J. Maurice Finn

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J. Maurice Finn - POLITICAL JAC'KALfl. liilltnr NowH-Ueoonl. Dear...
POLITICAL JAC'KALfl. liilltnr NowH-Ueoonl. Dear Sir:—fs it not sickening.to witness witness tlio unblushing cheek and imj>i- dencn of tho political jackals.of the tiiiK'sV Men who are bolter fitted ito follow tlui scavenger wagon,than, they are to Utail, in tills age of the .general dill union of knowledge, are posing as Ihu friend of hi.bot* and as political r,e- formcrs. . I think you will find, by a closo.oxanv inallon of Iho subjcot, 111 at not ,Qne ,qf tho professed friends of tho laboring man, ovor did a thing to help any,qno. An article in Iho Ironwood Times of last week, in which Maurice Finn, the democratic.L-andlduto:for congress ;frpnv this district, is lauded to <the sides as . the friend of the laboring men of the district, is enough to make any thoughtful thoughtful laboring, or business man, slek. To put professional agitators at the head, as the friend of labor, is preposterous. TJio men ,w.ho havo the ability, norvo and necessary means .to start new .Interests .Interests of any ,dls,trjlct, n re the, true friendst, not only to the jabqrlpg, but to alt Interests. In .this district and tho northern peninsula .qf Miqhjgiin, the men who have furnished the means and brains to build up and develop the ' lumbering and mining interests, whereby whereby tuns of thousands of men have been glyen employment, should have the credit due them; Of what good to any community, arc such men as Maurice Finn and others ' of his llky Do they produce anything, unless it is discord and discontent? Are they not loaches, filching from the hard earned wages of the laboring classes, a living that they are too lazy or too incompetent incompetent to gain in an honest way? ' Any man who attempts to make the laboring men of this broad, free land of ours believe that his employer Is his enemy and that the political jackals are his friends, is an oneiny to mankind and should be hunted down and placed whore he can do no barm. The democratic party in this campaign, campaign, and in fact in every campaign, banks on its ability to create discord and discontent. If their teachings had weight and produced a losling effect, how long would it be before we would have to in»et a condition of things in this country, worse than the political discord and convulsions that rendered France a hell on earth in 1703?. OBSERVES.

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  1. Ironwood News-Record,
  2. 01 Oct 1892, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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