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7 THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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'Tuiro Bulletin Cairo, llllinuis "
largest Circulation ol any Duily in
Ouly Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. Ilarrell, Editor.
JjH)R SITKEME JUDGE FIRST DISTRICT.
I hereby announce mvelf a candidate before the
PcoDle. nt thu eusuitu: June election, lu the Ktr-t
Judicial District, lur the office of .luil.'e of the Su
preme court. JOHN 11.
March tf4th JST9.
TX)R JUDGE OK THE CIRCUIT COUHT-
.T FIRST CIRCUIT.
We nro authorized to unnonnce Daniel M
Bkowmnx. of Franklin ronr.ty. as a caudidtile lor
Circuit Judge, lu the Flrt Circuit.
Wc are authorized to announce John M. I.a'I):s"
a a candidiite for Circuit Judc iu the Firtt Ju
Pavid J. Baker will be a candidate for Circuit
JudL'cm the Firt Judicial Circuit, ut the electioti
to be held on the ltd day June, lf7'.i.
KEGUL.VR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election, June S IST'j)
For Supreme Judge, Flrft Dletrlct.
JCn" II . MULKEY. of Alexander county.
For Judges, First Judicial Circuit, '
JOHN M. LAXSDEN. Alexander county.
MONROE C. CRAWFORD, Union county.
DANIEL M. BROWNING. Franklin county.
Republican sentiment-mnkcrs declare
that the negroes were seared out of the
SontUliy Ytln'tn U(jmi fchnt-truus. anil tho
bull-dozer's bludgeons. Just why, being
scared out of the Smith, every one of them
was scared to Kansas, the most ingenious
liar in the party lias not attempted to ':.v
plain. The St. Louis Times-Journal is given
over, body and soul, to the Missouri Repub
licans. The Democrats find some consola
tion in the fact that it doesn't carry much
brains into the camp of the enemy. It be
trays a purpose to "out-organ"' the Globe
Democrat, but there is such a conspicuous
inequality between its aim and the means
for its accomplishment, that tho Globu-D.
people contemplate the situation with en
TrtE candid, honest citizen, be his poli
tic what they may, will not deny that the
ticket presented to the voters of the First
Judicial circuit by the Democratic party, is
an unexceptionable one eminently satis.
factory because the candidates rtre men of
superior ability and of strict personal in
tegrity, and because in selecting them, the
convention carefully considered the rights
ol the people and the manifest require
ments of the business of the circuit. Dem
ocrats need not, with such a ticket in the
field, be lectured on the score of duty. The
Democratic candidates are the best in the
field. It is, therefore, the duty ot the
Democrats to elect them.
5fn. Hayes say that "no soldier of the
Union or State militia should Le present at
the polls to ttiko the place or perform the
dutiea of the ordinary civil police force."
The Democrats have asked nothing more
of Mr. llayeB than that he sanction a law
embodying that very assertion; but, bull
dozed by tho mischievous Chandlers of his
party, he refuses to do so declines to
sanction that which confessedly harmon
izes with hi own convictions. Uut there
is no cause for surpribc in this. Chandler
holds werets the exposure of which would
hustle Hayes, amidst the imprecations of
the people, from his seat in tho White
House. It is a terrible thing to be the
beneficiary of fraud.
Another prominent Republican who has
Jottt many tenant i Mr. Ben Montgomery,
Jiving; opposite the lower portion of this
parish. Ben Montgomery wa before the
w ft slave and body-servant to Mr. Joe
Davis, brother of Mr. Jeff Davis. After tho
war Mr. Joe Davit told his large plantation
1 Ben Montgomery for $300,000 or f 400,
000 on ten yean' time. I believe Mont
gomery Lai paid off tho debt; at least he
has raiJ $10,000 cash for the "Woods"
plantation adjoining tho old Davis property
Tho Montgomery family nre held in high
esteem by the colored people, who have
elected them to several political offices.
I have talked with many negroes who cmi-
gratcfl to Kansas, and the only reason they
gave lor going was that tho "government
would provide each man with one hundred
acres of land, improved and stocked, and
donate him $500 on his arrival; that Gen.
Grant had commanded that they should go
and that if thty did not ho would come
with an army and compel them." But the
movement is greatly exaggerated ; in gen
eral only the laziest and most worthless
have gone and some of the best of those
who went have returned and arc daily re
Aitr-bli.ni), bigattod Chicago Republi
can by the name of Booth, is the leader of
a forlorn effort to raise money in Chicago to
aid the negroes who reach Kansas only
to face suffering and want. In a speech re
cently made by this heartless fellow he de
clared "if half the immigrants starved to
death it would not be too high a price to
pay for the liberty enjoyed by the other
half!" And this fiendish, monstrous utter
ance was applauded to the echo by the un
thinking crowd that listened. And now
what is the liberty in Kansas for which
half the negroe? can afford to
die? So far it Jlas been extreme
hunger for the great "majority of the immi
grants; hard farm tvork for less than one
tenth of the able-bodied men at $7 per
mouth, and the "cold shoulder" the abso
lute abhorrence of tlie "Kansians who fill
the land." The value ot the liberty is well
understood bv the disappointed creatures
who are finding their wav back to the
South on foot, b; boat and rail, and by
every conveyance they can avail themselves
of. It is understood by those who meet
and talk with these deluded creatures, and
learn the story of their cold, inhospitable re
ception, how they almost starved for food.and
how ;he most abject pauperism must be the
fate of the great majority of those who fail
of means to return to the South. And for
this the right to suffer and starve in the
inhospitable climate (f Kansas the aver
age Chicago Republican would sec half the
negroes of the South perish of hunger
The sentiment would disgrace a Digger
Ik the Republican programme we indi
cated the day after the meeting of the Re
publican Central committee in this city,
was not fully agreed upon by that commit
tee (and we have been assured that it was
not) by what prescience were we enabled
to so accurately foretell trie purposes of the
Republican party? We then stated that
the Republicans would permit the canvass
to progress to a certain point, when, in
pursuance of an understanding, all the can
didates would be drawn off, except Baker,
Harker and Dougherty McCartney not be
ing then in the field. The party would do
this, we argued, and tiius reap all the ad
vantages of a party convention, while in
veighing lustily again-t mixing politics in
judicial contests. And now, what has been
the result? The campaign progressed, Mc
Cartney entered the field, the Democrats
put their ticket in the field, and in strict
accordance with the programme we pro
mulgated, all the Republican candidates
and drawn ol! except Baker, Harker
and McCartney. By this act the
party as fully and effectually
nominate a ticket as they could have done
had they met iu delegate convention. Tho
Democratic convention frustratingtheir pur
pose to monopolize all the official loaves
and fishes that by right of precedent, mind,
might and numbers belong to the Demo
crats, they now sock to win favor by hypoc
ritically crying o it against political Judic
ial contests, while running a strictly parti
zan ticket, as fully and effectually nomina
ated by their party as the ticket at our
mast head was nominated by the Demo
cratic party. The gauze that covers the
hypocrisy of this "no politics" pretense, is
so ethcrial that the dullest sight penetrates
it, and the strategy of tho leaders having
been cluck itmtfd, the only ripen, manly
course left for the party to pursue is to
pick up the gauntlet the Democracy have
thrown down, and at the l'lullippi of June
2nd, figure as the Republican Brutus
to our Democratic Oetuvius Cit sar.
WHY WILL THEY LIE?
Republican editors and orators who as
sert that the negroes of the South are flee
ing from the Mot-guns of the white-leaguers,
etc.. know they lie, and they know
that every well-informed man of tho
country knows they lie. Tho facts embod
ied in the following extract explains the
cuuse of the wodus; and i.s they harmon
ize with evert unprejudiced statement re
ceived from (lie South, their truth will not
admit of suoccBsful denial. A prominent
Republican jlant;r, writing fr m Madison
Parish, La., to the editor of tin C.i'cogo
Times, givei the matter the following unde
niably truthful shape:
"I obterji!," ayi the wri er, "that cer
tain northern newspapers attribute tho nc-
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING.
ina nection to political
gro exouus u"" -
outrage, bet me state a few facts: This
parish registers twenty-five hundred no
gro voters and five hundred white, and
generally casts two thousand Republican
votes to seven hundred Democratic. This
parish is and has been since tho war under
Republican control and administration ; the
offices (from sheriff down to constables)
are now and have been uninterruptedly
held by Republicans, and mostly by color
ed Republicans. It is represented now in
the state constitutional convention in New
Orleans by two negro Republicans. There
has never been any political intimidation
by the white people, and none by colored
Republicans toward colored Democrats,
cxept by threats, rough jostling at the polls
and social ostracism. The lands ure
rich, tho rents as low as elsewhere, being
per acre from sixty to eighty ponnds of lint
cotton, worth from $4 to $G. The crops
have been good, and the kindest feeling'
have apparently existed between the two
races and yet Madison Parish has
lost a larger per cent of its
labor than any other county in Louisana or
Mississippi. The land owner who has
lost the largest proportion is tho Hon.
Frank Morey, for a long time and until
lately Republican member of congress
from this district.
When one knows a good thing it should
be told; and we do know from experience
that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best
remedy for coughs and colds we ever seen.
It only costs 25 cents a bottle.
Are Savings Banks Secure? This is a
question of vital importance to the indus
trial thrift of our country ; and while our
legislatures are pondering the question, we
would earnestly advise everyone to take
Hall's Balsam for coughs and colds. War
ranted to cure. Sold by Barclay Bros.,
A Pleasant Experience. After years
of depressions and misery, W. II. Weut
worth. a travelling Insurance agent writes:
The Kidney-Wort cured my terrible piles.
My back feels strong and is now free from
pain, and I sleep well. It. is a wonderful
discovery in medicine.
You Must Cure that Coloh. With
Shiloh's' Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, w hile fr Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses w ill re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to lie with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true we will re
i"uivl tlio yricu paid. Price 10 tu. .10 eU
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back luine use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to U-e Shi
lob's Sytem Yitalizer. It guanine ed t
relieve you, and will yon continue; V suffer
when you can be cured on such tetus a,
the-e. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. S-iid by
Well's Persian Peitume "TIackn."!ack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a euro for Rheu
matism, Lame, Back, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is :t's 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 us".
Try Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
will want no other. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Dear Bell Our commencement ex
ercises are over. I have received my di
ploma, and nm now ready to enter with zest
into the pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such us
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 Coussens' Honey of
Tar, the best remedy in the world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases 'of the
throU and lungs, to sing so well that I
completely enraptured a large audience.
Tell uncle John that the use of that valua
ble compound. Coussen's Ilmay of Tar,
will cure his cough, It is only , 50 cents a
bottle, and can be bought at Barclay Bro's.
drug store. Yours in haste,
A Raven Standard. The banner
dispnir floats no longer over people who
suffer from kidney troubles, torpid livers,
piles and diseases which come from inactive
bowels, after n few doses of Kidney-Wort.
For piles it works pleasantly und with
A Card. To all who are suffering frn
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, Inn, 0f man
hood, &c., I will send a recipe that will euro
you, kiikk or ciiAROK. This gr,.ttt remedy
wut discovered by a missionary in South
America. Scud a solf-uddrcssed envelope to
the Iter. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. New
WHY DON'T YOU PAINT
That Dour or that Floor? You can ilo it with the
The Averill Chemical Paint
DOES NOT FAI.E or CHALK OFF, but retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANCY
for maiy years, and will last MUCfl LONGER than the best Lend
and Oil mixed in the old way.
IT IS A PXJIffi LlIsTSl!li:D OI L PAINT.
PREPARED FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside ami Outside AVhite and anv desired Shade or Color
Sold in nackages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be shown a sample card of tints.
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF TAINT YOU IiEQUIRE.
Add the nuiijicr of feet in width (front !pi rean to the number of feet in length
(both sides); this multiplied by the average
be painted. Tins divided by SnO a one
(two coats i, gives the amount required in
Ff Ht, 'JO lVet.
Hear. 20 "
ide, AO "
;de, 4D "
Remarks. There can be no definite rule established as to the exact quantity it will
require; but the above is suilicicntlv near for all practical purposes. Should the surface
be smooth and hard, less than the abve would suffice: if rough and porous more.
BE NOT IMPOSED I T IN BY BASE
is a well-known fact that when the Averill Chemical Paint was first put upon the mar
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that could be found. Its merits were so great,
however, mat imt a tew years lial elapsed
under the names of "Enamel," "Rubber," "Mixed," "Chemical," -Liquid," and "Pre
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore wish it distinc tly under
stood that we do not enter into competition
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to
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Iti-.iily fur u in U'Mte n::il ovi-r One II;h:(Io '1 DiU'-n iit ('lur-. !',;, cf nr;i :!v Mir.- Wlut- l.n
..le iukI Liner. (1 01: cl.omii u;iy i-iinil'ii:H. wnrraiit'
A - I.O.M i :i :ii,v lit In r i Hi lit. It tins taken tin- U
t. Ili'iN. Illel i nil the fill"! llell-e- in lie.- i nuMrv.
NEW 1 ORK ENAMEL I'AINT ft.:-.. iit:. - im -
1 -.mi ill ti;i- s-Tlni el the country. n:nl nil j-nrtl.-"
hi."! iln:-li : und tiii-y Unit tin- color? uinl mixture
nil e..ui;re :o In-lit iiml i onl, alel ;.;. hi." u-ii.i; :t
n-eoiir inline- lor r ler. i.e. tfii!lv. C!l W.l'ANT A i.HAl 1
A'Uri -, NKWVOlfKKXAMKM'AI.VTni,,
s- n.-ip!".- enn! fr.-.-. i lam,-,. s,,i, n,..w v.irSc
1 LOSS OJL AXD VAILVISH COAIIWXV.
17!! Prince Street, New York.
Copal, Coach. Funiituir, Dainar ami all other YaruMies.
Liquid and Japan
Oar cli.-:;;i liloff (.11 Varnish, fer tie- j.ri. .-. !.:i m
Dry fpilcl; and will mix with all kinds of oil.
Ami liiive no 1'ijiiil; n. concede. l.y tint l rude.
e nine i-iei. iii-nny 10 iiiiiiiuiiii lure irooiii. ni iiii
,.....r. v..r.. u..v,..u. ...I,.. ,-.i., n m,- , ,:
SAMPLES und iiiotiitlon c ut with plcitmrcat uny
OUR NEW NO. 8.
NO SilJl'TTLE TO TlIltEAD
The Best Sewing Jfacliine in the World !
AKouts Wanted Everywhere
WHEELER & WILSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
NO. 413 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
C. IIAMY, Agent, Cairo, Illinois. St LouiS' M' !
MAY 10, 1870.
REiillRINC NO OIL, THINNER OR DRYER
height, gives tlie number ot square teet to
gallon of this paint covers 200 square feet
.Multiply; Height, 30
13 gallons for two coats
AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
helore worthless mutations began to appear
with the many ahui.tkkatkd and wouthllss
the "Averill," which are now llooding the
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.
r.ROTHEHS, f-'wicral Agents.
- il iii'k Ii H i ; 1 -. . r: . r i.ml ( b i--r atnl to l-i TW I' K
Its' I PR t M 1 L M ;.: twenty i.f tin- Male K-nrs of tin
si. I'eter-'hiir.' i n . Jim. lmli, 1-1T.
n. - We lime l.-i-;.- iiiiuitiii- .f v..t:r KnutiKl
hili.' ii-ui lie- i..ir:.e ,yvU'i liiehiy of Itn durability
jut n- n.u r-1 r i.i . Tli'reciin ! no !"!ier puint
mice wi.i 'Un Iv i.u ro ii.-uin. Vei Ice." inn! to
Dryers and (iloss Oil.
,.,ittl in ll.e market.
AUK THE E
ARE THE J 5 K.ST
- c,..h fHii!ity nt tlie !owet Jirlee. us we Lr.y for
.-n.rrr. unil IM- Ilie mimic IielMllllll llttcllt H Hi.
time. Sollcitiiii; jour orderc we. remain,
K$AMEL PAINT & VARXISU CO.
.MA' 'II IX US.
AWARDED A FIRST
I I . Ji iSf-r 1AHIS EXPOSITION,
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL Ii. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
rpilK niilyrond ruiinlnctworinlly trains from Cairo
A uiuklnj; mrud coiniei ilim with Eusteru 1 i i--
TKAIN I.KAVU I AIIIO.
1 :10p. tn.: Fust 'xiriwa,urrlviuKlu St. I.otii 7:55
. in.; C'liknoil:.'yiu. m.
1 :10 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arriving In fliiciiiiuiti ut T:ii0 a. tn.; Louisville,
7:ii. in.; Iiidiiimipolls. 4:15 ii. iu. i'aeseu" rs by
this train urrive ut uliovu points
12 to a hours in advance
(if nny other roiiti...
7. 1 tp. tn. Kiist Mull, with sleeper., nttncti. '!, for
l""sT. l.ul lMind ( llK Ai.tt. uriivlni; iu St.
I.oiiIb ut l. .ai 'i. m.: Clilcuirn at ln:4n u. m.. coimei-l.
Iiil' ut iiilln or KftiiiKlium lur Cliiclunilti, Lout.-vilic.
FAST TIME EAST.
P CVYI ' V If ''' ,M" 11,10 P" t!.ro'i?li
J VOOriUrjl to tint Kiist wltlio:;! uny
deluy CHiiecd liy Sundfiy. Inti-rvi-iiin. Tin- Sniir
duy iiliernooii truln frmn Cain, arrive In Sew York
Monday tiiorninijat lni'il. TUirty-tix hours II ad
vance of any other rmii"'.
r-Aclve'rtisemeiit of rninpi-tllli: Hurt that they
tiluke Letter timi! thiili tliin one are ln.in-d i ll her
throui;h iKiii.rutice or a desire to ml-leud the .ii'ilu-.
Kor ihroiii:h tlek"t uixl Information apply ut Illi
nois Central llallioail depot, I uiro.
TItA INS A It HIVE AT C'A 11(0:
Mull 4:o'. a. hi.
J AS. .M ill N si N. iicn'l boil Uii.ru A;'t.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Audit.
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
H im" m. i hi . i i " T
IT. '. UMITHKIW, K iver,
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throujli Eire- leave Cairo I'1'1" :i i:i.
Through Exin . arriv s nt K. St Lniili.. t.:o;..tii.
TliroiiL'h Kxpri -s leavei. E. St. Lou..... ::'.".iu.
Through Expr. -i. arrive- at ( air t.::. j lu.
M'.irpliyslioroui-i-iiiiiiiiiiiiatioii l'-ave,(. uiro 1 I';. in,
Mn'l'liysiioro Ace. urriM-s at Murphy.lsiro s ;, m.
Murphyslioro Ace. leave M-ir;iiiyrt.oro .. .'.'';. i.i
l jrpti'vlioio Act. uriive at Cairo 1- I' ;. :.i.
The f uiro A St . I.otii Hail It.enl i the os.'.y a'.l
Hull Kollle lieteel (. airo lilid St. I.uiii i-.i,-.- r 01."
maiiii.'eiiieiit. ihcrefnru tle-re are no ile!:,-. a:
way nal ion aw ail in a eoiitiecttiui fiom oih-r i.: "
( In.- ai. il tir conni-i tii'i. ut St. Loui with o'.er
lines lor North. Kurt and Wi-t.
J. A. NAL'tiLE.
CAIRO VLVCEXNKS R. R.
fit YflTVTHE SIK'ItTfT ItdVTE
VI JIIIjTjO Kv.uiHvill.-.
(7 ATTT t'si the simutest T" L'-''is-
tl .III IjT vi I K ( INclNNATI, L.VL
TIMOKE AND WAsillNliTON.
M Mil IV11IE SIIollTEsT Tn INIi'AN-
)! Jiiiir.. Ai'i)Lis.i'iiiLALEi.i'iiiA.:;K'.y
YOKK AXD DusTuN
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traiLs of a!l otle r ro'iim inakiLj;
'i" I'.-isfcnii-r" by o'her roul"- to make tu; :.,-r-tlon
iiiust rule all t.it'ht. v. niuiiu' from on.-:., .x
hour ut niiail country tat:oL for train of con-BL-cliu;
ITMVVIir T,TI! K FACT and tako or 4
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vilie, lii'l:-m:ip.i!i'. f itii';ii!niti ami I.i.uisvi:!- :us
rl iy. Train l.-ave nml arrive at Cairo as fo'i. s. -;
Mail leave. 4 4. i m.
Mali arriie In " ; in.
Through ticki t ainl check .to a!! in. i .
F. A. MU.LEK LusWEI.I. MII.I.EE
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Tr-iiliii" nt for ( at.nrii. and in 'hi-'ie-w ir--.iT -r.-V'-u.-.l
the . r. t of hi- t In the t-.--,v
of a lli-ea-". to w hi" h he jv.-n the tl;.!v
lifetime Price of Pan. phi. -t J.' it- S-ml f
31 ICR 10 AX STOVE CO.
t., U1J iSouoca s?t..
IX I'OIXT OF
Ki'oiKuny in Fuel, Dura-
liility, and ('(iiivt'iiiciu o.
(iini)l('(ciicss of (lcsiifii.aiHl
Simplicity of Maiinircmciit, nml
(icncral 'orkim; equalities.
THK REST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and lire Tested!
EVERY STOVE HEL1AHLE,
AND 1-KOVE8 A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
Tot 8a EwryvvJiorn by Flnt-t'lui JUvak-r.