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Wp. tim ilidfirateH of tbe ilemotratlc
party ot the l iiiied Stto. in national ion
v.. mi, ,n aMnitilMl. do hertdiy lelre the
admiui.-'tr.tttoii of the federal Kovetnnn'iit
tn ia in urirrht Deed of immediate reiorm;
lo lieri'hy enjoin upon the nouiliii-e of thin
eoiivenliou, and ol the denioi-ratit: parly Iu
eirli Mate, a r:iluni ellort and o otu.r
tmii to this rnd. and do hereby appeal to
our fellowi'ili.ens of very former political
connection to undertake with us tbiitirttt
an I most prescin;; patriotic duty.
THE I'XION, T11K COXSTITL'TIOH. RtPt llLt
I AN MtI.KHiOKKSMKr.
Vnr I lie .lemocraev of tbe w hole country,
we do beretiy reallirm our Uitn fo the pel-
manence of the'edrral union; our devotion
10 tuC lOlllllllllwl U I tuc m.ru itr,
with it ameLdiiients universally accepted
a the tinal oettlement of the controversies
that eiiircndered civil war, and do here re-
coi il our steadla?t coDtideuce in the perjie
tultr ol remibiican aeit-KOverumeut.
TICK FIRST CEXTfRV.
In absolute aeuuiescence in the will of
the maiority the vital principle ot repub
lic: in the iur.reuicv of the civil over the
military authority, in tbe total separation of
church and state, lor tbe sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equality ol
all citizens before just laws ol their own eu-
acUnent; in the liberty or individual con
duct, unvesed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of the rising generation,
that tbev may preserve, eojoy and trausmit
these bei-t condition of human happiness.
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot changeful hi'tory; but
while iioboldini; tbe bond ot our union and
great charter ol these great rights, U be
hooves a free people to practice also that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
REFORM CORRUPTION C1NTRALISM.
Kefvrm is necessary to build and establish
in the heart ot the whole people the union,
eleven vears airo happily rescued from the
danuerot" a secession ol states but now to
be raved from a corrupt centralism, which,
after inflicting upon teu States the rapaci'y
of taruet-ba tvrannies, has honey-combed
tbe ollicus ot tbe federal government itsell
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
States and uiuiiIcipalitUs with the contu
L'ton of misrule, aud locked tat the pros
perity of an industrious people in the pa
ralysis oi nam nines.
THK Cl'RRESCY SPECIE
litform is necessai y to establish a sound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain tbe national honor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven year to
make irood the promise of Uie legal tender
notes, which are a changing feUudard ot
value in the bauds ot the people, and the
nun payment of which is a disregard ol the
plighted faith of the nation.
We ilenounca the Improvidence which In
eleven years of peace Las taken from the
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puupte, ill mtniM ui.g n . wiiiiiw. uuki mo
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and sauaudered foul times this sum in use'
less expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. c denounce
the tinancial imbecility and immorality of
that party which, (luring eleven years ot
peace, hag made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
but. instead, has obstructed resumption by
wasting our resources and exhausting all
our surplus income, ana wuiie 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 1375, and w e demand its repeal.
W ilemand a judicious svstem of ore
naration. by public economies, by omclal
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable tbe nation soon to assure the
whole world of Its peifect ability and iu
perfect readiness to meet any ot its prom-
es at the call or me creditor enuuea to
v e peueve sucu a system, weu aeviseo.
and, above all, entrusted to competent
hands for iu execution, creating at no time
an artibclai scarcity ol currency, ana at no
time alarming tbe public mind into a with,
draws! ot that vast machinery of credit by
which 'J'j per cent, ot all our business trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general confidence,
would, from tbe day of its adoption, bring
bealin on IU wings to all our ftarrassea in
dustries, set in motion the w heels of com
merce, manufactures ana me iuecuamcsi
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
rut FORM OF TUB TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Reform is necessary In the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree Iroiu distrust and tabor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a master piece of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
hts impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibits import that might
mrcbase the products or Americau labors;
I has degraded Auiericau sommeree Iroiu
the first to an iiilerior'ranW upon the high
seas; it has cut down the sales or American
manufactures at home anl 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 me treasury; obstructs the process
of production, aud wastes the fruits ol la
bor; it promote fraud, foster smuggling,
enriches dishonest oniciais aud bankrupts
honest luerciianu. We iemand that all
custom bouse taxation ahaU tw only tor
REFORM ECONOMY IN PUBLIC KXI'EN.SE
litfurm is necessary in the scale of public
expense federal, Male ana municipal
Our federal taxation has swollen from sixty
millions gold, iu 1410, to lour hundred and
tllty millions currency, in IsTO. Ouraggre
if ate taxation, troui one hundred and hltv
tour millions gold ID lttOO, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currcm y io 170; or, tu
one decade, iroiu less tuau nve dollars per
bead to more than eighteen dollar per head
Muce the peace the people have paid to
their Ux-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ot the national debt, aud more lhau
twice that sum lor the federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, aud Iroiu every oinct r
oi tue government.
RBFOKM-Pl'hLIC LANDS To ACTUAL NET
V.V form is necessary to nut a stoo to the
profligate waste of the public lauds aud
their diversion from actual settlers by the
party in power, which has squandered
2oo,oo0,uon acres upon railroads alone, and
an sinouut or more than tbrtce that aggre
gate, uaa aisposea oi less man a sixth di
rectiy to the tillers of the soil.
REFORM ADOPTED CITIZENS, REJECTED
Jlrfortn is necessary to correct ths oiumls
siou of a republican cougressaud tbe errors
of our treaties and our diolomacv. which
have stripped our fellow-citizens oi foreign
nirtu and kindred race, recrossing the At
iuoUc, ot the shield of Americau citizen
ship, and have exposed our brelhern of the
Pacihc coast to ths Incursions of a race not
sprung Iroiu the same irreat parent stock
and, in fact, now by law denied cilizeuahiti
through nslurab.auou, a being neither ac
customed to me tradiiiou ol a progress! te
civilization, nor exercised In liberty uuder
equal law. We denonnce the pottrv w bleu
thus discards the liberty-loving German
and tolerates the revival or the cooite trade
in Mongolian women, Imported for Imniora
purposes, and Mongolian men held to per-
rorm servue tsoor cumiucm.
THE FALSE SBCTARIAW 1891'K THE FALSE
Jef,irm Is necessary, and can never lie rt-
fneted only by making tt the controlling
issue ot the elections. Hnd lilting it above
the two false Issues w ith waicn ino onice
holding clsss and the party In power seek
to smother it.
First-the false tsnie wttn wuicn mcy
,. ..i.i ,..kim Hm sectsrliin striie in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support uciongs rxcnmiii; w
thf several States, ana wnicii tue aenio-
..mi h iiurt v has cherished from their foun
dation, and Is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any class,
sect or creed, and without contiibttllng
from the trpnsurv to an v.
Second The false lsiie hr which they
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 1 HE CIVIL SERVICE.
AVVwi is necessary in the civil service;
pvnerieiice proves that etlicient, economic
al conduct ol me governmental uusiness is
not possible if its civil service be subject to
change at every ciemon, ie a prize lougiu
lor at tbe ballot nox.be a tirict reward o
nartv zeal, instead ol posts or honor, as
sitrtied for proved competency and held for
fidelity in tbe public employ; that the dis
nensing of patronage should neither be
tax upon tbe time of all our public men,
nor tbe ins;rutueni or tneir ambition; uere,
again, profes ions talMbed in the preform-
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
re I or in.
RF.FORM CORRUPTION OF HKill I t BI.IC
Kffonii Is necessary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president. Vice president, judges, senators,
representatives aud cabinet officer and all
others iu authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices arc not a private.perqui-
site -tbev are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure or a vice presi'
dent; a late speaker ol the house ol repre
sentatives marketing bis rulinss as a presid
Ing officer; three senator profiting secretly
bv their vote as law-maker; five chairmen
of tbe leading committees of tbe late houe
of representatives exposed in jobbery; i
late secretary ol the treasury lorging nai
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general iiiisaonroDriatitur public hinds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enricbiug
friends by percentages levied on tne prouis
or contractors w ith his uepanmeni: au
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; tbe president'
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
trauds 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 houest men from another
party, lest tne disease oi one political or
eanization infect the body politic; and les
by making no change of men or parlies we
can get no change of measures and no real
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RFFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wronzs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years' ot the ascendancy
of the republican parly, create a necessity
for reform, confessed bv republican mem'
selves, but their retormers are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet: tbe nartv' mass of honest voters
I powerles to resist the eighty thousand
officeholder, its leader and amides.
lit form can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change or measures and oi men
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Physicians recommend, ind Parrlers declare
that liosucn remedies navevrr neiore uerii in
ii Wonts are rheati. but the ttronrietnrs ol
these articles will present trial bottles to medical
men, irrslis, as a guarantee in wimi mey say.
'I I1K I IN I At It I.INIMF.M, Wun V a All-Eli,
will cure ItheuinatiMii, NeliralKi. Lnm
baKO. Sciatica, Caked Hn-asts, Son; Nipidiit,
Frusteil Feet, l.'hillilaii.s, SjwellliigM, Hprnlns,
aud any ordinary
KI.ESII, HONS OR MI'SCI.E Alt.HEST
We mske no irctenie that this article will
cure cancer, restore lost hones, or give health to
a whisky soaked rarcass, hut it will always re
duce iiinaliimatiou and allay piu.
It will extract the imuhhii ol bites and stings,
and heal burns or scalds wiuioit a scan. Palsy,
Wesk UiU'k.t aked HreasU. Paiwhe. THitha-he,
lu.b and ulaueous F.ruplioiis readily yield to
Ileurv Hla k. of Ada. Ilantin l'., O .suys
"My wile has ha-1 rheumatism for Avyeur
no rest, no sleeu could m-anvly Walk across the
door. Hhe is now conn, l My cunsl tir the use
ot Celitttiir Liniment. He all Uti thniiktul to
you. and recoiiuuend your woiiilrrlul inediciue
s all our friends."
.lames Hunt, of anesvllle, Ohio, says: ",1 lie
l .i.i.ur l.iniiiient cured mv Neuralicia."
a Hint Tush, of Newark, writes: "Send me
one dozen bottles by eapress. I he Liniment
i,. Hated mv lev. I want to distribute It, Ac.
I he sale ot this Liiiiment is increasiuK rap
i The Yellow Centaur Liniment.
THE PRINTING OFFICE
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(he "Built tin' Office is not in uuy of the citits of the Mi!lppi Valley t out-
sucf of .v. imui. it u entitled to ami ttounl receive tne import of the citt-
zeu$ of Cain ami till the country contiguoitt thereto.
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ufacture them fur you.
If you have Ruling to be dmie, to ran do it in the bet ttyle on the
The Bindtry in in charge of -Mr. AMBROSE W. PVATT, a fint-rate
workman, u hotte devotion to hit butinem and the promptnett u ith which he
turm out the but of work, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo ha in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles of
HoHMIS. HI LSS ANU ANIMALS.
W have never yet seen a case of Spavin,
sweeny, lliug-ltoiie, Wind-Gall, Scratches, or
I'oll-F.vil. which this Liniment would not !
aneedily lienellt, aud we never saw but lew-
cane which it would not cure. It n ill i xe
when anythiiiK can. It Is lolly to spend s lor
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of Centaur
Liuiment willdo better. 'I be following isaeam-
i,lv of the testiruouv uroduced:
W. I. Hopkins, l'ostiussrer, Piqus, O , says
Centaur Liuiment cau't be beat. It cure
every time." ,
1 tLVIKIOS. l. . man " -, '
"The Centaur Liniments are the best selling
nili-in w hva ever bad. 'Ill dcuiaud IS
very great lor it, ami we canuol eUord to lie
,,UOU,,l .. H. 1 1 1 S K Y A SON
.tmriulis. Mo.. Nov. I", IsT.t.
Siiii. timi-airol as shilibtug horses to St.
I ...... I a., l ,,- liaillT rn imled In the car.
u. ..k wwr.t .iiilii'iil It I mil him to the stable.
Tu...i,i.l,rrmriw bottle of your l en
tail r Liuiineut. Which I used with such success
ii. ,. I., lao.lavs the horse was active ami nearly
well. 1 have lieen a veterinary surgeon lor
thirty years, hut your I iullucul beats any Uung
I hate ever ui.
a .1 M 'i A It IV Veterinary Suigi-on
For a Hostage i a nil We wni mad a l eiitaiir
A hi, auar. containing hundred ol cert idea Irs,
r...n. .vtrv Silale in the I limn. These I. nil
meiitsarv now sold by all de.ners iu the country.
llMiratory ol J. n. nr. a
4i. 1ev sr. , Nw okk.
Iir. Samuel PihhtY. of Ilvaiinla. Ma-, et-
i..riniraiHl in his tirivaL nracb. for twenty
years, to produce a combination hal would have
the uropartie of CAM OK oil wiliiout It un-
pleasant taste and griping eflect.
Ills prvparaiion was kui i"r. uri, ,
till Dually be gave it the nam of Caatoria, aaJ
nut it uu rors.le. it is very wonueriiu in iu
effects, jiartlcularly with the disordered atom
ai'lia and bowel ol children. It AsslMlLAIKS
tub Soon, cure sour stomacn ami wiuu riuio,
regulate tbe bowels, Lapels Won, aud may
la. n.luwt lirma in cnius.
As a uleaaant. edertive. and ia.rfeclly safe
Cathartic remedy, it is uperior lo Csur Jul,
Cordials ana tyrui. it doe not contain alco
hol, ami is adaiilwl to any age.
Hy regulating the stoiiuu-h and bowels oi
cross and sickly children, they become good
uainrl and health v. Thev caa eniov sleep, and
moihers haye rest The t ustori is put up at the
1 .a Moratory ot J . B. Rose A Co . , oi7 aiieei,
New ork. iiuu-i--i
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large nay. in your owa localities, without being
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every town and county t ie suuscriner lor
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In deuil. Lverybodv wanU it. Tb whole
people I'eel a great interest in their Country'
Coutennial llirthiy, aud want to kaow all
about it. An eiegant patriotic crayon drawing
premium picture is presented tree to acn suit
svrlber. It is entitled, "la reiiwuiuerance or th
Out Hundredth Anniversary of the Independ
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ches. Any one can become a sticcessiui agent,
for but show the puier aud picture and hun
dreds of subscribers arc easily obuined every
where. There is no business thai will ty liae
thi at preseut. We have many agent who are
making as high as .'' per day and upwards.
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