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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12,1872, 1 To th Wot Wngmr u of the Nation. The Republican part; La been the consist ent friend of. tLe workingmen of the nation Its lecord proves this. It bag done more to elevate the laborer than any parti; since the foundation of the Government. ' Under its fostering ear wage baveibeen advanced new field of industry bare beta opened, and the bourn of labor reduceJ. These facts are matters of record, and cannot bo denie J. 't General Grant is a man of the people; knows their wants, the necessities, their as pirations,' and has shown by his consistent course that be is in full sympathy with every effort that has for its object the improvement and elevation of the toiling millions. " In one of his messages he said : "Tbe true prosper ity and grestooss of a cation is to bo found in the elevation and education of its laborer " Aj-ain he says t "By tbe late war tbe in dustry of one-half of tho country had been token from tbe control of the capitalists and placed where all labor rightfully belongs in the keeping of tbo labors." J His private sympathies have always bjen with the workingmeu bis official encourage ment Las been attended to tbem on every proper occasion. . No better evidence of his substantial sympathy could be cflered than bis approval, June 26ti. 1S88, of the follow- iog act : Ii in tnacttd bj the S.nik ami Home of Rtp retentalirei of the Vnited Statct of America in I'uHgnm atunidlid, That eight hours shall constitute a dav's work for all laborers, and workmen, and niechanicsjnow employed by or on behalf of tbe Uovernient of the United States : and 'hat sets aud ptrts of acts incon sistent with this act be and the some are hereby, repealed.'' Some of the oiicers of toe United States tried to evade ibis law, and required the men j under their charge t labor ten hours or sub mit to a pro rata reduction of wages. Com plaint was made to Congress t an e xplana tory act was passed, and General Oract is sued aa order to the several departments calling for a rigid and faithful observance of the eight-hour law. Through his active in fluence the amounts deducted from the wages ol tbe were refunded to them. Uere we have a practical illustration of General Grant's sympathy for. the workingmeu. " The exam ple set by tbe nation in tbe reduction of tbe hours of labor Las already had a good effect oa private enterprise. Thousands of em ployers have conformed to the eight-hour movement, and before long the examples set by the Government will be the basis of labor throughout the Union. - The record of Henry Wilson on tbe labor question is too well known to need more than uasainir notice For thirty years be has been the champion of the laborer. Actual ex perience as a workingmen .has made him alive to their interest. la the Secate, ou the platform, or as a private individual, be has been the same consistent friend, aad idvocate of labor. Nearly every public measure that has had for its object the elevation of the toil- iog masses owes much of its success to bis energy and warm-hearted impulses. Urcntand Wilson may therefore bo called the true representatives ofjtbe workiogmen of the nation, and every vote giv.o to tbeiu is a vote io support of the nobility of American la bor. Every vote cast against thorn is a vote j hi snpportof that system of aristociacy which i mokes labor the slave of capital, and denies to the workingaen the right of equal par ticipation in the fruits which are born of his induslrr. Horace Greeley sets himself up as; a reformer. Can he do more for the reforma t j 1 1 . r - tion of labor than General Orant? We must judge tho future by tbe past. Senator Tram- ' ball has been from tho first Mr. Greeley's right-baud man, and would in all probability , bold a Cabinet position in case of his election. . lie baa no sympathy for the laboring man, , has opposed nearly every effort to advance his interest, and on the 6th ot December, 1871, , j offered (be following amendment to a resolu-' tion entitled "Joint resolution in relation to ' ISTJ. rl' I ,.r tt,. TT-iJ Sll.' atinrovBd Juno 28. t 1868, be, and the same is hereby repealed." This amendmeut reflected substantially Mr. Greeley's views on tho eiht-hour law. Can tbe workmen of America support a party that acknowledges such men as its tedders? II they can, let tbem vote for Horace Greeley. If they believe in the oppression of labor, lonir hours and small pay, let them favor the Liberal movement, for tne irnuiouii amena incnt foreshadows the labor policy of Sir. Greeley's administration. ' But every workingman who believes ia the thorough protection of labor ; who believes fu tbe justice of reduced hours of toil in this age of mechanical inventions, and who de sires'thc prepetuation of the generous labor policy inaugurated by the Republican party will not ocly vote for but labor zealously for the triumph of those two distinguished repre sentatives of American labor Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson. A Detroit man, who had con trLutcd a bundle of cast off clolb ing for the relief ofthc Minnesota fn-e, received from one of the suf ferers the following note: "The committee man giv me amongst other things wat he called a pair ov pant, and it would mako me riant soma to ware 'em. I frund L vour name and where you liv in one ov the pockctp. My wife UfTcd an wlion T ahnrie Ym lo ' llint I thot she wood have a cot.ij shun fit. She wants to know if there lives and brethes a man who has lecsco bigger than that. Sue ed if. there was he had otter to be took up forvagrinsy for bavin no visible means, ol support eoldent get em on my olJest boy, bo I used em for, gun case?. If you have another pair to spare my wife wood like to get em to nang up by the side the fire place keep the tongs in." to "With thirteen ex-rebel Generals on the floor of Congress, remarked the Hartford (Conn.) Courant,"and with sullrage universal at the South ' the Democratic candidate for the Presidency is traveling over fthe country bellowing like a bull of Bashaii for amnesty,' and accusing tbe Bepublican party and Union soldiers of rekindling the bitter Bess of the war." SAYINGS OF TIIE WISE KINO. Horace Greeley at PitUburg opened his speech with a quotation from , the Bible. He saki, "the Wise King says there ia lime for war and a time for peace." Tbe Wise King has been mis quoted by Greeley. What he did say was this : "To every thing there . is a season, and a time to every purpose un der hehven a time to love and a time to hate ; a time of war and a time of peace.' Lcclesiastcs, iii. 1, 8. Greeley would have his hearers be: flat uve mat mere were special times set apart for war and peace. He ignores ' the fact that this is a time of peace, and to f continue the happy period the people de sire the election of the man who was instrumental in bringing it about. While Greeley had his hand in he should have selected a few more gems from tri "Wiaa Cnir Tk fn; irom the VV ISO King. The fo llow iog for instance, Would have Suited his party, and would have been appropriate to himself: " " "Thai which is crooked cannot be made straight ; and that which is want ing cannot be nunilered." EccTesiastes, HI. "And I gave my heart to know wis dom, and to know madness and folly ; 1 perceive that this, also, is vexation of spirit." Ecclesiastes, i, 17. "Yea, I bated all my labor which I had taken under (he sun : because 1 should leave it until tbe man that sbnli be after me." Chap, ii, 18. -The fool fo'deth his hands .together and eateth his own flesh" Chap, iv, 5. "Therefore I went about to cause my heart lo despair of all the labor which I took un-kr the sun."-Chap. ii, 20. "For a dream conieth through the multitude of t usiness ; and a fool's voice is known by multitude of words.'' Chap. v. 3. " . . "Be not righteous overmuch.' neither make thyself over wi3e ; why shouldest thou destroy thyself ?"Chap. vii, 1G. "f or oftentimes also, thy own heart knoweth that thou thyself likewise hast cursed others."' Chap, vii, 22. "The words of wise men are heard in quiet more than the cry of him that ruleth among fools." Chap, ix, 17. "The beginning of the words of his mouth is foolishness ; and the end of his talk is mischievous madness." Chap x, 13. "It is not good lo accept tbe person of the wicked, to overthrow the righteous in judgment," Proverbs, xviii, 5. "A false witness shall not be unpun ished ; and he that speaketh lies shall not escape." Proverbs, xix, 5. "Be not a witness against thy neigh bor without cause ; and deceive not with thy lips." Proverbs, Xxiv, 28. "Confidence in an unfaithful man in time ol iroublo is like a broken tooth. and a foot out of joint." Proverbs XXV - ' ' "Seest thou a man wise in bis owb conceit ? There is more hope of a fool than of him." Proverbs, xxvi, 12. "When he speaketh fair, believe him not, for there are soyen abominations in his heart." Proverbs, xxvi, 23. "Let another man praise thee, and not j thine own mouth ; a stranger, and not thine own lips." Proverbs, xxvii, 2. "Faithful are the Wounds of a friend; but the kisses of ao enemy aro deceit ful." Proverbs, xxvii, 6. "Though thorj shouldett bray a fool in a mortar among wheat with a pestle, yet will not his' ' foolishness 1 depart froa him."' -FrOveibs, xxvii, 22. Ut. Greeley is a lover of idiomatic Saxon. He , has undoubtedly studied that "well of English, pure and unde nted" the Bible though he sometimes defiles what he abstracts therefrom, as whnesshis false application of Solo- Ration, to his attention uiuu a wiBUkia. we recommenri nnr With that 1 Clilty of expression which has been at the same time to him the source of both power aEd weakness, he can easily appreciate, even if he does not admire, the extct pertinacity with which these quotations fit his case. The under done young man who edits the Tribune in the absence of his master, might well learn a desirable lesson from some o' them. The last one frcm Proverbs strikes us as remarkably apt. The Dougiss county (111.) Dem ocrat, an ardent supporter ot Gree ley and Brown says: "On Tuesday last a car load of shades passed through our city on their way to Tuscol, to unite in celebrating the anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. . While the train stopped here, they indulged in vociferous cheers for Grant What a burlesque upon the right of suffrage, when the franchise is committed to tbe keeping of such specimens of ani mal kingdom; not one of whom in fifty thousand has any more com pretension of tho form ot Govern ment under which he - lives than the mule he drives." This ii the manner in which Democrats ' clasp hands across the bloody chasm;" this is the way in which t'aay accept the Fifteen. h Amendment conferring suffrage upon colored men, comparing them to "moles," and seeking by sn; crs' and taunts to force tharn down to tbe situation they occupied before the Republican partv raised thrm to the dignity and rights of cit1- -zcnpliin. 5 ' .:.. t ' Demociats, you are not ; to be trusted, J'ou haven't, done "works meet for repentauce," ' nor 'does Greeley's old coat improve your political appearanee or hide your deformity. - ; f " If jou want to see Brick Pomeroy's Democrrt, call at the, P. 0. News Stand. 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