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PULLMAN PALACE CARS
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NEW YOXIK CITY,
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near tbe aCle-Vatcd Uallroad, and tut twin
ty tnlnuu Ironi Wall biren. ah modern
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Official Toxt as Reported by the
Adopted hi St. I.oul. June '.). I M?0.
Wo, the delegates of the deuioiratlo
party ot the I nitecl States, in national con
vent km fti'tubli'd, do hoi't'liy ilecltre the
ailmiDintratioii of the federal government
to he in urgent need of immediate reform;
do hereby enjoin upon the nominees of this
convention, and ol the democratic party In
each state, a zealoit effort and eo-opera-tiou
to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our fellow-citizens of every former tolitieal
connection to undertake with u this first
an I uioAt prestlnw' patriotic duty
TIIK t'NIOJf, TnK CONSTITUTIO.H, It II' I'll Ll-
for the democracy of the whole country.
we lo hereby realln 111 our luilh in the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
to tbe constitution of the Lulled Stated.
with Hit ameLhueiitn univerally accepted
ax the final Kettleinent of the controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here rc
cord our steadlast cotilidence in the pcrpe
lulty of republican scll-ctovernmeiit.
llll FIRST CKXTl'RY.
la absolute aeiiuiescence In the will of
the majority the vital principle ot repub
lic: in the supremacy of the civil over the
military authority, in tae total separation of
church and state, lor the sake alike ot civil
and religious freedom; in the equality oi
all citizens befcre just laws of their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual con
duct, unrexed by sumptuary laws; in the
faithful education ot tht rising generation.
that they may preserve, enjoy and transmit
these oet conditions or human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a hundred years ot chanceful hi-tory; but
while upDoiamg toe bona 01 our union ana
Kreat charter ol these crest riirhts, it be
hooves a free people to practice lno that
eternal vigilance which Is the price of
REFORM CO II Ki l l IOS CKNTRALISM.
Reform Is necessary to build and establish
in the hearts ol the whole peor le the union.
eleven years :uro happily rescued from the
dancer of a ecesion of Mates but now to
be saved from a corrupt centralism, which,
after inriictin upon ten States the rapaci'y
of eaqet-baj? tyrannies, has honey-combed
the orticet of the federal irovernment it.-t II
with incapacity, waste and fraud; infected
States and miiuicipalitUi with the con ta
in on of misrule, and locked last the pros
perity of an industrious people in the pa
ratysis of hard time.
REFORM OF THE CURRENCY M'ECIK
lUfurt U neccMi y to etabluh a sound
currency, restore tbe public credit and
maintain tbe national honor. AVe denounce
the failure for all these eleven years to
make good the promise of the legal tender
note-, which are a cbauninz standard of
value in the hands ol the people, and tbe
non payment of which i adi?rsrd ol the
pii'gruieu laun 01 lue naiioD.
e denounce tne luirirovbience which In
eleven years of peace has taken from the
people, in tciierai taxes, thirteen tunes the
whole amount of the lce;l tender notes,
and squandered foui times this sum io use-
lets expense, without accumulation any re
serve lor their redemption. Wc denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, during eleven year ol
peace, has made no advance toward re-
aempnou; no preparation for resumption,
uui, liisieau, uas oosirucieu resumption by
wasting our resources ana exiiaustini; all
our surplus income, and while anuuallv
professing to intend a fpeedy return to
specie payment, has annually enacted fresh
uiiitiraiicei mereio as kucu a hindrance
we denounco the resumption clause of tbe
act of lnTo, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a judicious system of pre
paration, by public economies, by oltfeial
retrenchment, and by the linances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its petfect ability and Its
peneci reaainess 10 meet any ot its protn
ism iuu can 01 mo creuitor entitlea to
vy'e believe such a system, well devised,
ana, anove all, entrusted tt competent
bands for its execution, creating at uo time
au artiticial scarcity ot curreuey, and at no
time alarming tbe DUblie mind mm a with.
drawal of that vast machlnerv of rrp.lit tv
which U5 per cent, ol all our business trans
actions are performed; a system onn to
the public and inspiring general confidence,
would, from the day of its adoption, bring
healing on its wings to all our narrasved in
dustries, set in motion the w heels of com
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new iu an u nauouui sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
REFORM 0 TnE TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Jitform Is necessary in the sum aud mode
of federal taxation, to the end that caiiitui
may bo set free Irom distrust and labor
lightly hardened. We denounce tha pres
ent turitl levied unon ncarlv four th
articles as a moat sr niece of mtnsii,... in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwindling, not a yearly rising revenue. Jt
has impoverished many industries to t.ub
sidize a few; it prohibits Imports that might
purchase the products of American labors;
it has degraded American aomtnerce from
the iirst to an inferior.'rank upon the high
seas; it lias cut down the tale of American
manufactures at home anl abroad, ami i.
pleted the returns of American agriculture,
an industry followed by halt our people. It
costs the people live time more than it pro
ducts to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and waste tba fruits ol la
bor; it promotes nul. fosters smuKicllni;.
vuiicucb uwjiuucri vuiciais ana oauwrupt
honest merchant. We demand that all
custom house taxation shall be only tor
REFORM ECONOMY IM I'l'BLIC EXPENSE.
iieturm is neces.ary in the scale of Dubliu
expense federal. Mate and municipal.
Our federal taxation has swollen from sixtv
millions gold, In lfeou, to lour hundred and
nity million currency, in 1670. Ouraggre
Kate taxation. Irom one hundred and niiv
four million gold in 1800, to seven hundred
ana miny millions currency la l70;or, In
one uecaue, irom less than Ave dollar per
head to more than eighteen dollars per head,
hinca tb peace the people have paid to
their tax-gatherers mora than thrice the
sum ot the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor the tederaLgovernment
alone. We demand a vigorous frugality m
every department, and from every oflkt r
wa tuv (jviciUUIlUU
REFORM ITM.IC LAN Da TO ACTUAL BET
Xtf;rtH Is necessary to put a stop to the
proiligau waste of the public Lmds and
their Uiverion from actual settlers by the
party in power, which bos squandered
WJO.iwO.OOO acres upon railroads alone, and
11 amount of mora thau thrice that airirre.
gate, has disposed of le.. thao a sixth di.
rectly to the tiller of the soil.
REFOKM-ALOI-TED CI I lENS, RKJSC1ED
Jiff'trtn II DiiMsanarv it .r-.... t . ,
siou of a republican congress and tha errors
,t , 1 . - , - - 111m error
of our treaties aud our diplomacy, which
have stripped our fellow-ciUen of lordin
b 'I ' V'? ,rfc,;. "ew-lRK th. At-
""i "uicm 01 AUicricau i'ilii.
through n.f neiiliri.,.
. m n u. ut iiner ac
customed to tbe Uaillious ot a proi;rt.sive
a up, and have xpoued our brethtin ol the
I'acihc coast to the Incursion ol a race not
sprung irom the same great parent stock
anil, in fact, now bv law ilcnix.i , iti..n.i...
rlvllirstlnn, nor exercised In libprly tinder
equal laws. t denounce the poller w men
thus discards the liberty-loviog (lernian
and tolerates the revival of the coolie trade
In Mongolian women, Imported for Inunora.
purposes, and Mongolian M held to per
form sen lie labor contracts.
THE FALSE KECTiRIAtf ISSUE THE FA 1.8 E
Reform Is necessary, and can never be ei
fected only by mak'fng it the controlling
issue ot the elections, and lifting It above
the two false issues with which the ottlen
holding elas and the party in power seek
to smother It,
Klrst- tlm false is-tie with which they
would rnkindla sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ol which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several .States, and which the demo
erotic party has cherished Irom their Inun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preleretice for any class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
Second The false isue by which they
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally estranged, but now reunited
on one indivls.ble republic und a commou
REFORM 11IR CIVIL SERVICE.
Rtftrm is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that etlicient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possible it its civil service be subject to
change at every election, be a prize fought
lor at the ballot box, be a brief reward of
party zeal, instead of posts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held for
fidelity in the public employ: that the dis
pensing of patronage should neither be a
tax upon the time of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their ambition; here,
again, profes-ions fabitled in the preform
anec, a test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM CORRUPTION" OF IIIC.it PUBLIC
litjorm Is necessary even more In tbe
higher grades of the public sen ice. The
president, vice president, judges, senators,
representatives and cabinet ollicers and all
others In authority are the people's serv
ants; their otliees arc not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure ot a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ol the house of repre
sentatives marketing his rulings as a presid
ing officer; three senators profiting secretly
by their vote as law-makers; live chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
of representatives exposed in jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury forging bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public lunds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
friends by percentages levied off tbe profits
of contractors with his department; an
embassador to England censured in a dis
honorable speculation; the president's
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity in
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary ol
war impeached for high ci'imes and misde
meanors, tbe demonstration is complete
that the first step in reform must be tbe
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the diseaie 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 and no real
RKFORM RKFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, the
product of sixteen years ol the ascendancy
of tbe republican parly, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their reformer are Voted dawn
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet: tbe party's mass of honest voter
is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leader and guides.
Affirm can only be had bv 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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Vellftw, for florae RNfl Animal.
Ihena Liniments sra (imply the wonder of the
world. 'I heir effects are little less than marvel
lous, yet there are some thin which they will
not do. They will not cure cancer or mend
broken bones, but they will always allay ln.
I liey have atriiiKhteneil lingers, cured chronic
rheumatism ol inany years natndinir, and taken
the pain from terrible burn anil scald, which
has never hern done by any otherartlcle.
The H UH Mniinrnl Is for the human
family, it will drive rhiimatisni, sciatica and
neuralgia from the system) cure lumbago,
chillblains, palsy, itch, and most cutaiiaou
eruptions. Ilextracl frost Irom tniien hand
and feet, and the poison of bite and tting ot
Venoniiiidtis reptiles 1 It subdues Swellings, and
alleviule iu of every kind.
For sprain or bruises it is the most potent
remedy aver discovered. Tbe Centaur Lini
ment I used with great eltlcary for sore
thront. toothache, raked breast, earache and
weak ham . The following in but a sample of
numerous testimonial 1
"iHDIAMA HoMB. .fF. CO..)
III'!. , M 17.1 i
"I think It my duty to inform you thnt I have
suffered much with swollen feet and chonla. I
have not been free from these, swcllinif in eight
years. Now 1 am crfectly well, thauk to the
I eutaur Liniment. T he Liniment outfit to b
api'iieti warm. iibmjami IIHOWH
The nroof is In the trial. It In iwli.hln It I
handy, it I cheap, and every family ahuuld have
To th Sick and ld-ridden. the halt and lam.
to I he wounded and sore, we say, "Come and Im
'J the poor ami distressed who have uml
their money for worthies niedieine. a IrottU of
centaur Liniment will be given without charge
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
i adapted to the tough muscles, vrd and flesh
of horses. It has performed more Wondertul
cure of spavin, strain, wind-irall. acralchea.
weenv, snd a-eneral lament, than all other
remtdie in existence. Head what the great Ex -
pressmen say 01 11 1
New Yoiik, January. Wl.
"Keerr owner of home should vive tlm t en.
laur Limiuenta trial. U e consiier it the beet
ariirieever umsi in our staiile.
"H. MARsilf.ftupt. AdamsKx Stable, N.Y(
"K. 1M I.IZ. Nupt. i;. Si. r.x. Maiden, N Y
"A. . OLIN. Muni. NaL Kx. Mlablea N. Y."
MoNTonuBRY. Ala.. Auir. 17. Tl.
(irMTl.tats: I have used over one gros ot
Centaur I inim.nt. )ellow wrper. on the
mule of my plantation, hrsidea dou-n of the
family Liniment l,,r my nefrnx'. 1 want to
purrbase it at the wholesale price, and will
thank you to ship Hie by !avauah staamer one
Kro oi ea'4i ainu. Aletstr. A. T. Mew irtA
Co. will iay your bill on pmu nUlion.
He, trully, Jahss Dahbow."
1 behest tmtron of this Liniment are Furri
ers and etenary aurireon. it heal gall,
wounds and imll-cvil, remove swelling, mid
is worth millions of dollar to farmer, livery
men, UM'k-Krowers, aheep-raixers, and those
having horse or cattle.
Wliat a Farrier cannot do for the. Centaur
tiuiiiiriil w ill uu at a Irinin cost. V.
'I liKri I .in 1 in.jnta m w.,n.nil ,v 1
prietors, and a liotlle will be iriven to any fi
ner or l'hyieian who desire to teat Uh-sb. b'
Laboratory of J. II. ltOK A CO.,
4 lB (Sr.. Naw Yokk.
Cast or ia.
Is a pleasant and perfect stiltstitute. in all rae
for Cantor Oil. ttoria I the result of an old
I hyalcian's effort Ui produce, lor hi o n pri
tine, au eni-cnve rmtliartic. uleaaant to the taste
and tree from griping'.
lr Samuel I'llcnex. or llraanis, Ma.,uc
reeded in con.biniiiK. without lbs use of alcu-
nol, a purKative aitent a pleasant to take as
honey, and which possesses sll the desirable
properties of Castor Oil.
It is adapted to all aires, bill is esueciallv rec
oinmended to mother a a reliable remedy for
all disorder of the tmach and bowel of chil
dren, it certain, airreeable, absolutely harm
less, and cheap. It should be used for wind
colic- sour stomach, worms, coativene. crouu.
etc, then children can have sleep and mother
J. B Itos A Co-, of 4 Iey Street, New
York, are ibe the sole preparer of ( aslora, af
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Queen V Ictoria ' s New Title .
Dr. John Hall's April I'hllossphers (Fools).
1 he True American a Characteristic t'uem.
WasbinKton a Marshal of France.
Jean Inflow' Fancy.
New Home-Car Poetry, for April.
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A Whist Party in the Ark.
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