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THIS PAPEK T9 OV FILE tTITl
What Aalvertlalug luutracU ota be maals.
Official Text as Reported by the
Ailoilel nt Nt. I.oule. June 2S, 1ST0.
W'v, 1 1 19 (lcli'p:it('R of the ilemooratlP
party of the United State, in national con
vention assembled, do hereby ilccltro the
mlimnist ration of the federal government
to ho in urgent peed of Immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of t lit h
convention, and ol the democratic party in
e-ich Mute, a zetdoti etlort and o opera
tion to lias end, and do hereby appenl to
our fellow-citizens of every former political
connection to iiodertnke with ti thW tirnt
an I most proving pniilollc duty.
TIIK I'MON, TIIK CONSTITL'TIOJf, RBI t'ItLt-
For the deniocrncv of the whole couutrv.
we do ht-ieiiy reatlirm our iuith in the per
manence oi toe ieucrai union; our devotion
to the consliuiiion of the United Mates.
with its amendments universally accepted
Hsinunnui stit'cineni oi tun controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our uteadlast confidence in the perpe
tuity of rcnuhlican Belt-government.
TIIK FIRST CENTURY.
In absolute acquiescence in the will of
t no majority tlic vital principle ot repub
lics; iu the (supremacy of the civil over the
military authority, in tlie totai separation of
church and state, lur the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the tuualitr ot
all citiens before just laws ol their own en
actment; in tho liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in tho
faithful education ot the rising generation,
that tncy may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions; of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot changelul hi-tory; but
white upholding the bondol our union and
great charter ot these great rights, it be
hooves a free people to practi.-e also that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
REFORM- CORRUPTION CENTRALISM.
h'tfurm is necossary to build and establish
in thu heart ot the whole people the union,
eleven ye-ars ago happily rescued from the
danger jaf a secession of Mates but now to
be ved from a corrupt centralism, which,
alter iiiiin-tin upon ten Mates the rapaeliy
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
the olllces ol the federal government itsell
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
Stales and municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked fast the pros
perity of an industrious people iu the pa
ralysis of hard times.
REFORM OF TIIK CURRENCY SPECIE
Jitarm is necessaiy to establish a sound
currency, lestore 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 of
valmt in the bauds ot the people, and tho
non payment of which is a dirgard ot the
plighted taltu ot the nation.
We denounce the improvidence which tn
eleven years of peace has taken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered tout times this sum in use
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ot
that party which, during eleven years of
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, has obstructed resumption bv
wasting our resources and exhausting ail
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
kjieeis payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto a such a hindrance
we denounce the resumption clause of the
act of lis75, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economies, by official
retrenchment, and by the finance, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of it peilect ability audits
perfect readiness to meet anv ot its prom
ises at the call of the creditor entitlwd to
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted to competent
hands for its execution, creating at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
muo alarming tuu puuuo llliuu into a W1IU
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which I'D per cent, ot all our business trans
actions are performed; a system open to
tue puuue anu mspiriLg general confidence,
would, from the day of its adoption, bring
healing on its w ing to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to lubor. and re
new in all iu national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
REFORM OV THE TARIFF FliEK TRADE.
Krform is uccessarr in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree from distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
eut tan It levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a mast jr piece of lujustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub-
siuize a icw; it prouibus import that might
purcunse ;uo prouucis oi American labors;
it has degraded American sommeree irom
the lirst to au in!eriorrauk upon the high
seas; it has cut down the sales of American
mauulucture at home ani abroad, and d.
pieted the returns of American agriculture
an industry followed bv halt our neonlc. it
cost the people five times more than it pro-
g mi ticMur) , ooaixuci tue process
bor; It promote fraud. fntr k..!....?.n!t"
eiiMche dihonel ollictal and bankrupt
honest merchant. We demaud that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
REFORM -ECONOMY IN JT8UC EXl'KNbK.
Iitform is necessary in the scale ot public
expense federal, Mate and municipal.
Our federal taxation has awoilen from aixty
.....ii. m., (iu, iu low, u iour uunarcd and
fllty million currency, in 1870. Ouraggre
gate taxation. Irom one hundred and nnv.
tour million gold in lhtiO, to seven buudied
and thirty million currency in l7i): or. in
oue decade, from less than live dollars per
head to more than eighieen dollars per head,
since the peace the people have paid to
lut-ii laa-gaiucrer! more tuau uric the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
mice tuai sum lor me lederal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, and from every ofilct-r
of the government.
REFORM Fl'RLIC LANDS TO ACTUAL SET
Jtffurin 1 necessary to put stop to the
"w oi uie public laud and
their uiver.iou from actual settler by the
party in power, which has squandered
Xoo.OuO.oou acres upon railroads alone, and
au amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, ha disposed of leas than a sixth di
rectly to the tiller, of the soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS, REJECTED
MOM. Ill K
h'tfum i necfcary to correct the omrois
'ju of a republican congress aud the t-rror
!ivVr 'reaU d our diplomacy, which
birth iP feltoWH-itueis oi loreigs.
laotic JJ !,U"lr,e51 ,rrei """"in tlM At
ihiD and ''lileld vt AuwlcaS cit.aen
Faiilk co3l f P our hrethern of the
jung Irom iU ,nu"iu" of . race not
snd, in fact?nw;jff" 'tock,
through naturaliatiouTai?1, "'"IP
customed ta the tradtiious ol a ,n"Ulwr ao"
civilization, nor exercised In hbvrCf.''
equal laws. We denounce th policy which
thu discards the liberty-loving German
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trad
in Mongolian women, imported for Imuiora
Jmrposes, and Mongolian men held to per
oral servile labor contracts.
tlllt FALSE SECTARIAN ISSUE TIIK FAf.f E
Reform is necessary, and ean Dever be ef
fected only by malting ft the controlling
issue ol ihe elections, and lifting it abnv
the two false twines with which the office
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother it.
First- the false 1mie with which tlicy
would enkmdl sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support oelongs exclusively to
the several States, and which the demo
cratic party has cherished from ttietr loun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for anv class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
second The false lsiie or wnicn tney
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic and a common
REFORM IHE CIVIL SERVICE.
Reform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible it its civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, he a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
tl.l.ilifw In 41. a 1.11a m.ln.t. 1. .hn .liu-
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . j iu , ii ti in... i: in iw j f iu nv huv uin-
pensing of patronage shouid neither be a
tax upon the time or an our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profes ions fal-itied in the preform-ane-p,
n tost that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
RF.FORM CORRUPTION OF IlIOH PUBLIC
Reform is necessary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet officers and nil
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices sre not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of 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 nrolitiug secretly
by their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed in Jobbery; a
late secretary ot the treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public funds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off the profits
of contractors with his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary of
war Impeached for high crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be the
people'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 REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
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 leader and guides.
Reform can only be had by a peaceful,
civio revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures and ot men.
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