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Indianapolis Journal Of Freedom And Right (Newspaper) - September 20, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana It h \ i Journa of Freedom and right by t. J. Sharp amp co., 20 n. Delaware St Indianapolis Indiana. A weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of liquor Doralen Brewers Tol Iacco and Cigar manufacturers Ruuard and other gaming table makers Etc. Pub listed every saturday at $2.50 a year in Advance. Six months $1.25. City 20 . Ppr Slont lib Page ab1.e . Entered at the i St office As second class matter proprietor. 181, 183 k is Illinois Street indian.\p0li8, Indiana. Popular prices. A first class bar connected with the House. A. Abromet general insurance agent office Jetna by , . Indiana. -0 represent the Tell owing reliable insurance companies Viz Ietna ins. Co of Hart ,�49.98 Ford ct., Kasji assets j new York underwriters i 302 .,2 i.41 Agency North British and Cantile of in Glam Springfield f amp m. Of 7,30,000,00 san Nirchi old mass., j Howard ins. Co. Of new �00,000,00 York Germania life ins. Co. Of 300,000.00 new 1 Ork in Iowa the prohibition party has a full state ticket in the Field and their candidates stand pledged to the following declaration of principles 1. We recognize the traffic in intoxicating liquors As the great a Ocial moral flu Ancial and political a til of the present age Liat it is one of the worst relict of barbarism that it has always been the moving cause of crime and is therefore Fubie Ravic of our Republican form of government and should be overthrown. 2. We believe that in the Security of tie Home rests the Security of the state that woman is by her very nature to lib acknowledged guardian of this sacred sir Iii that intemperance is its greatest enemy therefore we claim that tie daughters of this common Wealti As Well As tie runs ought tul get allowed to say by their votes w hat Law should be made Tor the sup lip soil of the evil. H. Tie if peril. By tie next Lingis Lattire of Iowa of i see to Ilij clip it of Theca ioof1bi a i it Iraq i my known As Quot the wine and Deer As Well As sni h other to Una Phi Bictory Law will Render its in Ivisic ins Iii Ine in the Cuini Tileti sup Pic Siim it the liquor Tia flip. Ami also Iii of our Static institution in due f ji7n. Ami at a Early a Date i As , t i Render Cir i Ulii Story a ratifies lieu Anent Anil Iii Iolite. La there were ii thing lacking to con Vince the people of Liis Robin try that the Teinja Zerante Iana is Are inca rally insane the above three Sec inns of their Owa stat Quot lat Brm will certainly Supply the deficiency at Lea it so far s All Liose Are concerned who possess sound unprejudiced minds. How ii Siulc people could arrive at any other conclusion surpasses Over com prehension. Their demands Are so unreasonable unjust not to say ridiculous that we cannot for the life of us see How any rational set of men can go before a free Liberty Loving people and ask to be placed in Power to be Given the right they already have the will to crush out every be tire of personal Liberty in the state. We cannot believe that the people of Iowa arc so Blind to their interests and to the interests of their state As to place a set of men in office who Are sworn in secret and pledged in Public to carry out the principles embodied in the above sections. If they Are All we have to say is the Nios stringent Law the fanatics could possible pass would be too Good for them. Utile ins m the temp mice howl ii / Paul schuster notary Public and commissioner of deeds. 20 North Delaware Street Indianapolis Indiana. Little has a wading in the Lake i say miss Beanblossom bees you one off dose de Branze howlers Yat mine Fauter he Reades so much Aboud Soo dimes in Der Joi Xai. Of Frk Skom Rke it und vat vants Ault Der ditch ans ter nod drink some More Beer und Schops Quot a irritably Quot you Good for nothing Deutch brat i m a temperate lectures and belong to one of the first families of Peoria Illinois. My Mission is to destroy the accursed rum traffic even if we have to drive every Beer bloated Deutchman and whisky guzzling Yankee and irishman out of the country. Cold water is the thing cold Wati a is the thing you lit be brat Quot Litti a a up to his Knees in the Lake and a genuine Deutch Grin on his face a Meiu gracchus miss Beanblossom if Vou Beis such a Goot Freind ter Der Colt water Vust Pool off ver shoos und Roll u scr pants und come in i Ciemny gracchus in Vas Soo noise Quot the Monitor journal expresses a supreme disgust for a paper with Quot Patent in sides As it is pleased to style it. As the Monitor journal is too worthless to be granted a we Are not at All surprised at the jealousy it disc lays toward papers less unfortunate. The Monitor journal is in t Happy be Cavise the Joc Xai. Of fee Dom Axi it a i Iii Patent insides Quot and ail sell so readily at $2.50 a year when if can t Filini purchasers at the starvation a Ricc of si.00 a Yar. Well we do feel sorry of tin Monitor journal but we can t help its misfortunes. A fanatical paper tells us though i ice letting to mention How it found out that. Quot Pennsylvania spends three times As much for liquor As for this Widd indicate that the people required More Lipior than bread and very full illustrates the irishman s position when he said Quot if bread is the staff of life whisky is like itself Quot the templars add Cate the prohibition Organ of Kentucky olfers Gold watches and chains Gold headed canes and the like As an inducement for agents to to get up clubs but c. H. Browning editor of the Temperance lie former of Desmoines Louii offered $ too in Cash for an agent in each county and with the View of raising the Money to pay his agents $000 each he went to stealing cattle. Browning is of w in jail and we fear his agents will have to wait a Long time for their i 00. Fanatical movements. From the Monitor journal we Are informed that the next meeting of the Quot grand Temperance Council of Indiana Quot whose object is to Quot unite the different Temperance organization. For the suppression of the liquor traffic Quot will be held in Indianapolis not. 13 the. This Resolution was passed by a fanatical meeting in Vigo county recently resolve do that we respect idly request the political parties for town comity and state officers men who Are not offensive to the Temperance work. It is said that n ii county Indiana alone has Twenty six Tern j Era ice unions. At this i Rale there must be Over two thousand in the i state. T t n wednesday of last week Mitchell Indi i Ana had a prohibition Jubilee and All the speaker decl Areil openly for prohibition no matter How it had to be of Tuiach. On the Rioth inst., the fanatical Summers held High at Merom i Liana. It is claimed 1200 people were present and the Way rum Sellers were lampooned was not slow. Reichwein s Hall s. W. Cor. Market and Noble its. Indianapolis Indiana. Choice wines liquors and cigars and c. F. Schmidt s fresh lager. Philip reach went proprietor. Peter Zimmer go defies and provisions. No. 299 South Delaware Street. I keep a Choice assortment of Staple articles and delicacies for the table also crockery Queens Are and a Fine Stock of pure wines and life ours. A Sweet scented Trio. Not Long since a High sounding fanatical Temperance howler claiming to Hail from Cincinnati Ohio made his appearance in Nashville Tennessee accompanied by two Young men and there opened up Busi Ness in the Temperance line the former As lecturer and the two latter As singers. It seems that they were very successful not so much in reforming drunkards As in producing them for the lecturer by the sleek Ness of his Tongue and the charming music of the singers soon succeeded in making a raise of a few dollars and then in getting drunk. As soon As he was sober enough to travel he left Nashville for new Fields and pastures Green in the meantime the Sweet singing Oil by men were detected stealing but one of them run away before the hand of the Law could get its grasp upon him while the Oiher was gathered in As the Hen gathers her Brood and is now serving out a sentence in the state prison at Nashville not for singing Temperance songs but for stealing. Of i f 1 u u i r to >4 to �0000 a teak or s5to �20 a Day in your own locality to risk women do As Well a men. Many make More than the Lount stated above. No one can fail to make Money _ w a a any one can do the Woric. On w a a a urn to 82 an hour by devoting your $151 m site Tinl amp Lono Abl. Pim Iii a us a. Any my Bubines before Jno Pam Tena by Quot Quot term Afree samples Worth �5 Caffi is up ourm ind or Yoni. Elf a Jujj fanatical Baltimore. Quot coming events cast their shadows form the following which we find in an Exchange it will be seen that the City of Baltimore is badly afflicted with the fanatical complaint and it is but a question of time when we will be stricken Down by it. Read and study this item the sunday question continues to agitate Baltimore. The latest development is a proposition to enforce the Law in the Case of the newspapers and their proprietors Hare been notified that hereafter their employees will not be per knitted to labor on sunday afternoon and night in the preparation of their monday morning Issue the Gazette a cents situation and announces that it will hereafter keep Ita office closed from saturday night at 12 o clock until the same hour on sunday night. It expects by do ing some extra work on saturday evening and putting a Strong Force at work As soon As sunday has expired to be Able to produce As Good a paper As usual on monday morning. The other morning papers will have to follow suit but the sunday papers will suffer a Good Deal if the Law is impartially enforced. Good Sug Greston. Quot Marcucio Quot our Lincoln Illinois correspondent in his letter this week suggests that the Liberal minded citizens All who Are in favor of personal Liberty organize at once for self Protection. That is right. Let every town and City in the United states organize at once against the foolish fanatics. It is the Only Way they cac be kept out of Power and the sooner we go to work the easier will the Job be accomplished. Some powerful Trutich we Are indebted to Louis Kalber esq., of Brazil for a copy of the Bowling Green review containing the following Friendly notice of our paper. We Transfer the item to our columns through no vain glorious feeling but because it contains More truth than is usually crowded into the same amount of space and the people Are be giving to recognize this fact notwithstanding every fanatical howler in the country is trying to create Public opinion against the paper by denouncing it As a rum Organ a paper that upholds drunkenness and All its attending vices. There is no Field for a prohibition paper in Indiana and in less than twelve months More the Jour Al of Freedom and right will have succeeded in Quot flooring Quot the last one of them. People want an honest consistent Temperance paper and such an one they 6nd in the journal of Freedom and right it seems to us that the loud and prolonged howls of self assumed saints against the Jouk Al of Freedom and re Jet Are All nonsense. The Jou Kraf of Freedom and right does not advocate the cause of intemperance but of Temperance. The liquor Trade is a driving Branch of business and has rights that should be respected As Well As any other business and the liquor men want an or an As Well As churches and political parties. Such an Organ is the journal of Freedom and right and in its fight for its supporters it deserves respect. Our patrons to be sent to the Penitentiary. The Monitor journal of last week says Quot the journal of Freedom and right is fishing for Money Quot that it wants Quot the Poison vendors Quot to support Quot it Etc., and thinks it perfectly horrible that we should solicit the support of liquor dealers or even ask patronage from anybody but in the same sentence in speaking of itself says 8o let us go work with renewed vigor. Get up Large Cluis for the Monitor journal All take an interest right now Don t put it oif any longer let us work together and inside of two years we can Maks it a Penis autary offence to sell liquor in Indiana. This would indicate that the Monitor journal is not Quot fishing for Money Quot a no no not at All it just wants to Quot make it a Penitentiary of sense to sell liquor in Indiana Quot that s All. A very modest desire indeed. We believe there is a Law on our statutes providing for the sending of lunatics to the Asylum and Why that Law has not been enforced in the Case of the editor of the Monitor journal is something of a mys Tery. Verily the fool killer is derelict in in his state news. Tie Richmond free press was sold at Sherifi s Sale last week. The state pioneers association will meet at Indianapolis on the first of october. The marshal of Greensburg arrested a notorious murderer named Ben Morgan at Knightstown monday. According to the Volunteer the receipts of the Shelby county fair amounted to the handsome sum of $7,000. Reason Lane has been arrested at Brownstown for the murder of Asher Elliott of Washington county. Lum Reeves a Young Man of Seymour forged a Check for $40 on his father after which he took Greeley s advice and went West. The Southern part of Noble county was visited by a violent hailstorm saturday which did much damage to the growing crops. The county commissioners of Randolph Cou Ity have announced a shortage in the accounts of sex treasurer h. P. Punt of $11,000. Rel Ecca Sharp a Young lady of Crawford county committed suicide by drowning in Blue River near Sharp s Mill one Day last week. Hugh Mchugh of new Albany a watchman on a Coal boat was drowned a few Days ago in the Ohio River under Peculiar circumstances. John Dunn a fireman on the Wabash Railroad was run Over by a train and his body literally crushed to pieces at Lafa Yette tuesday night. At Vincennes last monday Jim Alexander of the starch works and s. F. Horrell editor of the commercial indulged in a Little Knock Down argument. Adaline Harrington the divorced wife of h. W. Harrington who recently had some difficulty with j. W. Gordon of this City has entered a suit for $20,000. The moulders at the Ohio Falls car works at Jeffersonville who la ave been on a strike for several Days succeed in petting the Advance asked for tuesday evening. Terre Hii ule bet a. Or. N. S. Wheat has recently purchased the Chicago brewery Terre haute it Idiana. Of or. Moses easter and put it in thorough repair. Or. Wheat is Well know i in Terre haute and that part of the state having resided in that City for a great Many years and the Quality of Beer manufactured by him is equal to that of any other Brewer in the country. We cheerfully recommend or. Wheat s Beer to All co Summers knowing As we do that it will give entire satisfaction. Send your orders As above. Was the prayer answered ? Martin Luther declared that the ii St Brewer of Beer was a pest to Germany nit prayed that god would destroy the whole brewing news. But it appears that that prayer has never been answered if it was it must have been in the negative for we understand that the Quot brewing business Quot has not been Quot destroyed Quot yet. If brother Luther wanted god to answer his prayer he should have made the prayer of a Wise Man and not that of a fool a we say Jool because it is Only fools who ask for impossibilities and unreasonable things. It certainly was very foolish to expect god to destroy a portion of his works even though requested to do so by As great a Man As Martin Luther. Why did god create a Gambrinus if not to be a Quot by ewer of Beer Quot 5iew Jersey aroused. In our next week s Issue w la appear an elaborate article from the new York Sun showing the spirit of the friends of personal Liberty at Newark new Jersey with full details of a monster demonstration headed by the German citizens on the 8th inst., in opposition to the prohibition fanatics. The demonstration was prompted by an Effort on the part of the fanatics to enforce an obnoxious sunday Law. Over sixty thousand people joined the procession and 1 marched through the streets with bands of music and banners bearing various motto presenting upon the whole the largest and i most imposing demonstration Ever wit nested in Sewak we did no rec tit the i article in time for this week but it will Lead just As Well a week later As it will be found Good Reading any time for friends of personal Liberty just be and right. Being to drunkard s news. Unkuri b to o is her husband a prohibition preacher the Lafayette widay times says that the Ajili Quency of or. D. A. James late superintendent of water works will amount to about $1,500, and that col. Behm attorney for James has assured the water works committee that the amount win be made Good by a relative of or. James. New York City furnishes 130,000 children for tie Public schools Geo. L. Shoo Fly Weber the wild Deutchman of St. Louis and every where else who represents one of the largest wine houses in the United states Lias been in the City All week and As is always the Case did a big business. He will leave the first of next week for Vincennes Cario it. Vernon Mound City Paducah Litchfield and other Points to take orders from his old customers and As Many new ones As May wish to favor him. Or. Weber has his pocket museum along and will give an entertainment every 15 minutes. His new song is now out and will be Sung Only by himself which is Well Worth the Price of admission. The proceeds Are to go to the support of a widow and orphan he is the orphan. Lia Teli Striner out. Those of our friends from this and the various other sates who visit our state fair which begins the 29th of this month Are cordially invited to Call at the office of the journal of Freedom and right and make it their Headquarters. Our Latch string is always out and will take it As a favor if our friends will Call and see us while in the City attending the state fair. Of. I make them answer. The protective association of Desmoines Iowa for the county of Polk has through its Secretary or. Louis Fritz submitted the following questions to the respective candidates for the general Assembly in that county and recommend a the friends of personal Liberty in every county in the state to request answers to similar questions by the different candidates 1st. Are you in favor of the retention of the present prohibitory liquor Law or in favor of its repeal 2nd. Are you in favor of making the present prohibitory Law still More stringent i or would you favor the enactment of a Judi Cious licence Law i 3d. Will you As a member of the Gen eral Assembly vote and use your Besten a Deavors for the overthrow of the present prohibitory liquor Law and the enactment Ofa Judic ous License Law j this is right. The people have a right. To know whether they Are voting for their friends or their foes. A similar course will be pursued in Indiana next fall. We Call the attention of our readers to the 1 card of or. Fredrick Kissel the More will i singly Bluit we can testify from personal sex i Prience to the Superior Quality of his i native and imported wines. Many a time have we driven a few squares out of our Way to enjoy a Good Glass of or. Kissel s wine. He knows How to handle them and he Sells at a very Small profit. New paper. We Are in receipt of a new six Colura Folio newspaper hailing from Lafayette Indiana called the saturday evening news and published by i m. Hoover late of the Home journal of that City. It is one of the neatest newbies Little paper in the state furnished at the very Low Price of 50 cents a year. It is just the thing Lafayette needed and we wish it Success. A Quot St Quot we have a subject from Lincoln Illinois on our tables for dissection which we shall probably be Able to reach by next week. It is Tough old Quot stiff Quot and we Are having oui instruments Putin extra Good order for it. Expensive Uberty. Frank"re�o8, the leading Brewer at Springfield Illinois pays $1,300 for the privilege of Selling Beer on the state fair ground during the fair. Thus it will. Be seen that Liberty in Illinois is very expensive. With Ono Hui lord thousand women on their Kneel i toll you a wave of prayer would go up from this Laad that would make the drunkards tremble and the whisky pollera . That is perhaps the reason Why the Quot on Hundred thousand women Quot do not get Quot on their Knees Quot because the ladies Are no fonder of trembles and quakes than an a body else

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