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iiilyUoruing Daily in Southern Illinois
M.U. Ilarrell, TCdltor.
nn Ki-vurvp .trm;F.FIKsT D1STU1CT.
I hereby announce mvseU a candidute before the
people., atthe ensuing June election. In tho First
Judicial District, for ilie otlice of Judce of the Su
Vtvme court. JOHN 11. ML'LKEY.
-rOR ' JTDLiE OF THE C1RCV1T COVRT-
X' FIRJST CIKCUT.
ffe are authorized to annouuee Daniel M.
Bkowmno. of Franklin county, aa a candidate fr
Circuit JndL'e, in the Firvt Circuit, cubject to the
leclKion of the Democratic .luilicial Convention to
he held ill Cairo, on the tith day of May, 1STS).
We are nuthorl.ed to Hiinouncf ,1iiin M. I.ansdkn
m a candidate for Circuit Judce Tu the Firnt .In
dicial Circuit, object to the decision of the Demo
Paviii .1. Baukh will be a candidate for C'in nit
J'.iil'e in the Firm Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the lid day June,
A very zealous country contemporary,
who iloesu't care what he says, declares
that "tho Republican party saved the coun
try.'' 11 the declaration were true, and it
is not,.the fact that the party saved the
country didn't give it the right to subse
quently steal it.
It is nice condition of society that is
maintained in the Republican State of Col
orado. The following is from Republican
authority, the Denver Tribune, and as it
has no special connection with politics, it
is probably entitled to credence :
"Among our citizen who o ubout with ls
fhooter in (helrblp pocketi arc preachers, doctor,
lawyer, judge, achool teachers, cho!ars, bunlneos
men, tourlnts, clerks, salesmen, and even errand
boys. Eycu the ladies are larc owners. The lower
!acdo not so uniformly urra themselves with
jevo'.reri as the upper ones. Perhaps, and indeed It
probably Is, bcrauso they cannot ffford a pistol.
An offlcerwho had Jnst arrested a thief, after a des
perate struggle, remarked to Cjo writer recently,
"I'll bet thatif I had asked for that kind of assis
tance every man In that crowd lining the sidewalk
would have pulled a revolver." "
How happens it, gentlemen of the Re
publican press, that we hear no more gush
about Democrats paying rebel debts? Why
the profound and protracted silence on that
vub'iect? The 43rd and 41th Congress,
wherein the Republicans had complete con
irl, paid over one hundred million dollars
of the Southern claims,. The 45th and 46th
Congress, partially and wholly under Dem
ocratic control, paid how much? Not one
dollar! With their arms, elbow deep into
the Federal treasury, pulling out millions
of dollars every month to apply to the pay
uoent of rebel claims, Republican congress
men raised the lusty howl, manifestly to
divert attention from themselves; ''Look
out, good people, look out for the Demo
crats! If they obtain control of congress
they'll pay the rebel debt:" And while
they continued to howl they continued to
pull out the millions. The dreadful Dem
ocrats finally enmo into power; but they at
onco sat down on that little Republican
game. Tliey pulled the Republican
plunderer' arms out of the treas-1
ury, and sought to close up the rebel
claim avunuu to the Federal caab box. In
this were they aided by the Republicans?
Not a bit of it. Ou the contrary the lull
introduced by Mr. Uragg, tho Wisconsin
Democrat, to abolish the Rebel Cluims
Commission, was opposed by the Republi
cans in a body, under the lead of (Jarllcld.
and defeated. What do honest Republi
cans think of that? Two yers ago the
whole party was eonvulsisl by tin; f, itr that
tho Democrats would bankrupt the treasury
' by paying the Hud daims. Now that
Democrats sy that no such claims shall be
paid; we'll barricade the treasury au'uinst
them, the Republicans face about and be.
couie the cbampions of the rebel elainiunts.
This Is called Republican strategy ; When
t4hing aro called by their proper names it
will bi known aa political prrfl.1v; self-
, ' . . ,,
,.jHoltiflcUoD, downwnght dmbontsty.
THE JUDICIAL TICKKT.
The ticket presented to tlio voters of the
First circuit, by the convention tliut tnct
in this city, Tuosilny, is oue tliat will not
fuil to command the hearty uirovul of
the Democrats of the circuit,
The vote received by Judge Crawford
(il of the (10 vote represented by the
convention shows that for the position
he seeks he is the undoubted choice of
every comity in the circuit. And this un
bounded popularity he has won by services
on the bench. He has given the people
. - . . ..i.:,;,.. i.;s ,nll.,stv .. ... 1 ;,,.
tiality. lie has not permitted his courts to
eat up the substance of the taxpayers. On
the contrary, he has, by keeping an eye on
expenses, as well as by his exact business
methods, brought thn cost of his courts
to the lowest figure that is consistent with
a proper administration justice. That
Judge Crawford will command the support
bis of entire party, draw largely from the
Republican vote, and be triumphantly elect
ed, is conceded everywhere and by everybody
Judge Daniel M. Browning Is a compara
tive stranger in the lower end of the cir
cuit; but never before did a stranger win
more rapidly than he upon the respect and
confidence of the people. An assurance of
this is given in tie fact that on the first
ballot he received twenty-one votes more
than were necessary to effect his nomina
tionand within eleven votes of the entire
strength of the convention. It was but nec
essary tor the people to see Judge Brown
ing to feci assured of his intelligence, hon
esty and integrity. He has served the peo
ple of Franklin county in the capacity of
County Judge, long and well, entering
upon his second term of service with the.
unanimous indorsement of his fellow citi
zens. His near neighbors presented him to
the convention as a geeutleman of spotless
integrity, as abundantly qualified for the
position, and as a man whose great personal
popularity would secure him huudreds of
votes from his political adversaries.
Hon. John M. I.ansden. of this city, like
Mr. Browning, was not, prior to his an
nouncement, generally known throughout
the district. Bet those who do know him
do not hesitate to say that, in point of men
tal culture, krowledge of the law, clear
headedness and moral worth, he lias no supe
rior among the lawyers connected with the
nar of Southern Illinois. He is a L'.Mi'ilc-
uian of a retiring disposition, who naturally
shrinks from the hurrah. th; strat'irv and
intrigue of warm election content.-: and
must win the race, if he wins at a!!, by a
straightforward, upright, gentlemanly
course of conduct. To possess himself ot
the prize for which he is contending be
would not utter a single unfounded word
of disparagement ot his competitors, or do
any act that would not, at any time, become
a gentleman. Ilis warmest and most devo
ted friends are among those who have
known him longest and know him best;
his enemies arc-nowhere. He will enlist
in his behalf the efforts of the best work
ere of the party; and, although he is a
Democrat, he has devoted his whole time
to law, and no part of it to polities. Hence
it is entirely safe to say that hundreds of
Republicans in this end of the district.
knowing how completely his mind will In
divested of all political prejudice how In
will, if elected, be a ju.it and upright Judge,
and not a politicianhundreds of Repub
licans, knowing this, will undoubtedly lend
him a hearty support.
And now fellow Democrats of
the First Judicial circuit, the
Democratic, ticket is made up. Can
you, will you, elect it? The circuit is, on
a full vote, slightly Democratic. Proper
cll'ort will maintain that majority. Supine
nes, indifference will, inevitably, bring de
feat. Tun Republicans, who Imve ivcentlvbeen
diking in a loving maimer about Abraham
j bitieoln, should make mhu.j speeches on a
! certain resolution in the Republican plut-
j !' "ui on which Mr. Lincoln was elected.
We refer to the. following:
' "Resolved, That the maintenance invio.
'S" Vf"'? ft'l,,Vr '".d espeei-
I "y the right ol each State to order and
control its own domestic institutions uc
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
cording to its own judgment exclusively, is
essential to that balance of power on which
the perfection and endurance of our politi
cal fabric depend; and wo denounce tho
lawless invasion by armed force of the soil
of any State or Territory, no matter under
what pretext, as among the gravest of
O.nk of the marvelsof the 10th century is
that in some portions ot the country two
thousand people live in tin agony ol fear
lest seventy-live or perhaps a hundred other
people who live among them, will turnout
some day and maul, cut or shoot them to
death. According to Republican authority
one Southern Democrat can put a hickory
club under his arm, herd a hundred and
fifty or two hundred Republicans, drivo
them to the polls and make everyone of
them vote the Demon alio ticket. When
anybody moots the possibility of a clash of
arms between the two parties, however,
what a wonderful change is put upon at'
fiars. The Republican at once becomes a
icro, of whom several Democrats would do
well to stand in profound awe ! The truth
is that the bull-dozing stories are not only
false; but absurdly so. The small minor
ity can't terrorize the large majority any
where. It would be utterly impossible for
the 12D0 white voters of Cairo to bull-doze
the 400 colored voters. It is the Republi
can theory, however, that if wc had only
400 w hites and 120(1 colored men, that then
a reisrn of terror among the Macks would
be inevitable. Sheerer nonsense is utterly
It is admitted quite generally that the
majority of the gentlemen who constitute
the present (ienoral Assembly, remain, to
this day, uncorruj-ted. Of course many of
them are incorruptible through ordinary
processes; but how happens it that so large
a number remain uneoutaininated; The
correspondent of the Chicago Times an
swers, l,bienuse they have not been tempt
ed.'" The Times correspondent asserts as
his conviction, after three months' observa
tion, that little, if any money has been used
in furtliering or hindering the liiisiness of
the' session. One reason for this belief is
that, with perhaps two exceptions, none o
the suspects are in a condition of linaucial
prosperity. They board cheaply at private
houses, they smoke nickle cigars, they seek
out saloons where whisky retails for ten
cents a drink, they wear the same clothes
they did when they came here, and they
are invariably ju.st a little short immedi
ately prior to pay day. Mid looking for
.ome one to 'loan them a five." Kven the
champion middleman of the capital, the
gn at and only I Am who "I, as influence"
docs not seem particularly cheerful oter
the results of the session, and. it' outward
signs may be taken as the indices of cor
ruption, it is safe to bet that the Thirtv-tirst
General Assembly i reasonably Iimic!,
although duced long-winded and lazy.
Tiik jii-.crii ha'1 i; or our country is j., :
ting tearfully alarming, the averag" of lii'e
being" lessened every year, w ithout any n;
sonable cause, the death resulting '.viuTidly
from the most lnsignicant oriirm. At this
season of the year especially, n co'd i sue!,
a common thing that in the hunv of even
day life we are apt to overlook the il.mgci
attending it and often lind tiai late, ;,
Fever and Lung trouble has already ct in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had IJosheeV German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billol a doctor I navuided.
For all diseases i,f the throat and lungs.
IJosehee's German Syrup bits proven iis;'!i
to be the greatest discove ry of its kind in
medicine, livery druggist iu the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
il.MyjOO bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Don't Bk Dkckivkd. Many persons silV
..r i t .
i ir.neni got me. Consumption wheal
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption und
it remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure w hen id others fail mid
ourfaith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. I'riee
liicts. 50 cts. and ajl.lll) per bottle. For
lame Chest. Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. I'riee 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you stiller with the Dyspepsia,
and liver complaint. Constipation, and ovn
end debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytein Yitali.er which We si
u positive guarantee to cure you. rtv
lllcts. and 75 cts. Fo: sab; bv !;,,.,. i.,,.
"11.;ckmi:tack" a popular and IVii-i,(Mt
perfume. Sold bv Barclay Brother.,,
A Cahii. To all w ho are suia iii;
the errors and indiscretions of
vous weakness, early decay. In-,
hood, iVe., I will send a recipe thai w
jvii, riir.ft we n.Mii.i;, i ins .-'"al h, ,v
was discovered by a missionary iu s.npj,
America. Send a self addressed eiivo;,,.t ,
the Uev..Josi:i'ii T. I.nmas, Station ), -York
lisvixoi's printed at the lici. 1.1.1 ,N n; .(,
t. per M. Knvelops furnished llt 's,'
Louis wholesale List prices for the n,A. ;.,j
.... .. ri'l
I I. T.
B UCH U.
A Specific Jleinedy For All
d i s:ea.s:es
For Debility. Loss of M',mory. hidisposjijoti to
Kxertion or llusiiic. Mmrtn.x of llreatb.
Troubled with Thoughts or Ilis, ase. Dimness of
Vision, 1'iiiu in the k. t b.-t. mill Ilea.l. liuh of
Wood to the lleitd. l'ale Countenance ami Dry Skin.
If these symptom an allowed to 'o oil. verv
frequently Kpileptie Fiisain!) on- iniplien pillow".
When the constitution become mlei -1 1 - I it requires
the aid of an iiniuoitiiiL' in. il i ;ne. to strengthen
nud lone up th" MMem - w tin h
1M.IKS IX EVKUY CASK.
I'.y any remeilv known It l prc ribeil bv the
most eiiiiueul physician all uu r the world, lii,
Aches and Tains,
(eneral 111 Health.
Nervous Com jd'ts
Female Complaints, etc.
llei'il icIip. I'nin III the .boulders, rnie.'li. IHzl
il". Sour Mom jeli Krii,iii.n-. Ilml Ti.-te in th.i
Mouili. I'alpitiiiiou of the Heart, J'nin in I In- re-
' I the Kiilnev's. nod a liiutl ulil oilier puinlul
; in ,' t mi-. are the ull'sprlie:- of )peia.
Invigorates the Stomach,
And stimulate the torpid I.I Mr. llowels. ami kid
ney lo hi'idlhv iictliin, In clciuisiiiu' tln blond of
all Impurities, ami Imparling in w lite and luor to
Hie Whole svslem.
A siiifle trial will be siimclcnl to convince the.
moot liesilatini; of Its uiluiiblc remedial qualities.
or six Jiottlcs for
Delivered to any address free iVum nliei'Mitloii
1'atleiil. " may eoiisiill by h uer, receiving tln
Millie illteiillmi as bv i : 1 1 11 1 1 lT .
Comiielent plivlelnn iilleml In conespoudeltts .
All leltei' slinulil be sililroseil to.
II. T. IIHLMIIOI-D.
Dl llggisl tniil Clifliiisf,
Seothiitthe private IVojirieta-
yy Stamp is on each bottle.
MAY 8, 1879.
15 1 If J) E I,' Y
Corner Twelftli Street.
Of all Pcscriptior.s at Iiwest Price.
II U LING
To Ofdcr on Slioi-t Xotic
nmm pa vvm,
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Found
Xole Heads, 5 and tl Pound.
Bill Heads. Hand 1G Pound.
Stati. inenls. 5 and (i Pound,
I-ills Lading. 1(1 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPLK.
Envelopes, Taos, Cards,
AVhiti) and Col
FKVKUAM) Ad I F, PAD.
CUKK DV AliSOKlTION!
Without Dosln-rTlic Better Way.
HOLM A N
LIVKIf & AGUE I'Al)
.Medicinal Alisorpt iv
BODY & FOOT TLAS'I KKS
-Medicated Foot I)athN
Ihe.e reuiedlea which are the ole ex.u,,,, , ,
he l lire by Absorption are oppo.e!! hijn,.,. nK. ,.
been pnne.l the dienpe-i ami .V Kde, lini-j;,.,,,',.:
y f"r "'""ase Arl.liigfroii, Malaiiaor ,f.
drtiI SUiiiiii-n or i.ler. ud It I K well-known UV".
that nearly all iheuUi H.,-. tht miiui k !V heniau
body cau be traced direi tlv ljr iiidlreillv to tln-e
Il Is known bv actunl ex.'.-rb me ll.nt b, -, .,.
disi-ase Hint in ta. k. the xnal, m mimt,,, ,. , ....
" that cuu cm ii bo iiio-Juled l, il,e ut- e (,n L.
but that can he uiin I on in . r more .i'.p ,,J
and periimmiit maimer by t' llul.Mw lUfff
1'AD ( O. n liKM Kill K"s i..tii.
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Ki-iui-ilii'H Alnne. --. .
If quetuneil. end lur our paiuphb t. Ns-ir' '
'" it'viiik ti-ni!ed iiilormatlou am! ! -n
liial Irom the tir-t people f ,e i-ui.Mn Vai '. c
The remedies are sent , man. noi p-. e , ., i, .
cblpt of pnie. , e, , ,e Sa.t. vhli II 1. !.; ! v i ,
pre at iiiir' hai r exnen-e
Coniifuton Ire... nd mli ii. i! ut m.r . Li
by mail, liu (uil dei-rip!ioi, f tout
DKS( BIPTIVK PRICK LIT.
ItKI.CMK I'M), t . in; im-ipii-nt ,li . ..
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srl-l IAI. 1'All-f.i ie ( hronic l.lv. r ion'. ;.,,.,
... ,. '" h Iior,ier. ami Mjlai:
M'l.thN Itf.I.T - S - Knlaruvd p' , . u; a
. . I.lvcr am! ( bill I
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bolern inllililLin oLiI i
BOD V 1'I.AsrKlts-r.K.'; tui'Tlu u. no'.'.- " '; : ,"
.lea throw in- ,- o'
f'1"! . pair lc ; strue'ioi,.
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AIISI1:I"TK)N SAI.T ) lea.ln.h- nu.t. ,;
b.u i"; ijlmie. Jl il. i-treiiii:e.. ,
For further Information to i,!.. ...
the I'.nl and it Auxiiiarte. i urn.'' .,ur .
HOLM AX I.IVKI: PA1MD.
l!.M,m UU'l 5. Sil.eer li'li! iil.; .t. I.,,;; . .
i I "t lii-i a vy .
Sole A.', M I, r the .rUof II , !uj ;
I'AD I '). HKMKMKsiii
HKAI.TH I ADS.
I'M'A RALI.KLLKI) OFFLR.
A FHKi: TKSTTUIAL
i" hm: ii
HEALTH UESTOlilXf.. FADS
Wc will . ml f oni H K A 1.1 Ii 11;
INii l'.Mis to any Imalld alllineit :'
Complaint. ril.) K(1 KKKl!
THIN, CiiS VKKs. Nervous 11,
Dypepia. Nertou Debility and Impure
ii me; . un ii tiieir n iiiptui!. .( n ! lid-
lire und icpe to send u $.'.on i i;' .!,,,
a cure to tii. ir elllire atilni Hun. oCem l-e
there lli he m, il.arrc We will do this ., ion
vince th- jinblic ol the siipi rior iil-.- ... a
OF OUH DADS.
And '.bat 'hey ttill do nl! tte av .s !'i - (,f), r
will ii.-i e,Miiily be llm!;.-d In number, e- hopi-then-tore,
an iiir v oppliiatloii w lii he mini -. i.
drc. Very Itespn-tf-illv ..nr.
Dl-. ti. W.VoKliK-.
l.li Kim street, t ini iiniati, o...y.
I'hysicians speak in Terms of I'raise iu lato; ( .; :to,
... , , '"eiSNATi, June W, tSTfi
Having had somecuh-nlerable acquaintance with
:l.e npeiation of the I'n.l, 1 can conclenciogsly
recommend it as an excellent remedy in all the di
lor whii h Dr. Korbe counsel Its use
Dl!. J. II ALLOW FIT,,
(iiuru'e Mr-et. ( In, u:i.;i!i.
What Ilev. Joseph Kmery. the wellkl.i.t t i'r
Nlissioimry. says ;
. , , , Cinhnsati. .lune :A 1.
IliiMr-' hm! n hiiiL'tirqitaiiitiiiiie uiih Dr. i'oim -
I urn saii.fied that hateverhe rt nunenil. h do,-
so rouidcnclotisly. and will proie all thev I'-i.niisc
,. , , , , "kv. joski'ii i-:.ki;v. '
txlracts from a few or the Manv i.etiet i-e.-ieii"y
recehed at the (l'l)ii e. '
One pay:- "I feel that vour I'hiI me f n .
i fe " Another says: --Vour 1'iel .a ju..t'i.
my case. It bus entirely reinoMd in ro.fwii -i
.111(1 eoliKeqnelit Sli k lleiohiehe." Al'.ell.ei v ;'te.--"Voiirl'ad
attended slrletlv to l.ui::,.s.. u'.',l m
forty ei'.-hi hours I felt us well :iin.-r." A e i
"Vour I'ad hu cured me ol ltl!,;oii-i.ess am i tor
pid Liver. I nm belter than I hav l,i-n lv. ntv
vi-o-s "" Si!llanothersnv:-. I ave , t dun e" a" the
horrors ltom hie oat of a torpid l.l .ei- i,i,i e. .
Alter uin;r your pad all ihi-.ett ;,., ;,.
more: . ! have un it your Tad v.i:h perlei : s iim-lai-tory
resnl.s, and cbeerlnllv iMoimml t j. t. ' t-
Obtained for new Invention, or for improvm nts
on old ones; lor medical or other compound... trndi
nmrks and labels. Caveat, As-b.-nim nt. Inter
ferences. Appe:ils. Suit. (r Dili ineement., and
all cases iirlsinn under the rateut Laws, prompt
ly attemleil to. Invention tl.ul haw-
l 10 I l "IM'1 II hv "'" lm,' "lev "lill,
JIIjMiV.I 1 M ' In niot cn.e. be i:ilei,i-,i l,y
us. Ileln;: opposite (lie 1'. S. l'alenl (liyarVn-'ni.
nud encinvd in 1'iib iit blisil ess e.veln.ivelv, ve ran
make closer scurchi. and secure I'aleiit. tiioi.i
promptly, und with broader claim... tiaii ilu,-e iiio
are reinoi" from W'uhlimioii.
Jl lil I Vf nil your device; (. ;;,!;. ex
amination and advbc'aH to p.ileiiinblllt, ir.. t
ehari!!'. All correspeinlence strictly coiiildei ti., ,
Prices low, mid no cntirco unles 1 j , ,,n.,
Wo rTer in W asliliii'inn, to -n '. ..,.,.
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