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A convention ol the Democrat! of tbe
Eighteenth Congressional district of H'.l-
nois, in hereby culled to meet in the court
bouse, at Cairo, on Tuesday, ttie 1st day of
August, ISTfi, at 1 o'clock, p. in., for tbe
purpose of nominating a candidate for con
gress, ami for th- transaction of sucli other
bu-iness as may properly bo transacted by
The De.o:rU ol the several counties of
the district are hereby requested to appoint
delegates to said convention on the follow
ing basit : One delegate (or each one hun
dred vote and the fraction of one hundred
Votes more than fifty, cast for Hon. Win.
llarlzcll, at the election hut J in November,
1874, as follows, to wit :
Caiko, July 6, 187t
DEMOCRATIC KKX.tTOKI.41, DIN
TUICT CO' l EMTIO.
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial district, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidates lor the bouse of the Gene
ral Assembly, will be held in Masonic ball,
Jenesboro, on the 3d day of August, 1876.
Tb Democrats of the seveial counties
of the district, will appoint delegates on
the basis of one delegate for every o
hundred votes cast for Hon. Wm. Hartzell,
in the said counties, at the election held in
November, 1874, and one delegate tor every
fraction of one hundred votes more than
fifty, as lollows :
Alexander 9 delegates.
Jackson 10 delegates.
Union 10 delegates.
The Democrats ol the above-named coun
ties are hereby requested to appoint dele
gates to tbe convention in accordance AitU
tbe terras of this call.
Joxksboxo, July r, 1570.
T. F. BoL'Tox,
Chairman Democratic cnatoii:il District
Official Text as Reported by the
Atolpl at Nt. I.uiiin. June 'JH. ST.
We, the delegates of the democratic
party of the I'nited States, in national con
vention assembled, do hereby declsre the
administration of the federal government
to be in urgent teed of Immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
couventiou, und ol the democratic party in
each Htate, a zealous ettort and uo -operation
to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our fellow-citizens of even- former to:itical
connection to undertake with us thiilim
an j most pressing patriotic duty.
THK UNION, THK CONSTITUTION, KKl'l'DLI
I A.t BKLP-GOVKKNMKNT.
For the democracy of the whole countrv.
we do heretiy reaiUrm our laitb ia the ue'r-
uianeuce oi lueieuerai union; our devotion
to the constitution of the tinted 8tutes,
with Its amendments universally accented
as tbe tinal settlement of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our steadfast confidence in the perpe
tuity of renublican tclt-icovernmeut.
1HK HKST CKXTIHV.
In absolute acotiiescence in the will nf
the majority the ital principle ol repub
lics; in tbe supremacy of tho civil over the
military authority, in tbe total separation of
church and state, lor the sake alike of civil
and religious Ireedom; in the eualit,- of
all citizens before just laws ot their own en
actment; in the liberty of Individual eon
duct, uuvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education ol the ruing Kenerution,
that they may preen e, enjoy and transmit
these best couditiona of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest i.rodu. t. ,.i
a hundred years ol cbauelul bi-tory; but
while upholding tbe bond' ol our union and
Kreaicuaner oi inesu trial rihu, it be
hooves a free people to practi.-e Io that
vigiinnua wuitu Is IU price ol
KB OHM C01;ltL 1 1 lO.N CIM U ALIffM.
Jltfonn is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ol the whole people the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued from (he
danger ot a accession ol fe-tates tut now to
be saved troma corrupt centralism, which,
after indicting upon ten btates the mnm iiv
of riet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
toe omees oi the leileral Kovernmeot itsell
with incapacity, waste and Iraud; infected
States and municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked last the pros
perity ol an industrious people iu the pa
ralysis of hard Units.
KarORM W THE I KKEKC V Bl'KClK
ktjurm is neccuai j to establish sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain tbe natioual honor. We denounce
iue lauure lor au ine.e eleven v.in, ia
make good tbe promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard of
vaiue in the nanus oi the poople, aud the
nou payment of which is a disregard ol the
plighted faith of the nation.
We denounce the imnrovidenee which in
eieven years ot peace lias taken from the
people, la federal taxes, thirtees times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered foui times this sum io use
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, curing eleven years of
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, has obstructed resumption by
Wasting our resources and exhausting all
onr surplus ineome. and while annually
profesaiug to inteud a speedy return to
pact psymtLt, has auuuaiiy enacted fresh
hindrances thereto at uoh a hindrance
we denounce the rt sumption clause .of tbe
act of 17r, and we demand Its repeal.
We demand a Judicious system ol' pre
psration, by public economies, by official
retrenchment, and by the finance', which
shall enable the nation soon to assure; the
whole world of Its peifect ability audits
pertect readiness to meet any ol Its prom
isee al the call of tin creditor entltlod to
Wt believe such a syMetn, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted t ennpetent
hnudi for It execution, creat n at no time
an artlllelal scarcity ol eurreui-y, and ut no
time alarming the public mind into a with,
drawal ol that vast machinery of credit by
which n."i per cent, ol all our b'ti-iness trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general confidence,
would, from ihc day of its adopt on, bring
heuling on its wings to all our hsrrassed in
dustries, set in tnotiou the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all It national tourccs the pron r-
iiy oi uie pcoiuc.
REFORM OF THK TARIFF FlIRK TRADK.
Hf form Is uecessnrv in the sum and UhhIp
of leder. I taxation, to the end Unit capital
may be set Iree Irnni distrust and lab r
ligbtly tmruencd. We denounce the pres
ent taritT levied upon nearly lour thousand
articles as a maki r piece or injustice. In
equality and f'jlse pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished ninny Indu-drics to sub
sidize a few; it prohibi.s imports that might
purci)Hc iue products 01 American libois;
it has degraded American s iinino.ee irom
the first to an interior rank upon the high
seas; it has cut down the sales of American
manufacture at home an I abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American sgricultuie,
un industry followed by hull our perqfle. It
costs the people live tiui' s more than it pre
duces lo the treasury; obstructs the process
or production, and wastes the Iruits ol la
bor: it promotes fraud, fosters smuggling,
enriches dishonest ollieiaN and bankrupt
hnne-t merchant'. We demand tint all
custom house t ixalio j shall lie only tor
REFORM -KCOMJ.MV IN Ft IILIC EXPENSE.
Jifform is necessary in the scale ol public
expense federal. Siatc and municipal.
Our federal taxation has swollen Irom sixty
millions gold, in iSUo, to lour hundred and
filty millions currency, in l.sTO. uuraggrc
gite taxation. Irom ore huudred and liily
lour millions gold in 1ih.i. to seven bundled
and thirty millions cuirmcy in ltTH; or. In
one decade, Irom less than live dollars per
head to more than eighteen dollars per head.
Since the peace the people have paid to
tbeir tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ot the national debt, ami more than
twice thst sum lor the federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous Irugal it v in
every department, and from every officer
ol the government.
REFORM PUBLIC LANDS TO ACTUAL SKT
TLEK.n. lUfimn Is necessary to put a stop to the
proli'gate waste of the public lands and
their diversion from actual settlers by the
party In power, which has squandered
200,1)40,000 acres upon railroads ulone, and
i-n amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, has disposed of less than a sixth di
rectly to tbe tillers of the roil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS, REJECTED
lit form i necessary to correct the oniinis
siou of a republican congriss and lha errors
of our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our tellovv-. inzens ol foreign
b;rtli and kindred race, reerossiug the At
lantic, ol the shield of American citZMi
ehip, and have exposed our l-rcthcrn of the
Pacific coa-t to the incursions of a race tvot
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 ol a progressive
civilization, nor exercised in liberty under
equal laws. W e denounce the policy which
thus discards the liberty-loving German
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trado
in Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purposes, and Mongolian men held to per
form servile labor contracts.
THE FALSE SECTARIAN ISSUE THE FAIE
b ACTIONAL ISSUE.
litfunn is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making it the controlluii;
I issue ot i lie elections, and liltiiii? it above
the two false Issues with which the cilice
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother it.
Kirst-the false is-ue vvilh which they
would eukiudl sectarian strife iu respect
to the public schools, ot w hich the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
tbe several States, aud which the demo-'
cratic party has cherished Irom their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any class,
sect or creed, aud without contributing
from the treasury to any.
.Second The false i-sue by which thev
seek to light anew the dylutr embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
unnaturally estrauged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic aud a common
REFORM THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Reform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the govcrnmen'ul business is
not possible il its civil service be subject to
change at every elettion, be a prize fought
torattheballotbox.be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posU of honor, as
signed lor proved competency and held lor
fidelity in the public employ; that tbe dis
pensing of patronage shou.d neither he a
tax upou the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition: here,
again, profes ions tabitied in the preform
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical "or satisfactory
REFORM CORRUPTION OF HIGH PI ill IC
Jifjorm is nccess-ary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet oiBcers and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices arc not a private perquisite-
-they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace ami censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker of the house of repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators proiiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
of representatives exposed in jobbery; a
late secretary ol tbe treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public luiids; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by perccnf ages levied off the profits
ol' contractors wih his department; an
embassador to Knirlaud censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upou trial for guilty complicity iu
irau.u uiton the revenue: a scc.retarv of
war tmpeai-hed lor high crimes and mi-demeanors,
the demonstration is complete
thst the tSrt step in reform must be the
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the dieaso of one political or
ganization infect tbe body politic: and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of mca.-urcs and no real
REFORM KEFOll.M REFORM.
All these abuses, wronif and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ol the ascendancy
of the republican parly, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformer are voted down
in convention anil displaced from the
cabinet; the partf's mass ol' honest voter.
Is powerless to resist tho eighty thou.mid
Officeholders, its leaders aud guides.
Jteurm can only be had bv a lM-ucfiil
civic revolution. Wa demand vbaoge ot
auuiiDistrauon, a cnaoge ol party, that we
may have change of measures and ol mi u.
Tea elegant sheet or Choice Musle arruiiKed
lor the Piano orte will be sent by mall ou re
ceipt of one dollar, (puat paid) or single coble
al I cenu each.
They earn also be ordered through any new a
dnda la th l ulled sutra. ' "
lUppier days lastruiuenlal .Tom Brown
W by cau I not I urge t umble
ii" ""V Waves... . Ma lath
HiKh Life-Malta. htfuuas
&".W,,.?!UAr,( V" Vi"U row VVesu.ru.
VS ben Old Jrckjon had hi. l.y We.ieru.
1 he ColWe Quickstep Slod.lmd
1 here s a Letter iu the Caudle Ceoia
lo you Keally Think he llidc
AddrM orders to iteuj w. Uitciiooek, Pub
lubcrs..U Third Aveuua N. y, s-t-dcuj.
Job Printing Establishment
Picture Framing Headquarters
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
.4 J,;re Cmnphtt JO 11 PRINT IS I! ESTABLISHMENT than
the "Bulletin" Offict M not in any of the. citi t of the Mixiiijii 'tlly, out
aiile of St. Ijoiiin. It i entitled to and nlinull receive the nijort of the citi
zen of Hiiro and nil the coun ty continuum thereto.
HILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS,
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
MA MMO Til FOS TERS,
RAM I'll LETS, BOOKS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at tho Very
(rJrr stiit u. adilrtsed to "
Illinois," trill rtct ice jirompt attention.
There i no hind of Bindmj required hy thin community that cannot he
done at the Bulletin ('airo City Bindery in the heat oj ntyle and at the Incest
If you hat e Pamphlet you wish to
If yen have Maga:inet to he bound,
If yon Juive Music to he hound, tend it in.
If you have Blank Boohs, Kith or vsitlumt printed heading, rre can wi'iM
ufacture tin m for you.
If you have Ruling to he done,
The Bindery i in charge of Mr. AMBROSE W. PYA TT, n first-rate
Kurhman, ichose devotion to hit hutinest and the promptness irith irhich he
turns out the Lest of work, entitle him to all lim patronage that Cairo has in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Having Purchased the Complete Stock of Mouldings and the Fictm
Framing apparatus of the lite firm of Rockwell t Co., we 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 luive Chromos, bring them
If you have Pictures of any kind
p' nte ire ,riU make them ornuments for
lor Orders addressed to E. A. BURNETT, will be vromvtlu attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man and tho Young Man a Chance !
7f Cuiru Bt.Uitt.i Cumjmui, '('aim,
pretcrve, und them ta u for hindiny
und them in.
we can do it in the hest style on the
to us for mounting and framing.
bring them lo us, and at a trifling tx
your rooms and dwellings.
Tl. 4nli-keM, Niirral nail . lie npcM
1'hysicinns recommend, ind FHrriers declare
thst no such remedies liavaevcr lielure been in
Use. Words sre cheap, but the proprietors ol
thesearlicles will pit-st-iil trial hollies to meiliciil
men. Kriitis, as a irunr . litre of what they say.
IMS. K.M AI IC I.IMMF.NT, Willi's WRAP
1(11. will cure llhcimiatinii, Nvuralyis, l.inii
bago. Sciatica, diked Kreasts, tv Niimlta,
Frosted reel. Chlllilau s, Swelling, Hiirains,
and any ordinary
II.KSH, lluXK OR Ml -. l.K AILMKT
We make no pretcute thai this article will
cure cancer, restore lust Inures, or (rive health lo
a w hisky soaked n.rcas, lint It ill hIw sys iv-dtu-e
iiitlaliniiutioii uud alhty psin.
It will extract the ixji-oii ol liili-auml .ilnir.
and henitHirns or scalds w itiioi.t A scar. I'alsv,
weak Hack, aked llreasu, l.aim he. Iw.tlm. In ,
lien aim . iiianetma bruiyliuua readily yield to
Henry lilack. of A'lu. Ilunlin Cx.. 0.,mvs :
".My wile has hud rheumatism for lira years
ho rest, no sleep could scarcely wulk acniw the
lliwr. She is now completely enrol by the use
ot Centaur I.imiuent- Wc all tii-i thajiklul to
you, and recommend your wonderful medicine
all our irientis."
.laiuea Kurd, id Zanenville, Ohio, aavs: "The
Ceulaiir l.iiiiinenl cioed my Neuruluut."
Allred Tush, or ewark. writes s 'Send ine
one l').cn bottles hy ein-ss. I Ik" l.iniiueiit
has saved my leir. 1 wnul to distribute It, Ac.'
the sale ol this l.iuiinvnt Is lucreasimi ran
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is I'jl the touh akiu, fb-sli and lulls) Ua of
IlnK-l-, Ml 1. AU ASIML.
We have never vet sien a c.-e ol spavin
inv, ItiiiK-lloiie, Wind-Lall, s ratches, or
I'oll-Kvll, wlikh llii Liniment would not
Mwealilv la-nelil. au-l we mirr saw hut a lew-
cases which it would not cure. IrWiulim
w hen aiiythiiiK ran. 11 I-lolly lo spend IS I for
a Farrier, when one dd ar's worth of (enlaur
Liniment willdo tietu r. 1 Ik loiiowiuK ia sam
ple of the testimony produced:
W. 1'. Hopkins, rii.tinar.tcr, I'iqua, (I , says
"lentaiir Liniment ran t be Isai. 11 tuir.
every time. '
l slv km on. u. , jian-ii .-, ,
"The Centaur l.inimtnts are the heat M-liiug
fiietlii-ineM w-e have ever hull 'the demand la
very grent fur it, and we canin't aflord to be
"V. II. Iflh AOS."
Jinr.n-os. M'i.. Nov. I". 1.7.1
"Some timeatfo I was shippma' horse to St.
Uniii I gol one rauy rrippiei in me ear
Willi err l ihrUrultv I Kot him lo the rtalile
The slable ki-eiA-r irave me a Ixittle i f your I -n-
taiir I. ailment, which I unedwith sin h since..
that iu twoilav s the horse was active and nearly
well. I have len a veterinary surgeon lor
thirty yesrs, but your Kiuimeut heals an thing
I hae eler uel .
A. J. al'CAUI'Y Veterinary !ark-r.u
For a iiosuifCe , . an.u we wi l mad a euUur
Almanac, rouiaininic hundmls ol crrlitlcau-M,
from every Mste in the 1 nion. These l.ini
liH-uts are ms sold by all de,er. in the rwiimry
laiUiratory ol J. It. ItU-h A 1 U. ,
S' l'v Sr., N'rw lot:.
- - - c - - -
Cast or ia.
Ir. Samuel 1'itcher, ct llyannis, Mm , -pertmenlrd
in his private prarticr, tor twenty
yeas, to produce a combination that would have
the properties vt UMUK ll. willioul iu nn-
piesnant uwie ana mplD(T rnen.
Ilis iireirtion wa. sent lor. near arid far.
till finally he rare il the name of I ioru, aa I
put it up f-ra.le. It i vry woairfol in its
efleet;., particularly with ll tioM,red storu
aih. au-l Imwels 1,1 rhddren. It A-lll.altM
rna Fo,!, eun-a tour stoiiu'h and wind -olo.
reirulau-s the UiarU, Fxpcta W orias, and may
tar reht.1 itxMjn in eroiib.
As a pleasant, etleetite. and jarfeetly tsfe
i.auariic renieiy, it nrnr iu iMiuroii
l. on Wall an i sirups 11 iii not euitiaiu aic
hnl. n 1 i. adi'i.tad oi anv sue.
Ilv rxulalin lle atoiuAi h and Ixiweis of
cross and kly rhildrva, tly txvw H'sl
nature-l and healthy 1 hey ear. er.ioy l-ep, aid
rnoiher. have mrt 1 1 Ulimi . pul up at the
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