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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 January 1880

-'rvfi-tf x' -c- -var j - -t t. - --. i "- j - T-i if j V J. V"- m. ,, ( 1,1 111 1 f ff f f - fiBg5, ' v I lAvV Volume XYINe. 130. LANCASTER, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1880. Price Twe Celts. 4?, -.- - - vHMIHMH cry i x. b m ". h "v x x vami tun iur;,J-ti jj " w (TO l an ( du Ygmm anTi ivrv JJI IXMXAM 9 terms. THE DALLYINTELLIGrENCER, PUBLISHED EVERT EVENIKO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or Centre Square. The Dailt Iktellieexceb Is furnished te Mibseribers In the City of Lancaster anil sur rounding towns., accessible by Railroad and Dailv Mage Lines at Tex Cents Peu Week, payable te tbc Carriers, weekly. Ily Mail, $5 a year in advance ; otherwise, $0. Entered at tin- pest efllce at Lancaster, Pa., as -oeend class mail matter. 3-Tlie STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPAKT M KXT of this establishment possesses unsur iivm tucilities for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Fancv Printing. COAL. 1 1 .MARTIN', IJ. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds et I.U...

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. — 31 January 1880

-r j.-t ' V.-.T. 2'Y;I'-?V : ,--. --j - " - ' - - ; r fT LANOASTEK DAILY INTELLIGENCES SATURDAY. JANUARY 31,1880. I Lancaster feitcliigenccr. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN, 31, 1880. What is Very Strange. It seems very strange te us te find that Horatio Seymour is made the object of adverse criticism liecause he will net get absolutely out of the way of aspiring presidential contests by making a solemn declaration they would like te have it under oath, no doubt, and guaranteed by a bend of a million dollars with geed se curity that he will never, under any "circumstances or by virtue of any solici tation from any nunilier of Democrats, however numerous, unanimous, enthusi astic and persuasive they may show themselves te be when in convention as sembled, consent te become their candi date for president. These men who un dertake te condemn Mr. .Seymour be cause he does net say this, and does net en the ether hand announce himself as a candidate, but rests upon Ins repeated declaration that he...

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. — 31 January 1880

.-.-"i ... v x j ,"J " K - - r"V v ,i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JANtfARY 31, 1880. jwjj ? " ' . B GENERAL DISTRIBUTION OF TAFFY. The ExliaustleM Stock of a Candidate for Congress. Lancaster Inquirer. Taffy for Jehn K. Wiley. Mr. Wiley is a gentleman, and is per sonally one of the most popular men in tlie county. Taffy for Tem Funds. There is net the slightest doubt that the almost unanimous sentiment of the Repub licans of Lancaster county is in favor of the nomination of J. A. M. Passmerc for -Auditor general. Taffy for Ten Cochran. 3Ir. Cochran, delegate from this city, is an out and out advocate for Lemen, and has made no concealment of it either be fore or since his election. lie made no at tempt te deceive any one ; but it is only fair te all parties te say that in voting ajjainst Passmerc he will misrepresent the Republican sentiment of his district. Taffy for Johiihen, Kshieman an McMcllen. Mr. Jehnsen said he had some resolu tions te eirer, but the chair refus...

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. — 31 January 1880

5? y T. b -' t LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, JANUARY'31, 1880. s-:?r 1 ftancastet Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 31, 1880. MODEEX CHUBCH-GOING. He lightly climbs the pulpit stair We're privileged te s can the niau Externally he wears the air Of one who gives uncommon care Te shine the foremost in the van. Arrayed in fautless.nc.3 he seems; Superbly clad, It may be said ; Befitting one whose rugged themes Arouse the sinner from his dreams Arouse, indeed, the very dead. " Se Peter must liavc steed arrayed, Se Paul in dilettante gear; Se steed they all en dress parade Fer eyes te scan in enfilade: See Boanerges thus appear. The organ swell-.; from whispers small It thrills and peals and thundering rells: And shrill as 'twere a clarion call, Or grand as 'twere a waterfall, Or soft as ripples en the shoal-. A man of Ged is at the keys ; Twcrc wrong te think it otherwise ; Seraphic things man hears and sees When bended lowly en his knees He caught his rapture from the sk...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 February 1880

Volume XVINe. 131. TERMS. THE DAILYINTELUGENCER, PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or Centre Square. Tin: I)ilv Intelligencer is furnished te subscribers in tlieC'ilv of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Kail read anil Daily Stage Lines at Ten Cents Ieh Week, payable te tbe Carriers, weekly. I5y Mull, $." a year In advance; otherwise, $;. Entered at the pest elliccat Lancaster, Pa., as, -eeenil class mail mutter. -The STEAM JOIJ PRINTING DEPAKT DEPAKT JlhXTef this establishment possesses unsur ! .is-.d facilities for the execution of all kinds it l'lain and Fancy Printimr. COAL. l It. M Alt TIN, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in all kinds or LUMIJEU AXD COAL. -Yard : Xe. 4S) Xerth Water ami Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n'Myd COAL! - - - COAL!! GORREOHT & CO., I or Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Hnrrisburg Pike. Oflice -J) Kast Chestnut street. P. W". GOHUKCHT, .1. It. KILKY. W. A. KKLLKU. A fit. eH-lyd CO...

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

-.ttJ-A -. LANCASTER DA1LY lOTELtJGENOER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1880 Lancaster ihtteUigencet. MONDAY EVENING, FEB, 2, 1880. The Municipal Nominations. -The Democratic primaries of Saturday evening were largely attended, but quiet, orderly gatherings, whose result was ac complished through a fair expression of the wishes of the Democracy and will commend itself te the party as a whole. The ward and council nominations are geed and in the wards which have hith erto generally been Republican the Democratic nominations are such as te encourage the hope of gains that will make at least the popular branch of councils mere nearly representative of the best interests and the political differences of the voters of the city. The re-election of the four .retiring school directors, all worthy and efficient, was in accordance with the best civil service notions, while the two new members are well-known and intelligent citizens, who will make useful, progres sive school directors. The unanimous renomi...

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

jawywaajT)nftawcifaJiKjaryag rTl-llrvnri'-''CTiriT' r --' ' " -. w "" - SavagafS LANCASTER DA1M tfftTELLlGEftCEK, MONDAY, T EBRt ART 2, 1880. i'l ject. Sirs. Zell presented a flower ler a name. It cridently belongs te tbe natural order Acantluieea, and no doubt one of the 137 species of Insticea, new divided into different genera. Ursula of Pupils. Tbe following is tbe grade of pupils in attendance at tbe boys' bigb scboel during tbe mentb of January. Twe hours' home study per day is expected from each pupil : FIIIST CLASS. Harry HSnnvely.... 7 Walter 1 King.. Chas XV IIi-ib.hu... Marien li Hnrtman Hnrrv K Stener WmC Hear Chun H Frey : iirani. Jionrer... SO ThesC Wise... SO Kdw I. Huber... SO C K Urban SBCONII CLASS. A L Witwcr WS Adler Clarence H Clurlc. Levi W Herting.. Samuel II Lichty.. Chr LKrantz Heward T Hayes.. Chas A Miller Win G Laud is Fra.nk McClain lii'eF Krisiimii ... Gee Hetriek hin A Hoever HewardSmelt. . StS . Ill . Sll 'l!cnj A Splndler Wm HLindcmuth.. Aimer. I Sni...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 February 1880

-' fr Pi 'r LANCASTER DAILY- INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1880. N Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1880. MILES KEOGH'S HORSE. On tlie blutt of the Little Big Hern, At tlie de5c of a wefnl day, Custer ana his Three Hundred In death and silence lay. Three hundred te three thousand ! They had "bravely fought and hied : Fer such lb the will of Congress When the "White Man meets the Red. The White Men are ten millions, The thriftiest under the sun ; The Reds arc fifty thousands, And -warriors every one.; Se Custer and all his fighting men Lay under the evening skies, staring up at the traniuil heaven With wide, accusing eyes. And of all that steed at noonday In that fiery scorpion ring, Miles Keogh's home at evening Wa the only living thing. Alene lrem that field of slaughter, Where lay the three hundred slain. The horse Comanche wandered, With Keogh's bleed en his mane. And Sturgis i-sued this order, Which future times shall read, While the love and honor el comrad...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 February 1880

maiMLiiWirTftirrWM (Ojje ,mtf aW VllAVV Volume XVI-Ne. 132. LANCASTER, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1880. Price Twe Cents. V -. ' i , i.VnuiiiiwuwCTffwg'WWW" TERMS. THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER, PUBLISHED EVEUY EVENING, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Ituilding, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Daily Iktellieescer Is furnished te subscribers In the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and Daily Stage Lines ut Ten Cents Pek AVekk, payuble te tliu Carriers, weekly. IJy Mail, $. a year in arlvance : otherwise, fi. Entered rit tbe pest elllceat Lancaster, Pa., as -i-end class mail matter. -Thi; STEAM JOB PKIXTIXG DEPART M EXT of this establishment possesses iin-ur-I uiM'il facilities ler the execution of all Kinds .! Plain and Fancy Printing. COAL. I It. MAItTlX, J. Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AXD COAL. tfB-Yurd : Xe. 420 Xertli Water and Prince stieets, abee Lemen, Jancaster. n3-lyd COAL! - - - GOAL!! GORREOHT & CO., Fer Geed ...

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

fyrSmffpiftS&sSSligtissri LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE, TUESM V, FEBRUARY 3, 18&). -wiiwuimi . i ..i ' " ."" - -1 li , ' ' ' "" " '"''-"" '"L--- - r . - ; " .""?" '-! i ,n . ,. i ,, , . ,.i wIM n. . i i i.i ii ,. M----. . -. ...-.. ,. 1,1. ,"" tzr!B Si' Lancaster Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB, 3, 1880. Take Her. They tell us again that Mr. Tilden Is about being married. We hope it is true but we suppose it is false. "We hope it is true because we want Mr. Tilden te le happy, and he seems te want something te make him happy. If a wife will fill the void place, and is ready te fill it, let it be filled. But we doubt the report because Mr. Tilden does seem te lack-the boldness necessary for the undertaking. Te take a wife must be, te a man who has se long shrunk from the attempt, a mere gigantic essAy than te capture a pres idency te which he has been chosen. The bride may have elected him and may be waiting for him, but te go boldly up te her and adept the necessary mean...

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

: - jh ' i, ... - ..- "- ii,iM,innm Kijimi linn finiirnnrrrnn-nH" irT"' ' '.M . - ' Ki - . -! r, ii.nn. mi n iiMiwiiiniinniniTrTii 'T-" " " ' "" s . - T . flB ' . i "' ...i---.-nrMiinl1JtflllOTnirl-ri.riri-r-,i..-ini.- ... - , s. . . -s . .UH iWimnr-r.fTT- T-" If nil " '"-t '-j-' -r LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELL1GEN0EE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1880. - - tT i i - M -" "- I. COURT OF COMMON TLK AS. He-fore Judge Patterson. In the case of Philip P. Sunnerv.s. Eliza beth Misliler, administratrix of Benjamin Jlishler, deceased, a verdict was taken in favor of the plaintiff for $47 and court costs. In the case of A. W. .Slielier vs. Chas. P. Slneiner, Miivivinjj defendant, and Clara K. Slneiner, Uhas. P. Shrciner, and Hiram Yeung, exccuteis of Philip Shieinei, deceased, and with notice te Mary E. Yeung, Clara I?. Shr.'e ler, Chas. P. Shrciner, heir and devisees, judgment was ent.'ied in favor of the plaintiff for 61,7.i."i.ri(). ISaibara Liudcniuth, for the use of Mar tin Lindeinuth, trustee, vs. L...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 February 1880

ep'i LAtfftAStJER J)AM iMEtitlGMdM. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1880. iJ- Imcastet Jhtteiltgencer TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 3, 1880. Brains Furnished Cheap. HONEST LIVING MADE THROUGH THE DISHONESTY OFOTHEKS. AN Speeches, IUiymci, Sketches and Lectures Written te Order In a Hurry Te Whom Sold and for What Purpose The Price. New Yerk Sun. In Blccckcr street, in the tliinl-stery back room of what was once an aristocratic private dwelling house, the public in need of brains can find the same at reasonable rates. A reporter who recently climbed the creaking stairs and knocked at the deer of this back room was invited te enter by a deep-toned, pleasant voice. Stepping across the threshold, the visitor found himself in the abode of Brains. The room was bare and cheerless, containing only a bed, a washstand, three or four wooden chairs, a stove and a large pine table, which was littered with manuscripts, newspapers, pens, ink bottles and a well thumbed dictionary. The owner of the deep-toned voice wa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 February 1880

atirtf 'J."- ' "" irrr MLML UTJU t - W yMf r.tZZXrTttpwrmnmmwrTin'..X93n,z'na '- (l)z mutKk KsxsXsK " .T. infiM.il Vl I ll'lhil HIT MlliH Tl.i'JP aafcfwmftmm9m ' w,.i h s " - - ih..i i i i ii ii ii i. . r rajTrr h. -r..i. it.-.. - -r--r w , . - -. -.... - -- . -. j ,,;,.- - y. k -c7r1 Yelnme XVINe. 133. LANCASTER, PA. WEDJNTSSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1880. Price Twe Cents. terms. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, PUBLISHED EVERT EVETHJfO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Iltiilrtlng, Southwest Cerner or Centre Square. The Daily Intelligencer Is furnished te subscribers in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and Dully Stage Lines ut Tex Cents I'eb Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 it year in advance: otherwise, $;. Kntered at the pest eflleeat Lancaster, Pa., us m-cewI class mail matter. -Tlie STEAM. JOB PRIXTIXG DEPART DEPART Jlh.NTef this cstablishuient possesses iiiimii-- pas-cd facilities for the execution of all kinds el IMiiin and Kuiicv P...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 February 1880

nyyiw rTfflipaBCTmJWK irjfe."q'.Mgsgttrea teSBwte iih ; ii w ii im-ig;e,,Jrmpw.Trg4iieiCffefte5 SrLWtXi "- . . . " - ' - t-tt. ..- . .J---,cfc---g--rT-Jl "i w : -, - -9zmV?-J- -- --. u. --i -xffafJ- - a iAaratg --- - - .- k, - -. WMipB0Blfi)yTgppfrt3y3ci -u in tjmTiit irciin. r rn.-wrriwii .n..,. j. ,rw.i Il' -.. ; . r- , if 8 v- m LANCASTER DAILY lKTELLiGENCER, WD&ESDaV. FEBRUARY 4, 1880: f ii 1i I HI nrjuiiTfil'IIBIiilii imnTl IIMIHHM llfl fclllpll nnn WMI Hi i 'I l b I Lancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB, 4, 1880. The Freebooter's Game. The Republicanjjentest at Harrisburg is net Over the nomination of Grant, but ever the dominance of Cameren. Se if it was a simple question of Grant's candi dacy, it is net likely that he would re ceive a score of votes. The delegates all knew that the feeling of the. people of their party is against his nomination,and they are net seriously for it. The Phila delphia delegation is hostile te Grant, and yet it resolves te vote te in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 February 1880

j.irnr"--yMyg M uM&umQHMtci 5S3Sezg3SSSSBmu-S trv".-' Lancaster DAiLt inteijjgencer, Wednesday, februa&y 4, isse. - . . i I lilllll IllTTWgTirwirrnT "f JM-t- 1 n '-J-J ' -i-k JM i------'""!?'!!! ylya,r.-WsigaSaftte i ' ' "' ?-: F''aKpSi53iS32S-3zcEMB Vjl " ' " .4 -,- -.-.-.-- ------ . . v - - - . - . iZJ. 'if COURT OF COMMON 1'LEAS. Before Judge Livingston. In the case of Jehn M. Hershey vs. Gee. H. Moere, the plaintiffs, in rebuttal, called Tobias Ilershcy, who testified in legard te the consideration defendant gave for the note and stated that 8477.09 was paid June 8, 1872, a note for $82.09 and an order en Solen Cherry for $395, which was shown te have been accepted and paid. At the time defendant signed the note he did bus iness for himself and witness did net knew that his brothers had leased the farm. The case was given te the court shortly before neon. Leuis Stark vs. Jeseph Stark. This was an action te recover $04.24, the amount of a bill claimed by the plaintiff for...

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

UUBUSJUEq : & :.- -j "-. :v ' LANCASTER DAlW iOTELLIGENCEtL WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1880. ?v3- Lancaster tntelltgencct, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1880. Testing a Milch Cew. I submit the following points or specifi" catiens by which the value of a cow can be ascertained for production of butter : The word "best," as jt is generally used in premium lists, has se many meanings that the committee arc at a less te knew just what its fullest signification may be. Seme would consider one point of great ex cellence, while ethers of the same commit tee would think it of litlc value. Se far as I can learn, there is no list of points agreed upon by any agricultural society which offers premiums for that class of stock, and there is a chance for a wide variation of opinions. Fer many years I have hoped that this subject would meet with that attention that it deserves. If a dairyman has a cow that is unusual in her yield of butter, her yield and treatment could be readily com pared by an acc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 February 1880

'-V' TT'-r-"" "' &i AS -! I t CajtfafteS m fixtelligmM HI m ,;i . OH) -s"50"!fla9w9k "MP 1 p Volume XVI Ne. 134. LANCASTER, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1880. Price Twe Cents. Tizims. THE DAILYINTELIJGENOER, I'UIILISIIEO EVERY EVEMNO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Iluildlng, Southwest Cerner of Centre .Square. Tijk Daily lNTtLLU.ErFii is furnished te subset ibcrs in the City el Lancaster and mii mii leunding towns, aLU-i-ilil- by Kailie.id and D.iily Stage Lines ut 'Jen Cknts I'ek Wh.k, pajable te tin- Can n-rs, u t el.ly. By Mull, F a -.n in wivaut-c: euic-mise, . Eiitcicd at th- pe,t elliccat Lancaster, I'.i ,as st eeiid class mail matter. &-I he .STEAM JOB PHINTIXG DEI'AHT DEI'AHT MKNTel this establishment possesses uiisui- it-(il l.tciliticsfer tin- execution of all kinds ! IM.tiuaiKi F.incv l'lintimr. CLOT1IIXG. t'OAJ.. I) 1!. MAUTIN, V holt -a!e and IJet.ul Dcalci in all kinds et LIjMHLU AXD COAL. es-Ysinl: Xe. til) Neitli Water mid Pi into slicels, above Lemen,...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 February 1880

wn !, niwi w i fii 7FT p-yii ., rj-Mf(c(MragfflTT i - . . . . -. -r v 'r.ijrr. K'ipy',,. .. .- -, -- . tt z r ?'" ' J- . i nin cftft&aU 'jpjgffifrggj JUTf J fcMPyfcJii j- "-r"T-- J-..,. ; trv&&tntjzvHmmmtiimjmnl i', 11111 MHM"1wi'iwawj.i.V.-rTi)ly,i. f'rT. Hancaster Intelligencer. THUCSDAY EVENING, FEB, 5, 1880. What It Means. The result of the Ilarrisburg conven tion has been as foreshadowed, and Sena Sena eor Cameren and his ring associates come out "with an apparent victory, which is, however, se much less than complete as te be in fact a defeat. These men have been ruling the politics of the Re publican party for many years autocrati cally and this convention was especially manufactured te suit their purposes. Yet in a body se constituted they secure a hare majority of twenty votes. The issue nominally be fore the convention was the presidential candidacy of Grant and Blaine, but the real issue was the continued dominance ever the party of the men who new rule it. It...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 February 1880

"sT - - - . . iJlL." -",-.' - --.--.. ' t ---;..-." .:'.:'..L -V. -. -' .-.v ;?;,-, , , ;,-Vn f.-. --...--r-..----.---,,,, -' '" "-l-1--' J ulis''j" m -. iXj rr immi a h i i' u.gCn;tcTr:.jr.lig.T- jt ..i:;:.; J:jc.r--fXrxi-::" -'tT2Jmf,l':iB:v'' ' , -.. . ,.-. . . ,..J.. , - : s . . ft J? LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1880. 'i 2. COCKT OF COMMON PLEAS. Before Judge rattersen. In the case of Themas Furniss vs. II. X. Biencman, the defendant was called and he corroborated Seuscnig in regard te the note being made te accommodate Furniss, who desired te be Grissingcr's clerk ; wit ness also understood that he was te incur no liability by endorsing tlic note. In rebuttal Furniss was called and he testified that the first he saw of this check was when Kendig brought it te him and told him te take it. lie took it, as Mr. Brcncman's name was en it as endorser. Previous te this Scnsenig had asked him whether he would take Kendig's check ; he said he would net ; Scnseni...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 February 1880

yBaiwbBarri-affrf.afSOBnggraw - 1 SJ.7tj---T,iai.fJ-rtiTirin4iwJn1 -f- "''-"T':-''v israsaai LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1880. twwt1 Viwy L rim myymaaqsccF snaccaiaawrttggaaiB.TBaeaa . MwrtWw- ,i -..-.- .-,.... lr ili llllTlr --- ,, W, jV,i,i,,hW' , t-,ur-,jr,1-TtiimifTm-"ii-:i lf 'S Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 5, 1880.' The Urcat "reds." These That Have Harvested a Fortune sunt These That Arc Plodding in l'evcrly. "With the purpose of getting an idea of the financial condition of some of the pedestrians who have achieved fame during the past five years, a Bosten Jferdd re porter called en a gentleman, of that city, who is well acquainted with the subject. He has had a line opportunity of observing what has been going en among pedestrians and, in a general way, remarked : " The time for the making of great stakes is about at an end. There arc loe many specu lators new, many of whom have become t-e unscrupulous that the result of a race doe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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