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OTEW YOUR CITY,
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Where Advertising (.uu tracts can be mask,
Official Toxt as Reported by the
Adoled at Ht. I.oiili. Juno H. IH7U.
Wo, tho ilrhpaten or the lflinoratic
party of tin- I 'niu d State", in national t on
vclillon aKM iuhli il, lo hereby deelsro the
ndiuini!tr;itioil ol Hie tedernl ovornniriit
to he in urgent m ed of immediate reform;
do herehy enjoin upon the nominee. of thin
lolivenliou, liud ol the demoeratie party In
cseh State, a z.ealotH ellort and no-operation
to this end, aint do herehy appeal lo
our fellow-eilizeiis of everv former political
connection lo undertake with us Uih tirid
an I most presi-nii,' patiiotie duly.
THE t'MOX, TIIK CONSTITUTION, REI'l'BU
t k !i S K L K-t i O K K N M K X T .
I'or the democracy of the vvholu toiiiitry,
ue dohereliy reaJlii'm onrlaith iu the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
to the constitution of the I luted States,
with Its amei-dinenlH universally accepted
a.'thotiual nettleinent of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord oiir steadlaft cotdldence in the perpe
tuity of renublican ell-K0vernineiit.
1IIK KII19T CEXTIRV.
In absolute acquiescence in the will of
the majority the vital principle id repub
lics; iu the Mipremacy of the civil over Hie
military authority, in the total reparation ot
church and state, Inr the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; iu the equality ol
all citizens before just laws ol their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual eon
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of the rising generation.
that lOey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot c.banirelul history; but
while upholding the loinl ot our union and
great charter ot these Kreat rights, it be
hooves a tree people to practice also that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
RKKOHM COKHll'TION CENTRALISM.
lltform is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole people the union.
eleven years ajro happily rescued from the
dauber of a secession ot Mates but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, which,
after imlictin upon ten States the rapaciiy
of carpct-ba" tyrannies, has honey-combed
the othcea ot the federal government itselt
with incapacity, waste and fraud; inlected
States anil municipalities with the conta
gion of mi grille, and locked last the pros
perity of an industrious people in the pa
ralysis of hard times.
REVOUM OK THK Cl'UREJiC Y SPECIK
7V,.rm is necessity to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
Hie lallure lor all tnese eleven years to
make Kood the promise of the legal tender
notes, wnicn are a changing standard ot
value in the hands ot the People, and the
lion payment of winch is a disregard ot the
plighted laitn ol the nation.
Ve denounce the improvidence which in
eleven years of peace lias taken truui the
people, la federal taxes, thirteen times mc
whole amount of the leal tender Dotes,
and squandered loui times this sum in use
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor tneir redemption, u e denounce
the iinaucial imbecility and immorality ot
that party which, during eleven years ot
peace, Has made do advance toward rc-
Ueuipiiou; do preparation tor resumption,
but, instead, has obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting all
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as such a hindrance
we denounce the resumption clause of the
act of 17j, and we demand its repeal.
Wo demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by publio economies, by oihcial
retrenchment, and by the linauces, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
Whole world of its petlect ability audits
perlect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ises at tho call of the creditor entitled 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 curreucy, and at no
time alarming the public mind into a with
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which ') per cent, ot all our business trans
actions are. pcrlormed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general conhdeuce,
would, from the day ol its adoption, bring
healing oil its w ings to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
atts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its nutloual sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
'KKF0R.M Ol' THE TARIKK KUKK TRADE.
Jliform is necessary in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree lroui distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a masterpiece of injustice, in
equality aud false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished man v industries to sub.
sidis a few; it prohibits Imports that might
purchase the products of American labors;
it has degraded American soiiiinerce Irom
the lirt to an iuteriorjrauk upon the high
seat; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at home an J abroad, and de
pleted the returns cf American agriculture,
an industry followed by halt our people. It
costs the people live times more than it nm.
duces to tho treasury: obstructs the iroc. ,
ui rruuuciioii, aun w astes lue u nits ot l.
i i luuuiuun, nun wastes ine ii nils ol la
or; it proiimles fraud, fosters siuugllng,
Ut. dishonest olliciuls and bankrupts
Honest nielcliaiiW. We deiuamt that nit
taxation sh:dl be only lor
KEluRM-ECONOMY IN ITRI.IC tXIEN.sK.
y.V.r is necessary in the scale ol public
t-vpeuse federal, state and municipal.
Our ledera taxation has awollen from sixty
IMIIII..I1-. koiu, m ijmjo, to lour hundred aud
lllty millions currency, in l;o. ouraL'trre
gale taxation. Irom. one hundred and tilt y.
lour millions gold in lNtsO, to M ven hundred
and thirty millions currency in ls7o;or, in
one decade, from le than'llve dollars per
head to more than eighteen dollars per head.
riuce me peace iue people have paid to
their tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ol the national debt, and more Lhau
twice that sum lor the federal government
alone. We demand a inorou Irugabty in
every department, and Horn every oilfccr
oi tuu guuriiincnt.
HKH1KM IT HI.1C I.ANH8 lo ACTUAL SiKT-
T LB It s.
lirt.irti, is necessary to put a stop to the
I'luin-aic waste oi me public lauds and
their diversiou from actual scltlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
AHVXNj.oiiu acres upon railroads oloue. aud
au amount of more than thrice that aL'sre
gate has disposed of less than a sixth di
rectly lo the tillers of the soil.
RKFOttU-A!0-Tiri CITIZENS, REJECTS
j;. f,.r,H it necessary to correct the ommis
won of a republican congress and the error,
of our treaties and our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-citizens ol loieigu
birth and kindred race, recrosslug the At
Untie, ot the shield of American citizen.
Jhip, and have exposed our hrethero of the
1 acme const to the incursions of a race not
sprung Irom the same great parent stock
and. in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through naturalization, as being ueitber ae
eustouied to the traditions ol a progressive
civilization, nor exercised iu liberty uuder
equal law . Wr drnoiinc the pollcv which
thus discards the liberty-loving (lernian
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
in Mongolian women, Imported for Immora
purposes and Mongolian men held to per
form servile labor contracts.
THE FALHR KEC'TARIAH ISStIK THE FAIE
lirfurm Is necessary, and can never be ef
fected only by making it the controlling
insneof the elf etlons, and lilting It above
tho two false iwuen with which the ollice
holding rlasa and the party in power seek
to smother 1L ' , , . A.
First-the false ls,iie with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife iu respect
to the public schools, ot which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several Statea, and which the demo
cratic party has cherished from their loun
dation, and Is resolved to maintain, w ithout
any partiality or preference for anv class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any .
Second Tho false issue by which they
neck to light auew tho dying embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on ono Indivisible republic and a common
REKORM HIE CIVIL SERVICE.
Htf.-rin is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves Dial efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible it its civil service be subject to
change at everv eletion, be a prize fought
tor at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
parlv zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed lor proved competency and held lor
lidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing ot pairouago should neither be a
tax upon the lima of all our public nicu,
nor the instrument of (heir ambition; here,
again, prides ions lahined in the preform
aoce, a test that the party in power ran
work out no practical or satisfactory
RKKORM CORRUPTION VP UIlSH PUBLIC
h'rform is necessary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet othcers aud all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices are not a private perqui
sitethey aro a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late sneaker ol the house ol repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing otticer; three senators prohtin? secretly
liv their vote as law-makers; rive chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed In jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury torging bal
ances in publie accounts; a late attorney
trcnerai nusappronriaiing tin hue muds: a
secretary ol the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off the profits
of contractors with his department; an
embassador to England censured in a di
honorable speculation: the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic-
tion upou trial lor guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary ol
war impeached for high crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step iu reform must be the
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the disease of one political or
eanizatiiui infect the body politic; and lest
by making no change of inen or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
RF.FORM RKFORM RKKORM.
All these abuses, wrougs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years of the ascendancy
of the republican partv. 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 thousau
officeholders, iu leader and guides.
Utf-rm can only be had by a peaceful
civic revolution. We demand a change ot
administration, a change of party, that w e
may have a change of measures and ol men
BO All for $1.00.
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Music arranged
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at I cents each.
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THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Jlaving Purchased the Cuylete Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Framing apparatus of the late firm of liockuvll if- Ot., we are now prepared
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and (Unices,
and do all kind of uork in thit line.
if you have Chromos, bring them to vt Jor mounting and framing.
If you hare Fu tures of any kind bring them to us, and at a trifling ex.
pense we will make them ornaments for your rooms and dwellings.
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tend them in.
without printed headings, we can man-
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Physicians recommend, and Farriers declare
that 110 such remedies have aver before been la
use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors ol
these articles will present trial bottles to medical
men, gratia, as a guarantee of what they say.
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will cure Kucuiiiatisiu, Neuralgia, l.mn
bago. Sciatica, Cakfsl llreasts, Sore Monica,
Frosted Feet, ChilblailiH, flweHiuaa, Sprain,
aud any onlinary
n.asii, box a oa misi i.a ailmxst.
We make no tirrtense that this article will
cure cancer, rrwtore lost hones, ur t health to
a wnmay auaaeii carvasa, nut It will alHa)S re
duce inllawiuation aud allay pain.
It will extract the uoikou ol bites ami alinir.
aud heal burns or scalds wiihuct a s. I'alsy,
Weak Back, Caked Hreasts, Frache. Toottiactie,
Itch aud Cutaneous fcruuUoua readily yield lo
lieurv Itlack. of Ada. Hardin iXt., U., say :
1 Mi wile has had rheumatism for live years-
no rest, no sleep could scarcely Walk actus Uie
Boor. She is now Completely cured by the use
ul Centaur Liniment. Wc all feel thankful to
you, and recoiumeud your wonderful ntedlcuia
ail our irienua.--Jaiuc
Hurd. of Zaueavllle, Ohio, says: "The
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Alfred Tush, ot Newark, writes: "Senilis
one dozen bottles by express. lbs Liuiiueut
has saved fuv le. I want to distribute it. Ac
The sale ut linn i-iuiiiieul is lucrrasliiK rap.
The Yellow Centaur liniment
Is for the touh skin, flesh and muscles of
HoBsts, MLLtS SO ANIMALS.
We have never vet seea a case of Siiaviu
tweeny, Kiua--lloue. Wlud-Uall, Scratches, or
I'oll-F.vil, which Ui is Liliiiueut would not
iimlilv benellt. aud we never saw but a few
case which it would not cure. It WlLLlcsa
when any ttiiu can. It is folly to spena 11 lor
a Farrier, wbcu one dollar's worth of Ceutaur
Liuiiuent willdo better. T he following isa saiu-
ple of the testiuiouy protUKsi:
W. P. Hopkins, l'osliiuater, l'lqua, O ,says
"Ceutaur Liniment can't be beat. 11 cure,
YaiAIRTO. O.. March 2, ls74.
"TheCentaur Llnimeuts are the bestseltiug
medicine we have ever had. Tim demand I
verv a-reat lor it. anil wc cannot afford tu I
WiU,"U,U "P. H.IH.SEY4HOS."
JtirtasoM. Mo., Nov. lo, is;:).
"Some time a-o 1 was shipping horses to Ht
I Jill I 1 aul oue 1111 criio-u in 111c ,r
Willi .mi iliMrnlt 1 ifot Iniu to the stal
TIh- autile keeiier aave me a Isittle of your Cen
taur Liuuueul, which 1 UimsI with such success
that in twoilays tbe horse was active and nearl
well. I have barn a veieriuary sur.eou fo
thirty years, but your Kiuiineut bcat anything
I have ever use.1.
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For a iKioiaic i-1 '. a 111 o we aid mail a I entail
Almanac., eonuuninic bundrnls of orti Ilea Irs
from every Mtate iu Uie I nioo. T hese I. nil
Inents srv now sold by all deiers in tlie country
laiioratory ol .1. 11. Ksr, a. ui
i I'ST Mr. . NlW 1 OMK.
Cast or ia.
lr. Hanmel ritcher. of llyannis, Mass... e
perimented in his private firaclioe, lor tweuly
years, 10 proauce a cumninaiiou tusi woum navi
the propcrtiea of CAsTOK OIL without its un
uleasant taste and ariuiac effect.
ilia pn-ration was sent fur. near and far
till Anally he itav it the name of ( astoria, aat
put it up for ale. II is very wonderful in its
effects, particularly with the disordered stom
achs ana bowels ol children. It Assimilates
tub rooD, cures sour stomach and wind colic,
retrulatea the btiwels, Lxpels Wortas, and may
be relied upon in crnun.
As a pleasant, effective, and iierfectlv tafe
Cathartic remedy, It is superior to Castor Oil,
Cordials and byrups It dues not contain loo
hoi, and is alaptl to any aite.
Ky retrulatins; Uie stomach and bowels
cross and sickly children, they become aooil
natured and healthy. They can enjoy sleep, and
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