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AMES JOHNSON, Affect.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
We Have Come to Stay!'
TUE train oftuis eimioy connect at Pt
Louis and Ltt. Louie, with all other
line to the rth, I rMl aud to rat.
Lear Cairo ... ...
Arrive at t . Lout
J .20 p.m.
Leave East St. Louis :4.1 a.m.
Arrive at Cairo 4 J p.m.
J. L. HIXC'KLEY. General Superintendent
J. A. WE.V1Z, tneral Passenger Agent
J"HX I'H.uirr Agent.
C IR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SIMRTEsT ROUTE TO
Evansrille, Indianapolis. Cincin
Lti and Louisville,
BINNING TUUOfGII BY DAYLIGHT.
The Shortest on J Quickest Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Making Cose C nnections with the
Jiai " to the tat.
.WDIAJtAFOLIS AUD CIUCIKSATI KXrHfcSS.
Leave Cairo - .oo a. m
Arrive at Carml ..
Arrive at V inoennea -
TIA ST. LOl'IS AMD OCTHZ.A!!TKIUf KAtLHOAO.
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Arrive at Indianapolis t So p. m.
VIA OHIO ADD Mllil!sirri HAILBOAS.
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Arrive at Cincinnati - B :16 "
Arrlviaat Lounville - s:ln "
Leave Indianapolis...-....- ':) a m
lave Cincinnati 7:oo "
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Leave tvuncville a.m.
Arrive at CariQi 4:iS p.m.
Arrive at Cairo :00 "
F. A. KILLER, H. L. MOKEILL,
Gen' I'ass.Ax't. General Snp't
fyFor infonuation relative to rates and con
nections, apply to JAMES KIGUH,
in mm cEKTEsmi equts.
THE ONLY DIRECT BOUTK TO
this Line Pneenreri ars Landed at
entenniul (irounda, or at liroad and fine
Mreei, in vicinity ot the Leadiujr hotel in
1-liilailelplita, as thev tuayjireftr. Holders of
CAS STOP OFT ATTIIL
And vii-it the tiovernroent I'tiildin(ts, and the
ruinv object of interests in and about Wa.ihinK
tou City. . i revelers dmiiiDi:
A Spstdj, FleiaUt, ni Cosforia.lt Trip,
Should r ijh inlx r llit the
BALTIMORE L OHIO R
Zletrsmt Coachee.Splendid Hotel. Orand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Scenery, and tha many polnta of
Historic Interest Alontc
Aj it L Cito lit'
PUIXUAM PALACE CARS
?ri&ciil T.slen id ivh: Cities.
lKJK lltKOCGII 11CKETS. BAtiGGAt.E
X' Check. Movement ol 1 rains, bleeping t ar
Aneommodatiunt, Ax , apply at Ticket
uuimu u rrinupai 1'oinU,
NORTH, SOUTH. EA8T OK WEST.
E. R. DOUSEY,
Weatarn faaa'c'r Aict.
L. M. COLE,
tien'l Ticket Agt
THoS K. hllAKH.
Maater of Tranxp'n
Si 6 FORGES
No Belts or Bellows.
wax wild i-ncK now.
last what Is wanud. esd 1-oent lUmn
ireuiar u LMl'lI.E 1'OKTAtiI.E FjK.; 0
nr, N "ik
this rxrrn is on file with
Wkue AcHertlsla; CtatratU mm be
DKMorRATir rowtiREstsioaf al
A convention ol the Democrat i of the
Eighteenth Congressional district of 1U1
no), Is hereby oiled to meet in the court
bouse, at Cairo, on Tuesday, Mie 1st day of
August, 1570, at 1 o'clock, p. m.. for the
purpo-c of nominating a candidate for eon
jrrcs, and for th- transaction of such other
bu-inc-s as may properly W transited by
The le.o:rts ol the sever! counties of
the district are'hercby requested to appoint
delegate s to said convention on the lol'ow
Ing basis: One de.riitc lor each one hun
dred votes aud the fraction of one hundred
votes more than fifty. cat for Hon. Win.
Htrtzcl.', ai tbe tl'ctton hrl J in November,
i74, as follows, to w it :
Caiko, Jul U, i
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial district, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidates tor the houe of the Gene
ral A.eemtily. will be held in Masonic hill,
J nest-oro, on the 3d day of Au,'ut,
Th Democrats of the seveal counties
of the district, UI appoiut delegates ol
the basis of one delegate for every on
hULdred vo.es Cjt for Hon. Wm. Uartell,
la the said counties, at the election held in
November, 1874. and one delegate tor erery
(i'clin ol one hundred votes more than
fi'ty, follows :
Alexander 9 delegates.
Jackson 10 delegate.
Union lt dtlegates.
The Dem icriU ol the bove-namel coun
ties are hereby ieUtsted t appoint dele
gates to the convention in accordance vith
the term of this eU.
JoNESBono, July S. lTc.
T. K. Hot'lov,
Chiirman Itemot-ratic Senatorial District
Official Text as Reported by the
Ailoplrtl at fit. Louin, Jnae 2, 1ST 6.
We, the delegates of the democratic
party of the United states, in national con
vention aasemblrfd, tlo hereby declare the
administration of the federal government
to be in urgent need or immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
contention, and ot the democratic party in
ecu State, a zealous etlort aud o -operation
to this end, and do hereby appeul to
our fellow-citizens of every former po itkal
connection to undertake with u. ihiitiret
and moat preasing patriotic duty.
TIIK CNIO.V, THE CONSTITUTION, HEM IlLt
For tte democracy of the whole countrv,
wc do hereby n aflirin our laith in the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
to the const itution of the United htates,
with its ameLdtneuts universally accepted
aa the final HPlt'enient of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our steadiaH confidence in the peric.
tuitv of renubiican scll-eovcrnnient.
1UK HReT CENTt KV.
In abiolute aculesceui in the will of
the majority the tital principle ol repub
lic; in the supremacv of the civil over the
military authority, in tae total teparation of
church and state, lor the take aiike ol civil
and religious freedom; iu the equality ol
alt citizen befi re just law of their ow n en
actment; in the liberty of individual con
duct, unvex' d by sumptuary lawn; )n the
faithful education of tUj rising generation,
that they may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these bent coudltion ot human hannim...
and hope we behold the noblest products ol
a hundred years ot ebangalui hi-tory; but
while upholding the bond ol our union and
great charter of lbci.e great rights, it be-
eternal vigilance which It tliu price ol
BKt'OKM COHRl'll KN CKN I K AL1M
J.'tform U necessary to build and establish
in the heart ot the whole people the tiuion,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secession ot (states but now to
Do saved irom a corrupt centralism, which,
after inflicting upon ten htates the ranaci' v
of carpet bag tyrannies, has bouev cointd
me omcea oi tue leuerai government its., i
witn incapacity, wait and fraud; infected
Mates and municipalities with the conta
gion of mi -rule, and locked fast the pros
perity ui an iiujusinous people IU tue pa1
ralysi of hard time.
THE t rilKKSC V M KC IE
Rtform is nercsaal y to establish a sound
currency, res'ore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We deuouuee
tue failure lor au mesa eleven year to
make good 'he promise of th Ifgal tender
notes, which ne I changing standard of
vam - in the bauds ol the People, aud l he
mwm payiueni Ol ft men la a ui-KgaTd of the
Plithwd 'aitb ol the nation.
W'a denouiic tha improvidence which in
eleven year of peace Las taken iroui the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
w hoi amount of the hg, tender notes,
and .Uudered oui times this sum in use'
less expense, without accumulates sn re
aerve lor their redemption. We denounce
tha financial Imbecility and immorality of
that paity which, uutlng eleven years of
demotion; uo preparation lor resumption"
uuv. . . , u is on.irucu-u resumption bv
wasting our reaourcea and x)iu.tin- afl
0'ir surplus Income, and while ar.uSaUv
prolesaiug to luUud a speedy return to
cl pavment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances tbere'o aa such hindrance
We denounce the rtsuinption cUue of the
act or li.i. ana we demand Its repeat.
We demand a Juulcious system ol pre
paration, by public economies, by official
retrenchment, and by the finances which
ball enable the nation soon to Mire the
whole world of ita pel feet ability and it
perlect readiness t meet any ot Its prom
he at the call of the creditor entitled to
We believe such a sytem, well devised,
and. above all. entrusted f competent
h.tad' for It execution, crest m at no time
an artificial scarcity ol currency, and at no
time alarming the public mind into n with
drawal of that vat machinery cf credit by
which IK per cent, ol nil our hmines trans
actions are Perloimed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general coniidence,
would, from the day of its adopt on, bring
healing on its wings to all our harrassed In
dustrie, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in sll it national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
RFIOKM Or 1IIK TARIt F FKKR TRADE.
Hrf-in.i Is necearv In the sum and mode
of leder. l taxation, to the end that capital
may be set Iree trout distrust and lab r
lightly burdened. We denounce tho pres
ent tariff .evied ttpan nearly tour thousand
articles a a ma't r piece of injustice, tn-
eij'iiltty and f-se preten-e. it yields a
dwindling, uoi a yearly ruing revenue, it
hss impoverished many Industries to ut-
sidi.e a few ; it prohibi s imports that niiht
purchase tue ptoducts tl American I. burs;
it Its degraded American aanuucee nom
the lirst to an Interior rank upon the lugti
sea; it has cut do n the sales of American
mr u'actures at home an I abroad, and de
pleted the return of American a-rlui!turc,
an industry followed by hall oar people It
cst the peocle five tii'n s more than it pre.
duces to iho treasury ; obstruct tli proc.s
of production, and "wastes the littitscl la
bor; it ptomotes friii. I. fot,rs Miiuggling.
enricbts ili-jionet etMciil. and bankrupt
Cr.oet merchsnti. We dem nd tint all
euetom houe fixation elull lc onlv lor
FKMiR.M K o.voMV IN ITKI.H' KM'KNsK.
.)"r. is m;oeary in the t ale ol public
evpiiisc ffticral. ta-e and munhipal.
ur lf"lersl taxation ba swollen from sixty
mdlioii) gold, in 1-sJo. to lour hti'idted and
fl;ty miilioc currency, in 1M. utiragrc
ttc taxation. It out or r hunlred and nity
Kur million fold in I), to M-veu liumlied
and thirty millions utr in y ia l7u; or, in
one ilecade. Irom le tbuti the dodars jer
bead to more than eighteen dolls' s per head.
ioce the itace the piopi- have paid to
tjeir tax-gatherers more than lhnce the
uiu oi the rational cel l, and lu'jre than
twice that sura lor the loderal government
alone. We demand a vigorous irugalitv in
every de partment, and Irom cv ery otr! : r
ol the government.
REFORM rt nl If LvNDt TO ACTUAL KT-
Htf .m is necessary to put a stop to the
protl gate wa-te of tlie .u'l:c lands and
llieir oivtr-ion from actual settlers by the
prty in power, which has squandered
tC,tsX),iX4) acres upon railroads alone, and
,-n amount o: more than lb lice taat aggre
gate, has disposed or less than a siiiti di
rectly to the tlder of the foil.
REKOKM ADOPT XD CITI.l!N.i. ItL-IECTED
RjortH i necessary to correct the ommls
siouVf a republican congress an 1 tha errors
of our treaies and our diplomac). which
hate stripped our leliow- itizeos ol torein
b rth and kindred race, recross ng the At
lantic, it the shield of American citz-n-shi,i,
and have exposed our brcthcro of the
Facitic coa-t to the incursions of a race t ot
sprung Irom the same g est parent stock,
and. in fact, now by law- denied citiz"nship
through n turaliZiiion, as being neither ac
lustoined t the traditions of a progn s;ve
civilizulon, nor exercised in liberty under
equal laws. We denounce the policy w hich
thus discards the I'btrtv.ioviiig tie. man
and tolerates the revival f the co'jlte trade
iu Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purpose, and Mongol an men lie.d to per
form servi e labor contracts.
THK aIE KECTARIAM ISSUE THE FAl.SE
8 CTIO.VAL ISSUE.
lirform if necessary, and can never lie e f- j
fected only by making it the con.r.-lhng
issue ot i lie el-.cttotis. and lining it at'Ove
Ihetwofilse issues with wLlch the olHcf
holding cluss and the party in power seek
to smother it.
First-tho false iue with which they
would enkindle tciturian strife in respect
to the public schools, o w hich the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several States, and which the demo
cratic party has clieri-lied r()m their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or prclerenee for anv class,
sect or eiced, and without contii'bitting
from the treaury to any.
Second The false i-sue by which thev
seek to light anew the dying embers o'f
sectional hato between kindred people once
unnaturally es ranged, but now reunited
on one indivis.ble republic and a common
REFORM 111 E CIVIL SERVICE.
Reform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governroen'al biisine is
not possible if its civil service be .subject to
change at every clettion, be a prize fought
tor at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, a,
signed for proved enupetency and held tor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage slion.d neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profes ions fabitied in the preform
ance, a test that tho party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
RKI OItM ( OltUUPTIoX tF HIOII I't'HI.IC
Ii'ijvrm is necssaiy even more in the
higher grades of I ho public service. The
president, vice prcsiden', judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet, oilicers and all
others in authority nre the peop e's serv
ants; meir otticcs arc not a private perqui
site -they aro a public trust.
When the annals of this retiublic show
the di.-graco and censure of u vice presi
dent; a late speaker ol the houfc ol rcDre-
sentatives marketing his ruling as a Presid
ing officer; three senators croiitimr sccivilv
by their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
ol the leading committee, of the late house
ol representatives exposed in jobbery; a
i.iio eecieiary oi me treasury iorging bal
ances in public accounts; a'laty attorney
general misappropriating public luuds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
mends by percentages levied on the profits
of contractor vvi li his department: an
cmbaatlor to Knlsiid censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private, secretary barely escaping convic
tinn i.pou iri.-il fur guilty cnmolimtv iu
treuus upon me revenue: a secretary of
war Impeached lor high crimes and mivle.
ineanors, the demonstration is complete
that the liist step in rclonn niu.t lu tb
people'a choice of honest men Irom another
party, lest the di-easu of one iiolitical or
ganization lufect the body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no ebango of measure and no real
Rl-I-OIIM ltKFOKM KtFOli.M
All these abuses, wrong and crimes, the
product of sixteen year ol tho ascendancy
of the republican pan v. create a ntcitit v
for reiorm. confessed by republicans tbetn
aelves, but their reformer are voted d wn
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the paitv'ama of honest voters
Is powerless to resist the eighty thousatid
omcenoiaere us leauert aud guides
Kejurm can only be had bv a i.enceini
civic revolution. We demand a change of
Auiiiiiiisirauon, a cnange ol party, that we
may have change of measures and ol men.
Tea elegant sheets of Choloe Music arranged
lor the I'umo orteBill be sent by mail on re
ceipt of one d liar, (pol paid) oi single copies
at l o'eulsewh.
'1 hey can also be orderetl Uirough any news
deule in the I nited Mate.
l'P r day in.lrutnrnUl Tom Brown
by can I not Forget I larihle
Mhi U"vl,"v" Hay lath
High Lile-.Ualta Mrausa
l."T!e!,' VioleUUrow Western
W beo Old Jrckjoa had hi Uay Vt.ierne
1 J Kfr"'- ..Kuble
I here's a laHter in the Candle ..Uiote
Do you iteally ihlna he lid?
Addre.s or.trrs to Ihsaj W. Hitchcock, Pub
liabets. U. Hunt Avenue N. Y. X-sxh iu.
The Gairo Bulletin
Picture Franiing Headquarters
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A More Complete JOi PRIXTIXG ESTAIIUSHMEXT ihm
fit "JJitHetin'' (Jjfire U ot ,'n any of the ci'i rf the Mi'm'sijpi VaVry, out
tote of S'. fsiiit'f. Jt is entitled to o,(d nh'juhl reriive th ijporf of 'he r!ti
z ti$ of Cairo aief iU th'- eountry rontignout tfiT to.
HILLS OF LADIXd,
li L A S'k 11 0 0 A HE A D TXGS,
ULASKS OF ALL KIXDS.
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Onlirs iu nt v.. itJiln . In "Tl"' Cilro Unit, li,, C"ini''Hy. Cairo,
I'finoi,'' trill r rt ire ! ilHmtitiii.
THE BOOK BINDERY :
There !x no hind of Hindi nj required hy thi eommnnity that cannot he
donr at the Hulletin Cairo City Hindery
lj you have Famphlett you with to jirtu rve, tend them to u for binding.
If y;u have Miga:.int V) he hound, wild theni in.
If you have Mimic to h: bound, tend it in.
If you h'ice Hlanlc Hoof.n, irith or trillion! printed heading, vr. ran nimi
ufiirtiiie thrm for you.
If yon lonx Ruling to be. done,
nhord.ft not in .
The Hindny is in charge uf Mr. AMllROSE W. FY ATT, jiftt-mlf
Korlcman, u ho.. drvotion ! his huinen and the. prowptiuxs t'.ith which he
turns out the tu t of n or,-, i ntiHe hint to
line of fiooh Hinding and .
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Racing Furcltand the Complete Stock of Moulding and the Ficttti
Framing apparatus of the late firm of Rockwell it' Co., we are now prepared
to from,- all kinds of J'ietuns, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornices,
and di all kinds of tcork in this Hue.
If you have Chromos, bring them to us Jor mounting and framing.
H you have Futures of any kind bring tlwm to us, and at a trifling ex.
ptnsi m vill make them, ornaments for your rooms and duelling.
kxT Orders addrrwl t , j. l.'RXETT, trill U promptly attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give tho Old Man and the Young Man a Chance !
SMALL HAM) HILLS,
FA M I'll LETS, JIOOKS.
in the btt oj tyle and nt the b,rtrt
( run ilo it in lh: best ulib on the
nil the patronage that Cairo Juk in the
The nlelrs, ftiirrat aud henneat
l'hyslcians recommend, -nd farriers dee.lnre
that uo such reuiedi have ever ln fore bn in
ue. Words nrc rheup, but the proprietors ol
Iheecartlnlea Will present trial bottles touiedical
iiicii gratis, as a guarjuti-e of wht they say.
IllfcCKM Al it L1M.MLM , M nil i V nai
pkk, will cure Itlieiiiiiatirm, .Neuralgia, Litm
bngo, Nciatiea, ke.i Itreasts, s-ore Mpt-bS,
r rosiest Feet, Chilblali s, smelling, Spriiins,
and uny ordinary
H.XMI, Ho.sJE lilt Vlt scl.B AILMKST
Me make no pretense that thi article will
cure cancer, restore lost bones, or give health to
whisky vmked cure, but It will alum s re
duce inflammation and allav ain.
'! W1'! extract tlie sion'ot bites and sting,
and heal burns or scahj wn Hot r A scab. I'aUv ,
vv i s k Hark , ( aked lln-a.ls , F ara, ,e, I ootha. lie.
Itch and i ittnueotis F.iuptlons readily v leld to
Henry lllaeh, of Ada, Itnrdiu Co., O., suys :
'My wile has had rheumatism for five years
no iel, no sleep oonl.l scarcely walk acros the
Bo o-. Mie is now eoiiiiletrl) ruml by llir ii-i-ot
iventioir Liniment. Wc u 1 1 fi-el thankful to
)u, and recommend your woiiikrful incdieiuc
a nil our friend-s. ' '
-lames llurd, of Xauesville, fhio, avs: "The
Lcnlmir l.uilnM-ut rnrel fny Neuralai.""
Allied Tush, of Newark, write: "-VndliM
one doren bottles by express. I he Liniment
hss oel my leg. I want to dutrihuu.- It, .'
'I he sab- ol thi f.inuiifut H iiicmiini np.
Tlie Yellow Centaur Liniment
i lor the tough skin, tlesli nnd muscle of
llH-s, Ml Ik A lit AMMAl..
We hav never vet seen a c..e ol SonMii.
Wfsfiij, ltitii(-ltone. Wind-tjall, svrtrhe, or
I'oll-r.vll, Vtliicli tins l.llillnlit vnol'l not
Bixs-'lilv benelit. and we never r but a few
cafes hich It would not core. Il Wil.l. t
when anything ran. It i lolly to send 4Ji lor
a F arrier, Im-ii one il disr's worth of I eutaur
Liniment will do liettrr. I h follow n.g iaaaaui-
ile ol the teslinionv produo"' :
W. 1". Hopkins, Postmaster, I'ioui, , siys
entuur Liniment rau t Is- is-ml. It itues
every tuut. '
L tar OS, O., March J, I "7 4
"The Letitaur Liniments are the lrt selling
liie.liciiies we have ever bad 1 he demand is
very greiit Tor it, an-1 He cannot aOoid to be
"I. II. H1SK A SON."
Jltu-ox. Mo., Nov. to, liTt.
"Some limeag il was shipping horser, to 81.
Iiuis I got one luaiy irippleii in tlie car.
will, greut d.Ihetilty I got him to the stable.
I he slalilc kceiirr gate m a Imtlle if lour tu-
lnur Liniment, wiilch 1 iuksI with sucb succen
thnt in Ivrous) s the horse was active and neurly
well. 1 hate been a veterinary aurgisui lor
thirty ers, but your F inirueut beats Uj thing
I nave eter u-"i
"A. J. M't.AlllV Veterinary i Surgeon '
F'or a postage . n p we wid mail a I 4-uUur
Mniauait. couiin ng huiHlml uf wrtillcater.
Irom evert M"te in toe I niou. ibess- l.ini
ments are now sold by all des.ers in the eountry.
iAvOoralory of J. it. i;uh no ,
1'. lav ii., .Lw ions.
Dr. SamueJ Pitcher, of llyannis, Mas , ex-la-rimented
in his private practu, lor twenty
years, to prixluce a ivmlunalton that would have
the nroiMiiie of CAsTult HL without its un
pleasant taste and griping effect.
His prention was sent fjr. near and fr,
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