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OFFICIAL rAl'ER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. IIarreU, Kditor.
jOR triU'.y.K.H'D'iF, niWT DISTRICT.
"1 hereby ahnouhrc. myself a oant1ldati before, (ho
people, at tho cumin;: June flection, iu thti First
Jadicial I)itrlct,.lor the ofa.-e of JudKe of the Su.
rerac court. JuIlN II. MCLKKY.
March '.Mth 1879.
lOR JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT OOfHT-
X" FIKST CIKCL1T.
M'c lire mtthiiri.i-d to annoiiDcu Dsir.t. M
Khowmno.oI' Ffankllu cotmty, ma candidate for
ircuitJntl):ii. In tho Firm Circuit, mbject to tin:
dclrtli of tho Democratic .Judicial Convention to
uc It-Id iutalro, ou the Hth tlay ol .May, 107H.
Wfareaoihorieilioaniiorjocfi that lion. Jameh
m. Wahirirn. of illiamaiin county, la n candi
date for the olflcc of Circuit Judgefur the Firat
tyreutt. auDH'tt to tne dertaion of th Uemoc.rntic
Udicial convention to bo held in Cairo ou the Utu
day oI.Mny, I evf .
Wo aro anlborlzutl to anuonncc Jons M. Lanhdkn
Hp candidate lor Circuit .J iiduo in the Kirnt Ju
dicial Circuit, auhject to the dcciclon of tho Drmo
DiTin J. Baker will he a candidate for Cln nit
.ludcein the Flirt Judicial Circuit, at .the election
to 1m- ili-ld on the;'tl day June, 1K7U.
TO THK DEMOCRATS OF THE FIRST
.U DICIAL CIRCriT.
Actiuij nntler a resolution adojiteil on
tbe3dday of April, 1870, by the Dcino
iTatic Judicial Committee of the first cir
tuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do licru
liy call a dcleguto Convention of tho Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be hold in Cairo,
Illinois, ou Tuesday the sixth tiny of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. m., for the -purpose
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 Committer of one delegate
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for rach 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 G Dope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin 3 Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4 Williamson 8
Miwsac 4 1 ,
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 oi May, 1879. W. W. Hahii,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
special CoirecDondcucc to Ihe bulletin .
Washington, April 20, 1879.
The astonishing success of the new loan
as proposed by Secretary Sherman has
proved an other set back to the Greenback
agitators. That a combination of 19 bro
kers iu our principal cities should have been
formed to take $ 180,000,000 worth of gov
ernment securities at n stroke, proves at
once the wisdom of the refunding scheme
and the confidence which the peaple feel in
the ability of the government to meet its
obligations and the general stability of the
'taurines, lu view of the constant and de
termined agitation for a change in the
financial policy, this is very gratifying.
The promptness with which the govern
ment offer is accepted will be a great ad
vantage in an economical as well as politi
cal point of view, for the expense of nego
tiating loaus heretofore has been largely
due to delay. "Hereafter there will be only
smooth wiling fr ,nir financial department
in spite of the agitators.
Senator Kellogg has reintroduced tliu bill
tf last session providing fur a mail contract
by steamship lines between New York and
New Orleans t Brazil. It will be recol
, letted that tho senate passed this hist wv
won, tho majority ot senators of both pur-
ties taking the ground t hut it was essen
tial in the interest of our commercial re
lations and our induhtries to do something
to improve communication with the gn at
South American markets. The house,
however, refuses to pass the bill, under the
cry and subsidy and the pretense that the
bill was for the benefit of John Roach, the
eminent ship builder, who i now running
a line to New York. Mr, Koneh lias since
withdrawn from the contest, saying that he
cannot afford to continue it. The hilt,
theiviore, is to stand or fall upon its merits
before the members, as nobody is urging it.
Since congress refused to puss it last ses
sion, the Canadian government has accept
ed a proposition to run a line from Ila'ifax
to Brazil paying a liberal subsidy, mid the
plain fact is thai we must do something in
that line or lost; what little trade we have
in that direction.
The success of the bill for the construc
tion of the refrigt'nating ship to disinfect
vessels supposed to be importing yellow fe
ver has induced parties in the southwest to
negotiate with Prof, tiamgee for the organ
ization of a company to build another ship
to be stationed on the Mississippi river and
to make and supply ice to the cities there.
The new process bid fair to achieve great
success both in a commercial and sanitary
The strikers and blackmailers who have
made war upon dipt. Eads touching his
Mississippi jetties are having a hard time
still. The latest reports from New Orleans
official and unofficial, shows that the assured
channel is 27 feet deep and will be more
than 30 feet in a few weeks. What these
strikers want is to be bought off w ith a little
of the money that Cant. Eads is to receive
from, the treasury in a few days. But the
Capt.is too old and shrewd a man to be
caught with that kind of chaff.
The post office officials who have been here
in session a few days yesterday took an ex
cursion to' Harper's Ferry and thereabouts
for enjoyment. They signalized their advent
there by singing praises to old John Brown
but singularly enough on their return they
were treated to an entertainment of a dif
ferent nature. At the point of rocks their
train stopped at the same time that the tip
train from Washington came up. On
board the latter train was a negro under ar
rest for a horrible crime, and a great crowd
was in waiting for him. No sooner had he
arrived than the mob seized him- dragged
him a few yards away, ami hanged him to
an arm of the sign at the railroud cross
ing, iu full sight of both trains and thou
sands of people. It is remarked as rather
disgraceful to our institutions that such an
uulawful and horrible mode of punish
ment could be possible almost within
sound of the Capital. The end of the de
bate on the appropriations seems tti be far
ther aud farther away as it proceeds; mem
bers are prepared generally to have their
summer wardrobes sent forward.
For The Cairo Hitllctin.
BY OLD TRIM.
It is written, in the spelling-book, "when
men suffer their imagination to amuse
them, they frequently sustain real loss."
Some of our fellow citizens of Dongola and
vicinity, imagined thai they could refuse to
receive a lot of ornamental and fruit cions,
which they had ordered from Mr. Smith's
nursery at Carbondule, and that Mr. Smith
could not collect, even if he sued them.
Mr. Smith sued them and they now con
cede, that their imaginations caused tliem
to sustain loss, for he collected oil" of every
one of them.
A Reverend once said "that he verily be
lieved, the, longer a man lives, the older
he gets." We believe him, ami he should
have added, "the more he learns."
Last Saturday Charles Bushcndorf and
the widow Woodiird, got into a big row
concerning Busheuilorfs wood pile, he ac
cusing the widow of manipulating his
wood, in a manner, not to his notion.
High words ensued, too high to put on pa
per. Finally the widow knocked Bushcn
dorf duwn with an axe. They sued each
other, nntler ordinance number (1, and were
both fined three dollars and trimmings,
Some how whisky gets up lots of trouble
Had Bushcndorf been sober, perhaps, he
would havo avoided lying iu the Calaboose
The eventful day, Easter Sunday, having
been past nearly two weeks, and but little
advance made toward balmy spring weather,
the weather prophet had better consult Trof,
Tice. It may be that lie can explain the
matter aud tell them the reasons why the
spring season is so very backward.
On Wednesday, 16th inst., the weather
turned quite warm, and it did begin to
look spring like, but in the afternoon of
said day the thunder began to mutter am
the storm king came rtishinir forward
in his majesty, and about three miles west
of our village, poured down tons of hail
Some of the farmeis report that , their
growing wheat rrop was littently rut to
pieces by it. The result is, a portion of
that "broad smile," has disappeared. W
hope the damage is not so heavy as report
ed. Luckily fur us, the storm in Dongola
was light, though hail stones fell rapidly
for A few minutes. Wo linvo been a citizen
of lower "Egypt" for the Inst thirty years,
CAIRO BULLKT1N; WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL M, 1879.
and in all that time have not witnessed so
severe a storm of hail.
Thirty yean ago tho writer taught
school In a little lg hul near Wctaug.
This was about VI years prior to the rebel
lion, nud three years prior to the biirveying
of the line of the I. C. II. II, when
Jonesboro, Thebes, Caledonia and Cairn
were the only towns in the counties of Al
exander, Pulaski and Union. Reader, if
you are young you have but a faint idea,
of the change, iu the country, the times
mid i he manners and customs
of the people wrought (luring that interval.
To hint at them, is all we venture on in
these items. Thechange in the common
school system, has been great, ami we know
for the better. 'Tis true we have too many
teaching, who have missed their calling;
nit the half of thirty years will bring the
hen living, in advance of what wc now
have to contend w ith inetlicieut teachers.
Instead of the four and five fingered old
Armstrong reaper, then in use, wo now
have the latest improved horse power rea
per. One redeeming quality of the people liv
ing thirty years ago, is worth mentioning.
They did not murmur and complain of
hard times ouc-fourth as much as the pro
pie of to-day. To grumblo and complain
has become chronic disease among the
people. With granaries full, pantries run
ning over, and all muflled up in "store
clothes," the ceaseless cry is 'hard
But here let us stop, for it is too bad to
have to read a lengthy newspaper article.
Wc therefore close these items by saying to
"Amy," wiito again for Tiik Du.i.ktis.
Your article iu last week's issue, is worth
the price of The Bi lietin for a whole
Seiiiocs danger threatens every man,
woman Biid child living in a region of
country where fever nnd ague is prevalent,
since the germs of malarial disease are in
haled, from the air ami are swallowed from
the water of such a region. Medical safe
guard is absolutely necessary to nullify
this danger. As a means of fortifying and
acclimating tho system so as to be able to
resist the malarial poison, llostetter's
Stomach Bitters is ' incomparably the bet-t
ami the most popular. Irregularities of
the stomach, liver anil bowels encourage
malaria; but these are speedily rectified by
bitters. The functions of digestion and
secretion are assisted by its use, and a vig
orous as well as regular condition of the
system promoted by it. Constitution and
physique are thus defeated against the in
roads of nutlm-ia by this matchless preven
tive, which is also a certain and thorough
remedy in the worst cases of intermittent
and reinitteut fever.
A ("Aim. To oil who are suffering from
the errors ami indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I w ill send a recipe that will ciiiv
you, kiikh ok chaiiok. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in Sou'h
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Dev. Jos Km T. Inman, Station 1). New
Notice. to all whom it m ay him i k.n :
The I 'airo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed bv myself.
E. A. Bckxktt.
Ten Cents Wohth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Chew Jackson's licst Sweet Navv To
JOUKCI.OSl'Kli OF MUltTtiAi.E.
sitale of IllinoiK, I Circuit Coin l of Alexander
County ofAleximder i Couuty. May term A. It. isty.
Peter Holder va. unknown hclrx of Williiim Killer,
Foreclosure of morlKiiire. In chancery.
Affidavit hnviK been Hied In lite office of the clerk
of ald circuit court of Alexander county that the
above named defendant, the unknown heir of Will
iam Ehler. flecciiMod. on due and careful inquiry ran
not bo found, nut Ice I herein eiven to the aiiM ill..
fendimt. that the complainant tiled hi bill of
complaint in Hiltl court on the chum-cry itle tlieritif
on t lie .net (lay oi .niircn. A. l. ikth, Mil (I tnitt a
atliiltiite tiieirup.ni iFPllcti uilt of iild court ii'ailist
nld defendant, returnable on the third MontTav of
.May, A. 1). 1ST, a I by law required.
Now, therefore, utile you. the raid unknown
liclrHiif Wllllum Kbler. deetiBKcd. hnl personally
be mid appear bel'nre the ald circuit mutt of Alex
ander couuty on the tlrt day of the next t,.rm there
of, to lie hidden at the court hone In ,.jtv of
Cairo. In ald county, on the third Monday of Nluv,
A. 1). 1S71I, and plead. anwer or demur to the ald
complainant' bll1 of complaint, the hiiuic. anil the
mutter and tlilui; therein charged nnd t iit-tl w ill
be taken a conleed, and a decree cnti-rcil ii"itiut
you according to the prayer of said bill
JOHN A.HKKVR.t leik
(iKOHOK FISHHM, Complainant' nnlit-lt. r
Cairo, 111., March Dint, A. I). 1H7H.
IOTICKOK FINAL HKTTLKMENT.
TheunderMRnetl, administrator of etatc(,r ri p
II.Catnter, deceacd, hereby civea nntire tn'nli
whom It may concern that liuniin Hied (n t. Alex
ander county court hi llual report n u li adinii,!
tralor. and tliat ha will apply to ald court at I lie
JUv term thereof, is;n, and inake fliinl Mtli-ment
and ak for hi dl-chamo " ucli n 1 n 1 1 n i t n t . r- '
J AMKH MuKKIs. S. AtlminiMrattr.
DM I N t ST II ATI) K'S NOTICE.
KSTATK or Wlt.MASI M, ATIIKKTON, tip, yy ft
Tho underaluned. bavins been appoint,,,! ,,n.
lirutor ot the entitle tif William M. Allirrlon . of
the county of Alexander and lnte uf lliii d.
ccaacrl, hereby kIvc notice thai lie will utii,,.,,!- bo.
lore the county rnnrt of Alexander rimntv- ,.t the
court-houe lu Cairo, nt the June term' ',, he
third Monday in June next, at which . e all
pe ron bavins claim amilnat ald c.tate ar ' Li '
fled and requested to attend for the ituruo.e ,r hi,
lutt than,o adluafd. All per,,,,. UCl aald
Dated tula Jtd day of April, A I) nt-n
AKEYOU GOING TO PAINTi
THEN USE NEW YORK
Sumplo ca,d n-t,,. Al,,lr,;" WW VOUK KXA .M KLPAINT i .. '
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rjLOSSOIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
17 Prince Si reel, New York.
Conul, (WIi. Funiitui'p, D.iniiU' ami all other Vaniislips,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and (Moss Oil.
Our ch'-fiji t.lo oil Varulli. f. r the price, ha lioctpml in the market.
OUR DRY llllS AMI: TIIK HKsT,
!r.v quick nud will mix with all kiiitU of oil.
OUR VAUN1SIIKS ARK THK JJKST
And have uo equal; so conceded by ihe trade.
vt cnno every ineility to innmitnclure coed ol flrl
piumpi cii-ii wiiy, nuu mm: mrj;..- client nee in ine tiui!it- ami cjivo the same pi ri.Mi.iil attention.
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OUR NEW NO. 8.
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The Most important question
PANY IS STRONGEST?"
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Ol the seventeen largest Life Insurance
of assets (excluding premium notes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, l.ein j)
The second largest is 119.77, nnd the third largest 117.:12.
HrThese figures are from tho oflicial report of the New York liisuninee Depart
ment, June 1, 1878. ,
TON T I N.E 1'OLI C I IS
Grow more popular every tiny, and are made a specialty.
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Cini-isiati, June isr.
I In vi iil' had someconsitlernble aenuiili.tunr.. uio.
the tiperiitlon of the Tad, I can i-nndc nclously
recommend It as an exccllciil remedy In all the til
ene for which III', l-'orb'' counsels Its use.
IMC. I. II Al.l.OWKI.L,
j;iH.t-ore Mt-eei, t Inelnimtl.
Whiil Key. ,lo,eiii Lniery, the well-know u City
, , cimi.snati. Jnnean. IRTS,
llav nu had a loni ariiiniliiiance will. Or t.-,.ri,.
I am sails tied that whatever he 1 onimeiitl. he iloea
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Prove all thev n.i,...i.n
ExltacM from n fey of tho Muiiv l.eitera freniienilT
l-ece ycd at Ihe lull. ,, 1 '
One any! - "I feel that your I'ml have saved my
life," Anolhrayi Vcitir I'ad ha.Jtisi reached
invcasc. It has entlrelv relnoye.l mv en.iU.,,,.,..
aud conaetjueni Sick lleatlnehe." AutUher write:
Vour i'aif aileniled strictly to business, nnd In
forl.v-f liiht hour I felt a well a over." Another:
"lour I'ad ha cured me of mm. .... ...... ..... .....
jild l.lv. r. j am heller ihau I hnv been lu twenty
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