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M.B. Harrell, Kditor.
pOR SITKEME JVDC'E-FIRST DISTRICT.
1 hereby auMonfe tnyclf a candidate beforf tte
people, at the cusulug June election, in the Fir-t
Judicial District, for the uttice of J mice of the Sa
lirvmc court. J OlIS 11. MILHE1.
March 'Mb 18T9.
IOR Jl'DGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
' FIIifT CIRCUIT.
We are authorized to annoiiLcc Daniel M.
Bnos'tiNu. of Franklin county, a a candidate fur
CireultJudge, In the Firt Chvuit.
We are authorized to announce Jous M. Lanspin
i a candidate for Circuit JudRe In the Firpt Ju
TUvinJ. Bakeb will be a candidate for Circuit
Judte id the First Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the id day June, ItCV.
We are authorised to announce that'O. A. IUn
ker. of Johnnon couutr. t a candidate before the
people for the office (Circuit Judge, in tlii dis
trict, and puhject only to their declfion at the bal
lot box. on the 2nd day of June next.
We are authorii?d to announce that R. V. Mc
Oartnet. 1 a candidate before the people for the
olHof of Circuit Judge for the Firn Judicial cir
cuit. Election June gild.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election. June 2 1ST!')
For Supreme Jucrc. Firft Dinrict .
JOBS H.ldt'LKEY. of AVsandvr contrty.
For Jadjc, Firt Judicial Circuit,
JOI1X M. LANSDEX. Alexander county.
MOXROE C. CRAWFORD. Union county.
DANIEL M. DROWNING. Fratklin county.
It is do doubt true that the presence of
one public libarian in his line of duty on
Sunday, tends a dozen saloon keepers out
to loaf. After laboring all week, men seek
amusement and pastime on Sunday. Find
ing neither the one or the other elsewhere,
Kores and hundreds gravitate to the
Wf. have not heard from our Con
gressman, John Robert, for a week or more.
This silence argues that "the hurling of
Democrats over the battlements of heaven
down to hell'' is an up-hill business with
him that the Democrats wont go over
voluntarily, and that he isn't able to throw
'em over. We take it, therefore, that tho
'hurling" contract has been abandoned.
Barton's Free Press is now, next to The
Weekly Bulletin, the largest paper pub
lished in Southern Illinois. Its patent
outside presents very acceptable 'matter to
his farmer patrons, who arc cut off from
the daily papers, whilethe inside pages pro
sent quite as much homo matter as is given
l)y any paper in this end of the State.
The mechanical work of the Press shows
the presence of a master hand in the oflice.
The editorial shows that, nobody fools with
the Fabcr but Barton, himself. It is a No.
1 paper in every respect.
Whatever else may be said of the pres
ent judicial coutest, cundor will compel tire
dnmttbm that U hits been singularly and
gratifying'.y free from personalities. Leav
ing out of the question the littleness, not
to say contemptible meanness of the two or
three Republican sheets, that scraped over
the debris of eighteen years ago, in the
hope of digging out something with which
to smirch the fair name of Judge Mulkcy,
and the uialiee that drives tho R publican
editor ot the Marion M mitor to make a
causeless and therefore harmless assault up
on Judge Crawford, there has not been a
. enk'uee printed that might not have been
Uttered, without offence iu tho candidates
presM-nce. This Is not so because tho can
didate are wholly invulnerable; but !.
cause of a manifest determination on the
part ot tho DouKK jatic prewt to keep tho
canvas above low level ol exuHtieruting
personalities. This course is to bo com
mended. It distinguishes the present us
tbe only political contest ever held iu South
cm Illinois, wherein tho pcrsonul characters
olthc chmliliite8 remitiiu'il unassaitcd; and
let the final result bis what it may, nono of
the contliJates will foul that they have suf
fered in reputation at the hands of the press.
Tliero will be no sores to heal; grievances
to redress, or regrets to indulge over hasty
or inconsiderate expressions.
The fact that tliero is not a colored man
in the house of Representatives, and but
one in the senate, and he from a Demo
cratic State, shows how hollow are the
Republican protestations of 'ntlVction for
the colored men. With 800,000 votes the
colored people are entitled to sixty Repres
entatives; but the avariciousness ot white
Republican office-seekers, and tho determ
ination to keep the negroes in the back
ground, have rl'.l?d all those sixty seats
with white Republicans who brawl contiu-
ously about the wrongs inflicted on the
patient negro. And the negro is patient,
for a fact, Were he otherwise ho would
secure his rights at the hands of his party;
or burst it into smithereens.
The Chicago Custom House is consiruct
ed of stone that is already tumbling to
pieces, and it is notorious that the bnild
mg, us it stands, cost fifteen times what it
could be built for by private contract, yet
the effort to prove the contractors guilty vf
furnishing or receiving improper stone, or
of paying anything more than a fair price
for work, has resulted in failure. It was
shown that where 900 days had been de
voted to stone cutting, over 2000 days had
been charged for, and that in many other
instances the labor roll has been raised
100 per cent. But everything was held to
be lovely ; and the fraud and stealing, the
robbery and jobbery that have hitherto
made the project fairly stink in honest
men's nostrils, will continue to have unini-
Many of our readers have seen Leslie's
picture of the negro who-indignantly re
sents the imputation that he stole young
chickens, while the heads of the little ban-
ties protrude from a half dozen hole in his
tattered hat. AVe are strongly reminded of
the picture by a recent editorial iu the
Murphysboro Era-Illiuoisan. The editor
protests that when he heard of the candi
dacy of E. B. Green it never occurred to
him to inquire about his politics. It was
enough for him to know that he was capa
ble and honest. 'But,'' continues the ed
itor, "it is well known that Mr. Mulkcy,
was a copperhead in the early stages
of the rebellion, and in sympathy
with the enemies of the Union:''
When the Era-man feels inclined
to perpetrate "another," we'd advise him to
wear a hat that will hulo hie chickens.
The new law, declaring marriages be
tween first cnusins to be incestuous and
void, will meet the approval of every man.'y
man uud womanly woman in Illinois. The
tra.-hy and debasing literature ot the day
has thrown a gloze of romance over the
loves of cousins that bus given it an attnic-
tion to the weak-minded, and no doubt
greatly increased the number of cousin
marriages. But tho practical, undebased
mind has ever held such alliances as loath
some, unwholesome, and, as the new law
declares them, incestuous. It is now u rec
ognized fact that the issue of such alliances
is apt to be physical or mental d .'fortuities;
and vigorous, healthy and perfect children
the exceptions. Of course the law is not,
and could not be mado, retro-active in char
acter; but from this time forth, we'll have
an end of cousin-marriages ot matiimo
aittl connections at the mere thought of
which our better natures revolt.
Tin; presence f hot weatlur ha begot
ten much discussion respecting the proba
bility of another outbreak of the yellow
fever in the southern cities. We shall, of
course, have alarming rumors. Already
some mischievous persons have started the
report that several cases have occurred in
New Orleans, and that an undoubted
case was developed in Indian
apolis. From a careful scanning of our
southern exchanges, ami their frequent
sanitary discussions, we are prepared to say
that the report from New Orleans is false.
If there is any truth in the Indianapolis
report, it must be accepted as a hint that
flight from one point to another, would be
folly. If the disease can originate as far
north as Indianapolis, it can originate
anywhere in the Northwest. But wo feel
absolutely certain that the report is nothing
more than a villainous fabrication.
Fortunately for the people, within
tho supposed "belt," tho news
papers of the South tail to agree as
to tho proper sanitary measures to enforce.
Tho best judg ment of tho different boards
of health is controlling, and much good
work is being performed; but this fact
doesn't stop the carping of tho newspapers.
Tho public concerned may rest positively
awmrcd, therefore, that if tho means adopted
prove ineffective, and yellow fever finds its
way into the South, tho opposition papers,
will, in a sort of ghoulish triumph, proclaim
the fact at prool of tho Insufficiency of tho
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1879.
system applied, and of the correctness of
their respective positions thereon. In this
condition of affairs wc find an assurance
that the truth will bo mado known; and
when it is made known, wo shall not hesi
tate 1o aid in its promulgation. We have
an interest in common with Cairo people,
and shall cry "danger" whenever we be
lieve danger exists, But to repeat or give
credence to tho thousand and one foolUh
reports alloat, we shall consider no part of
our duty, Wo have heretofore given rea
sons for our belief that yellow fever will
not appear this year as an epidemic. But
that belief shall not close our eyes to the
facts. When occasion requires we shall
Reftumcax newspapers don't quote ns
freely as formerly from the Okoloua South
ern States. The man Keruan, the Ohio
sutler, who was sent down by tho Ohio
Republican Central committee, "to make it
red-hot for the Democrats," is over-doing.
the thing. And furthermore he wrius
too many letters to his Republican friends
North. The letter he wrote to tho chair
man of the Republican State Central com
mittee, of Ohio, in which ho told how cor
dially congressman Fryo applauded his
work, and how he'd give the Democrats
hell in proportion to the money paid, is in
in the hands of the chairman of the Demo
cratic Central committee of Ohio. The
native Southron whose name is connected
with the States, has never written a line lor
the paper; but is hand-in-glovc with Ker-
nan to make money out of unscrupulous
Republicans by defaming Southern Denuv
crats. These facts are all so widely known
now, that the quoters of the Okolona guh
are restricted to densely ignorant or totally
characterless Republican editors those
who don't know what tbcv say, and those
who don't care.
nOW IT IS, AND WHY IT IS SO?
We shall not be sorry wjjtn the present
judicial contest is broug'.it to a close. We
strongly deprecated the introduction ot pol
itics as our renders we'd know, aud repeat
edly urged the election of a mixed ticket.
accepting Mr. Baker as the Republican. and
lixing upon the other two by mutual agree
ment. The thing was practical. It could
have been done by convention, or through
the judicial committees of the two parties.
But the meeting of the Republican commit
tee, in this city, last Match, betrayed the
animus of the Republican--, which was, as
has since been more plainly indicated, to
rill all three of the seats with Republican
judges. Still influence 1 by the hope that
the politicians would nt become masters
of the situation, we advocated the selection
of a ticket that wiAld give Mr. Baker,
their ablest and most popular man,
to the Republicans. But the
manipulators of that party, sreing live
Democratic candidates in the field, expect
ed, by sharp practice, to save not only
Mr. Baker, but elect two Republicans be
sides him. The Democrats, loth to accept
such an issue, resolved to be true x-
themselves, called their convention, and
made their nominations. Tho Republican
Judicial committee, by a star chamber pro
ceeding on the same day, nominated as the
Republican candidates, Messrs. Uakrr,
Ilarker and McCartney, The two parties
were thus brought face to face with full
tickets. Three of the formerly independ
ent Democratic candidates became Demo-
ceatic convention nominees, and three of
i .-i ...i it Hi ... ,
me liioepeiuicni ucpuniican cannititttis oc
eanic Republican caucus nominees. The
lines were thus distinctly drawn, and the
Republican voters wlm had pledged their
support to Crawford, Lansdon end Brown
ing, were summoned to the party camp;
ilnd Democrats who had pledged their sup
port to Baker or his colleagues, were ex
pected to rally under theirparty colors. The
ground work of the campaign and all the
conditions attending it were changed, and
candidates' relations with the voters were
changed. Party fealty required ft muster
ing of Democrats from their neutral ground
to the party fold; and the Republican
listening to the same call, threw their pre
vious resolves to the winds, and rushed to
the party standard set up by their com
mittee. And thus the matter stands to-day.
It is a square purty fight. There will be no
scratching ot tickets on the Republican
side; and it' Democrats are equally true to
party, the Democratic tickets will be
Into this slutpo has the content resolved
itself. Let it result as it may. Democratic
hands are washed clemi of the respcnsibil
ity for making it what it is -it political
Nkvek promise more than t :in be done.
Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills ),i1Vt. j)(,t,n B11C.
ccssfully run on this principle, porguie by
A Dnvonii.No I'RA'iON-Thonsands of
people are destroyed by the devouring dra
gon, who conquers the world wit), diseases
of tho kidneys and bladder, or jvt.. ttcute
rheumatism, caused by poisoiuus secretions,
and tho tint-named disorders uru radically
cured by Kidney-Wort. For n,u t,y all
WHOLFSALE AYI.NES AND LIQUORS
Wholctalo and Rutull Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of nil Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. HMYTII A CO. have contatitly a large
nock of the heat nood iu tho market iind give
cVpccial uttentiou to the wholetalo brauch of the
Jesse Hinkle, Jf. B. Thistle woon, J. II. Moults
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Nof. Ii5 and lit Commercial Avenue.
fip-I.ltxral Advancement made on C"oiifi."U
nieut of Tohaue, Fiour, and Oruin.
t1TSe nt for tiear. scott A Co. threh!nc ma
chine, portable tiw mill and threlung limine,..
Agentu for Champion Uarvertiui; maihihet. mower
and reapr .
13, F. TlIISTLEWOOD,
Ilorfts boarded by the week at n&feEaV.c rate
GOOD HORSES AND BIGGIES
At price to uit the time. . Live me a call
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Notice! hereby given thr.t the mnlrrigT.cd ad
ministrator of the i-Mnteof dri-en It 1'arkt-r. lale
of Alexander county, deceased. attend the
count v court of .aid c untv. at its J::ue term, to be
held in the rottrt house iii'tbecitv of Cairo, tin the
third Monday in June. Is!'. to make t'ibal fettle
u. e Lit of said estate.
OI1S AMI SCREEN LEV,
JOHN II. 1'ARKER.
Administrators etate t,. li. l'arker. deceased.
XECLTOR S notice.
1TATE or HKNRY VAYO, IiCf T.AHP.
The undersigned, huving been appointed Execu
trix ol the last will mjd testament of
Henry Mayo. late of the county of
Alexander, and state of Illinois, dreeawl,
herdiy give notice that she will appear hefore the
county court of Alexander coui.iv. at the court
house in Cairo, at the Julv term', on the Second
Monday in July next, at hic!i time ail -rn,tis
having claims- again-t faid estate are notified and
requested to attend for the iur;nt- of having the
same adjusted. All persons Uidel.ted to si,id r
Into are requested to make immediate liavment
to the undersigned.
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BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
. OOCoininercliil Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth StH.
T'Tepa consfanily on hand largo assortment of
ont of U
s and 1
J tll'IHS Blirl l.llllleH ,,.,1. .nil Mines nf nil
and sices, and of tile vorv best of Kt. I.i.ni
Cliicltmatt lliitiibmadK work: sold cheaper than
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tallied In this city.
Also, always on hand a lnrRO Mock of Leather audi
FluUiUK ef 11 dvturlptlou, ml J very vloae.