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only Morning; Daily in .Southern Illinois
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.B. Harrell, Editor.
ANN WXCEM EXTS.
poll SUPKEME Jl'DE VI11ST DISTRICT.
I heretw announce mvseM a candidate before the
people, at the cnauin-j June election, in the First
Judicial District, for the ullice of . I ui!-c of the Su
premo court. JOHN It. ML'LKEY.
March ;Mtu 18T9.
Ir0K JL'DGE OF THE CIRCUIT COUUT-
FIHST CIKCl IT.
We are authorized to announce Daniel M.
Hkowninii. of 'Franklin enmity, as a candidate fur
Circuit Judire, In tbu First Circuit, subject to the
decision ol the Democratic Judicial Convention to
be held tu Cairo, on the oth (lay of May. 1S79.
Vfc arc authorized t i announce Jons M. Laxfdfs
a candidate for Circuit J:kIl'm in the Firt Ju
dicial Circuit, subject to the decision of the Demo
DatikJ. Baker will be a candidate for Circuit
Judue in the First Judicial Circuit, at the election
to be held on the id day Juno. 1S79.
A CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
TO NOMINA TK A C A NDIU AT E FO R JUDOE
OF THE SUPREME COURT FROM THE
FIRST DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS.
The undersigned, Chairmen of the Democratic
County Central Committee of the counties named,
dcemiiri; it to the best interests, and being the will of
majority of the Democratic voters in said counties
hereby call i convention for the purpose of nomi
nating a Jndue of the Supreme Court from the First
District of Illinois, to be held at Ml. Vernon, Ills.,
Thursday May n,16T, at S o'clock, p. m. The
various. County Central Committee will see that
delegate are 4hoscn to attend said convention, to
he selected In inch manner and at such times as the
Connty Central Committee may designate.
The representation in said convention will be one
delegate in each county for every 500 votes cast for
Jlon. Edward L. Cronkrit-' In 1HT8, and one for
every fraction of 250 or over. The eountlea com
posing said First Distikt will be entitled to the
following representation :
Pulaski kj linudolph.
Saline 4 St Clair ...
Colon 4 I Wabash.... i
Washington 3 Waviie
White 4 1 Williainou
W. W, Avers, Hardin ; J . F. Hall, Williamson;
Frank Lasatcr. Ramllt ia ; C. D. Threlkeld, Frank
Tin; Jami.-s Leeds, Wabash; Wm. A. Spann. John
o; John L. Handler, w avnc; G, Van Iloore
keke, Clinton : J. R.Williams. White; W. K.Foster.
Edwards; J. Y. Clemson, Pnlaskl; Thomas Boyd,
Terry; G. W. Andrews, Jsckson; Phil V. Field,
Pope; P. II. Kroli, Union; Thomas Wilson, Alex
ander; C. A. Keller, Jefferson.
A snow-white dove makes a daily habit
ot flying just behind the engine of a Mas
sachusetts passenger-train, and local ex
pectation is on tip-toe as to whether this
portends that the engineer is going to be
"killed in an accident, or fall heir to a for
tune, or what.
As bad as the Illinois Legislature is
acknowledged to be, the Pennsylvania law
makers arc still worse. Th'-y are not only
as lazy and ci irrupt as ours, but the other
night they indulged in a rough-and-tumble
light, Senators and members of the House
.participating in the unpleasantness.
Skjvator Oaklaxo made a speech the
other day in tho Senate of the United States
on tho constitutional power to pass a bill to
prevent thcntruduction of contagious dis
ees; and, iu the course of bis remarks,
aid that It would take the Kouth twenty
yeara to fully recover from tho yullow fover
epidemic of last year.
Thr Poeasiet "sacrifice" hat occasioned
a thnll of horror among enlightened peo
ple, tile world over. The stiry, briefly
told, Is this: One C. F. Freeman, of the
locality mimed, pretended that he was com-
roanti.fi to kin Iin tiv -ym.r-ol l daughter
Kdith, ami accordingly Mnbl -A her through
the heart with a butcher knit'.;, wliile hU
-was lying in bed.ourly cm-t tnovnin r. She
gave one scream nud Fri-cmon's
vife and tho child's mot ht was eonm-ntlng
to it, and sai l it wus dl i h und tutt
Abraham would rain' 1 1 c.lii.d m the next
Hundsy. Freeman is a mtlh-t anier, and
wont about his busln imis uaiial, waiting
three days for tho resurrecli i of his child.
The little ceremony nade a -t t . i i Pocas-
sjcLand Freiuian locked iiimsidi' in his
house, with his wifu and the little corpso
and his guns, and threatened to kill any of
the authorities who attemptod to enter and
interrupt his incantations. There has been
no account of tho child's coming to life,
and Freeman will have to render nn ac
count for his act. His friends say he is in
sane and uot accountable. Ifhuis insane
his wife must he in tho same state of dis
eased mentality. His mind is all right for
business. He simply carried his zeal and
faith a little too far, Unit's all.
THE MOST INFAMOUS RESOKT OF
That the Okolonn, Mississippi Southern
States is a creature of 'Republican strat
egy" is now well known. It was estab
lished in the South by the money of North
ern Republicans, to do precisely what it is
doiny. The party leaders who could forge,
in the name of the Democratic Central
committee, tho infamous "confidential ad
dress to true Democrats" that was circula
ted in this State on the eve of the last con
gressional election, is not damaged in rep
utation a particle by the Okolona venture.
Rut that the States is planted in the South
purposely to furnish fuel to "fire the North
ern heart" has been established beyond
controversy. As further proof in this di
rection, read the following letter written
by the editor of the Southern States to a
prominent Ohio Republican. It tells why
the ''States'' is circulated so largely among
Northern Republicans, and why it is copied
so extensively by Republican papers:
Office of the Sovthehn States,
Okoloxa, Miss., April 30, 1879. S
General.!. S. Hohlnson:
The papers have been sent agreeable to
The points are made red-hot this week,
and all of them will hit hard. It is advis
able to have them as extensively copied os
possible. W'c will mark them lor our
Congressman Fry regards it as a great
We will give them h 1 according to the
extent of the circulation. The larger the
subscription list the louder the thunder.
Yours with respect,
The Republican papers of the North arc
making a greut ado over the fact that the
law of Virginia against the intermarriage
of whites and blacks, has been enforced
against Edward Kinney, negro, and Mary
Hill, white. Had the white woman only
been punished, not a word had been said;
but to punish the negro that was an ou!
rage that once threatened the life of the
Republic! The facts are as follows: Ed
ward Kinney, negro, and Mary Hall, white,
went from Hanover, Virginia, to the Dis
trict of Columbia and were married ac
cording to law in Washington. They went
back to Hanover and were prosecuted un-
dor tho tntuto of tho ktutc of Virginia for
marrying and sentenced to five yeats each
in the penitentiary, to which institution
they were t:ikcn in April. Some parties in
terested themselves in behalf of this mar
ried couple, and the case is to be tried in
the United States court. The United States
district attorney took the matter in hand,
claiming that the conviction of the purties
by the sta'.-! court wus illegal, and as they
were declared lawful man and wife in the
District of Columbia, the marriage is valid
everywhere. He also takes the ground that
the law of Virginia torbidding the inter
marrying of the African and Caucasian
races is unconstitutional und void under the
recent amendments to the constitution of
the United States. So this case will bring
the Virginia law up fur trial in the United
The St. L-onis Republican explains the
hardships ot the Southern negro ami the
planter as well, in a manner that squares
with the facts as they actually exist. As that
paper says : "While the negro is a sufferer by
the vicious credit system that prevails in the
South more than any w here else in this
country, he is not the only one. The plant
er is a sufferer equally with him. and the
whole South exhibits the distressing ef
fect of the system. The southern press
in inviting immigrants to come to that
region, declares that the labor of a man on
the Louisana sugar plantation or in u Mis
sissippi cotton-field will bring nearly twire
as much money as on a grain firm in Iowa
or Illinois. This is only the iretically true;
it ought to do so, but it does not and the
explanation is that one-third to one-half
the fruits of man's labor iu Louisana and
Mississipgi in disipated and wasted
through tho practico of purchasing sup
plies on credit and mortgaging tho un-
grown crop in advance as security for the
debt. This is a perpetual clog on the plan
tcr's cujiital and on the colored man's labor.
Neitheran individual noraromrminity,Mug
geriug under a continual debt, can be pros
porous. In noma parts of tho South the
community is forever one y,..ftr behind-
hand. Tho whole product of tho country,
which ih t tic counn or sugar crop, in tnort.
gaged befiire it is gathered, and soiuu.
times, baforu it is planted, and tho plante
and the laborers work only to pay a dbt.
Neithor the pluntyr r t;lfl i)or,.r fftn
thrive undir such a ondition. The factor
charges tho planhr an enormous puce , for
furnishing him with supplies in advance
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING,
tho planter tries to transmit a shore of tho
burden to the colored laborers by charging
them 1 10 an aero rent for land hat is
worth fi; and, in addition to this, (ho ne
gro, not having any cash to pay lor tho
goods he needs fiom tho neighborhood
store, buys them on credit at 50 per cent
above the cash price. Like all there who
purchase on running credit, lie does not
know what he is doing, and at tho end of
the year is surprised and disheartened at
finding that it takes all tho crop to pay
his store bill, and ho has nothing to begin
the new year with." And year after year
tin's course ot improvidence continues,
both planter and laborer suffering severely
in consequence. The needed change will
bo hard to effect. It would require, in
deed, such industry and self-denial upon the
part of tho negro, that it cau hardly, bo
hoped for as one of the consummations of
the present generation.
There never lias been a time in the his
tory of this government and there never
will be while political parties exist, when
party delegations in congress will abandon
caucuses. By means ot caucuses each party
determines upon the lino of uction it will
pursue in the consideration of uieasnres,and
thus prevents confusion, delays and misun
derstandings. Rut for the work done in
caucuses the sessions of congress would be
continuous. They are absolutely essential
to party harmony and good government.
There never was a time when Republican
congressmen did not caucus. They are at
it to-day; but in the fact that Democrats
do the same thing; in the fact that Deruo
cratie. representatives hold daily or weekly
outside conferences to decide what is best
to do when the time for action comes,
our wonderfully timid Republican
friends see great danger to the
Republic! It is a "Jacobin club," that has
fearful designs upon the life of the nation!
For ninny years, now, the Republican party
itasv iv JV UJ I Mill il Hi Jl VIV.ClH'tH t-HUjjt
and it lias been a losing game from the
start. The people don't scare worth a cent
The honest Republican is disgusted tit the
pretense of his wordy representative that
the Democratic party that represents anoro
than three-fifths of the white people of the
country, should invoke ruin upon them
selves, while the average Republican looks
on, doesn't approve, out acquiesces. But
what else can tho Republican party do?
Long ago bankrupt in principle, the "crim
son nether garment" and the right and
power to render itself miserable and con
temptible, are all that arc left to it.
"The melancholy days have come, 'he
saddest of the year," because of the givnt
increase of suffering induced by colds,
coughs, asthma, etc., all of which Dr. Dull'
Cough Syrup will promptly relieve and
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will due Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not tliis a fair proposition. Price
lOcls. .-jOcts. and $1.00 per Utile. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you enn get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitali.er which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 7." t ts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and frngrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
WllEX the hand ot disease is laid heavily
upon uh, robbing life of nil iu pleasures,
anything that will afford relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light ullliction,
und that form of it known ns Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc
tions. Price o(J cents a bottle. For sale by
"Whither tire you bound T asked John
Moor, as he stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. The hit t-rt
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened tu reply";
"I have long suffered all the horrors nrWnv
from mi inactive liver, and nm goin tlu
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." ")()
such thing," said his friend, "when v,m
can Imy it bottle of portaline, or Tali.'
Liver Regulator for only ,10 cents, ami H,
permanently relieved. It will m,.. ,
pepsin, Heartburn, Sour Ktoinndi, si,
Headache, and all disorders of tliri,j(
liver." For sale by Barclay Bros,
A Card. To nil who are BUlli iin fni)1
the errors and Indiscretions of yun, n,.r.
VflllU U'fHlL I1..MU .M.l.t I
' viii ijr mri.nj, IWM, ,
hood, ic, 1 will send u recipe that will c,,0
you, FiiKii ok chaiuik. This great ,,,,,,
was discovered by a missionary jn
America. Send a self-addressed envelop,.
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station y v '
York City. ' Vw
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
THEN USE NEW YORK
fJandVK rol',r"' '"" r-trlrtly pure White Lead,
si OM a" auv o e 1 2 n? il fZi fuV"VluiSmh "'"'.Isomer and Cheaper and to last TWIf E
ami llnish : and thuv Mm! the c rs aid mixtures
ZV Xi ' "U" ?!'.v o.U-i It
Knmnle find free. ' "
rjLOSS OIL AND VARNISH COMPANY.
17H lYinco Street, New York.
CoiKiI, Coat-li, Furniture, Paniar and all other Varnishes,
Liquid and Japan Dryers and Gloss Oil.
tnir i heap Ciloss Oil Varuldi. for the juice, has no crjitnt in the market.
OUlt DIlYKltS AUK T1IK liKST,
Dryiiiick and will mix with all kinds or oil.
OUR VAHNISIIKS ARK TIIK BKST
And buve no equal ; so conceded by the trade.
Wchuve every 'facility to ninniirHf turn joods of (lr-t rliiss ijiialilv at the lowest prices, as we huv for
jirouipl cash ouly, and have lure experience In the Iuimiios and jjhe the i-aine jiersonal attention.
SAMPLES and quotation sent with pleasure at any time. Soliciting your orders wc rei.ain,
XEW YORK KXAMI'.L P.UST & VAKNISU CO.
OUR NEW INTO. 8
NO SIll'TTLE TOT11KKAD
I tuns Kribily,
ami 1 ftipidly,
The Best Sewing Machine in the World!
-Agents "Wanted lvoryv'liere.
W1IEELEU AVILSOX MAXUFACTUKIX(J CO.,
NO. 415 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
LIFE ASSUliASCJi SOCIETY
ASSETS, Jam'ahy 1, 1870,
(No Premium Notes.)
SURPLUS over Seven Million Dollars.
Tlic Jlost inijiortant question for those insuring their lives is "WHICH COM
PANY IS STRONGEST?"
Tin,- strongest einiijmny ih the one which
ASHKTS KOIl KVEIlY 1H)I,!.AU OK MAlilLITIEH.
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..i.i nwTi;ui:eii iiu(,-bi i. no i iinu i iiio.o
iii iinbl-ib ve.M ui.uiij; iiiciiHuiii iiotust; toiiiioiiiiicH, me Mjiiitulilu is mryt'st, heitii' 121,11!)
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The Hectiml lurgeHt n 110.77, und the third largest 1 17.112.
r?"Tlit,'H0 figures nro from Dif ollieial report of the New York Insurance l)l Jimt.
nient, June 1, 1878.
Grow nioro poimhir every lny, tind nro nmdu a Hjieciulty.
Wasiiingtox AvijNTK, Co. Twelfth Stjet,
MAY 10, A879.
just as von 7e presJ't '1'hero can he no 'r
once will surely do so .B. C Vou h ,m, ' .rivlfeie to
-,w,t, iAtVANT 4iHAKK
178 I'rlncu (Strurt, New York.
AWARDED A FIRST
St. Themis, fo.
has the most ijoi.i.aih ok wki.l .nviti:d
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v tuiiiijiii's oi me i Diietl Mutes, the ratio
A FREE TEST TRIAL
or ON EOF
HEALTH RESTORING PADS
will send one of our HEALTH IlEi-TOH:
1NU l'AUS to any Invalid allliiled with l.lver
t'oiiplalnt, CHII.I.H and KEY bit, INDICES
l'lON, I'OS'IIVENESS. Nervous lliadaihe,
Dysfepsla, Nervous lleblllly and Impure Wood,
If tuey will send us their svmptoiiis and ad
dress and ayrcu to send us i,wi if li iflcta
a curt) to their entire satisfaction, othetwiso
theru will Im' no chame. We will do this to con
vince the public ol the sujierlor value us a
OF OUlt PADS.
And that ther will do all we say. As this offer
will necessarily he limited Iu iiuinlier, we fcopo
therefore, an early application w ill he made. Ad
dress, ery Itesperlfullv Ytllirs.
UH.ti. W. FiililtES.
l?i Y.Un street. C'liiclimatl, t;h.o,
Tbyslclans iieak Iu Term of I'ralse In fuvor of the
Cini innati, June i:r,
Having had someroiislderahle inijuaiiiliinc i- with
the operation of the Tail, I cuu i mn li iirii.iulv
recomim iid It as nn i'sn Hi nt ri un ih In nil the on'
eases fur which JJr. Korhesromiseis li nrv.
I)U. J. JIAI.I.OWKI.I..
TU Ihutw Mrei 1. 1 liicini.a'.l.
What lti-v. Joseph Emery, the wi ll knonu I i!y
Cincinnati. June :, ".
Havir,',' had a lone acquaintance wilh Dr Furln-s,
I am satislli-d Ihat whatever he recommends he iluta
so cu.'iscleuciously, aim III lirovc nil tln v r.ni.
HEv. JOSEI'll EMEJ'.Y.
Extracts from a few of the .Munv Ei-iiers fret; v.i.tly
received at the Uffl e.
Om says: -I feel that vour l'ad have mv,-,l mv.
l'f'' ' Another says: "Your I'ad lias just rea Led
my case. It has entirely removed my rostlvei.em
and coiipqueiit Mi k lleinUi he." Another writes:
our I'ad atlemied strictly to lni-ines. an I in
furty eiu'ht lioiirs I f It :k well as ever." Aivitl.er:
"Y'liir I'ad liasrured me of llillioini,es and a tor
Jiiil I.iver. I am Letter than I have been ti iw-nty
years" Mill another sas: 1 t ae endured all the
Imrni's -row liif out of a tordd l.lver ind Iji. ;i-ia.
Alt'Tiisins your pad ail these ills lett m'e one.
mure:--"I Line uwi our I'ads with perfec tlv ,:.
laeiury resul.s. and churft.lly recouieud th' i.-i to
FEVER AM) Atil'i: I'M.
(JURE RY ARSOKITIOX!
Without DoNiiiy; The RetterWav.
LIVER AliUE I'AII
Medicinal Absm jitiv
R0DV A. FOOT PLASTERS
Mpilicatt'd Foot ah.
' Thss remedies which are the sole exnnen:- of
the Cure by Ahscrptlon are niipimed tn lius:uj hnv:
been proved the cheapest and Shut Eflei dial I'.ern
dy for all Mseases Arislncfrotu .Malaria or a di-cr"
dreed Stoinai h or I.iver. and It is a well known fi t
that liearlv all Hie di-eai s tl.ct uttiuk the 1,: :; kii
body can he traced directly or indiiiitly tu t:.i ..,
orirsas It Is known Ly actual experience that there . i;o
disease that attaeks the vmiih mid adult in hot it f.x
es that can even be modified by the u-e ot i.
but that can be ai ted on in a far more aii-! e 'tv
and permanent manlier by the HoLMAN IHEiC
rADlO. S HEMEDIES.
Xt 1 1 1 1 1 t v li -mm ' im -m b ' i 1 1 ; 1 1 1 y .
kliowW-illIi'il to l.n Jli-.Vouclt In"
1 fiich ol' Mcdii-iiic, hiivc ln--n Sav
ed under the Mild Aclii uinfThosfi
If questioned, send for orr pamj, hli t. "Natur--
Laws," jri vl nu extended inlonnatiou and tei.:ino
nlals from the tlrrt people .of the coutitrv. Mailed
'I he remedies are. sent bv man, post pant, on tu
cbipt of priee, except the Salt, which is sent by i
Jin ss at iiurehaser's i xoelise.
Consiiliatloii free, and ollclted at our office, or
by mall, Hiving full disi rlptloti of your case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICK LIST.
liKGl EAlt rAU-t'J HO;' fnciplent diseases, f;-t
stages Chilla and Kcrer, eto
M'EclAI, I'AD-j:i no; Chronic Elver and Stu:n-
ai h Disorders, and Malaria.
SI'I.EKN MaT-jr. ill; Enlarfed Spleen ::d
. I.iver and Chill Cake.
INTANT I'AD 81 .71; I'reventatlvo and rora .f
Cholera Infantum and hummer
j Auxiliaries' for Nerviris
HiHlYI'I.ASTEliS-.VX'. . ami Clrcu'atlve Troiih
Mes throw im; oil oh
l our " juilr 50c I striictioni und retnov
I In.' pains
' Auxllarv fur colds. Sick
AIlSdlll'TION SAI.T -1 Hicadiicli". t-umbiu ss of
box '.'.V; (1 boxes, $l.i')J extremities, etc.
For further Information as lo ill-ea-r reai hi d ' y
the I'ad and Its Auxiliaries, consult our piimt L!m.
HOLM AX LIVKR PAD CO.,
lintims , and :i, Singer llulldln.', st. Louis, Mp
1 G. SCI I LJJ I ,
j lt lioctii'y.
SoleAirent for the sale of the IIOI.MAN L1YFH
Ohtained for new Invetitlons, or for l!iiprovemi':tt
ou old ones; for mcillcul or other com pounds, trau.'
markM and labels. Caveats, Asiduiiineuls, Inter
fereiices, Appnils, SiiIih fur lniriiit;eineiits, and
all cases arising under lint I'aleut Laws, prompt.
Iv attended lo. Invenllons Hint have Len
tJ V 1 1t'( 'T V li ''' l''1"'1" xi'iv still,
1 1I I A1. I il' u uiiisl cases, be Ihi I 1 1 ieil Ivy
UK. llelnit ol'l'oslle Ihe T. H. I'alelil Iienurlluetit,
and enjtaui'd Iu 1'iilent business exclusively, we cm
make closer searches, and secure I'atentii nioro
jironiptly, and w lili broader claims, than those twin
are remote from U iishlnclon.'
i T vnvrniN"'1"1"," ,","(,,', "rettb of
11 T Jii.x I VJlO yoiir device! wit make ex
aminations unit advise as to niileutiililllty, r f
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