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ton City. '1 ravelt rs tlecii intf
A lplt P'.!i:::l, CcsfsMs Trh
hhould remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
1 j C'elebrateil for its
Elegant Coaches, Splendid Hotel. Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Scenery, ttnd the many points of
Historic Interest Alocr
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PULLMAN PALACE CARS
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ihos. n t-nAiti',
Mauler ol Traiixp'n.
KnylUh ISruasels, Three 1'ly scd luraiu,
bIm). htilr 'arpet.,VtUit ltur, Crumb
Cloth, Oil ClotiiM, etc., very the.ii
at the Old 1'lace
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YOEK.
CarjU earetully packed and wnt to aui
part of lbs l ulled huieaii et-olchari-'e.
rsEKD:roR price list.
7-4-y. J. A. BENDALL.
Tim rArrn t ox tile with
Wkara Advertising Contracts cam b i
OClcial Test as Reported by the
Adopted nt NI. LonU. June . 16.
W'c, tho ilt'lejtatea of tho ileinoeratlo
jiarty of the United Mate, in national
trillion afeUjbJrd, do hereby decltre the
udminii-tr.itioii ot the federal 'overiiimiit
to be in urgent need of liuuiedlule reform;
ilo hereby ciijoiu upon the tiomineei of this
convent ioL, and ol the ilfiiior rntio party In
e.i h StulP, a zealous tUoi t and o opera
tion to this end, and do hereby appeal to
our fellow-citizen of every former political
connection to undertake with us tb.ii tirst
an I most pre.lnit patriotic dutv.
THE I'XION, mn CON8TITUTIO!, RKI'l'BLt
CA.S bKLK-GOA KKN.MKNT.
For the democracy of the whole country,
we do hereby reaffirm our luiih fa the per
manence of the federal union; our devotion
t the coiiflitution of the I'mted States,
with il nmei dineiits universally accepted
as the tirnil aett'ement of th controversies
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our eleadlaK cot fldence in the perpe
tuity of republican cll-KOverninent.
1HK FIRST CENTURY.
Id ab-olute acquieficetiee in the will of
the majority thu vital principle ol repub
lics; io the sii.reinncy f the civil over tho
military authority, in t Je total reparation of
church and state, for the sake alike of civil
and relitriouft freedom; in the eUalitv ol
all citizens before just laws of their own en
actment; in the liberty of individual con
duct, uiivrxea by sumptuary law ; in tnc
faithful education of the rising generation,
that tocy may preserve, enjoy and transmit
thete best onditions of human happiness,
and hope we behold the noblest products of
a handled years ot changeful hi-toty; but
while upholding tbc bond ot our union and
great charter ot "these preat rights, it be
hooves a f:co people to practije also that
eternal vigilance which li the price of
REFORM CORRUPTION C1MHALISM.
Iltform is neressary to build and establish
in the hearts of the whole people the union,
eleven years aj;o happily rescued from the
danger of a secession o'l Mates but now to
be raved from a corrupt centralism, whi -b,
after inflicting upoa ten Stutcs the rapnei y
of caipet-bax tyrannies, has honry-combed
the ollices ot the federal government itsell
with incapacity, waste and fraud: inf"cted
States nod municipalities with the conta
gion of misrule, and locked lust the pros
perity ol an industrious peoplo in the pa
ralysis of hard times.
REFORM OF THE CURRENCY SPECIE
lltfjrin is necessii y to establish abound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
tho failure for all these eleven year to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a changing standard of
value in the hands ot the people, and the
nou payment of which is a di.r-.gard ot the
plighted faith of the nation.
We denounce the Improvidence which in
eleven years of peace Las taken from the
people, iu federal taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of the legal tender notes,
and squandered tout times this cum in use
lets expense, without accumulating any re
serve lor their redemption. Wc denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ol
that party which, during cloven yeurs of
pi aeu. lias made no advance toward m.
deinption; no preparation for resumption,
but, instead, has obstiUL-tcd resumption bv
wasting our resources and exhausting all
our surplus income, and while annually
prolessing to intend a speedy return to
tpecia payment, has aumiady enacted fresh
hindrances thereto us feuch a hindrance
we denounce the resumption clause of the
act of IstTo, and we demand its repeal.
We demand a juuicious system of pre
paration, by public economies, by olllcial
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of It pel feet ability audits
perfect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ises ut tho cull of the creditor cntitUd to
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted f competent
bauds for its execution, creating at no time
an artificial scarcity ot currency, and at no
time alarming the publio mind into a with
drawal ol that vast machinery of credit by
which 00 per cent, of all our business trans
actions are performed; a system open to
the public and inspiring geaeral confidence,
would, from the Jay ol its adoption, bring
us itiim iu an our narrasseu in.
dustries, set in motion the wheels of com,
merce, manufactures and the mechanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new m an us national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
REFORM OF THE TARIFF Fit IK TRADE.
Rtfvrm Is necessary in the sum and mode
of feder.il taxation, to the end that capital
may be set tree from distrust and labor
lighlly burdened. We denounce the pres
ent tariff levied upon nearly four thousand
v.v.. - . tu.-ur piece oi injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
dwimllintp tint vmnww J: . .
has impoverished many industries to sub
sidize a few; It prohibits imports that might
purchuse the products of American ltbors:
it has degraded American sommerce irotu
iue ursi vo an mierior rank upon the high
' " . -Mil vi Aiuericao
manufactures at home an 1 abroad, and de-
yicieu lue returns oi American agriculture
an liuliistrv n!li.u.l I... i.u . . .;
costs the people five times more than it pro
duce to the treasury; obstruct the process
of production, and waste the Iruit ot la
bor: it promotes fraud, fosters smuggling,
enriches dishonest ollieial and bankrupts
honest luerchmilfl Wm . I ........ i t.
-- - ' V r.i iu ail 1 1 IU mi
custom house taxation shall be oulr lor
REFORM -ECONOMY IS PUBLIC EXPENSE.
i(.yr,i is necessary in the scale ot publie
fi..Prn"ifr,.lerl hla,e Md wunieipal.
Our federal taxation has swollen from sixty
fli !Sno J'ln . lour hundred an5
nity millions currency, in 1870. Ouraggre
gate taxation, from one hundred and nfty
four millions gold in im, to seven hundred
and thirty millions current io 187." or in
one decade, from less than live dml.rs per
head to more than eighteen dollar per head
ince the peace the people have paiu ti'
their tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ol the national debt, and more than
twice that sum lor the federal government
aione. t e demand a vigorous Irugalitv in
every department, and from every ofrfct?
ol the gov eminent.
REFORM PUBLIC LAlSyis TO aCTUaTTet'
Jt'hrm Is necessary to put a stop to the
proriVale waste of the publio land and
their diversion from actual settlers by the
Prty In power, which has squandered
ion,ijo,uoo acres upon railroads alone, and
i-n amount of more than fbrice that aggre.
?f u.it.d""losed of less lhan a sixth di
rectly to the tiller of the soil.
REFORM-ADOPTED CITIZENS, REJECTED
siou or a republican congress and tha error
of our treaties and our diplomacy! win, a
birth and kindred race. recro.lr. thl i r.
u'Jld of Amertcau luJl?.
nmit from o th Jn,-'u"'o t race not
and iS r.c U.lbe ?"; K't parent stock,
thrmwh t V UOr l Uw citizenship
tust)ined ti the traditions ol progressive
t Iviliratlon. nor exerrtsf i In llbfrty under
equal laws. e dcuotince the poller which
thus discards the liberty-lot tag German
and tolerate the revival of the coolie trade
In Mongolian women, imported for linmora.
Jmrpo.es, and Mongolian men held to per
oral fertile labor contracts.
THE FALSE SECTARIAN ISSUE THE KAt.SE
Ufform is necessary, and can never be
fected only by making it the controlling
issue ot the elrrtlnns, and lilting it above
the two false Issues with which the office
holding clss snd the party iu power seek
to smother It.
First- the false I lie with which thry
would FiikindiM teUarian strife in respect
to the public schools, of which the establish
ment and support belongs exclusively to
the several States, and which the demo
cratlc party has cherished from their louu
duliou, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for any class,
sect or creed, aud without contributing
from the treasury to any.
Second The false issue by 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 6ERVICB.
fiffimn is necessary in the civil setvice;
experience prove that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental busiuess 1
not possible it 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, a
signed for proved c mpvtenry and held lor
fidelity in the public employ; that the dis
pensing of putronage shou d neither be a
tax upon the tims of all our public men,
nor the instrument of their aiuMtion; here
again, profes ion (al-itied in the preform
ance, n test that the party in power can
work out no practical or satisfactory
REFORM CORRUPTION OF HIGH PUBLIC
h'ejorm Is necessary even more in the
higher grades of the public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senator,
representatives and cabinet wlHcen and all
others in authority are the people's serv
ants; tuir oruces arc not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker ol the houre ol repre
sentative marketing hi ruling as a presid
ing oincer; three senator eroding secretly
by their vote as law-makers; tive chairmen
of the leading committees of the late house
of representatives exposed In jobbery; a
late secretary ol the treasury lorcing bi
ance in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public luuas;
secretary of the navy enriched r enriching
menu by percentages levi-d off the pro tits
of contractor wi h his depar meu'; an
embassador to bngland ccnsu eJ in a Ut
honorable spceulat. j: the pre-idem'
private secretary barelv escaping comic
tion upon trial lor guilty complicity iu
tratidt upon the revenue; a secretary of
war impeached for hixh crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration I complete
that the flrv s!en in reform must be the
people's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the ut-ea.e or one political or
ganization infect the body politic; and lest
by making no change or men or parties we
can get no change of measures aud no real
RKFOR.M RKFORM REFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs ml crimes, the
proitiicioi sixteen years ot the ascendancy
of the republican pany, create a necessity
tor reform, confessed ty republicans tnem
selves, but their relormer- are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; the party's mass of honest voters
is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leader and uides.
Reform can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolution. We demand a change ot
administration, a change of psrty, that we
may nave a cnance or measures and ot men
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to preserve, send them to us for binding
we can do it in the best style on the
all the patronage that Cairo has in the
Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Rockwell d- Co., we are. now prepared
to us jor mounting and framing.
bring them to us, and at a trifling ex
your rooms and dwellings.
White, for tbc llnntasi rainlly,
Yellow, for Iloraes and Aalmal.
These Liniment are (ImiilT the vnmlvr nrihl
world. 1 heir effect are little les than marvel
lous, yci mere arc sosne thing which they will
not do. They will not rur cancer or mead
broken bones, but they will always allay uaia.
1 hey have itraiKhlemd Bugers. cured chronic
rheumatism or uianr years aatuding, and takeu
me pain irom wrriuie burn and acalda, which
ha never hern done he tut nll.vri.ril. la.
an naii i.iniairai i rur the human
family. It will drive rbumatism, ciatica aud
neuraliria from the iv.temi run luiukwi
cbillhlain. nalsv. itch, and most riiikruvma
erupiioii. iiexirarl mist Irom rrnim hanils
aud rt, and the iHiison of bite ami Hugs of
iciiuiiiiuinii rriiiirs) It .uouurs swellings, aUU
alletiatca iain of eirrv kind.
rur sprains or onuses I in most potent
remedy ever discovered. The Centaur Lini
ment Is used with treat efliracv fur sore
throat, toothache, caked bremst. earaalia n.l
weukbaci. The following I but a samplg of
' laui ana Hums. Jarr. o..
Iml.. M w it- itf?a 1
"I tiilnk It my duty to Inform yuu that I have
suffered much with swollen fert and chorda. I
have not been free from these swelling in eight
years. Now I am ixrtrrllv well, think, to tlia
Ceu uiur Liniment. The Liniment ought to b
The proof is in the trial. It Is reliable.it 1
handy, it I cheap, and every family should have
Tothsick and Wed-rldd.n the halt and Uma
to ihe wouuded and sure. wcr, "Cuum and be
To the poor and distressed who have pent
their money for worthies medicine, a bottle of
i nuur Liniment will be given without charge
The Yellow Centaur liniment
I adapted ta the tough muscles, conl and lesh
of horses. It ha performed more Wonderful
cures of fuaviu. strain, wind-a-elle. acratches.
sweeny, and crneral lameness, Uiaa all other
remeuie in exinience. Read what the great Ex
presemeu say 01 111
Nsw Yoac, January. Kl
r.vry owner or Morses should g iv the t
tanr Liniment a trial . tt'e eonshier it the I
article ever used in our alahle.
"It. MAKll,8upt. Adam Ex. Stable. N.T
ix 1.1., upt. U. S. r.x. hUhles. N 1
"A. IS. OLLS. Sunt, .L Kx. Rubles N. V
MosTeoMkav. Ala.. Am 17. '74
M4tSMTLEMa)i: 1 have used over una erosa ol
Ontaur Liniment, yellow wrapper, on the
inuim oi my pianiaiion. ueinee uotens oi me
family Liniment for air nef roe.. I want to
purchase It at the wholesale price, and will
thank you to ship m by havanab steamer en
gross oi eacn aimi. airsssr. A. I. tlewtrta
Co. will pay your bill on presentation.
Kele-.t(ullv. Jisia IiakboW.
1 he beet (atron( uf tin Liniment ar tarri
er and eteuary surgeons It heals sails
wounds and pall-evil, remove swelling, and
is worth million of dollar to formers, livery
men, stock-grower, slwep-raisri, and thus
having horses or rattle
What a Farrier cannot do for tlo the Centaur
l.lnlment will flo at a trifling cost.
1 hese Liniment are warranted bv the nr.
prietors. and a bottle will be given to aay far
rier or I'hy "leiau who desire to lest thent Sold
Laboratory of J. II. UOK A CO. ,
lv St.. Nsw Toaa.
Oast or ia.
Is a pleasant and perfect substitute, la all &m
fnr tastor Oil. Caetoria ia Ihe malt of an eld
i-nysician' effort to produce, for hi ow e iruc
tu-e, an effective cathartic, pla-ant to the taste
ana irre rroin grilling.
Ir. Samuel I'ltcher. of Itvannia. Maaa .sun.
reeded in con binin. withunt ilsa use or aiou
hol. a curcative aneut as uleasant ! laka as
honey, and which possess? all the desirable
It is alanted to all age, but is especially rec
ommeuded to mo titers a a reliable renucdy foi
all disorder of the stomach aud bowel of chil
aren. it is certain, agreeaMe. absolutely ban
less, and cheap. It should 1st used for wiad
eolic, sour stomach, worms, eostiveness, croup,
etc., then children can have sleep and mothers
J. M. Ross A Co-, of 4 )ey Street, Sew
i or, are in in sol ptvparers of (as tors, af
ter i.-r. i iiinrr i reciiie. S-2S-141W
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
rOl'UTH N CM BLR (JIXY) HE IVY TO
With a An Steel Portrait of A. T. Stewart
ui career, Dau, will sad ttocciun.
And betides the unhjue and valuable Diary of
iiuiiiiii inuu ami oecurreui lurougnout
iu worm, inw nuraoer couutina, among two
hundred other article, the following points ol
Oueeu Victoria's Nw Title.
Ir. John ilall's April fblloMpber (Fool)
. ur rue Ajuerican a cnaracieriatic I oem.
Washington a Marshal ol France.
Jean Ingelow' r'aney.
w Horse-Car f oetry, for April.
bom Pedro' Characteristic.
A Whist fartv in tha Ark
Three pitaiiata-Aator, Stewart, Vanderbllt.
mars. wmo ni iionts Auction.
irst Female Lobbyist at Washington.
The Uirl of hevil e a Spanish f oem.
Hoyalty in the United States.
Artemus Ward' Character and Peculiarities
MonUilv Itacord of Con ir rasa . eta.
'things to b laughed at, popular and touching
poems, aketche., incident. Ac. in such attrac
tive variety, that it forms the richest amount of
vaiuaoie ana entertaining reading almost ever
ruiuiaoeu in a magazine.
Thi new Periodical, which ha already reach
eo aucn an enormous popularity, is
Something new andoriginal in tha way of a
Monthly Magaiine. Beine a sort of Keferenos
Dcrap-itoo. or monthly record of import-tut
in inn nsppen in any pari or in wonu,
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