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M.I3. Ilarrell, Kditor."
jOK SUPREME JUDGE-FIRST DISTRICT.
1 hereby announce mvself a candldute before the
people, al the emitting 1 nne election, in the First
Judicial District, fur the office of Judge of the tSu
preme court. J011N H. MULKEY.
March -.Hill 1ST9.
TX)U JUDGE (IF THE ClRf'UIT COUNT
X r IKST C1KC11T.
We iiro authorized to announce Daniel M
'Bimwnihu. of Franklin county, m a candidate for
Circuit Judge, in the first Circuit.
We are RUtnorlxed o announce John M. Lanshkn
w a candidate for Circuit Judge iu the pirn Ju
ruvin J. Bakeii will be a candidate for Circuit
Judge in the First Judicial Circuit, at the election
U) be held on tuc m uay dime, jBiW.
Wc are authorized to announce that O. A. Haiv
xnu of Jobnaou county, Is. a candidate before the
people for the office of Circuit Judge, lu thin dls
trlct, and subject only to their decision at the Lai
lot box, on the 2ud day of June next.
We are authorized to announce that It. W. Mr-
CAKTNKr, l a candidate before the people for the
ufflceof Circuit Judge for the First Judicial cir
cuit. Election June -'ml.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
(Judicial election, June 3 187(1)
For Supreme Judge, First District.
JOHN II. Ml'LKEY. of Alexander county.
' For Judges, First Judicial Circuit,
JOHN M. LASMU'M. Algadc oanty.
MONROE C. CRAWFORD, Union county,
DANIEL M. BROWNING, Franklin comity.
Let Democrats vote a scratched ticket
when tliey see- the. Republicans set the ex
ample. Clistos county, the home of II. P. Bux
ton, Esti.., who was Jmlgc Mulkey 's only
competitor before the Mt. Vernon noininitt
ing convention, approves the action of the
convention, ami will lend Judge Mulkey
an enthusiastic support. The Cnrlyle Con
titution and Union, the editor of which
was a Buxton delegate, says : ''Although
tho delegates from Clinton county opposed
Judge Mulkey in the convention, having a
candidate of their own "whom they would
Lave been pleased to see nominated, the
Democracy of no county in tho District
will give liim a more hearty and cordial
6upjort at tho flection than tho Democracy
of Clinton. With us the fight against
Judge JIulkey ended with tho convention.
Wo are for him now, warmly, earnestly,
and the Democracy of this county will sup
port him to a man.'' That kind of talk
suits us; and indicates tho only line of uc
tion that leads to Democratic success. Let
the same spirit govern the voters of tho
First circuit, and tho election of Landen
Crawford ami Browning will be rendered
quite as sure us tho election of Judge Mul
key. Tuk Republcan editors of Southern Illi
nois, with a very few honorable exceptions,
would "wthcr tull u lio for ., a , brick-bat
than tho truth for a nugget of gold." As
many a four of thews Journalists have
trpunly dife.lured that the Mt. Vernon con
vention was composed of a little knot of
moss-back lmurbnn, representing less than
one-half tho counties composing the First
District. Now, there is not an intelligent
newspaH'r reader in the district who does
not know that the statement is notoriously
and bare-fucedly fulso. There are twenty
four comities in tho district and twenty,
three of them were represented Washing
ton county, with her three votes, being the
only county unrepresented. The proceed
ing! of tho convention, embodying these
fact", were published far and wide, and the
' average newspaper reader is entirely fundi
Sarwith them. Yet, Republican editors
yaratle the "moss-back ring" falsehood be
fore their readers, with an air of earnest-
aewi, that could not be improved upon were
the truth, instead of falsehood, their impir
A SQUARE PARTY FIGHT,
The Democrat of tho First Judicial cir
cuit have certainly discovered, before this
time, that the Republicans intend to vote
for their caucus nominees for Baker, Har
kcr and McCartney, uud for nobody else.
They will not scratch a name, for.to a man,
they aro resolved that no Democrat shall
obtain a seat on tho circuit bench, if, by
straight voting, they can prevent it.
This is tho last appeal we can make to the
Democrats to stand together, and to do their
duty to themselves and their party. To
morrow the Republican managers will
marshal their cohorts, black and white,
about the polls, and they will see to it that
nothing but straight Republican tickets go
into the ballot-box. Will Democrats, who
look on and see this fight against the ablest
men ia the field, join in and help it on?
Can they not summon sufficient
party pride rouse themselves
to a true tense of iicrsonal as
well as party duty, and give the Republi
cans blow for blow, and ballot for ballot?
It is a square party fight. Four months
ago, even last summer, the Republicans re
solved that there should be nothing else.
Will Democrats stand by and hear tho Re
publican rabble yell out "Down with
Lansden! Down with Crawford! Down
with Browning '."will they, too, join in,
and by their votes help to "down" these
able and excellent men or either of them?
Many Democrats stand pledged to sup.
port Baker and Darker. So, too. do many
Republicans stand pledged to support
Lansden and Crawford. Democrats made
pledges, when they believed therewould be
a non-partizan race. Tho relations ot the
Republican candidates with Democratic
voters have been changed by tho Republi
can caucus, and that too without the con
sent of the voters. For this reason the
voter.is released from his obligation, un
less he gave a promise that covered all con-'
tingencies that were possible. Republi
cans who pledged their support to Demo
cratic candidates arc told by the Republi
can paper of Cairo that their obligations
ceased when those candidates accepted their
purtj' nnt'iinntinn AnJ uvm Una aSur-
ance they will act. Let pledged Demo
crats keep watch, and when a Republican
voter votes for a Democratic candidate, it
will then be time enough to vote, in return,
for a Republican candidate. We put it on
record now, however, that, when the ballots
arc counted to-morrow night, a scratched
Republican ticket will be an oddity.
It the Democratic candidates were in
ferior men, then a Democratic
vote tor one or more ot the
Republican candidates could be defended;
but ns the Democratic ticket, when taken
as a whole is the better ticket,
and as every Democratic vote
thrown,for a Republican candidate places
one more vote in the way of the election of
tho ablest man on the Democratic ticket,
every Democrat should consider well and
ponder long, before he casts that vote. The
vote should not be thrown. Every
Republican will stand to his colors. Dem
ocrats, if they hope for success, will prove
equally true to their party and their party's
candidates. Without unity of action we
cannot succeed. Hurmony, one-ness of
purpose and action will make our triumph
THE ASSAULT UPON JUDGE CRAW
FORD. The assault made by the Marion Monitor
seems to have no other avowed foundation
I than the fact that tho judge gave to the
master in chancery too much business. The
real and only moving cause for the assault,
as is plainly shown by tho Marion Press, is
the tact that the position was not given to
the Republican who wanted it, but to an
able Democratic lawyer, Thi is, in truth,
the head and front of Crawford's tiffeniling,
and as Democrats applaud the act, Repub
licans may roar and riuro until
they are black in the face, and who
will care? But, whilo tho real
cause of the assault meets tho hearty com
mendation of Democrat, the avowed cause
the alleuation that the jndgo threw too
much business in tho hands of tho master
in chance7 should he applauded by every
taxpayer of Williamson county. Hud the
judge performed tht labor he BSfigDcd to
THE .DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
the master, every item of which he was
authorized by law to turn over to that
ofiicer-tho terms of tho court would have
been coirespondingly lengthened. The mat
ter assumes this shape. There is a week's
clerical and judicial work growing out of
the business of each term of tho court that
may be performed either by tho judge or
the master in chancery. To secure the per
formance of that work by tho judge, the
people generally must pay him $75 salary;
the taxpayers of Williamson county must
pay their twenty fonr jurors, the multitude
of bailiffs and other officers that are await
ing the conclusion of the work. If the mas
ter in chancery peforms the work, nobody
waits, and tho only expense incurred is
the reasonable fees allowed by law. In
other words, if the, master transacts the
business the cost falls upon tho individuals
who occasion it, and does not exceed, say
$75. It the judge performs it,' the cost
will not fall below $350, and the amount
must be paid, not by the parties in interest,
but by the taxpayers generally, who are in
terested in no manner whatever. And it is
for this, tho Republican papers of tho up
per part of the circuit, led by tho , Marion
Monitor, are abusing and villifymg Judge
Crawford. For a course oi conduct that
should win him the thanks of every tax
payer of Williamson county, he is assailed
with a bitter vindictiveness that could
scarcely be intensified had ho subjected
ever' taxpayer of the county to a great and
villianous w rong.
If the voters of Williamson county don't
put their seal of condemnation on this un
provoked and utterly groundless assault,
they will deserve to have their courts con
ducted strictly after the manner of the
Vote and work for Mulkey, Lansden,
Crawford and Browning. Therein consists
tho whole duty of Democrats to-morrow.
If Democrats do their duty to-morrow,
Mulkey, Crawford, Browning and Lansden
will be triumphantly elected. Every vote
thrown for either of the Republican cand
idates is a vote that the Democratic candi
dates must overcome. Remember this, and
vote a straight ticket
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Roschee s German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, ns per
directions. The sale ot this lAedie'ne is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
lias been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any case, Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Largo size 75
cents. Try it and be convinced.
You Mist Cuke that Cuivn.-- With
Sbiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has otablUhtd the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Twodoses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can elVord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottie
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50ets.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Sbiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Bareluv Brothers.
Hate you Dyspepsia, are you Constipu
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appo
titu, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
lob's System Vitalizcr. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to sutler
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertume "Hackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
A riEvoiitiMi DitAooN Thousands of
people are destroyed by the devouring dra
gon, who conquers the world with, discuses
of the kidneys and bladder, or liver, acute
rheumatism, caused by poisonous secretions,
and the tint-named disorders are radically
cured by Kidney-Wort. For sale by all
AC vito. To all who are sutleriii" from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c I will send a recipe that will cure
you, hike of niAUOE. This gu-.t remedy
was discovered by a missionary itl South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inmax, Station D, New
Perfected Butter Color, iniule ,v AVells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.jg pre
ferred by such authorities in doing work,
as Jones & Faulkner, winners of the $100
prize, and U. S. Houston, Kennslm Wis.,
winner of the 50 first prize at tho great
Dairy Fair. They uho it regulHrVi
Query. Why will men mimr common
tobHcco when they can buy Marburg Brq'l
' Seal of North Carolina" at the Huo price!
SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1879.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. 11.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Chicago
THE only rond running two dally trains from Cairo
niuking direct connection with Eastern Hues,
TltAlNH LEAVE t'AIIIO.
1:10 p. m.i Faat exoresa. arriving in 8t. LouiaT:M
p. in.; Cbicugoo:Mla. m.
1:10 p. in. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
Arriving In Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m.i Louisville.
Taw a. m.; Indianapolis, 4:15 a. m. I'aescngcra by
mis i nun arnvcai uoove points
12 TO 30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
7. A p. m. Fast Mull, with sleecra attached, for
sT. LOUIS and CiUCAdO. arriving iu St.
LouiHiitti:SOi. in.: Chicago at 10:1(1 a. in., connect
ing at Odin or Eiliughum lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST.
V A C WV J y "'I Huo go through
I AoorilUrjIiO to the East without any
delay caused by Sunday Intervening, The Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrives lu New York
Monday morning ut Id :tri. Thirty-six hours in ad
vance of huv other route.
f" Advertisement of competing lines that they
nuiko better time than this one are issued either
through ignorance or a desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets and information apply at 11 1 i
nols Central Railroad depot. Culro.
TRAIN'S ARRIVE AT CAIRO:
JAS'.RllINSON.lieu'l Southern Ag'l.
J. II. JONES. Ticket Agent.
(JAIKO & ST. LOUIS It. K.
II. V. SMITIIKHS, Ket'Pivpr.
SHORTEST SIIOHT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cain H:ir, a.m.
Through hxprics arrives ut p.. St. Louis.. .Vooii.m
Through Express leaves K. St. Louis,... :i:iia.m.
T lirough Express arrives at Cairo fi:u p. in
Murpliyslioro accommodation leaves Cairo!.' ,W p.m
Miepliyslniro Acc. arrive at Murphysburu ' !." p.m
Murphvsborn Aec. leave Miirphystioro. . . I:l."ia.in
Murpliysboro Acc. arrives ut Cairo Id l.'iu.m.
The Cairo & St. Lotll Kail 1,'oud i the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore tin re are no delays at
wav stations awaiting connections from other lines
Close uud sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North, Eust and West.
L. M. JOHNSON,
(JAIKO Si VLNCKXNES lt.lt
il.p -,.,....'. ....
Al "UTr TTQ THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
,17 "UTT TTsi TIE SHORTEST To LOUIS
il MllihO V11.I.E. CINCINNATI, UAL-
H JlUHr. A Mi WAMll.NO 1C.
01 "UTT VQ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
Ob JIUJIjO AI'OLIs.J'HlLAOELl'illA.NliW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX IlOUltS SAVED
Over traiL of all other routes making the same
Passengers tv other route to make connec
ttii mu-t ride iiU niglit. waiting from one to six
hour at siuuil country stations lor trains of con
T? V AT V AT R V T? T" E FACT and take our 4 :V,
JA-Tj.U JU 1 1 1 j 1 1 ., m ,rllli r m-hi,,,, Evans-
rllle. Indianapolis. Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo a follows:
Mail leave 4:4.'a.m
Mail arrives lo.imo m.
Through tickets and check v all Important
F. A. MILLER RuSWELL MILLER.
Ueii'l I'a. Agent. tienerul Slip't
L. a. CHUftCll. Passenger Agent.
R 0 V E L L
Newspaper Advertising1 Bureau.
For Ten Cents: One hundred page I'am ;lili-t
with l.it ol Newspaper uud Advertising Rules:
For Ten lioilir: Four line Inserted one week
iu Three Hundred and Fifty Newspapers.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvement!
on old ones ; for medical or other compounds, trade,
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fereiices, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all cases nrlslug under tho Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention thut have been
1 tff'T V 1 ''' ''"lent Olllce may still,
jilliUHW In must cnes, lie tialented bv
us. Helng oppnsllu the I', N, Patent Department,
and engaged lu l'uteul bulne exclusively, wo can
inuke closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader datum, thuu those who
ire reunite from Washington.
I V V VX'Vl MtK l"'ml i" model or sketch of
li T IV'JlOyimr device; we make ex
aminations and advise a to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no charge utiles 1'atunt Is secured.
We refer In Washington, to lion Putniater
Genenil D. M. Key. Rev. V. D. Tower. The tierman
American National Hank, to olllclals In the I , si.
Patent Otlii u, and to Senator and Representative
InCongre: and especially to our cllenis In every
Unite lu the Union mid in Canada. Aildres
C. A. SNOW &, CO.,
Opposite Patent Olllce, Washington I), c.
0 INVENTORS AND MECHANICS.
PATENTS and how to obtain them. Pifmtilet of
60 VWf "'i"' u'" Ti'i 'J ' mIi:, f'T iclllB0.
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toiicuors ol Patent. Hex at.
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That Door or that Floor? You can do it with the
rivh i :n rn
iiiu AvoLiii ijiieimiiii rami
DOES NOT FADE or CHALK OFF, but
for many years, and will last MUCH LONGER than the best Lead
and Oil mixed in tho old way.
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PREPARED FOR IMMEDIATE APPLICATION,
Inside ami Outside White and any desired Shade or Color
Sgld in packages to suit, very cheap.
Ask to lw shown a sample card of tints.
TO ASCERTAIN THE AMOUNT OF PAINT YOU HEQUIRE,
Add the number of feet in width (front and rear) to the number of feet in b -wth
(both sides); this multiplied by the average height, gives the number ot njuuro bet to
be painted. This divided by 200 as one gallon of this paint covers 200 sipiare feU
(two coats i, gives the amount required iu gallons.
Example Front, 20 feet. 120 feet,
Rear. 20 " i Multiply Height, 20 "
Side, 40 "
Side, 40 " 200 2400
120 " 12 gallons for two evils.
Remarks. There can be r.o definite rule established as to the exact (quantity it will
require; but the ""above is sulliciently near for all practical purposes. Should the stirfcc
be smooth ind hard, less than the above would suffice; if rough and porous more.
BE NOT IMPOSED UPON BY BASE AND FRAUDULENT IMITATION-. It
is a well-kr.owu fact that when the Averill Chemical Paint was tirst put upon the i.. ir
ket, it was the only Paint of the kind that could be found. Its merits were so gr-nt,
however, that but a few years had elapsed before worthless imitations began to a; pear
under the names of i'Enanlel,,' "Rubber,"' "Mixed," "Chemical," "Lhjuid," and pie
our Paint to give entire satisfaction in all cases, and therefore wish it distinctly u:. ier
stood that we do not enter into competition with the many ahi'Ltkiuted and ivnini'M-s
Mixed Paints, purporting to be similar to tho "Averill," which an- now t!iHlin- .!.
market. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT C
BAIiCLAY HKOTJIEIiS, (ieneral ArenK
A.I1E VO TJ G O I XG TO P.V1XT:
THEN USE XEWYOliK
Ready for use !n White and over urn-llui:dreil Ii!b'ret,t Colors, ln.de nf ftni-tlv pure Whl'- ! .id.
Zinc and Linen d nil chemically rumMncd. wi.rrai.t. il much llainUom, r unil t lien;., r ami to lii 'I . t K
A Lt'N'i a ;ii.y other Paint. It ha Ukcn the I Ilt.T PREMIUM at 1 1 1 ! y of tl.e state l air- f the
Union, and ) n the tlnct house In the coi.i.trv. st. pi-teiburg ls .Jan lot h . : T
NEW YoliK ENAMEL PAINT i :o:- ntl.'n.eii .-We have old larse niiai.tiii.. .f ur ;.. I
Paint In tin section of the country, ami all parti, having u-i n the nme speiu hlghlv of M : ;t v
and finish; and they And the color an 1 uilMiue mi n vou r present 'Ihereom tie no b.-tt. r ; s'.i.t
lor exposure to lii-it anil colli, and any one n:iig it once 111 sun Iv do so again. You ,ne pnw t i
use our name ,'or r'krii.ie. K.j. itfni;-. . ' ill A I.KA NT X .1: ' . 1'
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Sample o.rd free. prit:. , Vrc, t. New -t.:
Q LOSS OIL AND VA1LMS1I COMPAXV.
17!! Pliiice Street, New Yolk.
I'opal.Xoacli. Furniture. Painar and all other Yarn Mies,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and l.ilos Oil.
Our cheap lilos Oil Vurtinh. fi r tl.e juice, has i.o . ij:;a! in the mark' t.
OUR DKVKKfS ARK TI IK JiKST.
Dry iiikk and will lulx sl:h all kind of oil.
ouu vaknisiii:s a i j i : the jjkst
And have no eiiia'. ; so conceded hy the trade.
Wc have eviry lai illty to maiufai tare gooiN of f!rt i la (iinllty at the lowest price. nwe l.-;v fur
prompt cash only, and have large experience In tl.e husines and ghe the same personal tituutiou
SAMPLES and ;tiotatlnii sent with pleasure i.t any time. Soliciting jour orders we rei.uln,
Respc, Bally Your,
NKW YOUK KNAMF.L P.UN'T A VAIINISlt CO.
STOVES AND TI.WVAKK.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING- cSc HEATING
Tinware ami llolhiw wurc of every
Hoerwurt's. old stand, on Eighth street.
Roodiig iiiid (iiiticritig a perlaltv. All kind
or work skillfully and iroiuptiy plormcd and
prices made mtlsliictory.
KOEIILKR 11R0S., rropriotors,
Comer WHhltigion Avemie nnd Elglit Street and
Comer KliveMh unil Washington Ave.
A full ant
A frill And complete, supply of ttt om of all
kinds meat ulwayi ou han
i t .1
retains ITS FRESHNESS and BRILLIANCY
REtjUIRlNli NO OIL, THINNER OR DRYtlt.
CAltl'ENTKIl AMI CO.vntAt Toll.
joiix a. rooK,
CaRI'E.VTEU AND CoXTRACTOK,
SIIOI1 ON TENTH STREET,
(hetween Washllii'ton and Walnut )
Kstlr.iatOH on buildings, on losses by tire
or otherwise made on xliort notice.
Vl.L work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
alteiiilon. and Hill he executed iu a siit slicdoiy
HOOTS AM SHOW.
Miinufacttiref snd Denh r la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather nnd Finding
No, PO Commercial Ave., Met, Kflu and Slitli Sin.
Koepn coiintantly ott hnnd a largo Assortment of
tletils and Ladle, lloui and Shoes of all style
and idiics, nnd of the very hest of St. I.ouli and
Clneliiliatl llaud inade work! sold rhier than
;vr liefore. nnd cheaper thin like goods' eau hu !
talned In thlscliv.
Aim. always oii hand t lnrer stork of I.cnthornd
Flndligi of til dvicrlptlou, oU very close.