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   Benton County Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1880, Vinton, Iowa                              GOYEBNOB HOBATIO he Statesmans Warning PwUaof a CwitniUwd The Republican lobidl Encronchmewts the XilmitH of The Positloua of the Two Con Governor Seymour recently delivered a political address to Iris fellow townsmen ol from which we make tho fol lowing regretting that want of space will enable us to give in full the words of wisdom that fell from the lips of the old man Governor Seymour said It most not be forgotten that this Govern ment is no longer the simple machinery it vrus in the early days of the The bucolic age of America is Tlie interests the Government has to denl with urc no long er thoso of a tmuxll number of iKnculturul clwl They lartttUo interests of neurly flfty millions of people spread over tin im mense with pursuits itnd industiieu of endless variety and grout iniLgmitude large cities with elements of pop ulation scarcely known here ia tlie early and all these producing teresw so powerful and complicated la their iffld so constancy appealing to the Government rightfully or that the requirements pf titutesmanshlp de jaanded In this are far different irbm those which a century Xhuae are not my If 1 had uttered it would be felt that I way harsh charge against the They Jire the statements pat forth by one of its spends from liis experience aa a mumlwr of the and ua formerly had a seat in tlio This dec laration made by Schuiz is olUcial in char It will be ao viewed in other nd will rejoice the enemies of oj men should throw ofi the burdens ot Dt und extricate themselves irom positions peiil it times should lie toachea false and iiiisuhicvous doctrim that KOV luient uud not honest toil and fru 1 that the schemes ol tlie not i sweut ol the coiupetenee to eu Much Iiaa been aaid about the absurdity tut How mucU more absurd aro Shermans teachings of flat In direction Sherman outstnps Deuuis Tho points conspicuous ill tlio flpccch luui jounmts of thu Ufpublicoii party tlint u this cleo on is a bebwon ttio XoFtnern and uthera in wWcliu victory will be a cut Kiiin to the Conner partytt c charge ut denuuLiiitloiift of the South an tuvd wit their designs to gee jurisdiction over and iiuiuuy over the interests d people of tlie as they ore the most portunt and varied that tue tvrm IM iccted becuiisu it Is word of obscure tlelbiittt and if it is substituted for o and proper title of it n char 1O the prosperity icid discussions tiuipoat four years that the ipublicau leaders have sought to bring into These havo been without any special uigulfl tenns generally upplicd to oincrent visions of the human race into communities forma of iind alt stilbholethfl of the Kepuhlican party uni oil who huve schemes forwhichthcywisl iiio public support at the sent o the inun who us ese terms never deiine their very ob thopurpi ithis LltTS o by the journals of th nd by the leading mum bexa ol that ratloiii forco upon our Are da the aud the confusion which press our Government duo to its character and or to the man ner in it is administered 2fo other subject so grave or so urgentIs involved in then only be curried on by nix e who may not always be at our com we have undergone e told thuC condition of us when we axe told that 11 pbysiclun of usual skill Is needed in our f It means disease and They are usually th vords we hear but a little wlJJo before jh crape uppn our doors infonna our tfeiglibo oftue nd it is clour that when thu population within the Ufntime of many befpr me shall have grown to oue hundred luUlioi and the complicfcted interests of our conntr multiplied that ourGovcrrane was adopted with the solemnityof aCou term which told ol ral In offered which nt the people of thi uitcd states constitute one All o ie Bepnhlican members rotecl for i threw some lightupon the charaeterot our So iar is it from doing this that it jnply tends to maKti thut obscure which was earlystuted in our There is a words United the which is ii oaflict with the purposes of Gartield am is They do not hat tliey aim but we Ib cok forninoro jurisdiction AVU t confront our in lustry and endaancrs our EVILS KOX DUis TO THK COSSTITITJ Is Ihis aHairs due to the structure f mir oito theyirayithas heel ii ourselves with questions adopted Whether it was formed by a compact between the or by the people of or by the people in their prlrnaiy Individual ca it is enouirh for our purpose that it L an indissoluble bond of nuloii that it makes i General thi rights oLpcrsons that allthesi aro equally sacred the dissolution of thi destruetio of oflines which Umi their respective would each be equally revolutionary and disastn TVO read the Constitution ii most conservative tfovurniuent in beyond any other rights 01 persons and of minorities urcs out with earelul teruwtlie JuiT It gives citizen rights o so well guarded that asmule mai with repird to defy the Govern nlthouKh it may act under the every citizen but It pluccs thn 1resi and and States under the of the Thie isto aci an impartial arbiter between and nj all questions which concern the Jurisdiction or tho rfelits of This method of de lining and securing tho rights of all dupurt and tho liberties of the in un taiown elsewhere ijitho Even in proud of what it calls its constitu tionai and of the protection thrown around its Parliament i it unjustly destroy and prop crty there is 110 TJic Judltiarjitsdlf is but slat its er destructive o whatthey term tuofr constitutional principle an unconstitutional law is a dead law AIIUBKS CAUSED BY TUB As to the corruptions and whle ure set forth by let aa see th positions hold by lending lEepubHeaus wit lcsard to are those whi have been iutrustcd with the duties of ad mhiistiation and who seek to hold power We have seen that the methods of those wh havo controlled public atfairs not th Constitntion of the United States have cause tho dangers which threaten In thclirs place the candidate of the JicpubUcan openly expressed joy thut thus enlarged its to use hi own hu is Klad tltiti it gravitates tl Ho not only wishes thoGov ernment to but ho Is willing thut i do so bv indirection and subtle con He does not say as he should do 1 Government that it should be made by ope it about by ihe use doubtful speak particularly about his as he the exponent of the great has placed him in nomination for thcT Tho lenders in the canvass 01 side are tlioflo that hold places as Senators o aa Cabinet or important positioi under the present AH them iti and in some ask that powers should be increased by taking from the people some of their home The say m Give to us yourrights of makin laws for yourselves we can taku care of you interests buttcs than you Every deman Jurisdiction for the Gineral Govcrnmei is a demand for the smTcmler of righto by th people in their their counties or Garlicld openly expresses hifi sn1 islaction and if he is elected Ires that the Government should havoinor power than it had when Washington and Ad unis und Jefferson and JucUwn iUlcu vUi ocutive jle says there bus been a und that there will he more by force of tation nut by tlie popular not cluuiEU in tho Constitutinn in a regular but tin and power will add will by their weight increase a grow until they are up to the lull measure hia lie njolces to see this done il way against which It is that tlie liabits lU a Irte rfhould Inspire those with its ad iration to conUnc themselves within th MHTLtlvu conscitutlonul the exercise of the powers of one depHrtmen upoi of all the depurtn whatever lor AJastci r ilistriliution i boiiclH d that these were the it would be the attack uj l the preceilcnts t ia he toli i II tnt ill He in Wli j hurtful Held in tho minds of thoughtful mei nadc upon him by Ms political i ini bv Ills political oppt as iarlteld h betTiat whore thasc comiptlo andls the best man toilial with Another member of the Shi iiiiin Secretary of thi takes adifli nnr view of tie state ol affuirs from that Rl im by his follcariucIII dwells upon the bu nesss prosperity of our Overloo Ing the inuustry of oar the favoiah sewsons that have rewarded their hibora wi ample the demand for our produt from other lid claims for thu A the gratitude of our people f itll their havA no unkindly fee imjfor that he himself u s when he is TO OOP and unjust to the laborer of tlie not the stauwmanship ot thn but t statesmanship of the blessed by i Idllo our proMHrity not tiic ConKressbufthc toil of lalwr in all In another he He duiw not warn Our imngiT which the change iiy called the OivU sho ames of more than scvenly thousar idd from tho This does the lot in to wo aro more he Senate of which 1 am a gives jost of these men tlnir places directly or In They depend upon conilnnatlon by s of the residents In view f this usuullv sends In the names of he does we throw them e numbcis of those in tbe List aro notacted upon by our yet s a rule they hold nutter those wo they all look tout for If we can Hike the Civil List up to a hundred and fifty aousaud weshaUbo able to hold our places The things most In tho way are the of the 1 have thought much about JulmQumcy Adams onco vrote some poetry in which ho put in tue mouth of Jefferson these lines If we can not change the things Tho troubTesoma nfrins in the Constitu tion aro the United the hey tell of States and other rfehts than those by I do hot tho vords Goneii aa ittellsol other mts and Status there ixru soroo h as Xatioii and which tliose who made the Constitution would not In They were kept 01 antby their I wa that led the Com e of covering their and at the same time allo all who havopolitical theories inconsistent h our Constitutionto feel that they fa eir In its primary sense the wi utioa means those of common and ppiics most aptly to tho smaller uivisio rof those of co correct significance it is cable to our who a In ita more cotnt i poUticttl In this jrtainlynot i populaUor m use it sig ijj from the rto the most elevated political organi it is said we are IL the torm gives no idea of the charac of onr own but it lea1 oae to infer what he pleases ot Its id that thos the ten Jhey har asion to speak of tbe Jurisdiction at Wash we always lindthat the men who use e many likft Senator Blainc lo call It aSoveruigu in favor ol iffcrent construction ol the Constitution thi as heretofore Garlleld openiy tates he says that the viows heir v ant rejoices that our Goveminent is gravitatinj more thatihcyjavo ic plans of that distingulshcttstatcsinan o ie worils of the As they do this to dcvelopallrthoir whichwould excite alarm particularlj the unisk their purposes and tc they use word as Tin connection with sectloaal COntrpvcr BOtlmtftmay be felt they only have in iwtho strength of the It is this idea which gives their phrases a measuro of thu Itenubiican They ulso t Tcixt in their discussions to carrv the dua that XationiUity means aomethinj favor We to the interests of the Sorthl We chnrgo the purposes of the Itcpnblican leaders BE WJTII TUB iat they endanger the tho an ie safety of tho They drawto the ational Capitol hordesuf moo who haveself ish and corrupt who tempt olliciuls K Union upon which they and y laws iramod by i ajT tne letter of the but with its spirit und the geniu all our political both local ani I havo already briiilly sketched the listorv and features of the ivil set to tho language of Schura ie evils whlci now prevail about the Capl itod subjects which aro improperly carriei hero I have stated that th cpubllcau leaders sccte to increase this evj tate of things by vriuinilnx the Jurisdiction BO that the increased ourpopula tho growth of nil Its business greater more uisoi Wochiirgo that thoi covertly to bring about these result ue animated by selfish purposes of ambition ii or lust for which mak indifferent to future consequences hey can reach the object of their uod Republican we pray you intlulKf In sectional bates butit you w e lod Into such warfare at least look and si hat you are to suffer more than those y eok to Do not shut your eyes to th act while the ill to you hi ndthat IDS wrnt Tm SOOTH adcr cover of which you aim warretl upon It must not be thought thut the chango which men seek to make hi the character iovcrnment by the use of the words IS ind Xntionalinaii and by the construe which thev mean to put upon ate only to the theory of politics that their illuencos are too uncertain and remote to bi They affect usni hey not only threaten but work disastri iterant of tho fanners of the Western Stati uud to the business prosperity of the whc We know that chuilp transportnt itts led to the Rale of our farm products imil has lilted all kinds ol roin the depression which a short time stno The ability to sent we make and raise to the markets of th vorld at cheap is of more importance 1 ihcXorththanto Theproductsof tl alter aro of a kind that do not suffer from tl competition of Eu markets which wo seek to A fcrcnce iu tho cost of will pi r groin and provisions trom gotus abroui nline tlie rates ior currying ll see how tliey uv to Kuropca will s n all sales in large wuy We most bear IB mind that last year th ieaacs of the General after d ducting nil that paid for Of ii or principal of the public wa han one hundred and twentysix mil This was for the ordinary expenses o This great increase of expc ton was right when ho said that Senators bould holdlor lam glad that onto in J ID did not like L hut said everythiug Thi our Coustl the hat for the itiou to strDce If we get our ptonle to usothem hey villfall into the habit of looking to otlicr We have got this under 1886 all our party in the Honsa of R entdtives voted a isolcmn iesolution that was a Sovereign Wo rrava faces when we did It taught us as uuch aboutour Government as if to shovthe irerogativcs of tbe lYesidcnt we hud with jqual solemnity declared that he was an indi iriduaL The world is full of are many Iinndreds of of all frofl he Sandwich Islands up W the Bussl Their habi suKOS range iron of the IHng of who kills en each day for his healths t hat Nations do not it and r Leilue their character aa u 3he word Nationalism niiri dilf crcnt meanings to dlfti nt due if we are Urmlv seat a we can tell the public what aeun by it onr definition will be that vantiooro jurisdiction for Government this neons more cost fo Tho addltio will give to ijenatoi PERSON AI Alii Miss FLORESCE JlAiutrATT red on a readinj tour wliich may ex nd United S VON the has had a rokc of paraiysis and lost tho use of s right j HESBEKT SFEKCEK begins year tour of the going from Eagland the Doited i SEVERAL professors of the Kazan are preparing to Shakespeare into the Tartar Miss who has made specif ady of American is fo de ver a course of lectures next n Ancient j THE Sultan of Zanzibar has snt an der to the Mission Press at r a completefont of Arabic and r a native compositor to iperial JAMES the most prolific of re mt English is an infeessant He rarely walks does consider physical exercise orative of brain SOMEBODY is making an indea to the odical literature ol the It will ccitpy and showprhat a1 emendous amount of writing been Caused by the physical pains Buser s of the human Miss EMMA well known as the ithor of several bobkj of ap roved excellence for childreK and a uxtrUmtor to Wide Sij Worli and Play and other maga men to do more i thus made to offi lore patronage I id as often as I Iwill strew ley are tbe shibboleths of our Ld of all who huvo schemes before They sound and many think they lift us up to a higher rankfts a people be put in list ot tribes and ot barbarous or xmcivU zed But we must tate care that tho not get alarmed at theldea of more more We have the most to those of the for in nine o their great States there are more than naif tbe people of the But they have onr eijtlitcen Senators out of t unfortunate that we told tncse States pail threeouarters of tho taxes led by Wo must Jceep these ts from their We must stir np tho hate the South and make them feel while Sationalism will help it will hurt These plain words ffive you the theories b Gartleld and hia Iriends ftbontthis cle and their for the Wb Nationalism is a Turn from Ganields letterof acceptance that of He bows to tlie de of the He accepts its he Is Imbued with Its faith ita terms td him are sacred his earnestness shines ontin every and when he sweari to support the Constitution in its letter and ipirit we know he means to do Thosewho only chose wordfltotell Its but pntriotismi like has its Xortag which noatsinthoiflnd saveu tells so much us ours of the history character the Government it ropre SL Its sWpes recall the names ol the Tho States clittcr upon its blue lie who would strike one star from ts place or who would blend or blur thcso so that they would toll only of wure has latent treason in deep and immd significance very being by tue flres of not a stripe upon Its tharu la astar upon itsazure that has been made sacred to The appealivhlcl homes to the battleHeld was to rally aroum thu Stars and Stripes and to uphold the Tlmy wlUIhcvermakeOurllnKan un meivnincthing they TiiU aec to it that it TO mains a true emblem of tho spirit of our Con Uy the peoples vote Ilancock will bear this standard on to Tictorjin till contest as he has heretofore done on th bloody fields ot He him learned from it the Kniud puruoses of the Constitution by the of the slid and solemn aspects of tbo bloodHtainei earth and the Hying ttroana of men when the StTURKll Was Ho lltt l lesson of not not in an by personal amhlnon schemes of plundi tbe lesson of duty tc and o obedience to its laws and by our oppoi that a Th oldi are inconsistent when we plac er at the head of the Govurnmenl prity Of doing this depends upon s LTOWU out of its Increase of jurisdiction subjects which can be more wisely and economically administered at their With all the confessed difficulties set forth by Schurz itrovinK out ot and varied interests ut Washington and in the ace of increased the Republican leaders aro urging more iurixdlcilr the the man and tho nature the service upon which 1m has beeu The has fouKht only fi promote schemes of or gratify iccf Inns of hate tautfhtupoii thebattlr Held only lessons of force and Bi have dared theperils of war to fro their eounljof an independent to ieslst hostile In or to uphold it uirainst reshitance its tislitful have their minds fill with objects enuobhnf and pa With intellects fiuickenisd by all the dangers and excitements of tho thev see cienrly than other tho value of obcdie and the doty of sacrificing all tor their countrTs It wan in this schoo that Washington leiirned the sraud duty o laying down his sword and retiring to prlval life wlien tlie world thought he would claim crown as his This so constant gave mm nia It wan intheuauuj under JlkeinjQl ences that In Jtour of victory curbed llLi flery lln submitted to injustice and becau it was imposed upon him by a Icffll Wbitm If called to the 1 sbould doc it my duty to with nil my in attempt to impair or evude thu full ulfcct of the in every t section and is the suprct law of the IHafleld Scott lie who has learned to obey rightful a thorlty has been taupht tho CTCat lesson whi ntfl him to exercise lie wh ruvuroncos the laws of his country is the righ Ho whohasprovu devotion to its interests is the one t we can trust the work nardlnir and protecting Therefore w ilacid mm in and cointo th cuitest with the Jlrm faith that we shall ell the positing of President taxation and more oonfu ji which the Government e its revenues conceal their full su ho pay but they tell no tlie less in their results upon ithesuKarhiyo 3 taxe your Bv general consent they rvjednpon aitlrfcs of Thir Ae mSvantuuB of J t again State Government 1 11 sionso unt paid by Sl iMiklnETtii under the phrase of National They that they hlnill le intrusted attitude of Gartlcld and see if it Is one loyalty to its It Is the and h if the Constitutloi they V juld DC thought ol a who sh substitute for the clear tones of vague and unmeaning which ob way carfleld trcati the law which mi the life of our In view of his cffor chanjjto the OiustlluUonby sulistitntiiuj ut the Coi which arc weak how Gar Wccai t lo his own words witn Hi ssys am r from Ohio tor United A BepubUcao THE Republican papers we ob trying to make political capita out of the fact that stocks and bone tove declinedslightly sinceMaine dis appointed They nrge that th decline is an evidence of the fear whio capitalists feel in regard to a Democrat Administration of an that this fear is the best possible aret merit in favor of the election of Garfiel It is a poor rule that will not wor both us try this one Maine elected a Kepubiican Go emor by and within fortnight we had the m s destructi linancial earthquake the country h ever In 1878 the Republica carried New Cbnriectio andHew making Iar gains from the Befo these Kcpublican victories 1ennsylvan Kailroad good quo ed at and other stocks stood at corresponding After the victories a decline at continued until bedrock was prsw tically Then reactio tha benefits of which the who country is now We may r mark that Pennsylvania Railroad soar are now higher than when the D mocracy nominated their candidate t i and legitimate stoc haveadvanced at least 20 du in the same Every sensible man knows that t business and financial machine ni itself to suit itself that a victory or a Democratic victory has more real influence upon the raarke tnan upon the climateof an that if the inexorable laws of finau and business so ordered values wou decline if were the Presidential supported by Congress composed exclusively of t spirits of just meninade Th latest Kepublican bugaboo will sea and onlyjseryres t desperate pitch ol JRepubliCan fortun RtjniMimn FARM ASB WARMED OVEH Stale cream biscuits can bo so nicely warmed over that none can object to eating They may be broken and a quarter an hour before should be dipped separately into a bowl of clear and replaced in the baking n in the They should simply be ated but not brown As A remedy for grabworms a corre qndentof tho Earning Post recom ends the use of coarse He says Jast autumn I sprinkled over my which was troubledwith the hite grub that of the June out a bushel of salt over about every nndriid feet and as niucU more lis before or during a heavy this sum jrs long drought my lawn is in ex llent Take six or ripe tomatoes ding a small alittle and little tablespoouful of alf a tablespoonful of the same salt and a quarter of a teaspoonful pepper set on the fire to stew slow wnen it has boiled until the toma es are thoroughly add a table oonful of half pint of and little cayenne pepper strain it a put back in d let it stew until it adheres a little i the SECURE PEBFSCT WHEAT of New says Asylum at SAJLA pictures Henry Iiaboifchere of he London Truth as of ex and welldigested a a diplomatist of nearlj venty years a shrewd finau a brilliant a incisive public a man L a man of and a man of says be has made a pai able in the House of WIN the author of Tho ight of is the second son of obert Coles a Magistrate fot He wasborn June and Kings and waselecied to a scholarship at niversity Oxford obtained the SBwdegats prize poetn on the feast of the English is regarded s a sort of vlitcrary has been before the public as author since he is only ortytwo years This is the more ingukr because his fame restsupon xtensive scholarship and earnest in of topics that men seldom master until after middle He was decided to be n author at and had read more looks at fourteen than most young jieu at When he graduated a1 trinity his professors said he lad best stored mind of the their Miss of has just celebrated the ono hun Iredth anniversary of her She loes not appear to be more than seven rrlive years of age andis in full pos ession of all her She has ived all her life near her present las always been her and for fiftyfive years eaten bui wo meals a She had ier photo graph taken on her one hundredth birth lay for tho sitting in an old asuioncd straightbacked chair vas bought by her ancestors two hun dred years JiUthohgh she has ived opposite the track of the Norwich fc Worcester for forty and has had six three vhom have been conductors and throi in its she has never stepped upon a steam The gmdhigmill saves but I onbt think is sufficient to ac oinblish all we My plan is to ratTselect the shell and hen grade thro wing away all the Sow this selected seed nd do not allow a weed to grow with Repeat the selecting process and ontinue to do In this way ve not uly great yields but combine with these the improved This recess involves some but it is a ibor that mil be well CHEESE Put about a pinl f water into a saucepan with a piece f butter the size of an the least it of and plenty of black When tne water boils throw fradually into it sufficient flour to form i thick paste then take it off fire nd work into it about a quarter of a ound of grated Parmesan and WE suppose the man who was rocked u the cradle of the deep slept in th ied of the river whe eep n h o grew THE oyster would live fot eight year if ie had a but heiskeptin such a stew that he dies young of heart friend Jones frequently tells o deas flitting through his mindl Ideas ind nothing in Jones mind to obstrus researches at Pompeii men lavs failed to come across one sign1 of No Trust Those were days for an honest man to Detroit Free THE elephant puts on 8 lot styl but it takes agood deal o conceit out of him to be shown th jawbone of IT is easy to stump Rhode 1 grand stand is erected in the middle o the State and the thing is done with single Parties of the oppas tion go into Connecticutnntil the spual ng is A CERTAIN little damsel being aggra vated past endurance by her big brotl or fell down upon her fcuecs an cried 0 bless my brother Tom Ho he he All boy do us girls dont j A GREAT many look at life vdry muc as one who rides backward looks out o a car Everything seems to b going ahead while he is falling behint in fact he is getting ahead all th time and very Tran I Ail exchange prints a lengthy artici on Science at space Science at breakfast away with four slices of ham and half a dozen eggs while yonr visa vis is unfolding THE Norristown Herald says that u less a man can thoroughly and ictell gently describe the effect of chemico physical influences in the evolution o branchiaod or subclytral air passages in is nsdless for him to apply for a positi on the Boston police you liave only bee toarrnsd and aAmost ever day you come lo me with complain about your You ought to b ashamed of Daughter But he fights me all the Foolish child Havent yoarmothe and mie been every flayfo thirty and dont we gel alor peaceably and quietly with each ot Isbustin up dis meetin let me r said Brother Gardner to th Limekiln dit de pusson wh sots out airly in to mind his owi eves open to his own has plen to see to an take fcecr an de less equmts at de of hia feller tra elers dc easier it will bo to bony when he gits Let us now pe colate down JQclroit Fr THE editorlaid his halfsmoked on the and the dro ping in to talk matters perchi himself on table and sat down i ihe by he sadly slipped off his high sea You are lukewarm in iny caus A replied the the old iircs arc still Ai then u great fell upon bu such a profound silence th for minute you jhigiht wve heard fum ae whites of two beaten up to a jet the paste rest for a couple of hours nd then proceed to fry by dropping aecesof it the size of wamut intc of Serve sprinkled with very fine AJrxon Otm wellknown one of Akrons oldest merchants and ibe leading druggist of this in ormed lie initer that irithqnt cXcepHo sale of the Hsmlrarg Drops was tbe most sat jthing he had ever list uuprccodented was olelj to its ions seed no commt Such emphatic exprev dt on our E of tho best things in the work o give a after he has been driv js a quart of oatmeal stirred into a of It refreshes and strength iris relieves his immediate thiw ind prepares his stomach formore solii Dallr Edwta Clerk Snporlo adds his name to thi Facobs He certlflos to 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