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Wo. the delegate of the Oomoi ratio
party of the I ultett state, in national con
vention assembled, do hereby declare tbe
administration or the tederai government
to be in urgent need of immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees oi mis
convention, and oi the democratic puny in
cu li Mate, a reaiou. cnort ana co opera
tion to thi end, and do hereby appeal to
our fellow-cili.en. of every former political
connection to undertake with u thii hrst
an 1 tnort pressing patriotic duty.
TUB t'NMX, THK COXMTTCTIO!, Kil l BU-
For the democracy of the whole country.
we do here ny re a I ti nil our faith ia tbe per
manence of tbe federal union; our devotion
tU lUC eOIIlllUCl UU Ul lUO V UlUU - L H- r.
with it ameLdiueiit. universally accepted
a the final sett'einent of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do be re re
cord our steadlaM confidence in the perpc
tuitv of reoubiicao sclt-asovcrnuient.
THK FIRST CKNTCRY.
In absolute acuuleseenee In the will of
the majority the vital principle ol repub
lic: in the surremsev of the civil over tue
military authority, in I Je total separation of
churcn ana state, ior me suae i cn u
and reliciniK freedom: in the ejtialitr of
all citizen befcre ju?.t law of their own en
actment; in the liberty or lnuivmim con
duct, uuvexed by (sumptuary law: in the
faithful education ot tb rising generation,
that taey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these bet condition of humao cappinesa.
and hope we heboid the noble! products of
a hundred year oi cnaneiui ui-iory; out
while uoboldmz tbe bond ol our union and
great charter ot thee great riht. it be
hoove a free people to practice alo that
eternal vigilance wnicu i lue pnee oi
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RKFOB.M CORKiniOX CINTllUSM.
Rtfm Is necessary to build and etabiist
in the hearts ot the whole peorle the union
eleven year aso happily recued from the
daneerol aeceioo oi ouiea duidowh
be saved from a corrupt centraiim, which
after intlictine upon ten Sutes the rapaci'3
of cartiet-bair tvrn!iies. has hooey-combed
the ortee of t'je federal eorernmeat iu-elt
with incapacity, waste and fraud: infected
States and munictpilitit with the conta
cion of misru'e, and I nked fat the pros
perity of an mdu-irious people in the pa
ralysis of bard times.
THE CrRRIXCY SI'ECIK
E'form U nccesAi y to establish a found
currency, restore tut public credit ana
maintain the national honor, u e aenounee
the failure (or all the eleven year to
make pood the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing sundard of
vaiu in tbe Land ot the people, and tbe
non payment of which is adi-rt:rd ot the
DUulitcd laitu ot me nation.
Vie denounce tue liunroviuenee wuicti in
tlcveu years of pace Ua taken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and iMiiaudered fuui time thi sum in use
lee expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. We denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, curing eleven year, of
peace, ha made so advance toward re
demption; no preparation for retumptiou,
but, instead, has ob-uujtcd resumption by
waiting our resources and exhauting all
our surplus income, and while annually
professing to intend a speedy return to
specie payment, ha annually enacted fretb
hindrance thereto a fcucn a hindrance
we denounce the rt sumption clause of the
act of 17,"), and we demand it repeal.
We demand a judicious fysteiu of pre
naration. by public economies, by official
retrenchment, and by the finance, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of it petfect ability and its
perlect readiness to meet any ot it prom
ise, at tue can oi iuc ereuuor euuimu 10
We believe such a system, well devised
and, above all, entrusted to competent
nana ror its execution, creat nz at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
time alarming tno public mind into a with'
drawal of that vast machinery of credit by
which u.i per cent, oi an our buunesi trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and inspiring general confidence,
would, rrom the day ot its adoption, bring
healing on Its win" to all our harras.ed in
d us tries, act in motion the wheels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all it national sources tho prosper
ity ot me people.
RF.FOBM Of TUB TARIFF FKBK TRADE,
S,form is necessary in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree from distrust and labar
lightly burdened. W e denounce the tres
cut tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a masterpiece of injustice, in
equality and false pretense, it yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished many industries to tub-
sidizs a few; H prohibits imports that might
purchase the product of American Ubors;
it has degraded American eoinuicrce irom
the first to an interior rank upon the hiirU
seas; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at home an J abroad, and tic
pleted tbe returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by halt our people, it
cost tbe people fire times more than it tiro.
uuecs io uie treasury; obstructs me process
ui isrouucuon. anu waste tna innta nt i.
tior: it promote lr.U'1, (outers fcmui:i:ltDir.
ciiru:ue (ituonesi viiiciai aim oanaruiil.
nonesi mercnam. we cieraami that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
RatOHM-ECONOMY IS ICBLIC KXI'KXbE.
Jitfuna Is neces,ary in the scale of nubile
expense leueral. Mate and uiunii-inid.
Our federal taxation ha swollen from sixty
minions Kuiu, iu iwu, so lour uunaruu and i
Ally mlJUoo currency, ia 170. Ouraggre
ele taxation, irom onu iiumlred anil iiliv.
(our million gold in ltttiO, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currency ia Kit; or, iu
one uecaae, irom less than five dollars per
ueau io more tuan eigoteen uouar per bead.
nine ine eace the people have paid to
meir sax-gamerera more than thrice the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor the federal government
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, and from every nicer
ui iu. u eminent.
and, in fact, now bt law denied eltlnhlp
through naturalisation, a being neither at
customed to tbe traditions ot a progreMtTe
civilization, nor exercised in liberty nnder
equal laws. We denounce the policy which
thus discard the liberty-loving German
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
In Mongolian women, imported for immora.
purposes, and Mongolia men held to per
form servile labor contracts.
THI FALSE SECTARIAN I8MTE -THE FAI.HE
AV.win I neeeary, and can never lie in
fected only by making it the controlling
issue ol the eletlon, anil lifting It above
the two false leue with which tho office
holding cla and the party in power seek
to smother it.
First-the false isue with which they
would enkindle sectarian strife in respect
to the public school, ot which the establish
ment nnd support belong excluiely to
the several State, and which tho demo
eratle nartT has cherished from their foun
dation, and i resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any clas,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
.second The false iue by which they
seek to llsrht anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturallv estranged, but now reunited
on one indivisible republic and a common
REFORM THE CIVIL SERVICE.
R. f-'i m is necessary in the civil service;
experience tirove. that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business Is
not possible it its civil service be stibject to
rhnnire nt cverv election, oe a itiic ioukiu
tor at tne Hanoi iox, re a uriei rewara oi
nartv zeal, instead of posts of honor,
slirned for proved competency and held tor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither be a
tax upon the time ot an our puDiic men,
nor tbe instrument ortneir munition; nerc,
again, professions fal-itied in the preform
ance, test that tho party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
RF.FORM COURVlTtOX OF HHiH FCBI.IC
Kttnn 1 necessary even more in the
hich'er grade of tbe public service. Tbe
president, vice president, judge, senator,
representative and cabinet officer and all
other in authority are the people's serv
ants; their office are not a private perijut-sito--thev
are a public trust.
When "the annal of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent: a lat speaker ot the house ot repre
sentatives marketing bis ruling a a preid
ing officer; three senators profiting secretly
bv their Tote a law-makers; live chairmen
of tbe lead in? committees of the late house
ot representative exposed tn jobbery: a
late secretary ot tbe treasury forging bal
ances ia public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public fund: a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by perrentare levied off the profit
of contractors wi.h his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculatoa: the presidenfs
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
fraud upon tbe revenue; a secretary of
war Impeached for high eaime and misde
meanor, the demonstratioa Is complete
that the firet s'ep in reform saust be the
people's choice of honest men trom another
party, lest the dieae of ae political or
ranixatioa infect the body politic: and lest
by making no chanse of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and no real
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RIFORM REFORM RETORW.
All these abase, wrong and crimes, the
product of sixteen years"bf the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformer, are voted down
in convention and displayed from the
cabinet: the party's mass of hone-t voter
i powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leader and guide.
Rtform can only be bad by a peaceful,
civic revolution. Ye demand a change ol
administration, a change of party, that we
mar have a ehinsreof meatire and ot mr-n.
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
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tor the 1'iano Forte will be sent by mall on re
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Happier days Instrumentai-...Tom Itrown
Wby ran I not Forget. .............. ....... Clarible
Far O'er the w iim.. JiTiaui
Hufh Life Walu Strauss
Is,wn wh're the Vio.Ks Grow... WesWrne
When Oid Jrckon hl Lis Ilsy Westerne
Tbe Grind Old Farm Rul.le
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that no such remedie have ever before been in
use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors ot
these article Will present trial bottles to medical
men, gratis, as a sniarantee nf what thuy say.
THK CENTAL It LINIMENT, Wiiitk W rap
ran, will cure Hheuniatieiii, Neuralgia, l.uiii
Iko. tsriatlcn, Cnkel Hreusts, fore Nitndes,
Fronted Feet, Chilbluiu, wellinK, (sprains,
and any onliniiry
H.H, HONE OR MI'sli.B All.MKST
We make no pretense that thi article will
cure cancer, restore lost bones, or give health to
a whisky soaked carcass, but it will always re
duce inllaninintion and allny ain.
It will rxtrai't the imison of bites and stint?.
and heal burns or scald witiioi T A c ah. I'alsy,
Weak llark, Caked HrviiMs, Kanu'lie, Toothnehe,
Itch and liitaneoiis Kniiilious readily yield to
llenrv lllaek, of Ada, Hardin Co.. H .suys
"Mi wile 1ms had rheumutixlii for live yeum-
no rest, no l-ep ooulil s-nr-ely walk acros the
il.Kir. .she i now couinlrtelv curel by the use
nl Cenluiir l.iiiiment. Wc all I'eel thaukliil to
you, and recommend your wonderful iiicdicina
o all our friends. ' '
.Line Hurd. of Zanesville. Ohio, says: "lhe
l cnr.nr I .ini(i,,,t r.lin! Ill V NeiirallTia . ' '
Alllisd Tush, of Newurk, write: "Send Ine
one doicn bottle by exoivs. I he l.iiiiiueiit
hn saved niv lri. I want to distribute it, Ac.
Tbe sale of thin Liniment is iucreasiiiK rap
The Yellow Centaur LitAimcnt
is for the IoiikIi sVln, (1eh and niueles of
IIIIH-I. MI LK ANU AMKAL.
We have never vet wen a ease of Muivin,
Saeeny, Kinit-Hone, Wind-Gall, Iscratehes, or
I'lill-Ktil. which thi Liniment would not
tlilv lM-netlt. and we never saw but a few
rrnhieh it would not cure. Ir Will! ike
when anvthiiiK can. It is filly to spend fur
a Farrier, when one dullar' worth of eutaur
Liniment willdo belter. 1 he following ia sum-
ile of the testimony produced:
VY. V II,, n kin. I'olni3.tiT. Piuua. O . says:
"Centaur l.iniiuent can't be beat, ll eure
every time." .k -
1 bTI. ERTflTf . tl,. .11 HI! II -.
"ThetcTitnur Kimnifiits urr the l nellin,
msx lie iiis is. hsivf vpr hnii. J tltt iliianl
tssi-t trrrnt fur it. nnl w cannot afluni Xo be
''u,i'- ..r. .I,KYA!ON "
Jrnts-os. Mo.. Nov. 1", l7:l.
"Some time aao I was shippinir hore to St.
Iui(. I goi one na-ny rrii.pie,. ... n.c
With rreal difhculty I itot him to the .table
The stahle keeier ae me a Wile of yiur Cen
taur Liniment, wiih-h 1 used with sueti Hurt, -s
iht in tmodav the horse waa active and nearly
well. 1 nave ueeu a veterinary .urgom wi
thirty year, but your Finiment beat anything
1 have ever ue!
A.J. M'CAIMV Veterinary Sunreon
For a posutrei', n i we wid mail a ( enUur
Almanac, containing bundred of certillinlrs,
from every Mute in the Union. These Lini
ments are now sold by all denier in the country.
IlHTiratory of J. 11. Ko-E At".,
4', Uev fcT.,N'LW Vulia.
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17 hi' Mv "e on I hr htlrk. Jo more fftrel-
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1T. Samuel Pitcher, of II yann is, Mass., ei
perimented in his private practice, for twenty
years, to produce a combination that would hnve
the iironortie of CAVIOU OIL without its uu-
pieaMant taste and (Tiping eftVet.
itis preparaiion was m-n( ir. near an. i.r,
till finally he gave it the name of antoria, and
put ll up for..l. It i very wonderful in it
effects, particularly wiih the di.or.hivl h.in-
acb and bowel ct children,. It A--imi.AH
tub Food, cure sour etoiiutch and windr,ilic,
regulate tbe tsinels, Kxl Woria, and luay
be relied UKn in croup
A a pleasant, ettecthe. and perfectly nfe
Cathartic remcly, it is superior to c.atoroil.
Cordials and Syrup. It doe not contain alco
hol, and is aihipted to any age.
ISy regulating the stomach and lwiwels r.i
cross and sickly children, they become iwl
nature.1 and healthy. T hey can enjoy sleep, and
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