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THIS rATElt 19 OX FILE WITH
What Aavertlsing CvatracU eaa b mad
Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at HI. I.otii. June SIM. !?.
Wo, the dclrgiiteM of the democratic
party of tbe I'nited Statep, in national con
vention assembled, oo hereby decliro tbe
adiniui.stratloii of the federal governim-tit
to be in urgent need of immediate reform;
do herein enjoin upon the nominees of tins
convention, and ol tbe democratic party In
cm'U tatc, a zcaiuus enort anil no opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appenl to
our fellow-citizens of every former political
connection to undertake with us tliiilirst
an J most prcsting patriotic duty.
THK t'MON, THK CONKTITl'TIOM, KEI'L III.I
VAS b KLK-UO V K H.N.M E. T .
For tbe democracy of tbe whole country,
we do bcrchy rcaltirin our laitb in tbe per
manence of tbe federal union; our devotion
to tbe constitution of tbe United Suites,
with its ameLiliueuts universally accented
as tbe tinul settlement of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do bere re
cord our tedlst coiili ietiec in tbe perpc
tuity of republican sell-novel nment.
1UK KIRST CEXTt'R V.
In absolute acquiescence in the will of
tbe majority the vital principle ol repub
lics; in tbe NUpremaey of tbe civil over tbe
military authority, iu tjc total separation of
church and state, lor tbe sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom: iu the equality ot
all eitizeUM before just laws ot their own en
actment; iu tbe liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in tbe
faithful education of tbe rising (feneration.
that taey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions of human haoDiness.
and liope we behold the noblest products of
a minuted years ol cbni;elul Iutory; but
while upholding the bond ot our union and
treat charter ol these great rights, it be
hooves a free people to practice also that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
HKKOKM CORKITTION CENTRALISM.
Jltform is necesarv to build and establish
iuthe hearts ot tbe whole people tbe uuion,
eleven years ago happily rescued from the
danger of a secession ol fctutes but now to
be taved Iroma corrujit centralism, which,
alter mulcting upon ten Mates tbe ranaci'v
of cxrpet-bui; tyrannies, has boney-combed
the ottices ot tbe federal government itsell
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
siaie anu muuicipaiitit s with tbe cont i
gion of misrule, and locked la-t tbe pros
perity ol un indiiiitrious people in tbe pa
ralysis of bard times.
REFORM OK THK Cl'RRBNCV Si'ECIK
Ittf jrin is necessAi y to establish a found
currency, restore tbe public credit and
maintain tbe national honor. We denounce
tbe lailiire for ull these eleven vears to
make ifood tbe promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing staudard ol
vaiue in the nanus oi tue peotde. and the
lion payment of which is a disr.irard ot tbe
pIiL-bted laitb ol the nation.
Yt e denounce the imurovidence u h in
eleven years of peace has taken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen time the
whole amount of the Itgsl tender notes,
and squandered lout times this sum in use
let expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
tbe linaucial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, dunoif eleven vcar of
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
out, iiiieau, uas oosirucieu resumption bv
wanting our resources and exhausting ail
our surplus income, and while annually
prolefsing to intend a hpeedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh
hindrances thereto as eue'n a hindrance
we ucnounce the nsuuiptiou clause of tbe
act of 1;:, and we demand its repeal.
We demand judicious system of nre.
paration. by public economics, by elbcial
retrenchtntni, and by the linances, which
shall enable tbe nation soon to assure tbe
whole world of Its iietfect abilitv and iu
perlect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ise mo cuu oi iue creuuor enlilluu to
e believe such a svntein. well devise.l.
and, above all, entrusted ti competent
band for its execution, creat ng at no time
an aruuciai scarcny oi currency, and at no
time alarming tbe public mind into a with
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which W per cent, ol ull our husiuexs trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
the public aild lnsiiirilu; general eonli.lenre
would, from ihe day ol its adoption, briDg
healing on its wings to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion tbe wheels of com
merce, manufactures aud tbe mechanical
arts, rebtore employment to iabor, and re
new in all its national sources tbu i.n.-o. r.
ity ol the people.
.REFORM Or Till TAKI1 K ItEE TRADK.
itonn is uccesury In the sum and md
of federal iaxation, to the end that capital
may be set iree lrom distrust and labor
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tai ltl levied upon nearly rour thousand
articles us a inal ;r picuo of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
uwiimuug, uot a yearly rising revcuue. It
hs iinpoerishcd many industries to sub.
sidize a few; it prohibits imports that might
purchase the products of American Ubors;
u..uiSiouiu Aiutriwu eouimerce lrom
the lirst to an inlerior'rauk upon the high
seas; ii lias cui uown tue sales oi American
manufactures at home ani abroad, and de
plcted tbe returns of American agriculture,
an industry lollowed by hail our people. It
COSU the lieoble tivo times more tlmn it m.
duces to the treasury: obstructs the nroci sa
of production, and wastes the fruit ol la
bor; it promotes fraud, foster smuggling,
enriches dishonest cllicial and bankrupt
-...,. UU.1V.UIIIV.. iv oemann tnst .
customhouse taxation shall be. only lor
REKOUM-ECONOMY IN 11 BLIC EXIENbK.
litfonti 1 necessary in the scale of public
expense federal, Hate and municipal.
Our federal UkuiIah h.w uu...u... ,v u ....
millions gold, m lsoo, to lour hundred and
lllty mUlions currency, in 1870. Our aggre-
v.-....uu, ..v,m vue uuuurea ana uity
lour uuUions gold in lhOO, to seven hundred
and thirty uu.lion i-urrency in 1T0; or, iu
vuu ucisue, iroui less tuuu nve dollars per
"u vo iuoi iiiuu eiguieen uouar per head.
Mnce the peace the people have paid to
luru i-gaiuerer wore tusn thrice the
SUIU Ot till, nuliniml rluht nn.l tni.ra .1
twice that sum lor the lederal government
","""- " o ucuiauu a vigorous irugality in
every department, and lrom every olllcer
vi iu gocriuueiit.
RKKOKM-l l Itl.K I.ANDH IO ACIL'AL BET
ILBKM. H. frm necessary to iut a stop to tbe
profligate waste of tbe public lauds and
their uiriou from actual settlers by the
V.r.lfu twtr, which has squandered
Aiu.iwo.ooo acres upu railroads aloue. and
fu amount of more than tbri.e that aggre
gate has disposed of less thau a sixth di
rectly to the tillers of tbe soiU
HEsOKM AboCTBU CIIUEKa, MtJgclEli
Iufur,H i neces,ary to correct the ommis
iiou of a republican congress and the errors
of our treaties aud our diplomacy, which
have stripped our febow-ciuzen ol loreign
birth and kindred race, rewossing t'.s At
lantic, Ol the shield of Amertcau eit'zeu
ship, and have exposed our brethern of tbe
Facihc coast to the Incursion of a race not
sprung lrom the same great pareut stock,
and, in fact, now by law denied citizenship
through nsturabzaiioii, as belug neither ac
customed t the Uadltion ol a progressive
civilization, nor etrcied in liberty uuder
equal laws. We denounce the policy which
thus discard the liberty-loving Gertnsn
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trad
in Mongolian women, imported for iuiniora.
purposes, and Mongolian men held to per
forin sen-lie labor contracts.
Till FALSI MTTARIAH ISSl'K THE FALSE
inform Is neceixnry, and ean never be ef
fected only by making it tbe controlling
Issue ol the elections, and llftlnsr U abovs
tbe two fslse issues with wMch the o It ice
holding class and the party in power seek
to smother IL
First-the false isue with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect
to Ihe public schools, of which the establish
ment nnd support belongs exclusively to
the several Stales, nnd which the demo
cratic party has cherished lrom their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any class.
sect or creed, and without contributing
irora mo treasury fo any.
.Second The false irsue by which thev
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
RI OUM HIK CIVIL SKIlVtat.
li'i-rm is noccsiiry in the civil service;
experience proves that etlieient, economic
al conduct ot the governmental business ts
not possible il its civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, tie a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage sliou.d neither he a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor tbe instrument of their amMtton: here,
again, profes ions laMtied in the preform
anco, ii test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
R Kl'OKM COII Kt I'l'Ii IX OK IIIOH 1TBI.IC
liijorm is necessary even more in tbe
higher grades of tbe public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet otliccrs and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their ottices arc not a private perqui
site -they Hto 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
sentative marketing his rulings as a presid
ing orticer; three senators profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
ol representatives exposed in jobbery; a
lute secretary ol the treasury lorglng' bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public lunds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friend by percentages levied off the profits
of contractors with his department; au
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping comic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary ot
war impeached for high crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that tbe first step in relorm must be tbe
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the disease of one political or
ganization infect tbe body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures aud no real
R E FO R.M R V. FO It M R E FO H M .
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years"ot the ascendancv
of tbe republican parly, create a necessity
for relorm, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformers are voted down
In convention anil displaced from the
cabinet; the party's mas of honest voter
Is powerless to resist tbe eighty thousand
officeholders, its leaden and guides.
Rtform 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 of measures and ot men.
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Having J'urehast d the Cmiiph te Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
framing apparatus of the. late firm of Rockwell it1 Oj., we are noit prepared
to frame ull kinds of Pictures, Manufacture W!ndav Moulding and Grniee$,
and do all hinds of work in this line.
If you have Chromus, bring them Ut us jor mounting and framing.
If you have Pictures of any hind bring them to us, and at a trifling ex
pense ve will mahe them ornaments for your romns and dwellings. .
WrO Order addressed to E. A. JiCllXETT, will he promptly uttendid to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man and tho Young Man a Chance !
in the hct oj ttyk and at the hirctt
Tl. tltilelteM, Sinreol nnd Clicnpeal
Miysicians recommend, snd Farriers declare
that no such rciucdiet have ever before been in
use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors ol
these articles will present trial bottles to medical
men, gratis, as a iruarsntee of wluit they say.
illl. Ct.N 1 A L It LIMMF.NT, Whits Vt hap
rait, will cure Hlieiinistisiii, Neuralgia, l.uin
bugo. heislies, Inked Hrcssts, isore Nipples,
Frosted Feet. Chilblains, nweliiiiira. Mnrsina.
and any ordinary
M.t-ll, MoSk OH m I IH A1LMKST
We make no pretense that this article will
cure cancer, restore lost hones, or give health to
a w iiiskv soasei C4,rcnMS, nut It V, III always le
dure in if itiiiimtt ion and allny pain.
It will extract the poison ot bites and stlnirs.
and heal burns or scnhls h ithoi ta mi ah. 1'ulsy,
"e i: s, nimiin'asia, r.srHi lie , i ooinaetie.
Itch and . uluneous Lruptiuiis readily yield to
Henry liluek, of Ada, llnrdin ilo., O., says :
"My wile has had rheumatism for llvs years
no rest, no sleep could scarcely wulk across the
floor. She is now completely cured by tlie use
ol Centaur Liniment. We all feel tlisnklill to
you, and recommend your wonderful medicine
all our friends. "
.Isuies Kurd, of .anenville, Ohio, says: "The
( entaur Liniment cured my Neuralgia. "
Allied 'Tush, of . Newark, writes: "Send me
one dozen liottles by express. Ihe Liniment
bus sed my leg. I want to distribute it. Ac."
Ihe sale of this Liniment Is increasing rap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is for the toiiKh skin, flesh and muscles of
Holts!, Ml Lts AND ANIMALS.
We have never el seen a cac of Snaviu.
"we-ii5 , liiiiji-llone. Wind-tiall, (-cratches, or
i-oii-r.Mi, wnieti mis i.iniiiiriil woiiiu not
siseililv lienellt, and we neer saw but a tew
ces w hich it would not cure I rWil.LClME
wlien anythiiiK can. It is lolly to siiend tin for
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of ( entaur
Liniment will do Irt-tter. I he following is a sam
ple ot the testimony produced:
W. I'. Hopkins, I'oatmastcr, I'iqiia, O , say.
"i entaur l.iiiiliieut can l be Isat. it cum
every time. '
Yii.vr.ntoM. O.. March !, 1"T4
" I lie Ceiitniir Liniments are the 11 selling
medicine we have ever bad. 'I lis demand is
very great d.r it, and we cannot sOord to 1.
"P. II. HlFl A SON' "
.IiKIKasoN, Mo., Nov. I", 17:.
"Some tiuieauo I was flipping horses to St.
I.ouis i hoi one oa'iiy crippieti in me car
With f "lit d. 111. lllty I not him to the sUble
The stable keeper irave me a iMittle of your t en
taur Liniment, which I used with stun succe-s
that in twoilays the horse was active and nearly
well. I hive len a veterinary surgeon for
thirty Vers, but your Fiiiiini nl Ual-an) thing
I tiae ner li-el .
"A. .1. M't'AIM'Y Veterinary fiirsTi-on '
For a posiaKei . Bli p we wi l mad a enljur
Almanac, conlaining huudredi of eertilbjt,--from
eery suite iu Ihe I nion. Theie l.iiu
luents are now sold hy all deHiers iu the country
l.aloralory of .1. Ii. I(K At ,
I ay si . , Na w khs .
Oast or ia.
Ir Samuel I'iti her, of Ilraiinis. Mass.. e-
perunenied in his piivsua practice, for twenty
years, to produce a c. liibintlou tliat Woiibl Imve
tue properties or lavhik oil. without its un-pU-a-aut
tante and irnpiuK elli- t.
tits i,r'iM.ratioii was sent .r. tnr sil (mr
till filially he leave il , umir ut anhria, asj
put it up for s.le. it 4 very wonderful In its
effects, particularly wuh the dmorerei stom
al lis sua bowel 1. 1 children. It Ax-lull. A fa
the loon, cures sour Np.iuach and wind colic.
reariiiaies the Dowels, r.xpcls v ornts, aiel may
Is? relied upon in croup
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