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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXASBEK COVSTTf .
M.B. Ilarrt'll, Kilitor.
AN N'OVNCEM F.STS.
B H"PKEHEJCIX.E-nKV DISTRICT.
I hereby annocr.ee my.e'.f a candidate Vfnre the
tieotile. t the tunu-.Li; June e.e-lo;.. tn tD- nri
5ndirtl Di.trtci, fur the office of Ju'i.-e of tiie
preme coort. JOUS H. MULUL .
TOB jrDGE OF THE C1P.CV1T COVRT-
r FIRST CIRCUIT.
Wp lira anthorized to announce nxvitL M
Buow!i!i. of Franklin county, a. a cuidldate (or
Circuit Judge, in the KiM Circuit.
We are authorized to announce Joux M. I.ASr!:?t
a. a candidate for Circuit Jude In the tiMt ou
TtATin .1. Bakeb wlllbe a candidate for Cirenit
Judire in the Firfl .IndicSal Circuit, at tbe election
to be neiu on tue ia any iuue, ltritt.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election, June 3 1ST!)
For Supreme Judj;e, Fir.t District.
JOHN 11. MCLKEY. of Alexander connty.
For Jndi'ee, Klrist Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LAN'SDEN. Alejunder county.
MOSROK C. CRAWFORD, Union connty.
DANIEL M. BROWNING, Frankliu connty.
Is oxe of the Illinois circuits bordering
on the Wabash, a man by the name of
Allen is seeking re-election. During his
Utm of service just alxmt to expire, forty
six appeals were taken from his decisions,
and in twenty-nine of these the Supreme
Court reversed his judgment all of which
proves what an ass the Supreme Court is.
It is entirely safe to assume that of the
$200,000 that will be paid to Mr. Hayes on
account of salary, hcwill carry back to
Ohio with him, not less than $184,000. It
3s not believed, indeed, that ho is expend
ing $4,000 a year. He entertains nobody,
gives no fetes, feasts or parties, wears
patched boots and darned stockings, uses
no wine on his table, unless it is given to
him, and is most decidedly and essentially
"on the make." We would not have him im
itate the waste and criminal extravagance
of Grant; but the pcoplo would like to see
the white house maintained, and the
country's guests entertained in a style be
fitting the dignity and greatness of the
Some time since tho Republican papers
of the North raised a prolonged, dismal howl
over the removal of Union soldiers
fiom their positions in the Senate. With all
their avowed love for the soldier the Repub
licans when in control of the Senate, gavo
employment to precisely five Union soldiers.
These five, viz: Burnell, Wilson, Bull!
Merrit and Richards, the Democrats have
retained. Of tho men discharged two
claim that they arc wounded soldiers, ana
it is concerning one ot these that Cockling
became so furious. A little examination
diademed the fact that Conkling's victim
of copperhead ferocity, had served around
Washington two mouths a a musician, was
never in tight of a buttle, and wai dis
charged because of hernia. That's the
- lund of a wounded Union soldier he wub.
. The other fellow, Ormly, had never been in
the service at all. And thus it is that the
' Democratic party pierces the carpet-knights
of the Republican party to the very soul
through their lxmudlens love of the Union
oldier. S o bad 1
FOR THE "PAP."
In no other particular arc Democrats,
living in other parts of the district, so un
rsasonable and so pnlpnbly unfair M a tue
char they make thut Cairo hi t nionopo
Ihtetl ill tho favors the Democratic party
hr.i bad to dispense, during the past quar
ter of . century. A plain stutement of
facts fulling to sustain this charge, there
are Democrats to lout to ull sen of fui
dealing as to charge to the account of Cairo
Democrats the patronngo li-tstowud by Re
publicans. Let us see, now, what the official avarlc
iousne98 of Cairo Democrats amounts to.
During the past twenty-live years the De
mocracy of Southern Illinois has given
them what? An Appellate Clerkship, a
mcmlKT of the State Board of Equalization
and but there we must stop. Xot another
morsel ! Isn't that unparallelled party mu
nificence? Quite Tcccntly we were given one
of the three candidates for Circuit Judge,
and still more recently a candidate f r the
Supreme bench; but it will be time enougli
to count these chickens when they are
hatched The Democracy lias never given
us a State officer, a member of either
branch of congress, a State Senator nor
even the nomination to any of these posi
tions. Yet Cairo's official maw is pro
nounced insatiable. One gentleman, ordi-
very fair, runs on in this way:
'Cairo has had a Circuit Judge for many
year?, has a Supreme Judge at this time;
has a member of the Railroad and AVare
house Commission and a deputy warden at
the Chester penitentiary,"' etc. Now
when we remark that this is simply and
solely a recitation of Republican munifi
cence, the absurdity of charging it up to
the account of Cairo Democrats, is palpable
. rverv one. Cairo has one oi me inrce
candidates for Circuit Judge, and whero
the man who will not admit, that she is
every consideration that should con
trol in the distriuuuoa of party favors,
fuliv entitled to it. She has a candidate
for Supreme Judge; but this is so, because
more than two-thirds cf the leading Demo
crats that were delegated with power to
choose such a candidate, declared that she
presented the ablest and the best man that
was offered for the position. Charge these
birds to Cairo Democrats when they are in
hand, and even then eTcry town ot this dis
trict, containing over one thousand voters,
can be as justly charged with official avar
iciousness as can Cairo. We are willing
to own up to all that we have received from
the party; but to charge Republican muni
licence to our account, and to charge, as
casli in hand that which is nothing more
than promissory paper, ranging from good
to doubtful, is "piling it on a little too
thick," and that 5s our excuse for this "gen
TIIE WAY NOT TO WIN A VICTORY.
We havehad occasion toadmire the candor
nnd uniform fairness of the Egyptian Press,
and have held it as one of the few news
papers with which we exchange, that is en
tirely conscientious, whether dealing with
politics, morals or religion. We are, there
fore, surprised, even astonished, to see it
assume that the defeat of Messrs. Grvjj
and Washburn was effected in the Cairo
convention, y trickery and collusion. We
were in attendance on the convention,
mingled among the delegates, and certainly
had fair opportunities for information.
During the whole day we saw nothing but
an open-landed, straight-forward manly
courso ot conduct upon the part of the
delegates; nor did we at any time hear any
purpose avowed or any arrangement per
fected or hinted at that ini"ht not have
been avowed and perfected in open con
vention, without exciting opposition or
suspicion of imlair dealing from any :uc.
In other words, every movement bore the
impress of uprightness and fair dealing.
There was a conspicuous absence of the "cut
and dried" aspect so common in delegate
conventions, and if the convention had any
other aim than a desire to subserve the in
terests ami wishes of the greater number,
we confess- that at no stage of the proceed
ings did we detect it.
We must, therefore, regard the assump
tion of the Press that anybody in the con
vention "worked the wires" to defeat
Gregg and WaMiburn that Baker might be
..... i n , ,
eietiuu, us hoi iv uiiiulllHlctl, unci as
without the semblance of either reason or
probability. It Mr. Lansden cannot beat
Judge Baker, no man in the circuit cun do
so. He is the ablest man on the ticket,
and confessedly the ablest that was before
the convention. Although a Democrat, he
is not obnoxious to Republicans; and we
feel abundantly assured that Mr. Baker
would feel himself at least 500 votes the
stronger, could he displace Mr. Laosden,
who is workintr mischief in Mm
household of his friends, by either Mr.
Gregg or Mr. Washburn. With all this
end of the Cncuit left to Mr. Baker ulone,
the recognized need of a Judge here, would
have rendered him 500 vtites stronger than
his ticket. The candidacy of Mr. Lansden
Iocs what the candidacy of neither of tho
two other gentlemen named could have
dont-it robs Mr. Baker of that advantage.
Until the convention concluded its labors
and. put Mr. Lansden in the field, wo
individually, regardod Mr. Baker's election
as a foregone conclusion, and were candid
enough to say so. We knew that the five
river counties were determined to have u
Clituit Judgo easy of access, and would
f r thi.t rcaion, make Judge Baker many
hundred votes stronger than his ticket. Wi
rtATLY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNTNft.
believe, as we have already stated, that Mr.
Lausden's candidacy robs Mr. Baker of that
advantage, and wo believe, as wo have not
stated, that Mr. Lansden will not be the
hmdmost man on the ticket, if ho not
The "boiiiu-siieus uio rresa turows,
should have come from tho other
side of tho house. The Dcmccratic ma
jority in the Circuit is very small, and any
division, will bring us defeat. It behooves
us all, therefore, who have gores, to hide
them from those who rejoice and take cour
age at our exposure of them. It we ex
pect to conquer, we can't realize our expec
tations by lighting one another. We must
unite and put ourselves on "tho double
quick." If we go down in that shape,
there will lie glory even m defeat. If we
fall to cutting each other's throats a past
time entirely too common among our latter
day Democrats and fall through the oper
ation of our own oissedness, there will be
none to pity, but multitudes to damn us.
Traveling is Extra-Hazardous. If
the tourist is unprovided with' some medic
inal resource. Changes of temperature,
food and water of an unaccustomed or un
wholesome quality, and a route that lies in
the tropics or other regions where malaria
exists, are eacli and all lratight with danger
to one who has been improvident
igh to neglect a remedial safe
guard. Tho concurrent testimony of
many voyageurs by land and sea es
tablishes the fact that Hostettcr's Stomach
Bitters enables those who use it to en
counter hazards of the nature reterred to
with impunity; and that, as a medicine
adapted to sudden and unexpected exigen
cies, it is peculiarly valuable. Disorders
of the liver, the bowels and the stomach,
fever and ague, rheumatism and nervous
ailments, brought on bv exposure, are
among the maladies to which emigrant
travellers and new settlers are most subject
These and others yield to the action of the
Bitter's promptly and completely.
All Claimed for It. S. Haviland
Salix. Iowa, savs of the Perfected Butter
Color of Wells, Richardson & Co., Burl
ington, Yt. "I lind it to be all that is
claimed. It increased the selling price of
my butter from 21 to S. cents."
You Must Cure that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the lac t that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
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 ell'ord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a buttle
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. .V)cts.
and $1.00 per bottlo. If your Lungs arc
sore or chestor back lame 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 use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suifi r
when you can be cured on sueh terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and " cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertumc "Hackmetaek"
is rich ami fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
A Pleasant Experience. After years
of depressions and misery, W. H. Went-
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.
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free or uiAiiiiE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in S'jn'.li
America. Semi n self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inmas, Station D. New
The brilliant sheen ot the.praeock's tail
is not more attractive than the brilliancy
of the Dyes of Leamon's, prepared by
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
They are used in almost every economical
family for renewing failed garments. No
dyes give greater satisfaction.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
Jl)M 1 S I STRATOH'K n otic b.
r.TATB Of JAJIt: CUINAN, IlKCrUHil),
The utider.li;ned, liiivliifj been appointed Admin
Ulrator of the c.tiit.) of .liimeii Chimin, line ,, il0
county of Alexander, and tntc of llllunl.. ile. i M.,
hereby ulvi'n nolice that he will appear U-u,tf Uki
comity court of Alexander county, at the enurt
hou.e lu Cairo, ut ihu June term, on tin- tiirtl
Monday In Junu next, at which time all iimmmih
huvlnir claim npiltnl .aid e.latii am nollili d a,d
leiiie.led to attend for the purpo.e, of niuiim thi.
-amu iidjii.led, All person. Indebted to mid ,1
late are reque.teil to make. l.tlliK (liuto Mm,,,.,,,
to the iinder.letied. 1
Duted lhl Tweutv-ltnii (lav ol April. A. D .to,
CHARLES (). Pa TIKI!, AdtamlMr,,,,;
I'-M I N I ST RATO ICS NOTICE.
ITATR t)K WILLIAM M. ATllf-ltToN. liR.'KAMrn.
Tho tindeialened. havlnc been appointed Admin
Istrator of the e.tatu ol William M. Atliertui,, 1( "f
the county of Alexander and latu of lllPu',!, ....
cea.ed, hereby given notice that h will app..r .'.
lore the county court of Alexander county: at il,
ciiiirt hoii.e In Cairo, at tho Jnlv term, 0II
eeond Monday In July next, nt whlih time ill
per.una havlnc ctalina anlii.t .aid elate nr(. .,,
lied and requeued to attend for the purpn.,. r i,,. ''
m the .ame nd)u.tcl. All pcrmm ludebtcd to
rjUiteare requested to make Immudluui pavn,, i, .
be undersigned. ' -""""o
Dated ttila iUnri day of April, A , 1). ISTti
JACOB R1UOLK, Admiuinralor,
That Boor or that Floor? You can do it with the
The Avcrill Chemical Paint
wuv .twi r.wn or viiALiiur r.uut retains lis FRESHNESS and BRILLI VCY
lor many years, and will last MUCH LONGER than the best Lead
and Oil mixed in the old way.
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PREFACED FOli IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside ami Outside White and
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TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF PA I XT YOU REQUIRE
Add the number of feet in width (front
(both sides'i ; this multiplied by the aw rage height, gives the number ot square leet to
be painted. This divided by 200. as one gall.m of tins paint covers 200 square feet
(two coats i, gives the amount required iu
Front, 20 feet.
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 "
Remarks. There can be no definite rule established as to the exact quantity it will
require; but the above is sufficiently near for all practical purposes. Should the surface
Ik- smooth and hard, less than the above would suffice; if rough and porous more.
BE NOT IMPOSED UPON BY BASE
is a well-known fact that when the Averill
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that
however, that but a few years had elapsed
under the names of 'Enamel," "Rubber,"
our Taint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore wish it distinctly under
stood that we do not enter into competition w ith the many adulterated and worthless
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I'aii.t in iliic fi ctinii of the country, and uil panic.
aiidlii.!i: and they find the color, and mixture,
I..r exposure to heal and cold, uud any one n.ltii; it
u.uotir name for reference. KerpcctfuHr.
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Copal, Coach, Furniture, Damar and all other Varnishes
Liquid and Japan Dryers and OIoss Oil.
Our c!icu;i Wops Oil Varuifh. for the price, hn. no efjuul in the market.
OUU DUYKliS AKE Till: J.J EST,
Lryiiuli '.: uud will mix with all kinds of oil.
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Ai.dhuvcno c'tiul; so conceded by the trade.
Wi : l,ae every facility to manufacture ironde of f.r.t
prompt ca-n uuiy, huu nuu iurj;e experience, in tue imsiuest aim jjivc inc (nine personal attention.
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, NO. 415 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
C. HANNY, Agent, Cairo, Illinois. St 'Loilis' Mv
MAY 10, 1879.
REQUIRING NO OIL, THINNER OH DltYhlL
any desired Shade or Color
to suit, very cheap.
ami rear) to the number of feet in length
'.Multiply Height, 20 "
12 gallons for two coats.
AND FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS. It
Chemical Paint was first put upon the mar
could be found. Its merits were so great,
before worthless imitations began to appear
"Mixed," "Chemical," "Liquid," and "Pre
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT CO.
BROTHERS, General Agents.
Different Cnnr. mi of .trlctiy pure White Lead
non h llnnd-'.ini r and Chi -au.-r mid to la.t TW'b'K
j j'Kfcilie .M at t ntv o th Hutu Kalrn or til
st. ivierihiirs !' . Jim. lmh. K7.
- Vi. nv n.!d Ur-,. nnnniiti.-. ul mnr Knnmr
havioL u.xl tin- Mine mx-uIc hlehlv oflti. dtirubilltv
jiift u vou pyrin nt. Thereon he no liettcr paint
onto will .'.in ly !u su a:'aln You hnvo pri1i'c to
c 1IALFANT At.li.M F.
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l'.s Prince Mreet, New Yor
i lnm quality at the lowe.t price, n. wo buy for
AWARDED A FIRST
Jp TARIS EXPOSITION,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route to
St. Louin and Chicago
rr"K, nly road ruiinlim two dally truln. from Cain)
X niakliiK direct conin etloa with Eastern liua .
. i.r.Avr. i aiiio.
UlUp. m.i Ja.texprea,rrhluitln 8t. LouU 7:W1
m.; Chlcii!oil:5u. m.
1 :10 1). 111. CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
Arriving In Cincinnati at 1:m u. m.; Loal.vllle,
lima, oi Itiiliuii.iiiiiltM i..i. ... ii u i.u
thla train urrlvoat ubovo point.
13 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
(if nnv nthor nnl.i
7 . 1(1 p. m. Fast Mull, tftth .leepera attacked, for
f . i''t.T. 1.(11 IS Hinl ( llli'ti. i i
Lou la at tl:Ni . nt.: Chicago at 10:4.1 a. to., connect
Inii nt (MO, nr K ft! ii "t , ii 1 1 1 fur rlnrh,,,.it, l n ..
FA" 1 i mr. LAM .
X AOOIjUliltn to the Ea.i without any
delay canned by Sunduy interveiilnu, 'j-K! stur
day afleiiioon train from Cairo arrive n lu Ni-w York
lloriiltiv mnrtiltn. ii! til !'.. 1'lilrtv.klv i,..ni. I.. ...e
Vance of my other route.
UAtivi-rtl.cmeut. or competint iinca t!ut they
make better time than thin one ar l.tud either
through ignorance or a desire to mi.iead the public.
Kor through ticket, and Itiformatlou apply ut Ull
noln Ceutrul Ruilruad depot. C uiro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO:
(:Ix,,r,", :! p.m.
Mail A';, iu
t ,. iiH- 'oHNON.ieuf riotithMn'Aa't. '
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. II.
II.AV. SMITIIKItH, lloif ivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throtigh Exjire. leaven Cairo 10:'o m.
Through Kxpr... arriven at E. t. Loul.. h:t.ip.!u.
Through Expre-n leaven E. St Louin..., a.m.
Through Exprenn arrive at Cairo i::5p.m.
Murphynhoro accommodation leave Cairo '.' !:,p.m,
Mu'phy.horo Acc. arrive, at .Miirpliv.lmro v". p.m.
.Murjiby.boro Acc. Waw .Murpby.boro .. ,i.m.
Marphy.boro Acc. arrive at Cairo IS f, p.m.
1 Tho Cairo Jt St. I.oiil Hill Iload Ik Hie cnlv all
Rail Rotilc between Cairo and St. Loiii. urn!, f one
mauagenn nt, theri-lorc lher are no i.a. at
way Hiitinn. awaiting couiirctloun from otiie- lii.e.
Clone and nure connei tlm- at St. Loui wlt'a other
linen for North, Eart and Went.
J. A. NAL'til.E. L. M. JOIINSi.N.
Agent. (teneral M il... r.
fc VINCENNES li. R.
i1 ArTr.F THE SHORTEST RofTS
17 f IT Vi TIIB KHultTEST To Lot'IS.
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TIMORE AND WASHINUTON.
I Af T T V5J THE SHORTEST TO INHIAN
ii t .Ullifir) AI'lLIr,I'HlLAlJELl'lIlA.yiEV
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralna of all other route. n,ak:ng the u:lq
I'an.erger. by other route to make cnr.Ler
lloun mu.l ride all night, waiting from one to nx
hour at .mall country ntation. fur Hull, o.' con
Ii t-'l 1.U I) Ty K m lr!jill .ar)iUv. Kial...
Tille. Ir.dianapulin. Clticinnali and I.oulm.le ,,uiQ
day. Train, have and arrive at Cairo a. fulli
Vail leave. 4 ; s m.
Jlail arrive !:Jo ;i.i:i.
Through ticket and chetk to all liii:e)r:aLt
V. A. MILLER KOSWELL MILLER.
Gen l l'a. Agent. tnneml s,:j't.
L. H. c lU'fte 11. ra.engcr Aptut.
"CATARII, THE CAUSE AND CURE."
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t , t'hiiagn I r 1'ratt In the author of tl,.-. i.:;j,r
Treatment for ( atarrh. and In thl new ire.ve in
revealed the nerret of bin nuccen. In the trea'nter.t
of a dleae. to whieh he In. given the nti.iiv i f a
lifetime. I'rlce of r:imphl.:;'j ct. t.-nd fr it
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Economy in Fuel, Dura
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Completeness of design, uud
Perfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Management, and
Ociici'iil Working1 Qualities.
THE REST AND MOST RELIABLE
fiTOVES and 0
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested I
BVERY STOVE RELIARLE, ,
AND PROVEH A SUCCESS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For Balo Everywhere by Flrnt Clam Dealer.