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K SITREXE Jl"i)GE-r 1RST DISTRICT.
I fcmby atLoanre ttw'.I a tan IU'.!.te Vfw tie
rtopie . at '.he rtaiti; lzv.t cl;!ot. in the Fir
cd.cia: DtMnct. oi vh oEce f Jnt'.;e of the Sa
t.rw court. JOHS H MVLKET.
Urc i'-iUi ;fT.
T70R JCTC.E OF THE CIKCVIT CCVT.T-
We sre a!:!hor..-d to aEEnntice PAXirt M
BKovtiaci. of Frankiin coomt. a a caiidutc I t
l ircci! Judge, in lie i :rt Circuit.
We are snthorTr.edta ino incc John M. Lanhiix
a rancidate loT.:rtuit Joce In the r.it i
d ciU Circuit.
Dnr)J. Bakeb wi'.l be a candidate for Circuit
Jnde :l the Kim Judicial Clrtiiu. at the e.tt.uc
to br bva on mesa nay tinne, if. v.
We tre anthorired to announce that 0. A. Har
Kit of Johiion eonnty. ! a candidate before the
people fortheofSce of Circuit Judee. in thi di
Irict. and obtwt only to their deciion at tLe bal
lot box. on the l& day of J tLe next.
.We are authorized to announce that R. W. Mc
Cabtxit. i a candidate before the pi-opie for the
ottce of Circuit Judte fur the Yun Judicial cir
cuit. Election June Jnd.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election. June 3 15T9)
For Supreme Judge. First Diftrict .
JOHN II. MVLKEY. of Alexander county.
For Judie, First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LAXSDEX. Alexander county.
MONROE C. CRAWFORD, Union county.
DANIEL M. BROWNIXG. Tranklin county.
BREAKING ANOTHER MANACLE.
One of the first acts of Congressman
Townshend was to introduce into congress
a Lill to prevent the indiscriminate remov
al of cases from the State courts to tlie courts
of the United States. By these remov
als poor men who cannot follow their cass.
are outraged; the ends of justice are often
defeated, and the- execution of the law de,
layed in all cases and, defeated in many.
Already the dockets of the Federal courts
are 60 encumbered that one half the liti
gants will not live to 6ee a determination
of their cases.
The bill of Mr. Towshend is intended to
restrict the evil in a way that w ill not im
pair the rights of any citizen or jeopardize
uny interest of the government. It simply
provides against the sweeping removal of
tivil causes ly either party, upon a mere af
davit a mere quibble.
The bill is plainly in the interest of jus
tice, takes from designing men and corpo
rations a right they have frequently em
ployed to worry poor men into submission
or to compel them to abaudon their rights;
and is a measure that is clearly in the inter
cut of justice and good government. Yet
the Republican minority in congress play
ing into the hands of rich men and rich
corporations, and seeking to avail itxriror
every opportunity to strengthen 1 lie Federal
government at tho expense of the rights of
the people has violently opposed it, and
will, if the Vi'ill becomes a vy, compel the
tool in the White House, to apply his veto.
The people have eyes, ami they see; and
many months will uot puss by bclbie the
right will be vindicated.
Koi the Cairo Iliilli tni.
LASSUEN AND MAKER.
DKIKK'KM'S, CIl'HiST. VI. IIKTI.F.N Til KM A
VOTK KOII LAKI.H IS a V.iili AO.WNST
The Republican leaders are (Ictcrndm d
that every Republican vote In thu Fiint
Judicial circuit shall be cast fur llurker,
Baker and McCartney,
The Republican papers and striken ure
nppeailng to Republicans, while and block,
to vote an unseratehed ticket, ami thus keep
tbc judiciary out of the Lauds of tlm "cop
And nv, mark my word, the Democrat
ic ticket will not receive tho support of a
singlo Republican voter in Alexander
Had the contest remained u inm-partismi
one, hundreds of Democrats would have
voted for Judge Baker. But Judge Baker
being the Republican nominee running
as a Republican and supported as a Repub
lican having completely changed his base,
or permitted tho managers of his party to
do it for him, no Democrat who desires the
success of his ticket or the election of Mr.
Lausden will now support Mr. Baker.
' It is a fact that cannot be disguised that
the real tight is between Mr. Baker and
Mr. Lsmden. Mr. Lansdea has to beat
Mr. Baker or he himself will be defeated.
The leading Republicans have but little
Jiope of beating Mr. Crawford with Mr.
Harker, or Mr. Browning with Mr. Mc
Cartney ; but they do hope ud expect to
beat Mr. Lansden with Mr. Baker. They
count confidently on this because they have
been as.-urvd that Baker will receive at
least two hundred Democratic votes in
Not a single Republican vote will they
allow to go to Mr. Lansden, yet they ex
pett two hundred Democratic votes in this
eountv, to go to Mr. Baker.
Fellow Democrats, shall it be said that
one of the R-publican caucus nominee!
was elected over a Democratic convention
noi?iir.ee by Democratic votes?
Every vote thrown for Baker is a vote
gainst Lansden, for Lansden must ever
conic that vote or be beaten. . !
Let no Democrat cherish the insane no
tion that Baker and Lansden can kith be
elected. Such a hope or expectation is the
extreme of folly.
If Mr. Baker is elected, Mr. Lansden will
be defeated, and if he is defeated he will
be slauchtered by his own political friends;
be beaten because Democrats piled up n
bigger vote for Mr. Baker than Mr. Luns
den's supporters could overcome.
If any Democrat has pledged his vote to
Mr. Baker, let him take the advice the
Cairo Sun gave to Republicans who wm
pledged to Mr. Lansden construe the
changed aspect ofviTairs as, of itself, w ork
ing your release.
You promised to vote for Judge I5;iker
asJnx.E B.uiKn, and .not as thcRcpublican
caucus candidate who is expected to beat
one of your party nominees, and that nom
inee an honored and respected resident of
your own county. The conditions being
changed without your consent, your obli
gation falls to the ground. .
Democrats, and espeeiully the Democrats
of Alexander county, should not for a mo
ment forget that the Republican light is
chiefly against Mr. Lansden. The managers
of that party will see to it that every Repub
lican in the Circuit votes an urcratched
That vote, of itself, Mr. Lansden ci.n
overcome; but if by Democratic support in
Alexander county or elsewhere, Mr. Baker
is put abend of his ticket, Mr. I.aiiMlen's
election will be greatly impi iillcd.if not de
feated. Let Democrats, then, stand by their nom
inees. Mr. Lansden is as able a man, as
good u man as Mr. linker, mid a better man
from iho Doumirutic plane of observation,
in this, that he is the Democratic! conven
tion nominee, while Mr. Baker is the Re
publican caucus nominee.
A Democratic vote for Mr. linker in a
vote that Mr, Lansden must overcome.
Let Democrats remember this, and vote
as thu Republicans vote an unseratehed
ticket. (NiRAKiiir Demociiat.
Washington I). C. May 23 1870
As it has turned out, a greater humbug
never was perpetrated than the 10 cert ill
cMc profi t for allowing the poor people
to invent in government seeuriiloa. Neither
Secretary Sherman or any other person i
lo bbinie for this. The plan was well in.
tended, and If it could havo been curried
out would have benefited the uovernment
ami the small investors alike. Hut as it Is
the small investors probably will hold about
TIIE rtATIiY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 57, 1879.
nnn MO of the $40,000,000 to be issued
,d the resbwill go into the hands of spcu
Won and Tho rctary moke
regulations for their s;de ns strict aa possi
ble, but the ncounts from nil quarters that
. .. o.-ituni'itiffillv vinlntoil anA
regulations mo iy- - j
it is impossible to detect the violators. The
operations in this city furnish a good exam
ple of the way tho thing works. The cer
tificates arc sold at the Treasury Depart
ment, the Patent Office The rule is that
no one person can buy more than $100
worth of certificates, but the rule is a dead
letter. The bankers employ regularly a
corps of agents who go the rounds each
,lay, sometimes iu different suit or disguises.
thus being able to buy from $."00 to 1,000
worth each. As the bonds aro worth now
a premium of one or two per cent, it will
be seen that a thriving trade is possible. It
is too bail, but it cannot be helped. The
amount authorized has been absorbed in
this way rapidly, and will be exhausted in
about a week longer. Secretary Sherman's
declination of the Ohio nomination for
Governor is so emphatic that the Republi
cans are canvassing the chances with his
name left out of the list. It appears to me
that among Ohioans sojourning in Wash
ington a large majority are for Judge Taft,
and the number is rapidly increasing.
The Warner silver bills drags slowly
along in the House, its friends appearing li
be less in a hurry to disjwsc of it since its
objectionable features were modified a tew
days ago. There seems to be a very strong
feeling against any financial legislation,
and I think this measure will be strangled
in the House or Senate. Greenbackism is
Wiiuir.g in popularity since the Democrat
are not disposed to let the little squad of
'nationals" control them.
That very important matter, the counting
of the electoral vote, attracts new interest
from the fact that the House select commit
tee on the subject has a bill which stems,
upon hasty examination, to be free from
ambiguity, and to be fair. The sections ot
most interest at this time, arc the oth, Cth,
7th and 11th, and I give them in full.
oth. Controversies as to electoral votes
in any State may be passed upon ly its
highest judicial tribunal, who shall send
its decision under seal to the President of
Gth. Both Houses of Congress shall
meet on the second Monday in February
next alter the meeting of electors; the
President of the Senate shall preside: two
tellers shall be apjwintcd by the Senate and
two by the House.
7th. The President of the Senate shall
open all the certificates, and the votes shall
be counted by4thc two Houses in the alpha
betical order of the States as certified, tin-
less rejected by both Houses; if there be a
controversy in any State, and a certified de
cision of it by its highest jjdieial
tribunal, the electoral votes of that State
shall be counted in accordance therewith
unless the decision is reversed by both
Houses: if there be a controversy and no
such judieieial decision the contested votes
shall not be counted unless both Houfa
concur therein; if there be conflicting ju
dicial decisions or conflicting certificates,
the decision or certificate held by loth
Houses to be given by the proper authcity
shall be conclusive unless rejected by loth
11th. The joint meeting shall not be
dissolved until the count shall he coinplet
ed. No recess can bo taken except upon
a question arising under this act. in wi'ieli
case either house, noting lately, may
dircctja recess of such not beyond the fifth
day niter the first meeting no further or
other recesses shall be taken by either
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the baby to sleep without the evil use of
opiates. Prices 2'i cents.
Rythmic' Liki: When the blood, free
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man's life, he cannot suffer from trouble
with the kidneys or liver, and piles will not
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cure for these evils, It also aids digestion.
CoMi'i.KxxiSAL Indications. The com
plexion of persons whose dige stion is out
of order, who are bilious, or v,ho lack
vigor or always exhibits an unhealthy tint.
It is by regulating the bodily orpins and
by promoting digestion and assimilation,
that the parchment hue indicative' (,f ill
health, is banished from the checks. To
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Bitters, an invigorant and alterative
which removes those obstacles to renewed
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an imperfect digestion and
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Imwels, Persistence in the use of t,w in
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