4 edition of Seven nights in a bar-room, or, The liquor traffic a curse to the dealer and consumer found in the catalog.
Seven nights in a bar-room, or, The liquor traffic a curse to the dealer and consumer
|Other titles||The liquor traffic a curse to the dealer and consumer.|
|Statement||dramatized from the tale of Ten nights in a bar-room.|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|Contributions||Arthur, T. S. 1809-1885.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Get this from a library. Seven nights in a bar-room, or, The liquor traffic a curse to the dealer and consumer: a temperance entertainment. [T S Arthur;]. This fierce effort to retain the liquor traffic here as a monopoly of the church was quite in accord with the present status of affairs here where the church is running the biggest liquor business in the State, through its Z.C.M.I.
drug store and also through the big liquor business done by Apostle Smoot in his drug store at Provo" (Salt Lake. contemporary euphemism for gin.
Of the next-listed Jonathan Bourne Jr. the book pointed out that “a little liquor [was] at the bottom here too,” and of Alexander Gibbs’s assessed worth of $, that “considerable liquor lies at the foundation of the above ‘figure,’ as Mr.
Gibbs would probably admit.” A leading worker for reform in New York says that the suppression of the curse of strong drink would include the destruction of ninety-nine out of every one hun- dred of the houses of ill-fame ; that each of these brothels is an unlicensed liquor saloon, whose parlor is in every sense a bar-room, where strong drink is freely dispensed.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. 6 NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK. the heart of her troops, in which she exclaims: ' To us, every herb and root are food, every juice is our oil, and water is our wine.' For well-nigh three centuries of Eoman occupation, wine continued to be an import.
It remained for a Eoman emperor to give permission. The total of activities involved in the transfer of goods from the producer or seller to the consumer or buyer, including advertising, shipping, storing, and selling.
an open place or a covered building where buyers and sellers convene for the sale of goods; a marketplace. Well, the liquor was spilled on the barroom floor And the bar was closed for the night. When out of a hole came a little, brown mouse And he sat in the pale moonlight.
He lapped up the liquor on the barroom floor And on his haunches he sat, And all night long you could hear him ROARRR, "Bring on the goddamn cat!". A person assisting in a suicide is held guilty as accessory to murder.
The consent of the suicide does not absolve him. Gambling is held a crime, though the person defrauded consents. The liquor-dealer, therefore, who imperils the life or impairs the health of the drinker, or takes his money and renders him no equivalent for it, in just so far ' 8.
The liquor-dealers, although in many cases still continuing their accustomed calling, found themselves subjected to so many inconveniences, that in they roused themselves, got up a petition signed by seven thousand citizens, covertly gained, for a repeal of the law.
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It flashed a brilliant silver-blue reflection from the bar-room glow and lights from the streetlamps. twenty years a detective. in the wickedest city in the world. 20, arrests m convictions on state and city laws penitentiary convictions.
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Heee, lapped up the liquor on the bar room floor, and then on his haunches he sat. Aaaand all through the night you could hear him shout. (dramatic pause). The Bar Room Mouse. Tweet; The Bar Room Mouse. Lyrics.
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