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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY h 879.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. HfirreU, Kditor.
pOH bUPHEME JUDGE-FIHST DISTINCT.
I herehv announce myself a candidate hefore the
people, ai the ensuin,.' June election, iu the First
Judicial District for the olllce oi .iutii:e mine r-ii-pri
me court. JOHN 11. Jll'LUEY.
.March Wth 18V0.
T70R JL'DGE OK THE CIIKTIT COUKT-
X' r 1Kb 1 CIKCl IT.
Wo are authorized to announce Daniel M
IUiownino, of Franklin county, a tt candidate for
Circuit Jndi:o, in tbe 1-lrst Circuit, subject to tne
decision ot the Democratic Judicial Convention to
be held iu Cuiro, ou the t;th day of .May, 18T1I.
We are authorized lo announce that Hon. Jajik
M. Wasiim'un. of Williamson county, is a candi
date fur the otlleo of Circuit J udire. for the First
cin uit, sullied to the decision of Ihe Democratic
Judicial convention to be held Iu Cairo on the tith
day of May, 1819.
We are authorized to announce Jons M. I.anshkx
a a candidate for Circuit Judge in the First Ju
diclat Circuit, subject to the decision of the Demo
David J. Bakek will be a candidate for Circuit
Jud'e iu the First Judicial Circuit, ut the election
to be held on Ibe lid day June, 1H7H .
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE FIIiST
Actinsj under h resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1S79, liy the Demo-
cmtj'JiJa'liiuciuig'TOVyvt.teo of tlic first cir-
ly call a delegate Convention ot Vie" A)eni-
ocrats of said circuit, to be licld 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 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 composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
delegates, viz :
Alexander 0 Pope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin 3 Saline ."
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 selecting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day of May, 1879. W. W. Barb,
Chairman Judicial Committee.'
April 4, 1879.
TWO SHIPS ON THE SEA.
continued fkom yesterday's daily
Two ships go out from distant shores
aad'meet iu it friendly port. Words of
cheer are exchanged, kindnesses given
and taken, therl anchors are weighed, sails
are set and they part. They may cross
eacn otlier s track in mut-ocean many times
afterward, hut it is in the night nud the
darkness, anil there is nothing on the bosom
of the sea when theinorniii'' breaks to tell
the mariner that a friendly hark has passed
within his hail, and the knowledge never
comes till iu long years after both drift
again iu the aamu port mid lio. hide by
Ho it is with us oil. Onr paths cross
and recross, and tho sighs we utter nnd the
tears wc shed would be crowded buck to
their fountains, could we only be sure that
after the many unknown, unacknowledged
crossings and recrossingsrwe shonld fiold
undisturbed communion with our friends
even in tho latter days. But the sp,dis and
the tears take from the freshness of life and
leave their traces on brow and check, the
eyes grow wistful with longing ami the
smiles come harder than in the old time.
They who trust are happier than they who
doubt, but even the heart of the trustful
grow tired with puin,
Waring waited several weeks for the re
ply which Margaret had sent him inimcdi
atcly upon the receipt ot his letter. Its
non-arrival was a disappointment to him,
for however little we may care for the thing
' for which we ask, none of us likes to be ig.
norcd. Tho blow to his vanity was perhitpa
tbe jtrongest effect of her silence, but he
did not once attempt to deny that the trirl
had really inturuaWil him. It was not her
personal beauty, lor she had none. It could
not Lave been her superior mental attrac
tiuna. for in hit iournevincs ho hnd in. t
hundred! of Women who far surpassed her
id deptn oi uiougnt and power of exprcs
juoo. IIo laid to himself it was her origin
tility, tho bold honesty with which ttho
stated her views and tho freshness of her
style, that were her peculiar characteristics,
but I urn inclined to thiuk that he liked
her because be liked her.
When nt last her letter reached him, it
found him thousands of miles from where
it should have overtaken him. The sur
prise was an agreeable one, for the date
proved she had been gulity of no delay lit
answering. It had been so long, however,
since it was written, the tone of the letter
was so indifferent, that after some indecis
ion he concluded not to reply. Perliap it
was better that the acquaintance should
Among the new friends whom Margaret
had found was Robert Gray, an odd, ab
rupt man of the world, with rugged yet
tender heart, hidden in an out-ot-the-way
place wliieh nobody except children and
Margaret Howard ever touched. He was
tolerated and courted because he was rich.
There was a story back somewhere, Wit he
never let the world read it; so the whispers
were low and uncertain. Ho was so depen
dent unon Marirarct for real pleasure, had
frown to care for her as much as with the
old wound he could care for a woman now
in fact, he needed her so much that he
was about to tell her his story
and offer her what there was lett ot
him, when, during an evening call, the con
versation turned upon purely unselfish ac
tion. A remark of (.5 ray's led her to ask
him if he could quote an instance of thor
oughly disinterested kindness, whereupon,
among others credited to the sumo person,
ho told the story of Frank Howard, with
Aill details, finishing with
"So von see wc arc not all as selfish a9
vou would make us out,"
. i i, . -r .
"What was tne nanu i uns mun, ,ur.
'I thought so and the boy he saved
from ruin was my brother."
"Is it possible? And do you know Burk
Waring, Miss Howard?"'
"Then vou know one of the noblest men
living. Did you know him at the time your
brother was under ins cares
In nvin2 him the outlines i of their ac
duaintance her hesitation betrayed to her
companion the true state oi anairs. lie re
lAained but a little longer, then went di
rectly home, lie passed an hour in earnest
thought, and then set down and wrote as
"My Dear Wauino Give me a few
days of your valuable society will you?
He received no answer to his letter; but
three days after, while setting at his desk
the door opened ami a laminar voice niui
"Well. Gray, how goes it?"
Gray sprang from his seat and they shook
hands like men who knew each other
through and through. Then tlicy.sat down
and talked as men will talk, and smoked
as though an all-merciful Providence had
created them for that express purpose, and
when business hours were over went to
Gray's rooms. After dinner tho latter in
formed his friend that he had a call to
make and desired his company, to which
he assented on condition that he should not
be bored. "I promise you that," said Gray,
"ami if my words do not prove true, you
have only to give the signal, and we will
leave at once.'
tna"t Mr. Gray awaited her in the parlor
She at once went below, greeted him pleas
antly, then, as he was about to present his
irienu, ner eyes rcsicu uiuu i ;u nig, aim
with an expression of frank delight upon
a.i ii- - ,
her face, she stepped forward with hand
"This is indeed a pleasure, Mr. Waring."
"To me as well as to you, and as great a
surprise. 1 Had no idea urny was bringing
me to see one of my old friends, as well as
"I did not know until quite recently that
you and Mr. Gray were such old friends."
"And how did you find it out';"'
"Wc were quarrelling one evening, as
usual. Mr. Gray and myself are sworn ene
mies Mr. -Waring when, in defence of an
assertion, he related an incident in which I
chanced to recognize you."
"How long ago was that, Miss Howard?"'
"About three davs since, was it not, Mr.
"I am a very poor time-keeper; I leave it
all with you," was his careless answer.
The evening passed rapidly.
Soon after the two men reached Gray's,
Waring suddenly turned toward Gray:
"And so, Gray, as soon as vou found Miss
Howard and myself were old friends, you
sent for me to visit you. Why?"
""I thought I would give you both a
pleasant surprise and me the presence of n
man whose society I can tolerate for whole
days together "
"Gray," said Waring, with a keen look
at his friend, "I think that most men would
pi cfer that others should not come into
their orchards and steal their fruit."
"I have- no orchard, so you are shooting
wide, Waring. "
"It is my custom to discuss thingR of
this kind," responded Waring, "but as this
case is a little peculiar, I thought it may be
well to digress. Let us understand each
other thoroughly, Gray. What is .Margaret
Howard to yoii("
"So much that, if I had not, a few even
ings since, discovered Her admiration for a
felloW named Waring, I should luivo asked
her to marry me before this."
"Why didn't you as it was?"
"From pure selfishness". I want the
whole of my wife's heart,"
"What reason have you for thinking
that Miss Howard entertains more than
friendly feelings lor me? "
"Her own tone and manner. But to bo
plain, Waring what are your sentiments to
ward Miss Howard.'"
"Precisely like your own : she is the one
woman lor whom I have cared in all mv
life yet she virtually refused me years
"Did you nsk her to marry you?"
"Not exactly. I saw it was' useless?"
"If I know Manrarct Howard.
o very likely to throw herself at your
head. She couldn't very well refuse, what
was never offered. Hut enough, I resign
the field to you."
"Suppose I don't eceept?"
"Waring, you don't suppose I would nsk
a woman to bo my wife if 1 thought there
wasaiuanontli(,fiiceol(lod"K earth that
sh loved better, do y.m?" Waring mused
"What if I don't win".
Waring madn frequent calls, they talked
of old times and new of the little village
and the outside world of men. women and
books. Sho thanked him gratefully fur
Frank, and ho refused to take credit to
Frank would have done lis much for mc
Ho was n uoble fellow at heart."
"He was indeed. . But Mr. Waring, I
cannot tell you how often your wdvds have
come back to nie, and how true they have
proved Some day you will judge me fairly
nnd tell me so. The day has conic and 1
thank you for giving mo the opportunity
of doing vou justice."
"Then you think the better of me at Inst .
"No, to be honcft, I don't thiuk I do.
True I know you better, but at thut time I
felt instinctively that I could respect you.
although by certrin rigid influences ot
whit'lulie airwas full I was restrained from
admitting your worth, even to myself. It
was a clear case of prejudice against in
stinct.' Miss Howaid," and lie looked signifi
cantly at her. "You have entire confidence
in me now?"
"I trust you perfectly. How can I do
Then both were silent. Waring rose
from his seat, walked back nnd forth across
the room a few times, then stopping before
her he asked:
"Margaret, will you bo my wife?"
She grew very white, and with a quick
change of expression, he added :
"Iwant love not gratitude. Mnrjaret I
give you the one love of my life, la return
I want as much from you or nothing."
Burke, Burke, have you no eyes? I
have loved you all these years."
Wc know what happened then and
Gray was a man. Barry More in the
Springfield, Mass., Republican.
The merits of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup arc
acknowledged by all who have ever used it
for the disease of infancy. Price 23 cents
From our Uegular Correfpondent
The probable course of Mr. Hayes is a
matter of much speculation the gmeral
opinion being that he will veto both bills
In that event I believe that congress w ill
pass a supply bill for a limited time, say
until the next regular meeting of congress
This would be no surrender of principl
and would vindicate the Democratic party
from the false but serious charge of Gar
field, that it meant to starve the gjvern
ment to death
As to financial affairs, it is diftialt to
say what will be done. Thcehangc ii pul
lie opinion on this subject is shown bj the
almost unanimous passage through the
house, the other day. of Mr. Stephen's bill
making small silver coin convtrtabk into
legal tenders to the amount of $20. A
year ago the proposition would not have
had half the votes it now receives. There
is a considerable influence at word in favor
of the treasury certificate bill, providing
for the issue by government of certificates
based on deposits of bullion.
ative T.owo. ot Ala., ha a
h Senator Logan. i,owe. it
seems, repeated to a correspondent the old
story of Logan's having raised troops for
the confederacy in lS'Jl. adding that dur
ing the war he met many of the men so in
duced by Logan to enlist. Upon the pub
lication of this statement of Mr. Lowe,
Logan is said to have printed in the Na
tional Republican of this city a denial of
the story and a denunciation of Lowe. As
no one ever reads the Republican this
promised to be nn end of the matter. But
in some mysterious manner Lowe found out
the substance ot Logan's statement, and
demanded a retraction. Logan took no
notice ot this, and a challenge followed.
It :s due to Logan to say that whatever his
political record may be, that he has per
sonal courage, and if he refuses to fight no
one will assign cowardice as a reason. He
will probably pay up attention to the chal
lenge. Then he may be horsewhipped or
Lowe may be beaten in attempting to horse
whip him. These challenges are not mor
ally wholesome. "Let us have peace," Mr.
Recent demonstrations inside the Radical
party, in favor of General Grant as a presi
dential candidate, have developed prefer
enccs of influential Radicals for other men,
and opposition to what is called n "third
term." It is safe to say that, whatever the
result of the next nominating convention,
the peisistent ndvociry of a third term by
men holding high places in the Radical
party is having an influence among the
people against the party itself, Then; am
many thousands of men win) would, per
haps, vote for Windoin, Bluine or other
prominently mentioned cuu.lidtes. but
who will never support any tmui fir n third
term for the presidency. If this were a
mere constitutional provision, tlr .j(.;is
would soon find a way to c-,v.. )Ut (,,,..
tunalely,it is a public sentiment w,j(.,
cannot be evaded or over-ridd n,
At tii i: present time tlieeommy is flood
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pernonn having rlalmn acalnnt said estate are unti
tled and requested to attend for the purpose of hav
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principle, upon which a n publican
eiivernmeiil can be aUUiii.irtiTcd.
: While avow lni; thin nuriii'-e. it in not
TTTTTTT inieiiutu locouvi-j me un a max ilu
LIAAaA.Lj imiier will uphold the oariv rlt'l.t r
:w run if. That which il bi-.ieve to 1
Jwroiiu' It will denounce. Irarlessiy,
ill ill aiwav "iiewiiii 10 irn- in..-. nu ;i
W VV tiui" the ihlps (all wheie It.ey n ay
Hut as a rule, sound an
,1'euioiraiic paper, we un
! 1 1
sure houestiv romrnciiu i: l'j :L
ipi.troLu-e of Democrat
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u u The Dailv
I nerved to rltv ki.'isrrll" r- 1-v t ut
iriers at TWENTY H E I E.N'ls per
weea. payaiiie weekly.
! My mall Mil nutancei: cue a r
lo; six months, t.'i; thne mei.its
iiM; one nionih.il. I'ustuvv dw
I, Advertislii': llnfi-s:
Kirs Insertion, M-r square . . . .
rur omi week, per.quare
For two weeks, per square
,Kor thrne weeks, per nqu.iie
.For one nmiith. per squai v
Each additional square.
Eicht linen of nonpareil (foil!
jConstilute a square.
I Dlspiaied aiherllseniei.tn w'll 1
r.hr.tl'.i'.l'. iihar'.'i d aecnnlinu' to t!ir si arc, i
E E ,hoM- niti s- there belli twelve lines
L't'T-'V '" 0"a 'M'c IO 'he lni Ii.
r.l.t! j 'Poieular adverti-er we c.ff.-r ki
I. r. perlor luiluiemeuts. both as to rnte
N N N
lof charges and manlier of uisp.b)ll.
Notice In local columi.n Imerted
for twenty cent jier Hue tirst nr
lion ; ten eeut per line for each sub
Mieclal notice lliaertsil fur t.r
cent per Hue for first iueri:nn; live
Cents lor eaeh ub'enueiit li.si riinr
.-vonie oi (leatlin atul UiauiiL'e
twentv cents per Jim..
All letter and and runiaiuuiratlol
shouiu lie addressed to
The Cairo Bulletin
E. A. BURNETT, .encr'lMar.(;c
N UNPA BALLELLE1) OFFEIL
ur ONE OK
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
Wo will eiid one of our HEALTH liESTOH-
INli l'AIIS to any Invalid atllliteil with Live:
Complaint. CHILLS and FhVEK, IMlH.Es
THtN. COSTlVENEss Nervoti- Hi nil.iche
Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility and Impure lllood
If' theV will send us their s. miliums ni.il ail
dress and niree lo send us S-'-l"1 If I' ctl'ects
n cure to their entire satislm Hon, oihiiwlsi
there will lie no cliaru'c. We will do this to con
vinee the public of the suih rim valuu a ti
OF OUR PADS.
And that Ihey will do all wo nay. A Hi's oiler
will necessarily be llinlteil iu num'iei'. we Kupn
Iheri.'fore, an early niipllcallou will be made, Ad
dress, cry l.'espectiullv ours,
HH.ti. w. l i),;i;s,
114 Elm street, cinclimuU, Ohio,
Physician speak In Terinn of Praise In lavor of the
Cincinnati, .lune ts, isril,
Ilavlua hud Koine considerable iicuUiiiiilMiiee with
the opi ration of the I'ail, I can culicleiii liiiiniy
n nimenil It a an excellent remedy In all the ills
eases lor which Dr. Forbes cnuuel Its u-e.
DK. .1. HAL LOWELL.
liniCiore Mieet, I Incililiall.
What liev. Joseph Emery, the well knowu City
Cincinnati, June no, isru,
liivlnirhnd ft lonir iiciiualntMnce with Ur. Fnrbe.
n niitlslled Hull what ever lie i'itiiihiiii'iiiU i, .
no coMclciiclously, ami will prove nil thev priimlio.
I'llV. JOSEPH IvM KlvV,
Lxtracl fi'nm ft few ol the .Many Letter frequently
reei'iveii ai Hie lllllce.
One SUV'S! "I IVel t h lit villi I'ml, Imvn ..,.i .....
Pin." Another says :--Vour Pud has litm rem bed
my cane. II ha entirely removed mV (.,1Hv,.,.f,
and coiineqileni Sick Heiillaclu'." Aliollier write:
l our ran aiteiiiieii ntrletly to lnislnesn, ami In
iity olu'ht hour 1 fell a, well as ever." Anotheri
our I'ad ban cured mmir 1 1 1 1 1 1 (111 ttllUMM ttttil II In.
pld Liver. I nm betler Ihau 1 linvn been lu twenty
year." till II another av: I hive emlureil nil iim
horror (irovvlnit mil of a torpid Liver and Dyspepsia.
Alter lining your pad nil lhee 111 left tne.' duo
more; " have lined vnur I'uil with nnH'e.'ilu .ml..
laeiory rvul,, and "vbevrltilly reconieml them to
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