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part 'of tlie I'niied State, in national con
Ixntinn aswmlilpd. do hendiv UccUre tbo
administration of the federal government
to be In urgent reed of immediate reform:
lo hcrebv enfoln upon the nomincea of this
eonventioti, lind ol the democratic party in
.rii stMtA. a zpnlou eltort and o opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appeal to
nnr fel ow-eiiizeii of every inrtner po.uieai
rnnnee.lion to undertake witu ua inn nrni
n 1 most presetujr patriotie outy.
ME t'.NION, TI1K CON8TITCTIOX, ItlM BU-
For the democracy of the whole country,
we iio ncrctiv reaiiirin our iuiiu in iue ih-i-
nianence of t he federal union; our devotion
the con-ditution of the cnitea Mate.
with its ameLdinents universally accepted
as the llnal oetHenient of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our steadla-t confidence in the perpc.
tuity of renublican sell-itovernmeiu.
1 UK HK8T CEXTVKV.
In nhifilnte acuulescenre In the will of
the majority the vital principle ot repub
lics; in the supremacy ol tlie civil over me
military authority, in tlie total separation of
church and state, lor the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in tno equality oi
II citizens before Hist law sol their own en
actment; in the liberty or individual con
duct, uuvexed bv sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of the minx veneration.
that tuey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
tiiosn dent conumons oi uuiuau uu tuiiies..
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years oi cnangeiui uiury; uui
while tinholdimr tbe bond ot our union and
great charter oi xne great nguie, i; ue
hnoveH a free neonle to practl.'e also that
eternal viiruauce wdicu is me price oi
RIFORM CORKITTION CENTRALISM
Reform is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven vears atro happily rescued irom tne
danger of a secession of fitates but now to
tie saved irom a corrupt cumraiiMij, nui.u
after intiiciinL' u dob ten States the ranaci s
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
the nthees ot the federal government itself
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
States and lminicipulitir with tbe conta
gion of mi 'rule, and locked fast tbe pros
perity ot an industrious people in the pa
ralysis of hard times.
REFORM OF THE CURRENCY SPECIE
Rt'jrm is nccessai y to establish a found
currency, res ore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven years to
make rood 'he Dromise of the legal tender
notes, which ate a ciianidu standard of
valU" in the hands oi the people, and the
nou payment ot Inch is a disregard ol the
pllirhted taitb ol the na'ion.
We denounce the linnrovidence which In
eleven years of peace "lias taken from tbe
people, iu federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered 'out times this sum in use
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption, vt e denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality of
that party which, during eleven year of
neace. has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but. in-tead, h obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting all
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speed f return to
spseis payment, has annua ly enacted fresh
Lindrancr's there: o as fcuch a hindrance
we denounce the r sumption clause of tbe
act of 1375. and we demand iu repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economies, by official
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shad enable the nation soon to assure tbe
whole world of its pel feet ability and Us
fiertect readiness to meet any ol its prom
se at the call of the creditor entitled to
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted f competent
baud for its execution, creat'ng at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at uo
time alarming tbe 'public mind into a with
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which t'5 per cent, of all our business trans
actions are performed: a system open to
tbe public and inspiriiiL' 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 all its national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
'REFORM OF Till TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Reform is necessary in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree irom distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tarifl' levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a masterpiece or injustice, in
equality and false pretense. Jt yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
nss impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchase the products of American labors;
it has degraded American aouimerce irum
the fir to an interior rank upon the high
seas; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at home anl abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by halt our people, it
cost the people five times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of ptoductiou, and 'wastes the fruits ot la
bor; it promotes fraud, fosters simiKKUng,
equal Inws. We denonnc the pohVy which
thus discards the Itberty-lovlng iman
and tolerate the revival of the ronlle trade
In Mongolian women, Imported for inimora
purposes, and Mongolian men held 10 Per
form servile labor contracts.
THE FALSR SECTARIAN IKSt'K THE FALSE
Reform Is necessary, and can never M ef
fected only by making It the controlling
issue ol ihe election, ami lilting It above
thetwofdso Issues with wMch the office
holding class snd the party In power seek
to smolher It.
Klrt-tlie rnlss Is ue with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ot which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several States, and wntcn ine aemo
erstic party has cherished from their foun
dation,. and IS resoivea lomainiaiu, simni
any partiality or preference for any class,
sect or creed, nd without contributing
from the treasur to any. . lt
Second The false i'sue of which Ihcy
seek to light anew the dying ember of
sectional nate uciween kinureu peopio uvr
unnaturally es'ranged, but now reunited
on one indivls.ble republic find a common
REFORM IHE CIVIL SERVICE.
R'form is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct oi tne government in ousmess is
not possible it its civil service be subject to
nh.nw nt everv election, be Prize fought
for at tho ballot box, be a brief reward of
n-irtv zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency 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 instrument of their ambition; here,
again. Drofes ions faMtled in tne preiorm
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
RKFORM CORRCITIOX OF HK1H ITBI.IC
i neeessarv even more in the
higher trades of the public service. Tbe
nrp4Wiriii. vice presiueii'. juuijrs, remiuif
representatives and cabinet officers and all
others in autooriiy are ine peopie a sen'
ants; their offices arc not a private perqiu
iio -ihev are a ntlblic trust.
When tbe aunais oi mis repuuuc snow
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi-
dent; a late speaker ot the house ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators proliting secretly
by their vote as law-niaaers; no cuauuieu
of the leading committees of the late house
o( representatives exposed in jobbery; a
late secretary oi me treasury ior((ins uni
ane in public accounts; a fate attorney
general misappropriating puimo iuhus; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends ny percentages icviea uu iue proms
of contractors wl h his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
privute secretary barely escaping convic
tion tiDon trial lor guilty 'complicity in
frauds unon tho revenue; a secretary of
war tmDcached for high crimes and mlsde
mcanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first stcn in reform must be the
nconle's choice of honest men from 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
REFORM REFORM KEFOBM.
All these abuses, wrongs snd crimes, the
uroductof sixteen years of the ascendancy
of the republican nariy. create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformer are voiea aown
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; tbe partv's mass or honest voters
is powerless to resist tbe eighty thousand
officeholders its leaders and guides.
Rtfnrm enn onlv be had bv a peaceful.
civic revolution. We demand a change of
administration, change of party, tfjat we
may have change of measures and ot men.
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these articles will uresent trial hottli-s lo m-dn-ul
men, gmtis, a a Kiiamiitee "f wh.it thi-y snv.
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and heal tiiirns or scald witiioi'T caii. Palsy,
Weak Itack, Luked lireasts, Lniwhe, I oothnclic-,
Itch and l iituneotii l-riininns readily yield to
Henry Black, of Ada, Hardin Co., U.,uys :
"My wile has hud rheumatism f-r live years
no rest, no sleep rould scarcely walk ucios the
llcs-r. She i now completely cured by the u se
oi C4-nlaiir Liniment. Wc all I-1 thunklul tu
ynu, and recomiiM-ud your woinkrfiil medicine
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"Rll ilftiYl I Centaur I.inimeut cnrel my Neumlgia .""
one do.en hollies l y expivss. Ihe Liniment
has saved my leg. I want to distribute it, Ac
Ihe sale ot this Liniment is liicrcaniiir rap-
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Uu you lieally Think he Did?
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the "BulhtiiC Office it not in any of tlie cit'ut of the Mtuitm'ppi Vallry, out-
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is for the tough skin, lU-rh mid inu-cU-a ol
lloKrls, Ml !.. ANU ANIMALS.
We hae neer tt seen a ea-e of S.nin
S ween v. Uimr-llone, Wind-Unll. Scratches, or
I'oll-Kvil, which this Liniment would n
suecdilv beiiellt. and we neir hut a lew-
cases which it would not cure li Vii.l i a
when anvthiiitf can. It is lolly to sih-iii IS ' 1
a Farrier, when one dollar'n woiiliol ( Vntuur
Liniment willdo lietter I Ik- lolluw i:.ur i- a -uin
pie of the testimony prolui-U:
W. 1'. Hopkins, Postmaster, 1'i-pl, , su;
"Centaur l.iiiiiueut can't be la-at. It t:u
Yelvkrion. O.. March -', Is, I
"TheCentuiir LinnnenH are the l.t -l!in,:
mnltcitus, we have ever bail turn l,mainl
vi-rv B-rejit for it. and St cannot afford to he
without, I i(j ,MkK,AS,)V
.KirKli-OS. Mo.. OV. lo, 1-7
"Some time ago 1 wu. shipping horse-to fl
fxiiii I eot one ha-lly rriirnled in the ear
With KT.-Mt il (hcnllv I got him to the i-tul
The stable ki-r gave m a bottle -f your i i n
taur LiulliH lit. which 1 tiel with sin h Mine-
that in twodas the horse was actne ami nearl
well. 1 have Ira a veterinary surgeon I
thirty yers, hut your r iniiui nl Is at.-, any tlnn
I have ever u."!
"A. J. M'CMt'lY Veterinary S.iih-eon "
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Ir. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Mass., ex
tierimented in ha i-rivate orachce, for twel.t
years, to i-nxluce a combination that wolil-l h
e iiror.rtiea of C !OU MIL without its uu
pleasant uuie an-i griping cueci.
Hi preparation was i-nt fir. near an-1 far,
till fluully he gave it the name of ( aitoria, as I
put it up for sale. It is very womlcrlul in Us
effects, particularly with the disor-h retl sti.m-
achs and bowel ol chll-lren. It a-.siuii.aik
tii F0.10, cure .our stomach and wind colic.
regulate the Isiwels, Lxpels orias, aii-1 may
k reliel upon in (Ton 11
As a pleasant, etl.-clie, ami -rfecllv safe
Cathartic remedy, it i" sii-rior to Castor oil.
Cordial and hyrup It "bar not conUiu alco
hol, and is adsptirl to any ace.
liy regulating tlie sioiiwn ami iothi oi
cross and sickly children, they l-ra g-xsl-
nutiirrd and healthy I hey canrnioy sb-p, an-i
mothers haye rest The Lm-loria is put up at the
laboratory of J. B. Rose A Co., 4'. Iny Mieet,
New 101 a mm --.! o
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custom house taxatiou shull be only lor
REFORM F.CONOMY IS I'lBLIC LXI KSf-E.
Rtfrin is uecetaarr in the scale of public I
Cape-use federal. Male and municipal.
uur federal taxation lias swollen from sixty
milllous Kold, in to lour hundred and I
nity muuons currency, in 1870. Ouragj-'re-
c.te taxation, from one hundred and hftv.
four millions told in lubd, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currency in ls,o;or, in
one ueeaae, irom less tnuu nve dollar per
bead to uioi than eighteen dollars per head.
biuce tne peace ue people nave paid to
tueir tax-gatherers tuure than thrice the
sum oi uie national debt, and more than
twice that sum for the federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality iu
every department, aud from eeryotriccr
oi tuo government.
REFORM l'CBLIC LANDS, lO ACIVaL RKT-
Rtfvrm Is oecesaary to put a stop to tbe
profi gate waste of the public lands and
their diversion from actual settlers bv the
p.ny in power, which baa squandered
410,000,000 acre upon railroads alone, anU
an amount o' mora than thrice that sk&tsv
gale, has disposed of less than a sixth di
levtly lo the UUers of the soil.
REFOUM AUOITBD CtTUKKS, KtJICTEU
Rrform I Becetsary to correct tbe ommis
sion of a republican congress and the errors
of our treaties aud our diplomacy, which
bav stripped our fellow-citizens ol foreign
n rtn aud kinareu race, recrosini tne At
lantic, of the shield f Araertcau cit-zeu.
ship, and havo xpodur hrctbera of the
fae.ihe eoa-t to the inouraloo of a race not
sprung from the saui jreat paieut stock,
aud, in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through n turaUz.Uou, as being neither Ac
customed tt iu traditions ol a progressive
clviluatlon, nor exercised in liberty uuder
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RECORD tFe YEAR
FOURTH XIMBER (J I'M) UK A UY TODAY.
With a fine .Steel Portrait of A T. Stuvait,
his Career, Lieulh, Willan-1 succession.
And besides the unl'iue ami valuable Diary of
Important events and occurrences throughout
the world, this numlier contains, anions two
hundred other article, the following points 'd
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