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rpiIE trains of this company connect at St.
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line to the 3iirili, Int ami Meat.
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CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
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Evansville, Indianapolis, Cincin
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BLNMNO TUBOUGII BY DAYLIGHT.
The Short unJ Ojutckest Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimoro and
Vi tlie delegates of the democratic
luirty or the 1'iitted Stated. In nntioual eon-
VCUllOU nsHCIIIlllCll, u
administration ol the federal government
to lo In tirgtiu ti ed of immediate rclortn;
do hercbv enjoin upon the nominee of this
eoniitioL,, lind ol the democratic parly in
eu'li Mate, a zealous ctlort and o opera
tion to this cud, and do hereby appeal to
p fellow-citizen of every former political
connection to undertake with u UiU lirst
an I most pressing patriotic duty.
THE US ION. THE CONSTITUTION, RKllKLl
V AS SKLK-tiOVKKSMKNT.
For the democracy of the whole couutry,
wp duliMrt-ity rcatlii in our luiin ia the per
manence of r fodrnl union; our devotion
to the constitution of the l iute'd States
with lis uuieLdmeiits univereully accepted
us the tin al iett,ement of the. controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cor J our ateaditti-t coididence in the perpe
tuity of reoulnican nell-Kovernment.
1IIK KIH8T CENTCH V.
In ab.-olute arquiencenee in the will of
the majority the vital principlo of repub
lics; iu the sui rtiinu-y f the civil over the
military authority, in t.ie total separation of
c hurch' and state, lor the sake alike ol elvil
and reliiiious freedom; in the etiualit,' ol
all citizens before just lawsot their own eu
aemient; in the liberty of individual con
du t, uuvexed by sumptuary laws; In the
faithful education of th. risinit L'eneratinn,
that tuey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions i f human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred year ol chaiiL'elul bl-tory; but
while upholding the bond ol our union and
cr. at charter ol these great rims, k ne
hooves a fiee people to practi.-e also that
eternal vigilance which la the price of
KKl'oKM COltltUrTION CENTRALISM.
Ktform is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ol the whole peopU the union,
eleven vears aao happily rescued l'rom the
danger of a stcesMon ol Btates but now to
be caved from a corrupt centralism, whi h,
after inflicting upon ten States the rapaci'y
or carpet-ba tyrannies, bus honey-combed
the olliees ol the lederal toverunient itsell
with incapacity, waste and Iraud; inlectcd
States and muuicipalitiiH with the conta
gion ol misrule, and locked last the pros
perity ol an industrious people iu the pa
ralysis or hard time.
pqual lawn. We denounce the pollev which
tuna discards the liberty-loving Oerman
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, Imported for imtnora
purpose, and Mongolian men held to per
rorm servile labor contract.
TIHC FALSE HE( TAKIAJI 1S8CK THE FAl.HK
h'tfnrn Is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making it the controlling
issue ol the el-etlons. ml lilting It above
the two false lsaues with which the ollice
holding elas and the party in power seek
to smother it. . . . ,.
Find-the raise lsuo with which they
would cnkindl" sretarian Mrlfe In rcpect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support belonits exclusively to
the several States, and which the demo
..rntio n.iriv hna eherished from their toun-
dation. and is resolved to maintain, without
anv partiolity or prcterence ror anv eiass,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the trensurv to an v.
Second The false i-siie hi which they
seek to liirht anew the dvlnir embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reuniteu
on one indivisible republic and a common
niKlUM HIK CIVIL SERVICE.
HifiTin is necessary in the civil service;
exiierieiu'H uroves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible it its civil service be subject to
change nt every eiemon, oe a prize iouxiu
lor at the ballot box, be a brier reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed lor proved cunpetency and held lor
fidelity In the public employ; that the dis
pensing of putronage shoiitd neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument or their ambition; here,
again, proles -ions luMueit in tne preioriu
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
HU'onJi-cor.Rt iTio or mnii ruiu.ic
Jlfform Is nccesary even more in the
higher trades or Hie public service. The
nresident. vice president, judires, senators
representatives and cabinet officers and all
others iu authority are the people's serv
ants; their olnces are not a private perquisite-
-thev are a nublic trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the dissrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ol the house ot repre
sentatives marketing his rulinus as a presid
ing officer; three senators profiting secretly
bv their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed In Jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury lorglog bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public hinds; a
secretary ol the navy enriched or enriching
friends bv percentages levied otf the prolits
of contra, tors with his department: an
embassador to Enirland censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
nrivate secretary barely escaping convic
tion udob trial lor iruilty complicity in
trauds upon the revenue; a secretary ot
war lraneac hod lor hiirh crimes ana misue
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the lirst step in relorm must be the
people's choice of honest men from another
nartv. lest the di-eaae of one political or
ganization mlect the body politic; and lest
bv raakinir no change or men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
The Gairo Bulletin
Job Printing Establishment
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tinlrkeM, Stiireal nnl
Blank Book Manufactory,
Picture Framing Headquarters
I'hvslcians recommend, and Farrier declare
thut no niicli reim-die liavaevcr before been In
Worda are cheap, but the proprietors in
these articles will present trial bottles to medical
men. arum, as a Kuaraiitei-ot wnai tuey say.
IHiatM AlK 1.1 MM KM , Willi a Vv MAI
I'Kit, will cure KlieumatiMii, NeuralKia, Lum
bago, .sciatica, I liken ureaHin, wore ."iiiii,
frosted reel, ChilhlaiLa, towelling, sprains,
and any onlmary
H.K-11, hunt on m SI I K AII.MKST.
We make no tireteiife that thia article will
cure cancer, restore loel oonea, or aive neaiui w
a wlilsky soaked eri'ass, mil ii win ainaya re
duce inllamnialion and alluy pain.
It will extract the poison ol lules ami Minjrs,
i and lival burns or scalds wuholt a si. ah. 1'alsj ,
Weak Hack, diked RreasU, r.aiwne. 1 ootliaclie.
Itch and l iitaneous Lruiiliuus readily yield to
Henry Itlack, of Ada, Hardin Co., 0.,says :
" My wife has had rheumatism for II va years
no rest, no sleep could srjirceiy walk across the
floor, hne in now completely cun-i ujr inr use
of Centaur Liniment. Wc all feel thankful to
you, and recommend your wonderful medicine
9 all our friends. '
.taniea llurd, of Zanesville. Iihlo, says: "The
Centaur Liniment cured my NeumlKia."
Allied Tush, of Newark, writes: "Send me
one dozen bottlea by express. 1 he Liuiiiieut
bus saved my !). I want to iiisiriuuie ii, ,c.
ul mis i.iniineni in mrn'nsniK nifi.
HKW IIPBOVED .
PATENT TODD STOVE,
7T17II FOOT BEST OH SOTS SHIS.
MICA WUDOWfi, WI! ItEAkTO,
AN CHINA JKN.
7U r.-.si tn r coutnetta thtt It U clrn tit gmUrt
rl'Uci tvUc et tsy i'xti lull.
l lur and IHp on the bark. 2V mvr ttlvtU
iniof Collar or t:ibow on Bht Irmn.
WARRANTED TO DRAW.'
vs zn:vxi a ornmra notrt cccx.
WM. ItKSOU & CO.. Ciiiciimati Ohio.
Manufacturer of all Kinds of Stovea fo
Cooklnar and Heatinir Purposea.
ttSeii'I for Catalogue . 2-'.MlAw-lt-ew-lv.
70S Chestnut tt., 8t. Loult, Mo.
lILNTio .MBKCUtr aut U Hi If All T DueuM.
7 D'im actraeuff. duM l-T Mrn kaMu . f tenia
ertb.cscM.t of U'' r j.r ft. Bpermatorrzia
Bemlnftt hom, ferrous UcbliJty, Btrilitr. In
IvdT, BrTouMisi, drekd of Nturt, trrtwbuliT, D4lUao(
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
Making Close Connections with the '
Alail"' to the East.
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this Line Paaer.jf'r are I.nniled at
Centennial Urounds, or at Hroad and Fine
Htreeta, iu vicinity ot the Ieadintr hotels in
I'tiiladelphia, as liieV nwyprefir. Holder of
CAN STOP OPF AT THK
And visit the tiovernment Pulldinifs, and the
njiny objects of intern-la iu and about Wa.-liinK-
UiHi-iiJ. i rawitiB uesii nig
A Sjttij, Plnstti, ni Cd::i.iV.8 Trip,
bhould rememlier that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
laCelebraleJ fur its
Elegant Coachef. Splendid Hotels, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Scenery, and the many points of
Historic Internal AXoutf
In: iDl JHaTS to u LOW
As bj A:j C'.i::
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
' Run Throiurh
Pricijal ve:len id Sr.tem Citir.
IpOK TintOl'OII TICKE'IS. IIA.(.(JA.K
' Checks, Movement ol i rains, lwlllll I ar
Aonjmmoilatioiis, Ac, Ac., aply al Jicket
Oincea at all 1'rmcipal i'uuiU,
N0BTH, SOUTH. EAST OR WEST.
E. U. LOUSEY,
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No Belts or Bellows.
WTIX WELD S UCH LEOV.
Jnst wLat la wanttd.
ireuarto LWlittiCU ,
Itvi, ttw ink.
THK Cl'RHENCY SPECIE
li.f,,rm is neecssaiy to establish a sound
curiency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
the lailure for till these eleven years to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which aro a ctiiingiiig standard ol
value in the hands ot the people, and the
ion payment of which is a disregard ol the
pliKhted laith ol the nation.
We denouue the improvidence which in
eleven years or peace has taken Iroui the
people, iu federal taxes, thirteen times ihe
wlioU amount of tho le(sl tender notes,
mid squandered loin times this sum in use
less expense, Wlliioui iicciiuiuiuimK any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the tiuunuial imbecility and immorality ot
that party which, during eleven years ol
peace, has luado no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, liai obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources ana cxuausiiutf an
our surplus income, and while annually
prolessing to intend a speedy return to
specU payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as biicu a hindrance
we denounce tho rt sumption clause of the
act of lfS7., and we demand its repeal.
We demand a juulcious system of pre
puraLiou, by public economies, by olhcial
retrenchment, and by the tintiiiccs, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
Whole world of it peilect ability audits
neilect readiness to meet any ol its prom
ises at the call of the creditor cntitlad to
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted t- competent
haudi for its execution, creul ng at no time
au artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
time alarming the public mind into a with
drawal ol that vast machinery of credit by
which '.'' per cent, ol all our busiuess trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general couhdeuce,
would, from i he day of ils adoption, bring
healing on its wings tu all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources tho prosper
ity ol the people.
It F. FORM OF THE TAKIFF FUEK TltAIiK.
Jtr foi-m U necessary in the sum and mode
of ledLr. l iuxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree lrom iliatrtist and luli-ir
lightly burdened. Wc denounce the pres
eut taritl levied upon nearly lour thousand
articles as a mat -r piece of injustice, in
equality and falne pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchiisc the products ot American Itbois;
it has degraded American uoiuuicrce iroui
the lirst to an interior. rank upou the high
seas; it has cut dowu the sale of American
uiuiiulactiires at home an 1 abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
au industry tollowed by hall our people, ll
costs the people live times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and "wastes tne IruiLs ol la
bor; It promotes fraud, fosters smuggling,
dutches dishonest otlicluU and bankrupt
honest merchants. We demand that all
custom bouse taxation shall be only tor
ItKFOKM ECONOMY IN I'l'IlUC KXl'ENsK.
luform is necessary iu the scale ot public
expense federal. State and municipal,
inn lederal taxatiou has swollen from sixty
millloui gold, in lini, to lour hundred aud
illty millions curreucy.in IsTO. Ouraggre
Kte taxation, Iroui oue hundred and Ulty
lour millions gold in lmiu, to seven hundred
aud thirty millions currency in l7ii;or, iu
one decade, iroin less ihau live dollars per
head to more than eighteen dollars per bead.
Since the peace the people have paid to
their tax-gatherer more than thrice the
sum ol the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor the lederal government
alone. W e demand a vigorous Irugalitv in
every department, and lrom every otlfcer
Ol the goverumeut.
KEIOKM lTltLlC 1. AN Hh To AC'IL'AL skT
.'(.-i7 Is necessary to put a stop to the
inoitiL'itte waste ol' the public lauds and
their diversion from actual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
2uo,isjll,osj acre upou railroad alone, aud
(in amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, lias disponed of les than a sixth di
rectly tu the tillers of the mjiL
KEFOKM AlKJl'TkD CI I IKNH, ltK.JIl I FI)
Rfform is neceasary to correct the oiiimia
siou of a republican cougreand the errors
of our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-citizens ol foreign
birth aud kindred race, recroaaing the At
lantic, ol the shield of American eilizeu
ship, and have ipoed our brethcrn of the
l'acitic coast to the lucurkion of a race not
sprung lrom 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
REFORM REFORM REFOKM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ol tbo ascendancy
of the reDiiblicad parly, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reiormers are voted uown
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the party's mass or honest voters
Is powerless to resist the eighty thousand j
officeholders, it leader and guides.
h'eortn can only be had bv a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures and oi men.
E?&-All for $1.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice MuBio arranKcd
lor the 1'iuno Forte will be sent by mail on re
ceipt of one dollar, (post paid) or single copies
ilI lf rent a each.
They can al.o tie ordered through any news
ueaie in me uuueu. niau:.
1 1 appier day a 1 ustru men till
Why can 1 not Forget
Far O'er the Wave
High Life Waltz
Down where the Violets Grow..
When Old.lrrksnn had his lay.
'I he lirand uid farm
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A More Vmnjte JOB PlllNTJMl ESTABLISHMENT thia
the "MitUttiii" Ojjire i not in tuiy of the citirs of ihr Mimmppt 'y, out
tide of St. LnuU. It is entithd to diul should reniv? (he support of the citi-
zens of vairo ana all the country contiguous thereto.
DILLS OF LADING,
liLA NR BOOK II E A DINGS,
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
FA MP II LETS, BOOKS,
ir the tough skin, flesh and liili'cles of
HIiUSIH. MI I.KS AMU ANIMALS.
We have never yet seen a case or aiti.
wwnv, King-ltone, Wiiel-tiall, scratches, or
1'i.ll-h'vll. which this Liniment would not
apeedilv Iwnerlt, and we never aaw but a few
easeawhich It would not cure ItWii.ll nn
when anvthiiig can. It is folly to sH-nd t tor
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth ol Centaur
Liniment willdo better. 1 he following isasam
..t ..r tli. i uifiii v iiroullced :
W. I". Hopkins, Postmaster, 1'hpu, O , says:
Centaur l.iniiutul cau'l be ll. il cures
every time." . . ,
Yki.vkrtos, March 2, IsTl.
TheU'iitiiur Llniiiients are the l.t selling
medicines we have ever hud. I he demand M
very grcjit for it, and we cannot aflonl to le
Jim ERsoit. Mo., Nov. 1", l"t
"Some time ago I w a nhiiing bore U, St.
Umis I got our lia.tly erippleii hi me car.
With great dinlctilty I got him to the Miihlc.
The sluhle keeia-r gave me a bottle i f your I en
taur l.iniinent, which I used with sm h aiiri.
that in twoday the horse was artive ami nearly
well. I have been a veterinarv surgeon lor
thirty years, but your Viniment lieals anj tiling
I have ever ued
"A. .1. M'LAIM'Y Veterinary Surgeon
For a postage!, hiiiii we wid mail al iitoir
Almanac, containing hundred of eerlilliaH-,
from every htiite in the I'uion. 'these I.jiu
lueiits are now sold by all dealers in the country.
laboratory of J. ll. Itu-L Am.,
. lutY Si., Nk oiik.
The College Quickstep ,
There's a letter in the Candle..
N a lath
On vou Ilea V 1 innk he UHl.'
Address orders to Iteuj. W. Hitchcock, Pub
Uahero.W Third Avenue ii-9-iltiu.
TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Orders stnt m, add) used to "The Cairo Bulletin Company, Cairo,
Illinois," trill rt reive prompt attention.
Oast or ia.
Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of llvannis, Ma.s... e-
H-rmiinle.l in his private practice, for twenty
years, to produce a combination that would have
the properties of CAs Kilt OIL without ita uu
pliwutnt taste and griping eiTcel.
His preparation was sent for. ni-ar and fur,
till Mnallv he gave it the name ot Casloria, a I
pill It Ui l'.rr..l-. il i- wry womlertlll in IIS
effects, particularly with the Ui-onlercl atoui-
ahs and howfls ol children. It Asiwilao-S
Tiia Food, cures sour stomach and w ind colic.
regulates the Isiwels, r.xpeis orias, ami may
lie ri-losl iinoii in croiin.
As a oleanaiit. t tlective, and laTfecllv al'e
Cathartic remedy, it in miierior to Castor oil,
Cordial and syrup It docs not contain alco
hol, and is adaptwi to any aye.
Ity regulating the stomach and bowels m
crona and sickly children, they tiecome good-
natured and health v. I hey can enjoy sliep, ant
mothers have rest The Citxtoria Is put up at the
Laboratory of ). li. Hose Co., ity .-iieei.
Irrr.tMl OoMtuBMiM. Imt tmr.1 1 r tor .oetotT lt2 aftfTl...
r iwmii I. Sualo-Ml rf-rftlor losff'ttaftllal .bM. .f
O.eet. OonarrlKsa.aiHmura nd Brphijl. U Srail
a(TUif bioo4. Hnfi... lii-.-y.l VltUltrfku, iwa, lArfrnt.
Mia, ., YV C A Jf 1'Ukl.afii a4 arai.aMtir.
?l)OU..Bl. f fi.ltf&t. tur.4 iif a., nnlcl 90 tvntfj. Ou.
UArxj yr.n i rvue, .Qd bclaff fTBlMiftrMvnil artSiMl
c''.l.fr.. b...rtt4 ft. .1)11 Bfi4 Blfff!". W.BBBWB
ad.lTBftB ir-mUBMI BWurcIf aft brlrBWlf to pmtmnm bi
4iiutw. rrr.imvl-B'- bb4 rofnuli.UoB iVb.. PrtVBt
MfxliOBi OudaMat ia s.alaa aaealopa Ibt iwb
BOOK OF NATURE.
KvM7 irrxrm of tmia him 101 If Ut -M atai.tai
iui Dm. boti:l bf It la tbcirpriritdrmr. SQlvar1
of Ifrrtof l"if, riimkm$ 14 ifr ot )Aab(l l4
voBiAnbaod. H1U.t. bvftotlfal
thUSrm. vrf.l BMtdstcl 4 no ftbl tsftB r wi nmi pr
liDUotit r tb taulsmu of oori fcfcrrlH Ufa. ot,
pyurtir fpoat wd) to ftar ftdslr tor Urn u
Al-i-t. Dr. Joqno, OentrAl MrdwH l&stitut,
705Chtcuf tr t, BV Ixui. Mo.
617 St Charles .treat, St. Louie, Mo.
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