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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 October 1880

$-- v -c 4 fiiMeit Volume XYII-Ne. 44. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1880. Price Twe Cents. m XEW Ali VEStTISESlEXTS. OAKtiAINS! IAKAINS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Fisher I Oiler their entire ted: et Rcadv-Madc Clothing j - at and below Cost, with a riew et discontinu ing the KLWIIY-MAIHS CLOTHING Inibiniss, and devoting their attention exclusively te 1 CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made piemptly te outer, ami 'aHfactinii in all cases guaranteed. A -elect line el Cleths Cas-imcics, Worsteds, Cealings, Suitings. Cheviots. Melten", evei coating. Vesting-, .Ve., alwavs en hand and orders ic trpect fully solicited. AI-e, a general line et Furnishing Geed. RATIIVON fc FISHER Merchant Tniier ami Drapers, Ne. nil Neith Queen St , Lancaster, l'a. SI'KCIAI. These in v. ant el Heady-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving tiieni u call below purchasing elsc wheie, as ihcir Clothing are mainly et their v.n inaiiul.Kluicniid. substantially made. scp-i IiikI FALL ...

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. — 21 October 1880

l-'-WCp'"!. maasssasau, ' rTTIll LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGEt('i:i. THURSDAY OCTOBER 21. 1880., Lancaster Intelligencer. TKDESDAY EVENING. .OCT. 21, 1880. Axv person who "' " shall, with the intent te influence or intimidate fnicli elector te give his vote for any par ticular candidate or candidates at such election, give, offer or premise te give uuch elector any eflice, place, appoint ment or employment, or threaten such elector with dismissal or discharge from any eflice, place, appointment or employ ment, public or private, then held by Jiim, in case of his refusal te vote for any particular candidate or candidates at such election, the person se offending Shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, en conviction, be sentenced te pay a fine 3iet exceeding five hundred dollars and undergo an imprisonment net exceeding two years. The law of Pennsylvania. A Man te Be Rejected. The Philadelphia Time publishes a long list of cases in which Themas J. J)avis, Republican candidate for district...

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. — 21 October 1880

LANCASrEfcsDAllY INTELLIGENCER. TfltJIlSDAV- OCTOBER 21, 1880 TMP1MPARADE GRANT NOT HERE. BXAINE NOT HERE. THE PHILADELPHIA JNVINCIHLl-.f xer IIKKK. A Dig Outpouring of tlie Comity Felk. f e-day is u gala-day in Lancaster, and the town presents a very brilliant and an imated appearance. Fer weeks past prep arations have been making ..by the Iiepub; lican managers for a grand 4i old fashion ed county convention," te rival these held in the days of Tippecanoe and Tyler tee." Meney has been poured out like water: equipments and Hags and banncis and fireworks have been bought an 1 dis tributed among the faithful in every tac tac teon of the county ; district meetings have been he'd everywhere, and the one great appeal has been, ' come up and help us in 'Lancaster en October 21st." The news papers were full of it. and they confidently premised their rcadeis that Grant, Blaine, Colliding, Heyt and all the ether big guns of the Republican party would be present at the show. Of course these...

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. — 21 October 1880

4. ,--.--j' - --i 'c'S- -vfcr-; r-w-j'- " -' t "'. - - i-ji ' J5affiKx i - "-" "' -" 4 & &.Si .-' - .. jtj j.r.i- ..yv. r -...-. !!- .-." - s'-s: V. fc 1 ii in ! - -v.1 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENflfelt THURSDAY OCTOBER 21. 1880 I '' "'' " '"" - 1. Lancaster Intelligencer, THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 21, 1880. iiiri: AND DEATH. TJH'.nE BONNETS. O Lire : elteatlt ! Ye dread mysterious twain, Rallling us from tlie cradle te the bier ; Phantoms tliat fill our souls v.ltli strange, vague fear, Illusive as tlie lernis thai haunt the br.iin Of the sick raver. (Jitealien we in vain The leic el all the ages, sage anil seer. Te answer why ami vv he ye are, ami clear The clnmW that round you evermore leinain. Whence come ye? Whither go ye V Xene may leads man walking in an idle .show Along the myriad paths or joy and wee Te vvheic the ether waits te hear away Thecnlrancliiscd Seul, that chatties t Ocean o'er. Te tin-dim l.iixl vtl-encetii.inicluiiis noineic. O Life ! O Death! Hew geed ye ar...

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. — 22 October 1880

' v- " -T-i ,( -j-a- - -? '?' ry-i ''"" ii-- Ji-. , ' .""'r-yg je Cmtfte IIAV LANCASTER, PA., FKIDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1880 Price Twe Gmte. Volume XYII-Ne. 45. V iililiintclluj 3Qh y XEW ADVJSBTISJEMEXTS. TAKOAIXS! UAKGAIXS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Bathven & Msher Offer their entire-stock of Ready-Made Clothing at ami below Cost, with a view 1 discontinu ing the READY-M AUK CLOTHING business, ami devoting tlielr attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, ami satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select line of Clet lis, Cassimercs, Worsteds, Coatings, .Suitings. Cheviots. Melten-, Overceatings, Vcstlngs, &c. alwavs en band and orders re spectfully 'solicited. AI-e, a general line et Furnishing Goods. RATKVOS & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Xe. 101 North Queen .St., Lancaster, l'a. SPECIAL. Tliese in want et Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, a their Clothing are mainl...

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. — 22 October 1880

V"' -Zz BV U A. -.yV' V i ' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAT OCTOBER 22. 1880. Lancaster i-nteiltgencet. FRIDAY EVENING. OCT. 22, 1880. That Peer Parade. The use of parades te parties is te show their numbers and animation, te en courage their followers and intimidate their opponents. Therefore it is essen tial te the party having them te take care that they shall be as large and en thusiastic as possible, for if they disap point public expectation they de great barm instead of geed . Ne doubt the Re publican leaders in Lancaster county appreciate this fundamental rule of po litical management, and did all that they could te make their demonstrations yesterday a success; and that it was any thing else was no fault of theirs. They bad plenty of money te expend en it and plenty of men te engage in it. Why then was it a failure ? Wc assume that none will dispute that it was a peer show. The number of men taking part in it was below the average and their enthu siasm was very marked...

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. — 22 October 1880

fmiv-rf-- V- Ak'uu i.. Af'ifl? ?"jv f1:'-'- vi 3ra'bflgg IANCASTiEltrDAlLY 1KCELII6ENCER. FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 1880 ; act was perpetrated simply because some little boys were hurrahing for Hancock. After the parade there was a geed deal of fighting at some of the saloons. At Rethweiler's one of the officers was called in te arrest a drunken member of one of the clubs ; the arrest was resisted by some of his comrades, and for a time it appealed that a general row might occur, but the affair was finally quieted down. At a Middle street saloon a man was struck in the face with a brickbat which cut a fear ful gash. He was taken te a surgeon and bis-weund dressed. During the disturbance in East King street near Middle. Henry Leenard who was standing en the sidewalk in company with his wifc was hit ever the head with a torch, anil Andrew Greff a hater who was quietly passing along the street w s assaulted by men in the line, and severe beaten. It'is said he was mistaken for a man who had th...

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. — 22 October 1880

".m-a ri U2-y-'- tPXr z2 S-v'WH-7 riffg ' 5sfiKfci' gs?jSTT t y --i--w . V LANCASTER DAILY INTELbttENCERl FRIDAY OOTOBER 22. 1880 'Z gncastet intelligencer. FBIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1880. Packing Fruit for L'eHveyaHec The various packages of specimens which we receive from a distance, show the de fects of imperfect packing en one hand, and the perfection te which it may he car ried en the ether. The essential requisite for successful convey ancc is te have the fruit incased se tight in the box that no shaking or jarring will cause it te rattle. A box of grapes was sent us ; the hunches had been neatly placed in it, and some unoccupied space left in the box above the fruit. In a few hundred miles transit it had been shaken or turned ever perhaps a thousand times, or at least often enough te reduce all the grapes into a shapeless mass of pulp. If a number of bunches or specimens are sent, each should be wrap--mmI separately with cotton or ether suit-, able material, se that every j...

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. — 23 October 1880

JjT"- :'Tlf-J"" j5'-'- JJi- taa? -sss. tf f rWr-V'-Vi !r-rrj.f -C --;" ' 1 mt Volume XYII-Ne. 46. XJZW ADVERTISEMENTS. TABUA1NS! UABGAXNS1! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Msher Offer tliclr entire-stock et Heady-Made Clothing at unil below Cost, with u view t niscontiuu niscentiuu iii;r the READY-MADE CLOTHING bnsliie5, and devoting tliclr attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING inside promptly te order, and it intact ion in nil casus guaranteed, a select line; of Cleths, Cashmeres, Worsteds, Coatings, feuituixs. Cheviots. Meltons Overceatings, testings, &c., always en hand :irid orders rc spectUuly helieiud. Alse. a general line of t iirnisliing Goods. RATHVON& FISHER Mcri-Iiuitt Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIA1 These in want of Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as vheir Clothing are mainly of their own iuauul:ictii:-caud Mibsuuitially made. HcnSMtml FA...

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. — 23 October 1880

') Jil riiJS!T' !5iI3r5P " -v. .' Ji " 4 1- rfT -t f ' ' rtv ,? J., ' r- K1 A.;'wt-.?S?wWli iv s .i,?.--- w -- ., - '-fcl'CB LANCASTER DAlLV lidfcLLlUKNUfitt. SATURDAl OCTOBER 23. 1880. l"Wr ,V v X VM - ILancastev iuteiltgencet. SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 23, 1880. That Heathen Chinee. Truth, a morning journal of Xe w Yerk city, published in its issue en Friday, a fac-simile of Hie letter of Mr. Garfield in which he declares that he is net pre pared te say that the existing treaty with China, which allows the free im portation of Chinese laborers, should be abrogated " until our great manufactur ing and corporate interests are conserved in the matter of labor." This letter is pronounced te be in Mr. Garfield's hand writing by Speaker Randall, Mr. Hewitt and ether gentlemen of the highest repute who have been in intimate association with him, and have carefully compared it with letters from him in their posses sien. Still there exists a possibility that it might ba a forgery, and the gen...

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. — 23 October 1880

vtV"- i- -yt- - - ?&'- ' &-& r-"' LAJSLASTEK DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY OCTOBER 23, 1880 I and confidence arc what tbey need, but if the manufacturers press the tariff issue te the forefront theirs be the responsibility cf all that ensues. In conclusion Mr. Apjjar exposed the outrage business of the Repub lican campaign sliirekers. and closed with an eloquent prediction that united 3fcw Yerk, forgetful or past factional strife, would lead the Democratic column and with Connecticut and Xew Jersey elect the Democratic candidates. Mr. Apgar spoke for au hour and three quarters and was attentively listened te, and point after point or his telling argu ment was raptueusly applauded. Though f-ufrering from severe indisposition he spoke in his usual incisive style, and his l.tpicr thrusts at Bcpublican sophisms wcie as keen as the cut of a Damascene blade. Mr. I.HgenU Speech. Mr. Chas. A. Lagen, of the Philadelphia bat-, a piemincnt young barrister of that city, native of Lan...

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. — 23 October 1880

-.- s"V, -JT tf'-K'' -y -v-fgx - ?& "- -? vT ; tfc.T-l V- --.-"' S-r -- i-. .--v -v-;y5 s'-'. 'K- J.snjc Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 23, 1880; Preparing Fowls for Market. C. B. in Country Gentleman. In many places fowls are fattened by ar tificial methods. The fowls are confined in close, dark places, with barely standing room, and are literally stuffed alive. Can such flesh be wholesome as feed? Is the practice humane? I will own that the barnyard fowl is a filthy scavenger natur ally. Still, in my opinion, there is no sweeter, tenderer fowl's flesh than that which is gained while running abroad. Nevertheless, the mere healthy the ani mals are kept while fattening, the mere wholesome flesh de they return, and this cannot be done in close confinement. We Americans are imprudent in our habits, and in no one are we mere se than in matters pertaining te our feed. The fat of fowls is like oil and never digests, or is taken up with vegetable feed, and the worst of...

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. — 25 October 1880

- - r -r Volume XVII-Ke. ? LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1880 Price Twe Cts. Sk XEW AWEKTJSE3TEXTS. B akuains! uakeaixs:: SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Rathven & Fisher Oiler tlit-ir entire-lock el Rcady-Madc Clothing at mill be-low Cot. with a view et tii-ceulinu-itiptlif!UKAI)Y-MAIi: CI.OTIIIXO ljii.lne, ami devetinjj their attention exclusively t CUSTOM VORK. CI.OTHIXC made piemptly te order, ami attract ion in all ca-x-s guaranteed. A select line of Clelhs, Cnstimcrca, Worsteds, Coatings Suiting. Cheviot. Meltons Overceatings. Vestings, &c, alivavs en hand ami order.-, re spect nilly heliciteil. AI-e, a general line el FurnKhi'ig Heeds. RATIIVON fc FISHER -MticiiaiiC Tailors and Drainer:-, S. l'Jl X.uth Omen St., Lancaster, l'a. SI'KCIAl.. These in want el" Kcady-Made Clothing will con-nit llicir own interest ly giving them a call before purchasing eIm--where, its iheir Clothing arc mainly of their own man ii lael it re ami Mih-danlially maile. sep-ii-lmd FALL OFEI H....

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. — 25 October 1880

- s S' rw -s LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY OCTOBER 25, 1830. Lancaster nteUegencet. MONDAY EVENING. OCT. 25, 1880. PierrqienFs Defence. At lust we have found in Edwards Picrrepent. Grant's attorney general mid minister te England, a man bold Mieugh te peel: te show that Garfield was innocent of perjury in the testimony lie gave before the Poland cemmiteee in the Credit Mebilier matter. Mr. Pierre Pierre jjent examines the evidence in a letter te the Xew Yerk Sun, starting in with the following accurate statement of the eatli und the charge, and admitting that if Garfield swore te what was net true, no man ought te vote for him : On the 14th of January, 1873. Gen. Gar field, be Pure a committee of Congress, swore : " I never owned, received, or agreed te receive any stock of the Credit Mebilier or of the Union Pacific railroad, nor any div dends or profits arising from cither of them' It is charged that " this was a perjured statement" It was deliberately made and in the cour...

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. — 25 October 1880

-r:A-,3 LANCAfiTEfttJbAlLY lN!tLLtGEKClR. MOKftAY OCTOBER 25, 1880 1 '- THi; '1LI TUIAL. Seme or tlie Xetcrt DegiTiiat will Take Tart iu it. Tbe list of cntiicsef dezs that will take part in tisc gieattrial at Quarryvillc next week lias net yet been published, but the following arc some of the noted dogs that win ceutcsu ier me several prize-. Bclten, a celebrated black, white and Ian Llewellyn setter that ran the trials in England. Entered by 3tr. James Vcrner. of Pittsburgh. Thunder, a pure Laveriek, Butten, a pointer and eleven ethers of lets note, en tered by .T. J. Sncllcubsrg, New Brighten, Dash, a native s-ettcr, winner of the rd prize at the national field trials last year, entered by Parmer O'Neil, Pitts burgh. Cerneli.i, a Llewellyn setter, entered by L. Sinister. Rexcy, Countess, Ladyand Clara, enter ed by I-aac Yearsley, Ceatesvillc. P.exey and Lady were biekcn by B. C Sanborn, who is regarded as one of the bc-tifnet the best breaker in America. Fleet, a. Llewellyn sette...

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. — 25 October 1880

i - -"K 'w'- t."" "Vl-i ' -atfU pt "' "yyw'-- "f-" t-t vs- - jr ' ?' - .- -' ..O- y t'I ; tr ' r ," " " " i - TL " f ..V b?1 'vB ;(." LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY OCTOBER 25. 1880 '---Lf.-' " ' Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 25, 1880. I'OLITICAL. FOB PEESIDENT : WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PEESIDENT : WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. GEX. HON. The great principles of American lib erty are still the Icwiul inheritance or litis people, and ever should he. The right of trialhy jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty or the press, the freedom or speech, the natural rights or persons and the rights or property must he preserved. WlXfiELD S. IIAM'CfcK, Mj. (cu.Coin-l'gDet. La. and Texas. Slate Electoral Ticket. ELIXTOILS. ROBERT E. MONAOllAN. william ii. play fob d. .john slevin, edwin a. pee. .ieiinm.campbell, billies dallett, john meffet, edward walde.v, xatiiax c. j ames, ceeeue filbert, JAMES G. McSI'ARRAN, AI.FKED J. MAKTJX. ADAM UEB1NCER, FRANKL...

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. — 26 October 1880

? SQe Dartfate Volume XYII-Ne. 48. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1880 Price Twe Celts. r'5.i',6 " ' zr " -V"v - -, i ;Mk gy i m -) u XEW AD rEIZTZSEJZEXTS. TAKUAINS IfAIJGAlKS:: SELLING OFF! SELLING OF!! RathYen & Fisher Oiler their enliro-slecl: el Ready-Made Cletliing at nnd below Cost, with a. view of aiacontiuu aiacentiuu aiacontiuu injrthe READY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTniN'G made piemptly te order, and satisfaction in nil cases guaranteed. A t-clect linoet Cleths, CusbimcrtB, Worsteds, Coating, .Suiting. Cheviots. Melten-, Overceatings. Vestlngs, &c. ul ways en hand and Older ic spectimly solicited. Alne, u general line of .Furnishing oeods. E ATHYON & FISHEE Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Xe. 101 Net tli Quicn Si , Lancaster, Pa. 8PBCIAL llioee in want of Rcady-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving iliein a call befoie pnielmslnj ol&e el&e wheie, as their Clothing are mainl...

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. — 26 October 1880

TJV . -". ' -;&.-? ' -v- v V -n1 V T -v" fc--- y -. .- i -- 'l-r5-i'' v V?-vtK ftt I' LANCASTER DAILY ENTKLL1UENCER. TUESDAY OCTOBER 26. .1880. 1 Lancaster nielligencet. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 26, 1880 Hew Geed Men Will Lie. There is one senator in Congress who ' is noted for his geed sense and the per sistent way in which he lets' it guide him : that is Senater Eaten, who made a speech en the tariff the ether night in New Yerk, which we publish elsewhere, lie lias given much attention te this sub ject and is the author of the bill which has found se much favor in both politi cal parties and which has been especial ly petitioned for by manufacturers. Its object is te take the tariff question out of politics by appointing a commission which shall inquire into the needs of the country and report te Congress the re sults of its examination. There was, until a few weeks age, a general belief that the question of the tariff was net a party one, and that still is the honest conviction ...

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. — 26 October 1880

v tf.y- wr -k $.-. - -W- LANCASTER-DAILY INTEIXtGENeiR. TUESDAY OCTOBER 26, 1880 COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK KLGCLAU COUKESFOJTDEXCK The Hancock and English battalion of this place will be v. ell represented at Mount Jey, at tbe parade te-morrow night. Tbc Hancock Invinciblcs and tbe helmet company will turn out i-treng and tbe bal anceef tbc battalion in lesser numbers will also be en hand. Tbc Citizens' baud eftbis place bus been eiiga;;ca by tliolte tlielte pablicnns for that evening ; but tlia Dem cratic battalion will ;ct music somehow. The Shawnee rolling mill shut down en Saturday until a new supply of coal could be laid in, -ill the old supply bavin-; been exhausted. The Susquehanna roll ing mill company leaned a sufficient quan tity te warrant the lesuinptinu of opera tions, and tbe mill started up again this morning. The mill, since starting up tbicj weeks age, has rolled a large amount of hen. ' P. S. Bi ugh, is connected with tbe tele. 2henc exchange. His "Wriglitsvillc stoic isa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 October 1880

-rf --, h- r ""T f- m. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY OCTOBER 26. 1880 k- Lancaster Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 26, 1880; fOZITICAZ. FOB PRESIDENT : WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT : WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. GEX. HON. The great principle. or American lib eiir are still tiic Icwftil Inheritance of this people, and ever should be. The right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the natural rights of persons and the rights of property must be preserved. WIXF1ELD S. HANCOCK, 3Iaj. ;cn.Cemd'?Dcpt. La. ana Texas. State Electoral Ticket. ELECTORS. ItOIJEUT E.MONAGHAN. WILLIAM II. l'L.WTORD. JOHX SLEVIN, EDWIN A. FUE. JOHX M. CAMPBELL. GILLIES DALLETT, JOHX MOFFET, EDWARD VALDCX, NATHAN C. JAMES, GEORGE FILBERT, JAMES G. McSFARRAN. ALFRED J. MAKTIX, ADAM GERINGER, FRANKLIN TURNER. PATRICK J. BIRMINGHAM. HENRY i:. DAVIS. GEORGE A. POST. ABRAM M. BENTON, JOHN 1. LINTON. JOHN S. MILLhR, john e. saxt...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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