cheap Clou Oil Varuifh. for the price, tm no equal Iu the market.
OUK mjYKIfS AUK TUN BKST,
Dry ii!ck Mid will mix with ail Linda or oil.
OUR VAHNISS1IKS AUK T1IK HKST
And have no equal; conceded hv the trade.
Wclmveev. ry racilitv iomaniifnclurcuoodHof fliH
Dromut cai-b onlv. and have nr-v rtnorl !.. I., o...
- - - r -
SAMPLES unit (I'.iotutuiin ent with pleasured! any
OTJ11 NKW N O. 8
mf H'lVfTifl M ti.'IC AN KSTKXM A I.
Mostly, III 'rtT 1AHIS K'N,'()SII1,N,
runt ttupidly. I ' ESfT'E',ii;-'r 1 W-1!
The Best Sewing Machine in the World !
Ajjonts Wanted Everywhere.
WIIEKLKtt cfc WILSON MANtJFACTUKINfi CO.,
NO. 41-5 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
St. I (iiiis. Nit).
A.(3Jil-, Cairo, Illinois.
LI FE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
120 Broadway, -
ASSETS, .Ji.xk I. 1S7S,
Surplus over Six Million Dollars.
The Most impoitant tpiestiou for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST:"
The strongest company is the one which has the most isuj.aus ok wki.i. isvwkd
ASSKTS KOH KVKKT OOI.UH OK I.IAIill.lllHS.
Of the seventeen largest Life Insurance Companies of the United States, the ratio
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, tho Equitable is largest, being K'l.H!)
Tint second largest is 1 10.77, and the third largest 1 17..TJ.
HTThese figures are from the otlicial report of the New York Ii.sM,n n
ment, June 1, 187H.
Grow mow. popular every day, and arc made a specialty.
A GKN 'JS OV V 1 C K :
Washington- A vex no, Co. Twelfth Stukkt,
N G TO PA.'INr.ri)
a voti represent. There cai be no hotter pi.liil
' " ej l,KANT AdltAKF.
i;s I'rinco Street, New York
- la quality at the lowe-t pd. ca. a, but lor
nn iiu 1 c tue .iiiiir pei eoiiai aueniiou.
time. Soiicitinj yor.r order we regain.
NEW YORK KXAMKL PAINT A VARNISH CO.
AWARDED A KIRS'I
- NEW YOliK,
-""nin.V, 'l IIIIIC
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TTT'ITTT jTKNTIi YKAK.
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! The Cairo Hrtlietln enters npn In
Jill llll teiitb year with a complete uc
i omul anil a oeiermiiiarion 10 imk
mi. 11... It In H roped worthy Vtie aupuoi
IIIIIIIIII !of il, patron.
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MONDAYS J XCKI' t b
It will 'inien.i, in ill. colUiiiiiMliii'
A A A
of nidi cbaianer we iihV, h',
jiiove the equal of tl;e rb-avm an
'ben ul our cimhiiupwii'lrw.
jijk t;i,i.j:i in
i:i,ait baxalHuya done, advoia
tbe principlea ultbe Dciiioemlkpa
ty. holding thai they embody tbc n!
;rmi:lplca npoii abidi a icpubhc'
,Kojeruini.nt nu bu admiuiaierai
I . W III H Viiirlm. '
I.I.I I II. -"'" lunyei uin idea tnai Oi
i.i. i.i.i. i.i. paper will uphold lh panr ri;liti
miii;. That wbicb It belieiea to t
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ill ill ;laj"hewiniotbellne. and U :
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Itni ai a nalc. mmul and rumo:,
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rortnree week, per aquaie til
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Ihaib additional nu.ua. c i.n
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Notliei. ul diniiiii nj mai r.a-f
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HEALTIi KKSTDiMNG PADS
We will end one of nur 11KAJ.TII IiKSTOK
IMi PADS many Invalid nf.lli led IUi l.lver
eoniplalnt. ellll.l.S am I KVK.I!, INDJUKS
I'loN, ( ()STI h.VKSs. Nerniuii Jkaduchc,
Dyapcpsla. Nervous liebllliy and Impure Itlood,
if they will end u their nv iripiumi, und ad
ilreaa aud atncu to nend cs J:J,im) if It etreiw
a cure lo tbeir tnilre mitSiiicinni, iiiheiwimi
tboru will be no clmrt'e. We will ,( t,H ,u.
vltieii the public til' the miici'h v.iji a a
or OUR PAILS.
And that they Mill do all any. Ac tliixoficr
will neeeuarily he limited In mrniher, hd hope
tberelore, mi early application Mill tu made. Ad
OreM, erv Iteiipectfullj Voura.
Dlt.O. VV. lOKHFS.
Mu' ("in utreet. Cincinnati. Ohio,
l'bjiriaii .piak In Terms of I'lainc in lavnr ol tho
ClNCISNMI, June H',I.
Hhviiil' had noinecoiixldetiible acqiial.itHiiee villi
the operation ul I lie I'nd. I can uncieiicli uinly
recommend Ii im nu excellent remedy in nil lliudla
eaic for hkli Dr. I'liitief rmiiiHvIa h ue.
OH..I. IIAI.I.HWKI.I., '
.'IlMoull-e Mierl.t IlirJllllilll.
Wbut .In.epli Kmery, I lie wclllinou City
lii-ilotiiir, , nuya:
Cincinnati. .Itine :st, ls;.
Ilnviip.' had a lonu' t mil ti t unit- w ith Or, Korbca,
I am HHllclled thai HliHti'Verlierecolnmenda lie dor
ao cofn-eleucioualy. and will prove all they proinba.
. ,, 1,liV. -losKPII li.KHV.
hxtfacla mint a rew ol I lie .Mbiiv Lctiura freoiicnlty
n eel veil HI tbe linn;
One any!-"l feel I lint i on i- 'n have unveil iny
pro." Another MB.va: -"Vriur Pad liie liiM reached
lliycile. It Inm eutlieli leniovi il 111 V coHtlyene).
,,,, ,, .,, ,uii ae. Aiioiiier v ritea:
our Pud attended mrlcilv to hiiKliienn, and In
fiirty-uiiihl houm I felt HM ell imever." Atiothrt!
" our I'nd ha cured me of tlliiulieaa and a tor
pid l.lver. am hetier Uihm hiiv- been i., tweni
va-. Ni; anoibcr ;-. ,a,udiircfl all the
horrors cio inj out id a torpid l.har ami Dvapupala.
AHerualnii your pad nil ihcwllla len mV ' (ma
mure:- " ltVl. u,Mt ynUr mi, n, p,.f,.ty thliH.
tactriry rrattl.a, aud uhierlully muatwud ttiem t