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gEW LZAlikH. UBlt&. AUGUST s18 tir. KEARBNE IN FANE UIL HALL. 15I FIRST SPEECIH TO THE NEW ENGLAND WORKINOMEN. - '~e Boston Pilot gives the following Eisrt-hand report of the speech of Dennis KeP arey, in Fanenil Hall, the historic catadlo of Liberty." The audience, com pgagd of all classes of workingmen and a fair sprinkling of merchants, was immense. rt. Chairman, fellow workingmen and gmeme of Boston : On behalf of the workingmen of the Pa elfic Coast I thank you for this grand and enthusiastic reception.. in order to beat responsive to popular will, the expression that went up from this meeting to-night when a cerýtln man's name was mentioned, I too feel lire bringing a message of greet Ing and love to the man who is lesser than Macbeth buhot greater than the fiery, uncon querable Rupert, to that chivalrous and white-plumed Navitrre of the rostrum, the gallant Butler (great applause, load cheers, and cries of "Say it again"). We bid him to take heart and hope. I hope that he will receive the reward fr.*m the working men of Massachusetts, which he so jostly merits, in behalf of his outspoken action in behalf of downtrodden humanity. [Mr. Kearney then turned to the Chair man and remarked, "it is quite hot, Mr. Chairman," and took off his coat and untied his nestle amid cheers and great applause. He then continued his speech.] I am sorry, friends, that we Era not rich enough to be able to hire a Beecher to knock the bottom ontof bell (laughter and applause). What means this outpouring of the peo ple? What means this tidal wave of people? What is the matter with the coun try that the workingman is rising from the North to the S .uth, from the East to the West I To do %%liat To take charge of their own Lflt'i"i. l1ore whIre, the Sun of the lleaves fir- dwnred upon the in fant power ,of lirty, ither, where the free soen and free wtnn remind me ,of the daye when this far and happy land was inhabits d by men and women whose idnus tries and livets were not oppressed by the riJircad robbter or lecherous bondholder (applause;) here in the second century of the independence of America we find A NATURAL AND POPULAR UPRISING Of the people. This vast uprising of the people, what does it mean ? I ask you, does it not mean death to the lecherous, thieving bondholder T Does it not mean death to the railroad robber I And does it not mean political oblivion to the ranks of villanous political bummers (loud ap plause ) I am sorry that I see this meeting organ ised to night in the manner it was organ ised. It is the first time I have addressed a meeting since this movement commenced, organised in such a manner. Out in the far West-but there, you know, they call uas barbarians (laughter)-we call upon the people to select their chairman. We call upon the people assembled to elect all their emeers to govern that meeting for that Eight, thereby depriving THE OILY TONGUED ORATOR, thereby depriving the man whose touch isa sold and clammy, thereby- depriving the Shylockian vagabond who spends nights, days and weeks with wet cloths around his bead, studying a speech with which to psychologize his hearers. Then on the Sworois. te folloinng day. what do we ta thlis creeping, slimy serpent doing ? We find him still scheming and planning how to rob the men that he addressed the previous evening (applause ) My felliw countrymen, as the humble representativeof the hlumble classes, the poor working classes, I appear before you se-right (a roce, "Good !") I have no flowery phrates with which to garnish my speech, no classic language with which to fool my Leaters (cries of "Good," and ap planue). Tie English language, I believe, contaius in the neighborhood of sixty thoorand words. I am in possession of a few hundred of those words, and I use then, as this is a free country, and the people c.amor for liberty of speech. I use my hunti-, plain, unvarnished words to extol vlttun ia.d condemn robbery (great applause. First and foremost, I will pay my re spects to the newspapers. (Laughter and applause) The newspapers from the earliest days at printing have been run in the interests of cut-throats, political beats, DATLIGIIT THIFVES AND MIDNIOIIT ASSAS SINS (Laughter and loud applause ) A news paper is an enterprise like all other busi ness enterprlse. For the reporters of the press I have my respects- The reporters of newspapers are workingmen like our selves, work n: for bread and butter : but for the v;:inous serpent like, slimy imps of hell th.-r own: thOse newspapers, I have the utmost coltempt. As I stated, the newspapers are enterprises. These men start a newspaper, and they want to make money. The first thief that comes along with their purse of gold stolen from the masses, Itrfl'rs it to the newspaper pro prietor, arid hbu a the columne of a news paper. lie uses that newspaper for his own corrupt practices, and the newspaper men that stell their columns to such men DESERVEIL TIIIC CONDEMNATION OF ALL IIOttET MIEN. (Applause.) I have known some of the dirtiest, drunkennest beggars that God Al mighty ever put breath in, write articles for newspapers condemning this popular uprising of the people (voices, '-Good," and applause.) I hope the newspapers will put that down (laughter.) 5PA* Ildl RESPECTS TO TIlE ASSOCIATED I reoeived this afternoon a copy of the San Francisco Chronicle containing a de asasah from New York-or Boston-it is a11 tLo same. And toeshow you, to enlighten the s Inds of the massea as to the manner in -hte. the news is transmitted from the Alr l= ie to the PaciBfic, I will just read an eutr. nt as it was transmitted to San Fran elei" through the Associated Press (lh, a,) a villanous, thieving, infamous, her of scallawags that are aiming to con trcl public opinion. If the workingmen vs uee United States of America possessed within their breasts a single spark from which a flame of freedom could be fanned, they would not permit snech monsters to live in their midst. They would control this telegraph. They would haul these infernal, lying seallawags from power, and select honest men to transmit the plain, unvarnished news from one part of the Union tq the other. Excuse me, I didn't intend to ridicule the Associated Press to-night; but after receiving that copy of the San Francisco lChronicle-a bold, outspoken newspaper (hisses and applause,) I could not help saying this. I don't care, of course, how I look. That is my busness, and nobody else's. I pay for my clothes. It is a free country ; I can wear what I please. As to ungrammatical sentences and ungrammatical speeches, for two dollars and a half in greenbacks I can always hire a man to write a grammatical speech. It takes millions of dollars to buy an honest man, be he ever so ungrammat ical (applause ) "CLASSICAL THIEVES AND LEGAL PIRATES.' And while on that strain, let me state that the country is run to perdition by a hand of classical thieves and legal pirates. Now, what the workingmen want (and eight-tenths of the community are work longmen)-what the workingmen want for their guide is common honesty and com mon sense. I will guarantee that these are better guides than classical talent or legal learning. I refer you to the past history of this country to corroborate that statement. Says this paper : "Of Kearney, he looks like the average Irish workingman." That is good. I will state as to that, that I am an American citizen. I have lived in this country and sailed under the starry banner for nearly twenty years of my life; and, furthermore, I came to this country with a suit of clothes upon my back, and a head full of brains to help develop the country. I want any man to point me out a single American that brought so much to the country (laughtel and applause.) '"In Boston he has been received bly a delegation of loafers. lie has made his first speech, and is to-nigiht in the bosom of his family," etc. "In the train which brought thim hero hi- rode, not waith de spised arietocrats (th,.t is ti. ie y .! i tuth in the despatch,) but in, a ,dt nocra~ e r awk ing-car, enitertaining a dingy col;y piile. Now that is a lie. I never rmruokel tobacco or drank v:i,:key in my life (appiause ) The palpers f tle city of Boston treated nie bettrr than that. Eren the Joutrnal of the "blue bloods" gave a fuaier report. Fellow cit zens, I mention these facts to show you and impress upon your minds the necessity of ignoring all newspaper reports, and principally repote sent by the Associated Press-a band of pirates. WHAT WAS DONE IN CALIFORNIA. It will be well for you to know some of the issues that drove the Democratic thief and Republican robber out of sight in Cal ifornia. The workingmen of California were being oppressed. The capitalist thief and land pirate of California, instead of employing the poor white men of that beautiful and golden State, sent across to Asia, the oldest despotism on earth, and there contracted with a band of leprous Chinese pirates, brought them to California and used them ass knife to cut the throats of the honest laboring men of that State. A Chinamen will live on rice and rats. They will sleep a hundred in a room that one white man wants for his wife and fam ily. Some years ago the workingmen became alarmed, and every man for the past fifteen years that was elected upon She political platforms was elected upon an anti-Chinese plank. They used it to elevate themselves into office, and after obtaining power they looked upon the sovereign people with contempt. Well, California, I suppose, like Massa chuetts, ie fnll of Uto ian theorists-men who are always wandering among t e stars. They are talking about "the sun and the moon being veiled in the clouds " That has nothing to do with a working man's stomach. We had considerable trouble at the outset to kt eu such in'u down. 'We called upon the honest men of California to pool their issues-put all the issues In one pot together and c,,ve-r it up, and then we worked together t capture the St-..re of California, and he;it ver a political bummer popped up in our nmiclst, like a oub tailed bull in a clover tiehl, we cut him off. We chopped his head off ants turned him out of the hall We were vigilant, active, and energetic. We al lowed no men to address any of our meet ings but honeat.,rd-fisted men [applause] We elected nil e to the Countitutional Convention but poor, obscure artisans. We elected men from the cooper's shop, from the tailor's shop, from the plow and from the carpenter's bench, over the heads of Senators, ex-Governors, millionaires and bank-smashers, by 75'000 majority. Our majority in the city of San Francisco was from G 500 to 7,0((K, in a voting population of 27.0K0. The Democrats and Republi cans combined polled 5,L00 votes. And then the capitallsts tried to enter a wedge of dissension in our ranks, and they also put a workingmen's ticket in the field. It polsed twenty-four votes ! I mention this, friends, to show you how vigilant the work ingmen were in California. We Ihad to fight hard for the free domo of speech in California. The men who were elected by the citizens of that commonwealth to represent them, instead of aiding their constituents in reorganizing in self-protection, commenced a long siege of persecution. They commenced upon me. They arrested me and arrested me, until it became so common that every morning, after eating toy breakfast, I went down to the otlice ot the Chief of Police to get my regular warrant; and for ten suc cessive days 1 received a warrant each day : and on thile tenth day there were fifteen warrants servt d upon me. The officer who served those warrants had a thousand more ready to serve unless I furnished the requisite amount of bail. I said, "Gen tlemen, you may go plump to hell ." Igreat applause, and cries of good] "If tiltse," I said, "is the country-if that is the hlag that I have been taught to worebhlp"-ex cuse me, I thought 1 saw Washington put ting his hand to his nose, he was so dis nusted with the name of liberty (applause) [The allusion here was to a painting of Washington on the wall.]--"if this is a free country, I want to know something about a despotic country." tiEPORIT THAT KEARNEY WAS TO IE ARREST ED IERlE. I read a dispatch in one of thle Califor nia papers that upon my arrival in lioston I was tobe arrested-that the Governor of Masachusette had made all the necessary preparations (laughter) and that be was going to use his Gatlinog guns. 1 am going Mr. Chairman, to take advantage to night of my privileges as an American citisen. I propose to say what I please upon this rostram-this "Cradle of Liberty"-this glorioum ball, where free men and free women have advocated measures before now-where the cry arose from the months of men who were not afraid to atter their sentiments-where women advocated the throwing of the tea overboard-where grand old heroes delivered speeches that Bred the hearts of American freemen to a proper and Just sense rf their duties. And to-night, fellow citiseus, I hope you will profit by my simple and humble advice; and that advice to you is tbtis: To pool all your issues-put all your issues into one pot. (Applause. Hear, hear.) And on next November you will be able to an nounce to the world a victory for the hon est workingmen of Marsaehasette. But if you allow those Utopian theorists to appear in your midst and discuss ques tions and wrangle among themselves, I can assure you that yeou will continue to keep divided. CAPITAL IS ALWAYS ON THE ALERT. It has its ticious tools always ready to try and create dissension, and now if you keep a good outlook for these infamous scallsa wage, if you suppress them when they make their appearance in your midst and try to create a dissension, you will be vic torious. But on the other hand, mark you, you will never come together and think as one man The Greenbacker has hie issue, another man has his issue, another man Lis issue. Tell 'em to drop those issues, and come together for bread and butter (cries of good, good, and applause). If your opponents ask you what you are go ing to do, tell them that you are going to CATUREB TIHE STATE OF MAESACHUSETTS by the ballot. Tell them that you are going to capture it in order that you may be renabled to ameliorate the condition of the working masses. Tell them that you are tired of electing wolves to take care of sheep (laughter ansd applause). Look at your last Congress, all lawyers and bark ers. WVhat do these men know abrus the r-anta of the workingman T Simply vno thing. Thfu, friends, in the name of God Almighty, I will beg and implore of you n:i t! in occasion to pool your isuene a~dl (.,pture the State of Massachusetts (o!p 1,lane. Good. good) Are you going to do it 7 (voice-Yes, yes.) Tton all in favor of pooling their iseues will please sig fy it by holding up their hands (apparently all Laondi went up amid load cheers). All opposed (no hands raised). It is carried unanimously (great applause). I am glad to see the workingmen of Massachusetts so united. Friends, you will drive the enemy together. You will drive the Democrat and Republican to gotber if you keep united. The idea of men in California who for years declaimed from the platforms that they were friends of the people-the Democrat would say the Republican is a robber, and the Re publican would say the Democrat is a thief. When I see these two men joining hands and marrying, I believe them both, (Applause). They join hands to defeat the honest men of the country, who thought fit to express their sincere inten tion of taking charge of their own affairs. Do the same thing in Massachusetts, and next November you will hear an ominous cry from all parts of Massachusetts. That reminds me of TIE STORY OF THE BLACK CROW. There was a small, little grocery store down South in a little village, and they had in a cage a tame crow. A few men used profane language, and the crow learned to say '-damn you " They had a fnre one night and the cage fell down, and the old crow ltew out, and built a neat in Sthe r~ftre, of. the ,nlv little church thete was to that village. Every two weeks the minister held a prayer meeting there, and one evening he was delivering his sermon, and when he was becoming warm with his subject the old crow poked out hebr head and said, "Damn you" (laughter). The old minister wondered. He commenced to tremble, but he tried to keep his courage up, antd resumed his sermon when again too b:rd of darknese said, "Damn 3;u" (laugh'er). lis knees trembled. The old crow flow down upon tthe platform upon the pulpit. lie threw his sermon one way, lis bible the other, hand Jnumped out of tile window. The audience bri-ga t ruseh to t.he door, but there happened to be one old lady who had a lamn leg in that audience (laughter) and she fell down. She had a eatcuel, and in that was some bread and cheese. When she fell the satchel flew open and the cheese fell upon the floor. The old crow hopped from the pulpit to the cheese, and he looked at her. She opened her eyes and said: "it is the devil." The old crow says "damn you." (!aughter) Aoud then she says, "And damn you, too, (loud laughter and applaust). I didn't organize this meeting. This was a Meth odist meeting, and I am a Baptist." (laugh ter) KEARNEY 8 MtIdSION. Neart Noemrlr, ladies and gentlh mro, by a united organization you will have the Stare of tMasachbeette in the same predicament. Tnese men will come to you with tears in their eyes saying I did not vote the Democratic ticket but I voted the Workingmen's ticket. Friends, I woulnid like to continue my speech in the same strain but it is merely offering suggestions to you, it is not necessary for me to diaccss great questions, 1,t to show what you are going t> gain by capturing Maaemoosehusetts. My mission is t r asuint you in captoriang the State. If the State is captured then we will tell our oppon enate what we propose to do (cries of "bear" and applause) Capture the State! Never mind these issues, osctire the Ststol That is all yeaou have got to do. As soon as that is cap tured capital s ill come down on its knees to the workingmen. I do not doubt the capacity of the worklogman for intelligent self govern ment. I know that the only dignified Cody of men in the United $tates of America are work lgoKmenr. Why, teo workingman is the back bone of the Republio. ABOUT COMMUINISM. What do these infernal seooundrels mean by calling workingmen Communistets Do they know the meaning of Commoolst? Commun ism means tie people. Let moe take them t> France, the bhot-bed of Communisom. The workingmen of this country know nothing shabout Communism. These infernal tyratt, are the Communists, r s they understand Commoun ism. The men who ridicule Commonism know nucthing about it France is the head of all Communism, and what do we fiad in France Over six million of small farmers; we find t ae French people paying thousands of mihlouns of dollars to Germany, we tlhd tie Ba .k nf France with its four hundrrd nol'ion dollari ino Its vaults, we find the- loaning money at at two per cent. a year, the umot pIro)perous cJnutry known to civitzc'ion. (great applaose ) They will admit t I 't Fcanoe is a bot b-d or Communism, they cannot deny that, and yet they denounce workingmen as Communists. We have the power in our hands to do with this Government what we plea,., and we pro paoe to take advantage of that power and use it f:om this day forth (aris of "Good.") ORATORICAL PERORATION. I know the workiogmeo of Masaobhusetta will anoooed. I walk the earth at midday. I nod the vast expanse of the blue heavens un relieved with the sparkle of a single star. And yet I know that Mare still holds b's course, tas Venus still whirl through spae, aend that Jupiter and Ureonu are flshing in the coon fluoe of light, that the biasing bold Orion. and tbe brigh eand guiding gleam of the North Star are all there. and when the centrifugal forces of nature whirl oa into the presence of tniht, we behold our oompaniuu worlds travel ling in shbinin splendor upon their eternal rounds. And thus it is with movementsof this kind. We know that the workingmen are there. We know that they are as true satheetale in the heavens, and will, whbeo called upon exhibit themselves in beanty, in majesty, an4 in power. (Cries of good, good; and loud and prolorgKd applanse.) Workingmen and women. I thank you a toosand times. (Groea applause ) The alst degree of virtue is to keep peace with God; the cecond to keep peace with our neighbor; the third and most perfect is to make peace between those who are enemies, and to do this for the sake of Christ who is our peace. MISCELLANEOUS. THE DON&HOE PATENT CORD-BOUND MATTRESS. Thbse mattreosed are made by my new patent pro. oess which enablee me to defy competition with the kinds in general use. A comparison of the bedloae binding on mattreuee with my inventfion will atify, soy one that my CO -D.BNIN NGb hae greater strength, is more durable and nicer, and what is still more important. there is no crevice where dust or dirt can gather or vermin lodge The public are levted t call and examine I shall take pleasure in showing them, whether they desire to puroh.se or not. specal attention given to the rerarinR of alli kinds of mat tresse., with my IMPROVED TICK4. or I will sell them to all who preer to havre 'eir soitrees made or repaired at home, as cheap as the other kind of ticka can be made. ond I hope by strict Oatention and prrmptuese to-obtain a share ot the public patronage. All goods and workmanssip warranted as represented. and delivered tree of charze. I hall kap clnetantly o ,n hand the largest std beat Sseort ment or Mt TTR 5P'SES. PILL3W-. . IYtLS 1'ER , FEATLHERS. 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Thousands of fematlusr, too. ulr' broken down in health and spirits f'rou disorders p eculiar to their sex, anoi who from false, modesty or neglect prolong their stierliugs. Vhy, thlen. further neglect a subject so pro ductive of health and lhappiness when there is at hand a means of restoration? PULVERMACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BANDS cure these various diseased conditions, after all other means fail, and we offer the most convincing testimony direct from the af flicted themselves, who have been restored to HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY, after dragging In vain for months and yearn. lfend now for DlcRltlrtlvE PAMPIHLT ant Ttts ELEcrRIC QUoARTsILY, a large Illus trated Journal, containing full particulars and INFORMAT-IoN WORTHr THlOUtsT DS. Cop les mailed free. Address, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC C0., Car. Eighth and Vine Sts., CINChfNATI, 0. &' Avoid boqus appliances claiming elec tric qualities. 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