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Benton County Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1880, Vinton, Iowa BENTON COUNFY HERALD Ojffkud Paper of tlte City and Coun JULY Srvle wish it distinctly understood that not to lie Held accountable r tin sditlnip wldcaspromulKated Jo ol Homer Is nscnt t and is autliorlzed to collect money IlKBALD5 agent Itelle Ttiitsrat Is the HEIEALDS accnt for W HKSBrfDAVis is the flKKAUJs agent for F is the agent jUoiAjuisox aseiit is the HKIUIJJS agent Democratic National Ticket rbn SCOTT IIAXCOCK of of DEMOCRATIC The Democrats of the United Stat in Convention assembled declare pledge ourselves anew the constitutional doctrines and trac iious of the Democratic party illi Irated by the teaching mid example along lino of Democratic statesm the form of the last National Convention to centralizatio and to that dangerous spirit of e which tends to eonsolida tlie powers of all the itepartments one and thus to whatever be t form of a real despotism sumptuary laws separation church and state for the good of eac commorischools fostered and pioteete honest raone consisting of gold and silver and pape convertible to coin on T strict maintenance of the public fail State and and a tariff for re ernie subordination of t military to the civil and a gem al and thorough reform of the civil se right to a free ballot is ti right preservative of all and mu and shall be maintained in every part the United existing Administrate is the representative of conspiracy onl and claim of right to surrouud tl ballot boxes with troops and depu marshals to intimidate and obstruct tl and the unprecedented use the veto to maintain its corrupt and des insults the people and im perils their great fraud of 1STG upon a false count of tl electoral Totes of two the cand date defeated at the polls was declare and lor the first time i American history the will of the peop set aside unden a threat of militar struch deadly blow at o system of representative governmen The Democratic to preserve tl i submitted for the in Grin and p triotic faith that the people would pu ish this crime in This issue pr cedes and dwarfs every It in poses a more sacred duty upon the pe pie of the Union than ever addressc conscience of a nation of execrate tlie course oftli Administration in making places in th civil service a reward for political criin and demand a reform by statute whic shall wake it forever impossible for tl defeated candidate to bribe his way i the seat of a usurper by billeting villaii upon the resolution Samuel Tilden not again to be a candidate fo the exalted place to which he was elei fid by a majority of his an from which lie was by tl leaders of the Republican is re ceived by the Democrats of the Unite States with and they Geelar their conlidence in his palrioi and unshaken by the SM saults of a common andtheyfur therassure him is followed int the retirement he has chosen for him self by the sympathyund respect of hi fellow who regard himas on by elevating the standards of pub lie and adorning and ptirifyin the public merits the lastirr gratitude of his country and his party ships and a living clianci for American commerce on the seas an on Jfo discrimination in favor o transportation o of the Bur fd more Chinese im migration except for education foreign and thereiii care fully money and public credit for public purposes ant public land for actual Democratic party ib the friend oflabor and the laboring man and pledges itself to protect him alito against the cormorants and the com congratulate the country upon the honesty and thrift of a Democratic Congress which has reduc ed the public expenditure i year upon the continuation of prosperi ty at home and the national honor above upon the prom ise of such a change in the administra tion of the Government as shall insure us genuine and lasting reform in every department of the public Rosecrans will stump California and Oregon for Hancock and THE value of the taxable property in Iowa is TIIK Democratic Stale Convention of will he held at Sep tember Tin Cherokee Press and the Story Comity Watchman have lioisted the names of Hancock and En glish at their Still they Capital In There is a mistaken idea very prev lent not only among farmers but the public that little capit is required in the business of cultivatin the when the real fact of the case Hint the farmer requires more capit in porportiou to tlie business he than either the merchant or manufae He has more unproductive plant so to express thanalmost any oth occupation He has first purchase his farm and the belt those are the more successful he will I in his results and from want pecuniary means he is compelled topu chase poor cows and other whic in are dear at any Agai whatever he invests he can hardly en pect to in the way mo than once in the whereas the me chant or manufacturer turns his capit many times in the twelve Tl farmer puts his seed in the an until it matures his capital lies dea and the processesof nature cannot b When the crop is gathered is not sold for but is put into tl barn to be fed to his Acalfinu be fed two or three years before it suitable to send to the butcher as bee and all this time the costis dead capita Tlie farmer purchases manures an fertilizers in the Spring he buys h and to these mustbe added the 1 Say the land is laid down to grass the first year he obtains small en and for several seasons cann reap the full benefit of his iiivestmen of time and He sowsli wheat in the In one year lie w have his crop and perhaps sixjnonths more it be sold thus r quiring eighteen months before he re izes any money from the tnvestmen so with all other grains and crop must wait long and patiently tor h A merchant frequently pur chitsesgoods on three or1 tour mont credit and sells them before the hot become realizing his and on without a cent of The f i mer rarely enjoys any such chances The merchant says the interes account is an in h calculations so it is with the farm equally making great Jnroai into moderate Supposing tbe to illustra this idea of should comtnen with his calves and at their birth eharg them at such a figure as they are real at three months of 6s timate their adding interest o first cost for ninety and the cost at six months go with tho same and so continu until his cows or steers are sold T think that he would get an idea of tl interest account in this way which 1 never before The unthinkin when he talks about tho fa mers not having to consider any intere is very far from the trut Some of the products of tbe farm ar sold for but very few fr is nearly always sold on thr or four and the capit which many large milk dealers d business in our cities is furnished b the We do not wish to be understood a discouraging agricultural fanning into est it is the great basis of the nation and without it no countrj could It is undoubtedly tlie mob healthful of all and brinj us nearer to nature than any othe But our object is to show that there ar two sides to as to all other matter and that in making up ones mind upo the subject there arc many things to b All is not rose colored i nriy occupation the merchant is nc iryin his tlso in his jut neither of these occupations can b carried on successfully without capita tnd the matter of interest account ilies equally to The Certainty of When the political field is looked ove carefully we fail to see where any dem ocrat can for a moment doubt the dec lion of Hancock and English or a re lublican seriously entertain tlie slightes lope of the success of GarQclcl and Ai We base our judgment on thes acts In 1876 wits ran t was only the frauds in three of th outljerri states that deprivcilUic demc raticparty of their honesty won victory ven with the three stolen states thi epublican party could only muster majority of At the present time republican party concedes thattbcsi hree states are and tha heir electoral vote will bo cast for Han This with the slates tha counted for Tilden in give ood majority of Conceding lie loss of these it is only arryingsome of the northern states Kit were carried by Tilden that the re ublican party can hope It i lis hope that the more sanguine are uilding not stopping to think thai ic democratic party is in the majoritj n these and that the whole vote f the party will be cist for f Hancock would get the votes that ilden got and no he e But he will not only get IB votes that were cist fur but We fail to hear of an emocrats that voted fur Tilden in IS7G jatwill nut vote for Hancock this but hear of plenty ot democrats to horn Tilden was and ho did not vote for who will vote r In a large ac jssion has been received by the demo party of republican voters who in not support Gurfield on account of s bad record as a and ho are indignant that a man smissed by the present ould be placed on the This enient will rebuke the party by voting r the democratic In addition all this the large Grant element of e republican party remembers with tenicss the open statement of the tiGrant portion of the party that if was nominated in Chicago they llemembering and cling indignant at the means used to feat their they feel under no ob gations to work very hard for their opj and many of them will vo for Other circumstances w tend to swell Hancocks vote over T but we mention these few in o delto that Hancock will get mai votes that Tilden did not Gettii those arid losing none of the IS vote as far as we can we can n understand how the republican par can seriously hope to elect their pres We do not believe they have uiui and that is the cause of the can paign being so Xo one rccogniz the fact better than the leaders of tl and they are wasting but litt time and practically letting th campaign go by The jubila feeling of the democrats will bring 01 their full and in addition to tl southern states we will certainly carr Xew Xew Connection and and have strong hopes carrying lUinoi and Califorui Certainly we shall carry one or two these and possibly Kew Ham About the only state that is loo ed upon as absolutely certain for Of he will can some other but out side of th state there is hardly a state cou not be wrested from him if the dem cratic party needed and would speh one tithe of the money the republic party will DAILY accessions come to the Ha cock and English Hurr sen of had out a pointments to stump for Garfield an changes his meetings to Hancock ju lees Peter Republican leader is out for the Democrat ticket an JTew have tala the stand at the very front for their o commander at the Hancock ratificatii meeting at brother of Cullen Bryan and both heretofore acti made speeches for Ha cock and and put down the The newspapers are coming to The Chicago the Wew York Tru the Era and Forneys Progress all R publican are outfor Hancot and So are the independen The latest acquisition is tl Philadelphia It says As tween Hancock and Garfiel independent voters will find little diflj cultyin making a Putting n faith in the platforms promulgated b either and taking nostock in the the Record as at present a declares for Hancock and Eri The best hope of the country li in a change of The pa ty in power is thoroughly an there is no promise of amendment the election of Garfield and wl in some sense represent the corruptio it is desirable to Let us have Ir says Garfieli it will be my purpose to enforc obedience to Constitution an the The laws make it a crime for member congress to sell his in fluence for TheV als mate perjury acMme and Sx th 1 he laws in regard t bribe taking and perjury have no lwa3s been strictly enforced inth district of Does M Garfield mean that if elected he wi see to it that ever bribe taker an perjurer within the limits of th District shall be brought to justic and punished The Constitution provides tha the candidate receiving a majorit of the electoral votes shall be Pres Four years ago a deadl slow at the Constitution was struc 3y several men belonging to th sarty to which belongs Theygave the office to the candidat who did not receive a majority o he Electoral Does Mr Garfield mean that if elected h will see that the men who invented carried and consumated th iraud of 1876 are properly punish ed Garfield was one of them Garfield says that he shall rely for support upon the wisdom of the intelligence an patriotism of the and the avor of What right has he to rely upon the favor of God who n the name of God to a lie N A Grand The democratic party has a iroud and eloquent With a history reaching back nearly one lundred it has fought anc jvercome every political party that wd an existance since the founda tion of the It has een identified with every great public and its histon S the history of our The democratic party has al upheld the die pow r and tlie glory of our protect the rights of American itizens on the high seas and vindi ate the honor of our it fought 1812 against the bitter pposition of the They ided the British all that was in ieir and when that grand Id democratic ras fighting the last and chieving the crowning victory at Orleans that closed the federalists of New England assembled in a secession con ention at Hartford for the pur ose of withdrawing from the un The democratic party fought le Seminole and the Florida nd the Mexican war against the of the And in ie civil war the statistics show iat the democratic party in pro ortion to its numbers furnished soldiers than any The democratic by or by war has ac uired every foot of ex qjting that has ever been dded to the United includ g our own beautiful and fertile and all the country west of e The democratic party has ways been the friend of humin Under the administration of the elder when by ihe authority of the odious sedition law men were thrown into prison fpr no other offense than that of speiifc ing disrespectfully of the the democratic party rallied to their defense and overthrew the admin istration and the party that had been guilty of so great a crime against civil When by tjie terms of the alien law all men of foreign birth were subject to tic pulsion from the country by order of the the democrajic party took up their and the iniquitous which woijid now be a disgrace to any firstrate power of was expunged from the statute When that powerful monopoly know Ss the United States bank had be come strong as to control the legislation and the bi iness of the co its industry promptly r When KnowNothingism raised ifs hydra and its cowardly voti ries conspiring in secret against all men of foreign fije great democratic throttled andstamped out the hideous mon Antidemocrats trained der trie banner America shall Be ruled bv Americans democrats declared that United States should continue to be a homeland refuge for the oppressed of all and that whether native Amer icans or men of foreign should have an equal chance in the race of democratic party has always been the friend of civil and persc4 nal It has at all times been the guardian and defender of our At tlie Front with Far at tlie fnmt with Down the impregnable TIirouKti the ot tinwar dumb Victory uswl to Cnlnily the soldier and surveyed tlie When tht Hems flKlitiii was Out itt tlw Bunt Virtorvtlicn upon Iliuicock uSmlllwl through tlie waste ot Still at the front was Iliuif Holdhix the llmol Strom for the ciiuse or Justice against Flrmlv the soldier Sloodtonhcliu Just as he stood for UK uuloii Through the fierce days of fidil Sonat the front Hancock UatlicrU from all the Hail to the soldier Honored in peace aud wir Surely he rides to Hot the writes to n frien in Virginia I hope you will do ever thing you can for lie yre always a good friend of A good friend of an infernal gu ivhile Hancock was fightis the battles of tlie of and Pete of JTew Greenback cane dates for President and VicePreside ai have come out in favor of Han abck he man on Tvhom the fondest hope of tbe Republican party depend is E been recognizet as the champion liar of j An officer fit for duty Ihi would abandon Ins post to elee ioneer for a seat in ought t be Hayes in That was tlie year Garfield ieft tli and ran for and it struc his case But we havent hear of his being scalped He will hav written which is the foundation of all Its car4lfc n dinal principle is the gfeatest indi The responsibl of the Ecpubhca vidual freedom consistent ivith pub lie order andpubliq Heves that every man should hav the right to pursue happiness r his own provided he does no infringe upon the rights of It is opposed o classes or of It op posed to all unnecessary prohibi or or curtailmenl of mens personal The democratic party has eve been a national It opposec secession in New England as as in the It is opposed t all and to the dangei ous of building itself up n one part of the countrj by whole sale vituperation and injustice t any Its principles are s just and beneficient that ithasac herants and followers in all section of our and among all na During its existence has witnessed the rise and fall o the old federal the whig pa the antimason the know nothing and tlie freesoil anc abolition and it has more followers today than any other party that ever existed in the coun And the grand old party live on and on a hundred yearsiaf ter the present republican pirtv shall have died and fallen into riief ited No Donlit About The republicans are entitled to alljlie sympathy they can extract from a pje lief th party for the monstrous crime that over itbrew an election by the people in 1ST is not wiped out by an act of any con Another sreat concession to the Han cock English This time i is Leonard the originate and organizer of the old Union Leagu and one of thestockholders of th NewTork The following resolutions was adbpl ed at a convention Garfields lie publican constituents in Ohio six yeai ago We arrange and denounce James A Garfield for fraud upon his constituents in circulating among them a pamphle purporting to set forth the finding o the investigating committee of Con gressand the evidence against him in material portions thereo were omitted or The same pamphlet is now offered by Garfields friends in answer to the proof of his guilt in the Credit Mobilie bribery It is the only answer wiiieh they make to that UNLIKE who when in viced to accept the nomination for Con when a soldier in the active Celc that he would consider it honorable to leave the service at i tim when the country needed the senice o every James Garfield took went home and stumped hi district for while on full paj was resigned his commission and left the boys in blue who had lion orod to fight the battles for tin KEPOKTS from all quarters indicate ihat the Hancock aud English boom increasing clubs are being formei throughout all the doubtful states and general satisfaction and enthusiasm pre The old soldiers both Democrats ind Republicans are rising enmass in favor of the hero of wh fought through the good fight till vie was Those soldiers who marched with him oer many fields ol jattle do not doubt his ability or patri Republican lies only brightei jat Indiana is one oC the doubjiit The assertion is ou a par some others that have been made Cur ing the present If they al prove as worthless as the opinions upon which the doubtful character of anas vote is they will prove very sorry investment for those take any stock in The telegram published in the associated press patches of in Join New is made to say that the Hoosfer state is sure for the is on a ar with others of a like Sir is an Indianapolis Atone time in his brief career he was called to Washington to serve in a brief and fitfcl capacity in the treasury Outside of being identified with whit s known as the aristocratic circle if republican politicians in New is in a position to predict a politi cal result in his state with about as much accuracy as a farm boy Poses He no better facilities for udging of the sentiment throughoir he than one of ourneighbors ova n Park There are portions of he state that he has never been inch opinions as to the probable result if the election in can be hid or the isking of any obscure republics They arc riot based 01 ivy estimate aud we altogether lrv Indiana in begin with is a ernocrutie The republican press ill admit Every state tbe supreme the ority of the legislature is democrutii he last state convention there tlie most enthusiastic ever known o the On the contrary the epublican convention which nominated Albert Porter for antagonized large clement of tlie party by refusing o recognize the claims uC tho northern ndianiaiis by giving the nonVH IVhy in tliu face of all the tte should be regarded us doubtful ie democrats is one of the incongruities the republican The ilem arlv is nowhere inure compact f than the Iloosicr tlle Colli hey 1 if the state ticket and neutralize the ate of Ohio as a presidential factor lould Buckeye state go to tlie Indiana is an October cmocnititt and the rcpubl ay as well reckon its electoral vote to It go that wajfs The great question among monardi pica governments now is how to keep of a former association intheir subjects at Even Canada n known as 1SCHSsin5nieasitres to prevent cmi ive brought against the to tllis r THE following sentiments from tin Vermont shows the consists ency of republicans in their denuncia ions of secession Should the demo cratic party succeed in clectini Han the northern states should at once secede from the Her people vould better If o affllia ion with southern whelps in n politiciil They will do to raise colton for ur but should not have any po itical rights with Tins is a north rn and dont you forget MY received from lead ng 2Tew York both of the egtilar organization and is o the effect that Hancock will certainly arry stati by a good round major Jersey is also certain and Jounecticut and Indiana almost equally I think our chances are at least ven for Oregon and nd we have a good lighting chance in Illinois and Wis Jouit names of formerrepublican lea ers have been edded to the Hancock nd English Loveless of Smith Horatio King expostmas ast general anil Bullock of Each of the above mentioned ersons will work for the success of the emocralic THERE is a split in tlie liepublircn ial district arc tlie October two candidates having liich will show a democratic majority This will give the Democrats the county put of old soldier at poor bomls upon tlie market hf Wlrad a and they were all token at par bjback pension iimountiuj to and ma will receive mouthly Attorney at Oflice one doo north or the I FARM FOR Eighty five S miles south o balance o long llunning 2 goo dwelling fruit and tiiu her on the with cro given Practitioner of medicine and midwifcrj nfilee unl residence over Smiths old restaurai IOWSL where she may be found a all hours when not out sional calls promptly Uiy or Justice of the Peace and General Co licting and lieal Estate Bout a Justice of the Peaces and Collectio Benton uvuxtti NICHOLS Attorneys and Counselors over Ixirecs aotl BROKER OF REAL ESTATE AM PENSION lUiliALD Fifty located la Benton and adjoinl also lots anil other res and are now offered for sale or trad Call ou at tlie HJEILVU Office befoj a TM Physician and ton All calls will receive promp aitd hope by caudor and diligence t merit a liberal All classes of surjr operations pcrforuictL ti IT is well enough to be oti the snf especially if life is at A 23 cent bottle of Woods Balsam of Honey Hotirhound and Tolu is a cheap Insur ance in preventing and curing Couglis IThoopilig Asthm and all Lung and Throat Affections Sold by Brubake and THE BURLINGTON GAZETTE Is the oldest and best known Democrat ic paper iii it is published dailj and the price of THE bj mail being per and of TILE WEEKLY per postag THE GAZETTE Is a fearless exponent of Democrat It aims to be and claims to lie good furnishing its readers with full telegraphic all the lead ing market plenty of soum Democratic and a choice selec tions of miscellaneous matter for familj SPECIAL AKRAXGEMEXTS Have been made in view of the cam by which TUB DAILY b mailed to any address from now unti November for cash in advance So daily paper in the sucl advantageous THE WEEKLI will be sent until December for 50 Subscribe for THE and yo will receive a paper which you need no be afraid to let your wife or daughte Address all orders THE Iowa Decidedly True That the cheapest and bcs route to the Summer Resort of Mfnnesota VIA IOWA ROUTE The tt is the only line by which the passen ger cm get a TJfKOCGH CuB BURLINGTON and all intermediate points to MINNEAPOLIS THE HbHTON 11ECLIN15G CIIAIliS CAJt ire run over this line between SL Burlington and Minneapolis without A full line of Hound Trip Excursion Tickets on sale June at all Coupon Ticket Stations to the delightful resorts oOIinncsotx These tickets ire good or GO days from late of but uot oiiger than aud are sold at a arge reduction from regular your nearest agent for Genl Genl Ticket Agt Svle Froprietori of the Chipped 10 Shipped Direct for Square and Ip Sevennhd lMftflin TheMeriden Purchasing COS3K newspapermen Htf palil at with a able give a line 14 X 18 view n 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