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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 November 1880

I'"7 le Dwtfate Vl AA- Volume XY1J Ne. I LANCASTER PA., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1880. ;Price Twe CenKS Branldtag JMtF GOODS. lanarter Dim, at Han SHAL WE SELL THEM ? There is iu Phiphia a clothing house which has no double in all the world. The world isef clothing houses ; and it is a geed deal te say that one is unlike all the i First in its g 5 and it is surprising that one house should differ much from another, ing clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely, one would suppose, idoue in very much the same way in Philadelphia, New Yerk and Lei But Philadelphia is ahead ; and, curiously enough, euc house in Phtlatk- is ahead of all the rest. Te be ahead r-Hng is te deal en a higher plane, in a meie liberal way, te "ive the buore well founded confidence without less of the mer chants safety. TlMladelpliia clothing house says te a stranger : ' We want te deal wittct justice. We want what belongs te us, viz., a fair profit ; and we wan te have what belongs te you, viz., a liberal...

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. — 13 November 1880

Lancaster daily i:Teij4GE1scer Saturday setember 13. 188O. Hancaster intelligence!;. SATUBDAY EVENING, NOV. 13t18de. Tlie"LicaIlca. Tlie editor of the 2rew Era in his paper last evening says editorially : The Intelligences, for about the for tieth time, repeats its .stale charge that the editor of the Xeic Era "goaded" Mayer Stauffcr "into bringing a criminal suit for libel against the publishers " of that paper. Of course, repeated assertions of a lie can not make it the truth ; but the fact is, the editor of this journal never advised any body te bring a libel suit. New mark hew plain :i tale shall set him down ! On February 2, 1875, the Ixthlxi- eencek charged Mayer Stauiler with taking illegal fees, and that thereby he had drawn from the county treasury hundreds of dollars te which he had no shadow of right. On the very next day the Express, then edited by the present editor of the JVcec Eaa, said with reference te our charge against Mayer Stauffer : The article in the Ixtelliee...

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. — 13 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY UOTEMBER 13, 1880 1yPref. Frank Brad lord, of New Yerk city. The opera house was crowded. Prof. Brad feid is a fair elocutionist, of geed stage presence, a voice ever which he has thorough command, and with graceful gesture and easy maimer. His selections ranged " from grave te gay, from lively te severe," among the most effective of his performances heing his rendition of a thrilling descriptive poem entitled " Kit Carsen's Ride." He read also a selection from Bret Harte's writings in capital style, and a hnmoreus poem he read, entitled " The Fuzzed Dutchman,7' created an im mense amount of fun. Mr. Bradford's essay in Shakspearcan reading was less successful. lie is net a great elocutionist, but he is a conscientious student, and afforded a pleasant evening's enter tainment. During the evening there were several vocal Selections by a quaitet composed of 3Iiss Alice Troyer, soprano, Jliss Mary Sener, contralto. Prof. Wm. B. Hall, tenor, and Mr...

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. — 13 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY lltlXLLiGLftl;EL. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1880. Lancaster Irntclligencei. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 13,1880. THE OH) AKD TME NEW. Fer tllC IXTEI.LIU1.XCEB. A LETTEll. I've just read In the Timet of this morning, dear Sue, It is awlully shocking, absurd ! That a new style of kissing is coming ill use Has the like of it ever been heard ." 1 shall no er, no never, give up the old way, It is cruel te ask it indeed, And it made me most cry when I read it, dear Sue; "Twill make many a maiden's heart bleed. And I'll tell dearest Ed, when 1 see tiiin again, That the old way Is sweetest of all ; The way Adam kissed Eve in the garden ; the way We've been kissing en down from tlie fail. Bui the scientists tell us the ancients nc"cr kissed, IJut they're sinely mistaken, dear Sue; Fer the girls . euld have pined, like the rose bud, away, Thai lias never been bathed with the dew, U'c must never consent te a ncw-ianglcd plan. With the old maimer bursting with bliss; .We must frown dfwi-n...

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. — 15 November 1880

Ih zmxM$te Volume XYII-Ne. 65? LANCASTER PA., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1880 Price Twe Gats. DRY OOODS. Itemta & Brown, SHALL WE There is in Philadelphia a clothing house which has no double in all the world. The world is full of clothing houses ; and it is a geed deal te say that one is unlike all the rest. First, in its dealing ; and it is surprising that ene house should differ much from another. Selling clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely, one would suppose, te be done in very much the same way in Philadelphia, New Yerk and Londen. But Philadelphia is ahead ; and, curiously enough, one house in Philadelphia is ahead of all the rest. Te be ahead in dealing is te deal en a higher plane, in a mero liberal way, te give the buyer mere well founded confidence without less of, the mer chant's safety. This Philadelphia clothing heuse says te a stranger : "We want te deal with exact justice. We want what belongs te us, viz., a fair profit ; and we want you te have what belon...

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. — 15 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY NOVEMBER 15. 1880. Hancastet Inteilegencet. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 15,1880. What Judges! What judges we de have in this coun try, te be sure ! It is net only Lancaster that is afflicted. Sometimes, indeed, in seeing what they can de in ether places, we incline te approach contentment with our condition. New Yerk especially is wonderful in its dispensation of justice. Justices of the peace there condemn peo ple offhand te long terms in jail at their own sweet will and pleasure, and justices of the supreme court inquire whether sufficient ground exist for binding ever alleged offenders te answer at court. And it is net often that anybody that wants a particular motion granted can not find in New Yerk state somewhere a judge te grant it; and that his opponent cannot come after him and scare up a judge of equal authority te enjoin the proceeding. Ter along while the ways of administering justice in New Yerk have been a wonder te outside barba rians ; 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. — 15 November 1880

LANCASTERnDAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY NOTEKBER 15, 1880 COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. Regular November Term. This morning the regular "November terra of quarter sessions court began, with Judge Livingston en the bench. Frank "Musslcman. or Strasburg town ship, was chosen foreman of the grand jury. After he and the members were sworn Judge Livingston instructed them in regard te their dnties while in their rooms. He then spoke ;as fellows in re gard te their visit te the public institu tions : After having passed upon all the bjl.s presented te you by the district attorney and performed all the duties required of you in the grand .jury room, it wiJl be your duty in your official capacity te visit tins peer and house of employment, the hos pital, home for friendless children and the Lancaster county prison, of which yen aie lie legal visitors. "While visiting the peer and house of employment it will be well for you te ex amine the new barn just completed, and in view of the number of bui...

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. — 15 November 1880

:J. t LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIJfiNC'EK. MONDAY NOVEMBER 15. 1880. iLancastet fnteiligcncer. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 15, 1880. TUi; WILLI AM GOAT. ' ' Mary had a William goat, And lie was black as jet ; He followed Mary 'round all day, And liked her ! you jiut bet! He went ivlth her te school one day, The teacher kicked liim out ; It made the children grin, you knew, Te have the goat about. But though old Whackcm kicked him out, Yet still he lingered near; He vaitd Just outside the deer Till Whackcm did appear. Then William ran te meet the man He ran his level best ; And met him just behind, you knew. Down just below the vest. Old Whackcm turned a somersault; The goat &teod en his head, 'And Mary laughed hcrsclx se sick She had te go te bed. Way of Hie World. French :iciniiigH frejji the Heme and 1'or 1'er clgn Crep of Humer. The woman who dyes her hair wants te kccj it dark. Tiiis is the season when the chestnut worm finds itself iii a hole. " Hands wanted en boys' pants," is the da...

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. — 16 November 1880

&tyzmfati U 1 lAllAl V I lAVV Volume XVlI-Na. 66 LANCASTER PA., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1880 Price Twe Cents. vsr GOODS. WaiaMer & Brown, SHALL WE Theic is m Philadelphia a clothing house which has no double in all the weild. The world is full of clothing houses ; and it is a geed deal te say that one is unlike all the rest. First, in its dealing ; and it is surprising that one house should differ much from another. Selling clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely, one would suppose, te be done in very much the same way in Philadelphia, New Yeik ami Londen. But Philadelphia is ahead ; and, curiously enough, one house in Philadelphia is ahead of all the rest. Te be ahead in dealing is te deal en a higher plane, in a raoie liberal way, te give the bucr mere well founded confidence without less of the mer chant's safety. This Philadelphia clothing house says te a strauger : " We waut te deal with exact justice. Wc want what belongs te us, viz., a fair profit ; and wc wan...

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. — 16 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY lMEUa&ENGER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1880. - Lancaster l&ielkgencet. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 16, 1880. Judge Davis. The conservative newspapers of the country which at first saw no further into Judge Davis's committal of Philp than their sympathy with the idea that theMerey letter was a forgery are be ginning te question the propriety of Da vis's conduct and de net step te de nounce his attack en Mr. Hewitt as being as extra-judicial as it was indecent. As the Herald, which was quite free te denounce Mr. Hewitt, puts it, "Judge Davis expressed no opinion as te whether ' the letter was fabricated by Philp ; he binds him ever te await the action of the grand jury en the fact that he wrote an editorial calling Gen. Garfield a liar for denying the authorship." That is exactly the offense with which Philp is new charged and en which Davis held him net for forgery, nor for libel, in the original publication, but for malicious libel in se far doubting Garfield's verac ity ...

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. — 16 November 1880

PM LAKCASTEB DAILY INTELLIGENCER TTJE8DATN0VEMBER 16, 1880 ( I ' A. CROOKED COLOBED MAX. lie Steals a Suit of CletiiesaJid Is Cans lit. Steve Brown, colored, was arrested yes teitlay afternoon en a charge of stealing a suit of clothes from Geerge Burten, the coleied porter at the Grape hotel. The clothes were stolen en Friday evening. The thief get up stairs in the part of the hotel 7hcre Geerge sleeps-. Going te his loom he found the deer locked. He suc ceeded in drawing the suit out through the transom, however. When Geerge dis covered his less he at once suspected Steve Hi own, hut kept very quiet. The stolen clothes were of gray material and Geerge thought if Steve had stolen them he would wantfte have them djed. Geerge went te Myers & Rathfon's htere and procured a piece of the same material of which his. suit was made and left it at Schum's dye weiks, telling these in attendance thcie te held ;i suit of that material if it came Uicic. The fcuit was finally sent there by a ...

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. — 16 November 1880

IT LANCASTER DAILY IKTELLIGENCEK. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1880. Lancaster I-ntdltgrttcev. TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 16, 1880. THE LCCKY HORSESHOE. A fanner traveling with bis lead Picked up a horsebbee In the read. And nailed It fast te bis barn deer. That Luck might down upon bltu pour, Tbat every blessing known In life Might crown bis homestead and bl3 wife. And never any kind of harm Descend upon his growing farm. But dire Ul-lertuuc seen began Te visit the astounded man. His hens, declined te lay tbelr eggs ; His bacon tumbled lrein the pegs. And rats iloveui cd the fallen legs ; His corn, tbat never failed before. Mildewed and retted en the fleer ; His grass refused te end in bay ; His eattlc died, or went astray ; In sheit, all moved the crooked way. Kelt spring a great thought baked the f-ed. And rousted every put In pod ; The beans declared they could net giew Se long as nature acted se ; Redundant injects reared their breed Te starve ler luck of juicy feed ; The staves from bun el...

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. — 17 November 1880

7J - Iwit&ufteS '3httelligene Volume XVlI-Ne. 67. LANCASTER PA., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 18811. Price Twe Outs. cTI) Djtr oeovs. taiafcer & Brown, SHALL WE There is iu Philadelphia a clothing house which has no double iTi all the world. The world is full of clothing houses ; and it is a geed deal te say that one is unlike all the rest. Fiist, iu its dealing ; and it is surprising that one house should differ much from another. Selling clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely, one would suppose, te be done iu very much the same way in Philadelphia, New Yeik and Londen. But Philadelphia is ahead; and, curiously enough, one house in Philadelphia is ahead of all the test. Te be ahead in dealing is te deal en a higher plme, in a meie liberal way, te giX'c the buyer mere well founded confidence without less of the mer chant's safety. This Philadelphia clothing house says te a stranger : " We want te deal with exact justice. We want what belongs te us, yiz., a fair piefit ...

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. — 17 November 1880

w LANCASTER DAILY INTELUgEJSCER WEDNESDAY NOVEMBjSR 17 1880. Hancastct intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 17,1880. The Electoral College. It is true, as has been observed, that the defeat of the Democratic elector Terry in California, which might have precipitated an angry electoral contro versy and changed the presidential re sult against the wishes of the people, is an illustration of Democratic stupidity in risking such results by putting a man of his unpopularity en the electoral ticket. But it illustrates in a far higher degree the stupidity of our preseut elec toral system which, as new handled, makes the electors, intended te be an ac tive body of representative men, work ing with profound consideration, mere automata, with no power te change a de cree written ferthern. The electoral col lege scheme is a purely republican insti tutien and it was intended te make the presidential selection net by the people, nor by parties, caucuses nor conventions, but by a body of repre ...

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. — 17 November 1880

S12H1-ANNUAX SESSION. The Grand Ledxe et Odd Fellow' Meeting, la tbc session of the gi-aud ledge, in Philadelphia, yesterday, it was reported by tbc Giaud Master tbat tbe total member ship of tbe order at tbe last session was 80,118 ; initiated during tbe ycai-,.4,319 ; admitted by card, 505 ; reinstated, 792 a total of 83,738. Frem this is te be deduct ed tbe following : Members deceased, 802 ; withdrawn by card, 084 ; suspended, 7,774 ; expelled, 70 leaving tbe pres ent membership at 70,309. During tbc year tbe number of brothers relieved was 10,011 ; widowed families relieved, .04; paid for lelief of members, 204,430.70 ; for lelief of widowed families, 01,244.19 ; for the education of orphans, 0e3.78 ; for burving the dead 600,525.12. Totalameunt paid for lelief, $343,853.79. Present num. her of working ledges, 905 ; total amount of assets reported by the working ledges, $2,307,73S.48. The representative te the Sovereign Ledge icpertcd that there we at present 50 grand ledges an...

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. — 17 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOV. 17, 1880. The Way r the World. Fruit meanings from the Heme una For eign Crep of Humer. It is a peer speller who does net bare an i te business. Te step en a man's corn gees against bis grain. Aa exchange .speaks of a man being "gored by an angry bull," as if a geed-natured bull would de such a thing. It is about as bud te a girl whose mar riage is announced in the newspaper who isn't" beautiful and accomplished," as it is te find a man who has just died who wasn't "honored and respected by all who lenew him." Millers make peer party men. They are generally belters. Terente Grip. This seems te be a bran-new joke. Bosten Transcript. Shorts stories, boys, shorts stories, Yatcceb Strauss. That's a mel ancholy subject aud the puns are only middling. Recerd. Wc arc willing our contemporaries shall have a grinding mo nopoly of such puns aud will scoop them in by the barrel full with...

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. — 18 November 1880

(Mjje mfaM LANCASTER PA., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 188(1 Volume XYII-Xe. 08. Pries Twe Cents. tr goods. Wannatei & Brown, SHALL WE Thcicis iu Philadelphia a clothing house which has no double iu all the world. The world is full or clothing houses ; and it is a Reed deal te say that one is unlike all thereat. First, in its dealing ; and it is surprising that ene house should differ much from another. Selling clothing is se simple a matter, that it is likely, one would suppose, te be done in very much the same way in Philadelphia, New Yerk and Londen. Hut Philadelphia is ahead ; and, curiously enough, one. house in Philadelphia is ahead of all the rest. T he ahead in dealing is te deal en a higher plane, in a meic liberal way, te ;ive the buyer mere well founded confidcuce without less of the mer chant's safety. This Philadelphia clothing heuse says te a stranger : "We want te deal with exact justice. We want what belongs te us, viz., a fair prefil ; ami we ..uityeu te have what bel...

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. — 18 November 1880

Sf LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 1880. -,. r i Hancaster intelligencer THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 18, 1880. Set a Taklag Idea. The New Yerk Times does net seem te have advanced a taking idea when it proposed that the people should raise a fund, the interest of which should suf fice td keep the eldest ex-president in clever during the remainder of his life ; and it is net strange. It would have been very strange if such an idea bad found sufficient favor te make it successful. The first suggestion that it causes is that if this grace should be extended te the eldest ex-president, it should be given te all the ,' ex-presidents in equal propor tions. We can conceive of no reason for pensioning the president who has been longest retired from the office. The pro pre vision is proposed te be made because of the dignity of the office that has been vacated, whfeb is supposed te keep the ex-president from pursuing any ordi nary business avocation. lie is sup posed te have oc...

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. — 18 November 1880

LANCASTER D4ILY 1KTELL1GMCM. MUBSDAIf NOtEMBM 18, 1880 Pennsylvania railroad company at Newark, awl is a fjcntleman of sterling, worth and character, and the bride is known and es teemed hy a wide circle of friends and ac quaintances hereabouts, and will carry into her r.cw estate the best wishes of the many who have met her in the home cir cle and in society. Many elegant and sub stantial tributes of regard were presented. The bride and groom left this afternoon at 2:33 en their wedding trip, which will in clude a number of points Seuth. Wedding at St. Authony's. At St. Antheny's church, this morning at 8 o'clock, Mr. August Steinwandle and Miss Maggie' Morningstar, of this city, were united in the holy bends of matn matn inenv. The bride, becomingly- attired in white, was a picture of beauty. Many friends ami acquaintances were present, and the wedding ceremony included a iriand Jjiirii mas. celebrated by Rev. Father Kaul, the pastor ; Miss Strobel performed the wedding march, and...

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. — 18 November 1880

- LANCASTER DAILY INTl.LLIGEN.rivll. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18. 1880. ?iaiicaster l-ntclligencer. THORSDAY EVENING. NOV. 18, 1880. The Wheat Crep of 1880. Ii.ttrt-sllng facts An Estimate of the Prob able Demand for American Oralns iu Foreign Countries. I!i-ad-tiecL. Up te September 2." the reports te Brddtrcit' s indicated a total yield for tbe entire ulicat growing regions of tbe United States or 403,091,000 bushels. It was stated en October 9. that in all likelihood' the latter icpeits, sivinj; the full results of thie.shin;s would net reveal a total actual j ield much, if any, beyond 4.5,000, 000 biishclb. Faiily complete icturns re ceived (luting the month of October from all paitsef the country warrant the pres pres setitatien of a final summary, the accuracy of v. Inch w5 believe will be established when the marketings of the year come te be summed up. These returns show a total yield for 18S0 of 433,049,000 bushels. The icturns for the New Enla-.d :,tates remain at 1,100,000 bushe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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