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A CAMPAIGN SONG FOR IRISHMEN.
Air, .Pat: Maloy.
I Sailcd froin Cork unto NeW York, my Or
tune for to try,
And when L landed on.tlie d4cii, a brisk
young lad wes
ftraireen etnploynient till weary and tir-
‘ta,zsias 1,. , '
But every person whom I aske, said s no
Irish need apply. '
":wheeled about iii great disgust, 'in sorrow
and in .
"And asked it .this could be the laid of Car
roll, of Barry, and of • Wayne,
Those brave Irish Patriots fought for liberty,
And' burseth4' - pltii its of . that;
ca might be tree. ,
-.I heard of froritce , •"Greel • and thought I
would . him try, ,
-.Straightway I' went to see him In search cf
• some employ, I.
He said, "young man, i'vez work enough, the
= truth I won't' deny, , •
But candidly,l tell7ou,no irish , heed apply."
Said I, "kind sir, be pleased, to tell what is
the reason why -
Brave Irishmen are so despised when seeking
for employ ?" ,
He said "young man, it I.injist. the truth rn
. not deny, .
You Irislimer. are' Democrats therefore need
There is a party in tli;s land perhaps ?cm do
not know, :
Who are sworn to reject. all Irishrnem and
prove their overthrow,
All out official stations we will give to black
But candidly I tell you, the \ lrish have no
I I s
I thank you, Mr. Grecleir' your kindness for
The motives you expressed to me ill prove
Your overthrow ;
,a party in this land, t i tle - time is
• drawing - nigh,
When no. one but true Pemocrats for office
Your party, Itr.Greeley, bas
. caused us grid
and pain. . - - .
You've taxed us . out of Measure, your thiev
ing to maintain,
You ignored the Constitution in which our
• fathers took delight, , ,
And trampled on all our sacred rights with
'all your power and might..' - 1 -,, ,
Now I call on you brave Irishmen to fire up
for the fight, ' , ,
Stride in .nest November, and strike with
your might,' .
Join hand in hand with the .gallant hand,
Who will cielcml your rights,
And ;swamp the corrupt Radicals. May God .
defend the xight.
LOOKING FOR SIMPSON.
. She xi-as a tall, gaunt woman. land lt i cm the
country, for she carried a large cotton umbrella
in one hand and a well worn bulky'earpet bag
in the other. She was marching in and out
and round the. Lehigh Valley depot a way
that caused the officer on duty to wonder who
or what she was looking for. '
"Were you looking tilr some one ?r he asked
"It's none of your affairs, Mister, ~who I'm
looking for.; Who be you that you must know
other tolk's business ri.
"I'm an officer, cf the Lehigh \Valley Road,
"Oh, you 4; well then, I'm from Parsip
pany, inliorris county, and I've come, down.
bere just .to put my band? an a -man by .the
name of Simpson. Do you koo w Simpsoml
He's sickly-looking , and; talks the nicest you
ever heatii. He was , a Baptist, up. there, as
like as riot he ain't nothin down here.) Do you
know Simpson ?" , • .
alNo.ma'ain • I don't know any such
"That's just what I expected to hear. The
next thing will be that he is a 'married ulan, , or
inebbe he ain't Simpson at ; But :' it I yeti
ZIP hands onto that Simpson ono! si ! np c
11011 him "
"What's he been Cioing .
"He's-beery Join' lots `that's iiioB4: for a, man,
toido; 'lleipretended like he.wanted fo.inarry'
me, and keep it up fill:everything was :ready,
and-thertiif; this las i i minute he, wasn't ready. -
I'm mad, Illaterivid if Iliad ,liim I'd i3inipsola •
• ; 1
"Do you: ink he is berfrat, this depot ?"
"That"awhat I'd., like.- to ,. iinow‘ , for
man that trvels. If I lay my handa,,OntiktinX
• Itel4rOyell!aek:to ParsiPpeny,, - ;ofT-ir `..knOtf..
"I hope yOu'll'find luxu.then
"Find him ? Mister, 1. 1 ,m obliged to find im
covi.anl a Calf, and the'oniy . (30:
sent shOat on thulgice•just to buy a nice dregs
and button alwee*.ropidd look as fine - asany.
woman over iv* when she's agomg to be
married ?Do yoU'thinirm back goingbo ne
nOvr;yrititout - hint,Me a'.widder and every body
Ao, sir ! I'm • living to find_ that
• Alinipflon ;"' and sheinarehed. on„thrOxiglifAhe
depot giving every cenrmieti - C plank , iro
floor s sharp punch Avith her umbrella - She"
ai npeon .~'
~, 7 ,1
"What hive ivu got inquire& a guett_ of
a "walter, , with MEI iteik tied up; 'who wafted
MID at ; one of the most aristopstie hotelc-.
"I've got a gold in my neck and breast," was
the muffled re,PlV*,-:-., '
• - ”Then I.doiet.wa4t any 4- the colditelk spd
Intait; , .Pve' !Mril, 9ther-pFiRt: the ',chick
** sad watifitiip
‘, • • , ;11 ,t,;.; 44. , ;;C ,
:. ~, . ._
T lIE DIAMOND, FIELD.
ghopter 1.--"Tilis then, Miss Bunk _ e, is your
final answer ?" •
"Irrevocably sb," wasthe proud reply.
Chapter IL—They made a pretty picture
standing in the doorway of her-father's 4nan
sion; he the Captain of the Melon' Stealers,
tall and strung in limb, and tke hero of his lit
firstbade, in many , a hot-contesta
She, the fair, daughter of 'the..littiiker; who had
w'aged the entire assets'of the bank and the
deposits of many a poor man, on, the return
ganie of the Moth Bradicatorb and the home
club on the following day. Our hero's answer
came hot And quick : "Then; teinnrio.iy?`
Setting'stin *ill shine upon :the , begglidarigfi.
ter of. a rUirted - man. It rests i'rlth meld *thee:*
the game ortwhieh your proud:father'S
is Staked. : You have to-nighttifttled yonr otvu
fate.':' So' be it. .
him s elf
,seven times round on his heel, at the
same time boring a large hole in the carpet,
Moses Fitz Allen was gone. ,
Chopterl 'Hi—Prominent— among the.. im
mense crowd Asiernhled:- .
the . .groundejti
pale face - Of4rnelia• Banks. The Moth Eradi
cators are at the w
bat' o- the'. last half of the I
• •• •.
ninth inning, with two men out and one man*,
on th ird; and the: score stands 53. to
that man•get in is , tho breathless
which .pervades the scene. Moses Fitz Alen,
staridingon the first- base, mutters, "Now for
enge Now do—l- give . the thing a xay I
h 1" and hieface was distorted. with passion
like a Mull:ball-dried in the sun. "Two strikes''
Yelle the Umpire. -- The 'batter Must :lilt .the
next. time. He does not hit it; a„ : fly mounts
.to. Mose. "Make it,
Mose 1" goes:otit,' of the throat of Banker Banks
and hundreds Of. - his friends. "Not if Mose is
, tiNtiaiiited with himself," is his
low response, and the bull pa . ss . es his hinds,
and - the-man on third goes . home. Score 54 to
Choiter. /1 7 4-Two months later find Amelia
. B 13 s taking in plain sewing, her` lather .the
. janitor of the old Exchange, and Mose, though
somewhat troubled in mind, still takes his beer.
IS .A MULE A MORSE.
The.prisoiier6ww.3—accused o: riding; across
ode of the..bridges gaitlsstedi than a wall.,
over Hudson street bridge... He nianaged •: his
own cage. • •
His Honor Sal& "I think I'll . have to fine 3iou,.
Johnson." \ . -
•"May I ax you a few. questionS ?"
• -on may..
"Isn't there - a ..sign over dat bridge -warning
people how deymustride . r.
"There and 'that makes - you all_ the inpre
"It:does, .doei it ? Now, Mr. Recorder, ,
. dat sign 'what I:has to go by ? Is dat air de
"Well, den, dat Jign' teals, 'Walk your horses
or you will be fined.' Don't it—don't it Boss?"
"It does, J ohnsOn." •
"Well; the proof is, 4 l,V*aS' gallopin' a paint
male, wasn't it, Boss . • .
-e s; I believe so," replied his Honor be
ginning to smqil prat. • ' , •
"Novs't, if your Honor is willing to admit .dat •
a paint' mule ain't no bus's,
.I'll rest, the - :ease
ahead, because • yott \ sce;the law is I shall walk
my liosi3.and it vi-:as, - a paint 'mule, - _dat wfatal
to de indictinent.'.- You is • a lawyer,, and you
. ought to:. know dem pints most -as well as
. • •
Recorder--" Ahem ! for the purpose of this
suit, Johnson, I'll regard that, paint mule as a
PrisOner—Your Honbr. will please note- my
'coptiOn. 1 jess wsOt to make one more pint..
Allowin', for, the'sake of argument, dat a paint
mule is a hoss, de sign reads "Walk your hoss."
Now I has dewitnesses here in court to prove
ant paint mule loss wiisnot my .hoss at all:
De law say walk jour S s • • .
• llecarder--"I'll fine you ten' dollarsi. John
And as Johnson was conducted td the'iock
up he expressed great sympathy for the tax
payers, ashcintended to bring a suit for *lOO,-
000 dautiges for false imprisonment
He is now:, bowevei, at work on the streets.
' ' - .::.,.. , ;:;: . 1 - DlDli".l' UNDERSTAND. 1T.,,.. : . . ' . .: i.
"Perhaps irthat box hadn't been, in the.way t
'he would have gone by without tumbling down,:
into the hascimatiC Xllenrthey iSp#4.ted him
\Korn what was ,once ` a rather respeetible bea- , ,
ver, he saidaadly': ---- - - -, - '-- .
.ol•suppose if I-sras Commodore 34indeibilt,
thireviOnid*whalra daien ' eairhigii!St"the`,
1 doOr readitocOnvey me' hiime, and:*a score Of.
`newspaper reporters asking.. mq how,
• I telt.—
ttlit beeanse my rianie:JS4eo`litpipti:l'haveto
gOiilhotored - ..and unwept;" . ;l'' ~ :'
1 ; He'slOwli weit t out,',and as he dislio a bot
tle dropped out olIis:Ooeket; and broke on the
stone" Steps: He regarded it K few` moments itt:
sileiio; 'and ttei tragfeaily Uttarol, . 2 .' ' :-'
~. r: .... ... ~.. ... ... „... . ~ ;
"And tium, , , top,: the : sole remaining,link of
, that boundt mtkto mySelf, ' art;.thou, 10 . 8A3
gone 1 1 Oh, Hatreds I 'lf i'ye ' I deeerved :all
this r , , ',
~ .4 4? - t t.„ t': - . ,:- ~ -: -: :. tl.,
woman halted at the , gate'
.a : yard on
Brush street on Tuesday„ evening arid ..seked. a.l
girt or ten years of age if her mother was
at liome;:. V
11141111—she's gone down street," was
lif;iiour father in the house"?" -
‘"N•S; maim ; lather's gone dOwn street to
bringpother :home! - .1';
"Nell, where's your .brother William gone 1
tO :! AM')
"Dill 01i he's gocteidewo:,street to see fair
One of the chief printers on re ord said
40 , !1:4111 ) 0 930 ihe' - _rAnWrot Treintipwllo36ts
-. IW a admit in &IMO. .
11....,: : - .p.E..4t0ppi,A.T 1 i,,:: : : - QgroxE4.,ii._‘:: - _js7q .,
.'. ...:-.:,,W,.... - . X;.!.7,c.7:11:)7127,
lisitifaaturer of •
tUddY,,CONCORD, PHATON; Alm
EVENERS, SINGLE AND_ DOUBLE
BODIES OF THE LATEST STYLES
JOBBING, Sic., DONE PROMPTLY
E. T. PURDY.
Montroge, June 7.1876
A.l ANI-100a: 110 W LOST, HOW
IVA RESTORED ! - . .
Just published,- a • new edition of Dr. &aver-
Well's Celebrated Essay .on , the radical cure
‘aji t tOi t 7 diciw) of S per nTt o rrhcea or
Seminal . t ta i iness i inoluntar3simialiosnslmpote
Mental and Physical incapacity, Impeatmentg to
Marriage. etc. ;• also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits,
induced by seltindulgence or sexual extravagance; itc..
rPribe. in a sealed envelope, only six cents. .. .
The celebrated author. in this admirable essay, clear
ly demonstrates. !rota- a thirty years' succitssful prac
tice, that the alarming consequences' of self-abuse may,
.be radically cured without the dangerous use of intern
al Medicine or the application of the knife ; pointing
out a mode.of cure at oncesimple, certain. and effectu
al, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what,
his condition may be, may care himself cheaply, pri
vately, and radkally . ,
WThi'S Lecture should be in they hands of every
youth and every man in tholand. ,I ,
Sent under seal..in a plain envelope, to any address,.
lioit-poid • on receipt of six cents or two post stamps.
'address the Publishers, .
Z. !bug naan & Son,
. .. -- 41 Ann Si,,NeicrYork ; Post Owe pox, 4586.
July 12, 146. - . - , - • - . - - . • '.'
A practical workman, at
has opened, sta shop under E. McKenzie's store.. on
Public ,Avenue. , wbere' he le mad} to (to all kind's Of
work in Ins line. Can excel in , new work, and repair
with neatnefoi and despatch.
Montrose. October 13th.1875.
Dane It co.
Fancy Cards - 11 etyles with. name lo eta
*ar , Agentli wanted. J.B. tlwted,Nassatt,l3,,Y.4l:
AGENTS IL?: •
patent lever watch, free of coAt, write at once to J.
BRIDE & CO., 767 Broadway, N. . 41
$6O, :i:lesc:erj4nleo . rkilttftViltri s Z'
you $241 a month at home day or evening. Inventor's
llnion,l7aGree,nwich St., N•+ww York. 41
FARMS with fruit and Improvement* at your own flg-
FARMS urea. Catalogue. with maps and photograph-
FARMS is illustnitious, telling all about 'Maryland and
FARMS Delaware, sent free. 41
FARMS • J. F. MAN CH; t v gaelon, 31, D.
VTYourg, Men and Women to learn TALE-AL
GRAPHY. Situations guaranteed. Salary while prae
tiatrg. Addrede, with etarnp, SHERMAN TELE
GRAPH CO., Oberlin, O. ' 41
BANK - RUP'T • SALE
OF MILTON GOLD4SWELRY.'
We mill send you on receipt of Fifty Cents, one pair
elegant engrave(' Sleeve Buttons, one set Spiral Studs,
one Collar_ Button, one beautiful Coral Scarf Pin, one
Gents'Wateb Chain, and one heavy Wedlling Rine.--
Above . lot used- to retail for $5 50. Four lots will be
sent, pUst-paid, "on receipt of $l5O.. Jewelry, circular
free. Address W. w, BILL & Co, Phila., Pa.. 4A
A FARA AND. 110M.F, •
NOW-It 3 THE TIME TO SECUREIT
The best's nd cheapest lands m markeare In EAST-;
ERN- IifEBRAt.RA, on the line , of the 1:1 PAPIF-`
he most favorable terms given, and very low rates
of fare and freight.to,tll:.settlers.:'he hest Ingketf.:
FREE PA - 5.F5,."1 4 () LANI,) - BUYRR.9.
Maps , deseriiiiiQe - Painpblets, new editioh of
1, fr ee everyvihere. '
41 /;S4 O Dui,W.K I J. , P\-4 , *Pmabstlietoc-;
Cbrycsp9ndeuce,mvite. Roofs laid by, cirtract
Why not make your Boors last a life time, and save,
the expense - Af asewloof every 10 iitlo yll3/11; ) Mean
be globe : If you use Slake Witt, i 7elll nut only resist
the effects of water and wind brit Shield you from Fire.
- • .-- hOLD WOFS —
Protect yen? . buildings by Using Slate, Paint which
neither cracks in I whiutt norL•runs-in ammer. Old
abingWrooficata be paintbd lookiitg muck batter,i - inid
lasting longer‘ttn% new; 'tangles -without - the. paint, for
one-fourth the cost of se-shingling: On decayed Shing
tes it tills np the Aeleo •And pores, and gives AMA!! sub
stantiat roof,; lasts' for Yeare. -- Curled or warped
shingles, it brings to their places and keeps them there.
This paint requires no heating, Is applied with a brash
and very ornamental. It is chocolate et,lor, when first
applied but changes to a. uniform elate; color, std is to
all invents and s pnrpo'ses elafe.
ON TIN OR I.RON. ROOFS,
the red oiler in'tbe best paint. In 314 world rot; tlnrabil
ity. It hag ii heavy Body, 'easily, applied, expands by
•heat, contracts by cold dries slow and never cracks nor
sceles... One coat equals 4 *taproom ,
Mills, foundries, hictorlett,suid dwellings a Free ititc :
Materia)scomploteltir ,new.uttep artliat'iti gt saltru
her Rooting cost-abeam 'hair the' pike of'rthingling."
Z°F-PrlllitaMteo9 :baT9ollll)l,NOtidlageeffitil ,descitW
ark ;OPlierkkAO sny.evorolontwits the worldi
for topytti4ooo 1'300101014d combhies the ornament
al &optimal* durability 'and Are-proof ic k g.
tie; atone third the cost. '.lkio ter trreveruseilli 7, -'' ) =
4 1low to save re shingling - stop oaks - effectually and"
cheaply in roofs of all kindira. - 190.
Write today, and ask for it - - • - 'llll
Weir Talk :Slats *Nang Cs). ,
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tifitig:. - 41:0-L:iiIIIST:.,-..ASSQUIIII -.1 1t_:,.TH.FAII11111-1
•DRY GOOI3iS, CLOTHING, HATS . AND CAPE,
BOOTS AND SHOES, - NOTIONS, WALL 'PAPER,
s ..: STATION.tRY, &C.
,`.`LEIIEIIIi: -- BlPCX,'",,.::: : ofst. 15 0 :4,.. Pa',
Ail goods, bought with - care and, for cash only. An immense line of Bar
gains just received. • _
Cottutrsi . ..Producti of all kinds Illatteted in Philadelphia and Neiv York:,
"Welcome" to both:oltiand new cutioniers.
Great Bend, May 10th, 1876.
WHOLE' pilf, I*ALICR IN.
BRONZE LAMPS, OPAL *LAMPS ALL GLASS LAMPS, HAND LAMPS,
RORNERS, WICKS, SB Ali,. SHADE HOLDERS, '
- • •
TOT _AND COMMON •,CIIIIINRYS.
ass:AT Asivr, Zati.km.A.-Nzims) 'W.415..1W331:.
Prices Guaranteed as Lots as any .Frounin Southern .New Yark.
ddress_tiyagsdl Promptly Ateended To.
"GEST' JOB ',RENTING'
We are' continually, adAng new material ; to, our 083?3,- and, with ours.
Large Stock of. JOB TTNiI and FOUR PrintingPrase\ we Defy
Both in:Price and . Qualiti, titbit. in Plain Black or Colored Work.
MAY THElgsr MAN 'ON,
Or the one Who will thesellines,
SELL THE MOST GOODS,
tor the LEAST money.
' Not being urged by any particular friends, yet of our .
own free wilt, we offer ourselves as independent candi
dates to the public asking for your patronage
during the fall campaign, promising to give in return;
the MOST GOODS fJr the LEAST,MONEY of any oth
er party in this or adjoining counties.o the majority
of the voters of the county we ate no strangers, having
served you as dt spetser of the outward appearance for
nearly, a quarter of a century, but being strongly in fa
vor of Womau Suffrage it is to you as well as to the
young voters we direct our appeal, asking for your-lib
eral patronage, promising to serve you faithfully.
`Polls open from 7 a. m. to 8 parr. 'Vote early, Voi
often, at the store of
GIITTENBIIRS, BOSENBA17111& CO.
For :Planets, Blankets and Robes' go,
to • GUTTENBERG, ROSEI:IIIAUM & CO,: ;
,towels l Napkins, aingle
and double - 7 width Sh eet i ng ; ,
• Gvntrtszia; RosiktiA.um St - Co.
Ladies, t ries, ; Embro ies,".Collors
Cuffs,' is - t4mjngs,C9rOts, :Skirts:it
'" 'te 'o
• (Nati furnishing; . _ goods, a,• s
Trunks,-,Sa tphOs ) VmkreJlas, Sbirte, es,
• .!:-- &
reat variety at:
O,veicoats. O toata,(, O v er co ats, ' e
*stock ai ; • •- - RA Co.
Cattlits .o.lp,thes, Matti!
'Curtains ; ••
Dieiinci' Wrappers •an 4 brewers,
Misses' Meniandßoyt Siies'at '
• _ i • - G. R. &
Large Vatiety of.‘! fille , dried ::MXI4IB
Cloaks lat e st styles at
ITENBE - siar,-Rosallismna 8 00.
Beet assortment in town of Reppelente
Olottmßeaversi. „ Sackings at-
Coatings_, Beavers, :Castors;
Di eltons, Chinchillas, Vesting; for finq
Custom tlverk, 410 selection at
Meaaataa ta en or oatorcwork'good
',fitting and work guaranteed at .
Ready`made Clotbing for Men, • °tithe
and 1303 , 8 in great - Whet) ,- -oheapetthan
eve r a at> , - -
I s Gtairt
s t ,t IPPRO, ROBEXBAUM &UM,-
Is i eßod o t stov*lirsi i ,.,
- .N:"'17.W . Nx.AX.,7.'
A. S . KIN E:fi: . B! . si p H AIYITON,
SPECIAL !NDUCEMENTS IN
ALSO, 11 r*UFACrUnEIt
GEO. L. LENIIEIM.
(In His New Store.)
4, - i-V.i : *: - .giiiii' . & ,. son 7
tensiveFurnittireWartroom you willfixid thelarged
FIRST Cr ASS AND COMMON 44
trrtm x isstritztm
be found in this section of the country,,of Ms ova
°facture, and at prices that cannot 'ail to give sidle
tion. They make thevery beat r
r'l7 i b. a 1 art e• Vgir 31‘
H.N";dRI_N'4 3Ei 3EI 33
URE NO.I ItATRASSES,
AND COMMON MATRASSES
U..., - 4 - 2 :D„,.E - :R T,A: - K - ,l, N G
Tile anbecriberwiti hereafter MiLICB t ieu •adertating s
. entity 'ill his businbss. Itairin e ptut completed s
. : and. e : meet elegant MR&S, in ;he Suite,*
sedttig his eryicte Will be attend to promptlyand a -
abler•seurY 84 • .• . •
Vnil W. _SEITH tr. SON.
Montrose: .. din. al 1 472.—noti--At .
• . .
I-POR , ANN:OUNCEMENT
• ,•.Na, St 'Wirt StiNet. . - '
'-''4 \ , - ,
e would 'respectfully atmoniece 'o the public that
Ye retrieved to court new .and::eriteinus store, No.
' •,. • tiler of Court and Water atreets:ted are all iag it
, a new stack tor goods that have Jett arnved. cur
e of Dresi Go*. Shawls, etc.._ &ropy the very lat.
e ' ' g Patters , and laf lee an d Purnittlted for cask
the market we* mon depressed.
, e nee er,irscuey Geode •. HOMei
e , Ribbons, etc.,, our- twelt-,ln n.usutussed. We
Is, wl . opened liDePaitteen Of Merchau Talk:wing,
leistYs lust Petrehasedi 4i, large l etocic of - the latest
sty e' td t heline of Oloths,Casstineres, ete.,lnd of the
vet hest quaity t . f , ' Wsit' bays emplo Od title charts
of fis DefirMent, Itli. Z. - D. YIP , lon uti
leatiag,.s34Alreelestet entter . In t feet Y. ft.d like
always parents aperient tlt: Mr. ;tor did Vie sr
leitivi.. innt.elftrettrifiren,-,. trimming*. ete..fet
4ols lf w 9 should satisfy all that we hare
the; ta n Olitthatiotableitylia.;l ,I . ,',,
We ca` thap„lc out, pat Tons for past how& sad
Prowaltbela Ad tile obi giaandlt Nut we are bet*
for mond ever to supply anything ptourltiteg.
- Wfrikeit Parolatili'w •L'' -
, , 1 I . --,.. • 1 : ; i , floiff Argo,am, ass wow. 0
'''[ . :4Vi.fi' '-. t " '•- '' ' ' . ' l ; ) ''.' , -* '
AT'TELE LOWEST RATES
HAWLIY & MOIL
In the Country, and WABRAYT them.
Of 'all kinds done in the neatast mauler.
Or VARIOUS KINDS.
A. S. MINER.