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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 November 1880

-v ,,.. r .- jT",TwTwp v-i-w '--"jPg Jfctrtfagtag I iAAVy v I IAv FWw Volume XVH-Ne. 54 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1880. Price Tw Certs. !LJr- X - " 9fc HGilpj ! " CLOTHING. AKMAINS! MAKGAIXS1! SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! ! Bathven & Msher Oircr their cntlrcsteck of Rcady-Madc Clothing ut and below Cost, with a view et olscontinu elscontinu olscentinu ingthe READY-MADE CLOTHING business, uml devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHI.VU made promptly te order, nml satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Cassiineres, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Melt one, Overceatings. Vestlngs, Ac, always en hand and orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, u general line of i urnishing Goods. RATH VON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Xe. 101 XertU Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL. These In want or Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a cull before purchasing else where, 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. — 2 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1880. Lancaster Intelligences TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 2, 1880. - Tkc Momentous Decision. A beautiful day we have for our great election, and no excuse remains te any citizen te stay from the polls. Every one will vote, and every one ought te ; for it is a great privilege, as it is a great responsibility. It is safe te say that.the majority of the voters will net cast an intplliwnt ami dispassionate ballet. In our view,' no one of these who will vote for Garfield can de se ; while many of these who vote ler Hancock will be mere strongly moved by prejudice than reason. Possibly it is only an accident which enables us te justify te our judgment and conscience the vote we give te Hancock; possibly and even probably, we would have voted for our party, even though we had known that it presented the worst candidates. Men se readily deceive themselves, and find reasons for following their feeling rather than their judgment, that it would nui b...

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 November 1880

. -."' - l i 5"' C ..- i- -- , LANCASTER DAILY lOTLLtGENCElt TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1880. mr ELECTION. Progress or the Gre.it Contest. This morning opened bright and pleas ant, the air being just ceul enough te be bracing without being chilling. Before sunrise gieups began te gather mound the several polling places, ami by 7 o'clock all the polls were opened except these of the Third ward, where the ic was nearly hair an hour's dcLiy, owing te the ineligibility of two of the officers. t Beth parties availed themselves of Hie advice of tiic orators and newspapers te "vote early" and the votes poured m rapidly at the polling places. At no feirner election vwis se large a propeition of the entire vote polled in Ihcjoicneon. Fer the first time in the histmy of Lancas ter elections, United States deputy mas- .shals appeared at some of the polling places, aimed with '-ciedentials"' from that prince of 2 bulldozes s, SlarshalJKcms, of Philadelphia. Tipstava Jacob tlelliuger is the deputy mars...

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

- ill ! r .... ,.7, -i ,. -- - '-- - - - -" -- r - j-- -1 ---, '- " - . --- vi - r-:r e -'"'jt KV'ttr, rJ--"-'"ta v-'Wfca ,--.-Z"i-."r',r v:.. ., . - ..,, .. r.--i. t.: T T. - , - -. - .- i. 7- ' ' i --" - ' ' w-i" '.i..;-,?7-3",sl - -. ,i 'vvcv,-tr-' X LANCASTER ,IA1LY lNTELUBENUEK. TUESlMl NOVEMBER 2. 1880. . -.- , X. ". r T 1 - ' . T. ' .w. f . - " ". .. "J 'V lH'".J,7TH!niPfWMHaMI .iancasicr fntcUigencer TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 2, 1880. FOB PRESIDENT : GEX. WEiEDSLD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOS VICE PEESIDENT : HON. WILLLUI II. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. Tlie great principles or American lib erty are still the IcwM iuhcritaucc or tills people, aim 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 nsnst be preserved. W INFIELD S. HANCOCK, Maj. Vcu.CeHid'gDcpt. La. and Texas. Stale Electoral Tichet. ixecters. rebert k. menaghav. william ii. play ford, john slevin. edw...

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

r .- VV iC" 11 : . 9, '-'" . , - M je &ana$te3 uMm& H..U : Volume XYII-Ne. 55 LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1880 Price Tire Carts. -r -'-" i 30b ZMtF THE FAVORITES IN DRESS GOODS NOW. The following are selling se fast as te indicate that they are unusually desirable: Camel's hair, 44 inches, $1 te $2.50. Billiard cletb, 44 inches, 1.50. Damasses, 44 inches, 1.25. Jersey cloth, 44 inches, 1.75. Plush suitings, 44 inches, 1.50. Armures, 44 inches, 1.00. Novelties, 44 inches, 0.75. Powder cloths, 44 inches, 0.75. Cliudda cloths, 44 inches, 0.68. Lupin's merinees, 36 inches, 0.50 te 0.60. Flannel suitings, 0.30 te 1.25. Plaids, silk and wool, 0.37. Plaids, German, 44 inches, 0.50. Plaids, German, 32 inches, 0.15. Cashmeres, colored, 28 inches, 0.25. Cashmeres, colored, 22 inches, 0.124. Matclasses, 24 inches, 0.20. Ualermes, 22 inches, 0.14. Our drees goods include almost everything desirable. In many in stances we are very much below the market ; never above. JOHN WANA...

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

U-.-x- rm -Vr iivv,- vs.t "..' i.v -v .n v 4S"- '-'C i F3j;ri3F;'iVS' T-'C ;u .- v - ,,-. -'' -! t; ' Vs'-'fc; '" III .1 J1 'II' r V 4 - -r V-; " V'-r - -' ", .i"r.J'?V5 " ' . t . " if" -"" . V .. t -; , LANCASTER DAILY llSTELLIGEKCER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 1880. "J."1 if J iamrastct imteiligencei WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 8, 18B0 The Lessen of tke Battle. The chief alarm which thoughtful cit izens will feel at the sweeping Republi can victory comes from the proven fact , that in times of general business pros perity the dominant party may elect any candidate te the presidency, no matter what may be truthfully said against his character. This campaign has been made against the Republican candidate rather than against the Republican party. The candidate was se justly assailed that it was impossible te think that he would net weaken the party that presented him ; it seemed incredible that a man whom his own party but a few years age had convicted of selling his official in fluence for mo...

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

sr' J.- ; - , - rA- - "L- gJ 'T aj t t-r :v -"-':.' -- il Lancaster daily ikteljigencer Wednesday November 3, isseii .! .r' THE TOTAL CITY VOTE. ! 3 CANDIDATES. CITTVOTE. 282 '218 28; 2(3 273 3tti Electors. JlErCBLICAJT 2S2, Democratic z Auditor General. femrA. Lemes Kebert I. Decbert Judge of Supreme Court. IlKMIT UP.EBJI Geerge A. Jcnks. A. IlEimSMITH .Jacob L. .Steinmctz ."... Mislrict Attorney. Thevas.I. Davis David McMullen Senater. Ajies II. Mtxij. , .funics B. Douglass Assembly. Husr.rC. Deucth Klim O. hnyder , Prison Inspectors. Caltis Caisteu , ALBERT IlAGEX , Barten N. Winters , Benjamin Miller. Peer Director. HEXBT MCSSER , Jacob G. Kblixr A.J. Snyder Jehn Krancisens County Surveyor. William It. Giuhabt 333 297 332 297 332 29; 33; 239 23J5 274 335 219291 254 ,3 '3 23Si295 27!)!338 219,291 249294 34 231 240 331 240 331 24Ci 331 240 248la-T8 219 9i 279 7'l 27&R34 2! 294 2W 33 21.1 343 231 332 YZ1 13 392 209 391 270; 391 26 '387 2G3 331 317 391 253 9"3 272 3!2 gfi 2CV I ...

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

' " -g" . LANCASTER DAILY lKTldJAGiSNCEK. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1880. iLancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 3, 1880. Toe Much Telephone. Detroit Free Press. . "I guess I liaf te give up my dcleplienc already, " said an old citizcu of Gratiot avenue, as he entered tbe office of the company with a very long face. " Why, what's the matter new '."' " Oh Icfcry tings. I get dot delepheuc in mine house se as I could sphcak mit der boys in the saloon down town, and mit my relations in Springwclls, but I liaf te gif it up. I nefer haf se much dreublcs. " "Hew?" "Vhel, my pey Shen, in der saloon, he rings der bell und calls me oepund says an old frient of mine vhants te see hew she works. Det ish all right. I say, ' Hcl Hcl Ieh !' und he says, Come closer.' I gees closer und helloes again. Den he say, ' shtand a little off.' I shtands a little off und yells vunce mere, und he says. ' sphcak louder.' I yells louder. It gees dot vhay for ten minutes und den he says, 'gote Texas, yo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 November 1880

i umfe$te$ nteuigene 4LJ s Volume XVn-Xe. 56. LANCASTER PA., THURSDAY. JSWEMBER 4, 1880 Price Twe Cents. DRY UOOVS. THE FAVORITES IN DRESS GOODS NOW. The following are selling se fast as te indicate that they are unusually desirable: Camel's hair, 44 inches, $1 te S2.e0. Billiard cloth, 44 inches, l.eO. Damasscs, 44 inches, 1.2."5. Jersey cloth, 41 inches, 1.7.". Plut,h suitinjrs, 44 inches, 1..10. Armurcs, 44 inches, 1.00. Novelties, 44 inches, 0.73. Powder cloth?, 41 inches, 0.73. Cliudda cloths, 44 inches, 0.GS. Lupin's meiiness, 20 inches, 0.50 te 0.C0. Flannel suitings, 0.20 te l,2e. Plaids, silk and wool, 0.87$. Plaids, German, 44 inches, 0.30. Plaids, German, 32 inches, 0.13. Cashmeres, colored. 28 inches, 0.23. Cashmeres, colored, 22 inches, 0.124. J.Iatelasscs, 21 inches, 0.20. lialcrmes, 22 inches, 0.14. Our dress goods include almost everything desirable, In many in stances we are very much belew the market ; never above. JOHN -WANAMAKER. Dress Goods occupy nine counters ...

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

"feUsCH LANCASTER DA1LX INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 1880. Eancastrc ttitciltgencet. THURSDAY EVENING, ' NOV. 4, 1880 Onr Vain Majority. The Democracy lias a large majority en the popular vote, as it had in 1S7G, and loses this natural advantage through the federal system te whose preservation the parly is se rauch devoted. The tem per of its political opponents has been te obliterate state lines and state soveign seveign ties and te consider the government as one nation instead of a union of inde pendent states. If their idea was carried out the popular vote of the whole coun try would determine its government, and net the distinct vote of each state. The Democratic idea works against the interest of the party which specially defends it : but it seems te be a sound principle, adopted te check the undue power of the greater states. It does net have this effect new because the greatest states are nearly equally divided politically; as they have generally been. The theory that t...

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

LANCASTER DAILY 1KTELLIGENCER THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1880 ha shrank from meeting his fellow-ceuu-ciliucn in the psiTersnaucc of a duty, as fce plainly intimated by the piesident; the simple fact of the matter was that lie had thought the meeting was called for half pxst seven, whereas the hour designated was seven, and he was cen'e'iuently a lit tle behind time. Mr. Ilav.s's motion te refer the resolu tion was adej.icd, Mr. Barnes alone voting no. Ms-. McInner. icmiuded council that about a month age the gas company had asked and obtained pcnniiien te extin guish the city gas lamps at midnight, for the period of a week or ten days, which period has long elapsed, and still the lamps are put out every night at 12 o'clock. If the gas company wanted an extension of time, it would be only right and proper te ask ler it. y.r. Jehnsen, chairman of the lamp com mittee, said the gas company had encouut enceuut eied difficulties in making improvements at their work'; moie seiieus than had been ...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE U. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4. 1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. THUBSDAY EVENING. NOV. 4, 1880. Present Garden Hints. Oernistntewn Telegraph. At this season of the year no time should be lest in tidying up. The leaves have fallen from the trees and should be raked together and carried te the compost heap or used for covering tender things. There are some perennial plants that are hardy, if covered with a lew leaves, that often get killed with such covering. This is cs pecially the case with the chrysanthemum and with ethers when there is no snow. A thick mass of leaves is, however, an injury. It encourages dampness. The thinnest sort of a layer is enough, and en this a little earth should be sprinkled te keep the leaves from Hying away. Then there are always some few unfor tunate Jlewers left out te die because we have no use for them. We de net pull them up, but let them remain as long as they will till the frost blackens them. New they may be gathered together,...

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

. vASU..VI.!ift7ii . ... (Kb Yeitinitt XYIINe. 57. LANCASTER PA., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ,5, 1880 Price Twe Outs. j7:r aueit.s. STRAWBRID6E & CLOTHIER. The Largest Retail Stock of Dry Goeils. BARGAINS IX- SILKS i JIasbcen -clihi", at .-ii.OO. BARGAINS I.N nnrcc' finnnc "' i('H n-K AX1) '""i' iHn:s (.owns at JJIAIjOO UUUJLO. "..this. These cost .-..:T. en the mauulaclui- el's Imiiii. BARGAINS -IN- BLACK GOODS. 3 BARGAINS -IN HOSIERY. ;. '. AN OPEN i'n,, ''' -;. '".. '"' '' '- -' " til til Ii iiii II : I',.-., I 'fii'Ji; ,'.'' in I...I "I"''. '- ' i''fli- . ;.."''''' '' ','''- ;...m '... Vimrh1!,,! ;.-'!.'. ,'.' "'''- f i'i Hi'. i i. ''!! tfi'M' v'", .-"v .1 ;;".)'( tin i.ni'iiii . ;,..;,;, t, a-. -u:,. ' . ; ".''"' i-'- "'" """'''-' Wivv i- iiit,nl.nlef iliii'a,:: nor!1, v III ni'.'f . 'I't-.i'H .'.- '.'." fi .;. V,r,i (,,-r !).;(,( mi til. ! a :.i wri th!-. ,' t ditiii,..j ."HI l -'in :..""'' ''-'' '"i'mu'mi '' 'I ;'--.(.iri. V'fJ ''.'. 'l"'l!l, 1, . 'il M . .Vi " 'll Itl'tl. it Vli. ...

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

LANCASTER DAILY 1MELL1GENCER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1880. Lancaster fntriltgencet. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 0, 1880 The Cause of It. Our Democratic friends in Xew Yerk, in net very amiable mood, keep en dis cussing why it was that New Yerk state did net go for Hancock and hence the defeat of his election. It is conceded that the Democrats have chosen 150 elec tors, and Xew Yerk's additional He would have been'eneugh. It is also seen that the interior of Xew Yerk did net justify Republican calculations and that the Democracy arc net short as many votes in the whole state as they are short of their expectations in New Yerk and Brooklyn. That is te say, if these two cities had given the majorities for Hau epek that the local leaders gave the na tional Democracy reason te expect, Han cock and English would have ljeen elected This is the fact. The explanation of it is mere diflicult te get at. If Mr. Kelly's supposed candidate for mayor had run ahead of his ticket, and had been elected by .a lar...

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

LANCASTEK DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1880 COLUMBIA NEWS. euis ki-gulaii cokkespendknck In tin: Intelligencer, mere than a month ae, wc published an aiticlc en the cle-iin of the new fihhway, in the dam near the middle of the river, and of the raft chute within a few feet of this sheie for the purpose of damming up the water while the river was low and thus keeping water sufficient above the dam te float canal beats and render easy operations at the Reading & Columbia coal chutes which, had this net been done'weuld have been compelled te suspend operations until a rise in the river took place, as just be fme cleinjj the chutes it was with great iiflleulty operations could be carried en. Since that time t'jc liver has risen but lit tle and it has been found necessary te keep the b.u tiers te the exit of the waters in their places. The late rains, however, have caused a lisc in the river sufficient te warrant the tearing away of these obstructions and the weik was comme...

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

LANCASTER DAILY iMLLLlliliM'lSK. FKIDAY NOVEMBER 5. 1S80. Lancaster I-ntdligcnccv. TBIDAY EVENING, NOV. 5, 1880. eni: i.vv. The mi-? h roll vi 1 back at il.ivt n el il:iy, Ami all llii: .sky gruvr ie-y jjiiij- 'J'hc-eft.bvveet-seciited meli'itiffair lunt waving the peneiletl lice-tops b.tie And ever Ileitis :tnl pastilles dun t.lcumcd the liMslil lame- el Hie 'mi. Tin: 1iii.ii wenl en the day .'ci eldei Tin- siiu-hinc paled the wind bleu t.ehh-1 ; And round the ancient, --loiiii-werii duelling Sad lone- came en 1 In bicc.es euellm;;, Aii'l mingled v ill) liie mini bl.t-l The solemn veic.-s of the. p.t-t. Voices that in the jcuin lull 40iie Kchet'tl iduiiiI Hie wide Ilialth-lOlle, Killed these le-.. t-li iinbcr- siev. -mlicu, Willi pleasant sound- e! hou-cheld i litt-i he long as tli-li meiiiei u s m.i m J.Ike the iliin v'-iou-el adic.im. The voices el youth, leicver llctl Tin- veiei") el lull"-, 1li.il"- Ien;.; brci: ilea I Voice-, el h.inp.v iI.ivh, all e'ci Ambition's voice, th'it...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 November 1880

pi AwtAvt ra 13 bi H Ja S5 rs P R "2 rS a B 5a fa k? $i S & & -iV I VV r Tt -.--.. Volume. XVJI-Xe. 58 LANCASTER PA., SATURDAY. X0TE3IBER 6, 1880 Price Twe Cents. 7: (toens. WanamaKer I Brown. SHALL WE The:.-is i:i Philadchihi.t a clothing world. The we: id is fill! of !; jiiti;; .mi; is unlike all iheiest i-ir:.t. lit it-. :c:iiiii;r : una much from another. Selling clothing oe would r.up;e.i te he dine :ii verj New Yerk ami Londen. !ut Philai: one heiifc. in Philadelphia is ahead of; Te he ahead i:i dcaliuu is ,'n way. te iiivc the buvcr mere v.r-ii fetindc cliant's safety. Tliis "iiiiaiicijih want te deal with exact justice, Wu profit ; and wt: v. ant you te have what hcleii's te you, viz., a lihera! nioney'.s nieney'.s nioney'.s v.eitJi. !iir ..t: te arrive at this lesult is te mat": a price en evi'rytliinjj v.e .seli, which ijij.- i : absolute : ttitd tetct iu huy what-you lilic. ; away and liii'ik the h..r;niii ever, uudcenu! and traiujlMc!:, if you waul te. We find by...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 November 1880

l LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. G, 1B80. After the Baltic. Xew that the agony of the political campaign is ever, will sober, thoughtful people nay ,will the excitable and enthu siastic leaders of practical politics calm ly and profitably consider the vast amount of humbug and clap-trap there is in the present popular style of cam paign and devise and resolve upon some means of terminating it ? "We need net leek bf-yond the horizon of our own com munity te illustrate the subject suffi ciently te justify the demand for reform. The banners, the flags, the Uniforms, the parades, and the wild excitement night after night what did they cost and what were tiiey worth ? The " poll committees" en election day, four feur lifths or whom were enrolled solely te keep the votes or make the votes what did they cost and what were they worth ? Hew many thousands of dollars have been spent in this ciiy. hew many hundreds of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 November 1880

LANCASTER MltY INTEIXIGENgM SA'lfcEMNOVEMBEll 6, 1SSG COLUMBIA JTE v?S. i i: i::':;r:.Ai: cokiu..si,e;'ijf.nc; At :. laectin-j of the Celiini.'.-'. "re com pany held last eve.i.:i;j it .va; decided te appoint a coniniiitce te confer with coun cil en the tjucstien of having- the engine put hi the shop for rctciiiv. The engine lias been in continuous :,crviee fur abn.tt fourteen veins and the wear and tear of it in that time malic the repairs absolutely necessary. The ce.f of Jlie.se repairs will be sen-.eV,heie :.ca: fix or seven hundred dollars, and the company der-;, iwt feci able te meet. tiii.. expenre. hence ihe appoint ment .:' lh: committee. Councils will meet en Piiday evening next and will probably de M.nV'thin in the matter. The yiiii sesi' ly of the E. E. Lutheran church in::', l.t t evening at 1hc rev.denc:! of Hiram Vi!.s:m. en the corner of Second and Lecn -I sit el-, and transacted what little Iiumk -- v.is brought sip, when it wa decided te adjourn te meet en "Wednesd...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE K. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6.1880. OFFICIAL RETURNS OF THE GENERAL ELECTION FOR LANCASTER. COUNTY NOVEMBER 1880. iUucaster ihUeliiscncev. - IC u , M , 9 C f S S 5 -,J! ? a jl 5 s' 2 K. K K, ? S rj K 3 S ? i I I': t '' 2 5 S I i a z e l K - Cc C C :c t; it H .. . - r- r! .7 i r ;: i - ' . v vi t .i c s ' ' j; It e -j s: c e i :ii al - x c S , 5 SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 6, 1880. l?r. Tlieisias's Defense. I'l-elci-tin Asalast His fcspuisl.;ii Vre:ii llie MiuMry. The Rev. Dr. Themas, who hasbecu cx pcilctl lVe'.n the Tilethedibt ministry at Chicago for heresy, r-aid ea refusing te voluntarily withdraw: "I have a3irincd before you my iimjueMieiirfi faith in Ged, in the divinity of Ch:i?t, in the immor tality of the :-e:ii. and in after-death rc waids :!ni .ii-iis'iinenl. 1 have affirmed l.iy entire belief in, and my full sympathy with, the i-nlritu.il doctrines of the church, the d'jctiinis of j.itiycr, of rtpentaifcc, of legeneniiieii. of the witness of the spirit, ...

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