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OFFICIAL I'APEK OF ALEXANDEU COUNTY.
M.H. Hnvvpll, Kclitor.
LTOH bVV:'.EM"..n'l)..E-FlHsT IMs
I herein' a-.ino-.t.ce niye'.f a candidate liefer" the
peop.e. at the ei j r.e '.lute' cVctioti. In the Fir-t
Judi-ial iJi-tr'ut. for the oitke of .lui'.tfo of the su
preme conn. .luilN 11. Ml' I. KEY.
l7OH JUDliE iF THS Cli!('VIT COVUT-
X' r ll'.ST i T.X'L IT.
We n authorize.! to ::nnoii!ice I)asii:i. M.
GrtowsiA'd. of Kianklin ronntv. aia randidate for
lrcuit Jildire. In the Fir-t l ireiiit. (-uhieet to the
UtN1ih (i( the Demo'T.'irir .) idlrinl I'oiiVelition to
lie tern lu C airo, on ine litn i.uy ol May, lsli.
We are uuiho:!zi d tD r.r.Lo'itice Jons M. I.as:h:n
s a em.diiliiie for circuit Judee In the Firrt Ju
dicial Circuit, suhject to tlie tlviieion of tUe lier.io-
Daviu.T. Baker will he a candidate for Circuit
Judge ill the Firm .lildlcliil Circuit, nt the election
to be held uu the id due June, lt!i.
AOAI.LFOK A DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION'
TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOR .U D'-E
NTPKKME COl'KT FItOM THE
FIRST DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS.
The nridcHlixBiid, Chairmen of the Democratic
County Central Committee of the couutiei named,
deeming It to the bcid interests, and being the will uf
,a minority of the Democratic voters in said courtier
hereby call a conveiitior fur the purpore of nomi
nating a Jtidcc of the Suprt me Court from the Firrt
District of Illinoin, to he held at Mt. Vernon, Ulf ..
ThnrxdayMay lMt79, at S o'clock, p. m. The
various County Central Committee! will ere that
delegate are chosen to attend ald convention, to
benelected In uch manner and at fnch timen ur the
Conuty Central Committee may decimate.
The reprerentation in said convention will lis one
delegate in each county lor every WW votes cai: for
Hon. Edward L. Croukrite in I(-7S, and one for
every fraction ofijOor over. The counties com
posing a!il First DistiKt will be eutitled to the
following representation :
White ... .
! sr. c nil r
4 I Waba-h.......
4 I Williamson. ..
VT. W. Avers, Hardin; J . F. Hall, Williamson;
Frank Lasater, Hamilton; C. D. Threlkeld, Frank
lin; James Leedi. Wabash ; Win. A. Spann. John
son: John L, Handler, Wayne; G, Van Hoorc
bcke, Clinton : J. K. Williams, White; W. l Foster,
Edwards; J. Y.Clemson, Pulaski; Thomas Boyd,
Perry; (i. W. Andrews, Jackson; Phil V. Field,
I'ope; P. H. Krob, L'nlon: Thomas Wilson, Ale--iitlir;
C. A. Keller, Jefferson.
The uppermost question now is. Shall
the Executive Department of the Govern
ment be.allowed to use the federal army
to control elections? The Republican poli
ticians say, Yes. Democratic people say,
Tub English house of commons has
adopted a resolution to abolish ac tion for
bleach of promise of marriage, except in
ettfes where actual pecuniary loss has been
incurred. There is now some hope that
8injon Csmeri n will migrate.
A Richmond, Ya., journal, the Southern
Intelligencer, takes up the cry for Judge
David Davis for President in und as
terts that lie is the only man who can
unite all the elements of opposition to
Grant or Shennan evidently referring to
the Republican opposition ; for it may De
accepted as a foregone conclusion that the
Democrats will not go outside of their own
party to look for a presidential candidate.
That's what the Setitne! says:
Oi-r Jackson county friends permit their
admiration for Logan to run away with re
lt for the truth. The declaration to
which several of them affix their names, that
Logan wuntiie vim to answer thecitllot the
country, is not true. After several of the
States had seceded . ,hH,iy u viol(.nt antl
coercion speech in congress, and long HfU,r
the Union irmy -had been phieed In the
tilelJ, lie was being denounced everywhere,
ven In Jackson county, as a traitor to hi
country. For testimony in this behalf see
. Logan's hitter of May lStil, in the St. Loui
Republican in reply to tlie"MakHnda home
guaidt." ' TIm Jackson county friends say
more for Jxigan than he lies ever mid for
Jnuibc'.f, and inoro than' the truth warrants.
Ho was not "the first to respond," nor
among the first. For many weeks alter
tho troops reached Cairo he was held under
deep suspicion, and was bitterly denounced
by every Republican in the army and out
of it. These are tho facts, and why seek to
conceal or prevtrt them?
Gkn.J. S. U'iuinson, the chairman of tho
Ohio Hepuhlicau Central committee, re
ceives by express, every week, two hundred
copies of the Okolona, Mississippi, South
ern States, and distributes them all ut the
expense of the committee, to "(Ire the Xortli
ein heart." Now that the ."Northern
heart "knows that tho editor of the South
ern States is a hVpublican tool, sent South
by Republican money to write precisely
what lie does write, it doesn't "tire" worth
The New Yolk Graphic j;ives ('.rant a
little wholesome advice in an open letter.
Here it is: "Dkah Gk.nkuaj. It is now
generally reported that the politicians are
trying to hoodoo you into becoming a mere
tiirure-head for them to hurrah over ou the
grand monster excursion contemplated ns a
welcome on your arrival in San Frnncisco
They only want to use you as a stouu to
grind their own ax on. Now, just you
make a landing at San Diego, scoot quietly
across the continent by the Southern route
and leave the office-seekers up Xortli out in
the cold. The people wi! see the point at
once, and, if making popular capital is your
lay, that ought to be your little game."'
At the Kentucky State convention, the
mention uf Samuel J. Tilden's name
brought out a storm of applause that shook
the convention building to its foundations.
Whatever the next National convention may
do, whether it nominates Tilden or refuses
to nominate him, he will always have a
conspicuous hold upon the respect and ad
miration of the American people. History
will recount how he received a popular
majority of over two hundred thousand
votes, and carried States representing ISO
of the SCO electoral vutes. ami yet, by the
villainy of three white villains and one ne
gro tool (all of whom have feince been paid
for their villainy) he was shamelessly
robbed of the prize that was so clearly ac
corded him by the people.
Oitside of Republican newspaper col
umns the vile utterances of the Okolona,
Miss., Southern States, are never seen, and
but for Republican money, the creature of
the "States" would starve to death in sixty
days. Should the citizens of Okolona de
stroy the printing office, and drive the
characterless editor out of the South,
every Republican paper in the North would
i.iiai; u nui union i?iniuiern lawlessness;
and, permitting him to remain among and
most foully misrepresent them, the Okolona
people and the people of the whole South
are held responsible for h is treasonable rav
ings. And by such "strategy'' as this does
the Republican party expect to maintain its
existence and win the battle of 18SJ.
Democrats in Washington, so the report
goes, are perfectly jubilant over the action
of the Republican caucus in declaring that
the President shall retain the right to sur
round our voting places with Federal bayo
nets. But in this matter it is more than
likely that the President will be obstinate.
It is said and believed that, os a naked
proposition, the Democratic resolution that
it is contray to the genius and spirit of our
institutions to place soldiers at the polls
will meet his approval. Is it not amazing
that in this enlightened era that, in refer
ence hVsuch a proposition, any difference of
opinion could arise? Rut a difference has
arisen, and to the stalwartism of 1879 must
be charged the monstrous idea that Ameri
can citizens should vote under the glimmer
of the soldier's bayonet. Let that be rec
orded. Speakinu of the Democratic caucuses in
Washington, which are held about as often
as Republican caucuses are held, the editor
of the Chicago Tribune grows wild and
furious figures, in the eyes of sensible men,
as nn irate old ass. Hear him: "This "new-
Jacobin club has its inception in disloyalty,
cowardice and treason. The majority of its
members are ex-rebels, who daily flaunt
their treason in the face of the countrv.
The minority are the meanest class of
Northern doughfaces, distinguished alike
for cowardice, mendacity and fluukeyisni."
The article goes on to speak of the Jacobin
club at Paris, and would have its readers
o believe that it was a more praiseworthy
institution than tho one it charges the
Democratic majority iu Congress with or
ganizing. Now, as a Louisville co
temporary asks, whut in the
name of reason and common sense, has
given occasion for such a sluico of foul
scurrility? "Simply this-nothing more and
nothing lei. After the President's veto
"I the bill, the Democrats in Congress held
a eonferencd, or caucus, if you please, and
agreed to report a bill to prohibit military
interference at the polls, which bill was re
ported and pinned by the u0U8Ci uml win
doubtless be passed by the Senate. It is . a
bill that the President isobligcdto approve
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, HAY 11, 1879.
or put himself in opposition to all lie has
said or done since his inauguration. The
Tribune believes that he will sign it, and
thcro is where its wrath comes in. It
knows full well lhat the political legislation
of the Radicals, when in Congressional as
cendency, was the fruit of Radical caucuses,
and no Jacobin club was then seen by its
loyal eyes. The country will fail to see one
I! LAD KKSrONSKS.
THE DKMOl'U.U'lC JCDICIAL TICKET Sl'ITS
TUE PEOPLE THE I'KESS JMJollSK IT
From the Juucsboio Oa.itto.
The convention which assembled nt Cairo
on last Tuesday was composed of the ablest
men in the District, and every county was
fully represented. "Log rolling" ami "pipe
luyinjf," and all other paraphernalia of the
"machine" which usually run political con
ventions were entirely ignored, and the can
didates there put furth for the important
positions of Circuit Judges were chosen
solely upon their merits for the bench. That
their judgment was good, and that no bet
ter selection could have been made, is con
ceded by all who are acquainted with the
Judge Monroe C, Crawford has been
upon the bench for the past twelve years,
and it is conceded that there is not a more
able, elticient, energetic, prompt or thor
ough Judge in the State than he is. There
are no unnecessary delays in his Court. lie
knows thai they are costly, and that time is
precious. He is punctual in his ruling nnd
requiries that no delays shall be made by
the absence of jurors or witnesses, though
always ready to excuse them for proper
cause. That he will be re-elected there is
no doubt. He has proven to be the right
nmn for the place, ami it is to the interest
of all the people that he be continued upon
Daniel M. Browning, the second nomi
nee of the convei'tion, is aIso a gentleman
peculiarly well fitted for the llmeh. He
has rilled the position of County Judge of
Franklin county, for years, by nearly a
unanimous choice of the people! He pos
sesses the (jualitications of honetv, integ
rity and uprightness of character, so essen
tial to the high position for which he is
now placed before the people of this Dis
trict He is worthy and well qualilled in
every respect, and should, as he undoubt
edly will be, elected Circuit Judge of this
District on the 2d day of next June.
. Hon. John M. I.ansiicn, of Alexander
county, w ho completes the ticket, is a law
yer thoroughly versed in legal lore: a gen
tleman of irreproachable purity of charac
ter, and highly esteemed wherever he is
known, for his courtesies and affable man
ner. He will be an honor to the Iletieli, and
a credit to the voters who will elect him to
this position at the eibtiing election.
Although there were other able and ca
pable aspirants before the convention, it is
conceded that the ticket, in every respect is
a good one. and we congratulate the dele
gates in well-doing. lth Crawford,
Urowning and Lansden upon the Rench.
we may well be proud of tie.- Judiciary of
From the Marion Pre-s.
The Democracy of the First Judictal dis
trict met in convention at Cairo on Mon
day, the Cth inst., for the purpose of nom
inating three candidates for the office of
Judge of the Circuit Court. The conven
tion resulted in the choice of Hon. M. C.
Crawford, of I'nion: Hon. D. M. Rrowning,
of Franklin: and Hon. J. M. Lansden, of
Alexander count-. As is understood, gen
erally, there are three to elect. We are of
the opinion that the Democracy have
chosen well, and that the Democrats all
over the district are well satisfied. One
thing is certainly true, that the three gen
tlemen chosen are possessed of qualifica
tions required of a judge second to none in
the District. Democrats, we would s.ay to
you mat you nave a good opportunity to
elect all three of the judges, there being a
Handsome Demerit m majority in flic dis
trict, nnd if you will go to the polls on the
second day of June next, and vote for
Irawlord, Urowning and Lansden. our
judiciary will be placed in the hands of
good ami efficient men.
From the Metropolis Dcn.ociat.
It is with more than ordinary pride and
pleasure that wc place before our people
the names of Hon. M. C. Crawford, John
M. Lansden and D. M. Urowning, as can
didates for Circuit Judge, It is a ticket
of which the peoph; of Southern Illinois,
regardless of party, wc doubt not, will tie
light to honor by electing them each and
all to the high positions to which thev wor
Of Hon. M. C. Crawford, it is useless for
us to speak our people, know him so well
and so favorably, that any enconium from
us would be indeed superfluous. As to
Mr. Lansden, he has only to be known to
be appreciated, he is ntonce a scholar, first
class lawyer and a christain gentleman,
against whom there is not one spot of blem
ish. We are pleased; indeed! wc are
actually happy over the selections so wise
ly and. judiciously, made. Let Democrats
and let the good Republicans also, who
Lwislitosee ability ol the highest order.
loeuier wiiu integrity anu every otlier
iuiiiiiiciiniii iiucrssury, join in una trium
phantly elect these gentlemen,
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We will send oim of our HEALTH LLSTOR.
INO PADS to any Invalid mulcted wild Liver
Complaint. CIIII.LK nnd IKVEIt, INlMOKrr
TlU.N, COSTIVENEss. Nervous Headache,
Dyspepsia, Nervous IM.illtv ,! ,),,,. ;,,
ir they will send us their sm,i,i,,h.s and ad
dress and urree to send us .'.iui If it itlccta
a cure to their entire nllmetiou, otheivsisu
there will be no chary-. We will d this to con
vince the public of the superior value as u
OF OUU PADS.
Anil that they will do all we my As. th:s o!i r
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lluvinu' had soniecon.iiieniliie ik uhu e wi'h
the opi -ration of Hie I'n l. 1 c&u vo:.ci.-Lcioi.''V
recommend It H ,.x, ren.ecv m o ,. L '..
else, fur Which Dr. Forbes coun-elr h. .,.
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lls-ase that altiii k the youth and adult oi bo'h n -
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H ('.n stloni d. senil for our tiniiitil,;, t --V ..' ,r.. s
Laws," L'iV'llir l teu'.ei inlortlllltloll am) I, -r.Ti.o.
niiils from the t'.rrt people .of the countrv. M.-iib-,)
'I he retns.dies are sent bv rriHii. ru,. th.wi t.r ....
chlpl of price. cceit the Salt, which is sent I v ex
press at purchaser s exoense.
Consultation fn-e. and solicited nt our offer, or
by mail, clviu' full description of your case."
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HECFLAlt PAD-$.' ijO; Incipient diseases. f-t
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