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OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXASDF.lt COINTY.
M.TL Ilavroll, Krtitor.
OH SVI'KKMK Jl'DUE FIKsT DISTIUCT.
l ior.avmminnei tnvdf a candidate before the
people, at the ensniie.: June election. Ill the I'iret
Judicial District, for the ot'.iec of .Indue of the ; Ml
preme court. JullN 11. MLLhlA .
March 41th 1HTD.
i"H)K JVDGE ()! THE C1KCU1T COl'UT
1 FlliST clHCUT.
v. btk nntluirb.d to aunouuce Damw. M-
,f VnmkUii nmmv. as a candidate for
CircnitJudee, in the Kiwi Circuit, subject to the
decision ol the Democratic .1 uiUciiil Convention to
be held in Cairo, ou the Mb day of May, 1871.
We nre authorized ti announce Jons M. I.antikn
Ma candidate for Circuit Jmlire in tin' HrM Ju
dieiai Circuit, subject to the decision of the Demo
D.vvin.1. Bakeii will he a candidate for Circuit
Judite m the First .ludicial Circuit, at the. election
to be held ou the id day June. lnT'J.
Thb Boston Transcript, a leading Rcnu!)
lxnn journal, says tliat iu the event of the
nomination of both TiUlcn ami Grant, a
pood many Republicans thereabouts will
vote for Tiltlen. Not because they like
. him, however. When a tanner sees a prai
rie fire coming, he sometimes fires his barn
with his own hand, in order to save his
house. But it isn't because he wants to
lose his barn.
There is not a city, town, or village in
the "United States whose citizens would not
resent the marching of troops through their
streets to wr,i "-, "''""
done in "loyal" l'liiluuulpliia in 18(18, tin;
IJcfiublicans of the entire State proclaimed
it an outrage, and demanded that the insult
should not be repeated. This sentiment is
uatural and universal. It is so natural and
s'.i prevalent that it is hard to understand
how even the radical leaders at the Capitol
can disregard It,
" Secor It'iiii'soN, one of the most unhesi
tating of the Grant corruptionists and De
Golycr Garfield arc now the accepted lead
ers of the Republican party in the House of
Representatives. It must be confessed the
eternal fitness of things has been consulted
in sending them to the front, for they repre
sent admirably the morals and the methods
wnicli of late have distinguished that once
honored organization, now f trtigglitig to re
cover lost confidence by the very means
which condemned it to defeut since iy7-l
when the great reaction began.
The Chicago Times is, notwithstanding
its apparent hate of bouibnnism, quite anx
ious for the triumph of the Democratic
party in 1SS0. It munifeMs its solicitude
iu about this way: 'Here, you hairy
teethed bourbons, you chivalrous rebel brig
adiers who, failing to cut the throat of the
nation have amused yourselves since by
target practice ou the d d niggers, you
damdestphools of ths l!)tli century, here's
your presidential candidate here's your
Iavid Davis take him, you tan elect
him." The spirit of the Times is prdmbly
kind enough, but the mode of expression
it rough rather ao.
Ouu John Robert Thomas, tho cxttber
wit Massac county youth, who represents
this district in Congress, after much wuteh
ing, secured an opportunity to "gush." We
tfivc below u sample. Had such runt
formed purt of a rallying speech in lHfil(
when tho country was in the throes of war,
cdh'iMu men would have regarded it the
feverish bubbling of a hot-headed gusher;
but fcpukeii in the hulls of Congress in a
time of profound pence nud quiet, sensible
men will reud it with amn.ement,
and wonder to themselves ''what iu tho
devil the rtrdent babbler means." Tim lun
' guago UBcd would apply to any other sub
ject aa well; but Mr. Thomas was defend
ing the right of tho President to put soldiers
. .art our toting places: "Those stalwart du
fenders," said he, uf free government nniT
equal legal and political rights to all, aro
crowded upon the watch-towers and ram
parts of tho nation eagerly watching for
your first invasion of their blood-bought
liberties and rights and ready lu the twink
ling of an eye to hurl you, liko the rebelli
ous angels of old, over the ramparts of the
nation down to that darkest pit of hell, the
fit abode of traitors and the damned."' And
the man who screamed that fervid slush
into the ears of three hundred American
congressmen, represents 150,000 civilized
and enlightened Uliuoisans! 'Tis true, and
a pity it is, 'tis true
Tun Cleveland Plaindealer uttered a uni
versally recognized truism when it said that
the House of Representatives pre-eminently
represents the people of the United States,
and the will of its majority should govern.
The Constitution gives to the lower cham
ber the inception of financial measures,
and its majority has a right to cut otF sup
plies, even it an impudent minority drive it
to that extremity. The Republicans need
not hug to their bosoms tho belief that
the people will hold them blameless in the
event of such a juncture. It will rather
recognize the Republicans as the "revolu
tionists" and coerccrs, not the Democratic
majority who have a right to insist that
their will shall be respected.
One of our Missouri exchanges lias
drawn a proper conclusion from the lessons
ot the past dozen years. It says that the
Republican party has been kept in existence
thrnu"h the "bloody shirt" and a dctermi-
nation to rule or ruin the country. It has
ruled and well-nigh ruined the country, so
much so that thousands of good men have
become tramps, seeking the country over
for legitimate work, offering to d i the same
at starvation wages if they could only get
a morsel for the loved ones at home. Uuder
Republican rule, monopolies- -railroad and
others sprang up, took root and went' fed
and fostered by the aristocracy-loving Re
publican head of departments of tk' gov
ernment. Little institutions, baiiksj lacto
nes, etc., that were in immediate- aJl daily
intercourse with the people, were tm-hed
out to give room itnd larger dividends to
the monopolists. ' f
The Democrats in Congress ttrc now get
ting up the second "revolution" lince the
commencement of the present exn session.
They are about to tumble out (f Ids seat
that spawn of .Louisiana fruud-that crea
ture ot the bogus Legislature t!t the Re
publican party, with all its stoneh for po
litical rascality, refused to recgnize the
carpet-bagger Kellogg; and thrj unseating
of this man, whose prcs.'nec ft the U. S.
Senate serves as a perpetual -('minder f
one of the most flagrant outruns ever per
petrated upon the people of'u soviricgn
Si.kte is denoininntu.' fu.klu. IVi,y
cratic revolution.'' Well, let it go by hat
name. The ne.frevolution"ivill be the wip
ing out of the rebel claims ctii!nission.
As seven hundred millions of U;m of
tiic rob'.'l claims are mnv in the bauds of
loyal Republicans, who hav either
bought them for a song or agreed to col
lect them fur half, the purpic of tin Demo
crats to d'.'feat their payment, to prevent
even their consideration, will be "'evolu
tion," too; and Republicans will tot be
wanted to argue that unless these rebel
claims are paid tho goverinent must tievi
tably go to pieces. But the Deiu, rats
will continue to "revoltite" all the sant;,
Tun intention to free our clecctions from
military supervision, is not, as is said by
the Utica GbM'i vcr, confined altogether to
Democrats. Scattered through the coumry
there are thousands and tens of thcisant's
of citizens who have voted the 'Cepublicai
ticket since the party was organized iu 1834
but have not forgotten that it stood forth
squarely on the JetTersonian doctrine of
''supremacy of the civil over the military au
thority;" and who also remember that in
its first national platform it declared,
speaking of certain people, that "their ter
ritory has been invaded by an armed force
spurious and pretended legislators, judi
cial and executive officers have been set
over them, by whose usurped authority,
sustained by the military power of the
government, tyranical and unconstitutional
laws havo been enacted and enforced
tho right of the people to keep and bear
arms have been infringed test oaths of an
extraordinary and cntungling nature have
biMin impostid as a condition of exercising
the right of sulfrige and holding office
and tho right of an an accused person to a
speedy and public trial by an impartial
jury litis been denied," The men who sub-
scribed to this platform five and twenty
years ago, and who see m it a sharp and
pertinent arraignment of the present u
publican policy, would rejoice if Mr. Iliycs,
by approving' thu repeal ot obnoxious law,
should put his party back on safer ground
which it octipied in earlier times.
Sympathy is best shown when practical
In it application. Therefore when you
sympathize with your suffering baby, nhow
It practically by using Dr. Bull's liaby
Syrup and thus cum your child. Price 211
NOTES FROM WASHINGTON.
Sp.clnl Correspondence of The Bulletin.
Wasiii.notox, May 3, 1870.
After the veto of the army bill by Mr.
Hayes-which veto, by the way, is an odd
mixture of things relevant and tilings irrel
evantthe Democrats sat themselves down
to prepare n program mi! which would se
cure tho benefits formerly sought and yet
which would be free from the real objec
tions made by Mr. Hayes. They have
finally agreed to present as a separate bill
the iiiea .ure which, as a part of the army
appropriation bill, was to prevent the tw
ot Federal troops at elections. The bill
will be presented to Mr. Ladd, of Maine, j
Tho progress of affairs will hereafter be.
in all probability, about as follows: The
bill to be introduced to-day will be pushed
rapidly through tho two houses, and sent
to Mr. Hayes. The senate will, meantime,
go on with its discussion of the legislative
bill, and send it to Mr. Hayes as soon as he
has acted on the other. Beyond this there
is no binding agreement as to what shall be
done. Of the probabilities an intelligent
correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says:
The impression is general that the Presi
dent will not consent to affix his signature
to any measure doing away with the deputy
marshals at elections, and in this event the
resource will be as already intimated to
make all the appropriations so specific that
no public money can possibly be used to
pay the marshals. Leading Republicans,
some of whom have been congratulating
themselves on fancu d victory, now concede
that the Democrats have it in their power
to obtain till the material points for which
they have been contending."
Until a few days ago it was understood
that Hon. (ieorge C. Goiliam would again
be Secretary of the Republican Congres
sional Committee. On Saturday, however,
Hon. William E. Chandler, of New Ham
shire, was chosen. Mr. Chandler is among
the shrewdest working politicians of the
country, but his supposed connection with
the frauds of liiTO, and his opt n antagonism
to the administration, had been urged
agaiust him in connection with this place.
Mr. Ladd, greenbacker, of Maine, will
speak at an early day on the remouitizatiou
and free coinage of silver.
Two candidates for the next Republican
nomination will speak here to-night at a
meeting in the interest of colored emigra
tion to the north-Wit. Thes ; are senators
Windom and Colliding. Another such can
didate, Secretary Sherman, is ia Ohio, "by
invitation." It is said that the wily secre
tary wishes the governorship of Ohio as
a stepping stone to the presidency and that,
he goes out now to make the arrangements.
The secretary is underslood to. believe that
this is a good time to leave th-j treasury de
partment. In. a lu h;'' biti roouroc, with
Republicans here I have not found one
who favors Sherman for the presidency, or
who p;-nfcses I.) believe he could be elect
ed if nominated.
Tli'K DKATIl ItATK OK Olll' coUlltl'V i
ting icariuiiy alarming, tnc ave:.e'e ol in
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most insignigcunt origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the huny of every
day life we tire apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too lute, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshec's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill of u doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Bosehee's German Syrup has proven itseh
to be tho greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
!J."iO,00') bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Will'.N the hand ol disease Is laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will ujTord relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light uflliction,
and that form of it known us Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tablcr's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price .1(1 cents a bottle. For sale by
"Whitiikh are you bound?" asked John
Moor, as he stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, und saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. Tho latter,
with sunken eyes ami palid visage, bearing
evldnncu of disease, hastened to reply:
''I have long suffered all the horrors arising
from an inactive liver, and am going to the
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." ''ij,, ,,,,
such thing," said his friend, "when Von
can buy a bottle of Portalinc, or 'fabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, uml ,R
permanently relieved. It will cure y8.
pepsiu, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, sick
Headache, and all disorders of u torpid
liver," For sale by Harelip Bros.
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traded by any of Its employes, or uny (m0
connected with tho Bulletin, unless tho
sumo is made on a written order signed by
myself, and tho order must be attadii'd to
the bill when presented, ami no coiitmcta
for advertising or job work are valid unless
thu same aro endorsed by myself.
IJ. A. Bl'llNETT,
ab;e you g oing to paintp
THEN USE NEW YORK
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Zinc a nil Unceed Oil cheniicnlly combined, warrante, m. ch Hand-onicr and Cheaper and to lt TWICE
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and llnlsh; and they find tliu colots and mixtures just as you represent. There can he no better paint
lor exposure to heat and cold, and anyone nsliiif it uncu will surely do so twain. You have privilege to
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Mils. P. A. TAYLOH, Vice. I'ltK'iDKST.
.1. A. (iOLUSTISE, - 'J'iiK.cm.it.
Du J. J. (iOltl)ON, .Men. AnviHoit.
THOMAS LEWIS, bKctiKTAitv.
HOARD OK MANAOElts:
J. J. CiOUIlON, physician Cu ro, Ills.
Mrs. 1'. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Seho'ds, Alexander Counlv " "
Mrs. K. C. KOItl). Varletv Jtracket Siore, "
,f, A. OOLIISTISK. of (Joldstlue 4 l(o-
aenwater, Wlnditsalu and Retail Dealers
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WM. STKA'ri'O.N.of Stratlon it IJIril,
VVholi'sale Oroeer "
OKO. M, At.DKN. CommlsMlon ,,.r.
ehiml. "H Ohio Levee "' "
JAS.H. KHAKUK.N, Aent Mississippi
Vallev Triinsportiitlon Coiupanv " "
HAKKlSO.N HOL'l'T, WatchiiiiiKer and
deweler " "
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tall Drv (loods and Notions " "
KDWAlfl) A. III DKK, Mannractuiln
,lewel"'r and Wholesale Dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials,... " "
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Southern District Illinois Sprineneld, Ilia.
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Minister Oraud Junction, Tenn,
j, K. UL'LLEY Murchaut ....McilUau.MU,
YOltK KNAM Kli PAINT t' .,
Prince Street, New ork.
-clas mi ' 1 1 ni the lowe-t i.ri --. a we buy for
Ji A' HlXK.s.
AWARDED A FIRST
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Doali'r in Kresh ALcat.
Itotvi"'ii AS'.-isliiiiKtoii and ( 'oin
jiici'cial Av,, ailjoi tiini; ILiiidjh.
I'KEI'S for lie the 1 . V.crt. Pork. Mutton. Veal,
,v l.neili, Sainee. A,.., ti rid l pn-parcd tuserie
I.iniille- in an neci j.tjii).
JOIIX M PRO AT,
PROPRIETOR OF Sl'ROATS PATENT
in J co,
ICE BY THE CAR L )AD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
t) I-1 !' I C K :
Cor.Tweirtli Street and Levee,
FLO I'll, GRAIN' AXD HAY
Highest Ca.sli l'i ke Paid for Wheat.
N UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
" OF ON K OF
DR. Ii O I i n i
HEALTH REST0K ING PADS
Wo will send oue of our HKALTIi ULSTOH
INtl l'ADS to any Invalid alllh icd with Liver
Complaint. UIILl.s and 1KYFK, 1NIHOKS
HO.N. COSTIVLNKSS, Nervous Headache,
llyspepslu. Nervous i,lil!tv ami Impure lllood,
if they will send us ihrir awnploms und ad
dress and atrrec to scnu us J'.m) if it etrcds
a cure to their entire sallslnctlim, othenii-D
there will he no ehuiire. v ,u ,) Hiis to ion
vlnce the puldlc ot the superior vuluu as a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all we sar As this oler
will iiicessurlly ho llinli,.,! ju nu'mher. we hoee
then-lore, an curly application win i. n.ud,..
dress, Vi'fy l('spTirullv Yours.
Dlt.ti. W. Idlllll v
l.'J Llm street. Cincinnati, Ol io.
Physician speak in Terms of f'raim in favor id the
Cincinnati, .lime i;,,
lluvint' Imd "oliietiaisiiicrnlile aciiiainiaiic viith
the operation of the I'a. I. 1 can i micicii, 'ici.'v
recommend ii as an veileiit reim ilv in i n'., '. u.
eni-es for Hhlih Dr.. Forlieseimiisels Its tie ' .'
Dl(. J. IIAI.I.OWF.I.L
STfi (icorjje Strvel.cliieini.au.
What Itev. Joeiitl Klnery. the virll ktuiH n l ily
' ClNeiNNATI.Jlll.e :. Ivi.
Having hail a Ions i cUiilnlaii' e wltn Dr Fo.-'a-s
I am satisflfU thai whatever he recomnieiuls h does'
nicolisciem lolisly, anil will .rove nil iliev pre-'O-e
,. , , JosKi'ii i-.t:i. '
I-.Mrai Is from a few of ilie Mai.v l.citers m-iia- utlv
reec-ivnl at Hie (MlPe.
"I feel ihnt umr I'a.l. Lr.ve saved :v
lie Another saw: -Vour l'adhas)ust nm hul
iny case. It nan entirely rein'oveil my ro-t!. e.
uml eon-riieni Si, k , u,, (. Atoll, er v r't.-.
Your Pud iitieinl.il sirn-tiv to ... ,,i
forlv elelit hours I felt , well nsever" ii,,'.nr
" our Pad lias cured tnc of Hiliiou-n, . anil H tor
pid Lm-r. I nm lieiier than I hiiv heii i!( n.i,ty
vears Still unolher im s : I 1 ne i ndnn d a'l iLc
horrors -ro In-mil of.itorpid I.her ami ln.pei -iH
After Usui." ur p.nl all Ihe.eills ), ft e On-more:--
! h,t'.e used v,,ur pud, with ( ,, , ! v K1. ,.
Iiictory r.-sii.s. and So . rAiLy reconniui ti :;, -,j
1 F.U.I! AMi A(.t F.I'AD.
(JURE IJY AHSORPTKJX!
Without Do.ing Tlic Better Wa.
mum 111 I I II n 1 ,Trrtr.tTti1ffjc
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-Mcilifiiiitl Alxoi jitiM"
-Mi'diciitctl Foot l!iitli.
Th' renn dies wh!i hare the n.'.i- et(,.ii;M- i.f
the i nn- tij AliMHp!!.it. i i.;,.,,, ,! t,, .
I.et II HOie,l me , I,, ;, ;,, f j),., .ni'J.,'r '. .
) for nil In-.-;,.,. An -in.- ! ,,, ,
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liiat tici-.rlv a, I t tie ui-.'i,., - ii. a.n, ,..
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