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M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; OHIO: . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, I8C8.
$1.50 PER TEAR, 1
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NO. SC. i
SEYMOUR, BLAIR, AND LESS
"3i ft Cw
(Wf$t.-j!4, at 7 task... '., .,'
r ..Speakers -Snivel and Mayo.,-; i. :
t - Kinney' School Hons,' Knox Township,
IHday Evening, OotoNr t.'- - '
1; "t-'f eskbrii Majo and McGiilivray.
'Cluoinnali Furnace, Ttursdajr Evening
&peier--Gunnlng nd Wayo.
, Jli.n.. ,imDd D.B.SMvel will addm
i 'ix eWiwam ol Zxlefkl at 8hlply' Hall, on Hat-
iriy Oct i, al tfcloek. Ostnt
t-A", ' mon hf alt iKili Heal rlif, and' hear an
).Vui-Aiii kirdinciiMlon ol tlie pulltx-al Ihiim
Can't You See the Point.
x ' Ths Maborinjr tnawe have,' 6ne
-w ivitige left. - They gci up at five-
:ttrnty' in tho morning, nnu worn
till tun-forty ,ut niglit'to earn money
"to rniv aeveH-thirtu intcrwt to the
bondholder. : Tho : Bondholder ae
up nt ten-forty, tukea 'Lis dimjer und
wine at' seven-thirty,' ana -enjoys
himself until , ten-torty at , niKbt,
when he retires, ehiicklin over the
fact that uo has no road ta or
t'onnty ' tax, oc Htato tax to pay
juid then offers thanks to tho Kad
tnl thieves in Coiigress for the briv
Je -h t enjoys over the laboring
mSltinnaj.-s Ciiu tvon seenf-1''
V,CoMK to hear Fehdlutpii, and Ca)
)in,; tho wloquent Irish orator, next
,i 'J B K IvUNNlNtl AT LARGE OF STOCK
Under the law of 1865, prohibit
fnjjfftip ruunijiigfat tarijo'C pto'fk
theDistrlct t'oih't iri-thii 'county
t its mresont 'session. ..in tho ease ot
JIMry.TetcTH vs, Miles Iia.t cliff, reu
leredan important neeision. Ill
' t'ourt ' lield tliiit the seeonfl section
. of fiie iftW nutlwming County JL'om-
' Tnis'rtiotiers and Jownhlnu- li'iwU'e
to' grantT. permission to animals -1
run at iarffu, is not unconstitutional
as puth-orizing them to suspend ;tho
Jaw, which pnly the legislature can
flo. but simtily authorizes sue
authorities to grant licenees. '
It-was also held that .the Com
rninsioners " may grant a ' general
authority., or ficenso for Mil 'such
stock to run at large; and i.ftliey do
o the ordoi ntevod on their hook
5 rt a 1 sufficient license.' and poifftl
licetl not have copies of it to protect
themselves m allowing their liconsea
WtR .19 ruq aiiargo. , J,ncy neiu;
however, that the Trustees ot town1
shipsi "1iave but limited power ' to
Ki ant licenses for such slock to ru
t largo. It is necessary for them
to cive the owner a special permit,
in writing. Their making an order
to do so is not sufficient, as the
requiaita act is not complete till reduced-
to writing and directed to
liim. : Such special permit is. the
owner's authority for allowing anoh
Ktock ' to ran at large. They have
only power to grant it as to purlieu
lar animals described therein. They
-an not permit any one's cattle,' 'or
boss, &o., generally, to ran at large
Imt only particular: animals which
they must describe, itatcliff bad
such general permit only from the
Trustees row his- cattle' and hogs
Ho did nott 4he written order
either ; until after Teters had taken
up his hogs under the law, though
the Trustees had determined to
grant Bach order before the hogs
were Impounded. Itatcliff replevied
them, trial was had before a Justice
of the Peace., An appeal was taken
to the Common rleas where Hut
cliff recovered judgment. Teters
filed sj petition In error in the Dis
trict Court to reverse the judgment
and for a new trial. , The judgment
was reversed, on the ground that
the permit was void, nullity be
ing general ."for his stock, cattle
and hogs to run at large," and was
tot a permit for particuhr cattle
and hogs, described in the permit to
run at largo, and it had no complete
existence, not being written out and
directed to him before tho bogs were
taken up. ' . .
Alfred Tspleft D. B. Rhivel for
Teters.' JL L. Clark for Itatcliff.
few days ago, elected Mr. Bildin,
the Democratic candid?';, Delegate
w vpngress. . AtflrSs iiepubli
cans claimed to have canned the
Territory. , They had a majoritln
it last year; hut this year, Colorado,
partaking of the Western feeling
on, me suojeci oi i inoces, pronoun
Ccs lor the Democracy. That's the
way the West is going. ' " .'.
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Gtot, TbistI-Oa laat Monday Ttiln( a
lady xnrt aoertaJn nan, tac to fhse,oR7lDg
off my ahlngl front the alley north ot Carp.
OHl'a Uvwy Stable. , -
. JHm,U bewlihci to wp bln( amttrd
ud expflaed to the jmblto, It wlU b nctmry
tv blra to cU on bm and Kkoowledp tha
t and retorn or pay tot thbtngla, or h
wlU-uerjr bbroult ; , ,,'
Who went forth to fight for their country,
and by dint of economy saved enough money
to buy ajittle homestead, . came home to find
it taxed, and a tax levied upon hia wagon,
horse, cow, and pig. ' '
The Bondholders who staid at home and itr
v'ested his money in bonds, paid no taxes, but
took the nfoney that, was paid' by the soldier,
and put it into his pocket as interest on his
investment. , . . .,.
For opposing such iniquity Democrats are
called rebels and repudiators. Go to the polls
and vote against all the Bondholders and
their worshippers! . - ' ' -
SIX HUNDRED MILLIONS!
IlAitDEn work, more hours to labor, less to
eat and to wear, less ability to clothe and ed
ucate the poor man s children, fewer of the
comforts of life for the working man, to make
up six hundred millions for the bondholders,
at provided in the Jacobin Funding Bill. Be
sure that you vote against the eighty thousand
dollar bondholder, Wilson! He voted
in Congress for this Funding Bill!
, , It cost sixty rfour thousmid nine hundred
and eleven dollars to get, witnesses before the
Judiciary Committee of the House, upon
whose . evidence the- impeachment articles
were drawn up.' .
THE INCREASE OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
THE INCREASE OF THE NATIONAL DEBT. Increase of More than $12,000,000 in the Debt in one
Month $389.672 Day$16,236 per Hour. &270,60 per
Month $389.672 Day$16,236 per Hour. &270,60 per Minute and 846 per Second.
' fh ; follow in i the rlnlemcot of the puhlio' debt of the
Uniifd Slalai on the flrit of hoplember, 1808, as compared with
that of llie flrat nf Aiifcn.it of th an me var, which abuwt ao
increaan of TWKLVK MII UON. 8KVENT V-N1NE THuUHAND,
EIGHT nUNDRKO AM) THIftTV-TttO DOLLAK3 in' the ikorl
tpaci qf thirl; ontdayi deixu iiicaaAa or the liabilitim or
uk PKi.fLi, EACH AND EVERY UAY during Ike month of Au
yutt Uundayt included, of TflHEB UUNUKKU AND KIQHT1T
NINE THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED AND HEVENTV-TM)
l)()LLAH8,- and of SIXTEEN THOtHAND. TWO HUKD11ED
AN0 .THIIITY-IX bOUARfr taeh and try Boua of tU
iliirty one dya thnt formed (he mouth of Aufual.
; ', The exhibit la follows:. ........ ' t . .i
PI BT BtARUU COIN MTKIKaT.
I... ..I . .. . .,, ,1 .. . ' Atl 1 18K8.
Pie par on. Jpndt ; ; .. ' $21 588,400
Hix per ent. brtida cf 1881 288 677,300
SU pereent. FWe-tweniy bonda 1,583,106,100
Sept. 1 1818
f 221, 8 400
Talal bearing cola InUreHt 4 '.,'12 083,371 800
"',.'; DKBT iliBl)iO Ol)BH)(C TTEBET.
Tlirv yprs eompuund In'erent noiea $21.rt()t.8'.)0
Hwm .paejait'i.Certillj"."'' "' ' 3.5'JO,'V0
Mavy and pension fond at Z per cent. I I 0.0 000'
--' '' $84,0f800 f85.800.4l0
HATCHED DEBT NOT rirPtSTKU IO PATBKHT.
Three yeara 7 30 Dotea, duo August 1
loth, "67, June and July 15Ui, '08 $3,123,300
Compound inleraat' notes matured '
June 10th, July Hlb Aug. 16,lh,
... October 15th, December lftih,
-1807. and May 15th, and Aug.' " "
' 1. 1888 0,018 910
Bonds, :Taiei cud Indemnity . 2."iU,otiO
Treasury nolfa. (acU of Julj 17th,
. Ifftl, and nrii.r tliero-o) - '154 511
Ooi.da ol Ali'iI ln'h, U42, Jind '
January 2Uth, 1847, a ud March,
Slat. 1848 '
Treaniiry notes, March 3d, 18U3
Cenifictea of iudebledness :
Total , . ' ' '.
1 025 041
' DIBT BSAtlHO
Untted Stales notes,
Fraoiional ourrenoy .
Gold certificates el deposit. ..
Tot!" "' .-. '. '-.r . .;. ,.
. 81,867 818 ,
1 . 22.414,000
$410,302 .891 412, 884,9(1
Grand total, ' $2,601,378,75(1 $2,607,912,286
tsix.per cent, (lawiui money) nonua ,
'Issued to 1'aoific Eailtoad Ccm- . . . .
v $92 870 901
$110,054,276 . $106,641,971
Total-,., -, . . -
Amount of debt less cash in tho
Inoreass la one month
The warrants Issued by the Department durinar August, to meet
I ha rsnuiremeota or the UoveromenL amounted In round nam
ber to the rollowmg:
Civil, miscellaneous tad foreign intercourse, lnolu-
ding Alaska purobas - $13,000,000
interest on publlo debl 4.830,000
War department : 11 800,040
Navy department .. " " 1,600,000
Interior, remlun and Indian ( 6,500,000
til publio debt do
The warrant issued for th redemption of
Bot appear in the above. -',
By a comparison or tn publlo debt statement or tsepiember
1st With that Issued the 1st or August, tbe debt bearing eoin
oterest was increased $8,119,950. The debt bearing currency
interest was inoreased $1,195,520. The matured debt not pre
tented for payment hfe deoreased $5 483,061,80. Tbe debt
bearing no Interest has inoreased $2,682 020., Tin honJs, lawful
money, Issued to th raoino Kallroad Uompaniea have increaaril
$3.104 000, making an Inorease of th total publio debt of $9,-
eBTt-S 20. 1 ' " ' ' ....... ... -
The amount of eoln on hand in th Treasury has Inortased
$9,lC0.ttti3,28. , Th amount or eurreooy on hand has deoreased
$11,673,287,44, making I lie increase of th whole publie debt,
less oasb on band, $1 2,070,tts,Bti.
This fearful increase ef th Publlo Debt, 889,672 DOLLARS
per day .16 286 PW.LAnB per hour over 270 DtlLLARH per
minute, and or 4( DOLLAKd every time I lie elock ticks second,
is well calculated to alarm people, already crushed to th very
earth with taxation to pay th interest. .
Ob of tbe best printing prestos driven by steam, and running
uuinlerropedly day and night, eould not print in one dollar
bill enough greenbacks te keep op with this terrible and useletr
increase of tlie burthen of th people, '
It trill cnet the people of th I'nlled Plates SEVEN HUNDRED
AND TWENTY-FOUR THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND
SEVENTY-NINE DOLLARS AND MNETY-TWO CENTS, in
gold lo pay th annual interest on this Inorease of the publio
debt, incurred la th short spao or thirty-one deys. If thr
Uovernmenl is forced to go into market to purohaie gold to pa;
hi Interest, it will, at th ruling rat or ooin, cost 1217,483 97
n Greenbacks, which, when added to th interest, will swell thr
mount to fitne hwuirtd majorlu-lwo (Aousand toe hundrtd and
thwUn dollar) tmd tighiy nin etnii, which th people will have to
pay, eaeh and ovary year, as a penally for for this proflinte
inert of th publlo dthtla on slngl month, beside. In the
end, having to pay th prlnair).
Ton' early and go with wagons or carriages after
the old, tbe crippled, the sick, and your friends! : ;
Gen, Gbant has two hundred and seventy thousand
dollars Invested in Bonds, part of which he deposited
:ock ui tb stional J5ani, at Gallena, UL , v .
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DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING!
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING! —IN—
FRIDAY, Sept. 25, 1868.
The Democratic-State Central Committee has appointed a Mass Meet
ing at McArthur, O., on the day above named, and assigned
-nh, i i .:
Hon. G. H. PENDLETON,
OHIO'S lErOBLOS .A-IETID EIiOQElSTT SOicT,
To acldress the People of "Vinton and adjoining Counties on the occasion
who will positively fill the appointment. We congratulate' the People
Vinton and other counties, upon .this announcement of one of the first and
most eloquent statesman ot the nation, to address them on the 25th of Sept.
"t'TT '; '"'' 'n-' :T7s -'TT ; - ' ' 'TIT! r
The ELquent Irisa Orator, of Mercer County, Ohio,
Will also be present and address the meeting.
H AJLsTTT I BALLY ! ! RALLY I!!;
r , i r tr . m ' . .
to tlie urana juass Meeting ot the Campaign ! DEMOCRATS, CON-
toJiKVA'iiV Jib, KJiruiiLlUAMS,turn out and hear thegreast questions
Yrr oivitnfiiirv 1 1 1 1 iniii.l.i f fl. . . 1 .. .I'll 1 1 ' l . .
"om""o v mmua ui mc pwyiv cuiiuiuiy aim uispassionateiy aiscus
cussedby the Avise, talented, honorable and. eloquent speakers announced!
A coraiai lnyiiauon is extended to all who are in favor of civil Government
to the American people-rail who are in favor of maintaining a White Man's
Government, and opposed to Negro Suffrage and disgusting,' debasin"
Mongrelism all who are in favor of EQUAL TAXATION, of Taxino
the Bondholder as well as the Plowholder, and of the redemption of the
ruhlic Lebt in Ureenbacksone currency for all classes of creditors all
who are in favor of the strictest economy in the administration of tho Gov
ernment, tlie reduction, ot the 6tandmg army to a peace standard, the aboli
tion of the expensive Freedraen'sf Bureau, the eradication of the multiplicity
of abuses now existing under the rule of the wicked Radicals, and the im
mediate stoppage of the useless annual depletion of the Federal Treasury of
MILLIONS OF MONEY WRONGFULLY WRUNG FROM THE TAX-
rAYEKs. 'i lie JJhUJVLUUIAGY PBOPOSE
TO CJUL'CJT THESE ABUSES and
restore the rights ot the istates and the people under the Constitution. Turn
out and hear the able expounders ol our creed and purposes!
Come in Wagons!
Come in Carriages!
Come on Horseback!
Come in Buggies!
: lt'ZJ': Come on Foot!
' r:f:.yv'r. ' '' Come in carts
Bring your Neighbor, , '
v Briiig your Wife,
', ' ' . ' ' I IV.-.' K 'V ' ' 1 .' . i - v, . . '
. Bring, your children,
; Hi Bring your baskelsfull,
AND GIVE ONE DAY TO YOUR
AND GIVE ONE DAY TO YOUR COUNTRY.
A BRASS BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC FOR THE OCCASION
, By order of tho ; DEM. CEl. COM., V. al
HETCALL AT, THE OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRATIC
NQUIRER, ON FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, AND
SUBSCRIBE. - f
'i?KRM&--For one year, $1,50; 8 months. $li 6 months, $0,75: 3 months,
$0,40; and for the Campaign, $0,25. ; ' ; . , ; - '
UQ nQt iorget this I ow is the time to take your own county paper I ?
Tiik Know Nothing friends of
John T. Wilson are importing speak
erstotlo tlieirspenkingin V 111 tun and
other counties. Homer JorntscDeaks
few pretty little pieces, but thev
lo much more harm than cood.
ire is lnughed at "wherever he goef,
He hardly knows what to nay to
tool the people thin fullbe mnilu
uch a miserablii failure last tall.
lie tries to keep his courage up,
however. He barks at Dr. Sanns.
our candidate for Congress, in every
old school house where he finds half-a-dozen
persons who he thinks want
to listen to his twadd le. HisHpeech-
es are composed of bad materials
badly mixed. We have had one of
his best little pieces analysed, and
t was fouud to contain the follow
Bunkum, - ,.t 8 parts;
Bosh, ' ' " " .-12 . '
History of South Carolina,; 15 "
tieDoi ana t;op.peruoaas, .-, lo .-. ?..'
Ripping, Pnwinff, Snortinff.
Proposing, Ronring. Scrtmut-
ing, and ' Jlifalutin,' ' 50 "
'.Common Sense,. . v,, , 00 ..
JUST RUN AND SEE!
The iMamiLouth AaaortneBt of Choice,
Rich, and Late Styles of Goods are now
arriving at the Nrnr Pry Goods House of
K. WiLt, on North side of Main Street,
fresh from the Jobbing Houses and Manu
factures of Philadelphia I Boxful! after
hoxfull Is arriving and being .opened I
Just go aad see, sry bolyl The beth
bargains erer hail in thir part of the
Slate I .
COMING! COMING!! GOOD
Txs, ihe Good limes are Coming I and
so are the finest and lovlicst lot of Goods
ever seen coming! Go. B. Wat, who bas
been in Philadelphia for more than
month, writes us that be will arrive about
Ihe 1st of October and fill up the old sland
of J K. Will, In the Doddridge Building,
with an entirely pew arsortmentof Goods.
He will bring thousands of new artidles
everjthhig will be sold lower her rian
other merchants nan buy in the Cincinnati
market. He i determined to introduce
an entirely dlBVrent acd far superior
quality of goods . into this market) Look
out for Qxo. B. I ! i ,
Mt, Pikuv Mmo.-The meeting of tlip
uemocrteyor Vinton aod Hooking Oountlee at
Mt. Pleawuit on ftitur lay of lout week was
decided surcesa in numbers, entPu'intro, and
good apeaking. AJiifltory polo ten teet wigher
man uie Kt nt thotume plarealew deTS prev-
ions was rnitcd,atniloasitigvheerabrbr4nuB
nd Bi.ira. ' - . " ' - - '
A handraWe Bng yn preyed lajtiie lUlieeof
' Miira ji. ion-inips, nl was ia
celved by Cat. "u M. Bowih of I.ouiui.
'Ihe meeting En tbe afternoon wtia oijaiQizadbv
oollinu 6. C. Ca, Esq., ot Vinton countv.to Die
Secretary. Capt. W M Bowict or Loto, wat
tbe flrt speaker. B a preMnt. y he issues belbre
me peop:e in a no nteil un I rurutble m inner. Bis
remarks on the Nmionnl : Bantu rse'eyed addi.
tional point from the fart that ho spoke Iro.o ex
perience and personal knowletlire. Helssinea.
kr tn trhoio it is pluatureto lislfn. He wit fol
lowed by Joss Mato, Enq., of Vinton County, and
w, T. Acar.tt, Eq , member of tbe LeginUture
rrom Hocking County
The meetiDg gnrn unusual satisfaction and the
confl'-'em-e felt and exprcsned by every Democrat
present gave promise of the victory which wil
surely crown their efforts.
Off for Philadelphia and New
The people are becoming fully convinced
(hit Fulton' 1 the place wber the bait
good oan be had for th least money
and, on Tuesday last, our friend, J. A
r ELTO.V, wno oat pleased nis numerous
customers in this oounly for many yuars
departed for the Philadelphia and New
I orit vtj uood Market for th purpose
of purchasing a general supply of the
at and fanoy styles of Good that have
just declined in prh; In those mammoth
markets. Having been engaged in the
Dry Goods trade for many years, we feel
safe in saying that no merchant in this
county is n.ore capable of seleoting nloe
and rich good that will su'.t th taste of
thr people iu every particular, than J. A,
r<oif. During hu stay in th Eastern
cities, he will have a good opportunity to
seleol and purchase the mo't delioioua lot
nf Goods Good far superior to any ever
purchased for and brought to this market,
and which he will sell at lower figures
than any other establishment In Vinton
Nw fifEAKEHH. We learn that our friends
Thomaa McOurty and James McFarland of Za
leakl, addreaKatl the oltlt.-ns Knox Town-dp, at
Johnson's 8ch(vl Hnnm. liLutHn.iiiilnif whpIt
AUOjr UiUUtl fUU4 SptWCUi)4.
It seems that the Dry Good trad in
Vinloo oounty it to be completely revolu
tionised. On Tuesday A. H: Down, of the
Arm of O. Down k So, loft this town, for
Philadelphia , and New York, where be
ill spend several day In making pur
chase of the rich, beautiful, and superior
style of good juct manufactured and
introduced in those great market. , He
will visit all th first-class Jobber and
Dealers in Ibos cities and will purchase
the most valuable quality of every style
of Goods, at figure that will enable the
firm to fffer better bargain than ver
before and better than any other House la
thi market. Their general' Installment
of th latest styles of Good will arrive
bout the 5th' of October. V .1 . , :
NluiT Wb.t th Piortn Warn! Those
who wish ioV bay Heavy Flatnels the
nend btsf quality "a4 an artiol
tharsioaltlvHy ean't b bad nt any other
Bona In thi oounty shoo Id not fail
to go' to th Heut of J. 8. HawK In this
town. , HI assortment la now ' full and
aompUt of lb vry lateat style of Good.
To teourt a good bargain, go to Hawk's t
Fire on tkt Vountumt l- True o!Jfilii.-ft:
ed Democratic lire, that makea the
knees, the hatera ot I he people, tin pl0.
trs for the overthrow of our liberlertins
the shoddyltfs, - Orantitee, Jscobinii
Itelliles the whol set or Ihievin-r, blood
sucking, miohier-mVmg, Union destroy,
ing, nrgro-adoring, Widow-manufecturing
rang of hell-hounds shake like Belshnar
I he 6 re fl iaher np on the hills or Min
it roars on the cranlte hilts of New Hamp!
slides, U singes lbs reeu hflla of V,;r.
mont, it elioiba the AliroqJuk, 0f new
York, Ifapa lo th Catikll!, re ids its dear
Mn up, along the entir length of the
Alleghanv range, it beams brillUutly from
Hit KniVy Mnnntnins.
Fire in thr Valley -Do yon tea It, oh
era.ineul, elf gui, , most, learned Chawles
Humn-iw? Do you see it, oil tyrant,
illustrious impeaober, magoaiiioim, oum'.
moner ( VwrBroolt sod 'nnolea''l great
triQije. 1)-!tibir(t, gfet lder, and t kar
and biter, old t,l7: m w, ni
'cock eye .td yt.tr 4 luff iv 'ndll t
Ilornoe?. Henry?, fcliii'f(
. Fire on lite 'aiw.'-Teu-f1)itl t hoi,;r
nod more firo than on the lu .miuins r
in the valleys! A fire kindlod by th
glorious ttbconquerabl Democrats of the
Wfesl, A Are that light up the darken
night, and rival th sunliAht iu the
morning. Stretching from lha Me shores
in Ohio, across -.h fertile SJ, lo n,,
Miseisiippl erotslng the rlvr and travel
ing a far as a cabin is found, down to tbe
eoast f Texas, np in it Irregular line to
the lake again. - The priri r all
ablsxe, and yon wilt rtr.i ft tif and hi
fire in the cotio JuUe of th, South f
Ther is no mistaking It. It wheels, ai,J
eddies, and oracklcs, and flsh, an l
leaps, and roars, and hisses, and plnng
through ihe land from Eonth .Carolina 'l
along the Mexiotn Gulf. lt burn as
though Andrew Jackson were feeding i,
. ... iu. jisvjiib war casting combusti
bles into It. " .,
fire in a CitU, -Portland, Boston,
New lork, Plitladelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ingtan, Kiohmond, Charleston, Mobile,
New Orleiw, fir in every-on. Chicago
St Louis, CiDoinaati, Buffalo, Cleveland,
Pitlabarg, Louisville, H-mphl, and hosi
we cannot ven name, fir in every on.
Fire Ecfryvhertt- :
All over tins fair Und. In every nook
aad corner. On every hillaija. In the
nil regions. In th salt regions, lo Ihe
In the lumber region. ' Iu the 'gold'
glons. In Ihe marble queries of Vennuni,
and the grauit quariea of AlastAebuseti.
In the iron regions. In the manufaoto
nes. Io ship. Oi f?s. I, ou, 0f
town. Wherever we go we flud ibf
I FBon.f an fir I. , . , ,.
This is what pleaseihi " this ii Ihe
foundation of our hop. ,,Th flrikindlJ
and it shall burn to (be Im k.ll of
Jacobinism. W rejoioe with joy nnepeak-
abU in this fir. We look, baek at th
thousand f patriot, loereer,ied in
4ungeon, and say, hurrah for th fire
W look t th riven of blood; at tha
desolation all OTr the Uouthland, and ay,
hurrah for th fire I W look at the ear.
oas of Radioalisra.-itnd behold it burneth,
so we welcome the fir f - - - '
Help on th purlfjing ftrel ? A irt to
sepaiat th gold from th drossV A fir
whi.ih ' eonstimaih wickedaea. A fir
them. A fir to seDerula
Nijs from while men. '
A'ees from statesmen. ' , ' , . i( ' "t
Th'.eves, . acuuudrela. ' hm.Ui .,,'1
raitoegeaalionisU from bonorahl men.
Bonubolding oppressors from, working
mea. Trnutners from cairinia. i
Lsohcrous nersona front God's ministers.
. All the whining, rotien-hen,Mj, G.d.
forsaken rw from fre mm, ho k,,.,.
Iheir right, and dare maintain them.
A nr to ruse end thoroughly unite .
Boys in Blu and Boy in Gray.
Working mea North, anl wl,!i m.
South . .. t
All lover of whtt tyjroacy.';'
All lovers of the people. ; l
All lovers of th Uul a.
AH believer in on kin, of mni. r.
rich and poor.
All believers lo qual taxation.
A fire that will general steam, and an
oreat a power lor the people which will
bear in triumnh thi triml ' .i......
Horatio Sevmour to his aeaa in ika wi.;,.
House, un J be oraiaod fnr 'h nm..j.
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Rights of Labor.
Men have a nalasal right to live, and
government has not right to deprive
them of life except where ills forf.h. l
by the commission of orims so dangeroui
sooiely that the Utter ran bo protected
bo other way, er It become necossary
for tho maintenano of th nublia liharti..
rights or honor.'
It kat not a right to tax the eilizen to death.'
By no system of taxation, hovevar lt.
posed, or for whataver ohinot. h ov-
ernment tho right to deprive thecitiioo of
that portion of his earnings nsoessary fur
the support of himself nod family.
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. .... ww. yuvzuvHcnt M Itoiiy IO-UJSI
All the want and' distreaa ziatlnr
among (he workinc classes, is the
th high price of th necessaries of
tire, produced maiuly by taxation Th
taxes whloh ths owners of prooerty.
ufacturers, produoert, aad midjle men
pay, are oharged over into reaLa an rt th
prioe f eommiditi, and knew, to b
born in th end by th aouaojam. I.
way lb working man. thonch hia
doe not appear upon the' tax-list,
th t gatherer Beyer itsli him.
a largo share of the tare. Er.r,
arliol b purchases for hl-nself or family
oharged heavily with taxes, an) he hi.
t(Uxv them in th prloa. T.i landlord,
rges his taxe into th rents, aa 1
Vem back from the tenant. Thus,
Jjnst and eonomical goveraeot,
Jb in xe rrangei lo the fairest
way4Jhsib!o, labor bare an uuJs pro
portion. '. . .,
It u, of law 0t, uvqu'illy eik-di-u l!
But when, as new. th system of tax.
whloh preesea o heavily upon the
people, is not just, equal and tmnartlal.
not neoMaary to meet th leaiUmale
of goverament, but impoatd to pnt
Into tho Treasury, to be stolon out
Jaoobia thieves, to give bouutlo to
greedy manufacturer, and py impted r
bondholder gold uenrr. . '
it high crime eigiiiut hunt nature I
1 usurpation ttal trra'any. an- mir
justly resisted a sueh, if no other r-
oan be tail.
le robbrrv and murder to detrriv laW
taxation, of it nooeasary support.
tm-arena of tut Koormy Man is toured t
wioked government, whloh robs tha
to glv to th rloh, I tha grraUat
which oan b lnfliatel nnan. ur
peopl. , , . ,.'.:.. . - "
Tut our government hat ktomt umlorj.m
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