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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - October 26, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE WOMEN mi osition io Give Women Repre Lay M1tliod8t Episcopal I Jii the Church Jle nfere mii official J of tlie jletodist Episcopal church Ii ess stirred up over the proposi w admit women delegates in the mces of that The of that devote e editorial and contributed bearing on the quebtion at of the disquisitions are libliial and profane political wo and about else within the range We publish a piquant article from the i New and by a lady Sidently knows how to wield a pen tipresslier ideas in not to Anglo It is an phidi every one interested in the Iple involved will read with special will be held in the First in this city some time next kffienthejnenibersof the itmg a6 of hoth sexes will have mnitj to vote for or against the change in the policy of the IffiTHODIST oBe Admitted as Baldwin in the Christian Cew York Oil watched with much interest the ofthe controversy in our var dTarcl papers as to whether women or should not be eligible to seats jral conference of our I tteedto untethatas a those She negative side concede womans mentally and fitness customs of the or prece aiKt and scriptural argument are the built up against The comes with an especial illgrace jjjlhe Jlethodist For if there UeKii organized body in the wrfrld that disregard of precedent and n custom it is this same Methodist Judge in his article Cliristiim Adviicutc of precedent his chief argument on iterative 1 would call his and leaders attention to Buckleys AVoman in iu Tlie Inn Advoctiic of July as most cumulative evidence of the of this statement as to how the has disregarded prece in its steady march Read article and see how ihe John Wesley the the and without any apparent of conscience disregarded the is of the ancient church by insii nevt methods of I thank Buckley personally and for my sis I am sure they will approve for ighly demolishing that obstacle has ever been the human is to the scriptural argument iUedso mercilessly against I 3 lin refer my readers to that same ar il It of for if the Meiho 1 church lias not grievously sinned in a j nrincto women the rights and privil liuckley declares they have land still have iu the almost J II which are in direct contravention fttfs teachings to the church at Cor interpreted by the negative j Buckley has also demolished the Bpt flptural 1 can see no other Either the Methodist inn has only kept pace with Chris Bjii alt in Its development and the needs its methods upon 5JJJ fjreat principles of righteous as taught in the parable Ik talents aud the Golden Hits last and great our NIB BtoGod and and all of Pauls ructions to the Corinthians do not ft to us of the nineteenth or fj iHetiiodiachurch has most grievously sed during all these and Paul HP te interpreted literally for the and all other churches of this from promises there is no other hsioinhan that we women should iPeak in or seek any save at home from our hus Will the brethren please tell us I those women are to do who are the Bof nouChristiau or more Wtunne without any husbands rtat some of us are to do having mtitn still only catbh dis 1 MSviews of them as they daily dis lor immediately after breakfast rffl the wives of such or witliom to die iu igno licre is no Adam at home met us Buckley lias enlarged upon the and in the Let us not fail to keep in mind ofthe here be understood Thisportion of the church remaining twothirds to attend the means of generally would show re suriukaie if women were not church Iu this sense cannot for then we would have S PwnilttlDR women to do thus and is our being in the church and lo work jt of I i oron the part ofthe mal The have been s ll is wel1 that we 1 taulicutheir full MI e sinned and she a MBS while Father 5 T ol therefore sinned i S father taught me openeyed sin was more a si Ulllier the greater n6SheWls a of us succeeding lsethe greater sinners not assertion ti car hls own and in nt ti s own an in J criminal statistics of the give about wiminal with the record of the church of to one man in its com have for weeks shuowthit even Christs te a has not been equal to dont snrinl tment thisis certainly just r ss certany ust fte argument amounts us jusl wnere Eves fall 1 T clcad that in the beginni in ADd God said ing us ourlike ave in His own created He 3 lie them Gen equality thus and each received Woman has borne Slorious spiritual of an S the Physical although modified and vy medical the it by Christian and I in turn have 1a li nicn fChrists redemptive e and m usband Not ye are ch you ChrhL Cation Is sim whatyour heiu V But arewe general conference no vote In puttiDKy7em We had the laws to govern us e to make is aco rights for coopera see ihe compromise up of all by women D n through subjection of body mhid soul to tins subjection 7upp emented physical uffenng jou are on dangerou entrance5 Tnto while you leave to us the heavy worksubjection and salmon by the skin of our teeth Let us see whether this same literal translation o Scripture will suit our church Itead their Is very plain and is not said that it Is limited to ChrfsJs coming Cursed Is the ground for thy m sorrow shall thou eat ofit all the days of thy and thou shall eat the herb of the in the sweat of thj face shall thou eat till ihou re turn unto the for out of it wast thou taken for dust thou and unto dust thou shall Now on the principle of literal with out regard to or the redemptive work of why is not every man shouldering his curse I u spite of its discomforts Let every man oi them go to work in the aud subdue as far as they can the thorns and thistles their sin Then too their diet was to be of Men dont enjoy aud the Creator adds In the sweat of thy face shall thou eat evidently meaning that they should do the This ex plains why 1 have always found men looks to excel the They were in their Godordained Their sili and appetite fits them for it My sisters our curse is heavy It is evident rom Jods word of a greater lhau the perspiring business s not let us do as little as possible of lest unhappily we be found fight ug against Now just a hasty glance at our position on a single mission When I went ip China in imagine my surprise to ind a corner in each church latticed so that uo one could see in i t from the and no native women in the When i 1 inquired the use of this I was in Formed that heathen and Christ were in this small room listening to the gospel through the and that as yet this was necessary out of defer euce to the customs of the Thank ere we left we saw Chris sanity so liruilv established that every wall of partition was broken aud our Chinese sisters could sit In the ublic but O what deprav ty must I still for our modest ittle Chinese following their cus sit there with uncovered heads and unveiled It was under such circumstances that I learned the luxury of sitting in church without a burden some bonnet on my But ye sticklers for Pauls instruc to the ancient church being fol owed iu this what will ye do with your Chinese the and all good I very sure of the but alas alas they have long hair even longer than our honored Washingtons and not only very worse worst of all how can I tell some times red or but generally s braided into the same long finish lug off with a tassel Surely here is work serious indeed for the gen ral Tis a desperaate for Paul expressed him self most strongly on the In 1 he says Doth noi even nature itself teach you that if a man aave long hair it is a shame unto him Brother Mature teaches no such thing in and some of our grand ministers in that in spite of their long can duplicate Pauls recital of afflictions for Christs sake given In X more one of who we doubt not is entered nto the rest thai could say that he had received noi forty stripes save bill Iwo thousand not lacking But whai do all these sufferings for Christs sake amount to against the ongbair sin suffer a word of exhortation from one of the but who never theless loves the Lord Christ and His and who in His full redemptive work even for Dont I pray hide any longer behind lhat absurd scriptural but let In the Western Christian Advo cate of tell the whole Would that every reader secure this paper and read his whole It is I can only quote a few para but they illustrate the Supposing the women should be ad mitted to the general he Then what Where will the men be On an equality Aith the women Every man knows they will and the women know it as well as the men Is this a state of affairs to be contemplated by men complacently The question whether the business will not be as well transacted need not be The question What will become of the men Then he goes on to tell of the dire danger of women min presiding elders and and concludes with ihls pathetic view of these possibilities if not man walk boldly in the spirit of a man yet free to the Methodist polls and vote with Iso Will Buckley tell us what Good win means by the words while yetfrce We are not asking the brethren to step but only asking for the sisters to go If sharing their counsels puts Ihe men in what is our condition who are not in at whenever you prove logic ally to some of us your scriptural argu we will be driven to the dire con clusion that the worlds Redeemer has not yel come we still wait for our Messiah Come brethren upon solid ground to the great Bible principles thai fit all peoples in all ages of the Dont be iroubled and cross the bridge before you reach Should Joels prophecy be and the Spirit be poured out upon the as well as upon men and they should He who sends that Spirit will give to grace according to your day of 121S Pacific How are BrokenDp In Mon From the Virginia Oty MonO a When we find a medicine we know possess genuine we oonslrer It a and we take pleasure in tell ng the public what Such a Jiedicine we found Chamberlains Cough when was We are satisfied that we wardedI off sev eral attacks that were threatenrng by the use of this and stace in a few severe and in the course of two or three entirely broken them up by Itsi have have recommended it It Is 1a beby the If you congh and want emed THE FALUNC Make a Turkish RugOf the Grounds of the White tCorrespondenoe of Tte HawkEj e WASHIXGTOX 01 falhnir t Tne leaves are wounds the Wnlte House of the fLT thelr varegated coloring oi tne fading and makinc thp nn hke almiulss Tu k only occasionally bowing before the winds to allow the will be elected by about ten thousand Ho is an able Private Secretary In private conversation with friend said I do not believe that the result of the election in Indiana will affect the presi dential nomination In as Treasurer Hustou to A democratic success would not necessarily assurefthe renomination of nor would a republican success precludelhb A great many other things must be considered in andlthe aggregate wisdom ofthe national con vention will select the right and elect him I have no more knowledge concerning thn prospects and intentions of President Harrison than you I kuow nothing of what he thinks or what he Intends I merely express my opin ion concerning the possible effect of In diaiiis present campaign upon thenom mation which will be made in Treasurer before leaving for home lasi is abso THE TWO mPEOPlES Gest as Their Champion Against Monopoly Tlie Combined fable Railroad Arruyed Agulatt the lllh Illinois District OoacrreHmnun A from the From the Rdct Island The coming election In the eleventh district Is one of much more than ordin ary It Is not merely a con test between Gest and Cable as Neither is it only a contest only between the republican and demo cratic It is a contest between the people and the entire Cable railroad Roswell the millionaire con was too for a democratic house to Then again the Alabama democratic cane growers threatened to bolt the Mills bill If sugar was free The sugar refiners trust and the excon federate cane growers bought npand bull dosed the last democratic house of repre sentatives to deny the people of the coun try free It took a republican con to resist these powerful and what is it took the staunch and determined purpose of such men as John Gear on the committee of ways and means to secure thiS great boon to the people of the Free sugar was defeated In the senate amendments to the house and was again secured in the conference committee only by the determined purpose of such men as Burrows and Free sugar will save fifty millions of dollars to the people of this country in one It will save it because sugar is the only article In the entire dutiable list under the old in which the tariff is added to the cost to the con Uncle Dont want anything from My boys make all those John Mister dirt Tell you my dear youll save millions hif ye shut yer shops hand sendyerhigh priced to farmin hor Youll gain and save by HIll give you the highcst price for hall the Raw Materials hl want hand hlIl sell ye the real Finished hArticle for hAlf so hT Ye see youll have hall the hadvantage in hevery Uncle but I guess facts are agin Spose ye heered of and of and of Injy they closed their or rather you shut them for and ever since they have been buyin an asellin cordin tew your TIIEIK MILLIONS OF SAVIXS John the capital of the Richest call round after eh Uncle I shouldnt advise For if the Protectionists carry the they will keep this gate closed and if the Free Traders why they will re duce the boys to Free Trade if to a breadandwater and how is your pauper labor going to compete with us rays to kiss the grasses and are now denuded partially of their power to embower the and the sun gilds the fallen leaves with tint which nn hand terrestrial can no brush no words this glory ofthe autumn is not permitted to hold with mistaken the head gardener causes the fallen leaves to be removed every night by his laborers and There was a they tell when the tramp dogs of this district used to make their homes in the White House grounds during the The fallen leaves were packed into the and underneath them the dogs burrow and aThe packing of the fountains prevented the freezing and cracking of the concreted and the leaves were carried away only in the Al present they are carting all of those leaves down to a dump by the and there making nighlly bon the stray dogs whose ancestors dwelt in the foun are looking through the iron grating surrounding the parked grounds and wondering by what right of might or might o right those human vandals thus destroy their winter They say that the litlle dog which acted as chief marshal during the inaugural procession which escorted Presiden Garfield to the capital on that snowy day In had been born in the fountain on the preced ing Christmas No matter how he came the little fellow acted as master of and no amount of noise or confusion could drive him away from the head of the Gar field having been the little fellow One more week of labor and battle will be There will be exactly seven teen republican majority in the next house of Of after the contested election cases have been the majority will be But the house will organize wilh jusl seventeen republican there will be four more republicans added to the republican majority in the and the country will be safe from the democratic party for some time to with the horizontal reduction tariff is still on earth drawing a salary as an interstate com merce commissioner but he will be an argumentive and Roger Mills a forensic angel practicing before the bar of heaven many years before this country will ever again be endan gered by a democratic majority in con Iress to unsettle our business and destroy our trade relations with the by surrendering the principle of protection under which our country has The restoration of the republican party in 1SSS made it impossible for a whole for the democratic party to bring our workingmen into competition with the mendicant laborers and serfs of We have every reason to be sallsfied with the way things are said Col of the national republican executive this He was opening telegrams and and dictating answers to a The information which comes to him dailv from every section of the from every congressional districl and evey enables him to see mTnutoly every portionof the polit cal like a good he gives directions for the movements of Ihe Senator Quay has said Clark son makes no John of BKSSaatB For OJ6DT lutely certain that Indiana will gain three congressional The state re publican ticket is exceedingly and that fact will help our congressional candidates in the three districts where there is always a fighting Sen ator Voorhees is making a campaign to save his senatorial but we will carry the legislature with elect a republican in place of Voor I am only sorry that Harri son cannot go out and canvass the slate for That would surely clinch mat If tlie democrats should carry the state and make any consider able nothing could prevent the renomination of Harrison in Whether it be true or the popular belief would be that Harrison is ihe only man who could carry I said bui wondered who would carry Indiana if Harrison should These polilicians who tie themselves to the coattails of any one man and cannot see beyond are not not wide enough between ihe eyes for Voters are goine All trains west are carrying voters for half We can buy round trip tickets to Chi cago now for seventeen which is the price of a ticket one way The state republican associations are working hard sending out documents into their doubtful The Mary land state association has been doing good service during the past two months and the belief is expressed that Mary land will send five republicans to the next but I do not believe She will surely send back the three republi cans now in and that will bo glory If the republican party holds its own in Maryland this year and it then the vote of Maryland in 1S92 will be cast for the republican pres idential There will be an extra session of con The president will call the extra session mainly for the purpose of giving sufficient time to the senate for the pass age of the federal election It ought noi to require an extra session to do this The republican majority in the senate ought to pass that bill under sus pension of the There is neither rhyme nor reason in the submission of a majority to a The republican house settled lhat question for all aud the senate ought not to be slow in following The majority should and the time is rapidly coming when the people will compel the senate to talk less and work or else elect senators by direct vote of the people as some parliamentarians abolish the senale There is nothing in the argument of the farseeing political cowards who say the democrats might return to power some and then they would carry things with a high hand and wed be gored by our own If that time and the majority of our peo ple elect democrats to manage their bus iness for the be they prohibitionists ought to let the representa tives of the majority of the people go on and legislate for It matters not which party is in so far as Ihe principle is majority should The race problem musl be and Ihe way lo commence ils solution is lo give to every colored and every white of every a right to have his ballot cast as he pleases and to have It Education will fol andit will be education of the higher sort The republican major iiy in the senate now stands confronted with a great public There should be no nor The re publican house honestly representing the majority by which has placed the problem before the republican major ity in ihe If there be any repub lican senators or too po litic to do their duty in the the people should send fair men to take their There must be no mincing of no no is oefore thesenaler and lit must be oiniii i ifcl i lit f J grcssman and from New York present chairman of the democratic national said to President Cleveland through Dan his pri vate in that president of the Rock Island and Pacific Railroad can carry means dis trict for almost Such being the case he concluded to keep it in the So he decided to hand it over to Cousin The following letter is copied from the files in Washington and explains it is given in full Flower Bunkers fi2 nncl a Exchange NEW April I MY DEAK Sin I forKOt to say to the presi drnt iinythinp in regard to the uresident ot the Chicago and Rock Island desired appointed at Rock You will find his letter on You will remember thnt Cable save five thousand dollars to defend the count of He has u great amount of InUuence In Illinois imd if there is no good reason why the ladv should not be 1 hope that he will be Hi am carry his congressional district for almost anything audit seems to me that this appointment should be It may be better policy to wait until after June 10 before making 1 met Clinton He sold lie would call on you and on tho president and lind out what was He is perfectly Yours very We publish this to show the ramifica tions of that democratic combination which defeated Blaine and Logan in 1884 by means of the count in New York City money raised by the Cleveland railroad combination being used for something more than to watch the Hen Cable took an active inter est in bringing about Clevelands nom telegraphing from York after the consultation of the railway mag nates there that he wanted to be a dele and his obedient servants in Rock Island saw to it that he was put upon the and helped to nominate the man who was counted in by the recorded vote of New York Cleveland showed his sense ot obliga tion to the railroad power thatmade him president by a hostility to the Hennepln so pronounced that its friends were hopeless of securing an appropria tion for its actual construction during the but kept at work for It jusl Ihe same il was only when a republican president and a repub lican congress were secured together thai there was really hope for the and that hope became an assured reality the first year ot republican The Cable work is now to break the power of the republican party in the house so as to create a legislative and every friend of popular every friend of home interests should array himself in solid opposition to this pro The Cable interests did not succeed in getting the Rock Island postoffice for their simply because they were less influential with Congressman Bill Neece than Boss Danforth of the They have had it in for Neece ever and as for they are biding their time and mean while simply using Past experience serves to show that the though grasping the organ ized of cannol do pre cisely as Ihey wish ellher in the con gressional district or the city A democratic nomination may be secured by but when it comes to election day Ihe people The people recognize Gesl as their champion and Cable as their enemy and their votes will be for representative selfgovernment and against monppoly Grar unit Gear was inore influential than any other member of the ways and means in securing free The sugar trust fought with the desperation of despair to defeat Ihe free sugar policy of Ihe house McKinley The trust defeated it two years when the house was and the Mills with Its tai on was then the glory free sugar McKinley bill is now their Sprockets sugartrust combination This is due to the fact that we produce In this country only about one pound in ten of the sugar which we con If we produced as much or more than we competition would regulate and reduce the price as it has on railroad steel agricultural cotton and woolen goods and all other articles upon which there is a Iowa will be benefited more than the entire amount of our levy for state It is estimated that every individual who is a regular con sumer of sugar will be saved SI a year on this one item Five dollars to each family is an item worth It means to the people of Henry a straight contribution of the republican congress to the pocket of the people of this Gear was the back bone and the inspiration of the free sugar representatives in the last con To him the people owe a debt of gratitude which they will not fail to re pay by their votes on the fourth day of If there be a it will only be In the cost ot woolen cntleryand a very few other ar owing to an increase in the tariff would it not be fair to give re publicans credit for reducing the tariff on on binding twine and on other which the last democratic con gress did not reduce Binding twine was reduced from two and onehalf cents per pound to seventenths of a centper This was in deference to the de mand of the farmers of the north It was resisted by such free trade democrats as of New York who Is a free trader only when Interests in which his con stituents are are con Congressman Flower is one of the leading free traders of He has even been mentioned by his party as an available candidate for the presi But when the republicans in in obedience to the wishes of the farmers of the proposed and effected a reduction of almost two cents a pound upon bindinn Freetrade Flower lew in the face of this tariff revision proposition three thousand employes in a binding twine factory in the city of New would be thrown out of This is about the average consistency of free traders A free trade congress led by of would not take the tariff off of sugar a republican con gress led by did take the tariff off of A democratic con gress refused to take the tariff off of a republican protection congress did take it otf in obedience to the de mands of the farmers of the A republican congress has increased the articles upon the free judiciously selecting such as we are unable to pro duce at or at least not in this until now one half of our Importations come in duty Repub licans revise the tariff in the interest of American production and In the interest of English manufacturers and American Foreign influ ences do not control In the revision of the tariff by Foreign trade Is foreign papers beside themselves with denunciation of the Mc Kinley The same papers praised the Mills Republicans revise the tariff in the Interest of the people of this while democrats revise it in the Interest of the British Cobden Merit We desire to say to our lhat for years we have been selling Kings New Discovery for Kings New Life Bucklins Arnica Salve and Electric and have never handled remedies thai sell as or lhat have given such universal satisfac We do not hesitate to guarantee them every and we stand ready to refund the purchase if satisfactory results do not follow their These have won Iheir great popnlarily purely on Iheir will buy a piano at Guests which if rpurchased In Chicagojor else where would costyou T Tr TheT Senators Strongand Logical Speech at A Rat Searching Keview of Democratic A Comprehen and AnalrtlcvJCxposIthm s of the One of the ablest and most philosoph ical speeches in the present campaign was delivered at the Speaker Reed meet ing in the Grand opera house at Bur lington last week by James For long years Senator Harlan has en joyed a national reputation as an but he took his Burlington by surprise on this Manyof them had never heard him and they were not anticipating the intellectual treat with which they were At his home In where he generally speaks on the eve of each annual the event Is always looked forward to in pleasant anticipation and no hall Is large enough to hold all the people who come to hear MrHarlan is ripe in statesmanship and in public affairs aud hehas a is pleasing and He withal an analytical method of consider ing public questions and as one has said of him In an argument he drives the spike clear through and then clinches it on the other He has a compre hensiveness of a clearness of a fairness of statement and a logical mode of reasoning that carrjes conviction to the hearer and leaves an opponent uncomfortably short of data with which to refute the proposi tion laid An instance of this is found in Harlans review of the tariff system of the republic Its foundation to the present The democrats denounce the yet they have never attempted to substitute any If it is a robber tariff in it is a robber tariff in part if it is all its component parts are bad and 450 million dollars annually must be raised to support the general govern If not from the from whence is the money to come And why has no president and no from the administration of George Washington to the present sug gested any other revenue system Senator Harlans AXD LADIES am very grateful for the complimentary manner in which I have been presented to this splendid audience the only regret I have is that the second gentleman referred to by your presiding officer is not able to occupy the whole time this I insisted that he but the chairman of the congres sional committee informs me that he cannot urge such a request on Speaker Reed on account of his somewhat worn condition due to the number of speeches he has delivered since the adjournment of So for the present about the best thing you can dvl is to listen to not that I have anything new or strange to I will to make one good point as I proceed that to be brief and give way to the speaker of the house of We are an immense audience to as I composed of members of the two great parties into which the people of the United States are and have been divided for a series of into which all free people di Absolute unanimity of ooimon cannot be expected where there is free dom of thought and Know ing where I and among whom I I want to say at the very begin ning that I do not think that all virtue is monopolized by either of those two great I am quite from my that it can not be claimed for the democratic party and as there are numbers of dem ocrats present here I want to fortify that opinion at the very outset by saying that it is barely possible that the people of the United States ought not to rely exclusively on the advice or the honesty of the democratic partyJ as to its honesty I will read briefly a fact or two that I have picked up from the journals of the country showing thai within the last few years there have been the following defalca tions on the part of leading For the treasurer of Alabama defaulted recently in the amount of 000 the Langson the treasurer of the over over for the pros sent I will not continue the Laugh of the leadingdemocratic states in this union on whose political action will depend the majority of that party in either branch of they ever do achieve a majority in cither and on whose votes will depend their ma jority in the electoral colleges of the states of the if thev should suc ceed in securing a majority of those elec cannot re ly on the democratic party exclusively for its There are many demo crats as honest as the republicans but as I have not trained with that you will pardon me for saying that I defy any democrat here tonight produce such a listof defaulters among the high officials of the republican party as that I have just read to There are no other ten states of the union that can furnish such a The only republi can defalcation here that I can call to was that of Superintendent the last democratic superintendent of public instruction In this Noreanlwe relyexclusively on the patriotism of the democratic party and its adherence to the doctrine of self As many of you heard to one of ihe leading fundamental principles of the republican party is equality right ihe law that high and rich and learned and white and shall equal civil and political as a corollary to such thai the majority of citizens must governAswe are not able to as absolute unanimity is impossi It follows as a necessary that the majority in a free country must gov I desire to in the second that the democratic party dont exactly adhere to this and they do noi believe in a government by the My first proof Is the result of the election of You all remember that in that presidential the republican early in the history of ils insisted that we should have no more slave That was the fundamental doctrine of the party noninterference wilh slavery in the states where it but free territory where slavery did not And the people endorsed this and elected a republican president and vicepresident of the United This appeal to the jury of our whole country ought to have decided that ques The democratic party did not think The controlling element of the residing in southern rebelled and attempted to go out of the and the Breckenridge ele ment ot the democratic party in the north sympathized and aided all they The offense committed was that the of the TJnited the presidential electors ofthe several states un had by would havejno more This Iwastthes tEeTDnjon tte de and oceans the th dnringy the succeeding year thejSeoprei of this decided votes j at nhe that the preservation of onion prosecuted to a snccessful t And the gavetnei a represent in branches ot the du cratfe party in Its national convenfloiL 1S64 resolved that the war had proved a failure and that Immediate steps should be taken to procnrevpeace tinder the existing conditions bl was equivalent to deciding t the country Immediately succeeding the snpp sion of the rebellion the people United States demanded and secured the adoption of the and 15tS amendments to the constitution tl United passed by about a twothirds vote In 1 branches in congress and ratified by t legislatures of threefouitha of the then represented the congress t United Notwilhstanding thfej solemn decisionof ihe people of United States through their 4 rep presentatives and senators in eon and their representatives democratic party against the decision and resolvedjin their national convention of 1872 that these provisions of the constitution of the United States should be ignored and V ireated as null and by the tion of Frank Blair as candidate for the vicepresidency of United Once more in 1876 the people of the United States decided at the polls and 1 through their representatives In con gress that the speedy recnrn to payment should be aud the con gress of the United States during i next succeeding two yearspassed a bill providing for specie payment in Notwithstanding Ihis decision peo ple of the United at the polls in the election of their representatives to congress the democratic party opposed this wilh all their mental efforts and went so far as to proclaim through their journals and their speakers on the stump that the return to specie payment was dosolutely Some of their brokers through the state of New Yorfc proposed to give as much as for the first chance at the tre isury of tha Lnited States in the demand of re demption in coin of the greenback cur rency of the once and I cannot proceed at length and In we heard from Speaker Reed this the people of the United States decided uur der peculiar with great two two one of which was presented oy President Cleveland in his very peculiar message to congress in December in hich he discussed no question what ever except that of a tariff and reconc mended that the congress of the United States should greatly modify and ulti mately repeat the tariff The repub licans accepted the issue and added one and thai m this country every male citizen of proper age and legal residence should have the right to vole just once and no more at each and that those votes should be fairly and honestly and we went to the jury of the people of the country on that and the people i at ihe polls by iheir votes deliberately I decided in November of 13SS for Ihe pro tection of American industries and equality of citizenship at the why are we debating this question here in Iowa and all over the court try Because ihe democratic party no respect for the decision tion by the people of the United at the If the people are able decide any that was definitely decided and the verdict rendered in election of General president of the United and Mortonv vice These same victuals have to be chewed over and over because of the dis respect of the democratic for the opinion of the masses of the people of this they say just what Cleveland said in the message to which I that the tariff js a tax and that it the cost of products precisely to the of ihe magnitude of the If any of you will take the trouble to look back at this message you will find that I quote it And who was put on the ticket as vicepresident with MrCleveland at the second in his discussion of the sub ject repeats what Cleveland had and repeats it over and over a that every dollar of the tax that Is levied and collected from the people of the United States under the tariff law is paid five times over by the con sumer of imported articles to the pro ducers of American He says that during the year the col lections of the customs houses ot the customs houses of the United States amount to that the people of the United States paid that amount into the treasury of the that the importers added it to the price of the goods and products brought In from abroad and the consumers paid it but that five times that amount in value of similar products to ihose taxed under Ihe eMsliug tar id law were made by the manufaciurers and producers of ihe peo pie of the United States and that the prices of ihcse home products wasen hanced in the precise so that in stead ot paying only as en hanccd price on these goods brought in from abroad the people of the United States paid a thousand million of dollars That was the way m which ihey pre sented ihe subject then and I the way they present it Not withstanding this how the people of the United States for some reason declined to accept their view of the subject and elected the republican candidates for president and vice presi Now I will state a fact or two justifying the conclusion the people ar rived at at that allow me to that we all think that a tariff levied on goods brought to ihls country for sale is a and it is for iho purpose of aiding to defray ihe ex penses of the The total expenses of ihe government I suppose for this current fiscal year and the sncT ceeding one will hardly fall short of four hundred and fifty millions of As Ihe country is constantly it may be that the national expenses may of you here are sitting the congress ot the United States and the question Is presented to you as it has been to speaker of the house and onr able sentativein Governor how shall we raise this very larga money We have ascertained to the democratic argument that It should not be raised by SL levied on goodsbrought hererfory Because If what they is that costs us ttveWdollars it would be a agant method of raising TheraS ought surely to be a way of raisfngrtha money afless Howshall it be raised That is that propounded the very first congress of the levieda goods here and they haveIkept it up year by year to our marvelousstateot cratie party is rightand foreign UntedjStat dollars asjiKeytj eversconvened   

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