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JAMKS JOHNSON. Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
We Have Come to Stay!"
rpHE trains of this company connect at St.
J.Louii and Kastst. Louis, with all other
lloaa to the ikorlli, I1 and VA oil.
A convention ol the Dcmocrtt of Uie
F'ghteenth Congressional district of Illi
nois, is hereby called to meet in the court
house, at Cairo, on Tuesday, the 1st day of
August, 1876, at 1 o'clock, p. in., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for con
gress and for the transaction of such other
bu-lncs as may properly be transacted by
The Pe.no:rais ol the several counties of
the district are hereby requested to appoint
delegates to said convention on the follow
ing basW : One delegate lor each one hun
dred vote and tha fraction of oue hundred
votes more than fifty, cast for Hon. m
Hartell. at the election held in November,
1874. as follows, to wit :
Cairo, July o, 1870
Arrive at St. Louis..
.11 .00 a. m
Lea re East 6t Louii 8:4 am.
Arrive at Cairo 4 :S p.m.
J. L. HfVCKLEY, General Superintendent.
J. A. WE.Vi'Z. Ueneral Passenjfer Agent.
JUUX KOGtilTT. Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
TI1E SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Eransville, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louisville,
RUNNING THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
The Shortest an 1 Quickest Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Making Close C nnection with the Fast
Mali" to tue East.
UTOlAKArOLIt AJT0 CIKCIWXATI II'RX.
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arrive at Carmi .lt':U0 '
Arrives at Yincennes...... 12 M
T1A IT. LOCI ASD OL'TUSASI(Bl( BA1LBOAD.
ArriTaaat Evantville . ..... 4 . p m.
VIA lDlAAuLl AJCD VICI3!fK RAILROAD.
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VIA OHIO AJtD MISSISSIPPI BA1LIIOAO.
Arrives at North Vernon f.-oo p .ru.
Arrive at Cincinnati - '
ArrivUal iouisvill - 9 l"
Leaves Indianapolis 30 a m
Leaves LouUville 7:K)
AmTaaat Vlnuenne - 4:4 P.
Leave Vlncenne - .. 8:00
Ixave Kvausvlll a.m.
Arrive at Canni - . 4 :Z5 p m .
Arrive at Cairo . 9:'0
r. A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
Geo Fast.Ac't General Sup't
CFur inlbriuatiun relative to rates and con
aacuon, apply to JAjlEs tllGUS,
DEMOCRATIC? RF.Jf ITORI UL
A delegate convention of the Democrats
of the Fifteenth Senatorial district, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidates lor the house of the Gene
ral Aosembly. will be held in Masonic hall,
Jouesboro, on the 3d dsy of Auirnst, 1870.
Tli Democrats of the several counties
of tke district, will appoint delegates on
the basis of one delegate for every one
hundred votes cant for Hon. Wm. Uartzelt,
in the said counties, at the election held In
November, 1S74, and one delegate lor every
fraction of one hundred votes more thin
fifty, as lollows :
Alexander 0 delegates
Jackson 10 delegates.
Union 10 delegates,
The Democrats of the above-named coun
tie are hereby lequested to appoint dele
gates to the lOnventlon in accordance with
the terms of this call.
Jonrsroko, July f. 1)70.
T.' F. Uocton,
Chair m an Democratic Senatorial DUtrict
Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at HI. Louis. Juut 3. l7d.
THE OXLY DIKECT ROUTE TO
this Line Paaaeoaera are Lauded at
lentcnoiai Grounds, or at Broad and fine
Street, iu victnitv ol the leadina hotels in
fhilalelphla, as tiiev maypreltr. Holders of
CAS STOP OFT ATTUfc
And visit the Government Kuildtnps, and the
;i.ny objects of intrreau in and about W)iiug
fin City . '1 ravelin ucn lug
i Spsiij, Kiaisi, ::i Ceifsti.lt Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I Celebrated fur it.
Elafrant Coaches, Splendid Hotels. Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
ftoanery. and tha many points of
Historic Interest Along
Iir. Till ALWAYS lie WW
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Bet warn the
Prit'l rdzi Iiitera Cities.
I70H TUHOL'GII TICKETS. HA GOG AGE
X? Check, Movement ot 'I rains, bleejjin; Car
adcuuuuvhuviii, o., ai'iiiy at j ari
J&otaal all liuclpal foinU,
NOBTH, SOUTH. AST OR WE8T.
Aas't Geo'l Ticket A(t.
fllOS. P. BABBT,
Wealers fau'f 'r Ait.
L. M. COLE,
Gen '1 Ticket Atft.
THUS. It hllARI',
Matter of Transp'n.
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
wax. wu mich no.
Jul l vtiiitil. fid
ITOU W 10 IMJJlt rcblAlli
Snj, rw Ywk.
We, the delegate! of the democratic
party of the Uniied State.'', in national con
eutiou aembled, oo hereby declare the
admiuistranon of the federal government
to b in urgcni. peed of immediate reform;
do hereby ei joiu upon the nominees of this
convention, and ol the democratic Dartv in
e.th Mate, a zealous erlort and eo opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our leliow-citlzens of every former po.ltical
connection to undertake with ut this first
ani moat pressing patriotic duty.
THE ISIOS, THE CONSTITUTION, RKPl'BLI-
For the democracy of the whole country,
we do here Dy reaffirm our laiih la the tier-
manence of the federal union; our devotion
In tlia ennfitiriltinn r f tha 1'nifail kitu.aa
with its ameLdments universally accepted
as the final kettiement of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our steadiest confidence in the perpe
tuity of renub.ican telt-covernmeut.
TUB FIRST CKNTl'BV.
In abiolute aoquleseence in the w ill of
the majority the vital principle ol repub
lics in the sut-remai y of the civil over the
military authority, in tlie total separation of
church and slate, tor the sake alike ot civil
and rellk-tnus freedom; iu the euualiw ut
all citizens before junt laws ol their own en
actment; in llie liberty or individual con
duct, uuvexed by numptuury laws; in the
faithful education of the ruing generation,
that tuey may preserve, enjoy and trani.mil
tnei-e nest, conditions or nunian nannine.
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a uiinaren years 01 cnangeiui Ul-tory; but
" " vu uwuu w uur union ana
gn at charter ol tnrHe great rtghu, it i.e.
booves a free people to practi:e klo that
eternal vigilance which 1 the price of
KKFOUM COKKITTIOX CKNTRALI6M.
Ktform it necessary to build and establish
in the heart ot the whole people the union,
eleven year ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secession ol states but now to
be aved from a corrupt centralism, whl :h,
after inflicting upon ten States the ranacl'v
of cartet-bag tyrannies, has hooey-combed
the ofllces ol the federal government itsell
with incapacity, waste aud fraud: infected
Mates and munlcipalitit s with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked last the pros
perity ol an industrious people in the pa
ralysu of hard time.
RarORM OF 1UI C I RUKKCV M'KLTK
Reform is neceasai y to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maiutaiu the national honor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven year to
make good the promUe of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard of
vaiuw in the band ot tbe ieople, and the
non payment of fttuch ia adl.r.gard ol the
plixhud laitb ol tbe nation.
We deuounca the lmnrovldence which in
eleveu year of peace Las taken from tbe
people, la federal taxes, thirteen timet lbs
whole amount of the legal tender notes.
and squandered rout timet thit turn in uae.
le expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
tbe financial imbecility and Immorality of
that party which, uunng eleven year of
peace, nat aunt do advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but. la-teal, bat obstructed resumptioa by
watting our resources and exbtu.ting all
r urpiut Income, and while annually
professing to Intend a speeds return to
specie payment, has annually enacted (rath
l lndrance thereto as inch a hindrance
we denounce the rt sumption clause of tbe
act or 187.V and we demand lit repeal.
We demand Juulclou system ot pre
paration, by public economic, by oiliclal
retrenchment, and by the tluance, which
shad enable the nation soon to assure the
Whole world of its pel feet ability and Its
perfect readiness to meet any ol its prom
Iset at the call of the creditor entitled to
payment. ,. , ,
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all. entrusted t competent
hand for Its execution, creat ng at no tune
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
time alarming tho public mind into a with
drawal of that vast machinery of credit by
which 90 per cent, of ull our business trans
actions are performed: a system open to
the public and Inspiring general confidence,
would, from i nc uayoi lis adoption, bring
healing on Its wings to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures ana tbe meonanicat
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in til its national sources the proper
Ity ol the people.
REFORM Of THE TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Rtferm Is necessary in the turn and mode
of federd taxation, to the end that capital
may be set Iree Irom distrust and lab r
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a miM r piece ol lujusuce, in-
eoualitv and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
hts impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits Imports that might
purchase the products of American I ibois;
it lias uegraoeu American eommerce iroiu
the first to an interior rank upon the bign
seas: it has cut down tbe sales of American
manulactures at home an I abroad, and tie
Dieted the returns of American sericulture.
an industry followed by ball our people. It
costs tbe people five times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and wastes tbe fruits of la
bor; it promotes frud, footers smuggling
enriches dishonest onlcials and bankrupt
honest merchant. We demand thst all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
REFORM -ECONOMY IS I'l'BMC F.XPF.SSK.
Reform is necessary in the scale of public
expense federal. Mate and municipal.
Uur rederai taxation has swollen from sixty
millions gold, in IStiO, to lour hundred and
tllty millions currency, in 1870. uuraggre
Bte taxation. Irom one hundred and filty
lour millions gold in isou, to seven uunnrea
and thirty millions currency la ltMijor, in
one decade, from less than five dollars per
bead to more than eighteen dollar per bead.
SMnce the peace the people have paid to
tbeir tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ot tbe national debt, and more man
twice that turn lor the federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, and from every officer
of the government.
REFORM ri' BLIC LANDS TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. Reform Is necessary to put a stop to tbe
profligate waete of the public lands and
their diversion from actual tettlers by tbe
ptrty In power, which has squandered
400,000,000 acres upon railroads alone, and
mi amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, has disposed of less than a sixth di
rectly to the tillers of tbe soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS, KF.J ACTED
Reform U necessary to correct tbe ommis
siou of a republican congress and tbe errors
of our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-dtizens of loreign
birth and kindred race, recrossing the At
lantic, ol the shield of Amerlcau citizen,
ship, and have exposed our bretbern of the
l'acific coast to tbe incursions of a race not
sprung Irom the tame great pareut stock,
and, in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through naturalization, as being neither ac
customed t) tne traditions of a progressive
civilization, nor exercised in liberty under
equal laws. We denounce the policy which
thus discards the liberty-loving German
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, imported for immoral
purposes, ana Mongolian men beld to per
form tervi'e labor contracts.
THE FALSE SECTARIAN IS8CE TIIK FALSE
Reform is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making it the controlling
issue of tbe elections, and lilting it above
tbe two false issues with which the office
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother it,
Firt- tbe false is-ue with which they
would enkmdlft sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support belong exclusively to
tbe several States, and which the demo
cratic party has cherished from their ioun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or prelerence for any class,
sect or cieed, aud without contributing
from the treasury to any .
Second The false 1-sue by which they
teek to light anew the dylug embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
uunaturlly es. ranged, but now reunited
on one indivis.ble republic and a common
REFORM THE CIVIL SERVICE
Reform Is necestary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct or tne governmental business is
not possible ii its civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed tor proved competency and held tor
fidelity in the public employ; that tbe dis
pensing of patronage shou.d neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profes-iont falsified in the preform
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
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that no such remedie hav ever Itefure lieen in
use Words are rlieap, but the proprietors ol
thene articles will present trial bottle to med leal
men, ir ml is, as a guarantee of wbxt they nay.
IIIKCKSIAI It I.IM.MKNT. Willi k VhP-
rw, villi cure KhetimaliMu, NeuralKia, Lum
bago. Ncialira, Caked Hreast, Wore Nippbs.
Frosted Feet. C'bilblull.B. welliim.s. .Sl.iallis.
and any ordinary
M.SSII, UuK OR KI'.I I.I AII.MKKT.
We make no pretense Dial tins nrtiele will
cure cancer, restore lost Units, or (five deultli to
a whisky soake.1 carcass-, but it will kJwbjs re
duce inllammation and allay pain.
It will extract the poison ol bite and stlnirs.
and heal burns or scald wituoit a scar. I'alsy,
Weak Hack, Caked llreasta, K.ararhe, Toothache,
Itch and ititaueou hrumion readily yield to
Ilenrv llluck. ol Ada, Hardin .. say :
" My wife ha bad rheumatism for flv year
nu rest, no sleep could auaroely wulk acnis. the
noor, sue is now completely cureo or me use
of Centaur l.lnirnent. Wc all fed thankful to
j on, and recommend your wuuderrul medicine
all our menus. -
PATENT TODD STOVE,
T1TH FOOT SEST Oil SOTS SHIS.
MICA WHDOWH, ftWIllO HKABTQ,
Ann ilHISf A 17 MM.
Iht r.an art r eoutrtetsi that it U fiTtt tht gmttrt
rUV.isf tutu it Uf Itett aui.
T e mnd iHpa f As Mek. Jrs mora JNvtf.
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ti skew w omrsn run wa.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of bioves for
Cooking and Heating- Purposes.
"Send fort ataloR-u. -!-dAw-lt- w-lv.
... A I James Hurl, of fcanesvllle. Ohio, say: "The
Street. Bulletin fmr Mniment rure.t my NeuralKia."
tJVlWV, AJtAilCbiAA Allred Tilth, of Newark, write: "Send me
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A Morr Comvktr JOB PRIXTIXU ESTABLISHMENT than
the- "JiuUttut" Office it not hi any of the. citis of the Mi.!tu!pp! I'ulley, out-
tide of St. Iivi. It it entitled to and thould refrivr the tunnort of th: citi-
Zent of Citiro ninl nil the country rontignoiu thrreto.
BILLS OF LADIXU,
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BLAXKS OF ALL KIXDS.
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Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Or Jem tnt in. iJtlied to "77. Cairo Built tin iXnnyang Cairo,
Miitoii," xi'M rectus prompt attention.
one doen bottles by exiirea. The Liniment
ha saved my Ii it. I w ant to distribute it, Ac
I he Mile ol tins i.iniineni is inrreasina rap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is for t lie toUKh skin, flesh and muscles of
HoKSKS, Ml LK AND ANIMALS.
We have never yet seen a case of Siiiavin,
weenv, Kina-Hone, Vtind-tiall, Seratche, or
I'oll-h'vil. which this Liniment would not
speedily benellt, and we never saw but a lei
n nhii'h it would nut cure. IrWiLLCre
when anyttuns; can. It Is folly to sena S for
a tamer, when one uuiiar a worm 01 .euiaur
Liniment willdo better. T he following Isataiu
tile of the textnnonv urodureo :
W. 1. Hopkins, rottmastcr, l'i((U, " , uy
'Centaur Liniment can't be beat, u cures
every lime. ,
1 ILV1HTQ5. u . ifiaru .i-..
TheC'entaur LiuiiueuU are the lie.t selling
mulli ine. we have ever had. I he demand Is
very areiit lor it, and we cannot aooni 10 ue
without it. . .
"r. II. tnr.i u
.hlllKKOl. Mo.. Nov. lo,
'Some tinieaaol was Bliilitiinft hore. to fct
Louis 1 got one badly crippled in the car
With a-reat dilliriiltv I irot him t" me atauie
The stable Weejier pave me a Ixittle T J our Cn
taur Liniment, w nirti i useiiwuu aucu euccee
that in two days tbe horse was active and near!
well. 1 have tieen a veterinary unceon 10
thirty year, but your Fiuimeot beat, an thing
I have ever uet
"A. J. M'CAltTY Veter nnrv surifetin
For a bostavei'. amti we wi.l mail a entail
Almanac, containing hundred of ceruflcates
from every Mute in the t'nion. 1 he.se Lini
ments rv now sold by all desler In tbe country
liooratory 01 J. it. ui-r. a. ' ".,
lv bt. , N'KW . OHK.
REFORM CORRIFTIOX OF HIGH rTBLIC
Reform ia necessary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and eabinet officers and all
others in authority are the people' serv
ants; their offices are not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republle show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker of the house of repre
sentative! marketing bit ruling aa a presid
ing officer; three senators profiting secretly
by tbeir vote at law-makert; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
oi reeciiiaiive exposed in Jobbery; a
lata secretary ol the treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriatiruf DUbliu funds: a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friend by percentage levied off the profits
of contractor with hit department; an
embassador to tngland censured in a di
bonorable speculation; tbe president'
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon wiui lor guilty complicity in
trauu upon tne revenue: a secretarr of
w ar impeacueu tor bigb crime and misde
meanors, tbe demonstration ia eoniDlete
tbtt tbe first tten in relorm mnat ha tha
people's choice of honest men Irom another
party, lest me aiease or one political or
ganization miect tbe body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
ItfcFOKM RUFOBM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years of tbe ascendancy
of tbe republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed bv renublleana them.
selves, but their reformers are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; tbe partf'tmas of honest voter
is powerless to resist the eighty thousuud
omcenoidera. its leader aud KUides.
Reform can only be had bv a Deaeefiil
civio revolution. We demand a chtnge of
auiuiDiKirsiion, a cuaoga of party, tbat we
uay uav e a cuangc or measure ana ol men
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Cast or ia.
I)r. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyanois, Ma-,
uerimentei in bia orivate uractire, for twent
year, to produce a combination that would hav
tbe proixrtie of CAS IOk OIL without it un
nleaaanl taata and rioina, effert.
Hi preparation wa sent f"r. near and far
till finally be iravs it the name of l aslona, aa
put it up forle. It Is very wonderful in it
eneci. unri n u mri T wi.ii ii mwninw
acho aoa bowel i'i cunuren. - AinisitiTits
Tits Food, cure sour stomach and wind colic.
regulate the bowels, Lapel V on, and may
be relied npon In croup.
A a pleasant, effective, and trfectly safe
Cathartic remedy, it i euperior lo Cantor oil
Ccrdials and Syrup it doe not contain im
hoi, and is anaplwt to any age.
He rerulatinc the stoiuacb and lKwels
pros and alcklT children, tbev beeon e good
naturei and healthy They canenjov sb-ep, and
mother baye rest The Cantoris is put up at the
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