New York: David H. Gildersleeve, 1884. First Edition. Republican Party campaign pamphlet, aimed at New York's German-speaking voters, attempting to deflect Mugwump spokesman Carl Schurz's attacks on James G. Blaine, who had become the Republican Presidential candidate two months earlier. Thanks in large measure to Mugwump Republicans' refusal to back him, Blaine would narrowly lose the election to Democrat Grover Cleveland, ending the Democrats' 6-term losing streak in Presidential elections. 16mo. Sewn pamphlet; printed self-wrappers; 31pp. Final page an engraved portrait of James G. Blaine. Little evidence of use; minor creasing and soil to covers; Very Good to Near Fine. Bilingual pamphlet, printed in German and English on facing pages.