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Official Text as Reported by the
Adopted at Nt. Lonln, Jnnt 3H, IW76.
We, tlio delegates of the democratic
purty of tlic United State", in national con
vention assembled, do hereby declare the
administration of the federal government
to be in u r.ire nt need of Immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upoii the nominees of this
convention, and of the democratic nnrtv la
ech Mto, a zealous eltort and o opera
tion to this end, ami do hereby appeal to
our fellow-citizens of everv former political
connection to undertake with us this lirst
an 1 uiodt presfcini: patriotic duty.
THE fSIOS, THE CONSTITUTION, REI'CIILt-
For the democracy of the whole country,
wo do hcrety reallirm our faith in the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
to the constitution of the I'mfod (states,
with its atnci.dinents universally accepted
as the linul sctt'ement of the controversies
that engendered civil war, mid do here re
cord our steadfast cotifidenee in the perpc
tuitv of renubiiean ell-K0veintnent.
Hit? FIRST CENTURY.
Id absolute acquiescence in the will of
the majority the vital principlo ol repub
lics; in the supremacy of the civil over the
military authority, in tae tots separation of
church and state, for the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equality of
all citizens before just laws of their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual con
duct, unvexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education of the rising generation,
that fiey may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these best conditions of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot chanceful uWtory; hut
while upholding the bond ot our union and
ureat charter oi these great rights, It be
hooves a free people to praeti.-e. also that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
REFORM CORRUPTION CENTRALISM.
Reform la necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole people the union,
eleven years ajjo happily rescued from the
danger of a secession of mates but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, which,
after Inflicting upon ten States the rapacity
of carpet-bag tyrannies, has honey-combed
the ollices ot the federal government itscil
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
States ami municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked fast the pros
perity of an industrious people in the pa
ralysis of hard times.
REFORM OF TDK CURRENCY SPECIE
lit, form is ncecssai y to establish around
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national houor. We denounce
the failure for all these eleven years to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing Miuidard of
value in the band) of the people, and the
non payment or svlnoh is adisrsgard ol the
plighted faith ot the nation.
We denounce the Improvidence which In
eleven years of peaco has taken from the
people, in federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of tho legal tender notes,
and squandered fout times this sum in use
lets expense, without accumulating any re
serve tor their rpilemivlinit vva
tho financial imbecility and immorality ot
iuiIJ1J wuicu, uuring eieven years of
peace. Has made no advance toward re
demption; no preparation for resumption,
uui, insicau, n us oDsiruciea 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
uiuuiuuucn vueiuio im uco a Hindrance
we denounce the sumption clause of the
ci ui lou, aim we uemana us repeal.
We demand a iudicioua v
paration. by public economies, by oflicial
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its pet feet ability audits
perfect readiness to meet any ot its proin-
li.Dy ui flin (toll et 1,a It. n 1-1 -
. . -. tiwi.
ve Deiieve nuch a system, well devised.
and, above all, entrusted X competent
hand for its execution, eront nir w,n
an artlticial scarcity ot currency, and at no
id niuiuiuiK uiu puuuc ininu into a with
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which 05 per cent, ot nil our business trans
actions are perlormed; a system open to
... puuiii! oii.i lusiurinir general contldence.
would, from the day of its adoption, bring
healinir on its win tn n .' ,
dustnes, get in motion the wheels of com
merce, muuuiaciures and the mechanical
art, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all its national sources the prosper
ity ol the people, '
REFORM OF THE TARIFF FUSE TRADE.
Jit form necessary in the sum and mode
of federal taxation, to the end that capital
may be set Iree Horn distrust and labor
lightly hardened. We denounce the pres.
eut tariU levied upon nearly four thousand
articles as a matt r ii,...u ,.f ...i.. .: ,
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rUin revenue. It
has impoverished mmv in,ii.:. ,
... - j uot. .- wi sur
sidize a few; It prohibits imports that might
riliri'tinit ha r.rl. ...... e .! . .
... uul, American liDors;
t lias lp!rrHtfil A Itw.i-ln.n .. 1
r . ...... Vuu umuicrce irom
the lirst to au interior rank upon tii i
seas; it has cut down the sale of American
manufactures at home an 1 abroad, and de.
plcted the returns of American agriculture
an industrv follow.! ,v i . " .1
costs the people live times more than it pro-
. -vi vpM ufcfl iu, process
of production, and wastes the Iruitsot la
bor: it nriiii.ta fr.ii.i r.
. ...um. whhi aiuuggling.
enriches di-honest oftieials and batikrui.ts
honet merchants. We demand that all
vuc.u.u uuuk msaiion tiiau be OUlv lor
KKFORM-ECONOMY IS PUBLIC EXPENSE.
expense federal. Sute and inunieinaL
wurieaerw taxation has swollen from sixty
IUtlll(Jll Bold . in IU1I . . ... J
fllty millions turrency.in 1870. Ouragirre.
ia..uuU, irom one hundred iml titfv
four miliionM poI.I in iuja -V1.1
- Kun uunuretl
and thirty miilious currency in i7u: or hi
ue uccaue, irom less than live dollars per
head to ninro ii.. I'e.r
wl " -feuiccu uuoarsper uead.
inm . f,"BlitUef'l',.In,'r "n tlirice the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
aCe" thWeiUdm,,0rn U V ernment
aione. vfe demand a vigorous frugality in
ol the government. '
REFORM PUBLIC LANOH TO ACTUAL bET'
, U Deiei"ry to lut a stop to the
their diverion from actual settlers by the
party in uower vi,i.k ul"
iimiiioiji ' qiiaimereu
I ?a'. r -. lon.. and
7, - uuu uirice tnataggre
Kate, bus disposed of less than a "Ulh dt
rectly to tbe tillers of the soil. '
KEFOHM-v AIMJFTED CITUENH, REJECTED
hrform Is neeewaiy to correct the ommi.
iiou ef a republican congress and the errow
of our treaties and our diplomacy whj.2
have .tripped our felio w-eitizens of torefcn
birth and kindred race. recroMimr tha a i
lantic, of tbe ahield of Amertcau 'nu
. Wl UJ biuui ui a racA not
ii i 7 i ' ueuievi ell zensftlD
" oi a progressive
elvillrallon, nor exercised In liberty under
equal laws. We denounce tha policy which
thus discard the liberty-loving German
and tolerates tbe revival of tbe coolie trade
in Mongolian women, imported for I tumor a.
purpose, and Mongolian men held to per
form servile labor contract.
THE FALFE SECTARIAN ISSUE THE FALSE
Jllforn Is necessary, and can never be ei
fected enly by making It the controlling
issue of the election, and limns It atov
the two false issues with which the o nice-
holding class and the party In power seek
to smother it. ...
First-the false IsMie with which the?
would enkindle tectariun strife in respect
to the public schools, of which the establish
ment and support belong exclusively to
tbe several States, and which tha demo
cratic party has cherished from their foun
dation, and Is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference Tor any class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
second rue false 1'stie by which thrv
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional bate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on one indivis ble republic and a common
REFORM III! CIVIL SERVICE.
Jlrfiirm in necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible if its civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
for at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of post of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held lor
fidelity in the public employ: that tbe dis
pensing of patronage should neither bo a
tax upon the time of all our public men.
nor tbe instrument of their ambition; here,
again, professions fal-itled in the preform
ance, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM CORRUPTION OF HIGH TUBLIC
Jlttorm Is necessary even more In the
higher grades of tbe public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet officers and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; their offices arc not a private perquisite--they
are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
tbe disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ot the house of repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing oineer; tnrce senators prohting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; five chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
of representatives exposed In jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury forgiug bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public hinds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off tbe prolits
or contractors wiih his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation: the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity in
frauds upon tho revenue; a secretary ol
war impeached for high cirues and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the lirst step in reform must be tho
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the dUeae of one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no change of measures and uo real
REFORM REFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years of tbe ascendancy
of the republican parly, 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' mass or honest voters
is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leaden and guides.
Jtefurm can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change ol
administration, a change or party, that we
may have change of measures and ot men.
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AMJIROSE W. PVATT, a frst.rate
While, for the llninnn Family.
Yelhiw, for Ilwrsrs sml Animals.
These Liniments are slmplv the wonder of the
world. T heir effects are little less than marvel
lous, yet there arc some things which they will
not do. They will not sure earn er or mend
broken bones, but they will always allay pain.
I hey have straightened fliufers, cured chronic
rheumatism of many years autnding, and taken
the win from terrible burns and scalds, which
has never ln done liy any otherartlcle.
The White l.lnliiirnt la lor the human
family. It will drive rhiiinatism, sciatica and
neuralgia from the system J cure liimliago,
chllllilains, palsy, itch, and tnont rutaneoiis
eruiitions. It extracts fiost from lror.cn hands
and feet, aud the poison of bites and Mings ol'
venonimoiis reptiles ; it subdues swellings, and
alleviates pain of every kind.
For sprains or bruises it is the most potent
remedy ever discovered. The Centaur l.iul-
ineiii is uwi will! great clllcary or solf
lniiiul, lootnaclie, euaeil lireot, earache and
weukltacK. 'J lie following is but a sample 01
' ItfDIANA HoMI. .Hri'. t o.,
. . . Ind., May tlx. 1h73. i
"I think It my duty to iuform you that I have
siinertsi iimcii wiiu swollen teet and chords. I
Have not Is-en Tree from these swelling in eight
years Now I mil erlrelly well, thanks lo the
eniaur l.lnimeiit. 1 he Liniment ought to 1
applied warm. JIknjamix lliiow.x.
Hi proof is In the trial. It is n-linhle it is'
haiiily, it is cheap, and every lamily should have
Toths sick and Iwd-ridden. the halt and Imne
to Hie wounded aud sore, we.iy, "Come and lie
lolheioor ami distressed who have spent
their money for worthies medicine, a bottle of
enuur l.iuiment will be given w ithout charge
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is ndupted to the tough museles, cords and fli-h
or horses. It; has )ert)iriiied more wotiderliil
cities 01 spavin, strain, wiml-galls. s."rntrlies.
sweeny, and m-neral lameness, than all other
ri'ineiiies in existence. Read what the great F.x
irensmeu say i'i hi
Nxvv Yoiik, Jiinunry, 1-71.
"F.very owner of hurts bhouia give the 1 en-
taur l.linmeiit a trial. V e consider it the be-1
arin ie ever used in our l:ille.
"II . .M A lt( I , Supt . Adams Kx Stables, N.Y.
r.. 11 1. 1 a, ?upt. 1. . r.x. Mahles, N V.
"A. . 1 1 1.1 N , Supt. Nat. Kx. Stables, N. Y.
Montoomkrv. Ala.. Ann 17. '74.
tirWTLr.viavi I have used over one ktos o
tentaur Liniment, yellow wrapper, on the
mules 01 my plantation, lml. dozens oi the
ii.iiiny i.iiiiiiieiii tor inv negroes. I want to
purc hase it at the w holtale pric. and w ill
manic you to xiiij, me ny siavsuah steamer one
gross 01 i ui 11 kili.l. .letsrrt, A. T. MeW rt A
o. win nay your tun ou pieeutatin.
l;csctlully, Jasss Daiiiiow.
1 hetwut pttrons ofthis Liniment are farri
ers and etenary siugnms. It heals gulls.
woumis ami imli-evil, removes swelling, and
is worm millions o dollars to furnierx, limy
men, stoi'k-growers. shcep-rsist is, and thote
iia ing norsi sor cattle
hat a rarner cinnot do for i the Centaur
l.iniiiirnt will ilonl a tritling com.
1 nese i.iiiiuietiis are w.'u runted !) the pro-
prietois. and a txiltle will be given to any Fur
rier or l'liyiciau w ho desire to list them. ndd
erery lu ie.
fiboratory of J. IS. l;oK.lCf
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Oast or ia.
Is a pleasant ui) perfect sule-tiiute, in nil cuees
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I'hysician's eltort to prislm-e, lor his own prac
tice, an effective ealhartic, plia-ant to the taste
mu'i iree irom gripliiK
r nsmuri 1 in;nn, oi nvannis. Mass., sin-..
x-lel in eon. Inning, without Hie use of a.co
hol, a purgative agent as pleasant to tttkr as
iioney, iiini wuien iisesss all the desiiahle
properi les or 1 astoroil.
It is aduptel to all ages, but is especially rec-
iiuiiiriiuii 10 inoinirs ass rename remnly for
ail disorder 01 Uie stoiuarh and bowels ol chil
dren. It is eertaiii, agreeable, absolutely harm
less, und cheap. It should c tied tor wind
cone, sour st'iiiiach, worms, cosureties, rroiip,
ete., men childreu can have lwp aud mothers
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Outu Victoria's New Title
Dr. ;hn Hall's April Phlloseiiher (fools)
1 he I rue Aniericun-a chara. tenstic 'o in.
siuiiKi,u a narniial ol rrance.
lean IiikcIow's Fancy.
New llor-e-Car 1'oeiry, for April.
Diuu Pedro's tlutracterialiea.
A hist Party in the Ark.
' "re Capitalists Astor, Stewart, Ysnderbilt.
" wiu ai s iiorse Auction.
F trst Female LijIibyUt at Wa-huik'ton.
J he t.irl ol Seville a Spanish I'oem.
ItoyaJty in the I in ted stalea .
Aru inus Ward's Character and 1'cciiliurities.
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