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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COtNTY.
M.B. Ilarrell, Kditor.
poR SUPREME JU DUE-FIRST DISTRICT.
1 hereby announce vny.elf a candidate before tin
pple. at the ct.uins June ik-diou. in the Fir
Judicial District, for the otiUe of Judire of tbe M
ptur. conrt. .luHN 11. MI LKEY.
Bares. SMth 1K0.
IX)R JUDGE OF THE CIFK'UIT COUFT
X1 FIRST CIKCLIT.
We arc anthorir"d to annonnce Dasiix M.
KnowMitu. of Franklin count, aj- a candidate tn
Cirrnit Jnri2X', in th J-'irm i'l'euu, -uhiicc to (be
dfcinion of ice Ucmixmtic Judicial (.'onventiou to
be trld in Cairo, ou tue mb dajr of May.
Ve are antlorized to RnuouDce that Hon. Jamk.
. aub.bx. of illiamwn county. Is a cand
calrforthe oltice ol Circnit Jtidtre. for the Hr
tirTiil. jemect to the derinon ol the Democratic
JaiJicial convention to be held in Cairo on the tiU
vay of May. ifcTS.
We are attthori;eI to annonnce John M. lismn
a a candidate for Circuit Jndt' in tbe riret
cicial Circuit, aubject to the dedoion of thu Deuia
eratic Convention. ,
Path) J. Bakrr will he a candidate for ("ir.-tii
J adze id tbe First Judicial Circuit, at the election
wbt- h id on theCd dav Jnue. (i7V.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE FIKST
Acting nnder a resolution adopted on
ihe 34 day of April, 1879, by the Demo
eratic Judicial Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of eaid circuit, to be held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. m., for the purjwiso
ef nominating tl;?e candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under the liases 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 Tildcn and
Hendricks electors, the counties comjiosing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
, f tjnventioQ to th? following number of
delegates, vu :
Alexander ft Pope i
franklin TTulaski 9
Hardin 3 Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union II
.Tohnwn -Williamson 5
It is suggested that the Chairman of th
Democratic Central Committee of cacl
county call a convention for the purpose
of selecting delegates on Saturday the M
day of May, 1879. W.W.HakR, ,
Chairman Judicial Committee, j
April 4, 1879. j
Chisa does not appear to have had her
pleasure promoted by the legislation of
Congress looking to restriction of the im
migration ot Chinese into the United States.
Hong Kong advices state that the passagl
l the anti-Chinese bill and the subsequent
eto attracted great attention among the
atifes. The vernacular newspapers of
HoDg Kong and Shanghai, especially the
former, wer; extremely bitter against the
proposed measure. They claim the protec
tion guaranteed by the treaty, and draw
pictures of future relation and exclusion
of Americans from Chinese soil, and exag
gerate the consequences to America of tie
withdrawal of Chinese labor, but Fpeik
with moderation, though firmness, of tie
reactionary movements of China on heroin
To be proved a liar seems to be acceptel
a sort of matter of course with ever
aeofthc three prominent editors who
aave placed themselves into an atitude of
hostility to the F.ads' jetties. The inavtcrlv
aoncr in which Capt. Eads has nailed tin
lies of the Cincinnati Commeaciol, canntt
1 fail to ficitc the admiration of every pet
Mil .who fuels an interest in the grown
aad development of the commerce anl
thevariuui auxilnry Industrie 0f the Mii
alauppi valley. That men occupying tlo
positions that Murat IhUtead and Joseph
Medill occupy, ahould, io the interest of a
j-ival project, indulge in utterly groundltw
tlandera of Capt. Eadi ud is tie sort pd-
imbli' nriil alistinl ftilsehomls conci'rning
liis great work now a pronounced success
-passes all comprehension. Hut, with truth
OB his Ki'le, and an ability in the field of
fim'usicu equal to that of the mom learned of
lils assailant, Captain Kads will eause each
an 1 every one of them to regret the day they
nailed the great project he has hrotiglit
to a successful conclusion, with the weap
ons of falsehood, and ill-grounded ridicule.
But why, the reader is ready to inquire,
do they lie, so unhesitatingly? The an
swer is that they expect to lie, paid for it.
Ik the suggeMion that seems to come
tmm .Jefferson county, that the Democrats
of the First Judicial District hold a con
vention for the purpose of nominating a
candidate for the Supreme Judgeship were
bucked by a single valid reason; if the very
few Democrats who favor a convention
would or could tell us why a convention
should be lipid, the suggestion would com
mand all due attention. Hut the absence
of any necessity for a convention is so con
spicuous, and the reasons why a convention
should not be held are so numerous and
forcible, that Democrats everywhere receive
the suggestion that a convention be held, as
the out-giving of busy-bodies and mischief
makers. No complications have arisen
none are likely to arise that will result in
the election of u Itcpubliean. There is no
Republican in the field, and it is not at all
likely that there will be. This being true,
and it being the sincere w ish of Democrats
to keep the contest as free from the taint of
party as justice and fair dealing will war
rant, the movement looking to a party no
mination excites very general opposition,
and in some localities downright and out
Had there been, anywhere in the South,
a counterpart of East St. Louis; had the
murders, assassinations, not and scenes of
bloodshed that have disgraced East St.
Louis during the past three years, occurred
anywhere in the South, every Republican
paper in the North would have howled itself
hoarse over the blood-thirstncss of the uu
regenerated rebels, llut East St. Louis is
in the North and almost within the shadow
of the dome of the capital of a Republican
State, and, as a consequence of that fact
and for no other reason, the lawlessness of
its citizens passes unrchuked and almost
unnoticed. But we have an assurance nw
that the bone of contention in that "dear
damned, distracted town" has been removed
We have reference to the Metropolian
police force, appointed and maintained in
office by police commissioners who claimed
authority to act under commissions lrom
Governor Cullom. This police force main
tained a faction in power for a period of
two or three years after the people of East
St. Joui bail repudiated it at the ballot
box; and, although peace could have been
restorcTI and the rii'ht of the majority to
rule been vindicated at any time by the
removal of the Metropolitan police force,
who were to the Wilder faction of the city,
what the Federal soldiers were to Kellosr"
in Louisiana, yet they were not removed
until the courts stepped in and declared the
law under w hich they were appointed as
unconstitutional and void. We know noth
ing of the piatter except sv we ham
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i.UUUgll Ull' IJUUIS JIIIJIlTSi uiii nu
know enough to know that East St. Louis
has been ruined in her reputation and seri
ously damaged in all her industries and
material interests by the scenes of riot,
bloodshed and murder that have been en
acted in her streets during the past three
years. Years will not wipe out the stain
that has been put upon the name of the
city ; and, the Republican party of the State
of Illinois in power the while, should not
be permitted to escape its most damaging
share of the responsibility.
Sehious danger threatens every man,
woman and child living in a region of
country where fever and ague is prevalent,
since the germs of malarial disease are in
haled from the nir and are swallowed from
the w ater of such a region. Medical safe
guard is absolutely necessary to nullify
this danger. As a means of fortifying and
acclimating the system so as to be able to
resist the malarial poison. Hostctter's
Stomach Hitters is incomparably the best
and the most popular. Irregularities of
the stomach, liver and bowels encourage
maiaria-, 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 malaria by this matchless preven
tive, which is also a certain and thorough
remedy in the worst cases of intermittent
and remittent fever.
A Cakd. To all who are Buffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will euro
you, khkk ok ciiAHOE. Thin great remody
was discovered by a missionary in SoipJi
America. Send a solf-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station I). New
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they eta, buy Marburg Bro'a
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
THE DAILY CAIRO ' BUIKTIX: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1670.
I ll K MATTKH I'l.AIbY STATKD.i
The State Register sj aks very jilainly
concerning the negro migration aijd the
causes by which it ym leen P'"duc d. It
"The colored race at He south ie still
the victims of the a.lvhc of falsi hypo
critical friends and of the pradces of
selfish scoundrels North and Souti, who
deceive and rob them. Rcpublicn poli
ticians who, like John Logan, hunt 1 them
us fugitives when they were slave have
succeeded In obtaining a largo men iro of j
their confidence liow that tin are
free and have votes; and lippre
hensive that their power over the .ilorcd
votes will be lost, they stir up stri be
tween them and the Mcople of the .outh;
alarm them by lying represeutntio: that
thev will mraiii be mace slaves it the lemo-
cratic party comes into power, sin I fi that
way prepare the unlorunates to iiien to
the swindling representations of ilen, no
more dishonest than the Kcpulilicanleaders,
who tell them of the coiifortable hines to
be got for nothing in Kansas and in the
west, and by such means hurry them oil in
masses, without means, tolimitlie Jcgions
painted fortheminsucligliiwingcolifs. Ihe
American people made tlie negroi tree,
but the Republican leaders, like U llogg,
Packard, Blaine, Chandler, Garfield. Logan
Sherman and others, who lave kept alive
their prejudices and stiuuilited theii ignor
ant teal's to keei) thorn orgf.ni.ed ns a vot
ing elemeut, deserve deep damnation for
their hypocrisy and herrtlessness The
poor, helpless ones cwme f run the South in
ooediencc to their blind turs nnd ignor
ant hopes, ami the people, of the North
w ill, as they havedone torotliers.oiien their
hearts and their purses and provide for
their wants. I hcv arc touring the conse
quence of the crimes of the white race that
stole them lrom the r motherland and rob
bed them of their aJmr and of all the means
of culture and improvement of more than a
hundred years, mid ihey arc uow, indeed
God's poor, who hav a claim upon all good
men and women Still it must not be for
gotten that the pirate slave traders, who
stole their ancestors an I sold them on tin
continent, were not vorsc men than the
politicians who mish'ai and use them as
mere voting cattle to advance their own
The dkatii hatk P our cmintiy is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every ear, without any rea
sonablo cause, the d.-ath resulting generally
from the most msignigcant origin. At this
scam (if thu year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that
Fever and Lung trotibli has already set in
1 liousantls loose iiieu lives in tins way
every winter, while ha) Unshoes German
Syrup been taken a ciii' would have result
ed, and a large bill of ij doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of tin throat and lungs.
Rosehee's German Syiiip has proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its 'woiierfid effect. Over
i.j0,000 bottles sold list year without a
single tailure known.
Don't Re Deckivld. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cum their Cough with hhiloh'g
Consumption Cure. I)u they not know
that Coughs lead to Consuniotion and
remedy that will cure Consump
tion win cmaiu.y ani surely cure a
couiili or anv I u n r or throat trouble. Wo
know it will cure when ll others fail and
our faith in it is so positvc that we w ill re
fund the price paid if you receive m ben
efit. Is not tiii s a fair uronosition. Price
lOcts. .IO cts. and $1.0) per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shilolf
Porous Plaster. Price 21 cts. For sale bv
Vhv will you sufl'er Vitli the Dyspepsia
and liver cmnjilaint. Coistipation, ami gen
rid debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcts. and T j cts. For sale by Barclay
'H.u kmltack" a pipular and fragituit
perfume. Sold by litrclay Brothers.
Jackson's lust Sweet Navy To.
puKECI.Osnu; C)K MOliTfi.M.K.
state of IIIiiioIh, I Circnit Court of Alexander
County ol'Alexuiiiler ( County, Miiy term A. I). Wli.
Peter KoblervH. unknown ludrruf William Eblura,
FDreclonne of inorl(.'Hi!e. In chancery.
Aftldavlt IibtIiij! been Weil ill t ie nflice of the clerk
of naid circuit court of Alexiiuler county thai the
above named defetiilaulH. thenmuown beiraof Will,
iam Ehlern, di.TCBHed, on due aucciiretul Iniitilrvran
not be found, uutirc Is bereby liven to thu tufri dc
fendnutK. tlmt the compluluait filed 111. bill of
couipliiint ill kuIiI court on tlieclaneery nidi; IbiTi uf
on tlie'll.t day ol March. A. 0 is;n, and that u
Hiiini inif thereupon IhhuikI out d .uld court ncHlnrt
en III (lefeiiilanlH, reltiruulilu on tie third Monday of
May, A. 1). lSV'.l, aa In by law required.
Now, therefore, iinir.n you, ibe .aid unknown
heir, of William Khlern, deceared, nbiill icronal!y
be and appear before the faid circuit conn of Alex
ander comity on Ibe flr.t day of the next leim iheris
oi, to nc noiiieii at tne court liou.e in the ritv of
Cairo, in .aid county, on the third Motiilav of Sluy,
A. J. IHT'.l, and plead, an.wer or demur lo the .bid
complainant bill of complaint, the .ame, and uie
niatlera and tliluu. therein cliarned and .tali i,
be taken aa confeed. aad a decree entered aiahat
you according to the uraver of aaid bill .
John a. rkkvk. b o
(IKOlttiE KIHIIKK, Coniplalnaufaaiillrliur. '
Cairo, III., March Hint, A. 1). 1H7H.
Thciinderi'icncd, ailmlnlHtrator orraiain nf p,
II. Cain.ter, oecenaed, hereby (live, n, n ir-c ... .J
uhnm ll mii..m..,H II..I kUi m.J u .,. . . '!
" .... .UIUU 1111,1 UVIIHHKHIII I l'
HiidiT county court bin final report a. urh um,,,,
trator, and thut he will apply to nald rourt, at t
May term thereof, 1H;, anilTiiiake llnal .eilVm,,
Ufiil ll In. I.U l.rl,..,... y,i,.h .it n, I ., I .. .
JAMES lloltltIS, 8. Admlnl.traii'r,
K.TATI orWII.UAM M. ATHMTON. UKcKAaij,.
The nnderHlmied, hHvlnahnen appointed AliMn
latraior of the elate of William M. Ailirrlou t,' "f
tbe county of Alexander and lato of 1 llluiti ,i,,
ceaaed, hereby ntvea nollcn that ho will Hpneai '
fore the county court of Alexander county m , , '
conrt-bouaii in Cairo, at the Juno term, u 111
third Monday In June nuxl, at whlrh l ,
peraona bavin? clalma atialnut aald eaute ar ' . .i
fed and reiiue.teil to attend for the puro-al ,f ,'
ln the .ami; adju. ed. All peraon Indebted o ..m
Ualed tbli Wad day of April, A. D.
AKE-YOTJ GOING TO PAINT?
THEN USE NEW YORK
Keailv for n In wiiii,. ..i f.. n..., .
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Union, mul I. i'th ' , .'-t l o'ti. i?. iho ?.Vni ,,WT1 MKA,LI "' n nf ,,K'
NEW YOKIi EnVmei rwvr . , ., ,,y- . M PeterMiaru Pa. .Inn. Mill. Ist7.
Piiim In tlitn m.c-H.m .?r n!r.i;M.i.. "r"l.1.t:,,'r.,---.Wo vo .old lur-u qimutlllen ol your Enamel
Mini Hlilsb; unci they 11 1 I ho co ,,ri" aurl E l
uo our uumea for rdi reme. Itip.'. ilu ilv.
Addren- v .'v
Snmple card fro... .vmrc, NhW N
(JLOSSOIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
lii Trinee Street, New York.
'oial, Coacli, Funiitims Damar and all other VaniMirs,
liiiuiil ami Japan Dryers'an.l (ilos Oil. I
Our beiip ilns" Oil Yaiuiab. for the price, liai no
OUU DRY Ki8
Dry quli-k Hud will uiix with nil kiuJof oil.
TTl "Si r a a--vr-..-.H.
Atul have no rqnl; po l oiict tkil by tin? trade.
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it UUM, I w 1 T Ull HUT III lliniiiiiiiriiaii M,lllll HT nt'kT
' - - ' ' -- . m w i u nit uu
SAMPLES ami fiotation out witfc i.-anret any
Itenp'-tlfiilly Yotn,, '
OTJK NEW NO. S.
SO SHUTTLE TOTHROD
1 1 1 jnjj
hi a a .
The Best Hewing .Machine in the World!
Agents AVanted Kvt?ryvhero.
WHEELER & WILSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
NO. 415 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
IJFE ASSURASCE SOCIETl
UX I TK D
120 Broadway -
ASSETS, Jinf.I, 1ST4,
Surplus over .x Million Dollars.
The Most importan (piestion for those injuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONUEST?'1
The strongest company is the one which has the jiosT dollaks ok wli.l invested
ASSETS KOU KVE1IY DOLLAIt OK iai11I.IT1KS.
Of the seventeen largest life Insurance Companies of the United States, the ratio
of assets (excluding prciniunnotes) to liabilities, the Equitable is largest, being I'Ji.HO
The second largest is 1 10.77uikI the third largest 117.:L.
J-tTTliese figures aijfrom the official
incut, June 1, 1878.
Grow more popular every
Bay, and are made
Washingtox A. venue,
f'olom. mo nf utrlctly pure V hit" l.'H' .
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y du " J''" ''')"' W "
, . I II AI,r AN I v Oil A r r
OWK HXA.MKI, PAINT CO,,
ITS Prince SlriH'l, New York.
equal in the maik-i.
AlfK THK IIKjST,
auk riii: J5i:sT
I HUM nln i i nl I ... I ...... . i .
- llitri. Mil i; 1 c I Hi; .mile pi .'Ml!. Ill UlteUUllU.
time. Soilcitluc juur order. vk r-uaia.
ENAMKL PAINT A VARNISH CO.
AWARDED A KIKT
r PARIS EXPOSITION
'Louis, I o.
- NEW Y0KK.
report of the New York Insurance D-pr
Cok. Twelfth Street,
THE DAILY BPI.I.KTI.N.
rnrm m?s'M YEAK-.
i i 1 i -
.... i i ii " i nirii iinii' tiu i.nn i. ujiiii nt
Illl Jllr'ilith year ulib a romplelii i.ei
, ;ilttll ai.il a ili'teriuliiiitioii In n:u.e
iiiimrn 'l "" ri'.pceu wonby lln; ailppoil
I 111 Illl II or iu pairoii",
II II 1
Tl... I, ..I..- I, .11.
rublished Every Horning
Jl'lNDAVS K.( l.l'l I.U.
It ttlll ciuliiucc ill it coiunuinli. f
A A A
of Mich chaiaeter an we irtl.t Li..l
A A ;tirove the equal ol the ebeapcul fd
AAA AAA. ''l ul our coiiunjpuruii'".
wili.a It Illl. ulwu.va dolie, ailkork'.i'
' tin principle, ultiie Democratic par
ty. iitMliniMlmt thevemhodv the er..y
;mIm ipli . iijioL wfcii'h a li pnlilii&n
v t-i ij ui.-tit can be administer, d.
R While avowinntbi.ptirpn.e.il i. nut
I r t I i I i mieiiueii lo convev the n!eu that the
i.i.i.i.i.iw, paprrwillnphold'the party ri'fclor
.wroiii:. That which ll bein ve. to be
...... ...... wruuc " "ill denounce, fearlciv,
111 111 alway "bcwiuif to tbe line, and 'iti
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YY 'lr'' boiit.tly iijiEmeuU il to 'tu
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j j .',in'ui ni'i riinii.
. , ii uiiir. iiiMTi-a icr ii n
ei nt. per line for tir.t in.ertiou; t.e
iccnt. lor each .uh.cqucnt iii.eninr.
Notina ol death, and uianiav
twenty el-til. j,-r line.
AlHi tteriiijii and romniutiica:oi
"buuid be adilrc.td to
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The Cairo Bulletin
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E. A. Ill 'IlNETT.Ucncr'lMunarc
N UNPARALLELLE1) OFFER.
A FREE TEST TKIAL
HE ONE OK
HEALTH REST0KIXG PADS
We will eml one of our HEALTH nKKTor?.
INii PADS to any Invalid atllieted with I. her
imiiilttitit. CHILLS and KEY EH. IMilcm.
I'loN. CdSTlVENEss. Nervou. Ilc,l.,h.
liy.fiep.iii, Nervou. Debility 'and Impure lllood,
if liny will .end uh their fvniptuma and ad
dp... and rn'ree lo .end u $-.',oil if it tfl'crm
n cure to their entire ..itl.liietlon, olbeiwi.o
there will be no rhurite. We will (In thl. to con
vince the public of tbe .uperior value an a
OF OUU PADS.
Ami tlmt they will tlo nil wo .nv An tbi. of'er
will uece..iiiil.v be llnilieil iu ininiber. we 'hope
tberelore, nn early application will be made, Ad
die.., cry He.pectlullv Your.,
Dii. i. W. EOIIHKS,
ir-,' Elm treet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Phyflclu .peak in Term, of Craicr In favor uf ike
Cincinnati, June SR, lKTft.
Ilavinu bad .omeroii.idcrnhln acqtuiinlancc with
the operation of the Pad, I can conclfiiclout.lv
recommend It a. an excellent remedy iu all thetii
ca.in for which Ir. Korbeaconn.el. Ila u.c.
Slli titorRe Street, Cincinnati.
Wbut rtev. Jo.enli Emery, the well-known City
Cincisnati, June .111, 1NTM.
Ilavln x hid a lonjr acqualnlaiice with Dr. Korbca,
I am nticnVft that whiileverhereeomnienda he do, a
.o coiiBcicncloualy. and will prove all they proml.c.
DEV. JOSEPH RMKIfY.
Extracts from s few of the Many Lcttcra frenuenilv
received at the OfTce. ' '
One :-'! feel that your Pada Iinve raved m
life. " Another a.va:-Vmir Pad hna ju.t reacheit
myeiae. It haa entirely removed my eoatlveneea
nuu ciiri.i Hin'iu .-icn iiciinnciie. Alllltlier write
Vour Part allen.leil .irlctly to bualne. and Iri
foriy-elirbt hoiira I fell b well ii.ever" Another'
Vour Pad baa cured me or llllllousiieaa nnd a tori
pld Liver. am better than I lmv been In twenty
year." btil another aaya:- have endured all tbo
horrora prowlnpnut of a torpid Liver and Dy.pcpula.
After O-iDtf your pad all i,e uri iui'.'1 Ono
more hate ned your Pad. with perfectly tad,.
lct.r miirli, and t-hearfully retoraeud Ibem to