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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1881

She Ifetfaft ;." Volume XYII-Ne. 224, LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, MAI 21. 1881 'Prfce Twe ten: "-rvtrii.il - - i CLOXMMXU, VmmUWMiAM, a JJBW CUmUNG STOKE. CHAR. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE N6. 164 North Queen St., (nehtnann's Old Stand), Ncxtdoeor te Fllun & Willson's Stere, 1b pits pared In make Clothing te Order at Short Netice nnd en reasonable terms. A complete assortment ef Ready-Made Clothing elf.WKf variety constantly en hand and for sale at remarkably low prices. apr25-lnidw N KW STOCK OF CLOTHING WOftr- SPRING 1881, AT D. B. Hostetter & Sen's, Ne. 24 CBNTBB SQUARE. Having made unusual efforts te bring before the public a line, stylish and well made stock et WIHHG, we are new prepara te show them one et the nwst carefully selected stocks of Clothing In this city, at the Lewest Casta Prices. MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING! IN GREAT VARIETY. Piece Cools et the Most Stylish Designs mid at prices within the reach et all. 0-Give us u cull . D. B. Hostetter ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1JNTELLIGENCEK SATURDAY. MAY 21, 1881. H U.a nrastrr I:;lr Ihgrncec. SATURDAY EVBNIMO, MAY 21, 1S81. The Herey Letter. The publishers and editors of Truth, who were Indicted for publishing the Merey letter,lnwejustbeen discharged, Uie prosecution confessing its inability "te show that they were parties te the al leged forgery of the letter, or that they even bany knowledge that it was forged. kil, who was charged with writing it, was conceded te be innocent. The district attorney declared himself unable te discover who had. committed wliat be claimed te have been a public crime of exceptional gravity ; but he was satisfied tliat the parties accused were innocent. The presiding judge con curred and they were released. Yet these men were committed for trial by a judge of the supreme court, who is new shown te have done se upon evi dence which is net deemed strong enough te send the case te a jury. This judge, Neah Davis, at the same time, it will be remembered, underto...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY -INTELLIGENCER (SATURDAY MAY 21. 1881. Paxton presided, and an 'eloquent and powerful suldiees was delivered by Rev. Dr. Jehn llall, of New Yerk. COLUMBIA. MEWS. OVK KKVUMK CORRESPONDENCE Lively market this morning. Tlicre is little local excitement ever the primaries. Ne announcement yet of excursion rates te Gettysburg en Decoration day. Rev. Wm. Morrison, of the First Bap tist churcli,Lancastcr, preaches in Tigilant hall te-morrow morning and evening. 1110 river water is clear, but rising .slowly. Pay day at Shawnee rolling mill, and institute meeting with the teachers. The Columbia Secial club elected new mcinh era last night. Cuiei .Marshal Yecuin asks all organiza tions which will participate in Decoration day exercises te report te him at once. Headquarters will be at Odd Fellows' ball en Decoration day. Comrades . A. Iicckcr, Ed Caswell and J. L. Wright are upKiuU d aids. Mrs. Annie Wittenmyer, of Phihwlel Phihwlel phie, addressed a small audience of church l...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGER, SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1881. trs'-jcr $urlHacncer SATTJBDAY XVSHIMO, HAY 21, 1M1. THE DIAGS. THEIR rOKXTJUXXH ANNIVERSARY. Anether BrtUlaat BatertalnmeBt at Fallen Omm Bease. Wfcas tae Orators talked About sad Wtat tbe Anelence Tfeeugnt of TBm. Tbe forty-sixth anniversary of the Diag Diag nethian literary society of Franklin and JIarsliall college, celebrated in Fulton opera house last evening, was, in all respects, an indubitable success. The floral decorations, the work of die committee of arrange ments composed of C. D. Mayer, chair man ; C. W. K. Cruin, G. A. Schwcdcs, J. Q. Adams, J. C. Feltz, F. C. Mayer aud K. Taggart were elaborate and beautiful. A Hue stage scene of a forest constituted the background, while from the top were .suspended arches and baskets of choice tlewcr. Graceful festoons of ivy and a large Ileral star, above which was a silken banner with the motto of the society upon it, "Dum Licet Utamur" Let us learn while we can hung from th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 May 1881

H)je wtf&te ftxMlinM ,5 . fT a LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, MAY 23. 1881 Price Twt Crate. Volume XYII-Me. 225. CLOlMHrO, UtTDERWJSArt, C. VHV CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN 1 Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehraann'H Old Stand). Ncxtdoeor te Fliun A Wlllsen's Stere, it pie iiared te make Clothing te Order at Short s'etlcc and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment or Ready-Made Clothing ofetery variety constantly en hand and for alc at remarkably low prices. fapr25-lmd&w N1 KW STOCK OF CLOTHING FOB SPRING 1881, D. B. Bostetter & Seu's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusual efforts te bring Ix'terr. the. public a line, stylish and well made sleck el BEADY-IADE CLOTM, we are new prepared te show them one el the most card ully selected stocks of clothing in this city, at the lowest Cash Prices. MEN'S, BOYS' ANII OUTHS CLOTHING! IN GRKAT VAKIKTV. Piece Goods el the Most Stylish Designs and at prices within the reach et nil. 49(Sivi! us a call ....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 May 1881

LANCASTER TAtLY IflTlSLLlGBSSCER MONDAY, MAY 23, 1881. Hancaster f nteiUgencet. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1881. All Trrfa With the Same Stick. The Republicans have had another primal?-, election in this county, and surelyjietJiinthatthelNTELLiGEXCEn has ever said about the vileness of their organization and its best workers is se strong as what they are new saying about each ether and in their news papers. Per weeks this community has been infected with the loathsome con tagion of political corruption, arising from the struggle here between two rival rings struggling by all bad devices for the spoils of office. All reports agree, and our personal observation con firms it, that these rings were never mere reckless 'and unscrupulous in the employment of such devices. Without doubt the larger portion of bet ter citizens lingered with the New Era faction, Crusting somewhat te its pledges of reform, and te the character of its candidates, among whom there were fewer political hacks and can...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY MAS 2& 1881. - - ' ' - ' f f n i '" f r f Register Jeseph Umble, city. Protlienotary The friends or both Frirly ami Skilcs claim their nomination re spectively. On the face 'of the returns, as exhibited by the Fridy party, he has 178 majority, and frauds in Skilcs' s favor arc alleged in the Second, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh wards of this city. The ether .side has the committee and claim counter frauds. County Treasurer Jehn J. Geed, Mar tic. Clerk of Quarter Scss'.ens Geerge W. Eaby, city. Clerk of Orphans' Court Jeseph Rccscr, Sadsbury. Prison Keeper David K. Burkhelder, city. County Commissioners Samuel M. Myers, city ; Abram Summy, Marietta borough. Corener Daniel A. Shiffcr, city. Directors or the Feet Jehn Evans, Warwick : Martin Krcider. city. Prison Insicteis II. I. Gish, West Denegal ; Jehn .1. Leng, Druinore. CeiiuLv Auditors U. M. Grcider, Mt. Jey borough ; Jelui K. Recti, city. Delegates .Southern Distiict II. N. Jircncinan Strasb...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILT iKTEn.IGENCER, MONDAY, MAY 23. 188L inca&tet intelligencer. MONDAYVENINQ, 1IA.Y 28, 1881. TUB HEW. Fer the Ihteluekxcxr. New te the xebc of the teeming cartli, The old, with tbe pest, Is gene. And sett, low winds breathe of joy and mirth, OI time's most glorious dawn. And thick en the boughs of Joyous trees Bad brilliant veblags or green. And the living air, swift couriers lrem seas, Whisper through this verdure screen. New Is the oev'ring el earth's bread plain, The beautiful hue Is there ; Fer nature. In glory, bnilt her lane Willi costly adornments rare ; And mountains and ilales breathe perfumed sighs. That float o'er the scene around ; Tell naught or the time which droops and dies, When warmth in letters is bounds New Is the tinge of the golden morn ; And rosy Aurera new Wakes in beauty, and quick te adorn, tti ight jiencils the heaven's brew. Ami the blue In the vault of space above Is pellened with tender light. And the soul, with strange, dlvlneU love, Se...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1881

Sk - vBtHHQBbkk V-J77 ' A I I m siMiV.-ili):: Mi.-hifi!, U -t i . i nl I i I i Vel.me XYU-Ne. 22G LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JIAY 24.188J Prie l"w CeU. it i ill nimi r iabzBii i ii i,i ii 11111 .a b "x. h v bi . bi - " c h- bi a. bh daiBHr'. .bbbhibbb .mbt bbs . , bbt i VB1 'V bbs m BBfl BBB BBS: . BI v bbs m BBB w bbb B Bft fl H ' Bl -. Bm- -!; -Bl.Bv.. H. .' Jv"Mw3r Bf Bf Bl , H . BL H . H Bl . Bl Bl Bl Ba . Bl . BL B&. : ii; . i !j - ' . i .! ) . ... i i f r cLeianra, vsdbrwbar, jtc. WEW CLOTHING STORK. CHAR. A. HOHMANN 'Hf J Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehmann'ii Old Stand), Nextdoeorto Fllnn A WIHsen's Stoie, is pre pared te make clothing te Order at Jjheit Netice and en icasenahlc terms. A complete assortment ei Ready-Made Clothing efctery variety constantly en hand anil for 8ulcutrni:irk:il1y low prices. apr25-lmd&w N KV MTOCK OP Cf.OTIIINO ten SPRING 1SS1, AT D. B. Hostetter & Sen's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusual effort te h...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1881

.J'-r ,i- LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELUGBNGER TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1881. Lancaster f ntriUgcncrt. TUESDAY. EVENING, .MAY 24, 1881. Tke Parade f the Jadges. The supreme court has afforded the geed people of the state another chance te shake their heads, in deciding, four Je three, that Mr. Bend was duly elected president of the Reading railroad corporation by a minority of stockholders. It will net be the fact of tke decision, probably, that will make people wonder, se much as the remark able division of the court in making it. Most persons have quite given up the effort te comprehend the Beading rail road muss, and would thankfully swal low any interpretation of the law of the case that the' courts would agree te make. It is possibly amusing, if net gratifying,te the doubting people te note that the supreme court seems te be as much muddled as they are, and te be quite incapable of agreeing upon se sim ple a thing as the interpretation of the charter of the Reading company govern ing its elect...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY MAY 24, 1881. blame it all en " Harvc Raymond's ras cality," and last uiht they gave out and had it telegraphed te Philadelphia that Raymond and his return judges would all be arrested at once for return tinkering. Harve, however, put in his appearance in town this morning, as pert and chippy as ever, and says he is ready te be -arrested, is waiting for it, and has sent word te Scnscnig, through ilen Breneman,te crack his whip and that whenever Raymond is arrested Levi will be arrested tee. Harve has quite a story te tell of his and Sen seuig's relations in this campaign .The gist of it is as fellows : ." lie cheated me and I lied te him ; and that is the whole of it. Scnscnig and I have generally worked together and he depended en me and the eight or nine dis tricts I control, and last Wednesday night it was fixed that he would give no money te anybody in them except me. I was te help him get some of his men in and he was te help me get Grlssiu...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY EfTELLIGEffGER TUESDAY, MAY. 24. 188L vneaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1S81. Iiitredncterj. There is a vital force givipg impulse and direction te progress in the world of busi ness which may be known as the force of concentration. Its working are seen in commerce, in manufactures, and even in agriculture ; but are especially noticeable in the consolidation of railroads, which has formed such a remarkable feature in the history of he past quarter of a cen tury, and which is still going en even mere rapidly than heretofore. By this princi ple of consolidation the cumbersome and COSMy erjjailizan"" m.j urc ivi iu- read companies, with fifty presidents, fifty beards of dircctersand fifty sets of officials, clerks and agcnts,are done away with, and one competent manager, with an efficient stan', conducts the affairs of the consoli dated line fifty times better than before. The advantages aud - economies of con centration, se strikingly illustrated by the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 May 1881

Sfeiiittclluuiutr 3k wtftiSteft M??irrjx, Volume XYII-Ne. 227. LANCASTER,. PA., WEDNESDAY, MAT 25. 1881 Price Twt Ceat CLoiHiife, uimxmrisAJt, sc. COHET1UMG NEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMASTS, ..THE SIIIRTMAKEB, Ktl. JIG NORTH iVKKS STKEKT, VTKtV CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Ilelrmann's Old Stand), Ncxldoeor te Fllmi A Willsen'a Stere, It pits pared te make Clothing te Order ut Short Netice and en reasonable term!. A complete assortment of Beady-Made Clothing of every variety constantly en hand and for Hale at remarkably low price. apr25-lmd&w c I.OTIIING, A.C Last Saturday we had at times tnerc customers than we could wait en promptly In spite of our extra force et salesmen, ami as a result the gate were very gratllying, and we hope every body went away satisfied. Our oblig ing patrons indulged us geed rinlurcd ly walling when every salesman was busy, and in turn we did our ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 May 1881

LANCASTER PAILTONTELLIGE1S0ER WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAT 26, 1881. Sean the Lead TnmpeL The Philadelphia Press does net ex hibit any eagerness te discuss the pre sent condition of Maheneism and the proper relation te it of the Republican party, although this is a question of the hour which is engaging the immediate attention of the Republican administra tion, in view of the assembling of Mr. Mahone's convention in Virginia, eh the second of June, and it is one upon which our cotemperary must have a very de cided opinion; unless, indeed, it has suf fered a change of heart since its het championship of Mahone a month or two age. The Presi is a progressive jour nal and has dropped out of Conkling ism with great haste and decision ; and has promptly thrown Bersey, tee, te the dogs ; and it will be in very excellent taste and judgment for it also te see the error of its ways as te Mahone ; but, as yet, it lias made no sign of recantation, and...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENCER WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1881.- The Moravian. Among the proceedings of the Moravian syued, at, Bcthlebem, the following reso lutions were unanimously adopted : Whereas, The bcttlement of princi ples renders easier the decisions of special cases which may avise ; therefore, Resetted, That this synod recognizes the fact that it is only as an integral part of the Brethren's Unity that the American province has any right te present separate existence as a church, among the churches of our land. 2. That this synod declares that it is firmly held by the bends of doctrine, ritual, discipline, constitution, the work of education, home, foreign and Bohem ian missions, which unites the several provinces of our church into a unity of the bretbern. 3. That this synod further declares with regard te our own province, that the in terests of all parts arc one ami the same, and indivisible. 4. That this synod disprove of all ap peals te sectional reeling or assumed sec tional ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25. 188L I Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1881". PHILADELPHIA & READING R. R. THE SUPREME COUBT DECIDES IN HUNU'S favor. Janice Shanwoed, SUrrett and Trunkey DlMent from the Ieclslen m Armm t Ien or the Majority and File a Mi nority Opinion Fall Text or the Important Opinion. Iho supreme court en Monday filed an opinion affirming the decision of the court below in the Reading railroad case. The opinion is signed by Justices Mercnr, Paxseu, Gorden and Green. Chief Jus tice Sharswood and Justices Sterrett and Trunkey filed a dissenting opinion. The opinions are as fellows : Majority Opinion. After reciting the sections in the charter of the company relating te the election of officers, Judge Mercnr, who delivered the opinion of the majority, says : The fourth section fixes a time for the annual election of all officers of the company, and espe cially declares they shall be chosen by a majority of the votes preseut....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1881

lanal! t- v Vel'ime XVU-Ne. 228. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1881 Price Twe Ceits. dli aiim In i trl rnrwr rir V.OWIXG, UXDEltUTMSAJl, 4bC. OOMKTIIIrfG NEWS L.IOE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, Til IS SIIIKTMAKEJi, M. .10 NOKTU QUKKN STKLKT, Vi;V CLOTHING STOKK. OHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (lIeliinaim'M Old Stand), Next doeor te Fllnn & Willson's Stere, is pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice ami eti reasonable terms. A complete assortment et Ready-Made Clothing of every variety constantly en hand ami for wile at icmarkably low pi ices. apr25-lintl&w c LOTIHXU, &C. LuslSatiuduy we hud at tinier mere customer than we could wait en piemptly In spite ofetir extra force et salesmen, and as a result the sales were veiy "Riiliying, and we hope every body went away fcutislicd. Our oblig ing patrons Indulged ns geed naturcd ly waiting when every salesman was busy, and in turn...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1881

LANCASTER iAItT INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY. MAY 26, 1881. lnratet intelligencer THURSDAY EVENING, HAT 20, 1S8L A Tfp.TeP Ealefj. Cel. Ferney does net leave the readers of Progress any room te doubt his ex alted opinion of the late Themas Alex ander Scott. The colonel is profoundly impressed with a conviction of the truth of the saying that the geed die young; illustrating it by citing the early death of the Saviour ; and Byren, Napeleon, Shakspeare, Cervantes, Raphael, Pitt, Douglas-Stephen A. and Scott-Themas Alexander; " among whom" says Progress, " there is net one who, in fifty-seven year's experience, aided mere individual men and women, or helped forward great enterprises with a mere fervid zeal or a sublimer unselfishness than Themas A. Scott." That will de for eulogy. It may be said te be a strong commencement of the statement of Mr. Scott's case. We publish it in full, with the continuation, elsewhere. The colonel wrote in a state of exaltation ; evidently he is an admirer of M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY MAY 26, 1881.1 COLUMBIA NEWS. OUKKUUUL.AU CUKKr-SrONOKNCK. Fishing is all the rage. Au axle of a freight car broke yesterday en Ceatesville bridge. Jehn S. Clarke is ill at Black's hotel. Ne leaded beats east for two days en account of break in canal at Buffalo, Pa. The written examinations of the public schools will be finished te-day. Te day being Ascension day services will be held in St. Paul's Episcopal church. The church edifice is handsomely deco rated with flowers. It is te be hoped that ' limited liabilities in long clothes " noisy babies in ether words nill net be taken te the ejicra house te-morrow evening te the com mencement exercises te annoy the audi ence. " The school beard will attend the high school exercises of commencement in the school room te morrow morning. The exercises will commence at ten o'clock. Among ether things the essays of the graduates will be read. Au adjourned meeting of the school beard will be held this eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1881. u. iLmtatxcx Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY XVKNINa, MAT 25, 1881. DEMOCRACY IN SHEOL. BY FIIAXK WILLI? O LEACH. O the rich millionaire, with his geld ! O the pauper, with penniless parse ! Tlie' the ese shall be sought and cajoled. And the ether one spurned with a cui-ec , The' the one shall have cheer en life's high way. And the ether one queers in lite' byway ; Tuo'the one hath estate, nor the etherabbil llnir Tct life is death's prophecy Jcaili, life's ful filling. bKQCEL. Tliey enter the grave, of each ether the equal. O the king, with hi- sceptre and crown ! . O tlie fclave, Willi his shackles and thongs ! The te one come applause anil renown. And the ether eue insults and wrongs ; Tlie' the one hath his palace and castle, Aud the ether the hut or :t rascal; The' the one shall exult, aud the ether one sorrow Vet life is death's yesterday ilea' h, l'es to morrow. UN vei. Decay carcth never for splendor et couvei. O the sage, with...

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