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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 January 1880

v '.I Volume XVI-Jfa. 104. LANCASTER PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1880. Price Twe Cents. TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOBR, I'CBLISmSD EVEHV KVENIXO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, intelligencer liiiilding. Southwest Cerner ' Centre Square. The Daily Istelligknckr is furnished te Mibscribcrs in the Citv f Lane-aster and sur sur leunding towns acci.-nsible by Ilailread and Dailv Stage Lines at Ten Ce.vts I'eu Week, payablr te the C:irrii'i, weekly. By Mail, $." a yi-.ir in ml vane1 ; otherwise, i. Kiitci eil at the pest etiiceat Lancaster, Pa., as second clas mail matter. 40-TheM'EAM JOB PKIXTIXO DKPAKT DKPAKT MKVJ'ef this i-stablishmcnt pesses-.fS unsur passed facilities for the execution of al! kinds of Plain and r'ancv I'rinlinir. COAL. U IS. 3IAUTIX, Wholesale anil Hclail Dealer in all kinds of li;.mbi:u and coal. tfZrYard : Xe. 429 North Water and l'rince sti , above I.emeu, I.ancaster. n3-lyil . COAL! - - - GOAL!! GORREOHT & CO., horf.eod anil Cheap Ceal. Vard Han Kburg I'ike. Olllce 'J...

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. — 1 January 1880

, '" r Lancaster Intelligencer. THTJBSDAY EVENING, JAN. 1, 1880. Magnanimous as 1? ell as Beld. GovenierGarcelonhas submitted te the supreme court of Maine twelve questions of law that cover the action taken in counting the vote of the state, and has anew earned the confidence of the peo ple in which his conduct lias already se well established him. He has shown himself bold and honest and Avise, and whether of his own motion entirely, or through the excellence of his advisers, he lias moved in a difficult pathway with out thus far a misstep. It was right that he and the council of the state should de cide the matters the law put upon them te decide, according te their understand ing of these laws; and it was right, if the correctness of their interpretation was questioned by any part of the people, that they should seek the decisive epin ion of the supreme court. There is no possibility of caviling at the fairness with which the Republiaan malcontents are being treated. The questio...

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. — 1 January 1880

Y i THE LAWYERS. Meeting of the Lancaster Law Library Association. The annual meeting or the "Lancaster Law Library Association was held in the court room of the court house this morn ing at 10 o'clock. President Themas E. Franklin, esq., called the meeting te order. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the sec rotary Geerge Xauimm, esq., and adopted. D. G. Kshleman, esq., treasurer, read his annual report, which showed that he had expended $441.e2, during the year and that there is a balance of 223.02 yet in the treasury. The report was referred te the finance committee and by them was audited and found te be correct. Their i epert was adopted. Mr. Kshleman. of the purchasing com mittee lead his report showing that 04 volumes had been purchased besides the Weekly Xefex of cases, the Legal Ltlclli gcuccr and the Lancaster Bar. Tiic report was received and adopted. Ames .Slaymaker, esq., chairman of the library committee, reported that they had examined the library and found ...

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. — 1 January 1880

-X. TJ'JI'.'-1 J.' !V !' "& i- iV ' LAlfCisTS.i)Afl:t IfeKtlGECJsk TftpttJDife jrAfrffAiff X liM Mx -3 ;? -;:" v-:;7 P-;: . 'v-Ll v ift'fyw ----- . . - s. ft v V - & f;-- r Lancaster intelligencer. THUBSDA.Y EVENING, JAN. 1, 1880. DRY GOODS. s A DIBGE FOR THE YEAU. Ye walling winter winds, Whose threats are full el wee. Cheked a3 with driven snow That stifles and that blinds, O whither de ye go? And in what lonely depth of solitude, What boundless waste of drear and darkened weed, Find ye a place te die 1 Ye ream bleak streets and desolated meads. Grief-stricken phantoms upon phantom steeds. And in your wake the silence breathes a sigh. The lingering last leaves rustic and they fall; Tue clouds droop fold en fold, a dreary pall ; O wailing winter winds : O tearful sobbing winds ! And loneliness breeds In the hearts el all. We knew, in the sad night, While stars give fitful light. And there are glimpses of a ghostly moon, Wnile low the house-deg howls His answer te the owls. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 January 1880

Ik JUuitfe, Si-' sHEhMv7 'a. I I -n i - V I l-Av Volume XYI-Xe. 105. LANCASTER PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1880. Price Twe Cents. $ Ti:nns. THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER, rUJIMSHED KVEnV-EVEXINO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Iliilliling, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. Tiik Daily I?.teluee;ckk is furnis- stibscrlhers ill tin; City of Lancaster am. leiiiidinir town-.. ucccs.5iblc by liailread Dally Mage Lines :it Tk.y Cents Peii KJfJ payable te the Carriciv, w eckly. IJy Mail, $5 Vf V-ar in advance ; otherwise, .. Filtered at tlie pest efliecat Lancaster, rit.,its second class mail matter. -CS-Tlie sTKA.M JOli PKIXTIXG DF.PAKT DF.PAKT MKNTef tlii.s establishment possesses unsur passed facilities ler the execution of all kinds of Plain umi Fan.;v Printing. COAL. II JIABT1N', Wholesale mill Ketail Dealer in all kinds ei LUMIIKK AXD COAL. -Yard : Xe. 420 Xertli Water ami Prince stieets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nX-lyd COAL! - - - COAL!! -OO TO GORREOHT & CO., Fer Geed and Cheap Ce...

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. — 2 January 1880

' Ur?J ." .V- - ' . ' LANCASTER DAILY USTElilGENOKRFEIliAY. JANUARY 2, 1880. " . - i ' ': E K iiv- - Lancaster Intelligencer. FEIDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 2, 1880. The Cameren Plan. The chairman of the national Repulr lican committee is troubled with neither scruples nor tiniiuity.and i the Republi can party need and is content witn ueiu rascality as the distinguish feature in its leadership, Den Cameren is just the man i t wants. The qualities he has have lieen the winning ones in the political admin istration of this state for many eais, andef late they have been promoted te the guidance of the Republican party in the nation. The Pennsylvania .system and the men who managed it aie entrusted with the larger task of making the na tional administration as solidly and un failingly Republican as they have suc ceeded in making that of the state. "Whether their plans and processes will work as well and unfailingly inthelaiger field remains te be seen ; if they de they will have demonstrated t...

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. — 2 January 1880

i vI'-w-:. 7-s-v- ; 1 1 j ij. i m. -.-- . . jki tTj.;iisirvj ,r iO i :-; 2- xtt'v'jrfi '... - i fcl '. -.- IW.li.VT.' r i 4Ak i v svc- 1"; ;r- -v;"2l . 'H J . I.-. -I- - k. T- "ltK' '-- "'1 1 T " - ' S- J" , LANCASTER DAILY INTELLlGENCJElt, FRIDAY! JANUARY 2, 1880. ;-.7"'J THE l-ASli OF LOVK. Its FlameBnrnlnR Brightly Alter a Lapse of Forty-five Years. Last evening at tlic parsonage of the Presbyterian church by Rev. Jas. "i. Mitchell, Emmer C. Jeffries and Martha C. Hanway, both el Chester county, were united in the l.ely bends of matrimony. The happy bridegroom is C"i years of age and his blushing bride is 02. Besides the mature years of the high contracting par ties te the alliance there are ether features that give te the event an interest even gi cater than that which usually attaches te the tying of the nuptial knot. Forty Jive years age the present bride and groom were devoted levers in the full vigor of youth, burning with the ardent affection that is character istic of the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 January 1880

ii r.j';,'M ",v ?-? vV.'tti' '-n-V"" .je ' ?. :? ' 4 LANCASTER DAIL iNTELLiaEKCEIL FRIDAY: JANUARY 2, 1880. - -...-- TTl "- . lancastet fextclligcncct. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2, 1880. Our Tobacco Crep. As Seen by Tliett. M. Celeman. "Naniclec" in the Philadelphia Ledger. One of the most important and prelitablc crops new grown in Pennsylvania is that of tobacco, and every year the area of ground in which it is planted is extended. In 1849, it is stated, the crop of seed leaf in Connecticut, Ohie and Pennsylvania was set down at G,000 cases, one-third of which was exported and the rest sold at from 14 te 10 ccr pound te speculators. In 1850 Pennsylvania grew :i,n00 cases, the largest crop grown in the state up te that time. Since that time there has been an anuual increase, the crop of 1870 being the largest yet reported. At the commencement of the tobacco season this year the farmers in the coun ties of Lancaster, Yerk, Lebanon and Chester were greatly t reublcd with the cut worm a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1880

Price Twe Cet& Volume XYINe. 106. LANCASTER PA. SATURDAY, JAISTJARY 3, 1880. TEitais. THE DAILYINTELLIGENCER, 1'UIILISIIED EVERY EVESIKO, BY STKINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Iaily Intelligencer la furnished te subscribers in the City of Lancaster and ur ur reundiug towns, accessible by Railroad and Daily fctage Much at Ten Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $j a year in advance ; otherwise, $;. Entered at the pest ellice at Lancaster, Pa., as -eeenil class mall matter. S-The STEAM JOB PIUNTIXG DEPAKT 51 EXT of this establishment possesses unsur passed facilities ler the execution of all kinds of Plain and r'ancv Printing. COAL. I) 11. MAKTIX, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBKIJ AND COAL. 3Yard: Xe. 430 North Water and Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster, nlt-lyd COAL! - - - COAIiTi OO TO GORREOHT & CO., Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yanl Harri-burg-Pike. Ollice J0 East Chestnut htreet. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1880

U -i if .- - " SETlCEStCt JPtttLlt(tnCr which 5t entails is beyond the MINOB TOPICS. Herald correspondent thinks that Blaine LATEST NEWS BY MAIL- " ' T HP AT JNTFT T TrFNfF ursde or rupik. "T m 9W,V lnw-BHWv salary of the office. We suspect The Pirates of Penzance threaten te has given up all idea of forcible resistance A. sudden thaw causes appreehensiens iAJlfl.Li IIHIILiIjIUJLIILE.- The following is the grade by classes of r r hatttetav Tjnrwrman tatj iron that ill this case, tee, some gentlemen, capture and sink the Pinafore. . in view of the firm attitude of the gev- ht Vienna and PcsthwUl be flooded.- rePUtA education. the pupils in attendance at the boy's sec- IfHe Must, He Will. It seems well-nigh an impossibility te convince the mind of man that anyone who has a chance te achieve the presi dency of the United States. really and honestly leeks upon that office as one neither te be sought nor declined; al though nearly every one will admit the abstract preposition that the of...

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. — 3 January 1880

.V '''. -"! '- ' "' - - '- . - t AxreA'cnni?i-rkAirvi'lnT7TTiii?iCft. fi'A.TrreiVAV taxttta-eit o'eoii stilt. L ANClSTER'BAlLY flnaGJKCiR, SATURDAY. JAJftJARY 1880. tt,rfi .'CI 2 Lecal SetaUtnanU en a Third Term. The New Era recalls the fact that at the Republican state convention, held at Harrisburg, August 19, 1874, a resolution endorsing the third term principle and pledging Pennsylvania te Gen. Grant, in the event of his candidacy, was voted down with loud bheuts of disapproval, and that the late Mr. Dickey, of this county, made an earnest speech against the third term in which he said : I don't believe that he Giant has such an aspiration ; but if he has, then it is time for the great Republican party te say, one an all, that they will stand by the precedent of Washington and the fathers of the republic a prccceent that has be come the common law of the nation. Ne responsible party of men of any class, of any political complexion in this bread land for a moment dreams of a nece...

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. — 3 January 1880

JHfe." t- r-j i A. ; - ILancastet Intelligencer. SATUEDAY EVENING, JAN. 3, 1880. A Terrible Adventure. A Hungarian Weed Chopper 'Imprisoned in the Snow. A thrilling, but fortunately net fatal, ac cident occurred last week en the Blue mountains, in Northern Berks county. A short time age a party of ninety Hungarian immigrants, at Castle Garden, were en gaged by a party who sent them into the Blue mountains, near Lcnhartsvillc, Berks county, te chop weed. Among them was a tall, Jblack-bcardcd man, named Adelph Hintzky, very .strong, and of admirable physique a circum stance te which he ewes his life. The party live in rude shanties in the weeds, but Hintzky, who was anxious te leain the English language, left his companions and took bearding in the hut of a charcoal burner named Marks. Last Tuesday morning he shouldered his axe, and went te his work -alone, taking his dinner with him. He did net return at night, nor was anything seen of him for several days. But neither his companions...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1880

SS3 ', r r Volume XYI-Ne. 107. LANCASTER PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1880. Price Twe Cents. TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENCER, PUBLISHED EVEBV EVENING, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Dailt Intelligencer is furnished te subscribers In the City of I incaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Kailread and Daily Stage Lines at Ten Cents 1'er Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By 3Iail, $5 a year in advance ; otherwise, f. Entered at the pest efliceat Lancaster, Pa., as t-ccend class mail matter. 3-The STKAM JOIJ PKINTING DEPART MENT or this establishment possesses unsur passed facilities for the execution of all kinds f 1'lain and Fnncv Printing. COAL. 11. 91 Alt T IX, If. Wholesale and Kctail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AXD COAL. WVanl : Xe. 420 North Water and Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n.'Myd COAL! - - - COAL!! OO TO GORREOHT & CO., Ker Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Hurrisburg Pike. Olllee '. East Chestnut Street...

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. — 5 January 1880

' vfl ,m iLahcastn; intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 5, 1880. A Voice in the Wilderness. Ex-Attorney General Gee. Lear, of 'Doylestown, is one of the men of promi nence in the Republican party who does net believe in handing it ever te the custody of Senater Cameren and these who are associated with him in the present tenancy of the preierty ; and Mr. Lear is frank enough te say se. Perhaps it does net take much lwldness in Mr. Lear te speak what lie thinks, inasmuch as he has net taken such geed care of himself when in public position as te enable him te command the greatest weight in his denunciation of the evil men of his party. He probably is net greatly feared by the men he at tacks since he himself is assailable; but nevertheless his words will have the weight that is their just due; and that everyone knows te be a great deal. Mr. Lear is en the right side and if he has the energy te make the light for it he will net lese it because his record has net made him its fittes...

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. — 5 January 1880

- " " " ' ' - t. krn Korwe t a iY v - xravr-i-r t tWttoyitte Twrkxrrviir Tivrri-Dvc icon - - &! LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1880. HOG KING v. BULL KING. Parting Hie Political Raiment Apportion Appertion Apportien lngjthe Patronage. Fer a month past the small politicians liavc been exercised aheut the distribution of the spoils in the organisatien of the prison and peer house hoards. It will lc remembered that at the last primary elec tion the Heg ring elected Ames Iluttcr and Jehn Herting, prison inspectors who go in te-day vice I. IF. Shaeffer and Jeseph Samson, Hull ringers, who go out. This makes the beard stand four Heg ringers te two Hull ringers, and gives the former complete control of the patronage. In order te keep their faction "solid' they have caiicusscd for several weeks and have had gitat difficul ty in satisfying the numerous claimants of their faction. The clerkship has been successively premised te Jehn Baker, Am aziah C. Hair and Jerc Coop...

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. — 5 January 1880

stfy P'.-:" ' ; ' "" :':'-".'"-.".' -' LANCASTER iMhi UffELLlGEftCEk, Jtmbit.JANVMYiqSS'.. - ".y ' ' " --., " '"."-"'" . ----- ---.1 II..,. Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 5, 1880. :t,oeo C0111- Tobacco. The Market in New Yerk. U. S. Tobacco Journal. The year 1879 ended in perfect tranquil lity. The new year opened equally as un disturbed, and leaf dealers are new ready te de some kind of business. This much is certain ; that they will de very little business during the first part of 1880. They need net despair, however. The sec ond half of the year will provide them with plenty of geed tobacco which they will be able te buy at low rates. Our Pennsylva nia reports speak of gradually decreasing figures for '79 tobacco. There are some 35,000 cases still in the hands of farmers. This tobacco must be bought at 10 te 12 cents for wrappers and 8 and 5 cents for binders and fillers. If higher prices are paid, no money will be made. This is as unreliable as the JeurnaVx previo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1880

.--i.J S. . 2a KX lvVV . -vi . j i i ;vfi e$ !&". Velame XVI-Ne. 108. LANCASTER PA. TUESDAY, JA1STTARY 6, 1880. -) Price Twe Cents. ' 'ill f i tf I WWlMt B ""' aiwrMi'V gl I IXXMXM TJ1JCMS. THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER, rCIlLISUED EVERY ETEXISO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. Tue Dailt Intelligence!! is furnished te subscriber! in the City of Lancaster anil sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and Daily Stage Lines at Ten Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $3 a year iii advance ; otherwise, $0. Kntered at the pest efllec at Lancaster, I'a.,as second class mall matter. -The STEAM JOR PRINTING DEFART DEFART MKXTef this establishment possesses unsur passed facilities for tlie execution of all kinds of Plain und Fancv Printing. COAT.. B. It. 3IAKTIX, Wholesale and lietail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AX1) COAL. 5-Yard : Xe. 420 Xertli Water and Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nS-lyd COAL! - - - CO...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1880

IV-., V ' TjAfrfTAKTftlt' nAlT,YTNTti1.T.TftP.Tf!re? TTTPiliA VJArTTAPV A IftftA , s ' - " . I ---- - .. - . . w - m m m .... a a.uuuAwaj. j. .-y jlj M-rm. m. vuxi v.iiA. J. w ,.vrw. ,- a . Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1880. What Must be Dene. The. court having decided hew the law of Maine is te be applied te irregular election returns, the Legislature and the governor will undoubtedly govern them selves accordingly. Whether the court is right or wrong is of no consequence, in considering whether its decision is te be followed. If we permitted ourselves te disobey an authoritative legal decision of which we doubted the correctness, we would be altogether at sea. Judicial de cisions are se often worthless in their logic and unfounded in their law, that we need te cultivate daily a spirit of submission te authority, right or wrong, and te subdue rebellious feelings. The experience of the Maine De mocracy will Ihj wholesome te them as citizens. Xe doubt they thi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1880

WWMiPP5ifliHf!r?7?5?5SII!SWf5S 'Ct-'cW W .? ??-f r4f " ;. -s5-' Vir pj-i ri'i'jr. r-r-j j. m wl i y.-,.-,- t- ,-, - . t --: v ' ' ICASEERIXm.T :. '"' GODBY-ASHBRIDOE. AsothcrFaiihleiiable Wedding in the Presby terian Church. Anether brilliant wedding, attracting the attention and presence of the most fashion able society circles of Lancaster, was sol emnized in the Presbyterian church, this city, at 3 p. m. te-day. The bride was Miss Minnie Ashbridge, daughter of Mrs. S. E. Ashbridge, 34'i West King street, one of the most beautiful, accemplished and popular young ladies in Lancaster society. The groom was Mr. Alexander J. Ged by, a young gentleman of lialtimere, though well-known aud highly popular in this city. There were no groomsmen and the ladies attendant en the bride were Miss Minnie Ashbridge, of Downingtewu ;Miss Paxton, of Carlisle ; Miss "Woodward, of Philadelphia ; Miss Spencc, of Baltimore, and Miss Lulu Bell, of Lancaster. The ushers were Messrs. B. Randall, Alex. Falc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1880

3: K. Cut- LANCASTER DAILINTELLlGENGER; atUJESPAY, JANUARY 61880; If' ' it' f: r 4' K- Lancaster intelligencer, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1880. "THOUGH LOST TO SIGHT." Than tlic familiar line, "Though lest te sight, te recm'ry dear," none is mere frequent ly quoted, and yet comparatively few person" are aware el its origin. It will be found in a song composed of two Ftanza-, written about the year 1700 by Ruthvcn Jenhyns a poet en tirely unknown te lame and published in the Greenwich Magazine for mariners. J Sweetheart, geed-bye! the fluttering sail Is spread te waft mc far from thee : And seen before the favoring gale My ship shall bound the ca. Perchance ail desolate and forlorn, These eyes shall miss thcemany a year : But unforgotten every charm Though lest te sight, te mcin'ry dear. Sweetheart, geed-bye ! one last embrace : O cruel fate, two souls te sever! Yet in this heart's me-t sacred place Theu, thou alone shall dwell forever. And still shall recollection trace .In Fancy's m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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