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F. A. MILLER.
Gen' Tans. Afi't
We, llio delegates of llio democrat!
n.-irlv of t lit- toiled States, in national eon-
cut ion assembled, do hereby tlet'laru the
ii'liuiiiixtrnlioii of llio ledfrnl Knvcriiiuriit
to lie in iiru'tni nrcit of iininc(tinte reltirin;
do IioitIiv eiiiiiin upon the uoniiiifea of till
onvriitioi., ami tt the ili-niotratir pin ty in
Pk'Ii Male, u zrnioin ellorl and o-opcra
tmn to this cml, and do lieivby apprul to
our fellow-citieiis of every former political
i-onnoction to undertake wilu tin lliiiir
an most iircing patriotic tint y.
TIIK VXION, TIIK CONSTITUTION, ItKl'L'llM'
CAN tiKI.l -C.OVKKNMr..T.
For the deniocraey of tho whole country
, tin lii'lThV renittiill (mi jauu ill luc t'l
inunrm-ooi ilie tedcrai union; our devotion
i.i ilio ronstitution of tho I lilted htatcK
withit! iimeLdineuts universally neeepted
asthetinal settlrnient of tho controversies
that engendered civil war. and do here re
eord our Bteadla.-t cotitidenoc in the pcrpe
tuity of reouulican eelt-ovcrnuient.
1IIK 1IRST CEXTCRV.
In ab.-olute ae.iiuieseciH'O iu tho will of
the majority the vital principle ol repub
ia the sunreinaev of the civil over the
military authority, in t.ic total separation oi
church and state, lor the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in tho niualit,' ol
all citizens before just laws ot their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual con-
duel, unvexea by sumptuary laws; in uio
faithful education of thu rising generation,
that tncy may preserve, enjoy ami transmit
thei-c host condition oi iiuuian uappiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred vears ol cnan.eiui ni-iory; out
w hile unholdinir the bond ot our union and
great charter ol these great rights, it be
hooves a free people to practice also that
eternal vittilaiice which is the price of
REK0KM COIlUl TTION CENTRALISM.
lUform Is necessary to build and establish
in tho hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven years aao happily rescued lioiu the
danger ot a secession oi states uui now to
be taved lrom a corrupt, centralism, wiiijii,
after iutlicting upon ten States tho rapacity
of carpet-bag;" tyrannies, has honey.eoinbed
the offices ot tho federal eovernmeDt itsclt
with incapacity, waste and fraud: infected
(States and municipalities with tho conta
gion of misrule, and locked lat the pros-
j perity of an industrious people in the pa'
ralysis of hard times.
riiial fowi. W e deiiounee tne policy w men
thus discards the liberty-loving tlerman
Slid tolcralritlie revival oi uio rnom uon
in Mongolian women, imported for Immora
piirroscn, and .Mongolian men held to per
lorm si i vile labor contracts.
HI K KAI.SK KKCTAIllAW ISSVK TIIK KA1.KR
Inform nece.sary, ami can never b eT
, tcd onlv by making it tho controlling
Issue ol tho elections, and lilting II aimve
llio two Wise Issues with which tho oilier-
holding class and the pany in power pre
to smother It. .
First-the false is ue wnn which unj
i.i 1. 1, Lim In cprtiir an ptrile ID respect
to the public schools, ot which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several States, and which tho demo
cratic party has cherished lrom their Inun
dation, and Is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or pretereiice for any class,
nocl or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
Si-enml -Tho l.'dsn i-siie 1V which they
am-k lo lie-lit. niii-w thn living embers ol
sectional hate between kinureu peopie oner
unnaturally estranged, but now retiniieu
on one indivisible republic and a common
RRrmtM iiik civil. SKRVICB.
I,rn,i is iiecesMiry In tho civil service;
experience proves that rUieient, economic
al conduct ol the governmental iiumiic-. n
not possible it its civil service be subject to
change al every election, oe a prize mugm
lor at the ballot box, bo a brief reward of
partv zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
lidelity in tho public employ; that, tne dis
pensing ot patronage should neither be a
lax tinoii the time of all our public men,
nor the Instrument of their nmbitlnn; here,
again, profes ions l;thitled in the preform-
ance, a test mat tno party in power can
work out no practical or aatisfactory
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TIIK CCRUKNCV Sl'KCU:
J!i form Is necessal y to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit und
maintain the national houor. AVe denounce
tho lailure for nil these eleven years to
make good the promise of tho legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard ol
value in the hands ot the people, and tho
lion payment of ivhich is a disregard ol the
iili-'uted laitu oi tne nation.
W'e denounce the inini'ovulenee which in
eleven years of peace has taken from the
people, iu federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and siiuandered loin times this sum in use
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. W'e denounce
the tinaneial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, Utirimr elevtn years oi
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, has obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting an
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return tn
specia payment, has annually enacted fresh
til in indices tiiereio as micu a iiiuuiance
we denounce the resumption clause of the
act. of IST.'i, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system oi pre
paration, by public economies, liy oihciul
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its polled ability and its
pertect readiness to meet any ol its prom-
I -1 II ..I- .....!,. -.till...! r.
1KCS ttV LUC call Ul lllV lieuiioi uuwuvu IV
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted to competent
baud", for its execution, creating at no time
un artilieial scarcity ol currency, und at no
lime alarming the public mind into a with
dra-.val ol that vast machinery of credit by
which U.'i per cent, ol all our business trans
actions are perloriued; a svslem open to
the public and inspiring general coiilideuce,
would, from tin' day ol its adoption, bring
IichIhiit on its wings to all our harrassed in
dustrics, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new iu all its ualioiial sources the prosper
ity ol the people.
1CKK0KM OB THE TARII K KltBK TRADE.
Jii furm is necessary iu the sum and mode
of ledcr. l taxation, to the end that capital
may be set free lrom distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tann levied upon nearly tour thousand
articles as a mast it pu ce vi injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidise a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchase the products of American Ubors;
it has degraded American uouimerce lrom
the first to an lulcrior'rauk upon the high
seat; it has cut down the suics of American
manufacture at home an J abroad, ami de
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by hall our "people. It
costs the people five times more than it pro
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, ami wastes the ti nils ot la
bor; it promote fraud, fosters smuggling,
eiuvbcs dishonest oiheials ami bankrupt
honest merchant. We demand that all
vuVou liouse taxation shall be ouly lor
U El-OKM ECONOMY IN 11B1.1C EXt'ENsE.
L't ftirm is necessary In the scale ol public
Mh use federal. Mate and municipal.
Our lederal taxation bus swollen from sixty
millions gold, in lsuo, to lour hundred and
lllty millions currency, in lsTu. uuragirre
galu taxation, lrom one hundred and tilty-
lour millions goia tn isw, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currency in 170; or. in
one decade, trom less man live dollars per
head to more than clguieeu douars per head
Muce the peace the people nave paid to
their tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor the federal government
alone, vv e demand a vigorous Irugality in
every department, and lrom every o nicer
oi tue government.
KEKOllM 1THLIC LANDS To ACTUAL (SET-
1 LB lis,
Ii'fiiint Is necessarv to tint a ston to the
prolllute waste of the public lands aud
their diversion from actual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
2oo,ooO,liO acres upon railroads alone, and
an amount ot mote thau thrice, taut aggre
gate, nas dispone, i oi less than sum ill
lectly to the tillers of the soil.
REFORM ADOI'TED CITIZENS, lltJICIKD
J.'ffunn ii necessary to correct the oinmi
sion of a republican congress and the errors
of our trestles and our diplomacy, which
nave sinppeu our leliow-cltlen ol toretgt
birth aud kindred race, recroo.iug the At
laoUe, ol the shield of Auicrlc.au citizen.
ship, and have exnosed our brethem of tin.
i'acilio coast to the incursions of a race not
sprung lrom the same great parent atoek
ami, in fact, now by Uw deuied citizenship
through naturalization, as being neither ac-
viisiomeu, in toe traditions ol a progressive
civilization, uor exercised hi liberty under
RKFOltM COIint I'TION OF HKill I't III.IC
h'efimn Is necessary even more in the
higher trrades of the 'public service. The
tifcsideiit. vice president, judges, senators
representatives ami cabinet ollicers and all
others tn authority are tlie people 8 serv
ants; their olliees arc. not a private ptniut
pite thev are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the dis'Taco and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ot the house ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid-
ine olliecr; three senators prolitlng secrolly
bv their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed in joooery; a
late secretary ot the treasury forging hal-
iincps in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public lunds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
mends by percentages levieu on tne proms
ol contractors wun ins ucpaniiieiii; an
embassador to England censured in a ilis
honorablo speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary ol
war impeached for high crimes and misde
meanors, tho demonstration is complete
that the first step in retorm mitft oe tne
people's choice of holiest men lrom another
nartv. lest the disease of one political or-
tranizatiou infect tho body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
KF.IOUM RF.FOltM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ot the ascendancy
of the republican parly, create a necessity I
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformers are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet: the nartv's mass of honest voters
is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leader and guides.
Hrf'jrm can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution, we demand a change oi
administration, a change ol" party, that we
may have a change of measures and ot men.
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LETT Eli HEADS,
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SMALL HAND HILLS,
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use. Words are eliiup, hut the proprietors ol
Ihe.-e articles Will present trial hollies to medical
men, k-nilit, as a xiiurHiitee of what they snv.
T 11 h Ch.N I A I tl 1.1 M M KXT, W III I K W MAI
l-tit, vtill cure Itheuiiiatlsiii, Neitraliria, l.tiin
iinifo. Sciatica. Cnkeil I'nasts, More Nipiilis,
rrosteil reil, iiuiuait.s, .-sweiiiiius, r i i :i u i .
und uny opiiniiry
n.Ksn. llu.SK on mi m i. it AII.VIKT.
We itiitki! no nreteiiho thai this article will
cure cancer, re-tore lont mines, or (live iieuitu to
a whi.-ky soukeil carcass, hut It will always re
Mil," lnllaitiiiiiilioii iimtaliuy pain.
II will i-xtraet tlie poison ol liites ami fiidk-1,
and heal burns or i-4ild wi nim r A i-n. I'al-y,
Weak Hack, I like-1 linnsln, Kaiiw he. I oothaehe,
Itch aiel 1 uhincotia I. millions readily yield to
its treat iiii-nt.
Henry lihu k, of A-la, llanltn Co., i.,oys :
My wile lias na'l riieumuiisiii lor im jram-
no rest, no Bleep could siMin-ely warn across me
llii ir. She is now completely ciireii oy tin-use
ol Centaur Liniment. 't all feel thaiikltil to
you, and reeominciiil your woU'uriui ineuieuie
.luiiies lltird. of Zaneville, Ohio, says: "The
i ,r l.iniiiietit euii'd II I V .VrurnlKiu." 1
Alliwl Tusli, ol ewaiK. write: - .-enoiHe
ilnzen Hollies n eoin. i-,inin, ,,,
lias savil my leg. I want IK ilisirtoute it, ,-,.'
I he fcale ol tins i.tnimeni is inereusina; nip
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is lor the touah skin, Ih-eh und muscles of
llull-ln. Ml I t s AU iJHAU.
We have ueer vet seen a ease of Stiaviii,
Sweeny, llniK-liolie. w Ina-iitui, pcmicnep, or
..it-Kin. wiiien una j.;uiiueub iihumi h-m
.hIi1v lu-nellt. und we never saw out a lew
cast- which it would not cure. lrWit.LCt iia
u-heii aiivthinir can. It is lolly lo Mienm i i,,r
a l-urrter. w nen one uonar-s nuiun-i ... inaui
iniment wi Ido lieth-r. I lie loiiowing nasitiu-
nle of the testimony tiruilui-rd;
... .. u, l'l.., II bi.ftf.
... iifii, Kin-,, i.iaiiii.r,... .,',
'Centaur Liniment can'l lie U-ut. It curt-,
Ul'A, V till,..'
1 ET.YKKTU.. . Y ., 11 , . , - .
The Centaur Liniliieul are the lt sellinn
medicines we have ever bud. I he ocmann is
very great lor it, und we raiinoi auui-i 10 nc
"Ir. it. til-r.i
.Ii tULit-o.s. Mo., Nov. lo.l-T.I
"Some tiiiieavol was shiipili( hoi se-, to St.
Louis. I got one hadly cripplen in tii eiir
With a-real ihlhcttliy I got nun m '""
Th. aiHlilr k,-ei,cr irave me a holtle or your tn-
taur l.lniineni, winen mni .u....
lhl iu twmlavs the horse wum active and nearly
H-.-II. 1 have Ist-n a veterinary i'r
ihiny years, but vour t iniment Ixals anything
1 have ever u-ed.
A.. I. M'l t 11 v rtrrinarv .-nrireon
For a oostiiite,' an,i we wi l mail aient.nir
Almanac, i-oiitulnintc hundreds ol certiiliyiic,
from every MMte in Hie I nun. ir- i-un-meiits
an- mow sohl by all dea er in tl. country,
Luhnratory i .1. it. i;-r, u'.i.
i-, ltv sr., NfcW ol!K.
PATENT TODD STOVE,
TITS FOOT BEST OH BOTS SUBS.
MICA WIHDOWfa, BWWM HEABTH,
Ann iiina ikh.
Tio r.-.tj :c r coutnrtsl that It U kItm tht putrt
nl'i'.lci nrftct of At; rten aula
JTue and itpe on thf bark. A'o mors Rlret
in If of Collar or iClbovt on Bhett Iron,
WARRANTED TO DRAW.'
W.M. HKSOll & CO., Cincinnati Ohio.
Manufacturers of all Kinds of Stoves fo
OooklnK and Heatintr Purposes.
lfPcna for I alaloiriie. K-'MlAw-lt-cw-lv.
cuu i oie
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Down w here the Violets tirow.
When Old Jrckson had his Day
The tirund old Farm
Tlie College Quickte)i
There'a Letter in the Candle...
Io vou Really Think he Did?
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Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of llyannis. Mass.., rt
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venrs. to unnltice a yrnhinatioii thai would huve
the prop rttesol CA- lOU OIL withoul its un-i.ii-.uui
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effects, particularly wi'h the disordered sloin
lu hs una bowels ol children, it As-imila ii.s
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