Postville Post in Postville, Iowa
9 Nov 1882

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9 Nov 1882

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Postville Post (Newspaper) - November 9, 1882, Postville, Iowa Tote District Post. The District Post. M. C. Head editor. Yon dines about i lot Pirn in Petit is r a a. Hey Cann tn2 dutch Weller s majority in the District h f i-10. Good enough. We hang ont the prettiest Bird in the West and he has a right to Crow. The republicans a to this an of Well we should gent la rela. Our features. a the township returns Are not Al in. And we shall have to postpone full reports until nest week. The Cedar rapids Republican say Tama Jim Don t care to go to con Gress. Well he Don t have to. The enemy has been met and the Victory won. The calamity we cat endure and Well add to it another year with interest a a the Greenback party gains arc Over 100 per cent. Stand by you colors boys and Victory Complete shall be your Reward. Republicans say Weller was elect and by fusion. Yes fusion of republicans democrats and Green backers in Short a fusion of the people just what we feared All the the time by lordy the g. B s. Could t help it the following township officer were elected for Post township trustee e. X. Clark justices o the peace j. T. Clark a. Cook. Gilbert Johnson constables Haines Shepherd and swi Fison clerk Elli son Orr assessor Xiv l. Patterson. We Are not much Given to excuses but for the past two weeks we Havi Laboured under Many disadvantages one of our compositors left us la week right in the Rush and we in t not been Able As yet to Supply tin place. Under Ordinary Circum stau Ces the loss of help would not be fell so sorely but in the future we prom ise now that the main Rush is Over to do better or bust trying. Wagner nov 8,1882. Editor Post. I feel very much like King Daviu lid when he brought Back the Ark o the covenant from Gath which Hao been carried off by the philistines. The Book says he danced and Sanj for Joy until his wife was ashamed of him. I feel a Good Deal like singing so Here goes the Chickasaw Farmer made a vow that the Republican Eagle should be hitched to the plow. And that he would Bieak up the political Field that its fruits in the future to the Farmer should yield. For its yield heretofore had been bunco in Nap Doodle we will have it no More this bum comb Fiat Doodle. That stuff is too thin. The votes of the Farmers in the future shall win. I a t so he called up Tho Farmers by tens and by scores and divided them off by twos and by hours and sent them abroad o or Hill and through Glen to rally the Farmers who voted like Mena. For they met in the Field and made t Good the vow while the Chickasaw Farmer guided the Lbw and Well they slowed up the political Fiel that its fruits in the future to the b Farmer should yield. -. Or for its yield heretofore lia.3 been Bumeomb-Flap-doodlo., we will have it no More Elliis bum comb of Jap Doodle that stuff is too thin. The votes of the Farmers in Tho fun Ture shall win a been backed for our calamity the Farmer candidate diet Ped Over the Railroad lawyer % a Nice majority.  Don t you go Tommy i Faix t go the Greenback party kicks the beam at full weight the people s Guise Trixi Miliani and the Republican Bird election returns. Congressional. The following is the reported majority on congressman Updegraft Weller Alla Makee. 100 i Clavton. So i Chickasaw. -100 Fayette. 400 Floyd. La i  Howard. 258 Mitchell. 400 Winneshiek. 100 Weller s majority �10the following Are the majorities in the several counties in the Luth judicial District Hatch Cooley Oia. Ton1743 25u Layette ii a .  to Hatch s majority. 8.230 the following returns we clip trom the West Union Gazette thirty three of the thirty eight states voted tuesday and most of them went As Ailaine went for gov. Kent in the Long ago. The following Are the latest figures new York has gone democratic by not less than 150,000. Massachusetts elects Gen. Butler governor and a portion of the Republican state ticket. Pennsylvania elects the entire democratic ticket. New Hampshire gives a Small Republican majority and Connecticut a Small democratic majority. New Jersy is democratic As usual but Delaware narrowly escaped going be publican. All the Southern states have gone democratic of course except Virginia which elected the Ilavone ticket Indiana is doubtful As yet but has probably gone democratic ditto Michigan on governor. Kansas has gone democratic by Titi do. A in 1880 her Berubi Icaza majority was 00,000.Iowa Illinois Wisconsin Minne Sota and Nebraska have gone be publican by reduced majorities. Colorado Nevada and California have gone democratic. The republicans have lost Heavil in congressmen in the North and gained a few in the South. The democrats will no doubt have control of the next House of representatives by a very decisive majority is Iowa. The democrats elect Murphy to Congress in the 2nd. District Freder icks in the 5th, defeating James Wil son and Pussey. Is probably elected in the 9th, defeating Anderson. Col . Henderson was reported yesterday As be no elected by 328 majority. Weller in this District has 400 or 500 majority. Hatch s majority for judge will be several thousand. This county Sleets the Republican county ticket by Good majorities. Hatch s majority is about goo. A Waller s majority is ear 350. Hancock goes out of Fayette Conn Witk so majority. The Republic cab. Tote s very nearly the same As last year while the democrats and Green backers Jin crease their vote from 25 to 50 per cent., and where they combined being More than enough to overcome the republicans. Dispeeus&j3y. Tia a. 8th of tract is. Locis to. The phyaiciad9 in a Liard of this bid and Wel 1 known institution graduates in i Dicue and tur Gerr. Years of super Genoa in the treatment of chronic diseases have made their skill and ability �0 much Superior 16 that of Tolje Ordinary practitioner that they have acquired a National reputation through to their treatment of complicated cases. pro duo. Rom fun ing of Etious of the blood skin or Bonus treated with Suc Cees without using Mercury or poisonous med lanes. Younon e n old tho3a a Middle Ace who Are suffering from the effects of a Isaae that units its victims for bus Moss or marriage permanently cured at moderate expense. "ewt8t to eat ill by jul and Eire to wbk bib but where Poi Ible to Racli i pm so and invited. Nerio Oju preferred by pal eau Deli Ria Tea tout a ailed Nee 0 Auy addrow Ploc Italoa. Of nuni Amalfi Rizir trim rupture Bould Tead Lana learn oms Nota tru Azif co Muniz clan. In Nelly Ennd Togiai a of should be address Toso Dieks and soldiers Heiji from my experience in prosecuting soldiers claims against the government from 1862 to the present time i know that there Are Many soldiers who contracted some sickness or received some injury or wound Whilo in the service and Many mothers and fathers of soldiers who died in the service or died after discharge of disease contracted or injuries or wounds received while Iii service and Many widows and minor children of soldiers who died after discharge of disease contracted or wounds or injuries received Wiiilie Iii the service Are not aware that they Are entitled to pen Don us Der our Liberal pension Law. A a to ail such i will say. You arg just As much entitled to a As the Soldier was to his monthly pay while he a a asking his Lifa to save Lii country. Many who Are now drawing pension an entitled to an increase. In letters of inquiry Send Posta Stamps. E. M. . War claim attorney. Decorah. Iowa. Platform of luts . Ark Lii Fri Pakett or the i sited states. Aix Ted at chem so june a 1� 0. 1. That the right to Kiunke i null be Money is a soverign Power to be maintained a. The people for the common Benefit. The delegation of this right to corporations is f surrender of the Central attribute of sovereignty void of constitutional Sanction conferring upon a subordinate irresponsible Power and absolute Dominion Over Industry and Commerce. A Money whether Metalic or paper should be issued and its volume controlled by the government and not by or through banking corporations and then of issued should be a fall Legal tender for All debts Public and private. 2. That the Bonds of the United states should not be refunded but paid As rapidly As practicable acce rain to contract. To enable the government to meet these obligations Legal tender currency should be 5ubstituted for the notes of the National Banks the National banking system abolished and the unlimited coinage of Silver As Nell As Gold established by Law. 3. Thai labor should be so protected Luna Iona and state authority As to equalize its burdens Aud insure a just distribution of its Abor the tight her Law of Coli press Shoup been forced tit i sanitary condition of inns rial establishments placed under rigid control the Competition of contract i a Bor aborsi4i a her ssh Sod Tai sauce established factories mines and workshops inspected the employment of children in Ter 1 a years of age forbidden and wage. in Cash. 4. Slavery being simply Chea labor and Heap labor being simply slavery the importation and presence chinese serfs necessarily ends to brutalize and degrade american la or therefore immediate steins should be Iken to abrogate the Burlingame treaty. R. To Milroad land Grants forfeited by reason f non fulfilment of contract should be immediately. Reclaimed by tha government and henceforth ti6 Public Domain reserved is Ilu Rively As Homes for actual settlers. 6. It is the duty of Congress to regulate in or state Commerce. All lines of Commini is action and transportation Shutt lube Broulet Der such legislative control a shall secure Node rate fair and uniform rafts for Passan or and freight traffic. 7. We denounce As destructive to Prosperity and dangerous to Liberty the actions of old parties in fostering and sustaining Gigantic land Railroad and Money corporations monopolies invested with and exercising Powers belonging to the government and not responsible to it for the manner of their exercise. 8. That tie Constitution giving Congress the Power to borrow Money id declare War co raise and support armies to Provido and maintain a Navy never intended that the men who loaned their Money for a interest consideration should be preferred to the Soldier Aud Sailor Wiki per led their lives and a led then blood on and and sea in defense of their country Aud we condemn the cruel class legislation of the Republican party Waluch while professing Giett gratitude to the Soldier has most up Rusty do go imitated agqi�9t Luni and Iafa a or Tho Bondholder. A Shoup Boais Tim a committees a veto Power greater than that of the Prosi 81. We demand a government for the people by the people and for the people instead of a government of the bondholders by the bondholders and Fri the bondholders. 14. In the fur the Aiice of these ends we ask the co operation of ail fair minded Neoim we with individuals waged War upon class Lait Only against vicious institutions we sri not Content to endure further discipline from our present actual rulers who having Dominion Over Money Over transportation and largely Oyer the press and the machinery of the government Wield unwarrantable Power River our institutions and Over our life and property

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