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Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at St. I.onlo. June 2S. !?.
We. the delegates of the democratic
party of the 1'niled Static, In nnttoual eon-
volition assembled, do hereby declare the
itdmini.-tratioii of lie federal govcrnim-nt
to be in tirgeni peed of immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
coti.t nliiiL,, 11 ii 1 ol the democratic party in
e eli Mate, n zealous eftort and wo opera
tion to this end, and do hereby nppeul to
our fellow-cltizcns of every former political
connection to uudertake with tin tliH first
an I most pressing; patriotic duty.
THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, REl'lHI.l-
C AX HKLK-tiOVKKNMKNT.
For the democracy of the whole country.
( io Uorciiy i-cailiiiii our tuith la the per
manence oi tho joroi union; our devotion
tKa i.rmut 1 1 1 1 1 inn ff" tllll I 'lilt J. 1 Utnlnu
with lis uuieLiliuents universally ucecptcd
bUU IVIl.HMHllUU v. ...v . limits,
us the linai scii'enietii ot tin; controversies
Unit engendered civil war, and do here re
or J our steatitast coMidence in the pcrne-
iiiiiy oi reouniiean sen-government.
1HK MUST CENTUKV.
In absolute acquiescence In the will of
the majority the vital prineiplo oi reptib'
lie; lu the sui remacy nt the civil over the
military authority, fn tae total separation of
church and state, lor the sake ulike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equalit,' ot
all citizens before just lawsol their osvn en
acinic nt; in the liberty ol individual eon-
On t, uiivt-xed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful educatiou of ill. rising generation.
that tuey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions i,f human happiness.
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot chanelul hl-tory; but
w hile upholding luc bond oi our union and
irreat charter ol these irreat niflits, t: lie
hooves a fi er people to practi.-e also that
eternal vigilance which is the price of
KEIOHM COHItUI'TION CENTRALISM.
Reform is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole pcoi.ld the union,
eleven years niio happily rescued Ironi t lie
danger of anecession ot Mutes but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, whi b,
alter lnllieiui'' upon ten Mates thu rapaci y
of carpet-bai tyrannies, has honey-coinbeil
the olhcea ot the lcderul U'ovcruuieut itscll
with incapacity, waste ami fraud; infected
States uud luunicipulitiiR with the contu
triou ol nnsi ulc, and locked last the pros
perity ol un industrious people iu the pa
ralysis oi hard times.
REFORM OK THK CURRENCY SPECIE
if,,riu Is neccssaiy to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maiutuin the national honor. We denounce
the failure for Ull these eleven years to
make irood the promise of the legal tender
Hides, which are a cuaiuiiii; standard ot
value in the hands ot the people, and the
lion payment of .vhicli is adUr.gard ol the
pliuhled l ml Ii ol the nation.
H e denounce the iiiinroviilcnce which in
eleven years of peace has taken (rom the
people, iu federal taxes, thirteen times the
wliolo h mount of the leu al tender notes,
aim Kquaiiuercn lout times mis sum in use
less expense, without iiccuuiuliitint; any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the tiuanclal imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, during eleven years ol
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, liwcud, lias obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting all
our surplus income, uud while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specia payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as such a hindrance
we denounce tho rtsumptiou clause of the
act of 187.), and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economics, by olhe.ial
retrenchment, uud by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its pel feet ability and its
perfect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ises at the call of the creditor euutlud to
We believe mich a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted to competent
baud-, for its execution, creulTig at no time
an artificial scarcity ot curreuey, and at no
time alarming thu public mind into a with
drawal ol that vast machinery of credit by
which Ho per cent, ol ull our business trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general coutideuce,
would, from the day of its adopt. ou, bring
healing on its wings to all our harrussed In
dustries, set in motion the w heels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources thu prosper
ity ot the people.
REFORM OF THE TARIFF FREK TRADE.
j:,orm Is necessary iu the sum uud mode
of ledtr .1 taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree lrom distrust ami labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
enl tariff levied upon nearly tour thousand
articles as a uiat -t piece of injustice, in
equality uud UI so pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising reveuue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits import that Plight
purcliae the products of American Ubois;
it has degraded American uomuierce ironi
the tirst to an interior. rank upon the high
seas; it lias cut down the sales of American
matin l act urcs at home utii abroad, and de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by halt our people. It
costs the people live times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and wastes tuolniitsol la
bor; it promotes Hand, fosters smuggling,
clinches dishonest otliclals and bankrupts
iiouct merchants. Wo demand that all
custom, house luxation shall bo only lor
REFORM ECONOMY IN 1UIII.IC EXPENSE.
lu funn is necessary in the scalo ol public
expense federal. Mate and municipal.
Out tederul taxation has swollen from sixty
million-! gold, in to lour hundred uud
nuy millions currency, in 1S7U. Uur aggre
gate taxation, irom oue hundred and Iilty
lour millions gold in li0, to seven hundred
auu iiiirty iniiiions currency to i7i; or, iu
oue decade, iron) less than live dollars per
head to more than eighteen dollars per head.
Miiee the peace the people hate paid to
their tax-gatherers more than thrice the
kiiui ot the national debt, uud more than
twice that sum lor the tederal government
alone, vt e demand a vigorous Irugality iu
every department, and lrom every otllcer
ui ilc gut eriuiieui.
KErOKM I'l'llLlC LANDS TO AO UAL SET
Jii fniiH is necessary to put a stop to the
proitigate waste of the public lands and
their diversion from actual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
auu.tsjo.ono ucres upon railroads alone, and
(in amount of more than thrice that aggre
gate, has disposed of less than a sixth di
rectly to the tillers of the soil.
KEFohM-ADOPTED (HIENS, REJECTED
It'torm is necessary to correct the ommis
siou of a republican congress and the errors
of our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-citizens oi lorelgu
birth and kindred race, recrossing tu Al.
luntic, oi thu shield ot American citueu
ship, and have exposed our hi ether n of the
l'acihc coast to the incursions of a race not
sprung lrom the same great parent stock,
and, in fact, now by law denied ciiizeushin
through nsturalizatiou, as being neither ac
customed to the traditions ol a progressive
clvUizatlon, nor exercised iu liberty under
equal Inwu. We denounce the policy w hlch
thim discards tho liberty-loving Oerman
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, Imported for Immora
purposes, and Mongolian men item to per
form servile labor coiitrncts.
THE FALSE SECTARIAW ISSUE THK FALSE
L'efm-m Is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making It the controlling
issue ol the elections, and lifting it above
the two false Issues with wMcn the ottlee
holding elas and Uie party in power seek
to smother It. ...
Kind-the false lsne with which they
would cnkindl" sectarian ftrife in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment ami support ueio.ngs exclusively io
tho several States, mid which the demo
cratic party has cherished from their Inun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or prelereiice for any class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
Second The false 1-stie by which they
seek to light anew the dvlnif embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on ono indivisible republic and a common
REFORM 1 HE CIVIL SERVICE.
lit form is ncccssnry 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 zoal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
illicitly in me public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
noriue ins;rumeni or uieir ambition; here,
again, profes-ions lal-iUed in the preform,
nnce, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
RFJ-ORM CORRUPTION OF I1I01I PUBLIC
Ilfform is necetsary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators.
representatives and cabinet otneers and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; tneir oinces arc not a private ptrqui
site -they are a public trust.
hen the annuls of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ot the house ol repre
scntatives marketing his ruliniis as a presid
ing otiicer; three senators profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed in Jobbery; a
line secretary oi the treasury lorging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public lunds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
mends uy percentages levied on the prollts
of contractors with his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the presidents
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial tor guilty complicity in
Irauds upon the revenue; a secretary ol
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 di-ease of one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
by muking no change of men or parties we
can get no cnange ot 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
oincehoiders. its leader and guides.
liefvrm can only be had by peaceful.
civic revolution. We demand a change ot
administration, a change of party, that we
may nave a enange oi measures and oi men.
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men, Krai is, as a guarantee of whs) they say.
Illl.l,t.lfllll I.I.M.Mr.M, WHITS MAI'-
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t routed reel. ciulblaiLs. tswellluiis. Bnruius.
anu any oruuiary
n.K-11, hunk or Mrst t.K ailment
We make 110 nretence that this article wilt
cure cancer, restore lost bones, or rive health to
a wnissy v ink eil n.rcaxs, but 11 will always re
I dtice inlfaitiiiiatlnn and allay pain.
It will extract the noisoti of bites and stiims.
and heal burns or scald without a scah. 1'alsy,
Weak Hack, Caked Breasts, Earache, Toothache.
Itch ami t tituueous Eruiitious readily yield to
US ire.tllllt lil.
Henry lilacs, of Ada, Hardin Co., .. says
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no rest, no sleep could scarcely walk across the
floor. Mie I now completely ciirtil ny me use
of Centaur Liniment. We all feel thankful to
you, ami recommend your wonderful medicine
an our irientis. "
lames Hunt, of Zanrsvllle, Ohio, nays: "Tin
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I he sale ol this l iniment is incrcnsitiK rap
The Yellow Centaur Liniment '
Is for the tonsil skin, Ib.-h and iiiutt les of
IIOKSIH, Ml I.KS ANU ANIMALS,
We have never vet seen a rase of iiaun.
Sweeny, Rintf-Rone, Wind-I.all, .'cratehts, or
I'oll-h.vll, wiilen mis I. in 1 mm 1 won 111 not
sneetlilv lienellt. anil we never saw but a few-
rases which it would not cure IrWii.t. tins
when anything can. It is folly to sind I' Pir
a Farrier, when one dollar's wnrlli ol -ntaiir
Liniment willdo lM-tter. 1 he billowing isa sam
ple of the testimony produced :
vt . i. iioitKins. 1 osimaster. 1 inu ' . bu
"Centaur Liniment can 'I be lnul- It cure-.
every time. '
1 BI.VKRION. . . siart n i, .
'The CeiiUiur Liniments are the liet Ki lling
medicines we have ever had. 'Hie ili inuud M
very great for it, and we cannot aflord to lie
"I. II, lll'-LY SON."
.Ii KI kksox. Mo., Nov. I", l"7t
"Some timeaKol was KluppiiisT horse, lu M.
UiUIS. 1 got one liailiy criiiiiieu 111 tne rar.
With great tlifliriilty 1 got him to Hip stalili-,
The stulile keeper gave me a bollle of your 1 -n-
taur l.iniiiu-iit, whim I Iwl Willi suen sucress
that in twoduys the horse was active and nearly
well. I have tieen a vetennurr surgeon lor
thirty years, but your Fiuimt nl ts'at.'i anything
I nave ever u-ei .
"A. .1. .M'CAUTV Veterinary Surgeon
For a Hostage . ami) we vm.I mad ai i nt.tur
Almanac, roiiuining )nindrels of eertilleati-i-,
from every Mute in the I'nion. 'I Iicm- l.ini-
lueitts are now sold by all demerit in the country.
laboratory of J. II. IIO-L A to.
4i. 1)kv hi. , Ns 1 oitk.
Dr. Samuel 1'itcher, of llyannis. Mass.., ex-
lH-rimcntetl in bis i rivste nrac.ttce, tor twenty
years, to produce a v inbinatioii that would have
the nronertit-s of CAVIOK OIL without Its uu-
pu-HMini Uisie anil grunnc eins-i.
jiis iireiiaraiion wus seui ior. ni-ar an-i lar,
tin eimiiy be gave it the name of t ttstona, sm-1
put it up 1'ifMl-i. Jt i. vj wonderful in its
enet-ts, particularly wnn lite ui-orierei stum
aehs ltU'1 bowels of children. It A--IM1LAIKS
tub ft ton, cures sour stomath and wind colic,
regulates the Isiwels, l-.xiels W otihs, ami may
ue reiitti 1111011 in cronii.
As a pleasant, etlt-rtive, and lierftt'llv safe
Cathartic, remedy, it is siiH-rior to Castor oil,
i.driiiais anu nyrun 11 noes nol coiilaiu alco
hol, and is adapted to any age.
Iiv rt-gululiiig the stoinach and bowels 01
rroiM and sieklv rhildren, they lieconn good
natureil and heallliy. '1 ht-v raneniov sleeu. and
mothers have rest The Custoria is put up at the
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his Career, Death, Will and Succession.
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important events ami occurrenrrs throughout
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hundred other articles, the following points ot
Queen Victoria's New Thle.
Dr. John Hall's April I'hllosophcrs (t ools).
'1 he True American a character!. tic t'oeiu
Washington a Marshal of t rance.
.lean Ingelow's Fancy.
.New Ho me-Car Poetry, for April.
Dom 1'eilro's Characteristics.
A Whist Party in the Ark.
Hire Capitalist Aator, Stewart, Vanderbilt.
Mark Twain at a Horse Auction.
First Female Lobbyist at Washington.
The Girl of Sevibe a Spanish I'oem.
Royalty in the I'nited stales.
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