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SHORTEST SHORT LINE
We Have Come to Stay!"
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X Louis and F.a-t r4. Iuu. ' with ail other
lines to toe irtli, fceaat awd Heat.
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J. L. HIN'CKLET. lieceral Snraerintendent
J. A. WR Oeneral Passenger Agent-
J"H" F'.IIT, Agent. '
CAIRO & VTNCENNES R. R.
THE SIlORTEiT ROUTE TO
Evansrille, Indiacapollj. Cincin
nati and Louisville,
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Oeii KaAi.Ae't General Sup't
0"Fyr inXurmaUoa restive to rate and oon
btcuou., apiy lu JAilt- JUOCS,
T1E OXLV DIRECT BOVTE TO
thli Line PaWfDurn are Landed at
Ceuteunial l.rounda, or at llroad and l'in
Mreeu, in vkiuity o! tha Letwlin)r bottl. in
r-hiladelj.hia, a they mayprtftr. Holder of
can stop orr
And vWt the Government Buildings, and the
njiny object, of inleresU in and about Washing
ton City . i raveler. di-u ing
A ly.ili Yiiivti, iii CssfsrtiVj Trip,
Should rtiiiuuUr Uiat the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I. Celebrated 1'oriU
Elatract Coachen, Splendid Hotels, Orand
aid Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Scenery, and the many point of
Historic Interest Along
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As h A:j C'-:r lb
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
P:!:::r:l wesisn. i:i E::i:r: Cities.
FOR THROltJH TICKETS. llAUtiOACE
llietlu., Muveiueut ol Iraiua, Meei.ing t r
Aowiiniuodaliimii, At-,. 4, api.ly at 'licket
Oflioe.at all J'riuci,l 1'oinu,
NOKTH, SOUTH, EAST OK WEST.
E. U. DORSET,
1 HOH. I. BARRY,
Weatcrn I'aaa'g'r Agt.
I.. M. COLE,
C.en'1 Ticket Agt.
THOS. U tUARI',
Maatrr of Tran.p'a.
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WILD I IHCH i0M.
Jo.t wliat ia wanted. ent l-oent aUmp
ireuiar to EMl'lliE t'OUlAliLE FORCE C
I ivy, Kew Yoik.
this rAvvn is on nvB with
W hare AdvertlslD tvatracta cava be
A convention ol tba Democrats of the
Eighteenth Congresxional district of Illi
&oi, is horebj- called to meet In the court
bouee, at Cairo, on TuejJay, tbe 1ft day of
Atigu't, 18T, at 1 o'clock, p. in., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for con-
gro, and for tbv transartion of inch other
bu-ine-s m may properly be transacted by
The Ie.o?rts of the several counties of
the district are hereby requested to appoint
delegates to sstd convention on tbe follow.
ing bai : One delegate for each one hun
dred vote and the fraction of one hundred
votes more than fifty. ct for Hon. Wm.
Uaitzcll, at the election hell in November,
1?74, as follow, to wit :
Canto. July 5, 176 K. Bbusj,
Chairnian CongreiODxl District Com
DEMOCRATIC EX4TORIAL DIR.
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial district, for tbe
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidates for the boue of the Gene
ral Assembly, will be held in Masonic haU,
Jcnesbero, on tbe Sd day of Au;ast, ls"6.
Tb DemocntJ of the several counties
of the dirtrict, 111 appoint delegates on
the basis of one delegate for everv one
Lun'Jred vo:es cat for Hon. Wm, Hartzell,
ia tVe aid cou&ties, at the election held in
November, 174, and one delegate lor every
fraction of one hundred votes more than
fity, as lo'Jows .
Alexander 9 delegate.
Jackson .i.; delegates.
t"mon ic delegate.
The Dem'xriti ol the above-named coun
ties are hereby requested t j apjiolnt dele
gates to the i ouvention in accordance irlth
tbe term of tbit call.
InviFtwivn JmIt 1 1 -
T. r. Iionro.v,
Cb.irman Democratic Senatorial District
Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at Ml. Louis, Jane 2H, 176.
We. the !levatea r.r tka .l.mAn..l.
party of the L niied .States, in national cou-
. MBtmuicu, uo uereuy declare the
adliunuitration at f.Hur.i
- . v . w gtfttiUUlCUl
to be in urgent need of Immediate reform;
-v ci.jviu upon iue nominees ot till,
convention, and ot tbe democratic party in
each tstate, a zealous eflort and o-opera-tion
to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our fellow-citizens of every former political
connection to undertake with us thUlim
an 1 most pressing patriotic duty.
THE fNlOW, TBI CON8TITCTIOK, RtPLBU-
For the democracy of the whole country,
we do hereby realtmu our faith in the per
manence of the fwlri n.i. . .
to the constitution of tha United fctates,
amei-umenis universally accepted
as tbe linal settlement of the coutroverhies
that .engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our ateadtast confidence in the perpe
tuity of renublican selt-Kovernment.
1HI FIRST CENTLKY.
In absolute acquiescence In the will of
the majority the viui principle ol repub
lics; la tbe supremacy of the civil over the
military authority, in the total separation of
cburch and slate, lor tbe sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in tbe equalit ot
all citizens before iust laws ol their own en
actment; in tbe liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of tbe rising generation,
that they may preserve, enjoy and tranmuit
these best conditions of human happiness,
ami lintm n hahibl il.a iw.i.i,.... ......... . 1
a hundred years ot changeful bi.tory; but
while upholding the boiiilol our union and
Kreat charter 01 thetta irrt riui.iu 1. 1.
W".?-.peP,w 10 I'Mcti.e also that
u.i . jbititcu nutcu ia uiu pi ice vl
HBVORM COBKL'PTION CK.NTRALI8M.
in tbe hearts ot the whole people tbe union,
cicicu -ear. uappiiy rescued irom the
danger of a secession of bUtes but now to
he aaveii from a -nrrniit ju.Rtr.iHi.n. l. 1 . l.
after Inflicting upon ten States the rapacity
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey combed
tll flttllJ. fit tllM loill'Pl.1 f.i.unm . .
- . .v.tiuuirui list'll
with incapacity, waU and fraud; infected
oisirs iuu uiuuit'iaiiiirH WHO itie CO lit
giunof luitrule, ua lucked lt the roi.
lirif Of IIIilNUtrlnua nannl (rt
ralysis of bard times.
REFORM OF THE t'l'RREKCY 81'KCIE
Ktunn Is necessai y to establish a sound
.una... . k . . . k 1 : . . .
i,,,,tmi .vi-t.fiw His puouc creuii and
maintain the natlrkn.l honnp W-
the tailura for all thnaa .Ut.n ... .
make itood tha nromi-ie of tii iAn.i..
. 7 . J SOIl UJ
notes, which are a changing standard of
-iu mn uauua vi iue people, and me
nou payment or w hich la a disregard ot the
C'.ismwku iwilu ui iui iiauoo.
We denouuca tba Uunrovtdcnce which in
eleven year of peace has taken from tba
IJ""l'"ii ' tuuerai waes, vuirtoeB times the
whole amount or tha legal tender notes
and squandered foui time, tht, sum la use
less expense, without accumulating anv re.
serve tor their redemption. We denounce
the tuanial Imbeoihty and Immorality of
that party which, during eleven years of
peace, ha made no advance toward re
demotion; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, has obstructed resumption bv
wasting our resources and exbaultinir all
our surplus income, and while anuuallr
professing to intend a speedy return "to
ici payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as mien a hindrance
wa denounce the rt sumption clause of the
act or ,., and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of tr
naration. by puMln economies, by official
icirTDciiuicni, ami ny me nnances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its pctfect ability and it
perfect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ai me can 01 me creditor entitled 10
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all. entrusted t- competent
nana tor its execution, cre.it ng at no time
an artificial scarcity of currency, and at no
time alarming the publio mind into a with
drawal of that vast machinery of credit by
which fCt per cent, of nil our business trans
actions are performed: a system open to
tbe public and inspiring peaeral confidence,
would, from the day of Its adoption, bring
healing on its wings to all our barrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and tha mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources tha prosper
ity 01 me pcopio.
REFORM OF TUB TARIFF FR IK TRADE.
17form Is necessarv In the sum and mode
of fedenl taxation, to tbe end that capital
may ba set tree from distrust and lab .r
lightly burdened. We denounce tba pres
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a ma't r piece of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising reveuue. It
bss impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purcbae tbe products of American l.bois;
it his degraded American eomnierce iroiu
tbe hrst to an interior rank unon the biyli
seas; it has cut down the sale of American
manufactures at home an 1 abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed bv halt our neonle. It
casts tbe people five tim s more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
ef production, and wastes the fruits ot la
bor; it promote fraud, fosters smutrflinir.
enriches dishonest otlicials and uankriiKH
boneM merchants. We demand that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
B EFORM KCOXOM Y IS I t BLtC EXPENSE.
Stcm Is neceary in the scale of public
expense federal. taie and municipal.
tur federal taxation has swollen from sixtv
millions gold, in 1mi, to lour hundred and
flity millions currency, in 1?j70. Ouratcre
cte taxation. Irom one hundred and Vitv-
four million gold in IttiO, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currencv in l70: or. In
one uecaae, irom ie4 than nve dollars per
- iw more man eijjateen uonsr per head
?.nce ine peace the pcoole have raid to
taeir tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum 01 the national debt, and more than
twice that mm tor tbe federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous fruealitv in
every department, and from everv Hiker
01 me government.
REFORM FCBLIC LANDS TO ACTCaL CRT-
M BffHtirt til nnt ntnn IntSa
pron jrate waste of the public lands and
. . - - -f .v.uv
their oivtmon from actual settlers bv tbe
pirty tn power, which has souandered
-j.'o,.",ia"j acres upon rauroaus alone, and
u amount 01 more man ID rue that aeirre-
ua- uijx-sej 01 less man a sixtn di
rectly to the tiller of the soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS. REJECTED
Rf:-rn, is necek.-s.rv to cor.-ect the ommi.
sion 01 a republican comrressand the errors
of our tretie and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-auzens of foreign
birth and kindred race. recroMinc tha At.
lanuc, ot tbe shield of American cit-zen-ship,
and have exposed our hrethcrn of the
Pacific coat to the incursions of a race not
sprung irom the same great parent stock,
and, ia fact, now by law denied citizenship
through naturalization, as being neither ac
customed tt tba traditions of a progressive
civilization, nor exercised in libertv under
ejual law. We denounce the policy which
thus discards the liberty-loving German
and tolerate the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purrows, and Mongolian men held to per
form sirvi e labor contracts.
THE FAL6E f-ECTARIAlf ISSCE THE FALsE
litf'rm is necesnarv. and can never ha ef
fected only by making it the controllint.'
issue ol the elections, and lifting it above
' I - .. .. l.u lllk.U UC UU1I.C
holding class and the party in poster seek
to smother it.
r'u-st the falsa is-ue with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in resne. t
to the public schools, ot which tbe e-tablinh-ment
Rnd support belorig exclusively to
tbe several States, and which the demo
cratic party bas cherished from their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for anv class.
sect or creed, and without contributing
from tbe treasury to any.
Second The false i-sue by which they
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunitedU
on one indivisible republic aud a commonV'
REFORM THE CIVIL SERVICE.
H'f jrm is necessary in tbe civil service-.
experience prove that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental busine- is
not possible if it civil service be subied tn
change at every election, be a prize fought
tor at the ballot box, ba a brief reward of
party zeal, instead or post of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither Da a
tax upon tbe time of all our public men,
.v.. M9 imh.i umciii ui men aiuoiuon; uere,
again, profes-ion fabilied In the preform
ance, a test that tbe party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORMCORRUPTION OF HIGH I'CBMC
Rtjurm Is necessary even more in tbe
higher grade of the public service. Tbe
pre.ideut, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and eabintt officers and ull
others in authority are tbe people" serv
ants; their office aro not a privute perquisite--they
are a public trust.
When the annals of this riTkiiV.Hr. wimw
tha disgrace and censure of a vice i.reui.
dent; a lata speaker ot the house ol repre
sentative marketing bis rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senator profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of tbe leading committees of tbe late house
ot representatives exposed in jobbery; a
lata secretary ot the treasury torging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public iunds; a
secretary of tbe navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off the proliu
of contractors wPh hi department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
trainu iw i,n revenue; a secretary of
war lmpeachea for high enines and mls.le.
mcanors, the demonstration is complete
that the lirst steo in reform must be the
people s cho ca of honest men from another
party, lest tbe disease of one political or
gamzation infect tbe body politic; and lest
by making no change or men or parties wa
can get uo change or measure and no real
REFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuse, wrougs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years of tbe ascendancy
or tbe republican party, create necessity
for reform, confessed by republican them
aelves, but their reformers are voted down
In convention and displaced from tbe
cabinet; the party's mas of honest voters
Is ipower.es to resist the eighty thousaud
officeholders, its leader and guides.
Jitfvrm can onlv be hail 1.17 ....,.,. 1
clvlo revolution. Wa demand a change of
luiiuuusuuu, m ruange ot party, that wa
may have a change of measures and of men.
CO-All for 31.00.
Tf? rKut heeU of Choice atiisie arranged
lor the Piano Forte will be sent by mailonlS
aiST'i through any new.
wh'v,'!,1i'i7i'"t,u'1111 Tom Brown
Faro V, ihw or'fe, t-'larible
7 hen Old Jrr ksoa had hi lia wiZilttT.
1-he Urand old FarmT.." Wt?.'tr1"!
lo sou Reall, Tuiak he Did.
lJFSbTP,? ""J - Hitchcock, Pub
Ushers, -K, ilurd Avenue . y. t-t-ikm.
The Cairo Biitin
Picture Finuting Ilcadqtmrtc
Northwest Corner TwRlfYVi
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
.More Comphte JOB
tl W7:..' o.r... . .. . r .
,., VJJll c ,wl ln ny UJ
side of St. Louis. Jl !$ entitled to and
zens of Cirr and all the country contiguous (Jvrrto.
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS,
BLANK'S OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL nAND HILLS,
F.vprythiner in the Printing: Line, at the Very
Orders siid us, addnsnd to "The Cairo Bull tin Company, Cairo,
Illinois," trill write prompt attention.
Tltere is no hind of Binding required by this community that cannot he
done at the Bulletin Cairo City Bindery in the lest of style and at One lowest
If you hate Pamphlets you xcish
If you have Magazines to be hound, send them in.
If you Jiave Music to be bound, st nd it in.
If you ftne Blank Boohs, icith or icitlcoiit printed headings, we can man
ufacture them for you.
If you hate Ruling to be done,
The Biuderv IS in cluirac of Mr.
" " -
workman, xchosc b-votion to his business and the promptness xcith which lie
turns out tliA best tf viorlt, entitle him to all the patronage that Oiiro has in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEP.ARTMENT:
luning Purchasi d the Compltte
Framing apparatus of the late firm of
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornices,
and do all kinds of work in this line.
If you hive Cltromos, bring them to vs Jor mounting and framing.
If you Jiave Picture of any kind bring them to us, and at a trifling ex
pense tee will make them ornaments for your rooms and dwellings.
PUT Orders addressed to E. A. BURNETT, will be promptly attended to.
Patronize Home enterprise ;
Give tho Old Man and the
MINTING ESTABLISHMENT than
lm Clll,,t of Ui4t jumiuippi I allty, out
should wite the support of the citi-
to preserve, ttnd them to us for binding.
tee .can do it in the best style on the
AMBROSE W. PYA TT. a fLtit.rate
- J I
Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Rockwell & Co., we are now prepared
Young Man a Chance !
Tl.e 4uirkeM. Nnml itai.l
I'hyslrians n-onnimenit. .ml 4ri-i... .i.i.
that iki such remedies have ever In-lnre been in
use. VVords are cheap, but the proprietors ot
theseai tides will ptvwnt trial bottles to medical
men, gratis, as a gnar.iiitce f wh.it they say.
lllr.CE TALK l.IM.MEM , Whits WaP
rH, will cure Rheumatism, eiirulgia. Emu
bag". is,J"'. .Vr llre.sls, Sore iUs,
rmsteil reet. ChilliUn. su...inn. u. '.. .
and any ordinary '
SLBsll, HON OB HIS. I. AILMKVT
Vc make no tiretense that iln .rti. l. . ;n
cure ' cancer, restore lost bones, or give health t.i
a whisky soaked carcass, but it will alwavs re
duce inllanmmtiou mid llv i.nin
. I II
-viy wile tins bad rlieiim.nfi.iii t..r nr.
no rest, no sleep-could anan-ely walk actos. the
nm.r. hbe is now completely cured by the use
ol Centaur Liniment. SVC all lJ thankful to
yon anil recommend your Wonderful nu-.li.-ii..
all our friend.
lames ilurd, of Zauesville, Ohio, says- "I he
Cenlaur Liniment cured my Neuralgia "
Altred Tuah. of ew.rk Uritfii ; ,S.tiil e
one dozen bottles by exnress. J h I.inim..t
ha. saved my leg. I want to distribute it, Ae,."
ine saie 01 this Liniment is increasing ran.
if 1 r . 1
The Yellow Centaur Iliniment
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscle of
H.lHsr.S, Mixas AWU AXIMAUS.
We have never vet seen a rim i.r si..vln
Sweeny, Rinjc-lloue, Wind-Call, .Scratches, or
l'oll-Evil, which this Liniment would not
sslily benellt, and we never saw but a few
caea which it would nut cure Ir Hill Mm.
when anytbinir can. Jt I. tolly to siiend tut
a tamer, when one dulinr's worth of Centaur
Liniment willdo better. The following Isa sam
ple of tbe testimony produced:
v . y. itopkiDS, t'ostma.ter, fiqua, O , savs:
"Centaur Liniment can't be beat. It cure.
every time. '
vaiAiKTOV, O., March S.1S74.
'The Centaur Llnimeuta are the L-MtRellinv
metlicinen we have ever had. 'the ilemand ia
very pmit lor it, and we cannot afford to be
"P. II. HLSK A SON."
Jr.rraiu.oa, Mo., ov. Hi, 1S73.
'Some time auo 1 wa. Bliiuuinir horse, to sil
Ixuis. I got one badly cnuiileil in tbe car.
w ith treat didiculty I itot him to the stable..
Tbe suible keeper irave ine a bottle of your Cen
taur Liniment, which 1 used with such .access
that in two.lii the horse was active and nearly
well. 1 have been a veterinary surjreun lor
thirty years, but your Finiment beau anything
1 hae ever used
"A. J. M'CAIM V Veterinary Burfreon "
For a miauucei'. amp we wi.l mail a Centaur
Almanac, containing hundred, of certiorate,
irom every nisie in ine 1 num. 1 beae l.ini
ttieut. arv now sold by all de.er. in the country
iaaioratory 01 .j. ji. i.tir. a
Oar til. , .V Vona.
Oast or ia.
lr. Samuel FibJier, of Ifvannis. Mas. .. ei
lierimentol in his private ttractice, fur twentv
yean, to proaluce a numbin.tion that would have
me prniwrtiea or CASii DK oil, without Its un
plMMant taste and rripios; eflwt.
His preparation was Kent for. near and far
till finally he nave it the name of t jmtona, aa
put It up for silt. It n v.-rv wonderful in ita
effea'.t., part i.mlarl y wiffi tha diMorl-re.l .loin
aa.ua Mild uuM.ld ui ciiil'lmai. la A mi - a
TUB F.iOO. Cure, .our nf.ioitu'h and Tavkml
rt-milatea the bowels, Expels Wunas, and may
be reliel upon in croup
A a pleanant, effective, and irfectly safe
timamc remt-.iv, it is superior to CiastorOll,
uiniian anu syruos ic aom not contain alro
iioi, ano is aupU'i 10 any aire,
liy regulating the stomach and bowels
cross and sickly children, they become -ood
nature.) and healthy 'I he ranenlov al.-ei.. and
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