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.TCHAS. E. LXLANO. lroprietrr
Of Delevan ilwuae, Aloat) , N. T., au
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Ofllciftl Text aa Reported by the
Adopted al SI. I.imiIh. June 'J. Is70.
Wf, tlio tlelcp.-itrs of t lie liotuorfatic
l-arty l tin1 I nitcil Mate?, in n:itiotol con
MTitloti nM'iiililril. do heicliy dcidare the
ad minil ration ol tin leiicrul (,'overniiiont
to la in iii-.Tiit reoil of linmt'diuie reform;
do lieieliy crijoin upnn the iioniiiice of thin
conventioi,, nml ot the deiii'ierntio parly In
endi State, a calout t llnrt ntiU toopi'ia
tiuii to this pud. and do hereby nppeul to
cur fellow-citizen of every former political
connection to undertake with u tliiilirst
an t most jircinir putriotic duty.
TI1K CMOX, TnK. COXsTITL'TtOX, HEl l ltt.:
C 8 8KI.K-GOVKUNMENT.
For the democracy of I lie whole cmintiy,
wc do hereby rculllrin our liiiih in the mt
inaiiciicu of the fcdi-rul union: our devotion
t. Ihn ...inliliilinn nl' tlwi I 'inlml l.f....u
with iif naici (Iiiii iiIm universally accepted
iib the linal fett'einont of the coiitroversieM
that eiifrer.dcred ci il war, an. 1 dn here re
cur J our uteadlii'-t coi tidence in the perpe
tuity of leoub icau tell-tfoveiuinent.
HIK FIRST CKXll KV.
In uh?olute ai'iiuiPK-cuce in the will of
the majority the vital principle id repub
lics in the. Ml rcinaey i f the e i i 1 over the
military authority, in Lie totai separation of
churi'li'mxl state, f or the sake alike ot civil
and relitfiotiH freedom; in the equality ol
all citizens before ju.it laws ol their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual con
duct, uuvexed by sumptuary laws; In the
faithful education of iIk rising generation,
that tncy may preserve, enjoy und transmit
t!itM best conditions of hum An liappineM,
und hope we heboid the noblest products of
a hundred yearg ol eliaugelul history; but
while upholding the bond ol our union and
great charter ol thi ne great rights, it be
hooves a Pee people to practice also that
eternal vigilance which H the price of
KEKOKM CORKtTTIOX CENTRALISM.
Kefurm U necosary to build and establish
in the hearts ol the Whole peoplj the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secesrion of Mates but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, whi h,
after intlrctiiii; upon ten States the rapaei y
of carpet has; tj rjimies, lias honey combed
the ollices ol too federal government itselt
with iiicapaeiiy, waste and fraud; infected
Sialcs iidiI inuir'cipilitics with the conta
gion of mi grille, and locked last the pros
perity oi an iiuiustrious people in the pa
ralysis of hard tune.
ltKIOUM OK TIIK ClltURNCY SI'KCIB
liiftirm is neeessaiy to establish a sound
currency, res'ore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
the lallui'd for all these eleven years to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard ol
vahirt in the hands ol the people, and ihe
lion payment of which is a di.-r.gard ol the
plighted faith ol the nation.
V'e denounce the liiumn Idcnuc which in
eleven yearn of peace Las taken troni the
people, in lederul taxes, thirteen tune the
whole amount of the lcgl tender notes.
.in. j siiuuii'ieivu tout times this sum lu use
less expense, without uccuuiiiKling any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the tiaancial imbeciliiy and immoral ty ol
that pat ty which, uuring eleven years of
peace. lis nude no advance toward rc
dciiipttnii; no preparation lor resumption,
but, in-tc:id, has obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and cxhau-timr nil
o.t sunilus iiieonic, and while aiiiiually
j-ioie-sing iu iiiienu a sjiecu rettliu to
specla paymeiit, has unnuailv enacted fresh
Liudrancts thereto as btich a hindrance
we uenoutcc the resumption clause of the
act of lsTo. and we demand its repeal.
in uum-tiju Jililicioua sjoieiu OI prC-
PHiation. by public ecunomies. bv official
retrenchment, and by the liiiauies, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whoio world of it petfect ability audita
perfect readiness to ulcet nnv ot its prom
ises at the call of the creditor entitled to
e Deiieve such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted t competent
baud tor its execution, ereat n at no time
an artiticial scarcity ol currency, and at no
time alurniing the public mind into a with
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which Vr per cent, ot nil our business trans
a"tions are perlormed; a svstem opeu to
the public and in-pirio;,' general contidence,
would, from the day ol ita adoption, bring
healing on its wings to all our harrasned in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
rnerce, manufactures and the ine.-hanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new iu all in national sources the prosper
ity ol ihe people.
it El OHM OF TliK TAKJ1T H;IK 1!AIK.
.'.(( Is necessary in the stun mi l mode
of ftder. I taxation, to the i ml that capital
may be ni iree lioia distrust ami il) r
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent taiiU levied upon nearly four thousand
articles us a ma-tr piece of injuice, in,
equality uod false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
ha impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits iuipoi I that might
purchase the products of American ftbors;
it lias degraded American vominerco irmn
the lii st to un interior rank upon the hi"h
eas; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at homo au 1 abroad, and de.
pleted the returns of American agriculture
au industry followed by hall our people. It
i r ... ' aj v v UiaU H lirt
duces to tiie treasury; obstructs the process
of production, aud wastes the Imits ol la
bor; it promotes Iraiid. fosters smuggling.
uruuutn uinciai nun bankrupts
honest meichunts. We demand thit all
custom house t txatiou shall be only lor
UlCKt.KM-KKiXOMV niu.ic EXi.KvhK.
Jx fona is necessary in the scale ol publie
expense ledtral. Mate and municipal.
Our tedcra taxation has swollen from sity
milllon i gold, in lfs-io, ,our uu JreJ aua
fllty miihons currency, in ls70. Utirag-re-gte
taxation. Irom oEe hundred und hfty
four millions gold in ltou, to seven huudied
and thirty ini.hoiH curreiav ia 170; or in
one decade, from less than 'live dollur per
head to more thun eighteen dollar per head
Mtice the peace the people have paid to
their tax-gatherer more than thrice the
jumot the eutional debt, und more than
twice that aim, lor the ledcral government
aioue. e demand a igorou Irugaht v in
every department, und Horn every otllcer
ol the goernuieiit.
kekorm i iiiLic lands to actual skt
, 'i lb its.
J;, f. r,n I, necessary to put a stop to the
prolixin waste of the public land and
their diversion from actual settler bv the
parly in power, which ha niuan.iered
iioo.ooO.ijoo acre iifon railroad alone, and
mi amount of more than thrice that agjre
gate ha. C.postd of le. than a sixiu
rectly to the tiller of the Mii.
liKtOHM-AbOI'TED cniEKS, ItKJirTKD
l..for,H i necessary to correct the ommi,
slon of a republican congres.and tha errort
ot our treble, and our diplomacy which
have .tni.pe l our lehow- itlen If foreign
birth ami kindred race. recro,!U(f a"
lautic, ol the shield of Americau it .u.
tup, . and have exposed our brethero of the
1'acihc coa-t to the incursion of a race not
apruU irom the alUe great parent foc2
and, in fact, now by ilW Jrnij d,,, If'
through naturalization, a being J
I Ustoined 1 1 li. tradition, of , roessive
vl nidation, nor exercised in liberty nml r
eciusl Irwk, We denounce the policy v lib h
thus discard the liberty-loving Oeiaian
and tolerate the revival of the enolle trade
in Mongolian women, imported for immora,
purposes, aud Mongolian met hold to per
form servile labor contract.
THE KALSK OKI TARUI ISHt'K TIIK KAI.MK
Htfitrm I neeecsary, nnd can never lie Di
rected only by niskirg it the fonirollmic
lsiie ol the el-ct'ons, and lilting it above
tlietwofil-c issue with which the olticc
holding el.is and the party in poa erseck
to smoiher it.
Fir-t-thn false is lie with which tliry
would cnkindl sectarian strif. in respect
to the public schools, ol which ihe establish
ment ami support belong exclusively to
the several Mate, nnd which the demo
eratic party ha cherished Irom their inun
dation, and I resolved tomaintain, without
anv tinrtlulltv or tirnlerciicf. fur anv elms
sect or rteed, nnd without eontibutiug
irom the treasury to any .
Second The false I sue by which they
a.il: tn llirlit n ..... iI.a ill Imr A.iil..ra ..f
' " ' " .'ft... nin .ii.j ...u. ....... . v.
sectional hnte between kindred people once
unnaturally eratigeif, but now reunited
on one indivis ble repiiblie and a common
REKOP.M THE CIV It. 8KUVICE.
Kiorm is necesry in the civil service;
experience proves that ellieient, econoiuic
hI conduct of the governmental business is
not possil le it it civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, be u brief reward of
party zeal, instead of post of honor, as
signed for proved c mpetency nnd held lor
fidelity in the publie employ: that the die
pensiig of patronage sliou d neither be a
tax upon the time of nil our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profes ions fal ihe d in the preform
nnce, a test that the party in power can
work cut no practical or satisfactory
RKl'OHM COllRH'TlOX OK IIIOH I'IBI.IC
Ji'Jorm I necessary even more in the
higher grndes of the public service. The
president, vice proiden', judges, senators,
representatives und cabinet othcers and all
others in authority nre the people's serv
ants; their ollices are not a private perqui
site -they are a public tiust.
When tho annuls of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent: a late speaker ol the hnu-c ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulinus us a presid
ing otlicpr; three senator profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
of the leading committees of the lute house
of representatives exposed in jibbery; a
lute secretary of the treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public funds; a
secretary of the mivy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off the prolits
of eontrattors wiili his department; nn
embassador to Kngland censured in a dis
honorable speculatija; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
Irauds upon tho revenue: a secretary of
war impeached for high clinics and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first n!cd in reform must be the
people's choice of honest men from another
party; lent the di-eae of one political or
ganization infect the body politic; und lest
ny making no cnunge oi men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
REKORM RKKOIIM HKFOHM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ol the ascendancy
of the republican pany, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformer are voted d iwn
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the ptirtv's mass of honest voters
Is poworlci-g to resist the eighty thousand
officeholder, it leader and guides.
Heurm can only be hud bv a peaceful,
civic, revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures aud ol men.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Music arranged
lor the l'iiuio Kortewill lie sent by muil on re
ceiiit of one didlar, (lost paid) or single copie
ut i 'i cents each.
Tuey can also Imj ordered through any new
leide in the Cmteil State.
diaipier days instrumental .Tom Ttrown
Why can 1 not Eorget Clurible
Ear O'er the Wave,.... Maylath
High Life Waltz Mrauss
Down where the Violet tirow Westerne
When OldJrckson hail hi Day Westerne
The I i mini Old Kami Itublee
The College Quickstep Mod'taid
There' a Letter in the Candle Coote
Do you Iteally Think he Did
Address order to Uenj. W. Hitchcock, Pub
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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THE PRINTING OFFICE :
A More Comjl,tc JO 11 PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT thun
tht "liuUttm" Office i not in any of tU ciVtV of the Mwupi lallri, out
tide of St. Lwtit. It it entitled to and thonll rerrice the support of the riti.
zent of Cairo and all the country contiguous thereto.
HILLS OF LADING,
H LANK HOOK HEADINGS.
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HANI) HILLS,
FA M I'll LETS, BOOKS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Ordi rt tent us, addnssed to "Thr Ciro Bull, tin Company, Cairo
Illinois" will receive prompt attention.
THE BOOK BINDERY :
Tliere it no kind of Binding required ly thi community that cannot he
done at the Bulletin Cairo City Bindery in the lest oj ttyle and at the loieett
If you have Pamphlet you with to preserve, send them to us for binding.
If you have Magainct to he bound, tend them in.
If you have Music Ut be bound, u nd it in.
If you have Blank Boohs, with or xcithout printed headings, ue can man
ufacture them for ym.
If yon have Ruling to be done, ice can do it in the best style on the
The Bindery it in charge of Mr. AMBROSE W. FY ATT, afnt-rate
workman, u liSse devotion to hit business and the promptness v:ith which he
turm out the best of work, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo has in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Hiving Purchased the Complete Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Framing apparatut of the la,efirm of Rockwell a, we are. now prepared
t frame all kinds of Picture,, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornices,
and do all kinds of work in (his line.
If yon have Chromot, bring them to usjor mounting and framing.
If you have Picture, of any kind bring them to m, and at a trijling ex.
ln,e we will make them ornament, for your room, and dwelling.
-Ord,r, addressed to E. A. BURNETT, wilt be promptly attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man and tho Young Man a Chance !
While, lor the llnmitn Fnmlljr,
Vellovt, Mr Iloror nml Animal.
1 hee Liniment aveaithplv the wonder of the
World. 1 heir effect nn- little less (ban marvel
lous, yet there are some thing v Hieli they will
not do. lliey will not nut rum rr or mend
lirkcn hones, but lin y will alwayal)uv pnin.
I hey have stmirhtemd Angers, cured chronic
rlieiiniHtHiii n niiiiiy yurs minding, ami taken
the pnln I'nim tenibie burns and scalds, winch
lias never been dime bv anv otbersillele.
Ihe While l.lniinriil i r thehiiii.au
tuiuily. II will dne ihuiimtisiti, tviatira and
m-uralri I mm the system cur IiiiiiIhmio,
cliillhlatns, palsy, ikh. and must cutaneous
millions. 1 1 extracts imM iroin frozen hands
and leet, and the iHiison n bit,.,, Hl ti,iKs of
venoiiiinoiis reptiles; it sulnhiea iwelliugs. ami
alleviate pain ot every kind.
For spr:una or bruise it is Hie niot potent
remedy ever discovered. The Centaur Lini
ment is use I with great eilicaey lor sore
throat, tool Imr he, caked breast, earache and
weukbara. I lie following is but a amideoi
Isoiasa Home. Jii-k. Co..(
....... . May . i:a i
"I think It my duty to inform you that I have
suffered much with swollen feet and chord. I
have not been free from these swelling In eight
year Mow I am perfectly well, thank to the
Centaur Liniment. The Liniment onyht tu Is?
applied warm. IIe.s.iami ItitoH.
The prouf is iu the trial, li Is reliable, it i
handy, it i cheap, and every t'amilv should have
To Ui lck nnd bed-ridden the halt and lame,
to Ihe wounded and sore, wrsav, "Come nd be
To the poor ami distressed who hare aiient
their money fur worthies medicine, a liotile of
Ceiittnr Liniment will br given without charge
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
ia adapted to the touxli muscles, cord and flesh
of horses. If has is rliirine.l more wonderful
cure of spavin, strain, wind-galls, scrstrhc.
weenv, and Kencrul bimenesn, than all other
remeilie in existence, lieadw hnt thcgrentEil
presoiuen say of it;
X.w Yoiik, .hiiiunry. Is? I.
"Every ownr of horses slmiitd give the en
taur Liniment a trial . W e consider it the lM
art Irle ever iisol in our stable.
'II. MAItMI.Supt. A. Isms Ex.Stabh. V. V.
"E. I'L LIZ. fupt. C ... Kx. Stlles, N Y.
"A. S. DLLS'. Sunt. Nut. Ex. Uble N.
Mos'tgiimkhv, Al.A., Aug. 17. M.
liRWTl.r. wax: I have ued oxer one gros e
Centaur l.iniiiint. yellow wrHpis-r. on Ihe
mules of my plantation, I.eMdes io.en ofthe
family Liniment tor my neifrrf-s. I want to
purchase it ut the who'lesiile price, and w ill
thank you to ship me by S-avanah steamer one
gros of ,-ach kind. Messsrs. A. T. MewtrtA
Co. will ouy your bill on presentation.
Uespectfully, Jamss Daiihow."
Thels'st patron of this Liniiiient are Eurri
ers and Veteniiry surifeons It heals gnlls.
wounds and null-evil, ienne swelling, and
i worth iiiillioii of dollars to tanners, luciy
inen, stoi'k-Kroweis, shcep-rai-ers, and those
having horses or rattle
What a Earrier cannot do fur -t the t eulunr
l.iniini iii w ill no ut a ti ilium tiu
I hese Liniment ai-e warranted l.y the pro-
prietors, and a Isiltle will U- j-iven t.any tar
id uernr i nysiciau w nooeiire lole.-l lliern
J-alKiratory of J. It. UOK ( t)
Dtv Sr.. Ni.w Y'UtK.
Oast or ia.
Is a pleasant ami SL'rfect snli-titiite, in nil cures
for Castor Oil. i astoria i the result f an old
Physician' effort to produce, for his own prac
tice, au effective culhai tic, pli-anl to the Isole
aud free from grilling
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