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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, December 08, 1877, Image 2

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Elmira Daily Bazoo. E. C. GEORGE EDITOR A PROPRIETOR. 186 EAST WATER ST. ' TEktMS:—Single Copy, unc Cent. Single Copy onej month delivered by carrier or by mail, 26 Gents. | The OEITICIAL ORGAN of the Greenback Labor R e -! form Party of Elmira, Chemung County, and the 27th j Snatorial District. S a tu r d a y l>ec, 8 , 1877, T H E [R R E P E E S S r B L E C O H F U C T , LA B O R ’S T R E A D M I L L , T h e principal cause of the poverty and rag^s to w h ich producers are doom ed is that the greater part of w h at they produce is raked in A close student of current events must come to the conclusion that a new political era has daw n ed upon the Am erican people. Old par. ly lines are beginning to break up We are in the m idst of a political anarchy. Slavery, with its concom itant issues, is forever dead.— Our political elem ents so long divided on this question, are beginning to re adjust them selves for another great conflict. Upon this conflict we have already entered, but the people are not yet fully alive to its com p rehensiveness,— T h e dividing line in this great baltle must be draw n betw een the producing classes and the m o n ey pow er. T h e fight is not as some sup­ pose, between capita] and labor. It is btoader and grander than this. All pr(»ducers are in ­ terested in i t ; farm ers, m echanics, laborers, doctors, law y ers, m erchants, m inisters, every­ body. T h e conflict is irrepressible. N o thing can prevent it. T h e m arch of events is bear­ ing us irresistibly on toward the solution of the m o n ey question. On this issue the country is sectionally divided. East vs. W est and South. T h is issue w ill bear down all party lines as now existing. Both Dem o cratic and Republ can parties are hopelessly divided on it. W ill this conflict be decided peacefully? T h e m o n ey pow er is as arrogant as was the slave power of the South. W ill this contest be eventually decided by m e n ’s reasons or by m e n ’s blood ? D ecided it must and will be.— T h is agony of the people will not endure m u c h longer. Let every one keep his eyes open and watch the drifts of events. R e m e m ­ ber the people’s w atchword, ‘‘Labor and the fighting dollar.” — Indianapolis Sun f f ? ? ? ? J^OBERT WHITE’S H E fV YORK T E A S T OR E : I 1 4 BALDWIN STRKF.r, {nfarip opp. P. 0.) I K A S J a p a n ............................... . , 25, 28, 35, 40, 60 , 80 ceo^ YOUNG HYSON, GUNPOWDER, IMPERIAL, OOLONG and ENGLISH BREAKFAST TT.AI as cheap as the cheapest aud good as the beet, O i> y V K E s . Fresh Roasted RIO COFFEE 25c. FreKli Boasted MAB. A CABO 30 cents. Freeh Roasted Oi.D GOV. JAVA 3 > f‘ 1 K s . A full line of E. K. DURKEE & Co’s Celeqi»ted Goods. RICE. 8 cente per pound, or two p^Minds for 15 cents and Octnll per pounds, or 3 pounds for 25 cents, S Y K U I’ . Posiiively the best SUGAR SYRUP in the city for I cento per gallon. Rem em ber the place 114 BA L W IN STR£ET| nearly opposite the Post Ofticc. n $ i i i i] B. DAKN, GIVES THE BIGEST DISH OF OYSTERS, Sells the Best Cigar, such as the J. L. R., and other SllJ brands. 200 SOUTH MAIN ST. £iO A L , WOOD A LUMBER. roB . . l a IT S. CROSS, SIS Park Place. PRICES OF COAL AT YARD; Stove 4,96 Ea] 4,70 Nutt 4,96 ; Pea 3,50.

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