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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
L70R SVTKEV.E JVDGE-F1RST DISTRICT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate, before the,
people, at the ensuing ihtnc election. In the First
judicial District, for the ulhrc of Jndgti of the Su.
pP'mc court. JOHN 11. MtLKEY.
March -J4th 1SVI1.
U'LiR Jl'DUE OF T11K CIRCUIT COURT
J. FIRST CIRCUIT.
We are authorized to announce Danip.i. M
Buow'Nt.vo. of Franklin county, as a candidate for
( irr:iit. Judge. In the Flint Circuit, subject td.the
decision ot the Democratic Judicial Convention to
be held In Cairo, ou the nth 4y 0f May, 18T9.
We are. uulliori.eil to announce, that Hon. Jamk
M. Wasiuivivv. of Wllliams.m county. Is a enndi
dii'.e lor the office of Circuit Judge, for the First
CfDit. subject lo the uccli-iou of the Democrat ic
Jucicial rouventioii to Uu hold in Cairo ou the lith
.osy ol -May, 16.1).
We are nulhoried to announce John M. Lax ii;n
rs s candidate for Circuit Judce iu the First Jn
dicinl I'ircuit. subject to the decision of tho Demo
David J. Baker will be a candidate for Circuit
Judge in the First. Judicial Circuit, at the electioti
to he held ou the 2d day June, 187!).
. TO THE DEMOCRATS OP THE FIRST
Acting nnder a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1879, by the Demo
cratic 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 said circuit, to bo held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. in., for the purposo
of nominating three candidates for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to be voted for at the
enduing 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 fur the Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
Alexander fiPope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin IVSaliue 3
Jackon lOiUniort : 11
Johnson 4 Williamson 8
Massac. 4 . , ,
-- It is suggested that tho Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of ejecting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day of May, 1879. W. W. Baku,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
Thk Radicals were never making a
liunler struggle than thry are now to keep
blazing the passions and prejudices engen
dered by the war. Patriotism on their part
is manifestly in a state of abeyance.
The Radical theory is, if wo arc to judge
front the tone and declarations of Radical
speakers, that the people are not capable of
.. nt'lf-government, especially on election days.
Then soldiers must be called in to keep
them from udopting crooked wny.
Amonu the important meabuiea passed
by the Illinois Benato is the bill declaring
the marriage of first cousins incestuous and
void. Physiology and kindred sciences
rcm to warrant tho enactment of a meas
ure that so closely concerns the prosperity
f tho race
TnK Legislature of New Hampshire, at
its mooting in June, will elect a United
States Senator. Win. E. Chandler is a
tuididate, and rumor gives him a good
deal of strength. His soundness of Radi
t.i ctl faith is ln-yond controversy. That was
tested down in Florida.
. BoRHT Tuombs thinks it the duty of
wnr, nj in-, iiv ij iiiv ucy uj tvery
bnmmer aud ruffian who may choose to
make Mm such. Robert also thought it
my tlccccnt man's duty to knock the gov
ernment into smithereens, and thinks now
that tho Union and constitution should be
.objects of every decent tnao'i especial
.... k.. l. u.'.tl I... .1... e
hate. It would lie a nico country indeed If
the opinions and preferences of such a man
as Toombs should control the country ; A
country divided Rnd distracted tmd ctcry
ninn, filled with lmte.and loaded down with
deadly weapons! The country has hnil
enough of its Toombses.
This head of Fred Douglass seems to bo
pretty level. This is what he said in a re
cent lecture: "It is a mistake for the ne
gro to move North; one of the most un
fortunate predicaments that can bo imag
ined is a negro in a snow-bank; it don't
look right; the colors don't blend harmon
iously." ' 1
Tub time was when the South was mis
represented in Congress by a solid delega
tion of Radicals, and scarcely an honest,
competent man could be loiinil among
them. Then all was lovely. But, when in
telligence and respectability obtained the
ascendancy, what a howl was heard all
alone the Radical line;
The Boston Advertiser says that ."not a
Senator could specify an instance since the
close of the war of the presence of soldiers
of the pjlls." If the Advertiser will take
a glance at Senator Beck's speech it will
find that they were sufficiently close in
New York, Philadelphia and Chicago for
all practical purposes. In the South they
cut a wide swath for a series of years.
Mu. "William H. Vaxderbilt, having
seen the article in the Quitman Free Press
which lias been so generally copied, charg
ing him with having wantonly insulted the
people at Jcssup by demanding that his
negro servant be permitted to dine at the
same tabic with the guests of the hotel,
has scut a telegram to that paper denying
that he was the man against whom the
charge should be made. Further investi
gation shows that it was not the millionaire
himself, but a connection of the family
known as Vanderbilt Allen.
Atlanta Constitution : There is a law
in Georgia, and, we believe, in other South'
cm States, which, prohibits the intermar
nage of races. --With possibly one or two
exceptions, there has been no attempt
either to evade or violate this law, and thus
far it has slumbered quietly in the statute
book, beniff less a bar to miscegenation
than the instincts and desires of the whites
and blacks. Tiic indications arc, however,
that the constitutionality of State laws pro
hibiting intermarriage will shortly he test
ed before the supremo court of the United
States, with every prospect that they will
be held void and of no effect.
An exchange says: Beautiful samples
indeed were some of the Philadelphia
Deputy Marshals appointed to help roll up
a Republican majority at the polls in that
city last fall, as demonstrated by the inves
tigation of the Wallace Committee. One
was Phillis Madden, only eight months out
of prison, where he had lcen confined for
highway robbery. Another was Dan Red-
ding.a dangerous character who had lx'on
tried for murder. Another, Michael Slater,
ytaa a notorious thief and repeater. Still
another was a ncgrj named Pitts, keeper of
a notorious gambling house. Many others
wcro men of equally bad reputation. And it
isthat men of this character may bo paid live
dollars a day each, authorized to make in
discriminate arrests without process of law,
and quartered about the polls for the intim
idation of peaceable citizens and law-abiding
voters,that the president lias,by tits veto
declared that the army shall go without
The Radicals are eudeavoring to nmke
political capital out of the fact that the
Democratic Senate rejected all their amend
ments to the army bill. Should they per
mit their minds to travel back a few years
they would find that their own party voted
down every proposition coining from Dem
ocrats, whether right or wrong. The ma
jority in a legislative body is responsible
to the country, and never allows a minority
to dictate the shape in which a bill shall
pass. The army bill came from the House
in tho precise form desired by tho Demo
cratic Senators, and they determined that
no change should be made in its provisions.
This they had a perfect right to do, and
wero perfectly right in doing. The votes
taken on the various amendments offer-
ed.are no evidence of the real opinions of
any Senator, whether Democratic or Radi
cal. So says the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Fked Docolash looks upon tho outpour
ing of his people from the South, and their
settlement in the bleak prairies of our
Northern territories, with great alarm, and
has openly deprecated it. Bocauso ho did
this, tho mob of Republican fanatics that
met in New York, tho otherday, and raised
the tremendous sum of $427 in order to
"rob th accursed South of its last negro"
hissed and hooted his namo every timo it
was used during tho evening. And tins
mob of fannties declared that Fred Doug
las was an enemy to tho black' racebut
they, tho whole ten thousand of them, were
the negro's friends. As such friends, they
urged all the negroes of the South to
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
hasten to tho bleak prairies and snow banks
of tho North; and to aid tho mpvemcnt,
they contributed a sum of money that was
precisely equivalent to tho hundredth part
ofono cent to each ono of the negroes
whom they were calling upon to "get out."
Thosumofniimey theso blattant sympa
thizers raised, enabled them to make the
following splendid offer to tho negroes of
tho South : "Nye's a pin ; divide it among
five of you, and for the Republican party's
sake, get out of Dixie." This, aud nothing
Unukii tho head of ''All Sorts" the
genius of the New Orleaus Times gets off
a budget of sapital harmonics every day
or two; but for some reason that fails to oc
cur to us, Instead of taking credit for them
himself, he ascribes them to tho scientific
Monthly, Public Opinion, tho Nation, the
Southern Baptist and other dignified and
austere publications that hold a laugh in
great horror and the perpetration of a pun
as a finable offence : Below are specimens:
The czar loves a Mrs. Romanoff. Kyn
titled personages are liable to be Romanoff,
after strange woman. London Times.
Let asmallboy catch his kite on telegraph
wire and he will exhibit lnore.engenuity
in getting it down than it would take to
invent a first class-fiying machine. Popu
lar Scienco Monthly.
"Augustus, did you think to take my
hymn book out of the rack after service this
morning;" "1 didn't, love." "Oh! what
asliame! It isn t a nit lasnionauic tins
year to leave books in pews, and besides
that biiHlintr was so outre. It iloes seem as
if we were just beset by calamities whercv
er we go. Southern Baptist.
"Angelinaw," said Augustus, eagerly.
'I've made a conundwum. It s weal nice,
too. What did Jonah find to wide on when
he was thrown overboard?" Angelina
,lOh,Gussy! Why, he tell me, darling.''
Augustus "He went lv the wailway. Am t
that awful iawlv, Angelinaw? Took me
two hours to do it; pou honaw.'' i London
A contcmnoi v has been asked, "Can
man belong to a brass band and be a ehrist
ian?" It replies: "We see no impediiitt-at
in the way. But it he is a member of
brass band, and is given to practicing on
cornet ortombone tit home, it is an imposi
bility for the man living next door to be
christian." Scientific American.
Nothing is so painful at this season of
the year, as the disheartening spectacle ot a
nine-year-old hen looking through the fence
at a man digging a garden, while she exer
cises her rugged legs and incisive chhvs on
the plank walk, just keeping in practice
until the garden is ready. S ientitic Ameri
can. The Ui.kssixc ok Stko.nt. Xkkvks Is
recoverable, not by the use of mineral seda
tives, but by a recourse to effectual tonic
treatment. Opiates and the like should
only lie used as auxiliaries, and then as
sparingly as possible. Virgorous nerves
are quiet ones, and the most direct way to
render them so is to reinforce the vital en
ergies. That sterling invigoranr, Hostetter's
Stomach Hitters, will be found all-sufficient
for this juirjto.se, since it entirely removes
imjiediments to thorough digestion and as
similation of the food, so that the body is
insured its due amount of nourishment, and
consequently of stamina. Rheumatic ten
dencies and affections of the kidneys and
bladder arc also counteracted by the Hitters,
which is besides a pleasant medicinal stim
ulant, infinitely purer than the raw excit
ants of commerce, which react injuriously
upon the nervous system.
Yoo Must Clue that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Dronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can etl'ord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. oOcts.
and 1,()0 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame useShiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Ilarclay Brothers.
Havk you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to sutler
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and ." cents. Sold by
Wki.l'8 Persian Pert tune ,'Iucknictit'kM
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Ban lay
Consumi'tionCi'iiei).--Aii old physician,
retired from practice, having mil placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the 'speedy and permanent euro for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrali, asthma, am)
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curutive powers in
thousands of cases, has fdt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to w
lievo human suffering, I will 8cmi( freo of
charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with
full directions for preparing ami using, in
German, French, or EngliHh, Sent by mail
by addiessing with stamp, naming this pa
Per. W. W. Sherar.UO p0Wl,rs. Biock,
Rochester, New York.
QuKitY.-Why will men snmko common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
"Seal of North Carolina" at the 8Ume price!
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1679.
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And have uo uqual to couceded by the trade.
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The second largest is 119.77, and the third largest 117.M.
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or ONE OF
HEALTH REST0RIX PADS
We will fond one of our HEALTH IfKMI R
INti TADS to any Invalid affliMed with Elver
romplalnt. I Hll.I.S and KEVEH. IMiH.r
TlON, COKTlVENKfS. Neniiui" Ilewlarte.
Iiy.ei.la. NcrvoiiK Deliility and Impure Elxod.
ir they will peiid tin their ftmptoniii atit f.d
ilreB and at're to eud u iuo if it n!ni
a cure to their entire ntlfction. o:Lei,.i)
then; will foe no charge. We will do 1L1 i - :u ton
vuiie the puldic of the niptrior aiue an a
OF OUR PADS.
And tlint they will do all we ay. A '.k'.r n.-r
will iRTe.furily lie limited In Lunifoer. t bi ;e
Hierefore, an early application will foe made. Ad
iti'v. Nery lte.pecttully Your..
Ull.li. W. KO It UK'S,
IT." Elm utrett, t incinnati.Ohjo,
rtiyciriai.f tpeak In Term of I'raifc In favor of '.Le
CiNnNNATi. June !. lr"i
Ilaviii2 tiad mmecou.ii'.crafole arqnainlanie wirh
the operation ol the I'ad, I can concieij' inu. y
recommend It a an excellent remedy in all !rm':v
caci lor wlilcli Iir. Edrl. cunneli Ita ue.
DK. J. HALLOW ELL.
, .'1 (itoie Street. Ciiicii i.uii.
WLal Jtev. Jo-epU Emery, the wultkuonu . ry
I'lM tNNATt. .ft; lie
lliiin'.' hod a loi!L ariiiaintaDce with lir. Koibeii,
I am atiriled that whatever he recommend he dm a
o condeiH.loui!y. and will prove all thev prcmitc.
HEV. JOKlli EMKHY.
Extract from a few of the Manv Lettcra frequently
received at the Office.
One ay:--"I feel that voiir Tad hav avert rr.r
1 ' IV . " Another ray: "Your I'ad baa Juel reached
inyrate. It ha entirely ri'moved m cotivene
and eonaentient rick Headache. " Another write:
Your lal atti'tided trirtly to lmlne.. and in
forty el-.'ht honin I felt a well a ever.'' Another:
"Y'nur i'ad hu cured me of llil!loustiii. aud a tor
pid Liver. I am better than 1 hava been in twenty
veara " fctlll another fny: I have endured all the
horror growlnirout of a torpid Liver and Uyrnep.ia.
Alter uiiia your pad all theaeill left ue. ' Oi.o
more: -I have ued your Pad wlih p'rfectly au
laeiory reul., and cheerfully recomend Utcm to
rpiIE GltEAT ENGLISH REMEDY 1
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
I awclallv n-com-
TRADE MJ-'meu(led a an un-
failing cure lor
Seminal v eakuera
poteiiCT, ami all
uieae that fol
low an a sequence
on aeirahiiH': a
l.o of Meinorv,
Hack. l)inineof the Virion. Prematura Old Ac,
and Itiaiiv other dineaKe that lead to humility. I'on
nimptlon nnd a Premature tirnve, nil of which a a
ruio are flrt canned by deviating Iroin theiaihol
nature and over-indulgence. The Specific Mtdic:t;
I the renult of a life atudynnd iiiiiny year of ex
perience In treiitlnj tlieKe apertnl ('.irvaai'.
Full particular In oiir'pumphlet, which wo do
llre lo eiid free hv mall lo every line.-
Tho SpcclHc Mediclno le Hold Iiv all drilffil't" t
tl per package, or lx packnw'eH lor$ or will be
ent foy mull on receipt of the money by addn'HHics
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t-i'vni!V V4f'lTTXK simp An
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- ivtvn etnbllhi'd hi work at the above men
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,i'a,.iiirliitf Steam Enirtiiea and Mill VUehin.Tv
Havlnir a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, tho
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Steamboat and Brldao Forcing made a ricrhiliy.
v.nerlnl attention given to renairaof K inca and
jjraB viirii.i ,.i mi .urn. iiinuu iu uruui
Tl poFltllng In a M t bian c h eiA
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