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THfc DAILY CA1K0 llULLMIN: THURSDAY MOHMMi SEl'TEMBER 11, 1884.
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All communications thould be addreeeid to
K. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
We arc authorized to announce tbat Mr. Angti
Lvk U an Independent candidate for Slate At
torney ol Alexander County, in Ibo approaching
We are anthor'zed to announce William N. But
ler u the liepublican candidate for electien to the
office oj State Attorney of Alexander County.
We ere authorized to annonnce Mr. Alexander
li. Irvin a en. independent candidate for re
election to the oftVe of Circuit Clerk, In trie
riming election lu November.
We ire authorized to announce the name of
Richard Fitzgerald aa a candidate for re e'ectien
to the office of Coroner at the ensuing November
Hkick Fombhot has turned up noain.
lie has got back to New York and starled
ani'tlier paper. Ha iajual now eoiia'cd in
it bitter war against Ben Butler.'
Cuakiottevillk (Va.) Cbrouicle: "Old
Ikn Butler may tie very 'smart,' but he
makes the mistake of a selfish and utterly
C'lnsc.entiouolesa man wheu he takes all
the lalhtrers of the country for fools. The
workingmen will recognio and scorn the
monumental impudence of this hoary
headed old millionaire monopolist posing
as the special friend of the poor anJ op
pressed. The National Democratic Central
Committee baa adopted a very oeat uniform
for Democratic clubs (11 oyer the country,
and is prepared to furnish them on short
notice in any quantity and at very reasona
ble prices. The uniform consists of nary
cap, or a helmet if preferred, laldrick of
red, white and blue, with brass ornaments
a cape, if preferred, and a torch. Ap
plication should be made to W. II. Br
Lum, chairman National Dermcrstic com
mittee. 11 West 24.h street, New York
I I'OKEBORE and wanted until I had ade-
quite light. I am satisfied now that Cleve-
land is the proper man for a candidate for
.resident of the United States, and that as
over and against Mr. Blaine's public and
political condnct Cleveland is as an angel for Gladney, and tbat they respect tbem
nf light. II.i w any man can vote for Blaine selves the less for having done so; but they
atul feel a con.cieotious scrup'e about vot-1
. ing for Cleveland on the ground of nmrali-
ty, surpasses my conception, fur I regard
Blaine hs one of the most corrupt men, in
pecuniary affair, that we have ever had in
our government I Henry Ward Beecher.
Why are nt the "friends' of Logan"
hereabouts at work? Why do they stand
, iJ!y around with.their hands in their pock
ets doing nothing! Home of them are eu-
joying the emoluments of office, and yet
they seem to be waiting for the other fel
lows to pay the money and do the work of
the campaign. ' The fact is, that here in
. Jackeon county, where Logna spent nine
tenths of his life, and a score of men are
I... I. Unit t.i.citi.n., cur. it r... I 1 1, I. T .....'.. I
-'i'.iw i",divi'uj Di-vumi iinu"it aj 'till P I
t.fl. ,,.,. .... i... :., . .1 ...
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c.ci ucioie, uvcu in nn on year. Idle
condition of BiTtirs is disgraceful, and will
not nuke L gtn feel ptrticularly gimd
when he learna of it. Come, gentlemen,
lxy off your coats and take out your pocket
books. The time tor action has come
that is, if w are to take any action at all.
1 Birton's Free Press,
' Tue result of the Vermont and
Maine elections simply shows tlut the Ue-
publicans, though slightly disfWured. are
mill in the ring by a fair majority, and will
not get out until they are knocked over the
ropes. Jim B'aine is a fighter from the
headwaters of Bitter rretk, and rfliilc this
n not mactly Ins niglit'to howl he will
n.uke nimic under tl.c moon till the coun-
try rises up very high and sits down on him
veiy hard. The scene of battle will now
be shifted to Ohio. Democracy has made
no fight with the Rooster of Aroostook in
his own liHrn-yHrd, but he must now come
down to the banks of the Ohio and firing
..... . . - I
Ins sinning lance into the faces ot a outi-
n"tsfoc. Ohio and West V :rginia hold
t I mil fildti lilotinna f I A t 4 1 k 14 IT Ititl.j..
oonv Mivto'iio vi.-ii 1 viaim.i
party shall carry both their victor ill
navceisv sai.mg 111 November. V e be-
i!"v- the Moier contest will be a drawn
oattie, p .htomilrig the atw loo till .No-
......... . . .
vemuer 4, ani him provi.ienne, a usual,
win oeon toe snie ot that pa;ty which
snail Keep it powder (inest ami cast the
most ballots. From now on the tight will
be fust and furious weather permitting.
REFORM IS NEEDED.
That reform is needed and that the tax
burden of the people can be lightened must
at oico be admitted on rvadintr the follow-
ing figures irora me annual report of the
ecrerary 01 u.e .re.nury ,or eacn year as
a". I . . ,
Tot tl.... $1,103,505,! 23
Parties vs. The People.
Id the election now approaching, The
Bulletin will pursue the same course
with reference to the candidates for county
offices that it has pursued informer years:
it will support the Independent candidates
as against the nominees of any political
party. Thb Bulletin believes that can
didates for local offices should be selected
by the peoplo without any regard whatever
to tin; political affiliations of such candi
dates. In this belief it has not hesitated
in former years to support Republicans for
county and city offices, as against Demo
crats arid others. It believes that the best
and most competent men thould be select
ed by the people, and that every effort of a
political machine to gain a foot bold in the
county and dictate to the people whom
they shall have for servants, should be re
garded as a menace to the common good,
and be promptly sat down upon.
The people of Alexander county know
from experience that this is the better pol
icy. They have had as good service in
their several county officers as any county
in the state, and much better than the
great majority of counties where a party
machine reigns supreme and leads the peo
ple as a wolf in sheep's pelt might lead a
flock of the family Bovldtc.
Experience shows every day in our
elections that, with a party in con
vention as assembled, the fitness and hon
esty of a proposed candidate is a secondary
consideration: the chief aim is always par
ty harmony, party success; and the public
be d d. This may be proper enough
in national and state affairs, where great
reforms can be effected only by party act
ion; but in local affairs it is viciou in the
This vicious influence in conventions has
been nowhere and never more clearly shown
than it was in this couuty last Saturday,
by the couuty Republican convention. The
convention was thoroughly representative
of the party. AM elements in the party
were represented in proportion to their
strength and the ticket nominated was also
an epitome of the party. The respectable
element predominated largely in the con
vention, and it predominates largely in the
ticket;. but the convention did not dare to
ignore the low down element of the party;
it was for the party first and for the people
next; it recognized the necessity of throw
ing a sop to the vicious element of the par
ty, in order to secure the support of this
element at the polls, and it did so by se
lecting the negro, Jno. Gladney, as the par-
ty candidate for coroner,
We have no doubt that the large majority
of the couvention found it difficult to vote
aw the necessity of catering to the hood-
looms that infest the slums, in order to se
cure success as the polls, and loving the
party better than they did the people and
respecting the party more than they did
themselves, they overcame their disgust
and voted for Gladney. Gladney is notori
ously an untrustworthy fellow, has for
years been the keeper of a negro gambling
den and been several times guilty of grave
violations of the criminal code of the state.
Had Gladney his jurt dues he would be
where even ajliepublican convention would
not have dared to follow him, and be
would not now be posing before the
people of Alexander county as the nomi
nrp for a r.nltlir nfTiif rtf tin (rrttnd old
, i ... . e .
f ;,ul anil iniira llv n.rtl- HiA nMftv if ffruftf
" " v, rvb
moral ideas, etc.. etc.
The other nominees are gentlemen
against whom nothing can be stid on the
score of honesty. They are all gentlemen
of the highest integrity, so fr as we know
But they are the nominees of a party con
vention that placed Its own aelfiali interests
above those of the people; an J while they
are all good men, they are not the most
competent men we Hive among in lor tiie
Pogi,io"9 t,,ey arc Rut "P f"r. nii t,,l'9 ftre
T, ry "'n, "bjections.
Mr. Albright's Sore Affliction
Yesterday morniiiL' the aged father of
n(,n. p. e. Albright, Democratic candidate
fr congress in this district, died at his
home iu Wctaug, Pulaski county. The
8H,i nRW8 rettched Mr. Albright hi re while
nn ,,, WBV t V.I,.,, , ,l,lr,.,9 . nnl.lin
gathering there yesterday afternoon, and
,e turned buck at once and went home
Deceased was about seventy years of age
Rnj prbly died more from the in
I f . . i . 1 .1
t rm iPfl 01 Am 1 rtrtn miv nirn.r rMtnute lit
had lived for many years in Southern lilt
,s and was generally and f.vorably
u iiv iU n.mi,l
j 1 1
We confidently extend to Mr. Albii.l.t
tle le8rtfelt sympathies of the people of
this district, irrespective of party.
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The Challenge Accepted.
Cairo, III., Sept. 10, 184.
Dear Bir: la compliance with the
promise made in my note of recent date,
acceptiug your challenge for a joiut discus
sion of the political issues, &c, in the sev
eral counties of this the Twentieth Congres
sional district of Illinois, I take pleasure in
mentioning the following places and dates
as convenient and agreeable: for the several
September 15th, 1884, Cairo, at nili'l
ICth, Mound City, 3 p. m.; 17th, Metropo
lis, 2 p. m; 18th, Golconda, 2 p. in.; lUtli,
Vienna, 2 p. m.; 20th, Marion, 2 p.m.;
22J, Jouesboro, 2 p. m.; 23d, Murphysboro,
2 p.m.; 24th, Sparta, 2 p.m.; 2M, Du
Quoin, 2 p. m.
I hope you will be present at the several
meetings indicated and make cood your
I have the honor to be
Your obedient servant,
John R. Thomas,
Republican nominee for Congress.
To Hon. F. E. Albright, Democratic nom
inee for Congresa.
In the early days of California the
men who gathered in the mining camps,
in the gulches or among the mountaius
seldom saw a woman's face. They
grew careless of their own appearance;
left hair as well as beard to grow
hair which never saw a brush or comb
till they came to look like wild men
of the woods; yet beneath the unkempt
locks, and under the shaggy breast and
tattered garments, there lay in the
heart of every man & memory of somo
farm-house far away, and of a mother
or sister for whoso dear sake he rever
enced the form of woman as sacred.
Her approach commanded every token
of respect. Said one who had lived
much among the miners: "If they
were driving a team on a dusty road,
aud met a woman, riding the other
way, they would turn to the right or
left to givo her the side of the road
wiiere the dust would not blow upon
her." And if perchance at ong inter
vals there appeared in the camp the
face of a woman, every mother's son
of them stood one side on the moun
tain trail to let her pass, and pulled off
his miner's cap, and not seldom the
tears stole into his eyes at the thought
of the old folks at home; of the moth
er who sain the chimney-corner, and
who, as the winds blew and the rains
fell, peered out into the darkness, and
sighed as she asked, "Where is my
wandering boy to-night?" It would
not have been safe for anyone to whis
per a disrespectful word as that face
passed by. If some vulgar fellow ven
tured a coarso remark, the eyes of oth
ers Hashed, but they bit their lips and
were silent till the woman was out of
sight, and then, said our Informant,
"that fellow has got to take a licking!"
It seemed that if every miner felt that
his own mother or sister was insulted
by a sneer at one of her sex, and they
answered the insult with heavy blows
till the coward was kicked and cuffed
out of camp.
When I hear such stories as this, my
heart relents toward a class of which I
had judged hastily and unjustly. And
for the same reason that I would stand
up for the miners, I would say a good
word for the cowboys. We need not
be frightened by a name. They are
not worse than other men. Why
should they be? They pursue an an
cient and honorable occupation, one
held iu esteem among every rural and
pastoral people since the time of Abra
ham. The sons of Jacob themselves,
as well as the men who attended their
father's flocks and herds, wero cow
boys. In our new States and Territories the
increasing influences of civilization
will work great changes in the charac-
ter of the population. Timo will soft
en their roughness, and give them more
polished manners; but it is to bo hoped
that it will not abate their courage or
their chivalry; for these aro elements
of a noble manhood, and may in tho
future contribute to form the mighty
people that are to constitute and gov
ern our Western and Southern com
monwealths. Atw York Mtil and A'z
presn. - .
Deceived by a Mocking Kird.
In a second-story window of a dwell
ing in Fifth avenue, Brooklyn, around
tho corner from the Fatbush avenue
depot of the Long Island railroad, and
overlooking tho watering places for
the horses on ex-l)eaoon Richardson's
Seventh and Fifth avenue car lines,
hangs a tuleuted mocking bird in a cage.
It pipes all day and keeps it up late at
night. Regular passengers on the
horse-cars have learned to look for tho
bird's notes. It whistles like a master
for his dog, chirps like a robin predict
ing rain, clucks like a hen with her
brood, and squeaks like a hurt chicken.
Of late it has learned to imitate the
whistles which conductors on the open
To the griuf of the hostler with the
water pails, the bird succeeds to per
fection in deceiving tho horses The
water supply is ki-ot in three pails on
a low bench placed'bctween the tracks.
To save time both of the horses are
watered simultaneously by two men
who hold the full pails" of water to tho
horso's mouths. When the horses'
thirst is satisfied the conductor sounds
the whistle twice, nnd the driver
loosens tho brake. Then the horses
start. Now, while jet the horses'
noses are in the wateruails the bird
sounds two whistles.
Tho horse, taken bv surprise, and
expecting the whip if "they delay, tip
the pal s of water over tho hostlers
with their noes and plungo forward.
Of cotirso they can not ahead, for the
brnko is on, 11 ml they are held back to
finish their drink, but the air assumes
a bine tinge, owning in tiie picluresquo
profanity of the driver and hostlers.
AVw i'urk Hit 11.
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