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SITKEME JUDGE FIHST DISTRICT.
I hereby announce myself a cnndldute before the
people, at the ensnlug .lime election, in the First
Judicial District, for the office of Judge of the Su
jimne court. JOHN 11. MULKEY.
March 1MIQ 1STS.
Ion JUDGE OF Till? CIRCUIT C0URT
1 FIRST CIKCl'IT.
Wc lire autiiorized to annotiLce Daniel M.
Bkownino. of Franklin county, as a candidate fur
Circuit Judgc.u the First Circuit.
We ore authorized t J announce Jons M. Lassoes
a a candidate for 1'lrcull Judu in the First Ju
David J. Bakeh will be a candidate for Circuit
Judge in the First Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the ii day June, 1S7W.
We are authorized to announce that 0. A. II .mi
km. of Johnson county, is a candidate before I lie
people for the office of Circuit Judge. In this dis
trict, and subject only to their decision at the bill
Jut box, on the 2nd day of June next.
We arc authorized to announce that II. W. Mr
Cartnkv. is a candidate before the people for the
office of Circuit Judge for the First Judicial cir
cuit. Electiou Juue '.'nd.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election. Juue 8 lfCT)
For Supreme Judge, First District.
JOHN II. MULKEY. of Alexander county.
For Judges, First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LANSDEN. Alexander county.
.MONROE C. CRAWFORD, Union county.
DANIEL M. BROWNING. Franklin couniv.
'VOTE FOR REPUBLICANS.''
IFrom the C'nlro Sun, Saturday May ;Mtb. IKft 1
"Wc want to stiy a word to the colored vo
ters of this Judicial Circuit., TcrWf ore in
the history of the election of Judires in
tins purt of the State of Illinois has u dis
position been manifested to introduce poli
tics as un element in the contest. Again
and nfiiiu has judges heen elected, and hut
little, it any, inquiry was made into their
politics; since the Democratic party, the
old Bourbon party, obtained a majority iu
the House of Representatives, and especial
ly since they camo so near securing the
President of the United States, there lias
lieen a manifest disposition on the part ot
Democrats to mix politics in all kinds of
elections. Three Circuit Judges uro to he
fleeted on the 2d day of June, and the
Democracy, contrary to all former preci
dent, have held a convention and nomina
ted three men as candidates. The Repub
licans did not believe in mixing politics in
the race. They were willing for as many
candidates as desired of both parties to
run, provided there was no Democratic
nominations. They were willing to take
the chances. There w ere Republicans and
Dcmoc-ruts iu the field, and they were dis
)itfd to Jet cadi man stand on his own
merits without regard to party. Rut the
Democrats were not willing; they felt that
with the five" Democrats in the rfciu turo
would be but little chance for their election
BHatort the live lit publicans in the field.
Twy therefore called and held a conven
tion and nomiuated a ticket, calculating
with three to beat the five Rejiblieans, then
out. This was a sharp trick, but it did not
win, for rather than sec the Democrats, ns a
l'urty, triumph, two of the Republican can
didutes magnanimously withdrew and left
Messrs. Raker, llarker, McCartney us candi
dates. These men aro Republicans; true to the
bet interests of the country, and the peers
intellectually, ,.gly lllul limruy (f a)y
men the Democracy could possibly pMt i
the fluid, and iu many respects they nr.; the
miiwrlnra ' of tin IVm. ,.:., .
. ... i -"im. inundates
They are -worthy of the confidence and
otc or the people, and weiiope no colored
tiitn will bo far forget wlnt he owck t hltu
elf and to tho countty im to vote for u niu-
fiIoncof tho DtmocraU. If colored men
expect to be recognized by the courts, they
must not throw their votes away on Demo
cratic candidates. There is no use in talk
ing; tho Democratic party aro determined
A.. 1 . 1.! 2.... ..It .'1. ,1... 4...,.Ho
u) ruiu mis couuiry in uu u iiujmriiiii-iur,
if possible, and every vote n colored mini
gives to a Democratic nominee, is u nail iu
Ids political coffin. Let this not be forgot
We therefore ur'n the colored voters
everywhere to organize, and not allow the
Democrats to catch them napping. Let
them be wide awake, and do their duty,
and R.iker, Harker and .McCartney will be
The above article is taken from the Cairo
Evening Sun of the above date and should
be read by every voter in the First Circuit.
It charges the Democrats with the first at
tempt to introduce politics into the
election of judges in this part of the
State. It says, "Never before in the history
of the election of judges in this fart of
the state has n disposition been manifes
ted to introduce politics as an element in
the contest." Such is not the truth. The
10th judicial circuit was organized by the
Legislature of ISO',), composed of the
counties of Alexander, Pulaski, Johnson,
Massac and Pope, for the express purpose
of electing a Republican Judge therein,
and ' John Oluey, a Republican, was
chosen as the first judge anil
it'lms had a Republican judge ever
since, l lie Jaw consolidating the circuits
heretofore presided over bv Judges Craw
ford and Raker, was passed in 18TG, and the
first political judicial committee ever ap
pointed in this part of the State, to take
charge of the judicial elections was ap
pointed by the Republican congressional
convention that met at Carbondalc in the
summer of 1S78. This was an open decla
ration on tiie part ot the Republicans of
this encuit to enter the political field in this
judicial election. The Democrats sometime
after met in congressional convention at
Jonesboro and there appointed a siirnlar
committee to net upon the part of the Dem
ocrats. The Republican committee met
early this spring in -Cairo for consultation.
Their acts were kept secret, but it leaked
out that the plan was to wait and sec what
the Democratic committee would do and an
understanding was reached that they would
try and withdraw ;dl candidates but three
i ne Democratic committee met iv an
open call and called a convention; the con
vention which nu t at Cairo, was largely
attended by delegates composed of men of
the various walks of life, and nominated
a ticket composed of Crawford, Drowning
and Lansden, not politicians, but men of
experience, ability and unquestioned per
sonal character. On the same dav t lie Re
publican judicial committee met in Cairo
in seciiet ca uts and selected three from
their five candidates to make the race--
R.iker, Harker and McCartnev and the
other two were invited to step down and
out, and they did so. Does this short bit
of history show that tho Democrats are re
sponsible for the introduction of politics
into the judicial election in this part of the
State. It has been the practice of the Re
public ails in this State to hold conventions
in every supreme judicial district and every
circuit where they were assured of success.
On last Friday the Republicans of Cook
county met at their primary elections to
choose delegates to a Supreme Judicial
convention and a Circuit convention, the
first to nominate a candidate for the Su
preme Court for the seventh district, the
second to nominate five Circuit Judges, and
a full Republican ticket was placed in the
field on Saturday last by the convmtions
of Fanvell Hall, Chcaigo.
In all the appointments of
Judges made by the Oovernorsof this State
lor eighteen years not a Democrat has been
appointed ami of the hundreds of appoint
ments of Federal Judges that have been
appointed during the same period none but
Republicans have been appointed, and still
the Sun cries out that the Republicans are
not in favor of polities in Judicial matters.
This article nppwns to havebeen written ex
pressly lor the colored portion of the Re
publican party. Says the editor of the
Sim: "If colored men expect to be recog
ni"d by the courts, they must not throw
their votes away on Di-inocratic. candi
dates." What especial recognition have the
colored men to expect from our courts?
They stand before the courts just as other
men, equal before the law, and the appeal
of the Sun to the colored voters of this Cir
cuit to organize us a distinct element in this
election is a low attempt to pander to pr ju
diced of race and should he rebuked by
every honest voter in the Circuit. It shows
how low some men will stoop to gain polit
ical success. Can any Democrat in the
face of such appeals do anything but
stand by the ticket I
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iu Three Hundred iiml Fifty Ncwspupcre.
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y attended to. Inventions tut lime he,.,,
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Hark. Dimness of tho Vision, I'mmitnrs ituTTZ
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l'tlll tiartle.llnrs It, mts iiu.et.1,1.... . . . .
!"' to send tree l,y mull to every on, '
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H per iiiK kaye, or six ,ackni?cs lnr ! , , L , 1 ,?
selil hy mull on receipt of the iut ),v 1 , wl"
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Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all Besei iptions at Low est Prices,
To Order on fhort Notice.
Letterllcatls, lOand 12 round
Note Ileuils, 3 and ti round.
Rill Heads, 1 1 und U Pound.
Stutenients, 5 und ti pound,
Bills Ladiiijr, 10 IVund.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
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MAY 31, 179.
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l'KLTAItEI) FOR 'IMMEDIATE AH LK ATION, MEo.VH.IXO No OIL, THINNER 01: I,:Vl.lt.
Inside and Outside White and any desired Shade or Color
Sold in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to be shown a sample card of tints.
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOl'NT OF PAINT VOU liKOURK,
Add the number of fit in width (front and rear) to the nund-cr of feet in n-tli ':
(bothsi.lesi; thismulti,lie,lby the average height, gives the number of square L -1
be painted. This divided by loO-as one gallon of this paint covers 200 wpiarv b et
( two coats i, gives the ainouut required iu gallons.
IExvmj-le Front. 20 feet. ...., I
RK.MAnKs.-TI.ere can be no definite rule established as to the exact quantity it -ilt
require; but the above is sufficiently near fur all practical purposes. Should the s-irftt..v
be smooth and hard, less than the above would suffice; if rough and porous m-rc.
BE NOT IMPOSED UFoN BY BASE AND FRAl'Dl'LENT l.MlTATKi.N.v It
is a well-known fact that when the Avcrill Chemical Paint was.first put upon th - u,ttr
kct, it was the only Paint of the kind tht could be found. Its merits were c, L'r. at,
lie itiwiVi.r tli.it l.iit o I.... ........ 1 ...l t i i r . . ...
",ul """ niiMian ciapseu neiori" worthless imitations bc;m t app. ur
under the names of -Enamel," -Rubber," "Mixed," "Chemical." -Liquid," and Pre
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore it distim '. under
stood that we do not enter into competition with the many ai.i i.tkkaiki) and v. .'.unit l
Mixed Paints, purporting to W similar to the "Avcrill," which are now jl.iin- the
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I lii.,i . ai;o is on ihe flne.r houses in the country. ( f,..,.,.!,.,.., ... j ... ..
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use o:.r nan..
Siitr.ple card frc
QI.OSSOIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
17ii Piinre Sticet, New York.
Coiia, Coali. Funiitiirc. Damar and all other Yarn Mrs,
Liquid and .lajian Dryers and (iloss Oil.
Cmrc!.cM tilots Oil Xurvith. f. r the price. Im. r.oojui.! In the marK.-t.
OUR DliYKh'S ARK TIIK 15KST,
Iryij::ick and i;i mis itb u'A k;ni!of oil.
And lime no eijua: ; so rotccocd h the trade.
We have even; fa. ilitv to mm.ufa. t;ir-f.io.ls of tirst-clsss qnnlitv at the lowest pri, es .e ,-y ,t
Jirompt cash on.y. and l,Me lur.-e . Nperl. nee ii, the business and (ihe the same personal Mtci.t r l
SAMI'I.KS and tiuotalicr.ii sent with pleasure at any
Tin. Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING .S: IIKATINCr
Tinware und Ilnllow
llierwitrt's old stand, on Klyhlh street.
ItoofliiL' nnd 0 litter..,., n u......i. .... i,i
,.f ......i. ",.n,r o , " " r " ' ."ii.v sums
nr. work skillful v nnd nronioiiu .r.....,.i i
prices maUu satisfactory. 1 "
KOEHLER BROS., Propiletors,
Comer Washlnston Avenue nnd Eiizht HtrodKud
toruer Kieventij tUd Wusblntft .n A.
A Ml sn.
A Ml and romplcin Mpply of U ot
You can do it -with I lie '
(Multiply) Height, 20 " J
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12 gallons for tw
Vi!;'" - bt '" rt:y j.ur.- Whi;.- I...,!.
it unte Will HJ.T II) Ml LJh N ) nil hnf lint . I..
K I'riti. e street. :,-a ,,tk
AUK Till: JJKiST
time. Soliciting jc.ur orders we rei.uin.
KXAMKL PAINT A. VAKXISH CO.
CAUI'KXTKIl AN'Ii CONrKACTolt.
JOHN A. I'OOK,
Carpenter and Coxtkactok, y'y
SHOP ON TENTH ST It EH T, I
(hetween Washington and Walnut.)
Kstii'.mtes on hiiildiiigson looses by lire
or otherwise niade on .short notice.
4 I.I. work Intrusted to him will receive prom pi
i attention, and will he executed In u sat slm Kay
HOOTS AM siloK.s.
Alanufacturcr and Deuk r In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. W Commercial Ave, But. Fifth nd Mxth fits.
Kreps constnntlv on hand n lurpo asVortmcnt of hl
Oellls Mild Ladleh llools and Shoes of ull styles! u'VV
and il.es, and of the very hsst ol W. I.ouls 'ami & I
.,.,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,. xvorK! soiu cnivior than 5
ever hefore. nnd t lieujier than Ilka jromls cav be b-
ta ned in this citv.
Also. Mlwn s mi hnnd a lure slnrk or U ather and S A
Kludlasol ulUtcrlptlou,i.olJvfryc;ou. fj
klndt meal ulways ou uulu