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THE pTTVAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 25, 1879,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
itibT tiaim (Jibt mccttidi. .?
Oflc: Bulletin BulWlug, Wutalnston Avenue
ami Thk Bvli.ktin haa the candor to sny
so. But the Republican wire pullers would
listen to no suggestion that looked to a
compromise. They thought they saw a
chance to "bteal a march" on the unsuspec
ting Democracy, and elect, cot one candi
date, but three. A persistency in this pur
pose, a stubborn refusal to accept or offer
any tuna of compromise, compelled united
action on the part of the Democrats. Tlio
whole aspect of tho contest was thus sub
jected to a radical change. Judge Baker
was taken by his party from his indepen
dent position, and hustled along through
allthewuousitiesof committee caf discs,
to appear as one of the three specially desig
nated Republican candidates. There Thk
Bcli.etin took a tearful good-bye of the
judge, and nailed at its mast head the
names of our next ciiuit judges, to whom
it has given uu honest, if not effective sup
port. The bill prepared by Seuator McDon
ald, of Indiana, will force the Republican
clement in Congress and the man in the
White House, to confess that it is their de
termination to place bayonets at the polls
for the sole and only purpose of intimidat
ing voters and controlling elections in the
interest of the Republican party. The Sen
ior's bill will authorise the President to
employ tho army and navy to enforce the
election laws whenever their execution are
obstructed by combinations too powerful
to be suppressed by the civil authontes;
but denies to the President the right to use
the military except in cases authorized by
tho rnnstitution and lavs. There is not,
we dare say, an honest, intelligent man in
the United States, who puts his personal
libertv above party success, who will not
cordially endorse the McDonald bill. Yet
1 Un T?,n-kii1l?n minnntv in ConsrreiS will
ipOR fclTllEME Jl'DGE-FIUST DISTRICT. - , mfa tool in tllfl
I hereby announce mm-U ."Hulfl& ?rV . wt.i... 11,,,, will veto it. Thev will do
roule. at tho muIc June election. n
this because it is the settled policy in uiu
Republican party to use the army "
police force, a purpose for which its use was
never contemplated by the men who made
the constitution or by any administration
until the dawn of the Grant era. The Re
publicans in the Senate and House, and the
man in the White House, will oppose any
measure intended to restrict the employ
ment of troops. As the law stands, every
citizen is compelled to aid a United State:
marshal when summoned to assist him in
making arrests or enforcing any process
This ought to be a sufficient police force
But the administration and its supporters
will insist on placing and keeping the army
at the disposal of civil officers, ns a part of
their programme for making the bayonet
the most prominent feature of civil admin
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FULPAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
largest Circulation ol any Daily in
only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
E. A. Burnett, Publisher.
M.B. Harrell. Editor.
Judicial District, for ihe office of ' ,ln.l -of ; 8u-
premcconrt. -' " -.-"-
March -Xh K9.
IXtn JUDGE OF THE CI1KTJT COURT
t "" first CIKCV1T.
We arc authorized to announce Dakisl M.
BwiwsiNG.of Franklin county, ae a cand.clatc for
CircuilJudi;e,lulUt Fit Circuit.
Wc are authorised to announce J ohxM. I-as
. rnilinte for Circuit JuCje in the llrut Ju
n..n.T n.irrn will he n eandidiite for Circuit
Judte in the First Judicial Circuit, at the ejection
to Uf neiu on iur u uu vunu. iu
We are authorized to announce that 0. A. Hab
Ktn. of Johuou county, la a canfl date before the
people for the office of Circuit Jude. in tms (li?
trin, and subject only to their decision at the ba:
lot box, on the 2nd day of June next.
n a va in Rtninnnre thnt R. Mc
Cartskt, In a candidate before flic people for the
office of Circuit Judce for the First Judicial cir-
cnit. Election June ind
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election, June 3 1S7H)
. .JFor Supreme J udpe, Fitt District .
For Judscs, First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LAN'SDEN. Alexander county.
-MONIIOB C. CRAWFUKD, Union county.
DANIEL .M. BKOWXINfi. Fraukiin county.
TnE judge who is nominated and elected
by a party, is under obbligations to that
party and not to the individual memhersol it.
The independent candidate who is elected
through the efforts of friends is placed un
der a wcigh of of obligation to th ee in
dividual friends, that will, though he be
strictly honest, influence his official dealings
Hon. James C. Aixen unable to secure
the nomination of the Democratic judicial
convention, he kilted the nominee, organ
ized a squad of personal friends and comes
out for judge as "the people's candidate."
This coureo of conduct, after pledging him
self to abide by the decision of the conven
tion, has excited the hostility of the Demo
crats, and the Republicans having a candi
date, it is altogether likely that Mr. Al
len will be permanently shelved by a large
majority. For a big man he ha9 shown
himself capable of any amount of littleness.
The chances lwing that the Republican
party will not secure control of our Legis
lature again for several years to come, the
.majority in the present General Assembly
seem determined to make tho most of their
present opportunities. Even the Chicago
Tribune is disgusted. Said a prominent
..Republican Uieintiei v nu at.l. f that
paper: "We'll sit as long ns we d
fill-arc; and we don't care a d n for the
newspapers or the people either." This
expression evidently indicates the senti
mcnt of the majority ; and we are much
Civen to the opinion that if they stand tor
election again, they'll find that the people
for whom such contempt is exjiresa d, w ill
uliow that they don't care a half of a d n
The men who laugh at the supposed dis
comfiturc of tho Democratic party by the
repcat'-'d vetoes promulgated by the man in
the White House, simply laugh at the fail
ure of an attempt to strike a manacle from
their limbs that will, one of these days,
chafe them to the quick. The truth is that
the issues raised by these vetoes, and upon
which the Republican managers have elec
ted to go to the country, would not be
changed in any particular if submitted for
revision to the shrewdest politicians in the
Democratic party. The people will be
asked to decide whether the democratic re
public which the fathers founded, shall
continue, or a centralized despotism be
erected on its ruins. That is he sum of all
the issues, and it stands out in such bold
reliet that it cannot be diiguis;d. If cys
teniatized and statutory packing of juries is
to r.nnul the right of trial by jury, if the
civil power is to be pernnnently relegated
to a position subordinate to the military
arm of the Government, if the Department
of Justice and the vaults ot the Treatury are
to be placed at the disposal of campaign
committees, to furnish men and means to
control elections if all or any ot these
abominations are to be engrafted, as perma
nent features, on our system of government,
the work of the fathers will be destroyed,
and the most odious of all despotisms will
take the place of constitutional government.
In arranging these issues the Republican
managers show their estimate of the intelli
n I gence and patriotism of the voting masses
,.,....,,liYial officers, and the im-
m nse interest committed to the r keeping
Bhould cause the people to weigh well the
chancier and qualifications of aspirants for
these exalted positions. With a pure and
able judiciary, the body politic can survive
almost any misfortuuo in tho executive
and legislative departments of government.
Rut with either au incompetent or corrupt
judiciary, the rights, liberties ana property
of the people will soon be swept away. A
wise and incorruptible judiciary is the
bulkwarli of free institutions, and it be
hooves intelligent men to sec that none
but pure and able men are chosen to wear
the judicial ermine.
We urge the people to choose well and
wisely in the coming election. Scrutinize
rigidly tho antecedents and present stand
ing ot all men who offer themselves to the
voters for election as judges of tho courts,
and vote only for men who will conic up
to the standard of ability and honesty.
Less than ten days intervene between this
and the day of tlectioa. In the short time
left let all citizens canvass the claims of the
various candidates und carefully make up
their minds as to who will best fill the
high and responsible positions of judges uf
Judge John II. Mulkey, of this city, it is
conceded will be elected to the supreme
bench, in this district, to succeed the la
mented Sidney Brcesc. A more aide or
worthy successor' could, with difficulty, be
found. Judge Mulkey is a profound jurist.
ana has no superior as a -
of the state. Proverbially honest, his name
has never been smirched with a suspicion
ot wrong. He is an honest, able lawyer.
He is not, nor has he been, a politician.
Although a Democrat all his life, he has
never beeu a candidate for apolitical office,
and the office holding of his life is restrict
ed to his services on the Circuit bench and
as Judgo of the Cairo Court of Common
Picas. . . , . . ,
Hou. M. C. Crawford is a inouci juuge
and a pure and incorruptible man.
He holds the scales of justice
with and impartial hand, maintains
the dignity of his court; and carefully-
guarding against waste and extravagance,
lessens the burdens of the people. To say-
he will not be re-elected is to rehV-t upon
the honesty and intelligence of our people
John M. Lansden, Eq., of Alexander
county, is distinguished by all those quali
ties and characteristics that constitute the
learned and upright judge. Well educated
profoundly learned in the law, possessing
an evenly balanced and well disciplined
mind, and the gift of language that enable:
him to present his reasonings and couclu
sions in a concise and perspicuous manner.no
than he is. for the nosition he seeks. Add to
these considerations the fact that he lives in
that portion of the district where, when not
ou the bench, his presence will be often re
quired in chambers, the people of the cir
cuit will, if true to themselves and de.-irotis
of obtaining for our judiciary the best ac
cessible talent, see to it that John M. Lans
den, like Monroe C. Cruwford, is triumph-,
Daniel M. Browning, ot Franklin county,
is a gentleman who wins upon the confi
dence and respect of the people wherever
he goes. He is a lawyer by profession, but
has served several years as judge of his
County Court. He maintains a hpotks rep-
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l'AIST ANI VAKM1IKS.
Tin: Marion Press charges that, early in
the presnt canvas, Thk Uiai etis wlv. .
taU-d the tleetion tif Judge D.J. Iiukei.
lfthel'reMhud Wn controlled by i s
usual fairness St would linve added that at
that time the Republican Central commit
too hI not forced a political contest; and
that The B uktis, while deprecating
pobti 0 judlc al elections, u-ged, as a com
promise, the ".election of one Republican
adgo, D. J. Bnkt r being that Republican,
und two Deinix-futic judges. Judge Baker't
lection leemed a foregono conclusion,
It would be as reasonuhie to expect the
black men uf the Lnited States to vote
themselves back into slavery, as it is to call
on the white men to vi.tc away their funda
mental rights, and hrand the Republic a
failure. The sophistries which Republican
orators have woven in intricate webs, and
hung around the ujfly facts of the situation,
will be of no avsiil. The gleam of the bay
onet and the mailed hand of tyranny are
not to be tliui hidden. The unerring in
stinct of the people could be trusted if they
were far less intelligent than they are.
THE PENDING JUDICIAL CONTEST.
From among the candidates now in tho
field the people of tho First Judicial Dis
trict and Circuit will, on tho 2nd. day of
June, be called upon to select one Supreme
Judge, to icrvo nine years, air.', three Cir
cuit Judge, to aorve six yeuri.
With much forco and pertinency tbe Chi i
ter Clarion argues, that tbe long term of
utation both as a judgo and a citizen, and
it is with a feeling akin to enthusiasm that
Ins friends present him for the suffrages of
the people. To sec Mr. Browning is to
know that he is every inch a man.
And thus is the Democratic ticket made
mi . .1 i .t
up. mo uetier ucKei oi tue two in me
field, because it contains the names of the
abler nun, and because in it3 make up the
needs of the different portions of ihe cir
cuit were consulted ami observed. Ana
now to the work ot electing it let all voters
who would fill our high places with the tit
ter men. bend their beat energies, from this
time forth until tlie c!ot,o of the polls
Work means victory. Supintness or divis
ion of forces means defeat.
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bladder, when they are inactive, by stimu
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chanal of exit is the organs of
urination. Among these are certain
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ductive of irreparable inj'ity of the system
if not entirely expelled, The kidneys and
bladder themselves are also benefitted by
this stimulous, as their inactivity is usually
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ami l'.tiisli : and they find tho colore urn) mixture jn.l ii you r i-r.-n t-.t . Tl.irecan he no lutti-r (ni-.M
lor eiponire to ln-8t mid rold. and anv oih-iiMiii: it om-e iil mieiy du po n;-oin. Vo-.i lnn- jrlil-i-. to
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T1MOHE AND WAbHl.NliTON.
'Jl MIT VsJ THE SHdHTEsT TO lVI'lAN
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YOKK AND 110SION
SIX IIOUKS SAVED
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