Postville National Advocate (Newspaper) - October 23, 1884, Postville, Iowa 1.50 A INDEPENDENCE AND OCTOBER 23, 188 584. VOL. 21. VOU K. ot fou A. Jr. i | at of of X ii I of 11, 8. of of of Ticket For Secretary ot of Slate uf of J. K. Attorney M. V. of For Supremo L. of For Member of W of For Member of Third JOHN J. of Judicial For Circuit Ninth of For Circuit Tenth I THIRD AUSTIN Cedar fi. F. W. n. A con Oil ON com MITT VO u 111*11 1IISTHICT. W. B. 0. E. F. P. New K. N. P. W. WILLI A MS. Charles K. m. the purpose of testing Ilie sense o people upon the we in favor of t Hug toa vote of the an lo constitution In favor of regardless of anil also on the subject of the liquor All disabled of flic late war should lie equitably and we denounce the policy of keepi ng a sumII army of holders whose on ly business is to pre on technical deserving rs from obtaining aid from the government they helped As our name indicates wo ere a national knowing no no no north no ha v lug lonal we can properly place in high o I rices of ski le candidates from any I Ion ol the we appeal to all people who believe in our principles to aid by voice and pen and The got old Solon to come to Iowa to food the greenback party bad threw 1jis and left ami the got their Chase said till thu Hocked into the Greenback was very apparent to his hearers that when ho failed to ho governor of Maine his head was the sorest ot the entire GRICEN HACK PL A That we hold the late decision of the rome court on Hie legal tender to ho a full vindication of the theory Inch the party has always advocated on the right and authority of congress over the issue of legal tender and we hereby to uphold said decision and to defend constitution against alternations or j monts Intended to deprive the people of any rights or privileges conferred bv that We demand the issue of such money and quantities 1.0 supply the actual demands of trade and commerce In accordance with the increase of population and development of our Wo demand I ho ot national and the prompt of the public Wo money which saved our country in the time of war and which has given it prosperity and happiness Wo condemn the retirement of fractional currency and small denominations of and demand their We demand the issue of the hoards of money now locked up in the United Slates applying them lo the the public debt now We as dangerous to our republican institutions those methods and policies of the democratic and republican parties which have sanctioned or permitted the establishment of and we demand such government action as may be necessary to take from such monopolies the powers they have so completely arid unjustly restore to the people to whom they belong the public lands being natural inheritance of Hie we denounce that policy which lias granted to corporations vast tracts of land we demand that and vigorous measures lie taken to reclaim from such corporations for tlie people's uso find all such land grants as have berth forfeited by reason of of contract acquired by corrupt and such railroad lands aud other public domains be henceforth henceforth held as a sacred tract to be granted only to actual in limited nnd that alien ownership of individual or corporate ahull bo Wo demand congressional regulation of pooling stock watering and discrimination in rales and aud Hint congress shall correct these even if necessary by the construction of wo also demand the establishment of a government postal telegraph All private all lorms of money and obligation to pay money should bear their just proportion of the public we demand a graduated income Wo demand amelioration of Lhu condition of labor by enforcing sanitary laws lu industrial by the abolition of the contract labor by a rigid inspection of miney and by a reduction of the hours of labor in industrial by fostering educational and by abolishing child We condemn all importation of contracted made with a view to starvation the working men of this country demand laws for its Wo insist upon a constitutional amendment reducing the terms of Hulled States demand such rules for the government of congress as all the people upon an equal fooling and taking away from committees a veto power greater thau of the The question as to amount of duties to bo levied various of import hasbeen quarrelled aud divided communities for nearly a hundred It is not now and never will bo settled unless by the abolition of Indirect is convenient issue always raised when people are over abuses in their While wo favor a wise of tariff laws with n view lo raising the revenue from luxuries rather than we Insist that as an economic question Us Importance is insignificant as compared with financial we have our worst panics under low and also under we have never suffered Irom or seen our factories and workshops closed while the volume money lu - was adequate to the needs of our at cheap as you now give It to oar they can pay high wages labor and compete all the said truly that principles of Greenback party were pure but when be said the party bad adopted them all mid incorporated their lie The of Chase's speeches wherever made 1. How lilt up Greenback 2. How run for governor on the Greenback ticket ami didn't get 3. woko up one morning and found the Supremo Court had settled the greenback lion by affirming it. 4. How studied over the platform and found till incorporated in it. Solon Chase lias fully sustained his character as a to say of several oilier had thought perhaps he would put on some We think now that lie had ho not known that his character was already lie made no pretentions lo anything except square adulations of Blaine were especially to those who know of his former denunciations of his The the wrong card when they brought Solon Chase to They hoped old Solon would kill tho Greenback party and then of course tho would come to is a delusive Chase's visit has strength tho fooling against If tho Greenback party should over cease to exist but very few of its members would drift into tho lican Greenbackers are mado of sterner stuff thau to again place their voluntarily under the galling yoke of If was incendiary and flagrant to the last Such speeches should not be tolerated by his own they are calculated to foster prejudices that should and to sow resentments that will bear fruit in violence and Such harangues can only injure the party for whom they are If the Republicans of this city have any sense they will not bring that unconscionable bigot hero again to insult their neighbors ami The speeches oh the at every place ho has visited litis been to that failed to hoar of one who not feel his opposition to the Republican party intensified as a. direct result of Half his speech was occupied with adulations of The Republicans endured this us a kind of sugar coat for the pills the were to but Chase's instead of giving the Greenbackers a run to the shanty sent them the other The money expended in sending the old Maine granny around the country to feed tho Greenbackers Blaine medicino will he worse than a dead loss to It was proclaimed Unit Solon Chase came into the state of Towa as a lo light This was a hypocritical Solon Chase came to Iowa to preach not to it. Solon would have the Greenbackers fuse with the Not a a word was said against fusion so it was with it was only Democratic that Chase protested Thus the old man's duplicity was displayed without disguise and with It was a happy unintentional hit when tho brought in Solon Chase to speak for The self seeking renegade who biros out to assassinate his old comrades at a is it tit companion lor the mini who wrote the Mulligan who sold legs for railroad who dodged investigation by dodging round a sun stroke into the United Slates and dodged voting after being advertised all summer to vote it. The counter fusion State convention last called under the auspices of was attended by about twenty-five A majority of convention proved to bo opposed to making a new and in favor of supporting the fusion After much warm discussion the convention adjourned without transacting any Whereupon and two others wont by themselves and issued an address to of This address of course will be found in all the in his speech at Independence last flaunted the bloody shirt in tho most insolent and No gentleman would havo so instilled his who wore opposed to him in senti His speech was abusive and Wo desire to call attention of our readers to a valuable publication entitled Koad a digest of the Laws of by John President of tho Iowa Stale Improvement an organization that has done excellent service in the of better highways in The officers of this association John Story Jed Justus lied P. Mo Secretary and Herbert S. Iowa J. J. Ham Dos The manual is a very valuable compendium and should bo in tho hands of overy citizen in the The Manuel is a handsomely printed book of seventy-six and can be free of by enclosing two stamps to tho John Solon Chase stood beforo the assembled thousands at and other points in a self confessed soro head and His egotism was the stood in all his Ho gave a history of tho rocked the cradle of the at Chase's was its midwife and wet preached tho Greenback gospel in the little red school houses on tho talked in explained it to the in tramp of cow hide boots was heard all over tho Tho old fool never alluded to a single namo prominent in tho annals of tho Greenback party except his No allusion was mado to Peter to to to Thau Except a brief hint at Gen. Butler no manes but Chase and es caped his lips or occupied his Do La forgotten in the groat and ever recurring CHASE'S THE 8TOUV OF AM. king of sent for a renegade Israelite and gave him big money to curse supposing that Balaam's curse would knock who wore threatening to invade his colder than a After considerable the Balaam got Divine consent to but with injunction that he should speak the work God commanded Balaam didn't care so much about tho word tis to get Balak's money and so started after encountering certain reported at Balak got out his band aud a big Then Balaam arose and look up his parable and shall I curse thein whom God hath not tho great Republican has attempted the tactics of his illustrious Balak o Ho thought if he could get Balaam Chase to come lo Iowa and curse tho that would wind up the Greenback party History does not inform us that Balaam Chase stopped to ask Divine consent as did the first was too eager to get Balak Clarkson's a Balak sent Balaam up into the Fourth district to curse but Woiler had sent Chase help him start his paper So at Postville and Union when Balaam got up to Weller each of his hearers slip of paper in his lingers with the following testimonial printed on Chase's July 24, L. kind I expect to be at Grove tho of August and stay two weeks in 1 think I can come to Iowa in I said to Gen. Weaver I thought I would I want my expenses out and back and for ouch It will cost you about 820 for each Solon Chase Chase's July 10, L. received of June 25, on my return from tho You are a life subscriber to the 1 will sou that the paper comes to Send mo the two names and addresses that you sent aud I. will soo that it is all Tho you sent me when I was lighting a terrible and will always be It gave me I think I shall come to in My wife is now quite I hope to bo able to two weeks in Kansas in I partly arranged with Gen. Weaver to conto to Solon With such evidences in hands of the crowd it was impossible for Balaam to curse and to the extreme disgust of tho Moabites and Balaam Chase publicly kindness and blessed him Thus docs history sometimes repeat itself in a most amusing m to years West curso had a moans another victory There was no principle violated when the colonists made n league with their former but there waft a great good Why may Greenbackers take n lesson from his tory and all unite solidly with the Democrats for mutual benefit and to obtain a just share of the offices and tho of Bo not bewildered by tho howls of of sell of of loss of This is all music and not but fuso with There is no occasion for Green backers to bo bewildered by the of either or any Their own leader has set them an example by attending exclusively to the interests of his own Never did a candidate of any party or for any position do aud and work than has Gen. Butler during the canvass standing his advanced Greenbackers can only say done good and faithful Tho who will not accord to Gen. Butler hia vote and commendation can be little less than an ingrato or a If the G. A. is not a military political order wo have one at last Unit is. Tho circular requires no It is at least TTii i on Vet cm 1 is. Chase said in thai ho loved not tno loss but hated tho Democrats He con tensed that in the gavo tho everything and asked nothing at the He confessed his own supreme bigotry and selfishness ho obstinately aud opposed allowing tho Democrats any representation as a party but only as It was the gross hoggishness of Chase that spoiled fusion in Had Chase boon just and honorable with the both would have grown and prospered boon musters of Mai no Partnership parties in polities is as practicable and proper as between individuals in business if carried out on business But when one party in polities or business claims all the when each sets out to absorb and destroy tho other is an end lo business and is an end to Herein was Chase's ho the whole and would consent to no No wonder don died and the Greenback party Such bigotry and would destroy tho best established business in in Towa can profit by Solon's Justice and equity spiced with liberality will make any partnership Let Democrats and to plot the destruction of the Let each be generous to tho other and considerate of each others interests and fusion will a powerful force which will accomplish all die desires of the parties engaged in it. CLOSING The discussions of the campaign of 1S8-1 are drawing to a tho personal charges made against the Republican and Democratic candidates the Advocate has taken no has left the friends of each candidate to defend their One tiling is A good name is a priceless jewel and never more valuable than to a man running for Ho far so if aspiring young men heed tho As between Blaine and Cleveland there is to tho in the no Blaino is doubtless corrupt to the last Ma 113' of his supporters havo so proclaimed him in the past and aro now belying their own Other Republicans have bolted the ticket rather than to support so corrupt a Cleveland is doubtless exact and reliable in public is legally just and honest in his but would bend legislation to protect capital rather than It would bo hard for a Greenbacker to decide between the But this is not what a is called upon to Tho Greenbacker must between his own Gen. and Mr. the Democrat will decide Mr. Cleveland It is not in order for Cleveland men in Iowa to discuss though some of thorn or Butler men to discuss though some of them The men and the Sutler men have formed an alliance offensive and defensive and their efforts should bo united against a common Previous to the revolutionary war tho colonists woro in a bloody war with tho French settlors in. When tho revolutionary war broke out the colonists mado an with tho The alliance was proper ono and productive of good that it accomplished the purpose for which it was the establishment of American In the war of 181.2 the Americans again found a faithful ally in tho French under the empire of Napoleon and through that A Call for 30 Day EVERY LOYAL MAN It ALLY JOHN ' A. WE THE ENEMY ON THE 11 LET US MAKE A N SI 11 STAMPEDE OF IT. Let the Veterans and of every township in the Northwest into Veteran Elect vour recruit your full and bring out every veteran on the 4th of next shoot if I AND ill New 1U;M, is 11( The of are on 1, 1 he A sound ] 1., an Proclaims Ihc 1 m 1 s 1 motion fur nnd Join the for Under Our and Anil cast your 1)i;;i|)1.:'n man I Our banner 1? unfurling To wave above tho Ami all the filing of rascals From and place must I he legions From farm and Workshop To join flat for and Tho old pail ies Are post they read In The writing the The while new New by hundreds is for and Ye Where busy labor aud The day of Dim eyes are 10'ov.ing And high and That hail deliverance coming Willi Hut ler and have we lived in the While oppression harsher every Put now tin sky Tho sun vh incs l. the And augurs in: for 11 tiller and Then close your ranks ami Tho bugle sounds of people Our foes are flying Like before Ihc We'll sweep the land triumph With they'll come Tako all the prisoners and converts Enlistment Blanks can be had at the office of this Make ample preparations tor old-fashioned Camp Fire and Ratification in your township or county after tho the names of your officers and tho strength of your club to at 115 Dearborn By order of the S. Chief Organizing aud Mustering Union Veteran The following is tho copy of an this to sheet of legal cap To S. Organizing and Union Veteran 115 Dearborn Room 9, AYo the ex soldiers and who were honorably discharged from tho service of thu United Slates of A. and who served under Union ilag during the late war of do hereby organize ourselves into a Union principally for political purposes and and would respectfully ask that a charter be granted for the Establishment of a club the principles of tho National Constitution aud reserving the right to act independently in politics in all cases where the interest of the Union Veteran Soldiers are The procuring of employment for deserving unemployed Union Veteran cultivation and strengthening of social ties which had their beginning in the common privations of the in the battlefield and tho prison 15UTLE14 It is of tho utmost importance that Butlor men in every locality provide themselves with tickets headed with and Every Butler man should deposit such a ticket and no It will bo a in to reflect that you havo cast your vote for so great and good a man as Gen. or you may havo tho more exquisite of electing your There is no earthly why yon should not vote your proT send in youa tickets Wo will print them upon the following 100 tickets 200 1.50 500 tickets 2.00 1000 tickets 3.00 Do not wait for your Let tho township ticket be printed with the names left blank to bo filled out with peu or Send in your orders at once with tho money as To and Laboring Men of District of anil Yankees from down iu James sold Congress for very bU Aud Solon ills comrades for dollars a Vote us Yen 1'ra.y, lor ray Austin r in the Northwestern Christian Advocate has nearly a column upon faith and prayer as relating to We give our readers the closing paragraph as a sample of the dangerous to church demoralization consequent upon the recent attempts to engage tho church in a united worship of God and as you but see that you don't make a goose of yourself in He who prays that John nifty bo or elected prays a foolish and if lie adds a veto of the ho does not improve his attitude hyr keeping up the Ono cannot pray such a prayer with and if to a faith less prayer is added a worthless the amount of morality which results is not apt bo to very Vote as you but seo that you pray The temperance politicians need to bo more practical in Instead of making their voles conform to their present they should reform their Praying for what you know you will not get leads to hypocrisy in working what you know is not Tho political prohibitionists this year pray for the abolition of nil and work for retention of them We have to if Ihc faith and prayer of the Christian apostles and martyrs had been of no higher grade than the Christian long centuries would havo slept tho sleep of With iaith and prayer neither the Protestant nor the Pilgrim American nor tho abolition of slavery over have boon accomplished or havo seen the The Prohibitionists of Iowa have finally placed a St. John doctoral ticket iu tho field in Tho and other republican papers aro doing all they can to suppress tho fact but nothing is surer than that thoy will not bo able to koop tho information from the Tho convention which met at was not large for tho reason that a promise which is said to have been faithfully made by Mr. Al Swann to send out of the call by Associated Press was not But thoso who wero present wero and after a thorough tho following Van county Second Cedar Thl nl Wo oil Bremer it. Coun Fifth Linn Sixth I. A. Pago Ninth Fremont Tenth Eleve nth M. Clay White tho inferior cheap the leaving it soft and and can be applied to the skin any timo without causing any as it has not tho sticky qualities of all other We nek your in the present political which is an lo remedies as will just between labor nnd place and commercial industry on a sound and enduring basis and make our governmental theory legal equality an Every joint in our industrial body is Millions are upon the verge of yet the of the West are ruined by the very abundance of crops able at the cost of Alii lions are almost yet the store houses of the aro bursting with With a country possessed ol every essential condition of natural resources of which wo have scarcely scratched tho manufacturing machinery and capital so abundant that the employment on short timo of but a portion of it creates a glut of with transporting facilities in excess of overy demand hundreds of thousands of laborers are under foil and are interest vast stores of freight are at their termini awaiting transportation and profitable exchange in ills and factories arc continually shutting suspending and locking while stalwart labor stands helplessly by demanding clothing ami And as if to augment the cheap servile under contract at wages inadequate to supply even the of human is imported from the old world by the protected capitalists and and placed in conflict wilh tho freo labor of the Banks are full of money but legitimate industry cannot obtain loans except fit rates destructive to every business Strikes by lockouts by ol merchants and bankruptcy of defalcations of bankers and suicides of despairing men and women are the current topics of I lie daily press and the incidents of disjointed Thus with natural and every artificial condition requisite to great and uninterrupted prosperity we have industrial paralysis and commercial the direct result of unjust and unwise legislation and without hope of future THE Believing that the disordered industry and business hero and the unjust and unequal billion of the products of are due lo the of corporate monopolies created and maintained by legislation enacted by the party having had control of the government during the past two decades we therefore demand and usk a change in behalf of tho labor aud producing interests of the Without pretending to know all that is needed to bring relief to and lo eradicate our national we believe that great good will be apparent when the public hinds are wrested from from alien syndicates and railroad jobbers and given to actual in moderate when railroads are under control of compelling honest construction and impartiality between persons and moderate protection to employees aud permanent and reasonable rates of transportation for persons and when the currency of the instead of being under the control oJj and regulated in by men chosen by tho banking is taken from them and restored to tho people through their representatives in as contemplated by the aud in with the decisions of our supreme thus making it uniform in value and when taxes aro equitably assessed and honestly when public moneys collected from tho people aro only applied to public when tho enormous sums in tho public treasury aro cast into productive channels and when tho administration of gives the poor an with the rich in our REPUBLICAN evils havo grown np during the past twenty-five Many were produced by others by natural forces in tho of legal Wo the republican party with criminal or criminal It has had of and cither it could not or would not act of It is it lacked tho power or the havo boon tho and can only bo remedied by a Corporate greed and irresponsible wealth rulo labor and enterprise From tho republican and tho uncertain senators and are tho devoted cap. porters of special privileged to the few and oppressive burdens They aro one in spirit and Therefore no relief oan bo expected from re- publicans east or Aro not twenty years of experiment and disappointment don't throw awat your if voting for successful candidates when elected and in tray and their is not throwing away your it is far and for this mistake who havo followed the manipulators of that party machine must answer their own conscience at thr bar of outraged public There is but ono way to save a vote and make it If wo havo ideas aud opinions upon questions of policy wo must give them expression in our If wo have personal involving our own welfare aud Hint of our and we advance them with our The various organizations which have united in support of a candidate for congress for this district aro a substantial unit in demand for speedy enactment into laws of tho measures They havo named a en ml i who is acceptable to and whoso public efforts in behalf of the in the last congress render that record a iu and should concentrate upon him the voto mechanic and laboring man who believes that principles ought again lo the as in days when the people ruled nnd when tho monopolies wero under the control of just and equitable It is infinitely better not to voto at than to voto to perpetuato measures that will rob yourself and your children of the patrimony of free government aud just faithfully the If our purposes suit you and you to have carried vote with Vote will declare to mankind that tho adopted for your to a monied and aristocracy have mado you dissatisfied with the men who manipulate the and that you want a that you desiro that you have that you havo that you determined not to bo longer trilled If every and laboring man who what we who thinks as we will vole for men who will represent their interests and consult the prosperity and welfare not a representative of monopoly will bo elected to congress from any agricultural district of this or any other would such a voto bo throwing your vole away? Such a result will appall tho political manipulators and extort from them even in the present congress much that wo In the congress it will the enactment of Ihe railroad land the inter state tho against servile labor tho postal telegraph and other pending hills for tho relief of the not one which will pass the senate if tho people aro whipped back into to tho manipulators who profit in despoiling their country and its Will a voto which lends lo coerce such legislation be thrown away? Stand together and vote We do not eulogize our We and trust hut it is not for his advantage that wo solicit your The voto is not for but for your your not for men hut for measures; not by way of but by of desperate determination to m in by and good We do not seek to limit functions of but rather to compel their exercise lor all tho Behoving that true interests of all persons engaged in legitimate industrial operations are and realizing the individual helplessness ot wo earnestly ask and appeal for tho co-operation of teachers and professional men who believe labors should have all that his labor and who seo established completo equality for all persons under tho thus establishing a strong government and for Dr. Jamos W. of No. 299 Wator New who has the largest practice in country in reducing Dislocations and fractures of kindly gives us tho New August 14,1883. Lewis & havo suffered for tho past three or four years with malaria in its different especially chills and fever I havo studied the subject carefully and had arrived at the conclusion that in somo of its must be the only if quinine would not would havo to stand it the bosl he Aly attention some three months ago was called to your I gavo it a and was happily surprised at tho Tho malarial left mo after the uso of two I koop it in tho and do not propose to the symptoms a great while should they I believe you may claim for your that it is a better for or chills and than has over before invited tho attention of tho James W.