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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 25, 1670.
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iiinniitiit'.iiioj town nliject. of srcnernl Interest
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1 hereby araev.-.r.-c tnvelf n raudi'lnte before tht
T-rt. u the cwMiit-i Jiuio ek-cilon. In the Kirs;
Juuir.al llUtrii-t. tin- iln: ! .Iiul'.'c of tin- Sn
jin mi- court. juUN II. MI I.KKY.
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r V'llisT i lHi'L lT.
Wo arts m'.t'inii.itl to niiniu Dvstr.i. M
HlloH'M.vii, of Knuikliu I'oiintv. hk n rnni'.iiliili. (o
CirniiMiidiri', 111 tlm Kii"! rir.'iiit. niliicct to tin
ih'viMoii ol tin! Di'itio.':':;! u' .Indicia! l ouvi nUoii t(.
De liciU in Cairo, on i" "" of Vuy, lKV'.t.
W" r.re niitliorizcd In iilirioiinci! that Hon. Jami:
JI. .'f IIIU'HV. ol III III lllMiin county. In II Cllhlll
tiuto lor liic oflli-i! ol Circuit .ludL'o. for tlx; Ktrn
cir "..it. mliiwt to tin- decision oftliu DciiiDi nitii:
Judic ai coiivcntiim to be !rU1 in (.'uiro on tliu i.ili
ilr.y ol Jluy, lS.'.t.
V nro iimliOiizi'i! It aunnniirr .lon M. I.anmidn
k m can! date fori' mill Jinlire In tin- Kiit .In
licittl Ciivuit. biihjvct to llic decision of tin) Demo
Dav:: .1. Hakf.ii will Ii? n cnmlidntn for f'ir.'iiit
.Iu(ij;- in tliK r'iit Judicial Circuit, ut luu flection
to lit- tic'.d ou tin' id day .lime. IH'i'.i.
TOTHEHEMOCPt.VTS OK THE FIJiST
Acting under a resolution adopted or
the :)d day of April, 187!), by the Demo
cratic Judicial Committee of the first cir
euit, at a meeting held in Cairo, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ociats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May
1879, at ten o'clock, a. ni., for the purposi
of nominating three candidates for the of
fiVe of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at tin
vn"' foo ulwoltun.
L nder the i,S(.s " rcpreou..Mt;(jii
a l ijited by the Committee of one delegate
tbreach two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred vote
.-,.- .. 1 1 1 . c ., ,
"..i ui.i; miiiuieu, l.ist tor tue iintonniK
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the,
convention to the following number u
delegates, viz :
Alexander (1 P.ipo
i raiiKiin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin a Saline r,
Jackson 10 l"i ion nj
T . 1 . ,
loiinson 4 v, iiiiaiiis'jii si
It is suggested that the ( hemnan ff tlio t
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention fur the purpose j
of fleeting delegates on Saturday the :id
tlayof May, 1870. V. W. Rahu,
Cliainnan Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1S7D. '
The assurance, the braz"ii impudenceof
the Republican minority in Congress actual
ly astound honest men of both parties.'
During the fifteen years of Republican 11s
cndancyinCo.igressl('islut'oniasattaeli(d to appropriation bills three hundred and
eighty-eight times; and yet, upon the in-'
Mont that Democrats attempt to imitate
that example, tin; shaini less representatives
f that no h'-s shameless party, arise in
their places and denounce the net as revo
lutionary: The mere .statement of the fact
should disgust honest men the country'
A Gkuman newspaper published in the
neighboring town of Nashville "Volks-
Vilatf tu tt iiuum ct.joetn u U. .n,,,v
ment of laws to prohibit the sale and use
of intoxicating liq'unrs the minority, It
claims, slioiilil not be permitted to control,
in buch matters. "Suppose," urges the
Volksblatt, "the majority of a community
Kbould say it would be to the advantage of
verybody to quit usmg ,;,,,!ee and biscuit,
how woul, 1 it g ,he will, the majority
Tn . . 'S;;:7" 0,",,d' l-'H'
..f late, is ivlli. ,1 ti'jv.'.y aiHwereiMivtl,.,
, ..1 , , , , -
Jhudc Journal, as
meone w,,,ti, g lt n )r town,
'"1 k '' ff , " 1 " , 1 S ? M
which "com and biscuit" were
r J "1"
,!!. that had the t-flV.-t
and degrado a large purt of the romuHinity,
that trsnHformcd useful f:iti,"n into inibe-
cilm, that pi od need deiirium truiu, tlmt
ilrnioralizcd nml ruincil tlio youth, tlmt
mailt1 imuprrs and criminals for the honest
and industrious to feed and clothe and pun
ish mul pay for; about how loni docs the
Volksblatt think that colfcc and biscuit
shop would run?" At hiht accounts the
Volksblatt had not answered.
"UiVKUsa rest'' about the treasoimblu
utterances of the Okolona Southern Suites,
now, for we have found a counterpart of
that sheet in the State of Michigan. The
Grand Hapiils Kagle advocates the nomina
tion of Zacliariah Chandler as the Republi
can candidate for president in 180!
(ientli'inen of the Kepuhlican press, the
Kale is "a full" to your Southern States
Wkstkh.N sportinen who visit the hikes
iifMichigaiinr.d Minnesota for the duck
that abound there are subjected to great
annoyance from Xi.mv Kngland sportsmen
who come out on the same mission. Hie
Vcstern chaps set out their decoy ducks;
but scarcely an hour ever passes before the
bangim,' of tire arms tells the same old
story; the "decoy;," have been shot nil to
pieces by the Eastern sportsmen! Over pvc
hundred wooden ducks have been destroyed,
in this way, in St. Clair flats alone. It is
cxoooiling'.y nnnnying; but as the New
England chaps can't tell the difference, the
nnnoyance is likely to continue.
Cait. Kaiik' rcociil letter to the New Y"ork Tti'
biine in iinbllhhed in tint Cairo lii'i.i.KTis, which nil-
iniriiily alliu'.en to it nn nn "utterly cnti-liiii'4 reply
to the harsh, lll natareil iind ill-"iomiieil critlci-m
of the Clilcau'iiTi iliuiio, tl;e Cini liamU Commercial
und the Memphis Avuluuche," No doubt. It va
ijiiite crUHhim; lint for all that vccnels drawing lcn
tbati twenty-two feet lndiane to nrlko the bottom
In the twenty fiVi; font thaime. Memphis Ava-
The Avalanche threw this boomerang once
before. The vessel in question wus ground
ed by notoriously b?.d seamanship; and
since "(.'apt. Ends' contract docs not compel
him to provide good pilots in addition to a
good channel," the Avalanche's attitude, and
the means ernploy.-d to maintain it, are
anything in the world but creditable.
Certain- ".shrewd'' R.ton capitalists
have contributed if 100.000 toward the pur
chase of an . alleged bonanza in Urazil
Professor MilN, an eminent metallurgist
while making scientific research in Dom
Pedro's domains, was delight?1! by the di
cowry of gold, and investigation proved
that there was no limit to the area when
the color was to be found. He returned to
Huston, and was not long in getting capit
alists interested. A stock company was
formed, and Professor Mills was sent buck
with a corps of assistants and a ship loud of
machinery, only to discover that a huge
swindle had been perpetrated by native
sharpers, who had ' salted" the ground,
No n om can be created for Thomas A.
Hendricks, in connection with the Demo-
tT.'itk.. noimiiniion for li?80; for the reason
that his nomination over the head of Mr.
Tilden would be to disgrace Mr. T., and to
confess as true all the vile falsehoods, and
to concede us deserved all the infamous
slanders the Republican party has heaped
upon the head of that really great and de
serving statesman. Ye agree with ne of
our contemporaries who says that if Mr.
Hendricks reaches the Wliite House through
the election W), Mr. Tilden must bh-ze
the way. It will not do to nominate the
one without the other, and if both nro no-
,n"l"llt'-'l tl"y must s.tan-1 on the ticket as
'"'fore. Mr. Hendricks and his mhis Ms
ought to see this they .should read it in the
refusal of the people to -boom" at the mcn-
tion of Mr. II.Js candidacy. It is little less
than a blunder to urge his candidacy fur
the first place, and the only result will be a
further complication of matters suiliciently
"You Democrats are revolutionists," ex
claim the rotten, hypocritical Chandlers of
the Republican side of Congress, "because
you seek to coerce the President '" Demo
crats propose to do nothing of t(. kirn)
They propose to make ample provision for
army and navy and other departments of
the government, and leave the Presi
dent entirely free to veto the appropriations
or not, precisely as he chooses. It is quite
likely that, putting the success of the Re.
publican party through the villainy of
scoundrelly marshals and supervisors, above
all considerations of the public, good, the
Pit-oMeiii will Interpose his veto. If he
does, upon him and his party rest the con
sequences. Rut the Republican party never
coerced the President ! Oh, no! Such im.
sconi to do so-unh.8S a purty
advanta-ro sur-crest,,! p.... . ....
i the country who has reached
,iH sixteenth year, recalls the time quite
readily when these same Republicans who
areiioivhnut . t ..... , . ..
010 now liowonrr n lutnf .... . f
i."'uv mi tutus ni 01 1 no
with equal f(.rV()r tliat t., P,,Ki(,et I 0
bound to re p '
N Ifc,mbl,M of nJi,. i. t- ...
t.....,.,. . . . v ""nest,
iutelllgent man, can contemplate the Ten-
ure-ot-ofjico law, enacted by a Republican
:ongn..H wiUi no othor view than to coerco
Vwdent JoliLwn-co hoDfst, intelligint
Republican can contemplate this law and
then consider the present attitude of liis
party, without feeling in his cheeks the
tiiHoof the lluh of shame, This law
denied to the President the right to dis
miss his own advisers, when they became
abnoxious and antagonistic, unless the,
Semite consented to the removal.
For tiagrant and outrageous excesses and
assumptions of authority nnil breaches of
faith, Edwin M. Stanton waij removed by
Johnson, from the war portfolio, (iraut
was inadu Secretary of Vv'ar, ad interim;
but filsifying his own word of honor, and
basely betraying the President's confidence,
he surrendered the oftlee to Stanton's pos
session agaiu. The Republican Senate re
fused, of course, to concur in Stanton's re
moval; and thus forced upon the Proident
as a member of his cabinet, a- man with
whom he was at enmity, ami not even on
speaking terms. The President was thus
compelled to recognize 11 man whom he
held as a traitor and a spy in his
cainp,-"fis one of his "confidential ad
visers" and with a knowledge 'f
this iiut damnable net of oo-rcinii
ill the memory of every adult person of the
country, the actors in the inquitous transac
tion turn upon Democrats and warn tln r.i
"not to attempt to coerce the Pic-Mi nt." It
is not possible, that the majority of t)m peo
ple of this country, who hold in their keep
ing the fate of the Republic, will con
tinue to follow such rotten and shameless
leaders. It is not possible that the people
will close their eyes upon such glaring in
consistency, mtti ncss and hypocrisy a.-,
mark with the ineffaceable stamp of dis
grace, the present altitude of the R publi
can party upon the questions of tic hour.
Better things are hoped for. Thei" i- vii-
tue left in the ma-sos, and to work out the
end desired that vhtue teed liut
Keokuk Cor.stitutK.n: The Republican
scheme t inu;tc;:;g the ne;-or of tie
South to settle in tilt; Eastern. Mid. lie. ar.d
Western States is jtanning out pooily in i-
suns. 11 is ui-s;ii;Mving mt. ne.ws i-v
takiiiL: them awav from their comfort. .b!e
Southern bon,cs. and after brimn'' tiiein
North leaving th -m to starve.
Council R luffs iUi Wiicn in Con-
tress Hayes voted to iiiip-'ach Andrew
Joliiison for wli.it he thought to be a cor
rupt use of the veto jiowi r. Will Mr. Hayes
recall this tact and shape his own conduct
aceordinirlv.' Let him do his 1 1 1 1 v ami not
starve the public s rvice, nor silver unjust,
unconstitutional and partia:i measures to
remain upon the st.itue books of the coun
try. Boston Herald: When the resolution
proposing .1 trip to San Erancisco to wel-
comee.-Presjii.)t Grant, eanie up in the
Pcnnsvlvaniii Rouse on Ttiesihiv. a wair ' 11
the DenifHTatic side, moved to refer it to
the committee on vje,: and imn.orality,
and yet the impropriety of the reference is
not so mark-eel, in view of the usuil result
of a Pennsylvania h L'islative junket.
Atlanta Constitution: It has come to
pass now that when a K iHililiean liar de
sires to attract attention, he is compelled 10
tackle, di" hugest that can be inia'dncd.
Thus, for instance, J'rvc, ol Maine, w, has
11 reputation of thnsort to keep up, siiidthe
Okolona States, edited bv an Ohio carnet-
bago-er, was indorsed by "soon-sand icorees"
of Southern papers," This inal.'H I'tve
quite conspicuous :;s a Republican far.
Utica Observer: Little Johnny l):;v n
port, the oflic.ious Federal intcniiYduMe;- in
New Yoik City, lias filed a denial of the
charges made against him. He dies not
deny the "three thousand or more aires's at
the time of the election, but claims 'hut he
acted strictly within the bounds of tt" law.
The fact remains that lie did sont -thing
which no man or officer can do withisafcty
to our institutions. If he did it by virtue
of a statute, then the sooner that ibnious
statute is wiped from t he books at iYibh
ington the better. It cannot be domi with
too great dispatch. j
Food greatly beneiits when given pinper
ly at the right periods, but to ovcrfoii th,.
brby is to sicken it, and induce a degf. e of
suffering. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup if the
best remedy for the discomfort uiMng
from overfeeding the baby, j r ice cuts
Don't Bk Dkci-.ivkij.- Many pcix iu .ay
"I haven't got the Consumption" Uen
nsked to cure their Cough witli ShiM's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption ami
a remedy that will euiv Consiimp.
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know if will cure whtti all others fail ami
our faith in it is so pod five that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit, Is not this a fair proposition, jy;,.,.
lOcts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, ils siiiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2.") cts. F,. by
Why will you sufl'er with the Dy-iepsia
ami liver complaint. Constipation, u, ,,,,
eral debility when you can M at 01 , st7,n.s
Sliiloli's Sytem Vitali.crwhieli we sell on
11 iioniuiu Kuaninicc 10 cure y,,,,, pru,0
lOcts. and T: ds. For sale by '';ilviiy
"Hackmktack" a popular ami r,..J,.t
perfume. Sold by narclay lirotnSi
A Caiid. To all who are sutlVii,,, f,.,,,,,
tlie errors and indiscretions of y-mtl7 ner
vous weakness, early decay, m ,.' U1(ID
hood, &c, I will send a recipe tlmt vi euro
you, KKKK OK CIIAUOK. This Kn.Ht P(.m(Hly
was discovered by a missionary jn 8i)UfJ
America Send a lf-WrelPnv(i' to
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171! Prince Street, .Now York. "
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Liqunl and Japan Dryers ami Gloss Oil.
Our cheap l,!es 0:1 Vtrulth. for the jirice, lit- noc.jutU lu the market.
OUR DRYERS ARK THE JEST,
Dry ie,iiik ami will mis with all kinds of oil.
OUR VARNISHES ARE THE REST
Am! have no oijual; to conceded by the trade.
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NO. 413 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
fE ASSURANCE SOCI ETY
120 IhTnuhvay, -
ASSETS, .1 ink 1, !.:,
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hnrjilus over M. Million Dollars.
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' Of the seventeen lart Life Insurance Companies of ,,e United States, the ratio
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Tlie Mcoml largest is 119.77, ami the third latest n7..
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nicnt, June 1,1 7.
(Jrow more roj.ulur every .lay, ..nd are made a specialty,
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The Cairo JJullotin
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N UNPARAU.ELLED OFFER.
A FKEE TKSTTKIAL
OF ONE OK
d i j. li-oinu
HEALTH RKST0RIXG PADS
ii.icl.naint. Ollll.l.S and l-'f.VKI!. INIiIOr s
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Dyspepsia. Nervon, Dehility ,.ti.l Impure Ji , ,,,1.
it tliey will ..end nn thvlr Minpt,,,,;,. B, Ki.
dress and icree to (.end ni j.oii j o .,,.,.,.
a din- to their eniln. -Htit;... :. .
I there ivllll,,. no chaiye. We iv ihl , con'-
i.,i..- ,: diii- 1,1 tut; superior n iiu m
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all v.e s-ae As lli!n (,t!er
will necessiirlly lie limited ; neiuher, we heno
llicrelore, an early Hppliciitiou Mill l,,. ,,!,.. .j.
0rei, i v IOpi-i tlnlle Yoiiin.
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lii I.llti Mnet. Clnciniiiili.iJh'.o,
rii)lrlans -peak lu Terms of I'ralse In avor oftlm
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recoil incml un excellent I, m. dv lu nil l ,. "
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Mn;t ilev. Joseph Kiuery, the well-known fllv
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lliiviu l luu! n loni:iiciiiaiiilaiiee , o,. U.A,'
I mil satls'lcd llial lM.lever herec.)l,...1en.l,he , l eV
so cor .ci leiicloiily, mm will prove all u,,.v pr,,,, i
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my case, It h.i- cu.lrHy renin e y n Iv" ,
and consequent S ek llea.lt.ehe,- A roll cr vrl Tn
i our 1 Mlf aiie.,,1,,1 wrlrtly to hu-l.ie.H , , '
f:i'.',;'jKl,,,l f' h " well n.fver." Ann "V, ,
uoi i i. . V ' o ' eu ti.eol m llloiisiiesmind a l)f
, vi 'r Ml lutiollii-r nityn: Mse endured all l,
wf.UH.".',( 5""r " "K'H'llla lellnieT' ino
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