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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1879.
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OFFICIAL rATEIt OF ALEXASPEK COUNTY.
M.B. Ilrwroll, Editor.
pOH SUFHEME Jl'boE FIIISST DIsTlUCT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate before the
Jcople, at the cttsuini: June election, in the l-"irl
ndiclul Diflrltt. fur the oillce of .imlce of the Su
preme court. JOHN 11. Ml'LKEY.
IJOR JL'DOE OF THE CinCL'IT COVI1T
1 FiltST ClllClTT.
Wo aro authorized to announce Daniel M.
Dhow-kino, of Kranklln county, ne n candidate f'T
Circuit .Iiidefo, in the Firm Circuit, nibjcct to the
decision ol the Democratic Judicial Convention to
be held iu Cairo, ou, the (illi day of Aluy, lt,u.
Wc lire authorized ti announce John M. T.Asmr.s
a candidate for Clrcn i ) tidier- in the r trt .lu
dlclal Circuit. uh'ect to ihe decision of tho Demo
Daviu J. TUNr.i: will he a candidate for Circuit
Judo 111 the First .luillcial Clrciill.ut Die election
to lie Held ou the -U day J line, isrsi.
A CALL FOR A DEMOClfATIC CONVENTION
TONOMlNAiE A CAN HI DATE FOR JVlx-E
iK T1IK M'l'HEM E COlHT FHUM THE
F1KST DIsridCT OF ILLINOIS.
The nndendimcd. Chairmen of the JVmocrutic
County Central Committee or tho counties mimed
deeming It to the beet Intoreet, and being the will of
majority of tho Democratic voter in ald civ.tntle
hereby call a convention for the pttipoco of uoml
satlnR a Juditc of the Supreme Court from the Fir t
. DlMrict of Illinoi. to bu held at Mt . Vernon, 111.,
Thursday May l 18T!l, at S o'clock, . m. The
variou County Central Committee will nee that
lelej:atc arc choen to attend uld convention, to
hcMlected In uch manner aud at tich time u the
County Central Committee may u tnnate.
The rcpreentutlou iu ald convent '.on will le one
delegate 111 each county for every MM vote cant for
Tion. Edward L. Croukrlte in and one for
every fraction of iTiil or over. The countle com
jioflng aid Flrt District will he entitled to the
Alexander '.' j Edward 1
Clinton :i rrniiklin M
iallatiu 'J I Hamilton V
Ilardiu 1 j .l:iekutl
ili'tTenum 3 I ilontimu J
Vwnuc m i 1 MiuiMe 4
Verrv :l l'ope s
PnUhkl 1 Haiulolpli 4
Kalian M.Clair 7
rnimt 4 I Walei-h
WhlURlu i Wayne I
White 4 I Williami'uu i
IV. W, Aycr. Hardin ; J . F. Hall, Wllliami-oii;
Trank Lautcr. Hamilton ; C. 1). Threlkeld, Frank
Jin; Jaroea Leed. Wabnnh : Wm. A. Spann. dohn
on; John L, flaudlcy, Wayne; G, Van Ilonre
Iteke, Clinton: J. U.William. WhiteiW. F. Fouler.
Edward; J. Y. Cleniou, FiuVkl; Tlionin lloyd.
Perry: i. W. Andrew, iliicknou; Phil V. Field,
Pope; 1. II. Kroh, t'nlon; Thonia Wilou. Alex
ander; C. A. Keller. JcflVri-on.
Thk Mnyor of the city of Chicn'O lias
given orders to the police to give no quar
ter to thieves; "that thieves who visit Chi
cago to do their crooked work hliould he
quietly notified to leave town before they
get into trouble.'' We nre to understand
then, that no quarter to thieves means that
they Khali not maintain quarters in Chicago;
lut f?et out and prey upon some other com
munity. This is an economical way of
disposing of wrong-doers, selfish withal,
and not much calculated to suppress crime
or terrlly wroiig-docrs. A man is a thit
because lie has stolen the goods of others,
and if every community should deal with
mcli characters ns Chicago proposes to deal
with them, the punishment for larcency
would bo to ''move on." It is plain to flio
man with half n mind's rye, flint - tho
Chicago policy will not do. A known
thief should be arretted on sight. If theft
can't be proven on him, try him as a vag,
and confine him or compel him to work for
his nuiiiteiiancu. Temporizing with known
scoundrels is to invite the very crimes that
it is desirable to guard against.
Thkhk are, in tho Democratic party, ns
in the Republican party, garnilloim lint
heads who are frothily demanding thrit.siuce
tho President will not relinquish his right
to uo the army to control elections,' con
gran should refuse to puna the army appro
, jpriation bill, and thus compel & disband
mcnt of the aruiy. Of course congrew will
do nothing of the kind, and all this furore
about the uso of tho winy, etc., Is, at this
time, sinipl, fo? the advantage ot party,
mod not for the good of tho citizen. The
Republican party Is mad, but it is not Idi
otic. Having a reosonablo allotment of
common sense left, It knows that in the
election of lSO it will not dare to employ
the army to intimidate or control voters.
That party knows that every State carried
by bayonet influence, will be ex
cluded from the couut. The lie
publicans have tho control of the army
but iu its right to canvass the election re
turns the Democratic party has a power
that will serve to keep our voting places as
free from the presence of Federal bayonets,
as thej vcre hi tho time of Harrison and
Van Ihiren. Tho whole fight is merely a
fight of party leaders in which the masses
feel but little concern, aside from the dis
gust they feel for the blatherskites who,
upon the one side, are shrieking "revolu
tion," and, upon the other side, are declar
ing that the liberty of the citizen is in fear
Tun State of Illinois promises to be
cursed with an avalanche of hasty legisla
tion. Although the time fixed for the ad
journment of our General Assembly is ncir
at hand, over a thousand bills remain un
considered. Tins iaet is known to every
member of the Legislature, yet the majority
continues to go home every Saturday morn
ing and to remain away until Monday
evening, with the same exactness and regu
larity that governed them three months ago.
During an interval of four months
and a half less than onetenth of
the bills introduced have been passed
upon. To consider and pass upon the oth
er nine-tenths, the members have twelve
days left, and as thev will spend five days
of that time in the bosoms of their families
or iu their respective village saloons, re
counting the hardships of the life of a law
maker, there remains, therefore, but seven
days in which to finish up nine-tenths of all
the business cut out fur the whole session.
Of course it were better that one half of
the "stuff" in hand remain unresunected;
but it is utterly impossible to dispose of the
important business without "jumping in
the dark" without cursing the people
with immature, impotent ' and huflkicDt
legislation. And for all this the Republi
can majority is responsible. The Demo
crats are utterly powerless, . In 110 depart
ment, in none of the committees, in none
of the offices are they permitted to con
tro!. They can neither adjourn the General
Assembly or prevent an adjournment. They
are, in a figurative sense, tied hand and foot,
and completely under control of the Repub
c m majority. The Republican party, ther,
being undeniably responsible for the crim
inal waste of time and money for all the
sins of omission and commission that are
chargeable to the present General As
sembly, it remains to be seen, from the
composition of the next assembly, whether
a majority of Illinois freemen still hold to
the hurtful, even disastrous delusion that
Republican ascendancy is essentia! to good
THK XK'iHo 1IARALSOX.
The special telegrapher of the St. Louis
Republican, located in Washington City,
gives the true inwardness of the negro
Haralson s pretense that he lias a right to a
."at in the present congress. It is a little
'confidence game" of his that was played,
luring Republican control, with gratifying
fuece.-s to the negro lla-alson. 1 he spec
ial says: "The R 'publican press has of
late been giving much space to the con.
tested election case of Haralsiin vs. Shelley
of Alabama, the- latter being a Democrat
and the sitting member. Haralson is an ig
norant negro, who was iu the Forty-fourth
congress, and whose appearance and con
duct made h'un "lie of the curiosities of the
capital. In the forty-liltli congress
Haralson presented papers, contesting Shel
ley's sea?, with the avowed and well tui ler
stood purpose of getting some of the money
voted by each cingn-ss to contestants' for al
leged expenses of making the contest. The
custom is a bad one, and has prevailed fur
many years. The contestants get about
what they swear their expenses have been,
and Jere Haralson lust winter put f.'.iM) in
his jiocket on this score. His case was not
of enough importance to enlist the aid of a
single Republican on the elections commit
tee, and when it came into the house it was
laid on the table without objection from
any quarter. Now Jere makes a second
appearance, having conducted a so-called
canvass against Shelley last full, and tho
Republican papers make a grand display
of outrage, intimidation and fraud on his
behalf. He will remain around here for a
while, and about the close of the congress
will want his contest luonev,
I.N TliiWK advanced stages of broneh ial
d 'sease, where great organic decay pre
cludes the possibility of restoration. Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup yives very grateful
ease and relief to the weary sufferer.
A Raws Siandahd. The banner of
llspair floats no longer over people who
sutler from kidney troubles, torpid livers,
pile and diseases which coinefrom Inactive
bowels, niter n few doses of Kidney-Wort.
For piles It works pleasantly and with
Fihst class cut cards at the IK-llrtin
office at Kt. Louis wholesale prices. Print
ing fl.00 to 1.50 per thousand.
JOTTINGS FROM WASHINGTON.
Si pedal correspondence of The llulletln .
Washisotos, May 12, 1879.
We have had one veto and nre threatened
with another. That is, the army appropria
tion bill, with clauses indicating that the
money appropriated should not be spent
for certain unwholesome purposes, was
vetoed, and now those salutary clauses, pre
sented by Mr. Ladd in tho form of a separ
ate bill, are to be vetoed. At least every
body believes they will be. Mr. Hayes for
once in his official career, is unanimous.
For the last two days all who have talked
with him on the subject say he will veto
the bill. Whether he is led to do so by
the suggestion of John Sherman, who sees
in (in anticipated disagreement between
congress and the executive a possibility of
advancing his presidential chances, or by
the madlin threats of such men as Chand
ler, or by the lately visible determination
of the radical Republicans to make war
upon all who pursue a patriotic course, we
may know hereafter. No conservative man
here now believes that Mr. Hayes has any
convictions on the subject or any other sub
ject which will stand in the way of his
party's sucess. The list of Democratic vis
itors to the white house has been short
since March lS77;of late it has diminished;
after tho next veto it will not be worth re
Speaker Randall, it is said, goes to Cali
fornia during the recess, to address the peo
ple ot that state on political subjects. The
Democracy has few if any wiser leaders
than Mr. Randall, and, though he has spo
ken little in campaigns out side of his owu
state, I am confident he will be of great as
sistance iu California or wherever he may
Senator Ingalls. of Kansas, is to be in
vestigated. The charges were such and so
sustained that the investigrtion ought to
have been ordered early. They are to the
effect that he caused to be paid by others
and also personally paid money to the mem
bers ol the Kausas legislature for their
Votes in his favor. The charges are made
by Republicans and Democrats, and arc
backed by such a mass of testimony that
either Ingalls or half the state of Kansas
must be corrupt.
Capt. Jas. B. Ends gets $30J,000 under
an act which passed the senate on Friday
and which hail previously pa.sed the house.
This is payment, so far, under his contract
for improving the navigation of the Mis
sissippi. Capt. Eads has made better pro
gress than he hoped for, and will complete
sooner than lie expected this most impor
tant work. He deserves all and more than
all he has received.
Representative Lopham, of N. Y., sub
mitted Ijibtwc'ck n proposed amendment to
the constitution authorizing the veto by the
President of single clauses in any appropri
ation bill without affecting other portion
The prominence of Senator Windoin in
connection with the colored "exodus," and
the fact that he is now frequently named as
a Presid Mitial onndidate by R -publicans of
standing, give interest to the fact that he
will to-day give his views at length on the
legislative bill. He will have a large attend
ance. Without being eloquent the Senator
is an effective speaker.
There is published an appeal by the
Greenback leaders of Michigan to assist
the Gieenbackcrs of Maine in their Septem
ber struggle. The position of Maine, as
the first State to vote in which any Green
back strength has been exhibited, adds
greatly to the interest felt in the coming
Why will vor allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia.
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
imniedinte relief can so easily be attained.
Ilosehee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for ihe cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases, It is Dr. Ilosehee'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 of this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 7i
cents, Try it and be convinced.
A Caud. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, 1 w ill send a recipe that will cure
you, FHKK of en aho k. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev.Josmi T. In.man, Station I). New
Qi'kuy, Why will men siiiokc common,
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Iho's
"Seal of North Carolina" nt the sumo price!
All Claim kd Fon It. S. Havihunl,
Salix, Iowa, says of the Perfected llutter
Color of Wells, Richardson t Co., Burl
ington, Vt. "I find it to be all that is
claimed. It increased the selling price of
tny butter from 81 to a.'i cents." - '
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tobacco,
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HEALTH RESTORING FADS
Wo Will fend olio l.f our HEALTH KEsTOIt-
INli PADS to nny IuvullU alllii ti.d with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FLVKII, INDIGES
TION, COST1VEN ESS, NervuiiH Ikieli.ihe,
DyniiepKla, Ncrvim Dulilllty und Impure Wood,
If tlicy will end li their fvniptnma timl ml
tires und uereu to m ud im j.ihi if it i-Ui-cm
a cure to their entire utii-fiict!on, otlieiwUu
there will be no charge. u will do tills to con
vince this puhllc of tho fupcrlor vulue a o
OF OUll i'ADS.
.,1111 IIJiil ill.., ..... ' ... maj . Ullt I
will iiecefcnrlly lie Dialled Iu number, we Lopu
therefore, au early application will bu made. Ad
(Ireni, Wry lfe'ct!ully Your.
.,111 ,lrt nil u-.. max, ...
IK. W. W. r OltDHS,
KJ Elnf street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
riiyeiciuns speak In Term of t'ralsu In favor of the
Cim isati. Juno i.1, 1 -T; .
Ilavlne bad omi' considerable in cii:iiiitunie with
the iieriitlun of the I'nil. I cun cmiclmi Imisly
recommend It us nn excellent remi dy In ml tU dis
ease for which Dr. Forbes counsels lis use.
Dli. J. IIAl.LOWELL.
it'H Oeorijc Street, ( lt;clii!.at.
What Kev. Joseph Knu ry, the well kuon City
Cincinnati. June :i. 1-T'l.
Ilavlnz lind a lone acquaintance will; Dr Forbes,
1 am satisfied that whatcw-r he recommends he doi
so couscieueloiisly, ana will prove all tln-v i.n.N.i.e.
DEV. JUSKPII EMEi'.Y.
Extract from a few of ihe Manv Letters freij-ieu'ly
received at the lilllee.
One s:iy: "I feel that vour Pads bnvr snyd niv
Pie." Another ay: "Your Pud has Just re'i.ued
tuyciise. ll bus entirely removed my ciimIm u x
and coiiseiiueiit Sick Ilenilaclie." Aiiothi r v rite:
Your Pud attended strictly to business, nvI in
forty-ei'.dn hours I felt n well nscver." Aieiih'-r:
"Your Pad has cured me of liillioiislies and a tor
pid Liver. 1 urn better than j hue been !:i tvi uty
vchns-'1 S'.ill another sas; I ave endured nil the
horrors trrow iin' out of a torpid I.Imt umI Dvsp ;
Alter lisini' your pad all these b it me. iui
more: "1 have used your Pads with perlcttiy ui:."
factory resul.s, and cheerfully recomeiid lhe:.i to
FEVF.II AM) AO IE PAH.
QURE I'Y AI'.SORL'TIOX!
Without Po-iiig The Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
2 ! .Medicinal Absorptive
H , AND
'! ARSORPTION SALT
.Medicated Foot Rath.
These remedies wliil hare the Sole cJCjiol,! ! . i f
the ( lire by Abs ration nre 1,1.1..... d n
been proved the tucnpi -t ami M..t Ei( lnai
dy for all HI-, uses Arisnii'fp iii Mnlaiiaor "ii..i.'r"
dreed stomach nr I.iu r. m.d it is a uc.i k:,nv :. i e. ".
that nearly all liie ili-ea'es that attack the I. . u
body can lie traced dirvilly or !i.uiml!y to :..,-:
It is known by actual i xpc:ii nee that there i
diseae that utUi ks the viuib ni.it ndult 01 )...!. .
esthat can even be miel.lUi) by ti,e u fi':'..",
but that 1 an be aeled i.u in a fur In.. re -:il: . -.' v
and permai.i lit inain..-: by ibe 1i.i..M.N I I I K
PAD 1 li. UEMEDlIiS.
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j'jii'OIAlt-ilii-iiH1, Ii.-ivi. liccn Sav.
itn Iim- tlic M ilil Ai-ti.ui , n't TO. s.
I Ji'iiu-d iesi Alone.
II ij'ie-iioiied. send lor our pamrhli t. - Vi;
Law." u'lvlie.- e-.tendej liiloniiatioii and I'-Mi.o-i:a
ironi the t!r-t pcoplv .of tlje coimtiv. Mailed
The remedies are sent l,y man. post piuri o' jv.
chl.t ol price. e.ce,i Hie Salt, whkh la sent ' 1
pv. - at pun ha-er s t xneiise
t oiisiiltalum In e. and aulli ite.l at our oil'.'. vt
by m-il, divine; n,l di Tlp!ioii of your case.
DKSCRIPTIVK PRICE LIST.
DElfl'LAIt PAD- J ki; In( inent ill. ne ;-.
.i.i-. ,., - 'bit'e 1 hi:l und i ncr. i : '
sll.tlAL PAI)-J:oo; Chronic J.lcr and stun
vm cry h-i "!'" '""it'lei. and Joilarhi
M l-KLN I.f.l.r-i; Knlar.'e.l spleen at d
. I.lver. li d Chill Cake.
1N1 AM PAD-Jl :; I'reveiiliillvo and cure ol
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