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been ardor tUe largely for especially, success possible they to and a United main has be t'i gain best of State their programme money the tbe applied dis this by flat to party their natural allies, they have found the course of that party hostile to their Interests here, and dangerous to their Interests abroad. Fiee trade ruined Ireland. Free trade closed its mills and factories, and brought its people to poverty and want. Free trade has made the condition of Biitlsh workingmen the most pitiable of any In civilized nations. Free trade has driven thousands of Irishmen from their own land, and free trade would make their lot In their adopted country equally miserable and deplorable. The Democratic party, that professes to be the Irishman's friend, now advocates, and has advocated, the same policy for America that has cursed Ireland and driven Its starvlns subjects from home. No Irish American should be deceived by its promises. No Irish American Bhould bo misled by Its dangerous teachings. Whatever Democratic Democratic speakers may say for campaign purposes purposes the Democratic policy has been the cruel bane of Ireland and will be the cruel fate of all who harbor and encourage It The men who are now making the brave fight for Irish Independence, ought to know more about what Is best for Irish interests, than demagogue Democrats, who are playing every trick to win back the Irish votes they have lost. An Irishman wants no better adviser adviser In Irish matters than Charles Stewart rarnell, and Paniell condemns in unsparing language, the free trade policy which the Democratic party would force upon this country. An Irishman wants no better authority on the cause of tbe decline of Irish manufactures, than Charles Stewart Parneil, and rarnell says that British free trade broke down Irish Industries. An Irishman wants no better friend to tell him of the safe and wise course to follow to build up Irish industries industries and enablo Ireland to compete with other nations In honorable commercial rivalry, than l'smcll, and rarnell says, " Protect Irish manufactures with a protective tariff." you for of and all see take could print if until pay very Page blat-ont the Major tang little the Capt of with. over and why

Clipped from The Des Moines Register16 Oct 1885, FriPage 4

The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa)16 Oct 1885, FriPage 4
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