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CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
, the delegate of the democratic
patty nf tin" I' uited Mali, in national con
vention assembled, dn bcicl.y declare tbe
administration ot Hie federal government
to be in urgent red of immediate reform:
do herein cnioia upon the nominee of this
iotienitL, lind oi tbe de mocmic part? tn
e U Mate, m zealous f fieri and o opera
tmn to tint end. and do hereby appeid to
our fellovvcitie n of evetv former oiiUea4
c'liiticction ta undertake wlb U ilii nrt
an I tiuW prrviiii.' ia(riutio dulr.
iiik t m.n. me t NrircTiox. iti i ru-
l N M:lH.llVKIiM(M
r-'or t!ie di-uiorrn-y of the who!-.' cijiiutrj .
wc do iHTetiy reaffirm uur lal:b ia the er
nuacnoe of 'tbe ti-Jt-ral union: our devotion
ti tbe c institution of the I nited Mjitta,
within amei.dmcn; univerraily accfptcd
a tbc fiord ett eruent of th controverif
that etiiindtred civil war. an I do bere r
oor J our alead'art corti leiu e iu the perpc
tuitv of reMjbJcin elfoveniment.
"We Have Come to Stay!
i pHE trains of thU rnmpanv mnnwt at ft
X. I.ouls and Kaat M. Ixui, with all other
line to the .orlh, lnt nnd Weal.
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J. L. HIVCKLE Y, t.eneral Sui-erititendent.
J. A. H'LMZ, Orneral l'a.er.r Aent.
JoIlS f'H.iiilT .Stff.t.
C MR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
THE ?HOnrET K'JUTE to
Evansville, Indianapolis. Cincin
nati and LiOisvilie,
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F. A. MILLER,
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II. L. MORRILL,
rtKor iufornuiliun relative to rate and rn-
ncctioiis, iplv to I.. 111 IU II.
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THK ONLY DIUtCl UuL'lK TO
lllti IIRST CK.vrfRV.
In a'j.clute aequir fctnec Id the '"ill of
the wijority tbe vital principle o! reptib
l c: ia the U reinxcy i f tbe civil over tbe
military authority, in t je totai separation of
chti'ch'and ma'.e.'lir tae sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom: in tbe equalitt' ol
nil citizens befrre jut liwsof tbeir own en-ac-njent;
in tbe li'.ierty of individual con-dU'-t,
unvescd by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful ed icatiou ot tb- ritng eeneratitn.
that t ey way preerre. eijoy and transmit
thee beVt c:nd::ion i f human happine.
ard hope we bebold the noblest products of
a hundred yea-sot rLaneetul bi-tory; but
w hile upholding tbe bond ct our union and
er.. at charter ot thi se grett rbts, i: be
hooves a fee people to practi; alo that
eternal viUnce wtuch Is tbe ptire of
KIFORM COKRn-TtOS CKNTR ALlsaf.
Rf:rra is r:ceary to build and establish
in the heart ot the wbo'.e peo.l the union.
eleven jfr ao happily rtcuea rrotn ihe
datir r of a re cession ot Mate but now to
be fared fr"in a corrupt ceotraii'tn, wbi.-b.
after inflicting tipoa ten Mate tiie rapact y
of carpet ba tyraniies, ba boney-eombed
the office ol t'ie federal iovernaieot itst-lt
with incipa-itv, ii and tra ld: infected
States and tnunicipilitit with tbe conta-
eion of int?ru.e. and locked fast the pro
penty ol an tnduttriou peple in the pa
riy:s or bard t;nu.
REFORM OF THK CUr.RBX'CV Srr.CIE
It'tcrm ii necessity to establish a found
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain tbe national honor. We denounce
tbe ladurit for all tber.8 eleven year to
make good tbe I rjmi-e of the legal tender
notes, which are- a c'jaii,-in standard ol
value in the bauds ot tbc people, and tbe
non payment of svlncli is a di r.jrd ol tbe
plighted laitti ol tbc nation.
Yc denounce the Improvidence which In
eleven years of peace Las takeii from tbe
people,' in federal taxes, thirteen tunes the
whole amount of tho kcal tender notes,
aud vi'ianderr d foui times this sum in Ufe-
lc eK n-e, witliout accurniilstin any re-
ferve lor tbeir redemption. e denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ot
that party which, during eleven years ot
peace, ha made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation fur resumption.
but, in.'tead, H o i.b-tru' teii resumption by
wn.-tiii our resource and exhausting all
cur surplus ni' oiiii-, aud w hile autiually
pro'csMii'' to intend a tiM'edr return to
specia pa me nt, has annually enacted fresh
bindraiice-i thereto as Mich a hindrance
we deiiounee the r sumption clause of tbe
act ol .., and vve Uemand its repeal
demand a judicious system ol pre
paration, by public ei oiiomien, by olheial
retrenebment, and by the finances', wbleh
uball enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its petleet ability and its
perleet readme s-. to meet uov ot its prom
ises ai inu can ui iiiu cieonoi enimeu 10
elelieve such a sylem, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted to competent
hands tor it's execution, crcat n at no time
an artiticial scarcity id curicn' v. and at no
time alarmitiK tho public mind into a with
drawal ol that vn-t machinery ot credit bv
which ;i." per eent. ot all our business trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
tbe public aud insiiirititj jjcHcral confidence,
wouiu, irom tne uay ot its adoption, bring
clviliiatlon, tor exercised In liberty under
(qua) law. VVe denounce tbe policy which
thus discards tbe lineny-ioting Merman
nd tolerate! tbe revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, imported for Iniiuora.
purposes, and Mongolian mm held to per
form aervlle labor contract.
THK riLsK tCTintil IHSt'R FaLB
Kfi'itn In ncccssarv, and can never !
feeted only by making it the controlling
issue ot the elections, and IHUng It above
tbe two false issues w itb which the oftiee
holding class and the party In power seek
to smother It.
Pir.t- the false l "e with which they
would enkithll sectarian strife in respect
to tbe public school, ol which the establish
ment anil support belong exclusively to
tbe several States, and which tb deiuo
cratic t artv has cherished trom tbeir foun
dation, aud is resolved to maintain, without
auv partiality or preference lor any t-last,
sect or ireel, and without contribuiihg
from the treasury to any
S.-oond The false l-ue by which they
seek to light anew tbe djlnsr embers id
aeetional bate between kindred people ont
unnaturally estrarired, but now reunited
on one indii Me republic and a common
RiniRM 111! CIVtL dlRVICl.
fi.f .r,n i ueceoary in tbe civil service;
experience proves that enVient. efonomlc
al conduct of the jrove rnroental business l
not poihle It it civil aervtoe W snbtect to
change at every rltior, t a prlie I.Mtcbt
lor at tbe ballot box. be a brief reward of
party real, instead of post of honor, as
signed for proved compete ncy and held tor
fidelity in the pttidio erni loy; that the di
penir"g ot patrouaire bon d neither te a
tax ni.n me nine or an onr puouc men,
nr tbe ln'.rimient of their ainMUon: here
aain, profes iot.a tsJ'itied in the preterm
am-e. a test that tbe party in power ran
work out no practical or satisfactory
REKORVl CORRl J'ltN F PICIl M 111 IC
a,' I nevefsaxy even morr tn the
higher grade of the public service. Tte
president, vice presiden'. judges senators,
representatives and cabinet officers and ail
other in author. ty are the peop'e serv
ant; their office arc not a private perqui
site -they arc a public trust.
When the annals of thi republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent: a late speaker ol the houfe ol repre
sentative marketing Lis ru!int as a presid
ing officer; three senators profiling secretly
bT tbeir vote a law-makers: five cbairmeo
oi the leading committee of the late house
ol representative exposed in jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury forging bal
ances in public account: a late attorney
ecneral rninpprorriating public funds: a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friend by percentage levied off the protiu
of contractor win bis department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculai.ja: the president"
private secretary barel? escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a i-ecretary ot
war Impeached for huh cime and misde
meanors, tbe demonstration i complete
that tbe first s'ep in reform mutt be the
peorle' choice of honet men lrom another
party, lest the di-eae of one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and left
by making no change of men or partis we
can get no change of measure and no real
RfcFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuse, w rongs and crime, the
product of sixteen years of the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necewtty
for reform, confessed ty republican them
selves, but their reformer are voted down
In convention and displaced from the
cabinet: tbe partf'amas of honest voter
1 powerle to resist the eighty thousand
officeholder, its leader and guides.
Rtform can oclv be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change of prty, that we
may have a change of measures and of men.
The Oairo Bulletin
Job Printing Establishment
Hill' A UK 'I'll !
Blank Book Manufactory,
Picture Fraiiiing Headquarters
Northwest Corner Twelfth
this Line laenier ars Limited at
(cuuimial rnuii.li, or at Hrond and fine
Mrrrta. ill Hi lllltV lit lilt lJ'llllT hotels in
I'liiladeloliia. as thev Uuiy lireft r. Holder of
LAX STOP OIT AT THE
And visit tiie Government Hiiildiiii;, and the
n.any objects ol uitrn -In in and ahoiit Watliiiig
l'n City. 1 revelers di 'ii ing
A ! PVssal C'Vl T'"
kptlJi i b .! s..si
Should reniciiils r thst the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R..
I eb late-l for its
Kleg-act Coacbe.il. Splendid Hotel. Orand
aiid fiauuful Mountain and Valley
bcenerjr, and the many point of
Historic Interest Along
Iir. Til! LWttl i LOW
As v.j i:j C'.::r Lize
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
riaqd f risa r-i Cities-
X1 lck. M'Aeiiient c.I Itun
THI'.Ol(.H TICKK1S, lJVi.GA.E
Meei'lliir 4 i.r
AeojinmoiUtKiiis, tv:., 4r. , apply at Ticket
vuimti ait rruicipai roiuu,
NORTH, SOTJTH. EAST OR WEST.
Aas'tUeu'l ticket Aat
I HOS. I. HAIiliY.
Wcatera l'as'a"r Agt
I. M. COI.K,
Geu'l Ticket AKt
Tll.iH. K tdlAKi'
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenus and
NEW YORK CITY,
Tnret Hloek west ot Grand Central Depot
nnar the tlevatcd Railroad, aud but twen
ty minute ft oiu Wall felrect. All mexteru
lmprovemenu. Itate t per day. Lib
raJ terms lofamalies.
:CHA1. E. LELAND. rroprltrr
Of Pel van House, Albany, N. I., an
CHrendon Hotel, Saratoga 7-T-d ,ui.
healing on its wing to all our hai rassed in.
dustries, set in motion the w heels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in au it national source the prosper
ity ot tue people.
KKKOItM Of TIIE TARIFF FItEK lltliJE.
.''' I necessary in the sum nnd mode
of feder..! taxation, to the end that cubital
may be set Iree limn distrust nd labor
lightly hardened. e denounce the pies-
en tariu jevicu upgn neany tour tnousaud
articles as a roa-t r piece or lujitstice, in
erjuality aud U!e pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that iniifht
purchae the products of American Itbore;
ii uas negraoeu .American eommerce irom
tbe brst to an interior rank upon the high
sea; it ha cut down tbe sales of American
mauulactures at home an 1 abroad, and de
pleted tbe returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by hall our neople. It
cou the people live time more than It pro
duces to tbe treasury; obstructs tbe process
of production, and wastes tue Iruit ol la
bor; it promote fraud, foster smuggling,
enriches ilibonet oltieial and bankrupts 1
honest nicroiiaut. We demand that all
customhouse taxation shall le,only tor
UKKOKM ECONOMY IV I t BI.IC KXI'ENnE.
?''" is neces-ary in the scale ol public
expense federal, state aud municipal.
Our federal taxation ha swollen from sixty
millions gold, in loi, to lour hundred and
City millions currency, in 170. Our aggre
gate taxation, irom one liuuureu ana titty
four millions gold in WiO, to seven hundred
aud thirty millions currency in lx7o;or, lu
one dec Je, trom less than live dollars peY
iieua to more than eighteen dollars per head
mure iu peace me people have I. aid to
tbeir Ux-gutberers mors than thrice the
sum ol the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor tbe tederal Kovernment
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every departmeut, and lrom every otfle.tr
VI iuc gv , CI Ulllt'Ul.
RKKOKM I'l'HLIC LANDS TO ACTL'AL HltT
litfurm Is necessary to put a stop to the
profligate waste or tbe public laud and
their diversion from actual settler by tbe
psrty tn power, which ha squandered
uo,)jo,ijiiO acre upon railroad alone, and
en amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, has disposed of less than a sixth di-
iuj cj lue liners 01 til soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZEN. REJECTED
I'orm is necessary to correct tb cniuii
slou of a republican congress and tb error
of our trestie aud our diplomacy, which
have stripped our ftliow-dtiaen o lortdgn
birth tu J kindred race, recros.in;' th At
lantic, ol the shield of American citizen
ship, and hav expecd our brelhern of tbe
racitic coast to the incursions of a race not
sprung lrom the same great pareut stock,
and, in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through nsturalUaiion, a being neither aiv
cut hub I tt tbe traditions o prngres'tve
CAU for 91.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Music arranged
lor the t'uvno forte will be sent by ruall on re
ceipt of one dollar, (post paid) or single copie
at l'lrenlseai h.
They can also 1st onlered through any new
deaJe in tiie I'nlted State.
liaipicr days 1 natm mental ,....Tom Itmwa
W bv ran I not forget .....Clarible
far O'er the Wire Jaslath
Hirh Life-Walt t-traus
i.i-n wh' re ttic Violet tirow Wtaterns
When Old Jn kson had hi lsay Vs nteme
1 he lirand Old farm ..I(uhlee
1 he Colteire gun kstei Mo. Ward
1 lu re's a Letter in the Candle . -..(.oote
Doyou Iteally Think he I1
AdJres oplers to lleni.w. Hitclieork. Ittb
lishcra.-U Third Avenue N. Y'. v-a-il'.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjvUJC ItL'LLETLN is published every morning
(exoept Monday) In tbe Bulletin Building, cor
ner Washington a venae and TweUth street.
Tub Bl-llstim is served to city subscriber by
faithful carrier at Twenty-five Cent a Week,
payable weekly. By Mail, (in advance), 10 per
iuru; 'six month, !; three months, t).1; one
month, 1 '2fi.
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A More CompUte JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT than
Ikt "Bulletin" OJKee is not in any of the cities of the Mississippi Valley, out
side of St. Louis. It is entitled to and should receive the support of the citi
zens of Cairo and all the country contiguous thereto.
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS.
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
Willi, for Hie Hmiiasi rnmllf.
Yellow, lor florae nod Anlinnlj
1 bese Liniment ars simply the wonder of the
world. I heir etlect are little less than marvel lous,
yet there are some tbiug which they will
but do. They will not cure cancer or mend
broken boues, but they Will always allay mln.
'I hey have straightened tlnurrs, cured chronic
rheumatism ol many years satnding, and taken
the in lrom terrible burn and sealdi, which
has never been done by auv oilier si tide.
Tho W lille Liniment I lor the human
tWinlly. It will drive rhuniatlsm. iatlca and
neuralgia from the system i cure liiiiilsuro,
chillblains, palsy, Itch, and moht eutaneoiis
eruptions. Itextmrt trost IVnm froren hands
and fret, and th txilson of bites and slinir of
venonimou reptiles; It suIkIiics awellingri, and
i lev laies iwin oi every aiun.
for sprain or bruiws it is the nmnt potent
reme.1) eve iiiscovertsi. j ne teutaiir l.ini
luent Is used with Ktvat elticacy lur son
throat, toothache, eaknl breant, earael.e and
weak hack. The mllowing is but a sample ol
"IrhIasia llova. Jarr. Co.,
int.. May is. 17:1 I
"I think It my duty to Inform yon that I have
u tiered milch with swollen feet and chords. I
have not lieen free from thewe wvllina' in eiulit
Ctfinnf Tliill asVIm I year Now 1 am twrfertly well, thanks to tbe
ui,xJVV, AiUllvlylil Itentanr Liniment. The Liniment ought to Ix
applieil warm. JIbsmanisj iiiiuw k
The . roof is in the trial. It is reliable. It is
bandy, it Is cheap, and every family should have
To ths sick and lied-ridden. the halt and Ume
to ihe wounded and sore, wesay, "Come and be
l.Uiepoor and dlstresse.1 who have sissnt
their money for worthless medicines, a bottle of
Centaur Liniment will be given without charge
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
I ailanled to the tough muscles, cord ami flesh
of horse. It lias performed more wonderlul
cures of snavin. strain, wind-galls, scratches,
sweenv, and general lameness, than all other
remedies in existence. Head what the great J-.x
pressmen say or it:
New York, January, 171
Kverv owner of horse should give the Cen
tsur Liniment a trial . v c consider It the best
artirlr ever tiMsi in our stable.
"II. MAItsili.Mupt. Adam Kx. Stable. 1
"K. l'CI.TZ, hupt. V . Kx. (-tables, N Y
"A. 8. OLI.N. Hunt. Nab Kx. Stables S.
MoKTOoaiaav. Ala.. Aug. 17. '71.
HiiNTLKMSx: I have useil overoue gross o
Centaur I !r.iirmnt, yellow wrapter, on tn
mule of my plnuution. bende dozens of th
family Liniment for my negroes. 1 want
purchase it at the wholesale price, and m ill
thank you to ship me by favanah steamer one
gross of each kind. Messsrs. A. T. JMewvrt A
Co. will pay your bill on presentation.
'Keassc!fully, Jamss Oamhow."
The best patron of this Liuiment are farri
ers and Vetenary surgeoo- It heals ga.i..
wouuds and nall-evil, removes swelling, and
is worth millions of dollar to farmers, livery
men, stock-growers, sheep-raisers, aud those
having horses or cattle.
W hat a ramer cannot no for tue ceniaur
Liniment will do at a trifling cost. '
These Liniment are warranted by tiie pro-
priebirs, aud a bottle will be given to any far
rier or Physician who dasirs to test tucru. Sold
Iooratory ot J. ii. mi-'r. m." ,
4o Hav Kt., New Voiih.
I f.Jt I.IA-lrC
Tho Best Coal Cook Stoves?
i m oyickw mm
THEY ARL m&:
V l Durable.
Sizes, styles uJ prices to mil every or.
li tun aiid ask your dealir for tte MONITOR.
WM. RESOR & CO., Cincinnati, tt
manufacturer) of all Kind of Btove to
Cooking and Heating Purposes.
fSrnd for I 'atalngiie . 2-'i d.tw-lt-ew-lv.
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Orders sent us, addiessed to "The Cairo
Kill receive prompt attention.
Bulletin Company, Cairo
Oast or ia.
Is a pleasant aud perfect substitute, in all cuc
for Castor Oil. Caatoris 1 the result or an old
Physician's effort to produce, for his own prac
tice, an eflWtive cathartic, pleaanl to the taste
and free from gnpinz
Or. Samuel Pitcher, of llvannis, Mass., suc
ceeded in eon.binihg, without l ha use of alco
hol, a purgative agent a pleasant to take ns
honey, and which possesses all tbc deniable,
propeille of astoroil.
11 IS viailiesj iu au Hrn, mil la ttii.-i:io i-v-
ommendci to mothers as a reliable remrily for
all disonlers of tbe stciuach and bowels of chil
dren. It is certain, agreeable, absolutely harm
less, and cheap. It should le used tor wind
colic, sour stomach, worms, rostivrness, crOup,
etc, then children can have sleep Slid molhi rs
J. It. lioss .o-, or IM-y .-neei, ,irs
York, are Ihe the sole pn-irt rs of t astora, af-'
ter Lr. Pitcher' m-pie. s--.'t-l:w
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD tbe YEAR
THE BOOK BINDERY :
77iee (' no laud of Binding required hy this community that run nut le
done at the. Bulletin Ciiro City Bindery in the best oj style and ut the lowest
fOl'KTII M'MBKK (JILT)
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN:
Published every Tbursday morning al tl
pe: annum, invariably ia advance. Ihcpoatag
on tb Weekly will be prepaid at thi offlos, so
that subscriber wil obtain for a subscription
rios of t a yaar.
If you have. Pamphlets you uih to nnrv, send than to m fur landing.
If you have Magazines to he bound, send them in.
If yon have. Music to he bound, st ud it in.
If you have Blank Books, with or v-ithaut printed hading, icr ran man
ufacture them for yon.
If yon have Ruling to he. done, v:r van da it in the In-tt style on the
short tst notice.
Vie Bindery is in charge of Mr. AMBROSE W. PYATT, a fut-ratelx
workman, vhnse devotion to his business and the promptness tcith which he
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