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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

MOUNTAIN MASQUERADING BY ELEANOR KIRKE. FOR SEVERAL > ears a little log cabin the Adirondacks had but two tenants. Joe Fen ton, the pioneer, a man of some means-for certain reasons a good dial ont of the elbows witii the world generally—had come upon this clearing in the valley, and determined to build him a house and enjoy himself after his own fashion. For lone season he had held undisturbed possession. The next year, early in June, a traveler beg ged a nignt's lodging. This chance .acquaintance ended in the gentleman spending season after season in the same plaee. Indeed, he came to the hut at the first indication of spring weather,and left it late, always waiting to be.> driveii off bv the snow. He (gave, his iia^me as ifrx Haughton,and w'& a handsome-stalwart man of thirty five or 'thereabouts, of rare ^ intelligence and cult ore.' Joe ^e.uoirs early education had been nested, but he had traveled extensively, and had picked up by observation a won't ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

&HE BeMOOR^ PtTBLISBTEB EVKBT W BtiSESDAT MOHHtKQ,; AT MoHTBOSE, SBBO> CO., PA., BY. j ; HAWI.EY& ODaTJSEH EDITORS & PROPRIETORS, " : At two Dollars per Year jin Advance. TO ADVERTISERS:—Thb DKMOCBAr as an advertlelng.medium is unsurpassed in this section. .H reacbee the Parmer, Mechanic, and business man. Its circulation is constantly increasing, rind its advertising "tea reasonable. Rates will be given at our office or jmall. J ' -". JOB PRINTINGr-Our office Is supplied with four i*rlntine presses.together with i large variety of type. ttrders, fancy inks, etc. with /hicli we are prepared \doworkln thfe list style and htjprlc-* lower than ay competitors in any section. sidmpks shbwn and ¦ tlmales cheerfully given at our office. Work order"iby mail will receive prompt attention, \B. HAWLKY. - - Wi G. CRTJSER. National Oemacrattc Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ; ; j SAMtJEL J. TILDJ&N, !> ? OF NEW YORK. - ; FOR VICE PRESIDENT, '¦/'}¦¦ '¦ THO...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

PROMISES OF REFORM. Some of the professional i reformers says the Hirrisburg Patriot, affect to be delighted with the promise of reform which Gov. Hayes makes in behalf of himself and his party, fearl Shurz says the views of Gov. Hayes form the "most comprehensive," the "most clearly defined," and; "most satisfactory programme U>f civil service refortt ever uttered in a few words." But aftjr all th« y are only "words."- Against these ''few words" of Gov. Hayes which have captivated a modern reformer the country has the many and splendid achievements of Gov. Tifden. With an intelligent people which shall weigh the knost, the deeds of Samuel J. Tilden or thb words of Butherford B. Hayes ? Will they have a man of deeds without "words," or a man ' of '^words'' without deeds ? While a private citizen Tilden boldly encountered and aided in crushing the most powerful Ring of public plunderers, except that under Grant, that was ever formed in this country. N->r was he ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

^ Advertlseyaepts New Thin Week. 't^OTICE tO BUILDERS. , TSe School Dliteetore, of B idcewater Townphlp, will letthe tulldlng of a new school bnilding in the O'Brien District, at the Tarbell House, Moniroae, on Saturday, August 12th, 1876, at one o'clock p.m. Plan and specifications can be seen at the storeTof Wm. H. Boyd & Co.. Montrose. ALSO, at the tame lime and place, the old school building will beioW t<» the highest bidder. By Order of th« Board. . - f B. H; PICKERING, President. Attest-W; C. CURTIS, Secretary. Jnlr 19.1876. - .' '•' . PROCLAMATION. SUSQUEHANNA COtlNTT SS. - . Anna C. Merrihew by her next friend Abel O. White. vs. Cteiter' Merrihew. In Court of Common Pleas of Susauehanna County. January Term, 1876t To Chester Mlerrihew : Whereas a 8«bpa>na in Divorce was isened to January T«rm. 1876, which was duly returned non.ut inventus and thereon an alias auhnoena was issued returnable to April Term, 1876, upon the return of wulch proof was made...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

TTALUABLE IFAR^ FORiSAJiE! .'-•'•' r- .[, - [by-- ¦'iir-i" -."*"¦".' ;-';'.:-':".. NEW MULfORD TOWKS1IIP. The undersigned executor of the estate of Simeon Van Fleet'.'dec/5, offers for sale the farm of said deced fcnt,oae-foui.hm«Jeriorthof the Mox»ey church. New Milord township, Pa. It contains about 112 acres, well watered, fe^ced,and. ur.der a good state of cultlva. tion. I nuttstd'epoiee Of said fa.m, and will sell on \ EASY TERMS. -For Further particulars inquire of the subscriber at SummersviUe. Pa. 1 ? P. O. Address,New Milford* Pa.•- '¦^¦ '' E. A. ALDRICH. July 19,1876tf. ¦¦:•;.¦¦¦¦¦ oeport, "'•;• ii/:, - OF THE! CONDITION OF THB AT MONTROSE, . IN THE STATE OF PBNRSYLVAN1A, At the close of business J»ne 30,1876, RESOURCES. Loans and discounts... ................. ....$148,618 78 Overdrafts.,i........... .*.....-. 1,79206 U.S. Bonds to seCure circulation... 90.00000 Due from approvea n-servt agents,. 6,732 28 Due from other National Banks... »•.; 4,54(51 Due rroir. Slaie ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

S HERIKFS SALKS.4-BY timvR of writs Issued by the Ccurt of Common Pleas of 5u*quehanna< o-.iuty and to me directed. I wil expose to sale by public vendue, at the Court House in Montrose, on . Friday, August II, A. B., 1876, at 1 o'clock p.^rn., the following pieces or .parcels of land, to wit: . , .' : AM that cerain parcel of land situate in Lenox, Susquehanna couiuv.Pennsylvania. b<miided and described as follows, tii'wit: On ih« nor.h by lands ot William B Gardner, Ch«rie-i 'I Imrley and MrsR(u<d, on the east by lands of .Mrs. Rood. >VlIlium R* Gardtivr.and IIol. Robinson, on the south by lands of William Barber.Levi Chamberlin and George Conrad, and on the west by lands of William Barber. Charts T'nglev and Hornce Tineley, containirg 225 acres of land, he the same more or less, with the appurtenances. 2 dwelling houses, 4 barns two orchards, and about 150 acre* improved.— [seized and taken mexecu Jon at; the suit of Andrew Hallsted, use of GroW Brot...

Publication Title: Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Itclorin Spar tin from Tilden. We" ask every honest itiiiii to read the following. It will be; bornfe /irPlnT^d that Governor Tilden bus not yet/written his letter ol acceptance. Wlieti ,tbii?appears, it will show the people What a $e. form Deniocral has to Say a^dij what, h a assertions are :r*. . ; .' '-ffyf-^ y f^ GENERAL ^ pCLEUNA.N#> JlUn£<|iij^E<i MKy''<>F'iHE-"';t)oMMixf3BEVl%aiT-aV'my earliest, convenience prepare and transmit to y*»u a formal acceptance, ol the nomination which yon now-, tender'to me In behalf of the Derh -c'ratic N^fronM Coniventiau, and 1 jda not; ?desi%? on:tfrisoi£ c;ision \o anticipate^ any ^topic which mijf'ht he appropriate to1 that Ct>mmhnicati,.n. It.may -hoWever, be ji permitted to n)e iu say that my uoqmiation was not a mere personal preference between citiz:iis and statesmen ol thi|>• republic who D,ij|it/veiy -Well^ have beeri 'chosen for so distinguished an honor and for" so august a dut...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Terrible Traeedy. \ Newark, NJ" J., July 13.U.At two o'clock today three brothers named Fichorn, who have been known as ^.desperate characters for years Wfre arrested1 bv police officers for disorderly conduct; As officers Dickerson and Elsden 'attempted to march them oft the men drew revolvers and shot Eisden1 dead aud fatally wounded Dickerson. Escaping from the crowd the desperadoes rah up the street to J. W, Dawson's tannery in River street where they formerly worked. Tb>re they called for Mr. Meyer, the foreman who bad discharged I them, but not ^finding him they commenced an indiscriminate firing on the shop.which resulted in the killing of JohniAlbus, theassistant fore. 4iian, and the wounding of two workmen. The employes ol the shop turned out en masse and chuseH"'.."the murderers towards the rivor. In tne pursuit the workmen used stones and knives, striking rhe murderers several times before they reached the. river. The latter: escaped into the water and atte...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED H t* Jnst published, a new edition of Dr. Culver-$9f Well's Celebrated Essay on the radical curt W (wlihont medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal *» weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Incapacity, impediments to Marriage, etc. ; also. Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, lndnced by eelMndnlgencc or sexual extravagance, &c. fc^Trice. iu a sealed envelope, only six cents. l he celebrated author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates, irom a thirty years' successful pr«ctice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous\Uce of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointin" out a mode of cure at,once pimple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically,. , J^"This Lecture should be In the hands of every youth and every man in the land - Sent under seal,...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

jg^ R» LYONS & CO., i HAVE RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO THEIR STOCK OF OARPBSTS, OILCLOTHS. DRUGGET ^ a MATTIN38; .WINDOW ¦ . SHADES v.-":.. PAPER HANGING^fANI> ENAMEL GLOTaS,. COTTON YARN,!'' CO^FIN^TRW • ¦V''; -'-;,t'i:'!:-, MI]SrGS'-:.'--j >'-'-::; Pll^l^^ARE, DRY GO^ AND, GROCERIES, PAINTS^OILS, ^.DAMASK, REPS. ;> . ALL OF T>R. JAYNE'S FAMILY' ; ^;':^:KMEpic^ TiiOTSCTmiBiiEXLAs, liuiBERv ..;; •: '^ooods^c,,; '0^yi^;y':Z ¦ CALICO;;^ CE^ PEIi tY^RDi 1 B. R. LYONS & CO. Montrose, January 1,1876. E3. T. I?XI3E=LI>-yf Manufacturer of wioi,iJiBi8j iSloiglxs-—0—BUGGY, CONCORD, PHOTON, ANJ : S1DE-BAK GEARS. EVENERS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE WHIFFLETREES. ' BODIES OF THE LATEST STYLES JOBBING, kc, DONE PROMPTLY E T;PUflDT. - Montrose, June 7,1876.. QORRECTION1 I Rumor hap it that havin? been elected County Treasurer for the ensuing three years. I am to discontinue mj Insurance buaines. Said RUMuR is UNTRUE, and without foundation, and wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Another Accouut of C<mcr'« right. Detroit, Mich, July 13.—Lieutenant J"lin Garland, of company B, Sixth infdutrJ» with Gen. Gibbon's command, witr-s as follows concernini the slaaghti jrof the Seventh cavalry I and General tu«er. The letter is dated Mouth of li"- Little Horn river,'-June"Jb, end proc tils as follows; ; ¦*-;;/{¦. *> At the mouth of the Rosebud on the ^ <f June was struck a llarge Indian ;tt" leading up the Roti>bnd Yalley^ «iht!i1 Glister from there tool^ command ' ;'ine twelve companies of cavalry, atid NM on after the Siojux. H^ followed ¦ Mil to the foot of tlie mountains, and v"«u oy gcoutino; the valley that tlifty ^ encamped on a branch of the LJt-U,\?; Thi8 wa« o" the night of the nn- On the 25th he took five compart »»i.d followed the stream down one ]*'Hhlie Major Reno with seven rjoai-P'e*. went dowii on the other. I Major p owas-to attack the enemy in the TJ while Custer fought. Jjhern in. front ¦ »s woiild .have worked ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

C rlst From the Outrage Mill. A oorrespondent of the Ne v. York World, writing from Memphis, Tennessee undier date of July 13, says two days ago a warraut was j issued for the" arrest of "Fiances Thompson,', fofmerly a witness beforea cbngreesioualhivestigating committee and more lately the most infamous procuress j, in Bfl.Wmphiis. Dr.. J. H, Nuttal, alwell known Memphis physician havitig bee»- in [some way advised that there was suspicion as to the true sex of this vile creature^ sheuwisuuimoned before, the recorder] wEo ordered an investigation by four of the most prominent physicians ,came;into court and testilied that this pseudol; woman is really a man and in noj respect a woman. The court then impoS'd ai fine upon "Francis Thompson,' in jdefault ot which sbf- (-e) was takeii witli; the chain-gang^ to the city r»>ckpile, aijtir having been tiist stripped of temale attire ^'anU endued in the garb appropriate to her (his) real sex. She (he) attracted so much attenti...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

»»iB————^1———Mi—i—^——»^a^^^ .^Myi^yy<,y:' y -^JA.,...;.^:. ;:-,- j;.,:.n'eW- ^GOO-DS,.-^-;.. * ,yy, ¦ '"""' '' !- >1 ':• i;"'•'-"-- :'¦ :-- •'•'¦'¦ "'¦ - ¦ ¦ -':-' -r Tf "'.:¦¦.'"' ]'ZlZ'r )iZ\y;mw prions, ?: "i /-¦¦ .'•• ,X.: I .,-- ..-.-.. ¦ .'.. ¦"••-• r : ¦ . L|.-,L-' -i'-'.- ¦¦,.! - ',-.'¦"•".. ¦ - ""-' •' miojlM r!BbiYD-:i& fGO;,; " ;• (SUCCKSSOB^TO BOTD % COEWIK,) '"' / '' ' . .¦¦?:¦' ..'¦ j¦[ *".„'..'.':.[ 'V";..-"".:,'";";',",.v;"'. ¦¦ : .;• ¦ ;.; ¦• • .'IV DEALfins in .;: \ ¦¦" : ' Cook Stoves, Ranges, Heati .. ... . ¦ . j. .... , ¦ . 'f^iiifif'^SItoyes^f >y--^': ^'- "¦*>''<''... j "* :;^::.|',0N-;^iM-E^:^:i- "frl Is tbe namejof a new Cook Stove, just out, containing a new principle In baking,. and 1b destined to make a revolution in the construction of Cook Stoves. Come in and see it: > j THE ARQAND, J Aa a heating stove stands without a rival, in beauty, durability aud economy. Come and .satisfy yourself, and get names ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

Not that kind of a Man. Rev. Dr. K, tbe other day, found a pack of playing ca^ds in] the possession of his oldest boy and after giyitfg the lad a thrashing for owntng such engines pt Satan, the doctor placed the cards [in h»s own pocket, intending to destroy them at the first opportunity. Bui he, forgot about'tjvem.Brid subsequently, while in thecals on his way to the city, he pulled out his hundkercjbicf and the cards 'came out with it and fell on the floor. Tlie doctor gathered them np wi.iU.Va very red'iaceiiand while he was arranging; them in his hand he saw a rough looking man in the;, sent opposite to him wink at him. He turned his head away, but looking around a moment later, the man wink; ed at him once again. Then he winked several times and finally he pame oyer and silting down by the sidie Of :the doctor, said: "1 say, pardne[r, what's your little game ?-' , i"I don't understand you sir," replied the doc-* 1«r. ' ¦" ' 'l';' " ¦' ¦'- '-¦ uOh,you needn't mind me," s...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

• • ";.," V-'C;^,. ';-j;','.; "-V---:;; ^AT—':-''---''+; ' ¦ ¦'"-'¦ . ¦-- v •: ¦ " ''"I- *¦•!'• ""•¦¦¦ ~\'""'"' "O;'--.." "^ - ; -;.,-,,- ''!!./ ¦ , .- !-. .;,'!-' '"¦ ' ' ¦ •' '-.i'i'i'i o ¦ ' i ,' ..ir • \.: -.'.•-: ¦ - ¦',: ¦ - - ¦'$>.' < .-J' .; ¦ •.' ¦¦ .- ":•-¦¦-" .''.• ¦','-•-.--¦¦ ... '.- '" '"' - : .. ".'"' '' '.'' * Dl^ GdODS, GLO*^ . - : " '; :i"bbyy !.= ¦ . ¦••. ¦ -.: ¦ ¦;?¦ .- ¦- :¦¦ : ,,,",-.:. ¦ ,.\ ¦-, <, - . ... ..•¦•¦ '¦ BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, WALL PAPER, ¦ . ¦¦;¦¦¦ -.-,:•:'; ;¦[: ;•![_..- ; < stationery, &c. '.' .;.;..• ..,. !>' A In f^ pa. j iJalP'Afl goods bought with care and for cash only. An immense line'of Bargains just received. ' ¦ , ;:;;; > " ,/.;'• ¦ •'••"•••¦• Country Produce of ^11 kinds marketed In Philadelphia and New York. "Welcome" to both old and new customers. ' ': ' -bfri:by:< ¦¦¦¦:¦- ¦ . ^GEo.:k: LENHEiM. Great Bend, jMay 10th. 1876. /, (In His New Store.) •- .:•-)-. , • ¦ . -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

yyiamyymim mathushek akd chickerinb I rAT_' Pianos. J. F: THOMSON'S' .;¦ •• ,H^r^T!l ' MUSIC & JEWELRY STOKE. ^m. ^^^g - I-X3NT3D ariaxvjSijiiTr 9^^ S^S§ ^^ SK f NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING. Gr60rg8 Woods & Go's ' ' X- ."-'v • •''! -- ¦-' -"- tT. E9TEY tto OO.'B, "f" CJKEAT BElilJCTIQX IN PRICES V T|is Spring. ' ¦! A^D OTHER ORGANS. . i-— j. F- BRONSON, AG'T, • ~ ^ p^^\' ¦' ¦ \ >*S. ' : J^^^^< ': ¦ ••'••"-'¦ WH9^.E^fM AND RETAIL. [' ^^C^^pR' ..^^^^Rr-J'.'. ¦ MUSICAL MERCDAXD1SE . ^-—*%"¦'"''¦ _ "¦ ' '"- Of all Descriptions. • A FINE j ASSORTMENT. SHEET MUSIC, INSTRUiVHON BOOKS, •'¦¦¦"' ''} ¦ ¦'¦ ,\._,..- -. ,. J^i-WatcheSi Clocks.and Fine Jewelry re-^gl . , ctc'» ctc"etc* - paired on shor.1 notice and warranted. Brick Block, - MOKTROSE, Pa. . Fine Engraving done. March 22d, 1876.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

1884. .".¦: -'.-: j t 1876, jFacts Better Than Fiction! tffa fr': :'V !:'.':¦¦';.':- -.v-:^'. <>x ' ':: ... "; "i:.;" f^TTiNBURG, EOSENBAUM £ CO., '-"•¦'•: "' ]!. f, '¦' \ - -- ¦'¦• "' - ; -:-.'- , .. ,,• -:-' : ¦ ¦ .-Ib still in Montrose,!being established nearly a quarter of a cenlnry; and intend to be another. Are,carr.\ir>gthe largest and most complete assortment of Dry Goods, Ready-Nadc Clothine, A c., j. c. of any other fitm in the County. Our facilities for bnying in larce quantities of first hnnds by the oripinal paik«y:«*,auo iy hnviiiga resideu' buyer constantly In the market.issuch.thatit makes it almost an ImpofslhilinforaDy new orolddtuku to compete withus'lb priews. .. . . _ M. S. Despaticr. having just returned from New York w|th a lnrpe stoch of seasonable goods, booghtfor cash at the most favorable rates, prices being so tempting that he br<ngitt heavier than nsnal. aud mostly at larje Auction Sales. We will, can and shall sell them at ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

f j A. S. MINER^BINCHAIVITGN, "'.:'•->• •¦. ¦ -..;¦ :!••¦ j ,.'i: 'v\:w"';,^';..':WHOI^8ALBI)^IJSR lN^';v.¦o^•-'^ BRONZE tiMPS, OPAL liAMPS, ALL GLASS LAMP^ HAND LAMPS, iii;:lTi(^ BPBOIAL INDUCEMENTS IJSf j AJLSO, MANUFACTURER OF , TMCJST ^a.3NTI> STJ&JX?A. ' 3S'SS1*rX* i WARE. JPrieea Guaranteed at Low ai any Emm in Soutliern New York. Addreas by Matt Promptly Attended 'l'o. «arch»l,it>T6. A. &» M1N» H.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

. ¦ ; ¦•'¦¦''¦¦: l'8*dj;, \'''";.-'"•": }fr .'^r^'.iS^^ . " ¦'*" ¦^'¦¦¦—% . „ AN ADDRESS TOi ,TH6 'BOW,1 PATRIOTS - AST> BfeWlKQ-siACmNB AOEKTjS OF : . ' " '¦ TAY NATtVB-XAND. '¦,'¦''" ¦ ¦/¦' •'. - ' y'y ¦¦ !¦"> '''»'¦. ¦" ¦ ' \ . ^; BY AFOTtt R CAitY. ; Breathes there a Yank so mean, so small, Who never pays, "WaaK neow, by gaiil-, ... I reckon, since old Adam's fall, '.. . • There's never growed oa this, ere hall A nation so all-fired tall N I : As we Centennial Yankees ?"(i PrliowCrarzims^Itis.with concentrated fceiingsojf. oationar pride as Americans -that we staind iiere to^Jay, upon tyut,/pwti.'"ieet, watching the car of American Progress as It goes rattling around the three hundred and sixty-five mile track for tlie hundreth time. It fe the same old car; .whose wheels were Jubrtcated^a^ century^^ ago with^^ the;blood of our patriot primogenitors; but which are greased in these later days with a lubricator made from the odoriterpqs -skunks' pit furnished ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 19 July 1876

More Opjprcssion. A policeman collared him on Broadway, Thursday evening, lie was coming along.singing:,; .,' ¦ /¦'.'. "K(hic)izz me inuzzer, kizz ^our d^(bic)zing, Leen my; head up(hie)on-yonr brez ; Fold your lovin'arms zarqnn me—. 1 am weary lemmerc(hic)rest! His feet were unruly, his head, was light; but when the officer laid his rude hand, upon his shoulder he'stopped, slowly turned around and said: ' , '¦-'¦ ./ "Whazzemazzer ?" "I want you|to shut up," replied the policeman. '•'.': -I .'-.""¦"'.• ¦ ¦> ' "Can't I Zlpg, eh ?" "No sir,; you make too much noise." . "Tooimuch noise—um,zett I will .go home (hie) wiinmVj mou'shuV "Certainly." * "I pay taxes," urged ^ the inebriate. " . ' ''Doesn't make any aifference," said the policeman, ^j v ''¦',-"And I'velgotler be oppressed, eh f •.'".Yes sir, you've got to be peaceable." . "Can'tlzingfhimn?" ¦ "Nothing;*! all." ¦' : ; •.-.-"Can't llzbout?" :,"ShoSiit'!4Nosir:' .'.'" . '.';'V, . fr: b "YbU Won't lemme fight, wil...

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