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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXASDEK COUNTY.
M.B. Ilarrell, Editor.
SUPUEME JUI)C;2-FinsT D1STKICT.
I hereby anno'-.T-.oc inyfU n candidate before the
people, ut tl.e cuhuIiii; June election, in the First
Judicial District, lor the office of ,ludt;(' of the Su
preme court. Juus li. JlL'LKEY.
-March iHth 181ft.
UOR JL'DGE UK Tim 01 HIT IT COUHT
r FIRST CIRCUIT.
Wo aro authorized to unnotu.ee Daniel M.
!!kowvi.(, of Franklin countv. aa candidate fur
circuit Jiid-e, In the Flint Circuit, subject. ti the
decision ol the Doumeratlc .IndUlnl Convention to
be held In Cairo, ou thetith day of May, lSl'J.
Wear" authorized to announce that lion. Jamhs
M. Wahiihi'un. of 'iliiam"U countv. in a candi
date for the ottlee of Circtilt Judje." for the First
cireuit. (tibjeci to the dci'Muti of tho Democratic
Judicial convention, to be held in Cairo ou tho Mu
ilay of May, T,'J.
We are authorized to anuotince John- M. Lanshkn
c u caiididnte lor Circuit .ludire. iu ih Firt Ju
dielal Circuit, subject to tho decision of tho Demo
David J. Bakeh will be a candidate for Circuit
tinder iu the First Judicial Circuit, at tho election
to U- held ou the 3d rii:y June, ISTll.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE FIKST
Acting muler a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1879, by tho Demo
cratic Judiciid Committee ot' the first cir
cuit, at a meeting; held iu Cairo, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to Le held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day 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 Committee of ono delegate
for each two hundred votes aud one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred votes
over one hundred, cast for the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
J'!" C-fCUit will each be entitled in the
tu.nroatLa to .'! fallowing number of
Alexander CPopo 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin 13 Saline 5
Jackson 10 Union 11
Johnson 4 Williamson 8
' It is suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of 62lccting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day of May, 1879. W. W. Baku,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
TWO SHU'S ON TIIE SEA.
The noon sun fell nitilesslv on n, little
black school -house in a little bleak town.
At the tinpainted and battered desk a gin
sat reading, glad for the silence that lay
around her, when the door whs suddenly
thrown open and u child entered with the
exclamation : "A letter for you, Miss How
ard!" She took it, looked at tho bold address,
and reading, found this:
"Miss IIiiwakd Your brother Frank is
sick. Inclcsed plcis 'd find a letter of his
Bat w.'io was Barko Waring, and how
did Frank come to know him?
Frank did not get well in a day; so, for
many weeks. B'lrke Waring had not only
to write his letters but to read to him Mar
, jjaret's replies, and a strange interest grew
up in his heart for the unknown girl so far
away. Otw day there came to her a letter
like this :
'Miss Howard Frank is well now.
Will you write me for my own sake? Very
truly yotm, Buuke Wahimi."
Next diy's po.,t carried her answer:
v "BurkeWauinci I will.
An odd smile plyt.,i rti,out ttl(, ,,,
Jipt ni he n-ad the brief ri-plv. He looked
Ktit more than once. Why? For the smc
reason that you anl 1 turn to look after
,, omo people in flu struts, while others
pass by unheedj.l. S i tVir a-fiuuiiitaiiee
ieijin, und to Margari't. living so much
within herself. Waring' h-ttfin were
glimpics of a far-fiif world which she hud
known only through books. Only once did
, it occur Ut her that she was violating cus.
." torn, tlurt tho thou.'cht haviHg little weight,
One afttrnoon a trangercamc to tho vil
: laf hotel and enquired the way to the
acLool houo. The landlord, glad of ar
flppprtunity to be of game use in tho world,
gave tno desired information, otter which
that incurious person, casting a shrewd
glance at the roll iu the muu's band, bland
ly asked :
"Goinjj to give a show there to-night?"'
"Nothing public, sir; nothing public,"
and with an easy sw ing the stranger
walked away. The work of tho day was
over when he reached the little school-
house, but inquiry enabled him to find the
person whom he sought, and, as Margaret
entered the house after u walk, her mother
met her with tho information that Mr. War
ing waited her in the "best room." With
out removing her hat she entered and go
ing up to hiin, extended her hand, as sho
"Uurk Waring, I am glad to sen you."
"And this is .Margaret Howard!"
Tossing her hat carelessly upon a table
near by, she sat down. After a little, see
ing that ho was closely watching her, she
said, half defiantly :
"Well, what is your verdict?"
The same oueer smile came to Burke
Warning's face that had followed his rend
i n T of her first brief letter to him.
"You are younger than I thought, and
more slender and girlish. rranK neer
told me your age or discribed you in any
way, so i Had tormed .my own uteai.
Whether I am disappointed or not, I will
cave you to determine as our accquaint-
"How do you know that it will progress? '
"You cannot help it , und I will not."
"I may try."
Half vexed, she laughed. If he had
been a little more humble, she would
not have liked him half so well. It was not
flattering to her vanity to bo told that she
was at the mercy of tin's man's whims, but
she did not rebel half so much as though
one of lrer own sex had given her the same
assurance. They made a strange picture as
they sat there those two she slender,
pale, almost weird-looking; he tall, elegant
and strong in his glorious manhood, Tho
room was large but bare, and tho white
walls stand down upon them in a ghostly
sort of way. The floor was unenrpeted and
the furniture hard and plain. She saw it
all, and a bitterness crept into her heart
that she never known before, for while she
realized how little luxury she had seen,
she had never until now had her own pov
erty brought strongly into contrast with so
much quiet ebgancc. As they talked he
said to her with apparent carelessness.
"You aro a very independent girl to write
me without an introduction."
"Outside of tho fact itself, pray what in-
troiiucnon was necessary to tlie man wiio
wtis kind to my brother:"
"None, but custom makes it so."
''It is true, Mr. Waring, I know little of
; i .... i..... . r . J i . a
society ruies, out a correspondence seems to
mo something which our own common
sense ought to regulate."
"I have referred to the fact that you have
allowed it to do so as an evidence that you
are independent in action."
"I cannot see that it requires much inde
penitence to io what is agreeable and m
w hich one sees no harm."
"I think it requires much of that quality
to put public opinion under foot, since I
hold that a fear of that same public opin
ion is the governing principle ot nine
tenths of the world."
"You must remember that my circle is
not a large one, hence I am freer to act
than one who sees more people."
"I will remember that I have met a
young lady who dares to do and say what
she thinks is right, and that is something
ot an anomaly at the present time.
After a short silence, he said, with a
merry twinkle in his eyes:
"Miss Howard, shall vou 'hold forth' in
yonder 'temple of learning' to-morrow.'"
" J Ii ut is my expectation. W hy f
"I was only wondering how I shall man
age to pass the time until you will be at
liberty see me again that is all.
She said nothing, but wore the annoyed
look that a country school teacher would
be likely to wear upon such an occasion,
well knowing that a dismissal of her pupils
would hriiig upon her head tho harsh criti
cism of inquiring patrons, although she had
fully determined to brave it. Soon aftcr
Waru Jicr companion bade her her good
Slis sat for a long time where had left her
and thought upon this now revelation
which the book of human nature had
opened to her, wondering if the world, of
which she kuew so little, held many such
men. He, instead of at once retiring upon '
his return to the hotel, took a cigar and
dwelt far into the night upon this girl wh"m
he had just left. Perhaps there was a tinge
of sadness in his revery. One thing is cer
tain, as he laid down hi cigar the smile
was less bitter than it had been a few hours
before, ami the man was none the worse for
his dreaming. Who shall say it was
chance that brought them together?
The next day as he sat at lunch a noto
was brought him:
"Mr. War i no : I have decided not to
'hold forth' this afternoon, and if you feel
so inclined, I should be pleased to have you
call. "Marharet Howard."
Of course he called. That was his ob
ject in coining into town; and like the rest
ot bis sex, he chose to make the most of
his opportunities. 1 was about to say he
found Margaret in one of her best moods,
but this would not be exactly true. She
Inul done some very foolish, but at the
same tim.i very natural thinking, and
formed some very absurd resolutions, one
of which was not to betray the letuA in
terest in this splmdid fellow, who was
probably amusing himself by visiting her
in one of his idle times. Thus for'titlcd,
she met him for tho second time, and there
was less defiance in her manner than she
had shown during the previous evening.
His questions drew quaint rcnlies. ind she
seemed for the time to have forgotten all
social differences between them.
After tea they took a short walk.cominif
back to sit in the moonlight while thev
talked on all srtrts of subjects. Waring
found that his companion had read much
and carelttlly; that though her thoughts
were expressed in crude, there was a terse
ness ami originality about them which
compelled the respect of the listener. Tho
contrast between the two minds w,i
marked. His sentences, though often
brief, were always eloinuit ki...
was one of tho timny who think
without words.leaving the superstructure to
be added when it should be needed. Her
excuse for this was that it is useless to
cumber the mind with so much when the
ragged skeleton ot a fact will do as well;
to all of which he refused assent, claiming
thut nothing is l,mt by putting on a
thought' best clothes, even though said
thought never leavci home.
THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 1879.
"Have yon always
town, Miss Howard:'
"I ask because in many vnys you sur
prise me. You are uuliko mist young la
dies whom one meets. Your insertions are
bold and positive, and you speak like one
with a larger knowledge of aieii and the
motives which govern them thin could pos
sibly havo come to in this quiet place. How
do vou explain it?"
.-. . ... ..!..!. .I...1 a. 1-
"IJO you moot, iiu-a, uiui pcupio urn b
very different? Do not the same passions,
powers and motives that sway one affect all
to a greater or less degree? IVelieveit;
and when I look at the petty triii and in
justices and jealousies that make nH or un
rest here, 1 draw my conclusions rtganling
a larger world, made up ot the mime men
and women, controlled only by cinunistau
"But these differences are the vuy influ
ences to which I refer what do yu know
about them ?"
"Practically nothing theoretically every
thing." "You aro not contented here."
"How do you know?"
"By looking at you. I have alrcalv dis
covered that only duty keeps you whwe
you are. '
"Wh.it duty? '
'The duty you fancy you owe yoir re!j
"Then you would have me understatd
that I actually owe nothing to those wlo
have sacrificed much for me j"
"I would have you understand that yu
owe something to yourself in the wayof
culture aud development something tiat
you will eventually seek elsewhere becaise
you cannot find it here. , In this self-cxian-sion,
which must come, you will eonfj a
larger benefit upon those who look to vou
now for material assistance."
'What if I tell you I am thoroughly
"I shall not believe you. But you dare
not tell me so. Yours is not a natire to
stand still; and three years hence yoi will
bear me out in tho assurance that yo can
not endure it."
For many minutes they sat in slenec,
then suddenly turning toward her, Id said
in a voice that was rarely tender :
"Margaret, may I tell you of mv lfi i"
"Do you care to know it?"
"I care to know, all you may chrisc
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IT.' Elm trei't, t'liiciniiatl, Ohio,
l'liyclclunn Kpeak In Terinn of Pruiini In favor of tho
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