Inconsistency Of Free Trade
Talktng with a Free-Trader, one day. I was told How I had been robbed of ten dollars in gold )n a suit which I wore ; and I ouly paid iiglit dollars in gold and bonght ready-madé. No1 this is quite funny, and seems strange to relate How a mau's robbed of ten dollars, when ho ouly paid eight; And how all that read this I think can see, How inconsistent their argumeuts be. lint the strangest of all, (Tht is to Bay I How ihey niiiku Free iiaw Material odt of Ke Jersey Clay, When down iu the South, thia same clay seems to be mauufaetured article, (Whieh they think ) uli can see. Uut these ure the reasons that Free-Tradeè bring our Protection or any sueh thing. Aud there is just as lnuch réa-sou iu thR i s the rest Oí their talk and their logic, vrheu thev do their best. Hut if they will be consistent, just take mv a.lvice, And'take oll the Dufcy on reamus aud Rice. But the South thu well knovr would thisoiiposc; For they grow JUce and Peauuts.as all the world knows. And uow! Geovee Cleveland, uho think yourselï smart In rulmogtiie North, and Protectiugapart; Juat In1 consistent, and do that which is best Aud give all Protection, North, South, East aud West.
Ann Arbor Courier