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THIS PAPER 19 OX FILE WITH
Mra AdvarUaUf ContracU csui h maAs
nmocRATir rortiRrjisiojf al
A convention ol the Democrat! of the
Eighteenth Congressional district of Illi
nois, is hereby called to meet In the court
houe. at Cairo, on Tuesday, the 1st day of
August, 1870, at 1 o'clock, p. in., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for con
gress, and for th- transaction of Mich olker
buinc-s as may properly be transacted by
The le.Mo:rats of the several counties of
the district are hereby requested to nppoint
delegates to said convention on the follow
ing baf is : One delegate lor each one hun
dred rotes and the fraction of one hundred
votes more than fifty, cast for lion. Wtu.
Ilartzell, at the election held in November,
1874, as follows, to wit :
Cairo, July 6, 1878 K. Bruss,
Chairman Congressional District Com
mittee. DEMorntTir mfvitoriai,
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial district, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
tw o candidates lor the house of the Gene
ral Assembly, will be held in Masonic hall,
Joneslwro, on the 3d day of August, ls70.
Tli : Democrats of the seveial counties
of the district, will appoint delegates on
the basis of one delegate for every one
hundred votes cast for Lion. Win. Ilartzell,
in the said counties, at the election held in
Xovcmber, 1871, and one delegate lor every
fraction of 0110 huudrcd votes more than
lirty, is follow :
Alexander 9 delegates.
Jackson 10 delegates.
Union 10 delegates.
Tho Democrats of the above-named coun
ties are hereby requested to appoint dele
gates to the convention in accordance xlth
the terms of this call.
JuNRriBono, July !, IsTfl.
T. K Houto.N,
Chairman Democratic Senatorial District
Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at St. Louis, June 38, 1476.
Wt. tha de1C4fa if ,Ka .lnmA.....ttn
' -. - - - va ugiuvii.ui;
party of the I niied .Stales, in cation nl con
vention ftliiPmhll-1 sin horutiv .nl.HA
1 . --a. -saw awvava UCLIliO IUV
administration of the federal government
" ui8cui sceu 01 numeuiaie reiorm;
j - V - - iuv .iuiuijjccb ill U119
convention, and ol the democratic party in
oa.'h Wt.itA m ...!.... ...... .
tlon to this end. ami H l.r..l..r . .
our fellow-citizens of every former poiitical
uiurevuvu ig uuut'lUhC nlin U lull Ufht
ana ujosi pressiug patriotic duty.
THK CNION, THE CONSTITUTION, Mil l BLI-
lJ HLr-tjU tK.N.MKM.
For tho ilHiiini.riii.v nf iIia il-1w.1
. " ..uvir. luillllll,
we do hereiiy reamrm our laith in the per-
lurariH. ui iuDirucill UUIUii; Olirui'VOtlOn
to the constitution of the tinted States,
with its ameuimeuU universally accepted
as the tinal settlement of the controversies
that t niendeicd civil war, and do here re
cord our ateadian cotitidence in the ierpe
tulty of republican aell-noveinment.
THK FIRST CENTl'RV.
In absolute aoiiitescenee In the will or
the majority the vital principle ol repub
lics; in the supremacy of the civil over the
auuiuni, in uc 1011 separation
church and state, lor the sake alike ol cl
and reliLr-imitt freed, m iti tl.
all citizens before jut lawsol their own e
actmctit: In Ilia filu-rlv nf in.iu-i.i....i ...
. -- j v. iuwi 1 luuai t.l'u-
uuci, uutcxeu pj sumpiuary laws; in the
lalthlul education of the rising generation
that they may preserve, enjoy and transmit
tliesn hest eotiitirion tt luimtn kun..j..- -
1 1 ........ VB u.mii.u uniiiifM
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ol changelul history; but
while upholding the bond ot our union and
, ,UrW Kreav ngou, 1: be-
eternal vl.-tlance which Is the price of
KIFOHM COKIttrilON CI.MRALIs.M.
ltftrm ii necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of secession of cute but now to
be saved from corrupt centralism, which,
after indicting upon ten butes the rapacity
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has bonev-eouibed
the oraees ol the lederal Kovernuent itscli
with incapacity, waste and fraud; Infected
states and municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked last the pros
perity of an industrious people In the Pa
ralysis of bard times.
REFORM OK THK CCRREXCY tifKCIB
ffrwrmtsncceKsaiy to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
muiutaiu the national honor. We denouuee
the failure for all these eleven years to
make good the promise or the legal tender
notes, which are chauglug ttaudard of
value in the bauds ot the people, ami the
iou payment of which is a dl.rsgard ol the
PuVbud faith ol the nation. 6
We denounce the uunrovidenet which In
eleven years of peace Las taken from the
people, Ib federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes
and souaudered foui times this turn io use.!
less expensn, w ithout accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality of
that party whU h, during eleven year of
Seace, ass made no advance toward re
emotion; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, Las obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources mod exhausting til
our surplus iuooiue, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, Las aunuauy enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as such a hindrance
we denounce the rt sumption clause .of the
act of IHT.'i, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a iuulcious system 01' pre
paration, by public economics, t v otlielal
retrenchment, and by the nnance'4, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its peilect ability and its
Pcrlect readiness to meet any ol its prom
ises at the call of the creditor entitled to
We believe such a system, well dcvicd,
and, above all. entrusted It competent
hand Tor its execution, t reat ng at no time
an artificial scarcity ol currency, and at no
time alarming the public mind into a with,
drawal of that vast machinery tl credit by
which lift per cent, ol all our buiness trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public am) inspiring general confidence,
would, from the day of its adopt oti, bring
healing on Its wings to all our hsrrassed In
dustries, set in mutiou the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the meohaniral
arts, restore employment to labor, nnd re
new in all In national sources the prosper
ity ol the people.
REFORM OF TIIE TARIFF FRKE TltAKF.
Rtfonn is necessary in the sum and mode
of feder.d taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree Imm distrust and lab-r
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent I arid' levied upon nearly lour thousand
articles as a m.vt r piece of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It iclds a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries 10 sub
sidize a few; it prohibits Imports that miht
purchase the products of American I ibois;
it has degraded American eommcrco irmu
the first to an interior rank upon the high
seas; it lias cut down the sale of American
manufactures at home an I abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by hall our people. It
costs the people five times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and wastes the tniits ot la
bor: it promotes fraud, footers smuggling,
enriches dishonest officials and bankrupt
honest merchants. We demand tint all
custom house taxatiou shall be onlv lor
REFORM ECONOMY IN ITBI.IC EXI'ENsK.
Jttf'trm is necessary in the scale ot public
expense federal. Mate and municipal.
Our federal taxation bus swollen from sixty
millions gold, tn 1NA, to lour hundred and
filty millions currency, in ls70. utiragL'rc
gsto taxation, from one hundred and iiity
lour millions gold in ls-J, to srven hundred
and thirty millions currency ia lsTrtjor, in
one decade, Irom less thau flve 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, and more than
twice that sum for the lederal government
alone. We demand a vigorous Irugalitv in
every department, and from every oilicrr
ol the government.
REFORM PCIILIC LANDS TO ACIL'AL SET
TLERS. lit form is necessary to put a stop to the
profligate waste of the pu'.iic lands and
their diversion from actual settlers bv the
party In power, which has squandered
200,0'JO, 000 acres upon railroads alone, and
en amount or more than thrice that ui: re
gale, has disposed of less than a sixth di
rectly to the tillers of the soil.
REFORM AlOPTED CITIZENS, KKJK TKt)
Ktform ii necessary to correct the emmis
Blon of a republican congress and lbs errors
of our treaties ami our diplomacy, which
have stripped our lelloiv-iilizens ot foreign
birth and kindred race, -recrossing the At
lantic, ol the shield of American cit zm
sliip, and have expo-ed our brethcro ol the
Pacific coat to the incursions of o race not
sprung irom the same great parent stock,
anu, in raci, now ny law denied citizenship
through naturalization, as being neither ac
customed t) the traditions of a progressive
civilization, nor exercised in liberty under
equal laws. We denounce the policy which
thus discards the liberty-loving (ierman
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade,
in Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purposes, and Mongolian men held to per
form servile labor contracts.
THE FALSE SECTARIAN ISSCE THE FALSE
Utfonn is necessary, and can never be t-f-feeted
only by making it the controlling
Issue ol the elections, and lilting it above
the two false issues with which the oilice
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother it,
Kirst- the falsa issue with which they
would enkindU sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, of which the establish
ment Hnd support belongs exclusively tn
the several States, and which the demo
cratic party has cherished irom their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for anv class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
Irom the treasury to any.
Second The lalse issue by which thev
seek to light anew the dyitig embers o'f
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic and a common
REFORM 1 HE CIVIL SERVICE.
Rtform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmen'ul business is
not possible if its civil service be subject to
change at every clevtion, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, Instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held tor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, jirofesdons fabilied in the preform
aoce, h test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM CORKU-l IOX OF HIGH l l ltj.ic
Tir)mi is necessary even more in the
higher grades of tho public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators
representatives and cabinet oilietrs and nil
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices arc not a private perqui
site -they are a public trut.
When the annals ot this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ol the house ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators proliting secretly
bv their voto as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed in jobbery a
late secretary ol the treasury iprgln" bal
ances in public accounts; a bite attorney
general misappropriating public funds; 'a
secretary of the navy enriched or enrlchiii"
friends by percentages levied off the profit"
ol contractors with his department; an
embassador lo England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor (,'iiilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary of
war impeached for high crimes and niisde.
iiieanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be the
people's choice of honest men Irom another
party, lest the disease of one political or
ganuation infect tho bodv politic; and lest
by making no change of in en or parties we
can get 110 cbauge of measures and no real
REFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ol the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans tbem
elves, but tbeir reformers are voted down
lo convention aud displaced from tho
cabinet; the party's mass or honet voters
1P0 ur1." !? re"Ut tue 'bty thousand
officeholders, its leader and guides.
titurm can ouly be bad by peaceful,
elvio revolution. Ve demand a change oi
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures and ol men
u o 1 not rorget 'irii.i7.
far O'er the Wave! . " L.vL.i
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Down Where tu. Violets Grow
hea Old Jrckson had hi. liTy " Wr
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l ucre's aleiurr io the Csind-eTTr;.
lo rou Heally TUiok b Iidy Co01
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YklvkrtO!. O.. Mnrch 2. 174
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Oast or ia.
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in-rinirnied id nis privste pracpw, lor twenty
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regulates the bowels, hxls Worms, aud may
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cross and sickly children, they hecon e koI
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FOURTH M'MBFK (Jl l.V) P.EAUY Tt
With a tine Steel Portrait of A. T. Stewart,
uis v.aiuer, vraii, win ana succession.
Aud besides the unique and valuable Diary of
important events ami occurrences throughout
lue worm, mis numoer contains, amonK two
hundred other articles, the following poiuts ol
piuu iiiicicai .
Queen Victoria's New Title.
Dr. John Hall's April Philosophers (Fools)
1 he True American a characteristic Poem.
Washington a Marshal of Frauce.
Jean Inftelow's Fancy.
New Horse-Car poetry, for April.
Dom Pedro's Characteristics.
A W hist Partv in the Ark.
Three Capital laUAator. Stewart, Vaudi-rbilt.
mara 1 wain at a nor Auction.
First Female Lobbyist at Washington.
The Girl of Seville a Hpanish Poem.
Royalty in the L'nitedsiates.
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