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tipim leave Cairo daily p.
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Louis and East St. Louis, with all other
luxe to th Mortal. Krmmt nd Weal.
Arrive at St. Louis..
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.Arrive at Uairo . 4:40 p.m.
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CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SnOBTEST ROUTE TO
Evansville, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louisville,
BUNKING THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
Tbe Shortest and Quicken Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
We. tlie delegates of tbe democratic
tiartv of the 1'nlted State, in national con
ventlon assembled, do hereby declare the
administration of the federal government
to be in urgent need of Immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
conventlou, and ol tbe democratic purty In
e.ch Mate, a zealous, euon anu co opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our fe low-citizens of every former political
connection to uodertake with u t lit i last
an J most pressing patriotic duty.
TUB t XION, THE CONSTITUTION, KIl'L'BLl
For h Nomocracy of the whole country
we uo hereny realtirm our faith io the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
tn the constitution of the Lnited Mates
with Its ameudments universally accepted
as the final settlement of the controvert
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our steadiest confidence in the perpe
tuitv of republican selt-KOvernnient.
1HK KIRST CEXTt'RY.
In absolute acquiescence in the will of
tbe majority the vital principle ol repub
lics? in the supremacy of tbe civil over the
military authority, in ue total separation 01
church and state, tor the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equality ot
all citizens before just laws of their own on
actmrnt: in the liberty of Individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of tbe rising generation
that tney may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these heat conditions of human happiness.
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot changeful hi-tory; but
while tioboldlnir the bona 01 our union anu
great charter ol these great right, it be
hnnvea a free nennie to tiracti'e also that
eternal vigilance which U tbe price of
and. Id fort, now bv law denied cltlreusblp
throuvh naturalization, a being neither ac
eutonied to the traditions ot n progreslve
civilization, nor exercised in nuerty un.ier
equal laws. We denounce the policy wutcn
mils discards tne iineny-ioiDB
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Monirollan women, imported ror imraora.
purposes, and Mongolian me held to per
ioral eervue labor contracts.
THE FALPK PKCTARIA1 I0SI E TI1K FAI 9K
Rrfortn Is necessary, and can never he ei-
fecud only by making It the controlling
Issue of tho rl-ctinus, anu lining u n"
the two false issues with which tbe ollicp
holdinir class and the party in power seek
to smother it.
Flrst-the false lame with widen tncy
would enkindln sectarian strife tn respect
to tbe public schools, ot which tbe establish
ment and support oeiongs exclusively
the several States, and which the demo
cratic party has cherttdied from their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference ior any ciass,
sect or creed, and without communing
from the Irensnrv to an v.
Second The false i-sllO by width they
aaek to liirht anew the dvins embers of
sectional hato between Kinureu pcopia once
unnaturallv estranged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic and a common
mmllM- CIVIL SERVICE
Krfnrm is necessary in tbe civil service;
eTnerience nroves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not posinle it its civil service be sibjcct to
-hnmrn nt everv election, be a prize foilL'lit
for at the ballot box, he a nriei rewaru oi
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for nroved competency and held for
fidelity In the public employ; that the dis
sension ot ratron aire snouia neuncr ue
tax upon tne time oi an our puouc incn,
nor the instrument or ineir nnitunon; nere
atrain, profesdons fal'itied in the preform
ance, u test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
The Gairo Biilletinl
Job Printing Establishment
W hlle, lor I lie lluniHn rniiilly,
Velio w, Tor llorsen nnil Aiilmal.
i'HE LATEST AND BESP
Blank Book Manufactory,
REFORM CORRUPTION- CENTRALISM
He form U necessary to build and establish
i in tbe hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued rrom tne
danger of a secession of states but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, wui :u,
after Inflicting upon ten States the rapacity
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
the offices of the federal government itself
with incapacity, waste and fraud; intecteti
States and municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, end locked fat the pros
perity of an industrious people in the pa
ralysis of bard times.
Making Close Connections with the
Mall" to the East.
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UTOIAXAJTOLIS AXD CWCUfHAri IIJ-KJt.-B.
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Arrives at rmi..
Arrive at Yiaceanee....
VIA Bt. LOUIS AD BOfTHXASTEHH EAILBOAD.
Arrives at Evaaaville........ ?:-i0 p.m.
VIA ITOIAJtATOUb AJfD VJWCaSXM RA1LHOAD.
ArrlMatlBdiananollS. f:;0 p. ro
viAOmo akd mssiasim hailhoad.
Arrives at Worth Vernon :0( p.m.
Arrive, at Cincinnati : . .
Arrivlsat Iuiavdle -- - ' u
Arrivea at Viuoennea.-
Arnvea at Camil
Arrivea at Cairo .."
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tie nwrn imnm route.
THE OSLY DIUECT RULTK TO
this Line Paaaearera re Landed at
Ceateuaial Ground, or at Broad and fine
Htreeu, la vicinity ot the Leading; hotel in
rbdadelphla, as they may prtftr. Holders of
cas stop orr attue
And visit the Government Buildings, and the
Boaor objects of lntrei in and about Waabing
toa City. Travelers desii lag
L S;u.j, fbmi, &l Coafortable Trip,
Shoald remember that the
BALTIMORE A OHIO R. R.,
Is Celebrated for iu
BUfraat Ooaahaa.Splendld Hotela, Cfrand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Boonerr, evad the BOAuy point of
Hlatorlo Iateratat AXong
Tut fill taVrUY. u 1177
U iij Other lb'
PU1XMAH PAXaVCE CARS
feipil teslsii i:i S&steru Cities.
OBioaa at all fnncipal Puinu,
Check. Moveiurat ol 1m na kiwi.. ntr I m
AeeommodmttoBi, Ac., Ac. , tDply at Ticket
VOSTH, SOUTH. EAJBT OR WEST.
S. R. DORSET,
Aae't Gea'J Ticket Aft.
THOfl. P. BARRT,
WeaterB Paaa'c'r Aft.
L. M. COLE,
Oea'l Ticket Act
TUOS. R. SHARP,
Uataa; of Transp'a
THE CCRRENCY SPECIE
J!orm is ncccssai y to establish a found
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain tbe national honor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven years to
make good the promise of tbe legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard of
value in the hands ot the people, and tbe
non payment of which is adii-r.gsrd ot the
plighted faith of the nation.
We denounce the Until o idtnee which in
eleven years of peace has taken from the
neonlc. in federal tares, thirteen times the
whole amount of tho legal tender notes,
and squandered font times this sum in u?c
lets expense, without accumulating any re
serve tor their redemption, tt e denounce
tbe financial imbecility and immorality of
that party which, duriug eleven years ot
peace, has made uo advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but. instead, h;is obliucte(I resumption bv
wanting our resource and exhausting all
our mrnlus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrance's thereto as Mich a hindrance
we denounce the resumption clause of tbe
act of 1475, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economics, by olticial
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its peilect ability and its
pcrlect readiness to meet any ot its prom-
I .1 II f ..A ...it. .:.(, - .
Hi iue cuii ui tuts iivumji eniuisu 10
We believe such a system, well devised.
ana, ahovo all, entrusted to competent
bands for iu execution, creat tig at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
time aiarming tne public mind into a with
drawal of that vast machinery of credit bv
which Uj per cent, ot all our business trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
the public und inspiring general conUdence,
would, from tbe day of its adoption, bring
ueaung on us wings to an our narrassud in
dUBtries, set in motion tbe wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources tbe prosper
oi iue people.
REFORM Of TUX TARIFF FREE TRADE
Btform Is necessary in the sum and modn
of federal taxation, to the end that canital
may be set tree from distrust and labr
iigntiy Duruened. we denounce the ores.
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a mast jr niece of miustii
equality and false pretense. Jt yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has Impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibit import that might
purchase the products of American labors;
it has degraded American euinmerce ironi
tbe first to an interior rank upon the lilgti
seas; it has cut down the sale of American
manufactures at home ani abroad, and de.
plcujd U returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed bybalt our people. U
coeta tbe people live times more than it pro
duce to the treasury; obstruct the process
of production, aud wastes tbe truiu ol la.
nor, It promotes frud. foster smucirllm?
enncnea Ui.honett otticlal ami f..,L,.....:
honest merchant. We demand that all
customhouse taxation shall be only lor
REFORM ECONOMY I PCBLIC EXfKXhE.
.SCT l """""T in the scale of public
feflu?f!:Jera1' hute municipal!
mnuienaerLt,"utlm h" ,wo"en from sixty
,?old' tn hundred au5
"."uo currency, in 1M7Q ihir.,,.
r ,rotn one hundred and hftv-
four million rold in lwin t
end thirty minion, currency To TTr Z
ZZZ ---' " ca uiau uve aouars per
2r 7kmor" eighteen dollars per head,
blnce the peace the people have paid to
aum Vf;8"hei"er'. mon thn ttarlc the
sum Ot tbe national 4K .nH ... . .,
S wiT lor ha overnment
alone. We demand a v gorou fruealitv in
every department, and !rom ever? oufcer
ol the government. ' viuv.tr
RF.KOIIM CORRt PTIOX OK HIGH TI BLIC
Rrfiirm is necessarv even more in the
hiifher trades of the public service. Tbe
president, vice president. Judires, senators
representatives and cabinet officers and all
others in authority are tho people's scrv
ants; their offices are not a private peniul
site--thev are a public trust.
When tbe annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ot tbe house ot repte
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators proriting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of tbe leading committees of the late house
ot representatives exposed in jobbery; a
late secretary ot the treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; late attorney
general misappropriating public funds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off tbe profits
of contractors wi h bis department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
orivate secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue: a secretary ot
war impeached for hieh crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be the
neonle's choice of honot men from nnotner
nartv. lest the dl-eac of one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
bv makimr no cbanire of men or parties we
can get no chauge of measures and no real
REFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wronsrs snd crimes, the
product of sixteen years of the ascendancy
or tne repuDitean party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed bv republicans them
selves, but their reformers are voted down
in convention and displaced from tbe
cabinet; the party's mass of honest voters
is powerless to resist tne eighty inousanu
officeholders, its leader and guides.
lirform can only be had by apeaceiui,
civic revolution. We demand a change ot
administration, a change of party, that we
mv have a chan?e of measures and of men.
Picture Framing llratlquartrrs
Northwest Corner Twelfth
'these Liniments are simply the wonder of the
world. 'I heir ellecla are little less than nutrvel-
loits, yet there are some things which they will
nit do. They will not cure cancer or mend
broken bones, hut they will always altar twin.
'I hev hnve strniirhtc tied tinner", vtiretl ehroaic
riieiinintism oi many years suiiminir, ana maeii
the I m tn from terrible burns and scalds, which
has never hen done hv any othernrtlcle.
The Willi Liniment Is lor the human
family. It will drive rhimiHtisni, sciatic and
nemalKla from the syMcm; cure lti!nlKO,
r.hilllilains, pulpy, ihh, and most rtitaneoiis
eruption. It extract 1'rosf from fron n hands
and feet, and the poison til' bites and slings .f
veiiuiiiiuuiis reptiles) It sulnlnea swellings, and
allc iiites iwin ol every kind.
For -plains or hrmm-s it is the most potent
remedy ever diseoventl. The Centaur Lini
ment is nse.i with rrcat eltieary I'nr sore
throst, tootharhe, eaktil breiu-t, earache aud
wc-uk hues. I he loliuwitig i but a euuipla "I
mi iiktoii tctiinomu!i
"1niiiaa IIomk. Jan . Co.. I
Ind.. May ii'.
"l think it my duly to inf irm yon that I have
.iifli ritl milch Willi swollen fc-et and chord. 1
have not Is-en free from thi-M- awrllniK In eight
years Now l miu iertVi tlr well, thanks to the
'....t.i. ...I........ 'I i.m I in ni.nl njiuiii ifi
Street, Bulletin iii' -rm. kwiasis imu.t
l lieprooi is in ine trim. 11 ih rcnauie, ii i
banily, il is eheup, and every family should have
Tn th sick and Iwd-ridden the h.ilt and lame.
to the wounded and sore, wenay, "Come and be
To Hie noor and ilislres-cd who have stient
their money lor worthless medicine, a hoice of
t eutaur l.iuimeiit w ill Ik' given w Ithout charge
PATENT TODD STOVE,
vtjth rc3T assi on both bibis.
MIC 4 ltlNDOWS,Hwn asavAvaaaaa,
AIM U CHINA IHS.
r.-iM ;rs t ecaf.rstfai tut 11 il It fflM
til itit isrf; sf sty itori wis.
' tn-l I'ipr on fie 6ire. JV wore MHvtU
"! of Vtlar or nwr om mnrm w.
WAI1RANTKD TO D H A W .
ro cic:r:a a craroa raein soei.
WM. HEHOll &tJ., tii.ciilHill.i".
Manufacturere of all Kind of Stove a f u
Cooking and ueaunsr nrposti.
tf Send forCaUlotme. -9-dAw-tt-ew.lr.
705 Chestnut St., 8t. Louis, Mo.
rmttaMtaaSM ItCMABUi BUCIAL TABAT
tla,MTIa iiiSKClur . UU1WAHT ttmaaa
ItnHiMmuntiMMiUMi Sr HtiH UMM fMia
r ib.tiMM of uit inreuk a Bue, laalJf lliuM.
eotslnal loms. Mm-voo lMbility, ianUty,Iaa
potaooe. an tA.iriMMrM .itmui. MaMaariua4a4
hdy. MmuiMMilM4,f fitar., trrtfcisa.tr, lalHlUa.
I.IWI Knrnmmyvmm, iiwwiiiypri,iilirmniinl
Smnut auxi. tiMiM.biim.i vital urcua.aMata.ianat,
, kl,.,vv van iiva.iMirMilniiif,
m la Siui.m. i m.at ar img main mt
OonerrtsoM, trlotora aa4 Brplull t.u I
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
THE PRINTING OFFICE
All for 31.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Musto arranged
im iik I'muiii t'urtrwlll be sent oy nuiii ou re
ceipt or one dollar, (post paiuj or single copies
at I J cenU each.
They can alo lw orleiel through any news
dcale in the Cnited (State .
Happier days Instrumental Tom I.row n
Whv can I not Forget larihle
Far O'er the Waves. Maylatb
HiKh Life Walti hlrause
lown where the Violets tirow Westerne
When Old Jrekson ht his iay Westerne
The Urand Old Farm Kuhlee
1 he ColleKe Quit ktlep .....Ul'ltird
1 here's a Letter in the Candle Ceote
Ik you Really Think be Did.'
Address order to llenl W. Uitchroek. Iub
liaher. M Thipl Avenue N. V. i-s-d'.m.
More Gmtul-te J Oil PMNTIXG ESTABLISHMENT ihtn
tht " Hitllt ti'it" OJIlre it not ii any of the. citl of ih? M!$!$si'ppi 'illy1 out
titU of St. Ismi. Jt in fnlltlrd to nl shouftl r?ri iv? th? iipKirl of ih? ritS
zen of Cuiro ami all ihc ciiuittry contiguous lln rtto.
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS,
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
.MA MM 0 TH DOS TERS,
PA MFIIL EIS, B 0 OA'S,
is nd inled to the tough muscle, cords and fie-ll
of horses. I; ha crloniicd inure Wonderlul
eiiee of spin in. strain, wind-trails, srrutrhfa,
sweeny, and trenerul lameness, than nil other
reinedicsin eistenee. Huel what the great t.v
pressmen say "I it:
Saw YoKh. .litniiHi v. Kl
Fii-rv i.a'ner of hnrs-.4 ahoutal rive the 4. en-
taur l.iuimeil a trial. W t mn.-idur it Iheliest
article ever Istsl in our stable.
"II. MAIS-il.Suiit. Adams Ks. Stables, N. Y
1 K. IT IT. Sunt. t: is. Fx. Stnhles, X Y
"A. M. tH.lN. Supt. XaU Kv. hUhles, N . 1 .
MiisiuoviRr. Ala., Aiitt. 17, '74
'CtsTi tmii-l have nsed over one cross 01
Centaur Mutuant, yellow wrapper, on the
mules of my pantatlon, beside iloti-u vftlie
luinily Linimeit for my negroes. I want to
purchase it at the wholesle price, and will
thank you to sJi me liy favanah stewmer one
irrons of citrh kaul. Metssrs, A. T. Mewvrt A
Co. will pay yojr bill on presentation.
Ileapect'ully. J amis IUkiiow."
T he hest ntrins of this Linime it are Farri
rr. ami V t-ti lurv Burireona. It heal icitllfl,
wounds and n.ll-eyil. remove swellini?. und
I worth milU'ns of tlollur to farmer, livery
men, stock-trowers. elicep-raiaer, aud those
having LorACior cuttle.
Wliat a Far ier cj.nuot do for 20 the Centaur
Liniment wil do at a triniu cost.
I hese Liuiiients are wurrunted by the Pro
prietors, airl bottle will be p'wvn to any l ar
lier or l'hysluan who desire to t-t tbt ia sold
ereryw-herc. . . '
Lawratoryof J- It. KO-h K.O.,
4 lkv 61. , Saw 1 oica.
Oast or ia.
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Orders it nt its, iiiUinit tn "77. Cairo BuU.I'ui Company, Cairo,
Illinoin," tcill naive prompt attention.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilt UL'LI-t 1 IN is published tvtry luormcg
(except Monday) 1st the Bulletin Building, cor
ncr Washington avenue and TweuXh street.
Tub Bullktim is served to city subscribers by
faithful carriers at Twenty-Five Cent a Week,
payable weekly. By Mail, (in advance), eloper
annum; six months, 16; three months, 13; one
month, 1 25.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Fublivhcd every Thursday morning at 1
pe. annum, invariably in advance. 1 he po.lnf
on the Weekly will be prepaid at tl.i ofllce, so
that subscriber wil obtaiu for a uhscribtion
riee of 1 a year.
JeaeUoaef nAwj, 7th Avenue and
XICW TOZIXI CXTY,
hJe Blocks wast of Gran 4 Central Depot
m. N.w Mr,.o aaiiroad, and but tw en
ty minute frem Wall Su-,L All modern
iKMsavementa. Ruee H per day. Lib.
Otfta BotsJ, Santog. Mim.
MFORM-PCBUC IAKD8 TO ACTUAL BET-
DMriVi. ;r:;r!J? p op.touie
ji..iS , viia puono lands and
keir diversion from actual aetUer. b, the
Lwi Vlv wmca has aquaudered
OO.CtOO.OOO acres upon railrn,i. .vJ:". .1
an amount of more than thrice ttiat are
gate. bae disposed of lest than a tixtl dt
. f ww MIDI, VI jub) eon,
REFORM AbOI'lilD CITIZEMH, REJECTED
ai,V"". necJ'y to correct tbe ommis
ff0i?f f PUhllcan eongreseand the errors
i. ni our diplomacy, which
bSX 'I11L0UT, of loreigS
btrth end kindred race, recrolng the At-
mSJSI fchiel1 wf AmertcaS ctt.ztri:
hip, , and have exposed our hretHere of the
Pacific eoast tO tha inenralnna r,r . ' l".
prung Irom the same great parent stock,
Is a plexsiint and ierrect substitute, in all ce
for i ator Oil. Cwhirta is the leeiill c an id
Physician' effort to prwduce. for his own prac
tice, an effective eatlutita;. pita ant to the taste
and tree from prtpiiig
ur. s.iu 1.1 i- iu r. UI I1VUUT1LII. .miw.., -
csied in con. biiiintf, w ilbo'it Hie u-e of alco
hol, a puiyalne aneiil as ple;titnt to taae rts
boner, and which tmanesses ill the desirable
,.r, n.i-ti. oft MMtnr t III .
Il i adapted to all aces, but is esieia!ly re,:-
oiunieiidtd tonioili. is a rilialile reiurdy lor
all dUorilcr of the st much ud bowel, of chil
Hn.n It ,h fiTtiiin. uL'reatilr. abtolutrly harm
less, and cheap. Il should umsi or w inn
colic. Hdur stomach. Worm, eostivene.s, eroui
ef... then children can luve sleep snd mothci
.1. It KDKt .T IO'. OI I'ey rjlirri,
York, ai-e the tha sole prejurer id astora, af
ter it. rather a rerpie o-.i-i.uw
T, . , "f it,
Uuslnesa Cards, per annum ...38 00
One suuare, one BerUoa..... , uo
One square, two insertions, 1 50
One square, one wee , .. ...m So
One equate, two Weeks .. 3 50
One square, three week.- 4 00
One squre, one month,.- ou
One square, one insertion......
iaeb, subsequent luaertija
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