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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - May 6, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana Lim Jill lev w the Wabash published every wednesday speaking with the or Bedosti of a Mah Hil Isbir feb it to an Aud Brck of arc been. By Osda Esb a. A a a hmm volume ii. Terre haute Vigo county India Iva May 6, 1840.the Wabash enquirer ii published every wednesday office on 4/a, be tween Waytuk and Okio streets directly East of the court House. Term.9.�?three dollars per annul. Two dollars and fit by cents will be received if paid within eight Raoul is from the time of subscribing or 2vo dollars if paid in Advance or within four bin Tom. No paper discontinued till All arrearage Are paid Aniess at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the end of the year wiil lie considered a new engagement. Adv�rti8ementb in this paper will not be allowed to average More than four columns. Advertisements inserted three times at Dollar a Waare 8 lines to be continued at tie rate of 2� Ceaty per Square weekly. Unless the number of insertions be in Ark de on the manuscript when i handed in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisements published by the Quarter or longer will be charged a Square fur six months or $10 a year. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15,51� i for three squares $2u for Quarter of a column of 2000 Ems $2. Half a column $50 three Fourt Lis i of a Columan $6"3 for a column $75 a authorised by statute must be paid for in Advance. I advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for Public i cation by a brother publisher. I to postage must be paid 1 Commodore Decatur. The late Gallant Decatur was a Sailor to the very heart s Core and loved to toll anecdotes of the common sailors. I recollect one which he used to relate to the following purport in one of the a tons Between Tri it Oli while fighting hand to liar ii i with the Captain of a Guiti boat Decatur Cam Tif in being Cut Down by a Tuik who attacked Hini Froais behind. A Seaman named Reuben Jamef who we Alrea Ity wounded in both lands seeing the if his commander rushed in and received the a Ivy a the uplifted Sabre on his head. Fort Cinnlt by. The honest fellow survived to receive his Reward. Lime afterwards when he had recovered from wounds Decatur sent for him on deck exp missed in gratitude for Bis self Devotion in presence of Llie Crew and told him to ask for some Reward. To Boneta tar Pul cd vip his Waistband and rolled hot did but seemed utterly at a loss what Rico Ripen to claim. His mets Matos gathered Aroutun h in. Nudging him with their elbows and whispering in his ear Quot he had All the world in a pc Trina and could get what he pleased the old one advised tins thing another that Quot double pay Quot Quot double ally Iw-1 Ance Quot Quot a Boatswain s berth Quot Quot a pocket fail of Money and a full swing on Shore Quot Etc. Jack Elb de them aside and would have none of their co in i. After mature deliberation he Aniio minced tiie Row Ini to which he aspired it was to he or curd from ill ing up the Hammock cloths a Quot he re q i St a was of court a granted and from that Tinis fur r i whenever the sailors piped to Stow away their h i a Nicks Jack was to be seen loitering around in. I looking on with the most gentleman like h he always continued in the a Init ship with a a i Lur. "1 could always know the state of my Hil a a y Jack Quot said the Commodore. If was in a a Roki humor and wore a pleasant aspect. Jack would i c sure to heave in sight to receive a Friendly my it Quot i was out of humor and wire As i Soine limes d. A foul weather physiognomy. Jack Kewit aloof an a a walked among the other Saviori it is pro it for to add that Reutz in James received a More solid a word for his Gallant Devotion than the Previl. Above mentioned a pension having been granted to him by government. On another occasion. Decatur had race new York the Freedom of tli.? City As a Al of Reed it act and gratitude. On the Fulk he overheard this colloquy Between two of his tailors a Quot Jack Quot said one Quot what is the meaning of this Fredom of the City which they be been Givin n the old Quot Why Don t you know 1 Why it Quot the right to frolic about the Street As much a h pleases kick up a Row Knock Down the men Ami kiss the women Quot oho Quot cried the other something Worth fighting for Quot a kick Ebocker. Substance of the speech of w. C. Foster delivered at a meeting of the democratic republicans of Monroe count held at the court House in Blooming ton March 14, 1840. My. President the object of Llie present meeting is simply to interchange opinions in regard to those measures which will have a tendency to promote democratic principles and to recon trend to the people of the county to select a their township , delegates to attend a county convention for the purpose of nominating some suitable individual to to supported Ity the Dean socratic party As a candidate for state representative. In addition sir we propose on the present occasion to give our views in relation to the great and All absorbing question Viz the presidential election which will take place next november. Our political opponents with a Zeal which deserves Praise have already set the Ball in motion and Are using every Effort to propagate their principles principles to say the least which Are in opposition to ours and which we conceive to be contrary to the Best interests of our common country. It was remarked by a distinguished individual or. Thompson a candidate on the whig ticket for elector when he delivered his speech Al the whig meeting which took place Here some two weeks since that he and his friends were not governed by Mere party principles. Never sir was a More Correct remark mad for we take it that the whigs Are the shreds and patches of every political party which has existed in the United states from the foundation of the present government in 1789. Never was there a More Complete amalgamation federalists of 98, opponents of the late War anti masons abolitionists and we arc sorry to say a few Good honest republicans who have been led away by the Syren voice of whig Gery Are the materials of which the modern whig party is composed. In order to show the correctness of the position we have assumed let us take a Brief View of parties since the formation of the present Constitution. For it is Well known to you fellow citizens that from the establishment of the Federal government to the present time a Here has existed in our country two great political partic a entertaining very different views not Only As regards is indebted to the conqueror of Packenham for overcoming the monster supported at it was not Only by the talents of Many of the first men in the Union but also backed by British influence and brith Gold. In 1832, Congress passed a Bill re chartering the Bank of the u. S., which was vetoed by the president and no wonder when it was proven it had violated its charter As the following charges will show first the Issue of $7,000,000, and More of Branch Bank orders As a currency. Second usury exacted on the loan of broken Bank notes in Kentucky and Ohio. Third Domestic Bills of Exchange issued being disguised Loans at More than at the rate of six percent., sixteen millions of these Bills having been issued in one month. Fourth in not having a due proportion of Coin in the capital Stock. Fifth foreigners voting for directors through their trustees. During the passage of the Bill various amendments to the charter were proposed but they were uniformly voted Down and the friends of the Bank were determined to make it a Complete monopoly As the follow my votes will show Viz in the Senate Quot or. Moore offered two amendments. The Quot first prohibiting the establishment of branches in a state with Quot out the consent of the state government was rejected by a Quot vote of 28 to 18 and the second proposing to subject each Quot Branch to taxation in the same manner that the local Banks in Quot such state should be taxed was rejected by a vote of 26 to 18.&Quot or. Bibb Quot moved to fix the rate of interest at 5 per cent.,&Quot which was negatived yeas 20, nays 25. In the House of a preventatives or. Wardwell Quot moved that the branches be liable to be taxed by the state to an amount not exceeding one per cent annually Quot which was negatived was 89, nays 93. Or. Hubbard moved that the states be permitted to tax to the amount of half per cent yeas 81, nays 90. Or. Bell no Ved Quot that the states be permitted to tax the profits of their respective branches to the same extent that they tax the income of their local Banks and of their own this just and reasonable proposition was also negatived yeas 88, nays 94.&Quot or. Mann moved that a tax of one percent be Laid upon All the Stock held by foreigners which was negatived the Powers of the Federal government but also the proper j yeas g9, nays 110.&Quot or. Mckay moved Quot to subject the for measures to lie Ped for the happiness and Prosperity of the people who compose this great nation. These two parties begun to Maui lest themselves in the convention itself which Ibin cd the Constitution the one headed by Hamilton who was in favor of adopting such measures As would tend to the eign Stock to the same taxation that was levied by the states on the Stock of resident citizens yeas 79, nays 101,&Quot or. Coulter moved Quot to provide for an annual committee of inquiry into the affairs of the Bank consisting of one senator and two members of the House which was negatived without a division. Ice Ives 4r Testim tii. Join Dav 1 advanced Umit of the few in opposition to the Many and who i the Bill was then passed by the House by a vote 107 yeas to i i l _. I a l. 85 nays and in the Senate by a vote of 28 yeas to 20 nays. Such fellow citizens was the kind of monopoly which the friends of the Bank wished to Force upon the people and which had they the Power in their own hands they would establish now. Surely it was a reasonable proposition to make the Stock both of natives and foreigners pay the same tax As was paid by other citizens for their property but an honest Farmer or Mechanic must be taxed to support the government while the Rich citizen and foreign stockholder some of them English lords must fatten on the profits made by the Bank off our own people without paying one cent to the support of government. Is this right is this Fairno fellow citizens there is not a Man in this Community who will dare assert that it is and yet this is the kind of institution the whigs wish to fasten upon the country in order As they say to Quot regulate the heaven save us from such an unnatural monster who would prey upon its own children for the Benefit of aliens and foreigners. Although or. President to do not intend on this occasion Tatj a Witiw Ifft til or St Etc of Lars yet we cannot withhold from making a few observations in relation to the Quot address of the whig convention Quot which assembled at Indianapolis last january. We would Call your attention particularly to the following Quot when in March 1829, Gen. Jackson assumed the Quot administration of the National government the whole country Quot was prosperous. In every Branch of Industry in every Branch of Commerce Success and profit attended our were we disposed sir to prove the falsehoods contained in the above extract we might refer to statistical tables of the year 1829 but we prefer to state facts with which you Are All acquainted. If the farming or agricultural interests influence the manufacturing and commercial pursuits of the people and no one we presume will have the Hardihood to Call in question this position then i Appeal to the Farmers of this Assembly to say if the times were prosperous in 1829? Why at that period the agricultural products of the country would not pay a firmer for raising them Corn could then be bought for 50 cents a barrel. Pork 50 per Hundred flour the same 6 or 7 dollars would Purchase a Good cow and 40 or 50 dollars was a married couple determined to be divorced b it not being Able to agree with respect to the disc of the children referred the dispute to an aunt to whose arbitration they respectively agreed t it submit. Quot we have three children Quot said like husband i insist upon keeping Iro the third shall be left to the care of the Quot hut i Quot said tiie Mother Quot have a right to two the care of one will be More than sufficient for is no Way of settling this said the aunt wit i tiie True Gravity of a judge Quot but by waiting for the by Lii of a Burf i child you can then separate on equal tins decision restored Gootel humor l to contending parties embraced and the idea was fir gotten. Hoak Telb the night of the 11th ult. The Village of false tha Kenay in Hung try. Containing 220 habitations and a population of i to to souls was entirely consumed. In the Day tie daughter of a Rich Farmer was married to a Yoa i a Man of the Village Luchy. At Midnight when the Happy pair retired Charles Shelky who h cd a ought the hand of tie Bride but had been refused set fire to the dwelling and it waa completely enveloped in flames which spread through the while place. Upwards of 200 perished in the on align Tion so More were severely injured. The Bride was among the first and the bridegroom one of the other sufferers. Shelky the incendiary is in custody. A Labok fact and tet a differ once of the Earth s distance from the san Between the Vogee and Perigee oxi to latter that is Wincn it is part heat of or nearest to the Earth is three million two Hundred to outland Mues. In this Centra a die Sud is in apogee or farthest off about the 1st july and in Perigee nearest the Earth of the lat Day of dec. If then on the let july a Cannoo Ball should be discharged from the Earth in a right line to the no. And go a the rate of 500 Miles per hour yet the Earth proceed ii in her accustomed orbit would be of Harar thaa tie Capanoa Ball of the last Day of de be afar by a Milton Omiles a it of kiss scary Quot was Rama arable for dry humor Aska passed by a Ryai eld one of morning in August he Agar Tom Laavy Ltd of the Vilge surveying Bis pop a a Iii it Bays us lawyer what makes you car a year Bead stooping wimm Joar a Nast Friend c. I my see Kab a i Larrr Alioe erect and Quot Sawit Ana Arefa Kingsbury Quot looked at that fial Jal Grain a tia fall a an imag Down like Ariae Bat do of car Baa Daaud a like Jet Awa am a Rei marked by Alae writer i afm Makaaf alms a what of Rood Kreed. Tac Ite is Tea. In is Vasa Tui a overdone a a Adf a a pm m m pm off Madoas aia throw a a a a Hovel Aart Oas Ofili a i iwo Haals a a pm we i a �1th a pita. My. My Ieve �ril>�a4af my Man int Lara. I sized to it a Strong government to have a Senate and i Ocsid fit for life and to address the latter by the title of his Sebeny. . That men who had Peri led their All in defence of Liberty and who with More than spartan firmness had endured All the horrors and privations during a seven years who had manfully withstood the whole Power of ii fact Hrit aia aided by their hessian auxiliaries in contending for tie Rig hire of freemen and who had successfully thrown Oli the Yoke of bondage impose d upon them by the Mother c Tun try should so soon forget the great principles for which they fought and bled and at Lem t to rivet on the necks of then countrymen a Burden equally As great As that from which they had been just emancipated is Quot passing the other i arty and we arc proud to say we belong to it Ever contended i r an Equality of rights for the advantage of the i univ Iii o a sit Ion to the few and wished to cherish and keep alive tii Iso Nin Ciplys which i characterized our revolutionary sires. V Ery s a on after the adoption of the fed Rel Constitution parties assumed definite names and characters. At first they were known As federalists and anti federalists but in a Little Wii Ilo they were designated As the Federal and democratic parties ail although the former have since that period Oliai Igod their name at one time assuming the name of National Kepu Laicans and More recently that of whigs democratic w his Harrison ans pc. Pc. Yet notwithstanding they change their name so frequently their principles and measures arc substantially and to All intents and purposes the same. Niider their old name of federalists and particularly during a the administration of John Adams or As it has been emphatically called the reign of terror Quot they advocated a Strong National government and wished by construction to make the mean any thing and every thing they pleased Neit Iier abiding by the letter nor spirit of that instrument. They advocated a National Ijanke and spoke and voted in favor of the alien Ami Sld Ilion Laus. What think you fellow citizens were these Laws. Be will Tell you. The alien Law provided that if a foreigner residing in this country was to say any thing against the Quot Powers that be Quot that the president War empowered to order him out of the country in 20 Days let his Circum Atances be what they might. The sedition Law provided in substance that if a native born citizen dared to speak As a Freeman in opposition to the acts of the administration he was liable to be tried and fined for so doing by the u. District court and you no doubt have All heard How the celebrated Matthew Lyon was incarcerated for months in a prison for refusing to pay a Fine imposed upon him under the provisions of the above mentioned Law. On the other hand the democrats were the advocates of a strict construction of the Constitution they contended for Powers expressly delegated they opposed the funding system the alien and sedition Laws a National Bank and All monopolies and Why because they violate the Constitution and Confer Power on the Federal government at the of the states and the people. The democratic party triumphed and or. Jefe Roii was elected president in spite of All the slanders chicanery and efforts of the federalists. During the administration of Jefferson the got Crement was administered on constitutional principles but towards the conclusion of his successor s term Sonie innovation was made on the great charter by the establishment of a National Bank and a Tariff for Protection. The policy of or. Madison was pursued by or. Monroe and during his administration very Little excitement took place. In 1824 messes. Adams Crawford Jackson and Clay were candidates for the presidency and As no one candidate received a majority of All the electoral votes the election devoured in the House of representatives. Henry Clay having been distanced As the sportsmen scythe Choice Lay Between Gen. Jackson or. Adams and or. Crawford yet notwithstanding Gen. Jackson received the highest vote by the people or. Adams was elected mainly by the exert aos of Henry Clay who was rewarded for his desertion of the democratic party by being made Secretary of state and Ever since that period has been an Julien to those Republican principles which he formerly supported so ably. But the people did not ratify the bargain of Megara. Adama and Clay and the former having served one term waa superseded by the Quot hero of new yes or. President the people Rose in the majesty of their strength and hurled from Power men who had been elevated by Quot bargain intrigue and when general Jackson came into Power All his fib rat tended to bring Back the government to first principles and notwithstanding it waa asserted by Ihn Thon Isoa Quot that no it to hints was said or no oppo Auton was made by that great and Good Man during the first mum of Bia a to the u. Bank Quot be must beg leave to aah that a Bia first annal message to Coo great in be called a a eation both to constitutionally and expedit Slejer of that Tipe fou owing ext not Fra no aah get who aboard. The charter a of Tbs Biol of Lily Wims mex tia 836. And it with ii Tel owl a Graf % of their print take a Wotli a Expadie taef Quot of the Tow crsias�4 Akk a i portion of oar a coir a a that it Lwi iul�4 it gig i a and awi�4 can we. The awk the highest Price that could be obtained for a Good work or Quot Quot Saddle horse. Can any Man Here contradict this statement of facts if so let him speak. To Are not at All surprised that the author of the Quot whig address Quot should make the above assertions which is Only a specimen of the whole but that a body of enlightened men professing Quot All the decency Quot and Quot All the honesty Quot in the land should have degraded themselves so far As to endorse such falsehoods and publish them to the world is to say the least a characteristic which no honest Man would feel a disposition to deprive them of. We might Here aside from the political sentiments they contain make a contrast Between the addresses of the democratic and whig conventions and show that while the author of the first takes a Manly and honorable position in the discussion of those principles which characterize the democratic party the other is a tissue of mra onal and vindictive abuse almost from beginning to end. But we forbear As the addresses Hare been distributed throughout the state and the people will judge for themselves. And Here we might advert to one singular fact which is that not Only the great Quot National convention which assembled at har Sbur in Pennsylvania and nominate it i Gen. Harrison for the presidency but of tie whig state conventions which have been held since that period have declined submitting their principles to the test of Public opinion by not pit blushing any address or exposition of their political Faith which prove that the modern whig part Are not governed by any fixed principles other than what John Randolph once said of them Quot that they weve men of seven principles i. E. Five loaves and two files Quot or a John q. Adams Abo said of his own part Quot they have no honest principles to beep them Only Cement is a sympathy of hatred to every Man of purer principles than Deal fellow Cui Zena Baa been we by the whigs in relation to by Public of Ficara the Large Auma expended for the a a Panama of the govern not and last Tbod not least Bev Are forever Barp Abo Ift the a Trao Aury bul. We Thiril make a few observation a in a latino to Boio Imirea which engr aaa to much of the attention of the 0j >l0a Hoo and which Baa been the theme of Man a meter Ali lipid i Oit the admin titration. We Atil Roit without hesitation thit a ii Tieber of to in ideals. Ent fuated with the Pobric food have no ote it Tiei i and Bavo become indebted to the Over meat in but Trio hat been the of with Ever Adnirum tra a my Dajani of Walati Atteo until the pro aeon Umo soared Iho records of the Tredway Deparias ont and you will a . But theft Yott nut not it Iid am Raeljr Baa exceeded six Mill Iima and a half of Douala and adopting a computation made by a committee of the House of representatives m 1832, would equal thirty five millions. The next largest amount of loss As ascertained and computed by the proper bureaus has been by disbursing officers and has been a Little under five millions. And the least loss has been by collecting officers not much exceeding two millions. The aggregate of All these losses taking the lowest estimate for Banks is about thirteen millions and a half. If in connexion with this subject were considered the losses in collecting the Revenue by the non payment of Bonds for duties on which credit was Given to merchants so Nething Over seven and a half millions must be added increasing the aggregate to More than Twenty one millions. The proportionate losses by these classes Nave been thus those by the Banks and the duty Bonds Ank it unt to More than two thirds of the whole. The losses either by the Banks alone or the merchants Bonds alone have been nearly As great As by both disbursing and collecting officers United and either is More than three fold As great As by collectors and receivers and several millions More than by them not Only from 1789 to 1837, but from 1789 Down to the present moment. Quot the particular losses in each presidential term have also been ascertained and As they furnish a striking solution of some of the general causes of those losses the periods in which the largest and some of the smallest ones happened among each class of Public agents May be usefully designated Here. Among the Banks the largest losses Ere from 1813 to 1817, then consisting entirely of depreciation of notes taken and next from 18�o�o1 to 1824, consisting then chiefly of deposits while from 1829 to 1837, they were smaller than in any period since 1813. Among disbursing officers looking to the amount disbursed the largest losses were Froais 1821 to 1825, next from 1817 to 18-21, and next from 1809 to 1813 and they were smaller from 1829 to 1833, and 1833 to 1837 than in any other term whatever excepting from 1789 to 1793. The loss on each 1100, from 1829 to 1833, was Only Nineteen cents and from 1833 to 1837, Only Twenty six cents while in some previous presidential terms it was As High As two dollars and sixteen cents or nearly ten times As great. Quot among collecting officers if looking to the amounts collected the largest losses were from 1797 to 1801, next from 1809 to 1813, next from 1817 to 1821, and next from 1805 to 1809. The most numerous defaults compared with the whole number of that class in office were from 1809 to 1813, next from 1806 to 1809, next from 1821 to 1825, next from 1817 to 1821, and next from 1825 to 1829. The ratio of them from 1829 to 1833, and 1833 to 1837, was not one fourth As Large As in some of the periods just enumerated. Indeed it was less than in any previous terms from the foundation of the government four and the number of such defaulters was less than in any presidential term since 1804.&Quot we thus see fellow citizens that during the administrations of Madison and Monroe whose patriotism and Devotion to their country s welfare no one will question the losses by defaulters were much larger than during the administration of general Jackson which extended from 1829 to 1837. But the whigs Are continually throwing in our Teeth the Case of Swartwout the great defaulter and they censure or. Van Buren for recommending him to president Jackson for the appointment of collector of new York and for keeping him in office Afier he became president knowing him to be a defaulter. Now the facts of the Case Are simply these Swartwout had rendered some service to his country during the late War and being highly recommended general Jackson appointed him to the office of collector of new York. When his first term which was for four year expired he was again nominated to the Senate and his nomination confirmed by that body although a majority were whigs and opposed to the administration. Or. Webster was chairman of the committee of the Senate appointed to investigate Bis conduct previous to re appointment and he pronounced him faultless and the nomination was confirmed. Previous to the election of or. Van Buren Swartwout changed his politics presided at a Large whig meeting held in the City of new York and was even nominated by one of the whig presses to be run for vice president in conjunction with or. Webster As president. The result of the whole matter is that Swartwout tvs a great scoundrel and in the investigation of his conduct it appeared that while he was a Democrat he stole by hundreds but when he became a whig and associated with those magnificent Fellows Many of whom live on borrowed capital he stole by thousands Quot Cut stick Quot and fled to England and from thence to France where he is now reposing on the laurels gained by swindling the government out of upwards of a million of dollars. A we might retaliate Here and Tell you that the son of general Harrison the whig candidate for president was a defaulter for thousands when he held the office of receiver at Vincennes but we will let that pass As Well As Many other things connected with this subject As we fear to trespass too Long on your patience. In regard to the increase in the expenditures of the general government it will be seen by the following extract from the report of the Secretary of the Treasury that they can be easily accounted for Quot by wars pensions Indian removals and other Peculiar causes deemed at the time in most cases sufficient to justify the appropriations by Large and often unanimous votes in Congress Quot and he further states that for the future the expenses of the government May be limited to eighteen of millions per annul by a reduction in various items. We will be pardoned fellow citizens for calling your attention to the follow my somewhat lengthy extract from the Quot report Quot As it shows conclusively that or. Van Buran Cali it be justly charged with extravagance in the administration of the government. A the Secretary says t the nominally connected with foreign Intercourse have increased least. Those connected with the War department have inc Reitand lilo St. The civil and miscellaneous i Harges continue comparatively Moderato. But several of i or heaviest burdens such a the Navy the Ensina Indian disburse Mei and a. Cumm Coati Abiog of it gel uses fortifications roads and improve Onui in harbours and Portal w a Nisi a a wid Mill y a a mama in Erton Ems Amer a in a a a a he Rivera have augmented very largely Ai Aqa tho Firat eight yearn of the government some of to Bataz Foo reared More than fifty fold. On a careful examination it will be is Etc indications Mon or less plausible have been made for these addition at different periods but they Canna 1m now applicable for the continuance of them All. Thus the enlargement of our Oak to exp Gaea from Leaa than Adf a Muon yearly Bebco u95,to Moro than six Milliosa now was in Homo decree justified from Timo Teotimo of limit Aid to foreign motor Lourae a us Aemi it Barbar my pop la a and at tho protect Irti of of Emmarea a dts a my a a wit Myrial Iteli i or rapid of whether in Rem Uteal Asia by Leaor Mortara Globe. The increase of pm Animia in Ottly to firer fifty to by a hand Douw 18h, jo.lfeyj�. It of fit Law fou air. But it was oui Dapaah Laarss a met my Olav Tiwu a Senoga Gbo to my a we Smik a Gra tatti Plata a a nth Jim Pesi. The wacms8 or that the defame rate Par a fan s4 to Thiefa Moi than aay thing Olaa. In prise Ples Are the Priam Irlma Quot to Summat the a Haifa i air _ striving to effect As Aceval red Neuoma of tip or Laboa is a idea a Ridie Ioas aah 4k �lm�o4 that our wonder is that the a big with of cart Aow born pretended re space for the a Tom people. A bold be sob Foels As to change them a us entertain bag it. But men amp in mfr aet a Wpm motives and whig with Alt their but men however pure they May be in Thor Oani Eye they still have they covering Aad w99m they May act from sinister motive. What then Are the motives which Are now of rating among diem 1 what Meana it Whitt a Hoaas John Davis Mast flu ii or. Fitch Mhz Speser and then have this spread a if of the Irta a adm wind tar aah rite length and Braith of a Barf wbk to it that the great guas at a Amilee must Start the cry about the redo Tina of do wag a of labor and tray Blanc lie and Swa theatt it Echo and re Echo it in one Long Load Aad Iaeli Asiaf note a Norving from Maine to Reorg to 1 1i%b Means it that of sister nost play the sir Altfas the Senate cd lbs and exclaim i am a at the reduction a wages of labor Quot Aad the Luttjo Daniels of Bank a Frand Mana factorial Desria All about our cities Lom til Aga Awell up i Moecking cry Quot we toe Are Agai Aat the re Daatio of the a Ousbor a a sing Moscia Worth volumes of words it in a fact then that the Konsti treats of these whig pa�-triot8,"bimoitaneoqaly with their Congress Abee live under Kea to reduce the wages of in their employment and is not Bete the a Atolia whole matter 1 Are not the Raoufa staring Eaife rations striving to grind More profit out Fotte air Ertivee and is not a a honest John David a i others alike Quot Bonem Quot striving to make the Admill Stratton the Cape got to Bear off the whoa Araut this Flag Titus measure Quot Sach a course Quot a this is the hypocritical East of the wealthy Mono isto who Cut Down tho warm of the working Raaf Quot Soch a course a Rea Daraff Aak Pessary by the late experimenting on the ear Saef or by the Independent Treasury Bill Bellg Likely to become a Law or by the whole policy of Huftil Van Buren or by the reduction of the Correney a my inc. Gladly would we avoid it if we could. Bat such rulers As now Are in Power Force us to h. What can we do when we live under the wont government that Ever existed on the free of the Earth 1 this is the stuff that is poured into tho Aai of intelligent men by those who would la Bor of its Reward by such talk is Tbs Reatea ibo observation the Oramon a use of Fiat men daily insulted the greatest hypocrites a of ten make thalo Agasi prayers let the Mec Banies the Farmers the Naefe ing men distrust those who make such us Satama words of profession for their interests and at to same moment Issue edicts that would deprive Baak of their bread the whole object of this teat whig move is to enable the manufacturer to reap larger profits and charge the cause of the Nee Aasaru sure to enable him to do it namely tho late Tion of wages upon the National admin Citi Xona Quot said Aib stump orator lately in Mississippi who was Nizoil for office in the Sute legislature a Feller Cit mama if you elect Roe my advocacy of Banks shall to a Strong that it will break the track of a Herd of Bact Loed Volcano May pour out their lava Reda Ollif cities to smouldering ruins Earth Nakea Mav to Gulph in the vortex of premature destroy then and populous islands cataracts my Sisgor to bar aqueous contents making nature tremble Witler lbs continuous Effort the thunders stroke May Stoa trate the mightiest of monuments Ever Raia eol combined Ai tie Stop monuments Ever raised a Tom of Art and Labory the vivid and Flash of lightning May rend the sturdy Oak of he Forest and make the i Ion Sou led and the rub be Tad quake with fear but do you think Feller att Isaaac that All this would make me vote against a Haab i d d Clear of it. Blitz the celebrated Veatriz Loquist Whitn Traver ing in one Oft be Southern states stopped St a Mart and ordered Grain for his horse. The landlord Gafah orders to Bis holler who by the Way waa Alaffa Darkey and As it appears net very Hoost. It Lar the usual time of baiting the Borse was Bruu Gbo the door Blita says to the boy Tom it but a aha a alias Grain 1 Quot yes Massa Quot relied Jack Fiat the Boasa apparently Job were no. How is Llinat a Aebig he says no and i never know him to lie Jadi eyes were Stock out equal to Bia Kpa Oxnaes Caiaff great Aston Ashmont. And the and hard Aad by Haa ers were Irig Bened to hear a horse spot a. Of a Letioa More did you give him any water 1 Jaa Tai otly Snake red Yea Masai Quot but tha Horve tail mediately answered not a drop Quot Jack a Alidaf with Fri acknowledged Hia guilt and the Gaittan Bis master. By after tha copernican Sybern of Mako army begs to be generally understood an old Cena Tati Cut Farmer went to his Vaoa with the Faux Waif query a Quot doctor t. Do you baliave4a Thida Pyi Bry they Tell of the Earth moving Luand to a my Quot Yea Quot do Joam it a Teao Dion to scripture a if it a True How of our commanded the Eon to stand 1. A Ille Iyott quoth the doctor no Wail Pupil veal Xvi my handed the Sua to Salaad atoll did Hal Quot Well it a Loit Diu did it not Ryan Van we now did you Ever Bear that Hoh it Tuph egg in Quot we Are Bosnia Hakaia. Writer we Fiaziah. Our it wart on the in big i we. Aad Rose it in the Sima Maas Iery to Agabi a the i wrinkling of Eye. Ii Prativa going u the me of Twa a hour oar soul a Imph pm Aam a like a Atar and death like a Bash of lightning. Filli Iii Quot

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