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OFFICIAL r.rER OF ALEXANHF.il COUXTY.
M.H. Ilarroll, Kdltor.
SUPREME JUDGE-FIRST DISTRICT. -
I hereby annnr.nr.i Tuvf!f ft r nnilbbito Viefore the
Pioliie, at (he enuin: ilune election, in the First
Judicial llistrkt. for the off.ee of .UnVe of the Su
preme court. JoUX 11. MULkEi.
March -.ilth 179.
1rOR JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COUIiT
' FIRST CIRCUIT.
We are authorized to announce Daniel M
Hun ' nino. of Franklin coiintv. a a candidate f -r
Circuit Jud'.'e. in the First Circuit. subject to til
decision ot the Democratic Judicial Convention lo
be held ill Cairo, on the tith day of May. J7y.
We are authorized ti announce John M. Lassoes
a candidate for Circuit Jud.-e iu the lirst Ju
dicinl Circuit. s ubjecl to the decision of the Demo
David J. Baep. will lie a candidate for Circni
Judu'c in the Firt Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the id day June. 1S7H.
A CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOR JUDcK
OF THE HUPKKME COURT FKOM TIIE
FIRST DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS.
Tho underKlfned, Chairmen of the Democratic
County Central Committees of the counties named,
deeming it to the bet iuteret. and bein the w ill of
a majority of the Democratic voters iu said counties
hereby call a convention for the purpose of nomi
nutlusa Judae of the Supreme Court from the Firtt
District of Illinois, to be held at Mt. Vernon, 111.,
Tnnreday May 13, lh7fl, at 2 o'clock, p. m. The
various County Central Committees will see tat
delegates are chosen to attend said convention, to
be selected iu such manner aud at such times as the
Cotiuly Central Committee may designate.
The representation lu said convention will bf one
delegate in each county for every .VK) vote cast for
lion. Edward L. Cronkrlto In 1H7S, and one for
ivcjy fraction of 'iVi or over. The counties com-
posincsaid First District will be entitled to the
,:2 I Hamilton
.1 I Jack on
.i 1 Monroe
..: I Pope
M. Clair ,
4 1 Walmh
:) 1 Wnvne...
4 I Williamson
V. V, Ayers, Hardin; J. F. Hall, Williamson;
Frank Lasater, Hamilton; ('. I). Threlkeld, Frank
lin; James Leeds, Wabash; Win. A. Spanti. Joliu
on; John L. Hundley, Wayne; G, Van lloore
bvkc, Clinton; J. It, Williams. White; W. F.Foster.
Edwards; J. Y. Clemson, Pulaski; Thomas Uoyd,
7'erry; O. W. Andrews, Jackson; Phil V. Field.
I'ope; P. II. Kroh, Union; Thomas Wilson. Alex
ander; C. A. Keller, Jefferson.
The New York Suu insists that the Fres
ident wants control of tho national purse
and sword to forward the presidential aspi
rations ot John Sherman. Mr. Hayes, says
the Sun, would never desire to have them
nnited for the benefit of General Grant. He
cares nothing for General Grant. Hut for
Mr. Sherman Mr. Hayes cares a great deal,
lxreause he would consider the election of
Mr. Sherman to succeed him as a popular
Tote of approval of his own administration.
. Congresg has already tendered the purse to
Mr. ILiyes. He indignantly rejects it, and
says no, unless it be coupled with the sword
This is all done for the benefit of Mr. John
Sherman, who feels confident of being tho
The present Board of Health ot New
Orleans evinces a purpose to preserve the
health of New Orleans, even at the expense,
of Vuiiies. The Board has wisely con
cluded that it is better to maintain health
at a sacrifice of business, than to suffer the
loss of both through nn effort, to keep open
the avenues through which the avaricious
citizen may chnse the dollars and cents.
The people of New Orleans liavo no right
to jeopardize the lives and health oi the
people of the lower Mississippi valley, be-
cause it pays them in dollars and cents, to
do so. Through a reckless eagerness to
. maintain close commercial relations with
the West Indies, the yellow fever obtained
foot hold in that city, last year, and now
. that the new Board of Health has entered
upon a lino of action that promises to pre-
, rent A repetition of last year's horrors, tho
cry it raised that business will be injured
that the money cormorants of tho city will
to injured In their purses t It augurs well
Sm the MissiMippl ralley that the Board
elves no heed to cither the remonstrances
or abuse of men wlio put their individual
interests nhove the health, lives and bus
iness of the millions of people ot tho
lower valley. It is the manifest purpose
of the Board to keep the yellow fever out of
New Orleans, aud, as a consequence, out of
all the country that was devastated by it
last year, This purpose is, aud ought to
be applauded by "very man within the
rani;e ot the scourge, who does not measure
human life by the mercenary measurn of
dollars and cents.
The course pursued in England and some
other European countries in relation to tho
importation of American hogs and cattle is
both curious and annoying. Tho shipment
of beef cattle which had lately bceomo a
large and important trade has been almost
alxilished. Having thus restored the price
of beef in England the butchers and deal
ers in meats in that country have discovered
trichina iu American pork. Tin's of course
is a- false cry, It is becoming tolerably
clear that the English authorities are ig-
norautly or willfully assisting in a conspir
acy tor the exclusion of American live
stock and fresh meats from the British
markets. There is a lively probability,
however, that hungry Englishmen will not
stand this kind of tiling verv long.
We rx.) mt believe that there are one
thousand Republicans in the State of Illi
nois who do not hold, with the Democrats,
that our elections should be held entirely
free from the domination ot the military;
that, in a time of peace, Federal bayonets
should be kept away from our voting
places. Submit such a proposition to a
vote of t'ac people to-morrow, and it would
be carried, in the State of Illinois, by a
majority of 400,000 votes. Yet the Repub
lican delegation in Congress, and the bull
dozed President have declared for the
right to control elections with bayonets
that American freemen are noenger to lie
rruted to do their own voting in the way
their fathers did ; but shall, il the autocrat
of the white house so wills it, or cross
riads Republican Demogogues shall ak it
pass through files of oldiers to reach the
To snow what is possible under the fed
eral election law, which the Democrats are
striving to wipe from the United States
statutes, it is only necessary to call to mind
that during the New York election of 1377
Mr. John Davenport, the federal supervisor,
assumed the right to examine ccrtili
catesof naturalization and to pass upon their
validity. He did so in the face of adverse
decisionsof the courts, and exercising his
own sweet will proceeded to disfranchise
all foreign-born citizens who had received
their naturalization papers in 1808, on the
ground that they were irregular, the courts
having previously decided that they were
regular and valid. Mr. John Davenport i
has been sustained by the administration
which itself gofin to office through fraud
and there is no remedy to redress this out
rage save in the repeal of tho obnoxious
sections of the election law, and this his
fraudulency, holding a power eipud to two
thirds of congress, declares shall not be
effected. And it is thus the people are re
duced to the behests ot "one man power.'"
David T. Coitnix failing to obtain a seat
in the United States Senate by the vote of
two ot tlie carpet-baggers whom the Re
publican party had toisted on the South, it
became necessary that his villainy in Haves'
behalf should be rewarded in some other
way. The so-called President therefore
nominated him for tin; position of Chiet
Justice of the territory of Utah. A more
unhesitating villiau than he never escaped
service in a State's prison and Hayes knew
he was a black-hearted scoundrel when he
nominated him. Hayes knew that pending
the senatorial contest in South Carolina,Cor
bin had $20,0o0 of the State's money, and
that he bribed the negro members ot the
Mackey Legislature to vote for him for the
U. 8. Senate; yet knowing this he placed
the villain at the head of the Judiciary of
tho most populous territory of the country.
To tlie circumstance that two Southern carpet-baggers
were moved to vote against
him, are we indebted for tho exclusion of
the rascal from the United States Senate,
and to the circumstance that tho Demo
crats have control of the Senate shall we
owe tho defeat of Hayes' purpose to foist
the rascal upon the Judiciary.
Someiiody writing to the Memphis Aval
anche from New Orleans, under the cover
of a noin de plume, declares that all vessels
drawing twenty-two feet, scour the bottom
of the jetties in passing. Tho writer signs
himself "Kclio," which is not an inapt sob
riquet, as his assertions are but tho echoes
of stories put afloat by the leaders of u ri
val interest, aud proved untrue by testimony
the public hns accepted as entirely satis
factory. But Echo and all other enemies
of the jotttes can't summon sufficient "back
bone," or, in other words are not shameless
enough, to deny that there are twenty'-two
feet ot good water. Granting that there
are only twenty-two feet, where is tho right
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOTiTJlNfi. MAY 14, 1879.
thinkin-resident of the Mississippi valley
who hal not occasion to rejoice over that
result? It is a" achievement tliat is of In
calculable value to us, and wortli ten times
the money it has cost us. We are amazed
that a newspaper of the Avalanche's stand
ing should resort to tho cowardico of firing
from masked batteries upon an undertak
ing over the assured and confessed success
of which the ten million people, of the
Mississippi valley are heartily and unfeign
edly jubilant, Measured by the real, vital
interests of the people, the attitude of the
Avalanche is inexplicable.
The great capital-mover, U. E. Reavis,
who gave to St. Louis her title of "future
great," is now in New Orleans, telling the
innocents of that locality that New Orleans
is not only to be "the future great" of the
Mississippi valley, but "the cradle of our
commercial supremacy." The time will
come, Mr. Reavis says, when the Mississippi
valley will be the home ot three hundred
millions ot "masterful Anglo-Saxons, and
when New Orleans will be accorded the
first place ot honor in the grand empire,
and will thenceforward dominate the indus
trial, commercial and financial world.
What has worked this change in tho spirit
of the capital-mover's dreams, wo have not
been told. Docs Mr. Reavis want to be paid
$5,000 to "write New Orleans upi" lias lie
suffered wrong at the hands of the half
million who make up the roster of "the fu
ture great," or what? We are curious to
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Bosehee's German Syrup has gaim d the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Bor-chee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngot child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing dennnid :.nd
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any ease. Ak your druggist as to
the tiuth of these remarks. Large size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
You Must Cure that Couch.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can c ure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lung, it is u!so
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can t fjord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a 1 Kittle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50cts.
and $ 1 ,00 per bottle. If your Lungs arc
sore or chest or back hune use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
H.vi;yo!i Dyspepsia, are you Cons'ipa-
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Los of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalize!'. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can lie cured on such terms a.
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertuine "Hackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Cousscns" Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Bruises.
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also un
equaled as a remedy for the ills that com
monly alllict horses, such as Spavin, Ring
bone, Galls, Scratches, etc. Warts and
Knots, being easily removed by its 'use.
Try Cousscns' Lightning Liniment, and you
will want no other. Price 30 cents a bottle.
Por stile bv Ban-lav Bros.
Dkau Bell Our couuneiieemi'iit ex
ercises are over. I have received my di
plonia, and am now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such as
angels might love to wear, I took a prom
inent part in the musical exercises in the
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe cold a few days before, I was en
abled by the use of Cousscns' Honey of
THr, the best remedy in the world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of the
throit and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured u large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that valua
ble, compound, Coussen's Honey of Tar,
will cure his cough. It is only 30 cents it
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bio's,
drug store. Yours in ImMe,
A Card. To all who are tuiU'cring from
the errors ami indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will vwo
you, FRKH ok citARou. This great remedy
was discovered uy a missionary n Sou'h
America. Send a self-addressed envi ,ip(. (H
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station I), 2'ew
Queuy. Why'will men biuokc common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
"Seal of North Carolina" at tlie same pricet
Fihbt class cut cards at tho Biu.ktin
office at 8t. Louis wholesale prices. l,;.,
I ing 11.00 tfl 1.50 per thousand.
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Of the seventeen lnrgost Life Insurance Coinpunies of the United States, the ratio
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IM. J'AltsJ to any Invulid allllcted with Liver
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llll.N, lOyriK.NKSh, Nfrvoii. Jleaduche,
Ifvsiiupsla, Nervous Del.llliy nd Impure iilood,
If they will send u their mmpfonn v.A ad
dress and uereu to scud us g-.'.(M ir It ulect
B cure to llu-lr entire satisfaction. oUieiwiso
there will lie no ihaiKe. We will do this to con
vince the public of the miperlor value as a
OF OUR PADS.
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will n.e cisiirl!y lie liuilled iu num1er, we Lopo
therefore, an early appllcni Ion will tie made Ad
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I'hyslclam pjieak In Terms of Praise lu favor of too
' IIEAETII PAD.
,, Cincinnati. June
Ilavlnir had some considerate acquuliilai.c e wph
tliu operation of the i'ad, I can cowl, w iou.'y
reconiinend II as uii exeelK nt reuiedv in ail lUe ui'.
eases for which Dr. Korlie. coun- ls !i u-e
Mi. J. H AI.LOWKI.L.
iTii (iturjfe Street, I ii:rii;: all.
What Key. Joseph Kniery. lh wel'. knonn City
, , . , CtM iNATi. Juno i,x
Havlni: hail a lout' aequnintaiice wild lir Uor!n
1 am sati-iled that whatever he recommend l.e eoi-ii
so I'oiin-ltuclonsly, and will prow all thev pieW
... , , "KV. JOSEPH EMERY. '
Extracts from a few- of th,, Manv Letters fre ucl'I
n-ei lve.l at llietm. e.
One suy. :- f,.,i ,lt V(lUr fa.!-have m-.J mr
1 te Another says;. "Your I'ad has ju-t r-:e
loy can . i has enilrelv remuved mv r.-i;, ,
and (oii., qU,.,:i j.,, k II. udache." Ai'.otb. riii-i
Y our I ;id alt. i.,1,.,1 Mrnily u, Im-ln-s.. n:.d la
forty f u'tit hours I (,-lt , well as ever ' Al o r-
-ii.ur Pad hisniro.l n,e of Itilim . BI,.; .,".,:
pt'l Liver. I nin heifer tlisu I Unu teen ! iv-u-.y
vear. b'.ill atoila-r js-. I ta,- ei.ilur. .'. .-.'! the
liorrorsj-rowlii-.-oin of torpid Liver and Iwp ..,.
Alter iisuie your pod all these ill. 1,-ft u,'.-. - Oi u
more:- I have Used your l'ads with p, :l, , . .
factory reslll... alitl Cl.eelf.lily recomeud t. ! 1 ti)
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the I nre Uy A'-smj tleu nr.- i.:.'i...,-il t 1 .,. ..
Keen provd the (hi-upe-i rnil Vo.t Ee'eriu-,: ;.' i-'-dy
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that loi.riy .'oi Hie e.:-i .n-e thiit atlatk the J,.
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It Is known l yaitnai i-rperi-. tu-e thru tji.-r-
llin-ae flint ult' ks lln- voijil, iiiel s.ilult oi t . -1: ., i
e. that cm ev.-n l.e tiio'iirt, d l.y t:n- n.e e .-.-,
but that an acted ou in a fir lm-re .r
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clilpt ot price. eee;,! the jvait, which it siM l,v tX-
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