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OB SITUEME JUDGE FIRST DIsTRICX
1 hereby iMa myflf a tandi Ute before ie
people, at ibe euuinj Jatie c'.w.ioa. In the Fin
Jndicial Liftricu lor the otce of Jn-'-ce " f the
prt-me conrt. JUUN U. MVLKEY.
IOS JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
1 FIRST CI EC I' IT.
W are a'lthori.rd to antoawe D.tirL M.
Rhowxtmo. of Frar.k:!r. comer, a a ca-i.di; fir
Circai! Jsdgc. ia tic Fi.-rt Cin-alt.
We are :i:ho--'.z't oarnosr.ee Jobs V. Es;,es
a candidate furtirtn'.t Jtide to the First a
Darin J. Baxib r a ciadidv.e for Cirtvlt
Jadpe in the Fim JadieHl Clrcait, at tie e.tetiot.
to be held on tt id daj Jaie, U7i).
We are aatborized to aiiLoaoie that O a. lUa
kke. of Jobaon eonnrr. it a candidate bf re :r.e
people fortheoftce of Circuit Jadfe, in th.a d
trict.and aahjwt only to tneir decision at the bil
lot box, on '.be 2nd day af JLt next.
Weareanthoriiidto anDonnce that R. W. Mc
CiKTaitr. i a candidate bt-fore th peiple fur tie
otTrc of Circuit J iide for the Firft Jad.cUt c r
'cnit. Election Jane 2nd.
iu:gular democratic ticket.
(Judicial election. Jane S K'i)
For Supreme Judpe, FlrH Dietrict.
JOHN II. MULKEY. ofAltxander county.
For Judge", First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN' M. LANSDEN. Alexander county.
MONKOE C. CRAWFORD, Union county.
DANIEL M. BnoWNiNfJ, Franklin connty.
Two hundred and tnirty men, each one
of them the peer of the President in intel
lect aud patriotism, have declared that the
urmy shall be fed and paid; but that no
part of it shall stand with gleaming bayo
nets around our voting places. The Presi
dent the one man, declares that the army
shall not bo fed a mouthful nor paid a dollar
nnlcss ho, the one roan, remains cothed
with the right to surround the polls with
eoldiers! The Issue thus made, tho Repub
lican fanatics of the land applaud the one
man as a patriot who has the good of Ids
country at heart; and then denounce the
two hundred and thirty equally good and
intelligent men as "revolutionists," who
arc striving to "starve the army" and bring
on chaos and general disorder. That's th
ikhuc, and that's the way Republican lead
ere estimate it. The hope of the coimry
lies in the fact that the mass of the people,
the groat majority, have a little common
nensc leit, a iiuie patriotism, are nut, as
the average Republican leader seems to
regard them hopeless duniphools.
Turee men were hanged fur burglary,
in Raleigh, N. C , on Friday last, on the
same gallows. Tho ropes around the necks
of Davis, a white man, and Carlton, a ne
gro, were to long that when tho drop tell
the men's feet struck the ground. While
an officer held the bodies up another officer
tied nn extra knot in the rope, aud then
letting the meu swing tho poor wretches
died of utruugulutinn, u procCMi that hor
rifled tho neater portion of the eight
Oioututnd lookers-on for an interval of over
half An hour. In the name of Heaven
when will these clumsy execution!
these revolting scene! f.f prolonged torture-have
an end? Our manner of execu
ting the death penalty is a disgrace to the
age in whieh wo live, and calculating, as
we must, upon the ' frequent repetition of
theclumfy woik and horrible torturo of
Friday 1at. wo ahould at once inaugurate
s :rnady Hgnir.ht the gallows, and never
wnry in the fight until tho infernal relic
of a Imrbnroui ago and people give! pHce
to tho inoro uiercitul garrote or guillotine
or, lcttrr yet, to rtery cutting, or the
Qt'KiiY. Why will men siiioko common
tobacco when they cti buy Marburg Bro'i
"Scl of North Carolina" at the tame price!
A LAGGARD IN LOVE.
Written for the New York Clipper.
Richard Arnold had lon loved Belle
IIcndersjD, but alas! could not summon
the requisite nmouut of courage to declare
hiraBelr. n hen he was absent Irom nor tne
matter seemed ty enough ; hut when in
Iter presence she seemed, so far above him
in her pure womanhood that the words
wluch trembled on liis lips seemed too pre
sumptuous to bo spoken. "Coward !" the
reader will sneer. But I would advise him
not to give utterance to the word in tho
presence of any of his old comrades of the
Thirty-third, or you rnlylit be forced to
take a recumbent position before you were
ltor the change. 1 he arch
ives of the War Department bear witness
to h s uersona courage in many naru ioul'ui
little of Uebellion. and his dotimz mother
fondly shows the medal (the possession of
which he is too moiiesi ever to mention;
, , ,. . . , . ,,f
prescntea uy congress tor a uarmg un vi
braverv at the bombardment ot tort (j .
Yet with all this physical courage, added
to graces of person aud mind which made
him welcome wherever lie went, he dared
cot offer himself and his fortune which
was ample to the one girl in the world to
him. Many a time he had endeavored to
screw his "courage to the sticking point"
and ask the momentous question; but these
attempts always ended in a "fizzle." My
storv hangs upon one of these instances.
When he invited Belle to ride horseback
with him. one beautiful June evening, it
was with the fixed determination to make
an opportunity durinir their ride, and have
the thing settled. They cantered briskly
over the rourh pavements ot the city, ana
having reached the smooth county-road,
Richard or Rich., as ho was familiarly
called led the way to "Lover's Lane," a
beautiful, broad path, through a small, un
frequented piece of woods. Their horses
felt into a walk over the turfy ground, and
Jack Richard's terrier, who had followed
them, took a breathing spell after his hard
Overhead the branches of the maples and
elms forme-i a leafy arch, through which
could be seen the darkening
but still glowing sky; V3gue
delicious tont odors were waited
to and fro by the gentle breeze: and the
solemn uiet that sleeps in such places hung
over all. Both felt the witchery of the
hour, and rode on in silence. Belle's eyes
were fixed on the brilliant we-;tern sky d:s
cersable at the end of the lane Rich,
tume-il to look at her. How beautiful she
was . ::r.r.' on ter Larie wiui m i-as-j ot
n acc':u;'.:s:.ed rider, her noble finre
twiving with the aiiaiil's covetnen. her
!dir Viicf peciv4 with the thoughts cil'.c-d
fcto lxicg by :h sceaa aroia i Ltr.
-She look i! -vt;t st mtjii
Ti ::a t"i iiatry tzi-1'.'.yt.
A eta tfci i'.vt& ali o:i.-tM
As i a'.i h: orMly m jr.i for :-.;.
.ti I a: i; '. '.t b'ir. :t ott tin
Upoa tr prfr. ;:p.
The aapiciou$ ra.mtn: Lid ccn:e L j
would seize it.
"B lie,"1 he f aid, i-tr.::y isyicg his hs::d
on h-.r bridle-rein, and the hor- svpfil
oa the brow of a little hill, from L:ch
could hi sevn the via kinking in g'.ovitz
splendor, she ti;rnrd toirirds h:7n, acl
raLv;d ii:r clear. brwn eyes to hi face.
"Belle, there is f .rxi'.-thirig I have w-r.t-cd
to aide you fvr a lots time. Will yeu
give me a true answer i"'
"Certainly, Rich. What i? itP
"It is a matter of great mome-ct, and af
fects my pritf.-nt ami future happiness.1
The color on R.'lle's ch'k deenended at
his wopIh ::nd vw, but sbe waiteU to dear
more. Rich Je.'t his courage failing. Would
he be able to finish? lit look'd away for
a moment there sat Jack on the cd'-v oi
the hill, hii Jong e-ars upright.
lit you Hunk you -do you think you
would have had Jack's ears clipp.d when
he was smail?
The blood in Belle's v;'m seemed to r'h
in a strong tide to hT heart, and for a mo
tnent she could not sp-.-ak. Then, rallying,
sue answeren :
"A. momentous question, truly, and I fear
I am not competent to answf-r But I am
fond of him as he is. Conn': here, Jack
see if you can keep up with us.''
And, turning her horse's head, she rode
awny, followed by Rich., cursing himx-lf in
wardly for his senseless Ktupidity. Senti
ment had been rudely driven away; but
Bdle, thoroughly understanding her com
pmion, and having perfect trust in liim.ex-e-ted
herself to be chatty, and their way
homo was enlivened by pleasant talk; and
ere they parted he had made up his mind
to try again, and had obtained her promise
to meet him in the garden the next evening
Saying "Hood-night" at the door, he
sprang to Ids horM) and cantered away.
Belle ascended to her Mom, took oir her
habit, nud, putting on a coo!, white wrap
per, sat down by the open window to Think.
Mie.knew Unit Rich, loved her, and for one
instant the wild wiMi that she had helped
forward hie attempted avowal came into
her mind. But gentle thoughts followed,
andshew:is lost in happy reverie, when
her aunt, on whom she wuh dependent,
came into the room. Taking a seat near
her, the latter asked :
"Did you enjoy your ride?''
"Oh, yes, aunty; the evening was lovely."
"I am glad you had a nice time. But it
is not of that I wish to talk. I want to ask
you one or two serious question."
"Oh, dear," sighed Belle to herself. "1
should think I had had enough of Vrious
questions1 for one evening." Aloud she
said: "Well, aunt?"
"First, are you engaged to Richard f"
"No, indeed; but"
ll. II. I I I I I la
ieue uiusneii as sue answered her in a
low tone ;
"But I feel suro he loves me."
"Nonsenee. child!" cried her aunt. "It
doesn't take a man five or six years to tell
his love, and that, I believe, is tho time he
has been like your shadow. There is no
reasou why he should wait he has a tine
income, and a beautiful home to tako you
to. It is tinio you were married. Ynu are
twenty-five years of age, and only yesterday
i nearn tltr.it little chit of a .Mav Kussell ca
you quite an old maid."
"I am piirfoctly willing," laughed Belle.
"I am not. There never lms been an old
maid in our family. I married at twenty,
iind your dear mother was scarcely older. 1
Mum bo deeply mortified If you, whom I
irgaru as my own child, are to be the
I "You are very good ; but what enrt I do.
U Is hardly the thing for me to auk u mail
tn marry me."
"There Is no need of such nroei'mlimra.
!(nd you ought to know mo letter than to
mTTT CAIRO BULLETIN:
bint at such o thing," said her aunt indig-
"Forgive mc-it was only my fun. What
other plan havo you?" - v
"Major Greene has been hero this even
ing to ask my sanction to his suit." 1
"Oh. Aunt Lou! I can't enduro the
"Belle. I am astonished. Ho has been
ever) tlung that is kind, and shown him
self very devoted,"
"Yes, quite too uevotcu, ' saui uone im
patiently. "I have snubbed him every
way, hut lie seems incapable of taking a
Well, he will couio lor his answer,
which he will tako only from your lips, to
morrow evening; and I entreat you to
think favorably of his proposal, lor you
know I can not leavo you much money as
the property your uncle left mo goes to his
family at my ueatn.
"Dear aunt, don't speak of dying!" im
plored tho affectionate girl, as she knelt hy
the side of her relative, and nestled close to
the breast which had sheltered her orphan
"I must speak of it, dear chile' ; for ynu
know I am not in my usual health this
summer, and the fear that I may suddenly
die, and leave you unprotected, haunts me
continually. Promise me that you will
think well of what I have been saving."
"I will try," sighed Belle.
The next evening a young couple might
have been seen slow ly pacing the broad
paths of Aunt Lou's spacious garden. A
fair sight to look upon, these two. He in
tho full flush of young manhood, with his
noble head slightly bent towards tho fair
companion who walked by his si te, the
folds of her lilac muslin dress gently brush
ing the rose-hushes as she passed, causing
the flowers to stir, as it bowing in acknowl
edgement of her beauty. Ever and anon
they stopped to admire the tints which
slept in the hearts of the tea-roses, or to in
hale the fragrance of the tall day-lilies,
just finishing their brief span ot life.
Richard (tor the loiterers m the garden
were our friends Rich, and Belle), while
heartily enjoying the bright and sparkling
talk of his companion, was considering
how best to broacli the subject of his love,
for he meant
-To put it to the ti ft,
Aud win or loe it a'.!."
ere the evening was spent.
On reaching a rustic Summer-house,
they entered, and had just seated them
selves, when a servant appeared:
"Here is a carl for you. Miss Ik-lle, and
your aunt say you are- f come at once."
Belle was quite prepare 1 to see the name
of Major Greir.? upon th? card; but the
dread of an interview with Lira showed
iti?'.f k p'.iisly ia Ler fice ti.it Rich, e-x-cLiiLrd
-Who is it. lie"? What is the natter f"
-It is Miior Gr-se. aa-l I doa't wi-t to
-Why d yoc, then:"
-B-.cau-t I mas:." filtered Belle.
-I it an-.:Lir' parses!.: r T:.ea. hi
tiirj icions suddenly area! by Let blushes
and eilstms i "Ir.i !.e wie a t suitor?
Tell ne, I ir.siit 7
"Ye-, an Auit L;i is sisie-5 fer ne
to accept tin.."
But do y:n 1 vre- ' No: I have no
right t isk," with lowering br .
I iaotgxi4iJ Beile, turr:l d--pairing!'
to the dcT.
Rich, arreste-d he: on the- ti.itsho'.d. He
ktew it wui cow or Lever -i:hh;m.
The demon got j ssi'.n ofhiiu iain.
All he- could utter were the wvrds :
"You'll come back agiiii!" beseech
"I thi&k not." si.id y-A Belie. go:cg
slowly along the jwth.
Rich, watched her for a mower..': then,
with one or two strides, reached her
CaYtyou s'-.vl him off w ith a flea in hi
ear: ''''ts mn niii'T s:a:..",' r'-:t.:irx .
Whi.t can I say :''
Te!l him ah'riii tell hiii. you are en-
gaged to me."
But I am not. J tie- r:tU bioo'l in.'.:i-
tling her cheek.
But you can b", and, having said so
much, boldness auddeiJy took poi-yreioi: of
him. "I wi-h you would be. You muit
have seen my love for you.'' Uuchided, Ids
arm stole gently round Belle's waist, and,
hawing her to turn, lie raided her head and
gazed into her eye's clear depths, "s.iy
you love i.ie, dearest, lie p!ei;ii.
Her eyes must have told him what he
wished for. Und'-r cover of the gathering
twilight he bent his head .; took his an
swer from her lips. Taking a tine diamond
from his hand, he slipped it upon her finger,
pressed a kiss upon it, and said:
"Now you are siL'ie-d and sealed, and
can t'dl the Major that you um my prop
erty." Happy, Belle sought the Major in the
parlor; he was not there. She asked the
servant to w hat room he had been shown,
and was told 'to the little reception-room.1
This was also deserted; but a newspaper
and a chair drawn near the open window
showed signs of very recent' occupancy.
Whether or not he had seen the little love
passage above described (fur the window
overlooked the gar lent, ami felt himself
fully answered, is a matter of conjecture.
But the next day Aunt Lou received a note
from him, withdraw ing all pretensions to
her ncicc's hand. She, however, was well
pleased with Belle's choice, and Rich, says
lie hopes the Major will succeed in netting
a good wife, for he has to thank him for.
frightening linn into a proposal.
The pkatii iiatk ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without ny rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most lusignigcant origin. At thin
season of tire year especially, u cold j such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too lute, tlmt
Fever and Lung trouble lias already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in thi way
every winter, while hud Bodice's (iernian
Syrup been taken n cure would have result
ed, ami a huge billot a doctor been avoided.
For nil diseases of the throd und lungs.
BohiIicc'h German Syrup hat proven itseli
to ho tho greatest discovery ufit,s kind in
medicine. F.very druggist !n thu country
will tell you of ita wonderful tlTwt. Over
l)50,00) bottle! sold last yatr without a
singlo failure known.
Cirtw Jaekton'i best fcveet Nmy To
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Monday morning at 1U;. TUIrty-rU hour, i- td
Tano of any other route.
KrAdvertlfcmentu of competing line that thcr
niae bi-tter time than this cue ar i.-ued lih, r
through ignorance t,r a deMre to ml, lead the biil.l'c
r or through ticket, Blll Information apply ut li'ii'
aoi. Central Hallroad de.ot. C airo. 1 '
Frr, TR-VIXS AUIilYE AT C.UUO:
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. It.
II. AV. 8MITIIEIIS, H t,ivt.r.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE UETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tirno Ht hedulo;
Throe gh Kxpre.a leave, Cairo io iY! a 3i
Through Expr. arrive, at E. St. Loui.. ::p m'
1 hrotigti K;.pre,i leavea E. t. Louia.... HDi;i.iui
1 drouth ti.re,, arrive, at Cairo .vn p l.
JIurpli)lioro accommodation li avi-.i airu i llr. 'U
u'phyl)ioAcc. arrive, at MurphyftM.ro V) a ni'
Jlnrpliy.lmro Acc. leave, .Murphy.ut.ro. .. S:3cii js
-Murphytlioru Acc. arrive at Cuiro U p.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Lonia Kail Road la the oniv ail
l.ailliome hetwecti Cairo and lt. Loula limit f on
management, tlnrelore there are no ,!r:v. a.
way ftatii.u amaiting ronnrctlnb. from othrr iif
J'l..e and fire coi:uett:..n at fcl. Loui. v.i;h tth-r
r.ue, for North. EaM and Vtt.
J. A. NAt'CLE. L. .M. JOHXsti:;
Agent. (ieticral MaCig-r.
CAIRO efc VINCENNES R. Ii.
I'll AriIFT1IE "RTET KOVTE TO
H .UILr.0 V1M.E. CINtl.NXATI, IiAL
TIMOKE AND WAeUlNOTON
SI Mil F" T,,E fHOFtTE.-T TO INDIAN.
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trait of aU other routed maiiLg the ismt
connection,. VIT Pafengir hy oth'-r route, to make tttzt-t-lluii,
nmrt ride all nignt. vtaltli.g from ote .;x
hour, at mall coun:ry etaliom lor tiaini ol con
REM KM R FRTI,E FACT ,niS
. a m. train, re., timg t , m,.-
Tiilc. Indiar.apoli. Cincinnati and Lonimille nme
dey. TralLi. have and arrhe at Cairo a. foil imp :
M.'l ft-av.-, 4-4sra.
arrive r. m.
Through ticket, and check, to ail Impttta-t
F. A. MII.I.EK KOSWEI.L MILLER.
den I I'a.o. Agent. Ocm rsl hut. ..
L. B. C llVIieli. JVer.ger Agent.
CATAIMI, THE CAUSE AND CLIlll.
A Pamphlet hy In Ci.:ox I'lurr, of .t.'l !;..
t . Cliii.igo Iir I'ratt ! the author ol t'ie (..
Tr. Him. i.t for ( ainrrh. and in tin. new tre.ir,.-
.-n-i.'I the n rret of ln cirti'.. In the tn it:ii i. t
of a il!" (i.e. to n hii Ii he lm. gl,en fie ,ti,ny i f a
lifetime. I'm : of l'aiulilet , 1 1 hend f. r ;t
.MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
Ot2 Lnkc .St., 93 Seneca feu.
IX POINT OK
Economy in Fuel, Dura-
liilit and Convenience.
Comiilcfciicss of dec ijrn. and
Perfoctnps of Constrnction.
Simplicity of Manacinciit, and
Ooneral Workiiiff Qualities.
THE REST AND MOST EELIABLE
TO YES axi 0
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
ACKNOWLEDGED FAVORITES. ' ' '
EVEItY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND TROVES A SUCCESS,
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
Tot 8U Kvtrwuwt by f tat CImi Dealtny