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Miss Vmtni R R
Cairo A VineeBnes
Cairo, Arkansas A
Tun R It Dally .
Ohle iver Route
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frhlay A Saturday
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TIME ' C ARD .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. E.
TRAIXS LUn CAIRO
Mall at............ li:15 s. m .... Daily.
Kxpress at 8:Hip. m "
Kreight at 4-OOn. m...Exrpt Punday.
Freight at 4;tK)r.n. '
AJUUVB AT CA1BO
Kail it. -:i.ra Pally.
Kxprnas al...... J:) p. m... Except Sunday,
freight at mmm t p. m.. " Sunday,
freight a, .. U OS id... . " SumUy.
JAMBS JOHNSON. Agent.
ST. LOUISJRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Express leaves Cairo daily p. m.
Kijiraii arrives at Calm daily 4:0a. m.
Accommodation Ira Tea (.aim daily 2:"0a. id.
AooorarafUtion arrive daily (exoept
Sunday) 11:00 a. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
We Have Come to Stay!"
TUB trains of this company connect at St.
Louta and KestKt. Louis, with all other
Use totha Mortis, Emm and Wnl,
Leave Cairo ..
Arrive atdt. Louis
Leave Emit St Louis :!' a.m.
Arrive, at Cairo. 4:50 p.m.
.. L. H1VCKLET, General Superintendent.
J. A. W't.VTi. General Passenger Agent.
JOHN IXK4U1TT, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
EvansTille, Indianapolis, Cincin
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KL'NNINU TUROI GH BY DAYLIGHT.
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Making Clone Connections with the "Fast
Mail" to the K.it.
IHClAXArOLM AXD CUCCI-TKATl KXFHSSS.
Leaves Cairo -
Arrives at Canul .........
Arrives at Vlnoennes...... ....
VI4 T. tOriB A5D SOl'TUAASTKIUf
Arrives at Evansville .. .......
VIA IXDIA1TAF01.I ASD VI!CI!JntS
Arrivea at Indianapolis.. ............
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VIA OHIO axp Mississippi railkoad.
Arrives at North Vernon
Arrlvea at Cincinnati ................
Arrtvle at Louisville ........
1.4 vea Louisville ...
Arrives t Vinoennea. ..
Leavea Vinoennea .........
Arrives at Cannl
Arrives at Cairo ...
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. 8.15 "
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c;30 a m
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H. X.. MORRILL,
Gen' Pans. Ag't
3For information relative to rates and con
nections, apply tu L. IS. CHURCH,
' Pass. Agent.
m mom mm routs.
THT. ONLY niRECT ROUTE TO
ttii line raVMeoa;er re Itndod at
4'entcnnial Ground, or at hroad aud Pine
ninviM. in vioinilv ol the Leadintr hoh-ia in
I'hiladelpbia, aa Uiey aiy prtfi r . Hulders of
cas stop orr at the
Aud visit the Government Buildings, and the
axny objects ofinterenu in aud about WanbiDg
KinCily. 'lraveltr ikaiiing
i Sptiij, ftel, iii Cd.rUV.i Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
Is Cek'brateil fur its
Xlaran Ooaohai.Splendid Hotsla, Orand
MdSMaUXlU Jaottotaln and Valley
Soanory. svnd tha many polnta of
Hiatorio Into rest Alona
refill iLWiTS .i u LOW
VVVLMAM FAXA.CE CARS
tmyil weden ni S&stera Cities.
liVR TURUCGU TICKETS, UAGGGAliE
J? Checks, Muveiurnt ot iraina, Mwpiuij I ar
AosooUbodations, ., Ae., apJy at lkkrt
1'iaoos ai au rriucipai l oinu,
VOATK, OOTH, CAST OB WEST.
E. R. XkjRSEY,
Ass'tGaa'J Ticket Art.
1IIOB. F. BARRY,
Western Pwi t'r A gi
L. M. COLE,
Geo'l Ticket Act.
THUS. R SHARP,
Muter of Tmm-p'n
J Miction sf Broadway, 7 th Avenua and
HET7 YOH1X CITY,
Three Blocks wast at errand Central Depot
uaar Ut Elevated Railroad, and but twen
ty niurates from Wall (street. All modern
UBpravatneatta. lutes 14 per day. Lib-
raJ terms to ramaues.
tA. . I.sjT.fsTO. 4V0prt.tr r
Of Dwavaa Bouaa, Albany, 1., aa
Citrrndoa flout, Saratoga. 7-T-u3m.
TBll J A PER 19 OX FILK WITH
VTlsara AdvarUalog Cwtracu taa b
Official Text as Reported by the
AIoImI ft I nt. I,onH, Jniie . I?4I.
Wo. t lie delegate of the democratic
party or the United Slate, in national con
ventinn aembled, do hereby declare the
administration ot the federal government
to be in urgent need of immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of thin
convenliou, and ot the democratic parly In
eicli State, a zealoun efloi t and eo opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our reiiow-cmzens or every rormer political
connection to undertake with u tlilsflrst
ani most preaing patriotic duty.
TnK VStON, THE CON8T1TDTIOII, RfPfBI,!
For the democracy of the wholo country,
we do hereby rcallirm our laith la the per
niinunce of the federal union; our devotion
U the constitution of tha United States,
witi its ameLdment!) universally accepted
a the final sett'ement of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our teailtaet confidence in the perpe
tuity of republican sell-sovcrnment.
1UK FIRST CK.NTVRY.
In absolute acqtilescence In the will of
the majority the vital principle ot repub
lic?; in the supremacy of the civil over the
military authority, in the total separation of
church and state, for the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equality ot
all citizens before just laws of their own en
actment; in tha liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of the rising generation,
that they may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products ot
a hundred years ot changeful hi'tory; but
while upholding the bond ot our union and
great charter of these great rights, it be
hooves a free people to practice also that
eternal vigilance which la the price of
RKFORM COKKIM'TION- CINTBALISM.
Rtform is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot theVhole people the union,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secession ot states but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, whish,
after inflicting upon ten States the rapacity
of carpet bag tyrannies, has boney-combeU
the otlu-es of the federal government itself
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
States and municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, aud locked fast the pros
perity of nn industrious people la the pa
ralysis of hard times.
RKFORM OF THE CURRENCY SPECIE
Jirfvrm is necessai y to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven years to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard ol
value in the hands ol the people, and the
non payment of which is a disregard of the
plighted faith of the nation.
We denounce the lmorovldence which fn
eleven years of peace Las taken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered fout times this sum in use
lets expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. Wc denounce
the tlnancial imbecility and Immorality of
that party which, during eleven years of
peace, hag made no advr.nce toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, iii.-tcud, has obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting till
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as euch a hindrance
we denounce the resumption clause of the
act of 1875, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economies, by official
retrenchment, aud by the linances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its perfect ability and its
perfect readiness to meet any ol its prom
ises at tho call of the creditor entitled to
e Deiieve sueu a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted f competent
hands for its execution, creating at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and nt no
time aiarming me puuue nnna into a with
drawal ot tnat vast machinery or credit by
which 95 per cent, of all our business trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general confidence,
would, from the day of its adoption, bring
healing on its wings to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in ail its national sources the prosper-
uj in lav I'eupitr.
REFORM Of THE TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Jlform Is necessary in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set free from distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the prcs
eut turin levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a maurpleca of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rUiug revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchase the products of American libors;
it has degraded American aouunerea from
the first to an interior rank upon tha hi"b
seas; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at home anl abroad, and de
pleted the return of American agriculture.
an inuusu-y lonoweu by half our neonln. it
costs the people lire times more than it Dro-
.li....... ... t. ...... . i . .... -
uuiii, n ui, uiMurj j vimiruci toe process
j'ruuucuuu, mu wastes me iruiu ot la
bor; it promotes fraud, fosters sniiiwiin
enriches dihonet officials and baukrupts
Uoneu meroliauu. We demand that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
REVORM-KCOSOMY 1 n'BUC EXrKMHK.
Atursi is necewary in me scale ol pubtie
expense federal. State and municipal.
Our federal taxation has swollen from sixty
millions gold, in lio, to lour hundred and
fllty millions currency, in 1870. Ouratrm-e-gte
taxation, trom one hundred and tTfty-
..nV.!!i0IU,f!?la " lw0 10 ven hundred
and thirty millions currency in 1870; or, In
one decode, lrom lew than five dollars per
head to mora than eighteen dollars pei head
Muce tha peace the people have paid to'
their tax-gatherers mora than thrice tha
sum of the national debt, and nmr. ,i..
twice that sum lor the ledral government
alona. W a demand a vigoroua frusralitv In
.v.rv .4 i i. -1 1 . . . . .,. . n ..
v.' i' vii.ttui, biiu iiuiu every oncer
ot the government.
REFORM I'CuLIC LAN Do lo ACll'AL BET
TLEHS. Iiifvnik u necessary to put a stop to the
profligate waste of the publio laud, na
their diversion from actual settlers bv tha
party in power, which has lum.n.L,.
K),(W0,O00 acres upon railroads alone, and
en amount of mora than thrice that anrro-
..1. In... H . . . . I I . V
uii.jncu ui jeas man a sixth di-
.vw; iv uii uuersoi tne SOIL
rv-AUOFTBO CITIZENS, REJECTED
aiiClir?i!.?fS,tory to u"ect tha ommia.
"i-yuiirBu congress ana the errors
, our diplomacy, which
hint .Pe?4 i0ur. feu WHritizena of foreign
birth and kindred raot. rcerosiaV tho At"
laotie, ol the shield of AmerteaS citizen
ship, and have exposed our Wetuwa of tha
Pacific coast to the incursions of a race not
VLTii I'T fMn- stock:
through naturalization, as being neither ao.
custom d is tha tradltlooa ol a progressive
elviUzatlon,toreiercied In liberty uuaer
equal laws. fTC denouhcS tbs policy wblci
thus discards tbs lltarty-loving Oarsnaa
and tolerates tha raviraj f tha coolie trad
In Mongolian women, imported for Immora
purpoees, and Mongollaa me a held to per
form servile labor contracts. ,
TBt FALSE SKCTARIAst ISSCE-TRF FaL
SECTIONAL ISSUE. i
J.form Is nacessary, and aan sever ba .
fected only by making it tha controlling
issue of the elections, and II ft In? it above
tha two false Issues with whlctt tha office,
holding class and the party in power aeok
to smother it,
First-the falsa (s ua with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ot which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
tho several States, and which the demo
cratic party has cherished from their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from tha treasury to any.
Second The false isus by which they
seek to light anew the dytntj embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on ona indivisible republic and a common
REFORM 1 RE CIVIL SERVICE.
Ilrform Is necessary in tha civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible if its civil service be subject to
change at every election, bo a prize fought
for attbe ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved eimpeteney and held lor
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 ins: rumen t of their ambition; here,
again, professions falsified in the preform
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM COKRI PTION OF HIOH PUBLIC
Reform is necessary even more in tha
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet officers and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices are not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vies presi
dent; a lata speaker of tho house ot repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; tive chairmen
or the leading committees of the late bouse
of representatives exposed In jobbery: a
lata secretary ol tha treasury forging bal
ances in publio accounts; n lata attorney
general misappropriating public funds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off tho profits
of contractors wiih his department; an
ambassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation? tho president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
Irauds upon the revenue; a secretary ot
war impeached for high, dimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be the
people's choice of honest men lrom another
party, lest the disease of , one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
RKFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, tho
product of sixteen years of the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformers are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the party's mass of honest voters
Is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leaders and guides,
Stonn can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change of
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures and ol men.
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Happier days Instrumental Tom Brown
Why caa 1 not Forget............. Claribl
Far O'er (be Waves-... .....Maylath
High Lite Waltz.................. Strauss
Down where the Violets Grow Westerns
When Old Jrcksoo had his Day....... Westerne
The Grand Old Farm... .. ......... Ruble
The College yuickU'p.........Stxldarii
There'a a Letter in tha Candle ........Cools
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all the patronage that Cairn ha in the.
Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Rockwell f- Co., we are now prepared.
While, lor the Human family.
Yellow, lor llorara mill Animals
ThCMi Liniments are sininlv the wonder of the
norm, i neir t-neci are lime less than marvel
lous, yet there are some thinirs which they will
not do. They w ill not cure raneer r mend
broken bones, lint they will always allay uain
They have strniKhtenul Angers, cured chronic
rheumatism ot nianv veers ssliidin. and IhSvii
im- pmn iruin wrriuie niirns ami acalils, Willi II
nan never neen none ny any ollierHillclc.
The Wliite l.lnliiieut Is for the human
raniliy. It will drive rhumstim, sciatica an
neuraliiia fr'm the system; cure lumbago,
chillblains, palsy, itch, and must cutaneous
eruptions. It extracts lrot lrom frozen hands
and feet, and the poison of bites and slimes of
venonimous reiniies: It sutxlues avrel Inirs. anil
alleviutes pain of eTery kind.
r or sprains or onuses It I Hie m"ft potent
muniy ever uiscoTenn. ine Leninur 1.1 ill
meni is usea vritn s:rest eiucary lor sore
throat, toothache, rnkid breast, earaelie and
weuRURCE. i lie lonowing i- mil a sampleoi
' 1SU1AKA lloMI. .Ui F. CO.,j
lnd.. Mav lS7:i. i
"I think it my duty to inform you ttuit I have
sunered much with swollen (ret and chords. I
have not bern free from time swelltna; In elxht
years Now 1 am perfectly well, thanks to the
lentanr Liniment. The Liniment ought to be
appueu warm. iissjavin liuow rc
The proif is In the trial. It is reliable, it Is
handy, it is cheap, and every family should have
To tbs sick nnd Ud-riddeh. the halt and lame.
to Hie wounded aud aorr, wessy, "Come and lie
To the poor and distressed who have anent
their inouey for worthless medicines, a bottle of
lentaur l.lniment w ill be given without cbnrge
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is miapted to the tough muscles, corls and Resh
of horses. It has (performed more Wonderlul
cures of spavin, strain, wind-galls, scratches
sweeny, ana sreneral lameness, than all othr
remeilies in existence. Reail what the great 1.x
preissuien say n;
New Yoiik. .Tanimrv. 1-71
"Every owner of hor-es should give 'the ( in
taur Liniment a trial . We consider It the lies
article ever used In our slnble.
"II. MARSH. Hunt. Adams Ex. Stables. V.Y
"K. l'l I.T., Supt. I.. is. Ex. htablrs, N Y
Montoomsrv. Al.A.. Alllf. K. '74
GrNTLKMax: I have uneil over one gro-s ol
Centaur l.inunent. yellow vtrapper, on the
mules of my plantation, ljetides doiim of Hi
lamily l.inunent lor my negroes. 1 wmit to
ptirrhafte it at the v holeule prici'. and ill
tint' i k you to ibip me by .tavauah slmiiiirr fiti
gross ol euch kind. Me.ssm. A. T. MewirtA
Co. will i,sy your lull on pn -enlation.
Respectfully, .Iahss 1aiiho."
J he be,t patrons of this Liniment are l urri
ers ana tctcnary surkcon. It heuls Xm'l-
wounds and pall-evil, removes BHi lliUiZ, nnd
is worth millions of dollars to farmer, hery
men, stock-growers, slueji-rui-s-i1,, aud llios
having hordes or rattle.
What a larncr cannot do foi IJo tlie Ceutun
Liniment will do ut a trifling hi.
i tie-e L.iuiiueuts are warranted l the pro'
prietors, ami a bottle will be given to anv 1 r
ner or Physician w ho desire Ui list tbuu. h'
i-rery w here.
fjirMiratory ot J. H. !tE A CU
Pi r . Naw'YoiiK.
Oast or ia.
Is a pleasant and crfeel e-ulrstitu tt . in all rates
for t attor Oil. t asiona is the result f an old
rbysician's effort to ppmIui. for his own irsc
tici', an etTi-ctive ruthurtic, pleasant to the taite
ani trvK irvm a;ripin
lr Kaiuml Hurhm. of llvanuls, Muss.,l-uc
ceeueil in con.binlng, itbuut ih use of aiuv
ho, a iurgalie ttKvut us p!raant to take as
noney, snu wmrii pon.i,seif sll llie iirMruUi
liroix-rties oft aslor il.
li is adapted to ail aifes. but is ecilly rec
ommendi'.l to mothers as a relialile remedy fo
ail disorders of the i-toiimi h and bowels of i Inl
lren. It i lertuin, ai.rn-eulile. aloluU-ly hsriu
lens, andriirap. it ilionid lie it-l !r win
colic, sour stomach, worms, costiveuees, croiii
eh;., tnen children can have sleep aud mother
J. 11. Ross A Co-, of 4i'. Iey Stm t. New
1 oik, are I He ttie o.e iieimrr of I a-lira, at
ter I'r. I'ltrher's rerpiu c-'.'l-l itw
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
Kill RTIl M'MHER JM.fi READY Tl
ith a fine Stetl Portrait of A. T. Hl.vct.rt
his Career, 1'eatb, v ill aud buccessiyn.
And besides theuniijue and valuuble Diary of
iruponani events and occurrences lliroughoiit
the world, this numls-r conUinn, among two
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