Iowa Staats-Anzeiger: Unmasking a liar (Ein Lügner blosgestellt)

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Title

Iowa Staats-Anzeiger: Unmasking a liar (Ein Lügner blosgestellt)

Subject

Eiboeck’s dispute with John P. Irish over saloon licensing at the Anti-Monopoly party convention; support of German voters;

Description

In reaction to a letter John P. Irish had published in the German newspaper Dubuque National-Demokrat, attacking Joseph Eiboeck's rhetoric in a speech at the Anti-Monopolist state convention in July 1874 in favor of including a license plank in the party platform, Eiboeck together with other leading citizens of Des Moines publishes a declaration.

They claim that Eiboeck's rhetoric was completely disorted by Irish, who was an insolent liar.

Creator

Joseph Eiboeck

Source

Iowa Staats-Anzeiger

Publisher

Joseph Eiboeck

Date

1874-07-30

Rights

State Historical Society of Iowa

Relation

A lying, malicious attack (Ein verlogener, niederträchtiger Angriff)

Format

jpg

Language

German

Type

text

Identifier

Iowa City Historical Library Newspaper Collection Microfilm, State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

Coverage

1874; Iowa; Des Moines; Polk County; Dubuque County; Scott County