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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. Harrell,' Editor.
pOR SITREME JTDOE FIRST DISTRICT.
1 hmby annoiace nvselt a candidate before Jbo
-pie, at the ecsuitj June e'.etlion. in t&e Fir-t
Judicial Ihrtrict. for thi-oftce of iv&c of the Su
preme court. JullN U. MVLKEY.
March 44th 1SS.
1XB JUDGE OF THE CIRCV1T COl'RT-
X 1M Cirwill.
We are s'lthorii'-d to announce Daxtn. M.
Baow-iiKti. of Fraiklin coanty. a a raadjdatc fl'r
l irrnit Jodcc in to Fii-nt Csrtirft. subject to the
ceris.on oi itse Dcmivratic Judicial Convention to
be beld is Cairo, os lie Mh Cay of May. lsCvi .
We are authorize to anoonnce that Hon. 3xxr
H. WtsBBtlUi. ot WiiiiamsoD county, is a catidi
Cate for the office ot Circuit Jndce. tor the Firct
circuit, surijecv to the decision of the Democratic
saicia1eoBver,tintotoLeidii!Cairo on the 6tli
cay of Mar,
We are aathorued to aniounce Joan M. LaNPEN
a a candidate for Circuit Jndce in the F1rt Ju
lic;U Circuit, sobject to the decision of tie lK mo
DatiuJ. Bikbi will he a candidate for Circuit
Judge in iheFint Judicial Circuit, at the electiou
to be facid on theiid day June, 1879.
TO THE DEMOCRATS OF THE Fills'!
Acting nnder a resolution adopted on
the 3d day of April, 1S79, by the Demo
cratic Judical Committee of the first cir
cuit, at a meeting held in w., d0 iicru.
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circuit, to be held in Cairo,
Illinois, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
1B7U, at ten o'clock, a. m., for -the purpose
of nominating thrco candidates for the' of
fice of Circuit J udge, to be voted for at the
ensuing June election.
Under tho 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 Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will each be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
Alexander CPope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin 3 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 selecting delegates on Saturday the 3d
day of May, 1879. W. W. Baku,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1870.
Baike's remarks a tew days since, to the
effect that there was no danger ot military
despotism at present, on account of the
smallness of the army, shows conclusively
that the Democracy are waging their battle
alone for the sake of the great principle
involved in the contest, while the recollec
tion of what Grant has done, and what
any other reckless nnd unprincipled Presi
dent may do, should amuse the indignation
of all true patriots ngaiust Ihu radical party
which thus onenlvseeks tnovei'iiwn Amen
can freemen with United S.uto hawmel.
ThiswiU be the great Issue between thu
two parties when they make their appeal
to tho country in 1880.
Ore of our Democratic exchanges sees in
the negro exodus froni the South a purpose
to affect the next census. It charges the
stampede to a purpose on the part of the
Republican party to rob tho Democratic
Houth of political power in congress, and to
add its stealings to the Republican North
This is an absurd conclusion. To rob the
South of a single representative in congress
would require tho removal of mo hundred
and thirty thotisnnd negroes. Tho mere
statement of this fact ahuws thu absurdity
nfauchaconeluHion. Furthermore, leaders
of tho Republican party know that the in
troduction of several hundred thousand Idle,
penniless blacki Into tho North, for any
jrurpoae whatever, would create a political
molution among tho whiten that would
render the North us solidly Democratic us
the South. In our opinion politics lias
nothing to do with tho exodus. The fuct
that tho stampwlcrs nro all pouring into
Kansas nnd can be diverted into no other
channel, Bliows conclusively tlmt tho poor
creatures have been crazed by tho notion
that once on tho government lands of Kan
sas, every man could pick out his furm,
that then tho government would stock it
for him, and forever thereafter ho could
live happily under his own "viuc and fig
Mr William II. VAXDErtnuT has an in
come ot six million dollars a year, which is
equal to about 1 0,438 a day ; $084 for every
hour of each day, or if 11 a minute, day or
night, rain or shine, asleep or awake. M r.
Vanderbilt now holds tho controlling inter
est in the Hudson River," the Harlem, New
York Central, nnd Michigan Southern rail
roads. Beside the trunk lines he also con
trols tho Canada Southern nnd numerous
subsidiary and connecting roads, compell
ing them to submit to such terms as he may
dictate. lie has also acquired the title to a
hundred thousand acres of the best grazing
lands in Colorado, and has already stocked
them with forty thousand head of cattle.
The same lino ot action that was adopted
to make Mr. Hayes tolerable to the people
is to be adopted to make Grant, popular
as a Presidential candidate, viz., a series
of public demonstrations on his landing
on the shores of the United States. It is a
characteristic of humanity tlut under the
impetus of excitement they will applaud
objects that they absolutely despise in their
cooler moments. That this characteristic is
to be made use by the of advocates of a
"kroner govcraent" the extensive prepara
tions being made for the reception of the
"Bull Dog of the peninsula" clearly defines,
Men of prominence are, by their very pronv
inence, in many cases compelled to take
part in these performances, against their
better judgment, and the momentum which
their names adds is of incalculable value
to demagogues whose mission on eaith
st ems to solely deceive the masses of the
Not a word is heard from Radical jour
n3ls, now, about the payment ot rebel debts
by the Democratic Congress. And why
Because roost of the claims, fraudulent in
themselves, have been bought up by loyal
ueiiub icans wli now hold them. It is
very well known, too, that the Southern
Claims commission was devised by the He-
publicans as one of the means of holding
the South in political bondage by awards
of money to favored partizans under the
abused forms of law. Gen Bragg (I)cm.)
ot Wisconsin, in.!, ru flr,,rt in Congress
tho other day to abolish the Commission,
and 65 members sustained him and no
voted against him. He showeil that these
pretended loyal claims were ft iraud; that
since the Democrats have had a majority
in the House not one has been allowed ; that
nil the Southern claims ever allowed were
allowed by a Republican Congress and it
turned out that Republicans, under the
lead of Garfield, are responsible for not
abuliihiiiL' the Commission and emlinir
these frauds on the treasury. L"t this fact
THE TRUTH AsJSKHTINU ITSELF.
The Chicago Tribune's "Own Correspon
dent, writing from Vicksburg, declares that
the negro is not running away from bull
dozers." The correspondent says: "The
negroes are not bulldozed now, and have
not been since 174. There is no reason
why they should be, since they an; good la
borers, and, as a rule, they do not vote at
all, or vote the Democratic ticket, and divide
on local Ue.tions as white men do. The
negroes have a verv shrewd idea that the
men they used to put in power tilled their
pockets at the public expense; and the
average voter, who docs not see a chance
of holding ollice himself, or of tilling his
own pockets, docs not cure much to keep
up that sort of thing, if he could, lie
knows, too, that he could not if ho would.
There is no doubt that the negroes believe
the atmosphere about the polls is not salu
brious for thost who desire to vote the Re
publican ticket. Whether the facts urn so
r n,rt' 1 ,1h "", VnU U "'J"
believe them to be bo. That
thu negroes. Hr not running from
bull-dowrs I happen To know. This will
appear trom thu situation in Madison par
ish, opposite Vicksburg. I havu been over
the ground, and know what I am talking
about. The negroes there are not afraid to
vote as they choose. Tho parish is now
represented in the constitutional conven
tion nt iu'W uneans by two negroes. Yet
more negroes liavo emigrated from Madi
son parish than from any other parish in
the State. AMiatis tho reason? It lies
near to tho other statement made above,
that the usual rent-charges iu Madsson
parish are 10 per acre, und tho ginning
charges 7 per bale. Certainly the mer
chants there are njt growing rich, for tho
principal street lu Delta Is almost disman
tled. More than half tho shops nro closed
altogether, and tho only shop that seems to
be at all prosperous is one that tries to en
force the principle of cash-poynicnU."
THE DAILY flATRO BULLETIN:
And right in the face of these, assurances
that come from an honest Republican
source, tho Chicago Tribune is clam
oring . loudly fr iJ tho
the poor blacks who . aio fleuiiw from tho
shot guns and Bowie kuives of tho South
ern whites, ami the scarcely less fatal extor
tions of tho Southern shop keeper. Tho
"avaricious shop keeper" who furnishes the
negro goods and trusts to tho success of the
crop for his money, breaks up, nnd the
greatest outpouring of blacks is from those
localities where the blacks themselves are
supreme in evcrythinn! Yet tho Republi
can howl passes all along tho line "the
poor negroes: they are Hying from the bull
dozers, from the bodies of their kindred
left danglinir from the trees from a terror
and bondage greater than those from which
they were libcrftted by the armies of
tho Luicn! x.vcry word of which is
known to be slanderously lalse.
IMPROVING THE MISSISSIPPI.
Capt. C. M. Scott, who has devoted about
forty years of his life to the business of
steaniboating, completely explodes the fal
lacy that tho navigation of the Mississippi
river can bo Improved and the adjacent
lands redeemed by the plan advocated by
Cajitain Cowden. Wo ask a perusal of the
following extract which we make from a
pamphlet recently published by Scott, "On
the Improvement of the Western Rivers:"
"Capt. Cowden advocates the opening of
outlets, first into the Gulf, and next into
the swamps; and also to divert Red river
into the Calcasieu.
"Capt Cowden does not appear to know
that the sediment-carrying capacity depends
upon the velocity, and that the velocity
depends upon the fall and volume
modified by .the curves, and that
it the vsluine is reduced without in
creasing the fall, or reducing the curves,
the velocity will be reduced, causing a
more rapid deposit and destroying the nav
igatiou and increasing the malarious char
acter of thecouutry; in short, reducing it
to the same character as the lower Danube
or the sluggish lagoons of the south. This
plan can only be of the most temporary
character, as the constant deposits conse
quent on the lessened volume, aided by the
lengthening, will soon destroy the naviga
tion, aud with the destruction of naviga
tion will also destroy the country by increas
ing the malarious area.
Capt. Cowden has issued several pam
phlets illustrative'of his views of river in
provements, and, if his knowledge of wUt
is required on the subject is to be judg?d
by the premises be has laid down in his
paper, it will show clearly that he does not
comprehend the problem. He claims that
the crevasse at Bonuct Quarre has lessened
the rise of the river t Vntehez over six
feet, and on this assertion he bases hi:
scattering theory. His claim, unless showi
to be false, will certainly draw converts tt
his theory, and it is the durV of those tha
know the fallacy of his prcniNcs to show
their real merit.
Captain Cowden does not p -ar to know
the effect of curves any better than he does
the effect of volume. Tlic change in the
shape of the river at Ellis Cliffs, 20 miles
below Natchez, has produced the effect
that he imputes to the crevasse 235 miles
below. A few years ago the river struck
the bluff at an acute angle, and banked up
in the same manner (but worse) than it now
does at Columbus, backing the current for
miles above Natchez. The point belnw
has gradually been rut away until now the
current comes in below the bluff, and has
cut a wide regular bend, ami allows the wa
ter a free passage, lessening the resistance
to the (low of water during floods. If
Crowden had known the effects of curves,
he would not have been led into this error.
Iu the last forty years there h.we
been four heavy crevasses i'rim
Bonnet (Juarre Church down, and
several between there and tho mouth of
Red River; but until the point nt Ellis
Cliffs wore away sutlieicntly to destroy the
dam that it caused, there was no knowledge
of such a grand effect as that given by
Tn K Bi.KssiMi ok Stho.no Nkuvks Is
recoverable, not by the use of mineral seda
tives, but by a recoiuw! to eftectinil tonic
treatment. Opiates and thu like should
only be used as auxiliaries, and then as
sparingly ns possible. Vidimus nerves
are quiet ones, and tho must din ct way to
render them so is to reinforce the vital en
ergies. That sterling inv'yoriint, Hostctter's
Stomach Bitters, will be found all-sufficient
for this purpose, since it entirely removes
impediments to thorough digestion nnd as
similation of tho food, so that the body is
insured its due umoiint of nourishment, and
consequently of stamina. Rheumatic ten
dencies and affections of the kidneys and
bladder are also counteracted hy tho Bitters,
which Is besides a pleasant medicinal stim
ulant, Infinitely purer than the raw excit
ants of commerce, which rcuet injuriously
upon tho nervous system.
Ql'khy. Why will men hihiko common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seol of North Carolina" nt tho mo pricot
Ciikw Jackson's bent Sweet Navy To
I! U C II U .
A Sptcitic : Remedy For All
BLADDER it KIDNEYS
Kor Debility. !. of Memory. Indirtor iliou to
hxert on or HaMui im, Miortnem ot iiremn
Troubled with Thought or Difeane. hlmtuTS u:
Vlf ich, I'ain in the Hack. fuet. und Head, ltm-h o
Blood to the Head, l'ale C'omiteoince aud Dry Skin.
If thene KvmptuniB are allowed to to on, very
frequently t)lleitie Kit and Conmni'tion folio .
WVii the constitution become nilei ted it nutim-i-th.-aid
of an iavioratitii medlriue to Mn ttheu
aud tone up thv f)tem wisich
DOES IX EVERY CASE.
By any remedy known. It l prewribed by the
mte-t eminent pbyiticiane all over the world, in
Aches and rains,
General 111 Health.
Female Complaints, etc.
Headache. Ptiln in thn xhuulder. Coiiu'b. IMzzl
iienh. Sour Stomach Kruptioii". Iiiid TaMe In th.i
Mniitli. l'alpltailon of the Heart. I'ain in the re
I.Mot) of the Kidney', and a thousand other painful
i-ymptoiiiH, arc the oflr-prliiu'" of liy-pepia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And PlimulatcH Ihu tortiid Liver. HowcIm. nud Kid
lievH to healthv action. In cleunxltiK the' blood of
all ImpiirllleH. and impunity new life and viM"t o
the wholH fVNtem. , , , . .
A Kliiwi'- hi ho pufllclent to ronvlnre the
moot hurdtntiut; of In valuahlo remedial (tialltleK.
PItlCE 1 l'EB BOTTLE
Or Six llottlcs for 83.
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came attention lie by ciilllny.
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Di-ntrylst nntl Clicniist,
Sec that the private Proprieta
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Tarrant's Effervescent Kelt.ir Aperient
In uiicd liy rational ticcwla a 'mean of relieving
nil (lurongi'meiiU or thu atomarh, llvur und Inter
tlnef. because It riwiuvr olnlruiiloii" without pain,
aud impart vlor to thu uremia which It juriCcs
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J. It DAY, laic ol thellrmof W. T JJluckwell 4 Co
DURHAM, N. C.
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Physician. Mount Hope Iletrent, Iliiltiiuore.
Wrlt-: "I havo Krent ttleauro In additijj mv tetl
niouy to the virtue r (.'olden LiKiina l.iuhii Ux
tka(T (if Hkkf and Tonic luvlnorntor a tho very
bet prcmiratlou ned furdeiiremioli. weakuein At.il
iudicwtlon, therefore, conriuently recommend
the iwdiial profetmou." bold by all (IriiKKltta.
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pflO wf. "Sr Collins k Co,
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Wj widpty Aunu.u."ft.aryiij Kv per iii'..uu
l..4 woulT(iit irivtnliit. k',fa,vW(,"qy,
nonth and i-ipnef guaranteed to Ann.'.,
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ACO..N. V '
U N PA ItALLELLLI) OFFKIL
A -FKEE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OK
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
We will mud one of our 1IKAI.T1I KHeTt'R
IXti 1'AltS to anv Invalid aff.'.rtc-d with I.ivr
f.jmuint. (IHLls and KKVKH, IMiK.tS
TIOS. COMlYKNKfS. N.rv..u Headm te,
I)yppia, Nervou lichllltj and Impure Himc,
if tbey will reud u ti I r vniplumi iti'i ati
dre and at'reo to n-nd u Jj.ix if It vttn-'.
a cure to ibelr entire ittiiiiciion. otteiwire
there will ht no rLarne. We will do tln to tiil
viuce the public ul (lie :iptrlor ali.c a t
OF OUR PADS.
Ard that they will do all e ay. A tl;ii(.,f
. II meeKarily 1; limited In immler, wuL;e
therefore, an early application will tie madi-. Ad
drem, erj '.pii ttuilv Your.
171 E!m tr--et. t luriiiuatl, Ohio.
rbjficiaii p ak in Term- of I'raift in favor of lie
Cixciniati. June . Ki'.
Ilavins had omeroiiitleiade ariiiaintat, e :-h
the operation ol th'- Pad. I can coin iew im. y
rernmmi'iid It a an xci ll nt r medv In ail lLe i..v
ean lor hi li iJr. Koihi coiiui-i-l lt u-.
MI. .1. HAI.UAS Kl.!..
.'T'i i or-' Mn-et. l liic :i.i.ui:.
What K-. Jn,-pt Kiiii-ry. the well kilo.'-u c .'.y
flSc-INVATI. .Ill lie
llavil) i! lun! n lutr.' nritiuiniai.i iih 1 1 r l i.r! e.
I am ai i'll' d li nt luili-rr Ik- n-eoninii-iiiU he i! i t
to eonc icueloiiciy, Mi ill prove nil tln-v pm:n m.
nt.N. .KKl'li KMtKY.
Exttad from a f-w of i li,- Manv Letter frcqiuu'S
reri'lvnl at lut- Olllee.
due my: "I f el that vour l'ad hnvr ave, mv
life " Another u: --Vour I'ud ha Jit ri aiird
l:.y ra-e. It ha entirely relnovi d mv eollveije,
and iiinoiieiit M k lle.idaihe. Aimtber rte :
Your 1'ad a'ti tided irlet!y to lnlne. and lu
fortv I'ijhl hour 1 li-lt a well a ever." AnutLr:
"Your rad hn cured ineof ltii;ioiiM.e and a tor
pid Liver. I nut ) tter than I Iihvd lie- ii in (wen:
viara." Still aiinther a: I rnve endured all ;Le
horror jrouiii out of a torpid Liver and lH'iiepn u
Alter uaiii'j your pad ail ihenclll left me. ' ( r.o
more:--"l liau- ucd your I'nd ltb perfei-tly uli
lu ioiy re-ul., und clevrfully recouieud them :o
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,tark. I'luini' ol tnu iinu. rreinuiuri' lil .Me,
and inanv other illeHe tlmt P nd to liimiiiltv. t en-
uinptlon and u I'remntiire iiruve, nil of lili li a a
rule urn llrxt caued hy devliuim; from tin pnth of
nature aud over lii(lnl"eiii i'. I ho Specific -llc , i.c
I the remit ol n lile ludyiin(l many year ol ex
perience III trentlni; thoc pecml ilreai'
l'ull parllctiliir In our piniiphlet-, whltli weuc
lre lo enil free liv mail to everv one.
The Sneeiiie Medicine If mill liv all dfllL'ld't n.
Jl per paeknire, or lx )nel;ii;.'e for J5, or wi.lho
enl by mull on rceeliit ol the nioiiev hy uililreflti
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IJOtNOllY. MACHINE SHOP AND
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u:i OHIO l.EVKK. CAIUO.IILS.
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1 TAVIVO elal)llliel III Work nt the above men
II tinned place. I belter prepared than ever for
uiiinufactiirluirHteain Knu'liie and Mill Machinery,
llavlnir a Nleatn Ilamiuer nud ample. Tool, tho
nmniil'actiiro or nil Kinua or .Machinery, Knllroad,
Meamboal and Uridyl Koitflnt'i" imide a 'clnlty.
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