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SHORTEST SHORT LINE
We Have Come to Stay!"
rnilE train of tlii romimnr connect at St.
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. JulIX FoiaGllT. Agent.
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T2S nwn: mmm: sons.
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this Line PaaMtena-rr mr I.nntl at
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CAN STOP OFF AT THE
And vibit the Covernment Fuildinfrs, and the
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txolity. '4 ravehm den inx
A Speedy, fc.t ud CcifdiV.e Trip,
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HALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
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aiidBt.uUrui Mountain and Valley
Scunery. and the many uointa of
Uutturic Ibtaittat Alony
' lta Lille.
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lf Li Asy Other Liu-
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Bet u Uie
lpl wrim and lulen Cities-
TOU THHolt.ll TICKETS, RACMMiAtiE
A lhe k., Miiveiixnt ol 'Iraiua, MeeiiiuK ar
Am.uuiMRlRtiiiiik, Ai... A, H,vly fc iL-kel
,. at all Principal 1'oiuU,
NORTH, BO0TH. EA8T OR WESt!
K. U. IXHtsEY. L. M. COLE,
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I HOH. V. BAUUy , mos. R. fcH AUP,
VSetUrn l'a'a'r Mwter of Trnp 'a .
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WIU WELD 9-WCH IK0.
Jaat Vthut U vraalr I. Kend 8- an m
ircuiar to EM PI Itfc i'UR 1 A ULt U
Jro) , ew lvii.
this pArm tg oir filr wrra
A convention ol the Democrat of the
eighteenth Congressional dixtriii of Illi
nois, I hereby called to meet In the court
house, at Cairo, on Tuesday, the lit dny of
Atigunt, 1870, at 1 o'clock, p. in., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for con
gress, and for the: transaction of such other
lmnncjo a may properly he trammeled by
The DejtoraL of the several countlc of
the district are hereby reqticKted to appoint
delegate to said convention on the follow
ing basis : One delegate for each one bun
dred rotes and the fraction of one hundred
votes more than fifty, cat for Hon. Win.
ilartzrll, at the election held in November,
18T4, a follows, to wit :
Cairo, July 6, 1378 F. Hross,
Chairman Congrcfslonal District Com
nEMOrRATIC MEDIATORIAL Ilf
1HICT CO. VE.TIO..
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial dUtrht, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidates lor the house of the Gene
ral Assembly, will be held in Masonic hall,
Jonesboro, on the 3d day of August, 1870
The Democrats of the revet al counties
of the district, will appoiut delegates on
the basis of one delegate for every one
hundred votes cant for lion. Win. ilurlzell,
in the aid counties, at the election held in
November, 1874, and one delegate lor every
fraction of one hundred votes more than
fifty, as follows :
Alexander 9 delegates.
Jackson 10 delegates.
Union 10 delegates.
The Democrats of the above-named coun
ties are hereby requested to appoint dele
gate to the convention in accordance itb
the term of till call.
Jomchboko, July 5, 1570.
T. K. Roitox,
Chairman Dcmocratie Senatorial District
Official Text aa Reported by the
Adopted i fit. I.onU. Jane 2ft, 1HT6.
We. tha de)pffAfia tt tliA .la mn.aftl.
party or the L'niied States, in national con
vention assembled, do hereby declare the
administration or the federal government
to ba in urtreut tiee.l nf Immdli.t. ..r..,n.
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
vuuvcuuuu, u ui ius ueiuocrauc party in
each State, a sealous eflort and opera-
ilnn tn thi mi an.! An hi,u. a I
our fellow-citizens or every former political
connection to undertake with us this lire!
and most pressing patriotic duty.
THE t'NION, TRK COJJSTITUTIOM, RIl'l'BLI-
Vor thA demneracv nf thu ivlwiln Am,MtM
we io hereliv reatllrni mir lulih In k. ...'
s - . . . U WUU Jf 1 .
manenceor the federal union; our devotion
to the constitution of the United States,
who it ameuinient universally accepted
as tho final settlement of the controversies
that engendered ciU war, and do here re
cord our steadlaet coctldence in the nerne.
t.il.ar t.t .Ar.nl.li..... ...I. t
""l m'iuuinii eii-Kuveriiiuent.
1UB FIRST CKNTL'UV.
In absolute acquiescence in tha will of
the majority the vital principle of repub
lics; in the supremacy or the civil over the
military authority, iu the total separation of
church and state, for the sake alike ot civil
aud religious freedom; in the equality ol
all citizens before just laws of their o wu en
actment; In the liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful educaliou or the rising generation
that they may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions of human happiness
and hoDe wa behold tha nn)il...r i.r.i... 1
a hundred years ot chamslul history; but
l ynviuiuf; me imiiiu oi our union and
great charter ol tneae treat rights, It be
linnvrs free nennl tn Time, I .a .1,
eternal vl.'ilauce which Is the price of
BIFOR.M CORKVPTION CIXTRALI8M.
L'fortn is necessary to build and establish
lu the hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secession ol states but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, which,
after iuHictiug upon ten States the rapacity
of cariet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
the otttces ol the federal eovernment itsell
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
SUtes and miiulcipalltits with the conta
gion of misrule, aud locked last the pros
perity of an industrious people iu the pa
ralysis of hard times.
RIFOKM OF THK t'I'KKRMC V tSPKCIR
Jit furm is necesaal r tn eut.l.lik .
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
the tailura for all these eleven ysar, to
fc-oou iu- promise or uie legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard of
value in the bauds ot the ixsople, and the
uon payment of w hich is a disregard o! the
pill-bled faith ol the nation.
We denounce the Uuorovidcnce which in
eleven years of peace lias uken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered foui times this sum in use'
leas expense, without accumulating any re
aerve lor their redemption. We denounce
the financial Jmbecility and immorality of
that party which, during eleven years of
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but. Instead, has obstructed resumption by
wanting our resources and exhausiioir all
our surplus income, M(j mltlit Mlll7n
profesaiug to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh I
Liudrancs thereto aa mich a hindrance
we denounce Hie rt sumption clause 'ot the
aet or 1 x7.r, and we demand Its repeal.
W demand a judicious system ol pre
paration, by public economics, by ottlcial
retrenchment, and by the finance, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
Whole worl.l or its pel lect ability and Its
perfect readiness to meet any ol its prom
Ises at tho rail of the creditor entitled to
payment. . .
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted ti competent
hands for its execution, crest ng at no time
an artilicial scarcity ol currency, and at no
time alarming the publio mind into a with
drawal ol that vast machinery of credit by
which ICi per cent, ot all our butdne trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and Inspiring general coniidence,
would, irom me nay or us adoption, tiring
healing on Its wings to all our harrsssed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufacture and the mcnauical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources the prosper
ity ot the peoplo.
REFORM Ot T11K TARIFF Fit IX TRADR.
Reform is necessary in the sum and mode
of feder.il taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree Irrun distrust and lalnr
lightly burdened, we denounce the tires-
eut tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a mi'Df piece or injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
ba impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchase the products or American Itbors;
it has degraded American aoiiiuicrce irom
the tirst to an interior rank upon the high
seas; it has cut down tho sales or American
manufactures at home an 4 abroad, and de
pleted the returns or American agriculture.
an industry followed bv hall our neonle. It
costs the people live times more than It pro-
uuces io uie treasury; Obstructs the process
of production, and wastes the Iruits ot la
bor; it promotes fraud, rosters siiiuL'trllnic.
enriches dishonest ollicials anil bankrupt
nonesi merchants. we demand that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
REFORM ECONOMY IX PUBLIC KXI'ENSR.
Reform Is necessary in the scale of public
expense federal. State and municipal.
Our federal taxation has swollen from sixty
millions gold, In 1SW, to lour hundred and
filty millions currency, in 1870. Our segre
gate taxation, Irom one hundred and tilty
lour millions gold in 18i0, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currency in 170; or, in
one decade, Irom less than Ave dollars per
bead to more than eighteen dollars per bead.
Since the peace the people have paid to
their tax-gatherers more tban thrice the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
twice that sura lor the lederal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, and from every otllccr
ol the government.
REFORM I'L'BLIC LAND8 TO ACTUAL SET
TLBKS. Rrfitrm Is necessary to put a stop to the
profligate waste of the public lands and
their diversion rrora actual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
200,UU0,000 acres upon railroads alone, and
rn amount or more than thrice that sggre-
gate, ha disposed or less than a sixth di
rectly to the tillers or the soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS, RAJ aUTKD
Rform I necessary to correct the cm mis
sion ot a republican congress and the error
or our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-citizens of torelgn
birth and kindred race, recrossing the At
lantic, ol the shield of Amerlcau citizen
ship, and have exposed our bretbern of the
Pacific coast to the incursions of a race not
sprung Irom the same great parent stock,
and, in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through naturalization, as being neither ac
customed to the traditions ot a progressive
civilization, nor exercised in liberty under
equal laws, w e denounce the policy which
thus discards the liberty-loving (ierman
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purposes, and Mongolian men held to per
form servile labor contracts.
TUE FALSE SECTARIAN IsSLK THE FALSE
SECTION" AL ISSUE.
Reform Is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making it the controlling
issue ol the elections, and lifting it shove
the two false Issue with which the otiice
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother it.
First the false Isme with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several States, and which the demo
cratic party has 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 the treasury to any.
Second The false issue by which they
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic and a common
REFORM 1HI CIVIL SERVICE.
Reform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct or the governmental business is
not possible if its civil service be subject to
change at every elestion, be a prize fought
ior at lue uauot ooi, ns a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor tha instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profts-ions fabined in the preform
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM CORRUPTION OF Hlfin Pl'Ill.IC
Rejorm is necessary even more In the
higher grades of the public service. Tb'e'
president, vice president, judges, setiators,
representatives and cabiuet officers and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices are uot a private perquisite--they
aro a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
tha disgrace aud censure of a vice presl
dent; a late speaker ol the house ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; threo senators prolitlng secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
of representatives exposed in jobbery; a
ate ecreury oi me treasury lorging bal
ances in public accounts; a late at tome v
general misappropriating public funds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
irienua uy perceniaf.'ea levied on me pronts
of contractors with bis department; an
embassador to Kngland censured In a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
rrlvata secretary barely escaping t-onvic-ion
upon trial for iruiltv enmiTileitir in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary of
war uupcacueu ior uign crimes and misde
meanors, tne demonstration complete
that the first .ten in reform mint h tl.A
people's choice or honest men Irom another
party, lest the disease or one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
REFORM KKFOKM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs aud crimes, the
product or sixteen years ol the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their relormers are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the party's mass of honest voters
Is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leader and guides.
Reform can only be had by a peaceful,
elvic revolution. Wo demand a change of
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change or measures and ol meu
Tn skitters ait ukuaia r rva.i sv , .
lortheFiano Forts will be sent by rnailou.
inej 'can also bs ordered tlirouith any new
deale ia Uie l ltd htotee. 1 W
a aiui runttx.,
Far O'er Uie Wave....
Iowb where toe ViuuTta UrTJw'.''
Wneo Old Jr. koa had hU Hay"
I lka a : S. A kl.S 1.' m "
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1 lim'i ft Lrticr in the Ud41.
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a f aaaas USE l'i(jf
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Picture Framing Headquarters
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A More Compkte JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT tUn
the "Bulletin" Office it not in any of the citl$ of the Miniuippi Valley, out
side of St. Iau'u. It it entitled to and
zens of Cairo and all the country contiguout thereto.
HILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS,
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
OroVri tent us, aJJre$ied to
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77irrr- is tio kind of Binding required ly thit community that cannot le
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If you hare Pamphlets you with
If you have Magaxiuet to be bound, send them in.
If yon have Music to be bound, send it in.
If yon have Blank Books, with or without printed headings, we can man
vfacture them for you.
If you have Ruling to be done,
The Bindery it iu charge of Mr. AMBROSE W. PYA TT, a first-rate
worltnan, whose devotion to his business and the promptness with which he
turns out the brut of work, entitle him to
line of B'Xtk Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Having PurcUsed the Complete Stock of Motddings ami the IHcture
Framing apparatus of the late firm of Rockwell d- Co., tee are now prepared
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornices,
and do all kinds of work in this line.
If you have Chromos, bring them to usjor mounting and framing.
If you have Pictures of any kiml bring them to us, and at a trifling ex
cuse we will make tliem ornaments far your rooms and dwellings.
iti-Orders addressed to E. A. BURNETT, tcill le promptly attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man ana the "Young Man a Chance !
thould receive (lie tupport of the. citi
"The Cairo Bulletin Company, Cairo,
tojyreterve, send them to us fur binding,
we can Jo it in the bcrt style on the
till tit patronage that Cairo has in tJie
Tha QsrirlteMU slairrst aad heasteel
Physicians recommend. ui,l '
tbalnosuco remedies have ever before been In
nee. Words are cheap, but the proprietors ol
toes article will present trial bottles tu medical
"S-".! ri'V- ttueranwe or what they say.
TttfcENTAIJit LINIMENT, WliiTi Whap.
raa, will en re Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum-bag-o.
8ciaUua, Caked Rrresbj, More Mpulee,
1-ro.led Feet, Chllhlaius, ftweilln... Upturns,
and any ordinary
STBSH, kONE Oa atrM .B AILliBtT
We snake no pretense llial this an 1. 1 will
cure eanuer, restore lost Ixmes, er give Issmllli to
a whisky soaked carcass, but It will alaaya re
dans inflammation and allay in.
ii win extract the poisou of bites and stinirs,
and heal burn or scalds ithoi T a sc ab. Pais) ,
Weak Hark.t aked llrcasta, Kanu he. 'I oothache.
ami mauuous r.niitlon readily yieht to
Henry lllack, of Ada, Hardin Co., O., says :
"My wile baa had rheumatism far Uvevear
no rest, no akep could scarcely walk across the
floor. She is now completely cured by the use
f Centaur Liniment. We all feel thankful to
you. and reoommeml your wonderful medicine
a an our menu.
.lamea Hurd. of Zanesvllle. Ohln. ear' "The
Centaur Liniment cured my Neuralaia . ' '
AlllM IWk, mt K.w.rk ,..r. '.. -
one dotea bottles by esprees. The Liniment
nee bbtcu luy leg-. want io aistribute li, Ac."
Be sate ot mi lju intent la Increasliig rap.
The Yellow Centaur liniment
is for the toturb skin, ieh and muscles of
MOSMCS. MI LK AMD AMIMAL.
W have never vet eeen a ease of Suavin.
Sweeny, King-llone, Wind-Gall, Scratches, or
Poll-Evil, which Uiis Liniment would not
speedily beneflt, and we never aaw but a few
caaes which it would not cure. It Will Cess
when anything- can. It ia folly to suend f f .r
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of Centaur
Liniment w 111 do better . 1 he follow mg ta a aam-
uie of tbeteatltnuoy oroduom:
. r. itouain. i osunaater. nana, " . aava:
"Centaur Llniinent can't be brat. It cure
iblvebtox. u.. arcn z, ",.
"The Centaur Liniments are the beat selling
medicines we hay ever had. 'I he demand is
very great for it, and we cannot afford to be
"P. II. HISEY SON."
Jcrncaso. Mo.. Nor. In. ls7:i
"Some timeafol wa shipping horse to St.
luis. 1 goi one ueuiy eiipiei me car
With a-raat difficultv I not hnu Ui the stable
The slahle Lcewt rave me a bottle of your (n
laur l.miuient, wnicn i useu a tin aucn aucis-na
that la twodays Uie horse was active aud nearly
well. I have been a veterinary surg-eon for
thirty year, but your Finlment beam anythiug
i nave ever useu.
"A. J. M'CAKTY VeterinarT "onreon
For a postagef. amp we will mad a Centaur
Almanac eoauunina- nunareua oi eeniucair.
from every State in the I'nion. These l.iui-
lueuts are now sola oy an ueaier in tne country,
Laboratory oi J. n. Kir. a.
Lfar Sr., Naw Vohh.
Ir. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannls, Mass., ex
perimented in his private practice, for twenty
yean, to produce a combination that would have
tne crop. rue or lasiok oil. wiluout Its un
pleasant taste and griping effect.
Hi preiration wa sent for. near and far
till Anally he gave it the name of Astoria, aad
put it up forle. It I very woniierful in its
effects, particularly with Uie diaonlered stom
achs and bowels ol children. It Assimilatbs
thb Foot), cures sour stomach and wind colic,
regulate the bowels, Expels Worms, and may
be relied upon io croon.
As a pleasant, effective, and perfectly afe
iautaruo reweuy, it la auperior to iior "ii.
Cordial and byruti It doe not contain alco
hol, and i adapted to any ae.
Ry rerulatina- the eiontach and bowels o
cross aud sickly children, they beoom- good
natured and healthy. They ran enjoy sleep, aud
mo liters haye rest Ttie Casbiria i put up at the
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THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD ."a. YEAR
FOlKTU NUMBER (JI I.Y) READY Ti
Wilb a line Steel Portrait of A. T. Stewart,
Bis lareer, lcain, Y, ill and su. ctssiou.
Aad besides the unique end valuable Diary nf
iiupunaui event ana occurrence inrouKuout
the world, this number contains, smoug two
hundred other articles, the following points ol
gueen Victoria's New Title.
lr. John Hail's April Philosophers (Fool)
'I he True American a char.-tenant- i'oeu.
Washington a Marahal of France,
lean lagelow's Fancy.
New Horse-Car Poetry, for April.
Horn Pedro's Character iatics.
A Midst Party in the Ark.
Three Capitalists Astor, Stewart, Vandcrhilt.
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