No. 43. All Hail the Power of Laboring Men.
1. All hail the power of laboring men,
Let the old parties fall.
Put out for candidates good men,
And then elect them all.
2. We'll have congressmen who will vote
For just and equal laws,
Repeal the bad ones we now have,
And build up our cause.
3. We'll have for president some one
Who'll help us all he can,
Who no bad deeds ever has done,
And is not Wall street's man.
4. Let every voter in our ranks,
For woman's rights cry out;
We need their help to down the banks,
And turn the gold thieves out.
The most solid comfort one can fall back upon is the thought that the business of one's life is to help in some small, nibbling way, to reduce the sume of ignorance, degradation and misery on the face of this beautiful earth. — George Elliot
Don't judge a man by the clothes he wears, for God made one and the tailor made the other. Don't judge a man by his family, for Cain belonged to a good family. Don't judge a man by his failures in life, for many a man fails because he is too honest to succeed.
O. A. McCown.