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OFFICIAL PATER OF ALEXASDEU COUNTY.
M.H. Harrell, Kditor.
pon SVVllEME JUDGE FIRST DlsTHKT.
1 hereby nnnonnce mvelt n ratnlidate before the
iK-nple. at the eufuini: .lir.ie di ction, in the First
Judicial District, fur the office of Jud'.-e of the Ml
preme court. JuUS 11. MULKEY.
March 4 It U 1879.
170R JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT C0U11T
r F1KST ClUCLlT.
We arc anthoried to announce Daniki. M
Rkowniko, of Kninlilln county, ?in a rnudidato for
(Tren t .Tudrre. in t ho i-Imt ( null, utihluct to t ie
ileeiioii ol the Deinocratle Judicial Convention to
bo held m Cairo, ou the Mb day ul -May, ISil).
WVflre authorised to :lllllo;ince that Hon. .Tami:.
M. WAHtiians. of Wllliiinicou county, in a candi
date for the. olttco of Circuit Jud'.'e. for the Kirt
einiit. cabinet to the dccMon of tho Deniorrntle
Judininl coii veil tiyuto be IkM I11 Cairo ou the otlt
Uyif .May, Jdll'.
Ve are nullioilzeil to announce ,hm M. I.ANinrN
r.f a candidate for Circuit JiiiIl'c in the Firi-t .lu
il.'cial Circuit. Ntibject to the decision of tho Demo
Pavid J. BaKKR will be a cnr.didato for Circuit
.ludu'e 111 the Flint Judicial Circuit, at the olecliou
!u Ik: held on the id day June, W.l.
TO THE IEMOCRATS OF THE FIRST
Acting under a resolution adopted on
tlie 3d day of April, 1ST!), 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 be held in Cairo,
Illinois, ou Tuesday tho sixth day of May,
1879, at ten o'clock, a. in., for the purpose
ot 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 Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
the circuit will eaeli be entitled in the
convention to the following number of
Alexander li Pope 4
Franklin 7 Pulaski 4
Hardin H Saline , 5
Jackson 10 Virion n
Johnson 4 fTliiainsoii 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
lay of May, 1870. W. W. Hunt,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1870.
Has a man who was by force and arms
fraudulently placed iu office, more wisdom
and authority than a majoriiy ol the peo
ple's representatives? It is not n matter of
surprise that Hayes, having gamed his po
rtion tli rough the power and protection of
the army, should advocate the continuance
jf troops at the polls. Hut the people
should not submit to such traudulent force.
If by his own obstinacy and blindness the
army must be disbanded the Democrats
can face the people upon a righteous
record and with clear consciences.
Thk New York World, referring to the
president's veto message, says : "The prin
ciple contended for by Congress should bo
presented to the president again at once in
lorm which shall leave him no choice lie
tween a complete acceptance ot it and a
flat rejection of it. The repeals contained
In the legislative appropriation bill, also,
ehould now be presented at once to him,
eparately. Under no temptation, under
n provocation, let Congress now adjourn
without making all the appropriations nee-
cssary to carr on the government.
. Vpfts tho nrotxmition tl 111 Ph1a1
t A ' vuui m ouiu-
i(X snail not w piaceu at the polls, the
Democratic party can well afford to go be-
forelhe country. The following from the
i ...(. ..t.i!.. !.i:...r ii .
m. JjOUIS ncpuuiiunu, limn nitu uic TClUm
to the Democratic majority iu congress, of
little, practical common sense: "It has
been agreed upon by the joint caucus com
mittee of the Democratic members of
congress comr-osi'il of live senator and ten
representatives, to report an independent
bill providing for the repeal of nil statutory
clauses permitting military interference at
the pulls. Tho understanding is to intro
duce this measure 011 Monday next and pass
it under a suspension of the rules in such
shape nS to make it difficult Air the presi
dent to rind any tenable grounds of objec
tion. In the meantime, the army bill being
dead, having tailed of passage over the ex
ecutive veto, no new bill will be reported
from the appropriations committee, nor will
the legislative bill be considered in the
senate, until the proposed repeal has been
finally and satisfactorily disposed of."
While it is true that politics should not
enter into Judicial elections, it is also true
ii.it nil lsn Iioin" enunl. the Democntts of
tin's Supreme Judicial circuit should be
permitted to name the successor of Judge
Hrcese. The district is largely Democratic
and in the selection of a Judge, the politi
cal preferences of the majority should be
respected. Judge Mulkey, of this city,
has been in the lield ever since last sum
mer. Quite recently E. 13. Green, Esq., of
Mt. Carmel, a gentleman of very decided
Republican proclivities, entered the con
test, and as between Mcssers. Mulkey and
Green no sane man doubted the triumph
of Mr. Mulkey. But matters were not to
remain in that shape. Three clever Demo
cratic gentlemen, jump into the field, and
tell Mr. Green that lie is not going to have
as easy a tiling of it as he supposed ; that
instead of beating one Democrat he must
beat four. And this Mr. Green will pro
ceed to do, unless a convention is held 1 a
step the people have warmly deprecated
or unless the Democrats of tit e district unite
upon Mr. Mulkey. The Democratic party
of Southern Illinois is the b!oodht cut
throat of the century; but. fool like, it
always keeps its knife sawing away on
its own throat.
It has 'rcn aptly remarked by the
Lniistiille Age that the current volume of
the Congressional Globe will bo a sore
puzzle to the future hUtoriun of our
country. When he reads the heroic
speeches with which its pages are filled, he
will imagine one of tho world's great
struggles between liberty and despotism.
Ho will rend that tho rebellion has been
revived in the body of the Democratic
paity, that ''shooting the Union to death''
having failed the mark, recourse was had to
the process of starvation, and that the con
temporaneous nihilism that convulsed Russia
and essayed the life of the Russian autocrat
was conservatism compared to the destruct
ive efforts of the American Democrats. On
another page he will read that tho Republi
can party, having lost its hold on popular
favor, resorted to the most flagrant attempts
of desperate despotism to retain its hold on
power. Ho will read that the American
citizen, shorn of his lib "fties. could ap
proach the polls to cast his vole only
through tiles of bavonets. and under the
espionage ol minions of despotism who
dictated to him how he should vote, and
if he declined to submit to such
dictation unceremoniously delivered
him to the bayonets to bo
marched off to n loathsome dungeon. Yet
when he comes to peruse other records of
our time, he will search in vaine for fresh
evidence of this great strugg'e between
destructiveness and despotism. He will
be amused to discover that all through this
fiery ordeal the great mass of the people
pursued their ordinary avocations, that
there were no evidences in the every-day
course of events to indicate the tremend
ous political disturbance that seethed and
boiled in congress; that, indeed, the people
remained as calm aud placid as a June-day
THE Old) MAN'S HEAD IS LEVEL.
Senator David Davis has asserted himself.
He is no longer a political nondescript; but
a statesman who comprehends the needs
of the times and seeks te supply them.
Speaking of the (1th section of the Army
Appropriation bill the old gentlemen em
ployed the following language:
"Ought the army to be used at the polls
when there has been profound pence for more
than a decade? Does anyone believe that
such a law would ever have received
the approval of the American congress
if it had been brought forward in a time of
peace? It was passed when a formidable
civil war was iu progress, taxing to the ut
most tho resources of tho country. In the
opinion of tho patriots of that day the
state of feeling in certain parts of tho coun
try was of such a character as to endanger
peaceful elections while tho war lasted, un
less a military force was kept in readiness
for any outbreak of popular commotion.
This was the conviction that prompted the
legislature, but I venture to say not one of
tho eminent men who voted for it intended
or expected that it would remain n part of
the permanent law of tho land. They were
too well read in the lessons of his
tory and the traditions of the
Anglo-Saxon race to believe that a free peo
pio would tolerate, except in great ctnerg-
THE DAILY CAiyO BULLETIN :
encics like a war waged for tho mainten
ance of the Union, the interference of tho
military in civic concerns. And they were
men of principh' and did not wish it to bo
otherwise. It is no new thing in time of
peace to repeal a law passed in war. In
deed, no wise statesman will hesitate to do
it if the law be unsuitable to tho changed
conditions of things. It is a part of the
very nature of every man of our race to re
bel against anything which interferes with
the freedom of elections, and the days of
the republic aye numbered if the people
ever consent to place the ballot box under
the protection of the bayonet."
THE SUPREME JUDGESHIP.
The Hardin county Democracy are oiit-
spoketi in their endorsement of Judge
.Mulkey 's candidacy for the Supreme bench.
At the county convention held in Eliza
bcthtown, the other day, the following res
olutions were passed unanimously:
Resolved, that should emergencies neces
sitate a convention for the nomination of
a candidate for Supreme Judge (which we
trust will not be the case), that the dele
gates to this judicial circuit convention act
as such, and they will in such case cast the
vote ot Hardin county for the Hon. John
II. Mulkey of Cairo, for that position, tiist,
last and all the time.
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
convention that tho unlimited support of
the same be tendered the Hon. John H.
Mulkey, believing at the same time that it
is the sense of all parties irrespective of
polities throughout the county, if not the
district, and we pledge him the same,
knowing his etheicncv to honor the sent on
the Supreme bench of the late Hon. Judge
Hreesc. deceased, and recently tilled bv
Hon. David J Haker.
RIVER AND HARBOR HIM..
Commenting upon the ar.no'iueemer.t
that the eight million appropriation :Vr
river and harbor improvemeats. will r. t lie
paid over by the Secretary of the Tr asury.
an exchange seu-ibly reinarM tint the.
President's prerogative is to execute the
laws of Congress. nc reason i si.T.cl for
delay is that pension i.rtvars and other
pauses would render it impnctiiv.'.e to
provide for these works for months to
Secretary Sherman, in a cabinet consul
tation called attention to the extraordinary
demands on the treasury at the present
time, growing out of the process of rel'itud
uigthe public debt, as 0:10 of the principal
reasons why it would not be possible to
provide for these expenditures at the time
prescribed by law, namely on ami afler the
1st of July. We fail to discover where
these "extraordinary demands on the treas
ury"' arise in the refunding process
Certainly enough bonds have been sold to
take up all the bonds that have been ended,
and the syndicate are gi' M ily for all that
have been authoriz 'd by law. Is tic 1 x
pcutive going to ailiiiinisfer such a part of
the laws as .suits his paitisan proclivities.'
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on hi lt amiKi : i:
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Aiuiuio Acuuiiiuiie, I'ain In tin "v "ujj
Hark, DIlnncMH nf tln Ylnloii, I'irniiitiirp Oh! A".-,
nml many other ilUenvm Hint Inul u lnniilty. ni,
riiiuptlm'i und a rreinainre t.rnv.'. all nl'whl'i h ii i
rule alii IIM ciiufed hy deviating Irmn the path of
nature nml n"i""lniilli;eni"e. 'j'he Sprclllc Mnlicii o
l thu nuill of 11 life etiidy nml many vmrs ol ti
perleni'u III treiltllitf tlien' sjiivin! i!tra'i
K11II pnrtleiilarH in our pamphletH, w hli h wo lie
lre in Nciitl tree hy mall to cwr.v line.
The SperiHe Mi'dli lne ir uolil liv all dril!.'i.'lt lit
(1 per iin'kiiu'e. nr lv pin kn.'eK Im or wlllhu
cut hy mail oil ri'ieltil nl the liinnrv hv ailillefsil.ir
THK OKAY MKlilOlNK to..
No. HI Mechanic lllnck, Hktiioit. Mien.
lSnM In tairu. 111., hy I'aci. . Si tit ii. hi il
ty DrilntrlstK i-vi-n-wlH're,
I HON' WOKKS.
lOUXDRV, MACHINE SHOP AND
-1 STEAM FOROE.
Vulcan Ihox AVouks
n OHIO I.KVKK. CAIRO. IT l.S.
J0I111 T. Jieiiiiie,
HA VI NO cHiahlli'lieil Inn work" nt tin shove men
tinned plncii l hetter puplili'd than ever lor
iniimifHi'tiirliitf Mtenm iiKliiva nml Mill Machinery,
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imviiiK n pii'iiiii in........ . iii'iu lonip, mil
niRiitllnctiire nf nil klnda of Muchliiery. Itiillronil,
HieamlMint und llrldc roriflnim mnili. n ni-i lnltr.
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Ilrmm L'llKt 111!" (if 111 kllldn Hindu In nrdri
I fx-K If 1 1 mr j n a lis tirnmheii.
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work "Our Counitv and lluv mi, mi im. n..
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lltiiidred Yfain." 1 linn hi-cn iriinuimrcd to im
'n nolit U-ul und nUlotlfut Lriim.ii iipji iihi,m u.......
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tnlMlnm. to Aifi'iiti. fver luild. Ii nelln at aiitlit,
Moud Tor rlrdilarp (jlvlnir all Informallon.
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