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THE DAILY CAIRO BUI.LKTIX ': TUESDAY MOUSING, MAY fi, 1679,
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OFFICIAL rAPEIt OV AI.KXASDElt C.O'.'N'TY.
M.I1. Man-ell, Kilitoi'.
ASM IVNCF.M FATS.
pull 8VPUEME JUWili-VlKST DlsTliK.T.
I hereliyninioa'.u'o. myself a candidate Mori' the
people, at the vii;ilni: .lane election. In the fc'lrt
Judicial Dis;rict, fur the ultlce of .Ind-.'i' of the Su
preme court. .KiUN U. ML'I.KEY.
March -.Mill It-".'.:.
U'OU JVDUE OF TUP !"' TIT ClH'itT
t FIKST C IlIL L J1V.
We nro ituthoii."d to aiinounce Damix M.
Hkou xi.so. of Franklin county, as a candiuate f r
Circuit Jutl'."', in the Firt Cir.uit. sulijeet to the
decision ol tiie Democratic Judicial Convention to
be held in Cairo, on the Mil day of .May, IHl'.l.
We arc authorized to nnuminco that Hon. .Tajiks
M. WAsnariiN. of V.'iliiainsiin county, is a candi
date for the iiiV.cc of Circuit tludiri'.' for the Firt
eir'tilt. sulijeet i i the ileolon ofiliu Democrat!)'
Judicial convention to he livid in Cairo on the Htli
day of -May, 1;ii,
We are authorized to iinii!i:ri' Jons M. I.assio n
h a candidate lor Circuit Jinla lu the First .In
iliclal Circuit. Mlhjcct to Ihn decision of the Demo
' Daviii J. Dakeii will lie u candidate for Circuit
.Indite in tho First Judicial Circuit, at the election
to he held ou the '.M day June, lsru.
TO TIIE DEMOcKATS OF TIIE FIIWT
Acting lunliT it rts;)lnili)ii mlojitt'il o.i
tin-day of April, 1ST!), liy tlu- Dcnui
mtic Juillcitxl Coniniittuc of tho first cir
cuit, at a met'tiii!' lielil in Caini, I dn Iuti;
ly call ti ileloytito Convi'iitioii if the Dcm
oiirnts of siii'l circuit, to Vic hi'M it C'uiro,
Illinois on Tuesday tho sixth ilny uf Muy,
189, at ten o'clock, a. in., for flu jnirpusi!
of nominating three camliiluti'S for the of
fice of Circuit Jinlg', to be voted for tit the
ensuing June election.
Und"r lli o liases of repivsentation
adopted by th-j ('ojniuittee of one delcgati'
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction o:' (wo hundred votes
over one hundred, cast fur thu Tilden and
Hendricks electors, the counties compo.Miy '
the circuit will each he cniilled in the
foavoation to t'ae lUlowing number of
Alexander ill'ope !
Franklin " I'ulaski 4
Hardin .1 Saline "i
Jackson lt l"nio:i 11
Johnson 4 Williamson S
It ia suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
of selecting delegates on Saturday the ild
day of May, 1879. W. W. J5.utu,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, IW.
Sksatok Dl.MNK has consented to deliver
a number of campaign speeches in Ohio
this fall. The senator from Maine still has
ii lingering idea that he may need the vote
of that state himself, and he eoinid a s it of
the firet importance that she should wheel
into line at tins next gubernatorial election.
The Rurlington Gazette remarks:
"Hayes doesn't believe in "riders'' to appro
priation bills, yet when he was an insignill-
cant member of Congress from Ohio, he
voted for this same legislation as a "rider''
to nn appropriation bill, and President
Johnson signed it under protest. Does thu
cowardly varlet think that the people have
forgotten? History cannot be ialsilled by
The town of Poeassct, Massachusetts,
has developed another Jcptlm. Kzru Wil
liard, convincing himself by much liible
rending and Insane thinking that the second
advent of Christ could be hastend by human
sacrifices, deliberately murdered his little
even-year old girl, us n hUerilice to the
Lord. The bloody minded old brute, could
easily persuade himself that it wus not ins
blood the Lord wanted. It never occurred
to him that ho could make good terms
with celestial powers by cutting his own
throat. No. His insanity didn't take
that turn. Now the best thing that can be
done to the murderous old wretch, is to
(fie him up as a wicrlllic t' the law. Such
fiends arc much Utter dead than alive,
and the law ought to kill 'em off, as fust as
tficy develop tlicuibtWoi.
THE JUDICIAL CONVENTION
rultlic sentiment has always accorded
tho Judiciary a purer atmo.-pln re than mat
breathed by tho average politician. To
that sentiment may bo ascribed the law
that places our Judicial elections at a time
when the public mind is least likely be
agitated over political issues; and, although
the Electoral Commission gave the senti
ment a tremendous shock, yet the; majority
of voters continue to invest tho Judiciary
with asaeredness that politics are likely to
tarnish when brought in lamiliar contact
therewith. I5ut it was thought, in this cir
cuit, that, unless a Democratic convention
were held the minority party would secure
a majority of the Judges; and the Demo
cratic masses, with as good a grace as pos
sible, acquiesced in that conclusion. Of
course they do not feel and cannot feel a
"gush" of party zeal in the matter; because
the stop is a new and unusual one. And
being so, the convention that meets in this
city to-day, must, if it expects its nominees
to realize the advantages usually attending
party nominations, not fail to place a ticket
in the field that will be just, equitable and
iair whether gauged by population,territory,
busincss.or the public needs. The convention
must not, for instance, give the four coun
ties, lying on the west side of the circuit,
and containing AOOO inhabitants, all three
of the nominees, and give tke seven coun
ties, with their 1)0,000 population, lying on
the river or east side of the circuit, no nom
inee at nil. In other words, the tenitory
a id people embraced within the limits of
Union, Jackson, Williamson and Franklin
counties must not take all three of the
Judges, and leave the larger territory and
larger population embraced within the lim
its of Alexander, I'ulaki Johnson Saline
Massac, Popcr-nd Hardin, counties, all ly
ing in a body, without any Judge at all.
To assure the convention of t!io impropriety
of such tiling, it is only necessary we take
it, to call attention to it.
To unite the party in support of the nomi
nees, the convention mu-t present a ticket
that will be just to all parts of the ciicuit.
It must give to the upper, the central and
southern portions of the circuit, each, a
representative on the ticket. That it ought
to do so and will do so, iias b'een tho opin
ion of leading Democrats in all parts of the J
district, ever since t';i"ca'.l for tho omven- j
tiou was first issued.
To insure victory we mut have harmony
and to insure harmony the convention to
day need but adopt one ru'.e of procedure,
and that is to be guided bv the dictates
of justice and the suggestions of fair deal
ing. Tin: St. Louis Ki'publicau is of the opin
ion that Vanderbilt and (iould, instead of
being hostile competitors for superiiuify,
are really working hand-iu-liaud for the
control between them of ail the railroad
property in the country. If such is the
scheme, however, it will lie a long time
and a Litter light before Tom Scott and
John W. darn tt are brought under the
yoke, and various important ' changes in
the through railway system of the country
would likelv be the result.
PoT AND KKTTLK
No honest man, be he Democrat or Re
publican, who puts aside his party preju
dices, and gives the "second sober thought"
a chance, can repress a feeling of disgust
for the inconsistency, the hypocrisy and
. ... -i., ... ...I .
downright (iisiionesiy oi tuose men m
Congress and elsewhere who set themselves
tip as party leaders and exponents of party
The discusSiou of the Army Appropria
tion bill, considered in the light of our
political history, places both parties in the
position of repudiators of their own records
With great ability, and with a zeal that
seems to have been begotten of conviction,
the Democrats insist that legislation in At
propriation bills Is sanctioned by precedent,
is right; and that the Democratic party
will plant itself firmly in that position
"And In what sort of a dilemma," exclaims
our Democratic orators, "do you Republi
cans who assail this position, place your
selves The Wilmot proviso was saddlei
upon an army appropriation bill, nml all
the Freo-soilers and old Whigs of that con
gross voted for it. And ten years later
John Sherman, now of the President's cab
inet, saddled the regular Army Appropria
tion bill with h proviso, declaring that no
purt of thu army should be employed to
enforce the enactments of tho of the Kansas
Legislature, until the validity of that body
should be passed upon by congress. The
iioubb '"'ingl'eptiblicitn, passed thepr iviso,
but the Democratic Senate refused to Lgrce.
The House refused to recede andcotgress
adjourned without making the appr pria
tion. In the light of this history, w. ask,
where do you Republicans tint.1 yourselves,"
Sure enough. And in the light of the rtiuc
history where do Democrats find tliomsi Ives ;
Each party finds itself in the other'" old
shoes. Tho Democrats, who then fund
mi adjournment of congress rather than
divest Pierce of thu right to use troops in the
adjustment of the territorial n flairs of Kan
sas, now regard the liberty of tho citizen
imperriled unless that same right is taken
away from tho President. Tho Republi
cans who were appalled at tho idea f
using the army in tho adjustment of State
and territorial affairs, and insisted upon di
vesting the President of that despotic power,
now stand faced squarely about, and de
mand for the president of to-day, tho right
to place Federal bayonets at every voting
place in the country. The Democrats were
wrong then; but are right now. The
Republicans were right then; but
wrong now. In the mere exchange of bases
there is nothing especially reprehensible;
but in the efforts of one party to damn the
other on tho score of its 'inconsistency, in
sincerity and dishonesty while both are
smirched alike in that way; in the fact of
the Republican kettle calling the Demo
cratic pot, black; and vice versa, the intel
ligent masses see that which supremely dis
gusts them, and so intense has that disgust
become that party trammels can no h.ng.-r
prevent a public expression of it.
PnoTixvr Tin-; Svsthm i-'iiom M.w..u:ia.
It is possible to do this even in regions of
country where miasma is most rife, and
where the periodic fevers which it causes
assume their most formidable types. The
immense popularity of Hosteter's SMiiiaeh
Litters is very largely attributable to the
fact of its cllicacy as a remedy for chills
and fever, bilious remittents, and as a
preventive of tlio various forms "i
malarial disease. In those portions
of the West and South where complaints of
this nature prevail, and in the Tropics, it is
particularly esteemed for the protective in
lluence which it exerts; and it has been
very widely adopted as a siib-iitute for the
dangerous and comparatively ineffective
alkaloid, sulphate of quinine. Physicians
have not been among the last to concede
its merits, and the emphatic professional
endorsements which it has rreived have
added to t!i.' reputation it h::4 obtained at
home and abroad.
Don't Hk Di.ci:ivi:i).--Many i;is ns say
"I haven't got the Consumption"' when
asked to cure their Cough with Sliiioh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs had to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cup' a
cough or a:iy lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail ;.t:d
our faith in it is so positive that we will
fund the price
if veil rei-.'ive no b' li-
clit. Is not this a fair piojo.-.'u;iai. P:i- j
lOets. 50 cts. and sl.00 ,'r In i'.le. I'.,r j
lame Chest. Rack or side. Use Sl:i! ii's !
Porous Piaster Price t.'5 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver comiilaint. Constipation, and gen
cral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
1(1 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Rairiay
"II okM!,T.s k" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by llarelay liroihers.
CoNSl'Mt'TIONCl UK!). --All old piiysieiall,
'.tired from practice, having ha.d placed in
lis hands by an l'.ast India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speeds' and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrah, asthma, and
all throat and lung affection.., a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has lilt it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to re
lieve human suffering, I will send, free of
charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with
full directions for preparing and using, in
(lernian, French, m Lnglish. S, ,t bvmail
by addiessing with stamp, miming ihi m
per. W. W. Sherar, 1 111 Powell lilock,
Rochester, New York.
A Cum. To all who are "iiU'ciing from
the errors and indiscretions of y,tt wy.
vous weakness, early decay, o ,,f Uu,n.
hood,&c., lwill send a riTipi' tln.t w ill tture
you, KHKK OK CIIAKOH. This gli al remedy
was iliscovered by a missionary ; Souh
America. Send a self-uddressedenv, ,,. to
the Rev. Josni'ii T. Inmas, station d, Xow
NoTICK. TO AM. WHOM IT MAY I o.M'KltN !
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traeted by any of its employes, ur uny one
cunnuctcil with the Bulletin, wu the
same is made on a written order signal by
myself, and the order must lie attached to
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for advertising or job work are valid unless
tho same uru endorsed by myself,
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Female Comiilaints, etc.
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A slni'li' 1 r I :il will lie nitlleli'iit to roiivliH'o the
niosi liesiia'.lin; ol lis Milnalile remedial iiualltles,
Or six Lotties for 85.
nellvered to any inKtii'sx free from olmervatlon.
"I'atleiils" may eoiisiili ley leller, receiving the
niine alleiitliiii uk liv eallilii!.
Colnlieleiit pliVHleain attend to CorrecjiolidenlH.
All lelters cliimld lie sdilrefed Id.
Pi itgs'lsi mid Chemist,
See that the private Proprieta
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lelav euii-i'd liy Sunday inerveiii:e..'. 'j't, :itei
day iil'ten.oun train froa'i Cairo iinl - in N. k Vei.c
Muiiday inoniine at In: -ii. 'J !i lit v-i-i v hn.ir- i:i
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e that eali eMii I"' laii'lllleil I or tiie 1 1 uf ilriiN,
llllt Hull all lie ai'teil on 111 II t:,r lllnre M.tNI'aetnlV
and iiermaiieiii iiintin. 1 I.) 1 tie llo..'.lA. 1 I'.'KJt
1'AD iu. s i:i;mkh:i.s,
""IS' II I II I M'l'N 'HH ( 'lIM'H, l''i I HI I l.V .. V.
UiiTTvUh1";'i1 tn In' tt',V"ml ti
1 1 1 Ti 1 1 M ( j i 1 1 u ', li'ivc bi'i'ii S:v
oil uuitcr tin' Mill I A' t i ) ' 'l' C lunn
Jil'lllI'llll'M v lolll'. ,
If (itietloned, ceinl lor our iuniiil (, "NatmVl
I.iuvk." ylvllitf extended lllfoi'llllllloll nu, li.iMi
tilulr from Die tll'M ieoplu ol Hie, eoiuiiry. Miul'l
'"'Hie retnedlen nre will liy tnaii. iio"t iiihi. on k
ililpt of pl'lee. exeepl Hie i"lli h I. heiil liy in
lirecKlit ilin liai'el''iexiieloe.
Coii-iillatlon free, and toil elted at our nfiu'e, c
liy mall, Klvlnrf full iti-foi 1 pt I.ui ol join eai-e.
DLSCHIPTIVK PKK H LIST.
ItKlil'I.AU PA')- i'i '! Ineiiient ill"elleK, (In
Kliiuon CIiIUm innl l-'uver. etit.
M'Ml'IAI. PAD J:l '; Clironle Liver mid ISlon
in Ii I i f in ili'i'K. ami Miliaria.
Ml'l.KKN IlKI.T-S'1 m' Klilari'ed Mpleeu nil
l.lver mid I hill Cuke.
INKA.NT PAD-ft Ml; l'leveniallve innl turn l
1 liolern Inl'aniiilii lltid Siniiini
i Aiilllarleii for Nervoit
UoDYPl.ASTIiHH-rA' nml clreii'ntlvu Troul
He HiiohIiii; nil' ol;
FOOT " I'lilr Mlc . nirnciiiiim unit relnu'
I IliK pIllllN
1 Auxiliii'i' for eoldn. Sic
AIlSdltl'TION SAI.T-1 lieudueli!'. liliiiil.lieKH (..
Imx 'i'li'! lllioxeH, fl.'i" J exlreiiillleii, ele.
Knr further Inloriuiillon a. lu illi'eat.e. renelieil I)
Hie I'iiiI mill 1 1 n Auxiliaries, culirlilt oil I' paniphlel
HOLM AN LIVER rAI) CO.,
Koonn 3 uiiil 3, Hinner Uutltlliitf, t. Louli Mo.
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