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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 November 1880

lana; -: :" : I'l'ffWH .l Volume XYII-Ne. 74 LANCASTER PA., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 188U Prire Twe Celt. m A 1 xvvivjMgyygMyffaiMM. Mm fl - 1 xtBai lumuiiTiceJE. 27 ITEMS FOR CLOSE BUYERS SELECTED AS SPECIMEN LOTS FROM The Largest Stock of Dress Goods IN PHILADELPHIA. 2 LOTS AT 25 CENTS. 3 LOTS AT 37 CENTS. 3 LOTS AT 50 CENTS. 34 INCH liant 36 INCH tra 40 INCH AH LOTS AT 62J CENTS. LOTS -AT 75 CENTS. Out-of-tewu consumers' who may deMic te bee these wonderful bargains in Dress Goods and cannot spare the time te visit Philadelphia, should send for samples through our Mail Order Department. STRAWBRIDGE Market St. te Filbert, PHILADELPHIA. SPECIAL INVITATION. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY In vile ladle te examine large purchases of Clearing Leis at less than Auction Prices. COLOEED DKESS SILKS, Beautiful Shades, really worth $1, only 05c. BLACK DRESS SILKS. Popular brand, 87c. $1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75. POWDER CLOTH SUITINGS. G inches wide, nil wool; importer's priee 80c; earn C2Uc. BLACK CASH ft ...

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 November 1880

Lancaster daily ikteLlIgencer Friday November 26 1880. Lancaster nteilcgencec. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 36, 1880. A Pla fer the FfciUaelpkla Democracy. The Philadelphia Democracy have abolished the rules for the government of the party, which were adopted but a little while age, and are new in search of a new set which will give premise of greater efficiency. Perhaps they will be glad te receive suggestions in the matter from any source and of any kind ; for they no doubt realize the difficulty of the work and, in view of the vain struggle which they always are engaged in te secure the representation of the voice of all their voters, they have geed reason te despair of ever being able te accomplish the desired end. The difficulty is one felt in every large city and springs from the fact that every Democratic method of representation that hasbeeu tried is defeated by the en ergy of disreputable men, who lind their account in seeking te control the prima ries and who are able and ready te...

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 November 1880

(K M i'A V LANCASTER DAILY lKTELLlGEN(,tER FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26,18S0. COLUMBIA NEWS. HJR UKGCLAK CORRESPONDENCE" Ncitlier Ce. H. nor the Rifles paraded yesterday. Toe stormy. The Marietta band visited town yester day aud made geed music. Our Citizens' band had a street parade. The afternoon maikct en Wednesday was such a success as te accelerate the boom for a change of market hours. The river ice is from thiee te four inches thick a, feuith of the way across the stream. St. Paul' P. E. church had special ser vice yesterday. The ether English Protes tant churches had union services at the M. E. chinch, Rev. Geihard pleaching the sermon. Engine Ne. 233 left heie en Tuesday night with a train of high class freight Before icachiug Philadelphia it passed twenty-one trains of slew freight. Re turning, it passed, about half wayHx?twecn the termini, traius east bound which had left Columbia a couple of hours before it. William Fess, jr., of Silver Spring, Ls wanted befuic 'Squire Becker, te ...

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. — 26 November 1880

LANCASTER DAljilf IJSTELU&MxqIk. TRIDAY' NOVEMBER 26, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. IFBIDAY BVEN'O, NOV. 26, 1880. Profitable Farming. Germantown Telegraph. Among tbe influences contributing largely te render fanning profitable in the Middle and Western states, besides that of cheap transit by railroad, perhaps the most important are the rapid multiplication of gristmills, grain elevators, butter facto ries, cheese factories, canning factories, cider mills, and similar industrial works. Of these the graie elevator may be said te have originated in the West. And though these establishments, are most often spoken of as centralizing in the great cities, they really exist at every important village or town along the lines of the railways in the grain-growing 3tatcs. At these elevators the farmers from the whole surrounding country obtain geed cash prices for their grain, and this is the influence that renders the ascendency of the grain interest in the West permanent. The operation...

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. — 27 November 1880

Volume XVJI-$e. 75 LANCASTER PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 188(1 Price Twe Ceils. DRY THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. q'HE.IIOLiDAY.S. J. There is nowhere in Philadelphia e vaiieda collection et rich goods as here such as fath ers, mothers, brothers, bisters levers, leek for a little later. Therj is an end even of Gills. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. These goods arc an: new at the hcightel theirglery. Thcchoicc.-tef them aie hen; ; elhcis will come of course ; but the choicest are going. What is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about a-, many as can be comlertably served, and the throng will be denser every lair day till Chri- lums. JOHN WAXAMAKElt. rOlLET FURNISHING. X Sachet-, lilie-,Iainp-shadc-s, pin-eushiens bexc. in --atiii and phtsh, embroidered anil painted. JOIIX WAXAMAKElt. First ciicle. .-tilth west from the...

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. — 27 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY 1JSXELL1GEJSCER SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 i880. JUncastcr utriUgencet SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, I860. Paralyzed Judges. The New Yerk Sun insists that the paralyzed judges of the United States supreme court should resign their offices at once. Justice Hunt has been thus disabled for mere than "a year but clings te his place because he has net yet been en the bench for the ten years necessary before he can retire en a pension. Jus lice Clifferd, lately afflicted, has net yet made up his rnind that he is beyond re re cevery. The Sun's preposition seet .s rea sonable, but we cannot say that it j any thing Averth while worrying about, that these paralyzed judges remain te draw their salaries which they cannot earn. There are these among their fellow judges who arc still mere seriously inca pacitated for their duty, their trouble being a moral paralysis which is infin itely mere disadvantageous te the pub lic than that of the body. They can de a positive injury compared te whi...

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. — 27 November 1880

- "' LANCASTER DAILY 1KTELL1GETWER SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27,1880. w II I'. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK ICKGUL.AU CORRESPONDENCE (It is the almost general opinion about heie that winter Las set in in earnest and that the canal tcasen, by reason of both rivet ami canal being ice-bound, is effect ually closed, the exceptions te this opinion being persons who hope against hope fera thaw and a consequent leguniptien of ac tivity in cauul circles for a few weeks te CMne or time enough te get the ice-bound beats where they are wauled. Just new tlms-e beats, leaded and unleaded, aie iirinlv held in different pl.tces in the canal between its termini and there they are likely te icmain until the spring weather of 1881 releases them from the predica ment in which they liud themselves. It is net an unusual occurrence for beats te be caught midway between stations, buL the liumbei tlii.-. year is much larger than usual, as the earliuess of the winter v.vather oveileok and surprised many captain who were prob...

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. — 27 November 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTlLUGENCEU. SATURDAY NOVEMBER Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 27, 1S60. Grays Elegy T. s. Ferry In December Atlantic. Extreme elegance and careful composition ure mere conspicuous in the Elegy than iu most ether English poems of equal length. The art is net forced upon the reader's attention, hut it has doubtless . preserved a poem in which it is commonly taidtbnt there is no ether quality of exceptional greatness. Yet there is a sort of ungraciousness in that remark, inas much as it resembles the -well-known criticism of the man who, when he first saw " Hamlet" acted, com mented en the large numbers of familiar quotations that it contained ; for the Ele gy is se well known that it seems thereby somewhat trite and valueless. It seems se, that is te say, until we read it ever again, when we cannot fail te enjoy its beauty. It was at once successful, and the imitations that it called forth were numberless. As a general tiling, how ever, they bear as f...

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. — 29 November 1880

M i (Elje Ifetfa; Volume XYIJ-Ke. 76. LANCASTER PA., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1880 Price Tw Ceats. i ItXT THB HOLIDAYS AT . JOHN WAN AMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. q'HE HOLIDAYS. . There is nowhere in 1'hiladcl nhia se vai lcil a collection et ricn koeus a neic .wen as min er", mother.-!, brother.-", sisters levers, leek for u little Inter. There is an eiulevenef (Jillh. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would r-uppese, vvttii for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. Tlicse goeIs arc are new at the heightel their glory. Theclioicestefthcni are here; ethers will come of ceur&c ; hut the choicest aic going. What is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many as can lie comfortably served, and the throng will be denser every fuirduvtltl Chihlinus. JOHN WA.NAJlAhl.li. 1XJ1LET FUHNISIIING. . Sachets, I ldic, lamp-shade., pln-cu.shiens, boxes, in -:iiin ami pludi, emljieidercd and painted. JOHN WANAMAKEK. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1880

LANCASTER DA1LJ lKTELtlGENCER MONDAY NOVEMBER 29 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 39, 1880. Senater Gnat. The people vlie are se anxious te find a soft place for ex-President Grant think they hare found just the thing in the Pennsylvania senatership. It is very be coming that an ex-president should be a senator ; and some think that they ought te be se disposed of as seen as they go out of the executive office. There are just new half a dozen vacant senator ships at the disposal of the Republicans, and one among them certainly 'should be assigned te Grant. lie is hovering ever the country in an eagle-like sort of way, looking for a nice fat prize in the waters below, and hankering sorely after an elevated eyrie where he can be lazy and comfortable and conspicuous. He has no local habitation in any par ticular place, though it was lately an nounced that he had bought the New Yerk home of the father of his son-in-law, and proposed abiding there. At that time there w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1880

- r. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY NOVEMBER 29,1880. COLUMBIA NEWS. UUlt UKGl'LAU CORRESPONDENCE TIic festival iu company H armory for tlirt benefit, or tbe . E. Lutherau church, was closed en Saturday evening after a run of three nights, but was net as successful as anticipated, tbc very inclement weather prevailing doing much te cut down tbe at tendance. The armory was very hand somely but net extensively decorated and everything in connection with the festival was temptingly arranged. The church people will clear, by their venture, no lats than sevcuay-live dollars where double that sum was anticipated and would prob ably have been forthcoming with geed weather. Eleven beats iu the Susquehanna canal leaded with coal and consigned te parties in Baltimore, Havre de Grace, Delaware city ami ether places, which have been ice bound heie for about a week will be taken, into the basin just this side of the locks,' aud will be delivered te 1!. F. Bruuer, who will unload them immed...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1880

LANCASSTEll DAILY liifLLLiOENCLU. MONDAY NOTEMBEll 29 1880 rmcastet Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 29, 1880. Way er the WerM. r Fresh Gleanings from the Heme and For eign Crep or Humer. One of the first requisitions received from a newly-appointed railway station agent was ; " Send me a gallon of red oil for the danger lau terns." - Temmy (whose mamma bad been read ing te him about Eve and the serpent) : " She wasn't like you, mamma, for you're afraid of a mouse." " I believe in bananas in the abstract, but net in the concrete," said an old gen tleman, as he painfully arose from the as. phalt walk. "If I punish you," said a mamma te her little girl, ''you don't suppose I de se for my pleasure, de you ?" Then whose pleasure is it for, mamma '.'" "Yeu are an idiot !" angrily exclaimed a domineering wiCag "Se my friends said when I married yen?' replied the husband. And she became mere infuriated than ever. " Yeu ought te travel for your health." "But I have neither the money nor ...

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. — 30 November 1880

lmtfafe (Era , if i, i' . i VM.'J i' Volume XYII-Ne. 77. LANCASTER PA., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 80, 188(1. Price Tw Carts. .JOItX tfAJfAXAKEB'S STORE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, - AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. THE HOLIDAYS. There la newhe rein Philadelphia se varlcil a collection et rich Reeds as here such ns lath ers, mothers, brothers, slaters, levers, leek for allttie later. There la an end even of Gills. Our collection Is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. These goods are are new at the fceightoftbeixglery. The choicest of them are here; ethers will come of course ; hut the choicest are going. What is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many us can be com tort ably served, and the throng will Ikj denser every fair day Mil Christmas. ....,, JOHN" WAXAMAKKR. f TOILET FURNISMNU. X Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pin-cushions, boxes, in satin and plush, embroidered ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 November 1880

-' - - -j" - LANCASTER DAILY INTfifcLlGEISCER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. TUE3DAY EVENING, NOT. SO, 1M0. Paster and Feeple. We have read with great interest and admiration the sermon delivered by the Rev. Dr. Knight at the close of the third year of his pastorate ever the St. James Episcopal parish. Its literary merit is very great and its thought is strong. In part it was devoted te an explanation of the changes he had made in the mode of worship and the causes of them. And for every change he was able te give an explanation that had force in it ; whether sufficient or no, net being of that household of faith, we arc net called upon te judge. Evidently, however, the forms of worship had net been captiously adopted, nor without reason that seemed sufficiently strong te the rector of the church. Evidently he is a man of strong convictions and strong mind. And what he thinks ought te be done, he doss, if it is in his power. He regards himself a3 the shepherd of ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 November 1880

Zf--- LANCASCEllDAlLY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30,1880. K RELIGIOUS DISCUSSION. Jew, Infidels, Lutheran and Otlier Ferms el Keller. The Intelligencer having printed what Dr. Grcenwald says about the Jews, as well as what Gov. Heyt's friends say about Dr. Grcenwald ; what Mrs. Hop Hep kins thinks of Angle-Catholicism, and likewise what Rev. Dr. Knight says abent his church, its readers and ether people understand that it considers it the func tion of a newspaper te provide "entertain ment and instruction" for its readers and that " one of our chief aims is te give ex pression te the current thought of the community." In accordance with this idea we lay Iwfere our readers the fel low ing communications evoked by that pait of Dr. Grccnawa'ld's sermon which was published in the Intelligencer : What an Israelite Thinks. The uncalled for harangue about pagans Jews and infidels in Dr. Grccnwald's Thanksgiving sermon, combined with the severe reproof of our worthy governor for emittin...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 November 1880

ajTf' LANCASTER DAILY 1OTJ JJJGBNrKH. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1880. I': i -Uncaster Iiitelltgencer. TUESDAY EVENING. MOV. 30, 1880. Tlie Hebrew Acrostic Philadelphia Recerd. The acrostic poem is far from being a modern conceit. Hebrew poetry abounds in tbe acrostic or alphabetical arrange ment te such an extent that se eminent a biblical critic as Bishop Lowth considered this feiin as one of the leading character istics of the Hebrew muse. This, how ever, is an exaggeration. The acrostic or alphabetical poem as found in the Hebrew Scriptures consists of twenty-two lines, hystems of lines, periods or stanzas, cor responding with the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet, and every line or system of lines begins with each letter in its order as it stands in the alphabet. Thus the first line or stanza begins with aleph, the second with leth, and se en. This, as Bishop Lowth ob serves, was indubitably intended for the assistance of the memory, and was chiefly employed in such subjects of...

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

ri -,v-- " i- -, Lt'LUJri ffl)i Ifenfafi V I lAvX LANCASTER PA., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1880. Telime XVII-Ke. 78 Price Twe Cents. .TOIIS fTAXAMAKEJt'S STOJtE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. 1MIE HOLIDAYS. . There Is nowhere in Philadelphia m vailed :i collection et rich goods as here such as lath ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levciv, leek for a little later. There Is an end even of (Jills. Our collection Is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even rcr u le-s frugal eitj- tli.in Philadelphia. These goedn aie are new at the hclgntoftheirglery. The choicest or them are here; ethers will come of course; but the choicest are going. What Is equally te the pnrpe-e, buyers aic new about as many as can be cointeitnbly served, and the throng will he denser every fair ilay till Christmas. JOHN WANAMAKi:!. rlLET FUKNISHIXG. Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pin-cushions, boxes. In satin aud plush, embroid...

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

, -, " r .,yi!;' LANCASTER DAILY 1NTHSL1GENGER WEDNESDAY DECEMBER I 1880. Lancaster intelligence:. WEDNESDAY EVEKINO, DEC. 1, 1880. OHr TreHble with the ChM-chee. Seemingly it would be very agreeable sometimes for tbe preachers, if their churches could be located where there are no newspapers ; though en ether oc casions it is quite otherwise. It is per haps liecause of the irrepressible con flict between things spiritual and tempo ral, that the newspapers and preachers cannot always pull evenly together in that which should l)e the mission of both and of all men te make the world bet ter for their labor. Acknowledging the deepest desire te fellow the truest path of journalistic endeavor, and feeling sure that this path should run parallel with that pursued by our rever end cotemperaries, it does nevertheless most frequently happen that it don't. Whereupon, covering ourselves with ashes and burying ourselves in medita tion, we conclude that it is all the fault of our unregenerate sp...

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

-, LANCASTfiJl DAILY IKTEILlGEKCEll. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1, 1880. ;'-' ft v 3 COLUMBIA NEWS. OCB REGULAR COKHESPOjrDENCE. Fatal Accldenten the Railroad A Shee Factory BoreBfh Budget. Charles Germyer, a resident of Walnut street, Harrisburg and a Pennsylvania railroad freight brakeman, received in juries at Sheck's mills this morning from which he died. Frem the meagre reports at band it appears that Germyer, en ar rival of his train at Shech's mills, started te walk ever the cars te- the caboose, en the rear end of the train, and that in at tempting te step from one car te another be feu between tue iwe w wic u;. , the balance of the train passing ever him and severing both legs and the left arm. It is said while walking he became dizzy and misjudged the distance, hence the ac- and misjudged the distance, uence wwac cident. The accident eccured at about five o'clock this morning. As tue ca boese passed ever Germyer's body the conductor of the train heard his cries. The train was step...

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

: v LANCASTER DAILY INT1 LLIGENCKK. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1 1880.' ' ' . i -r".r. ti-, .: .; i i . r ; - j. roaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY STONING, DBG. 1, WW. KATIE'4 ASWEK, OcU, Katie's a rogue, it is trot. But tier eyes, like the aky, are se bine, An' her dimples be smite, An' her ankles se nate. She dazed, and she bothered me, tee. Till one mernln' we wint ler a ride, Whin demure as a bride, by my side. The darllnt, she sat Wid the wickedest hat 'Neath apurty girl's chin iver tied. An' my heart, arrah thin hew It bat ! Fer my Kate looked se tsmptin' an' awate, Wid cheeks like the roses. An1 all the red posies That grew in her garden se nate. Hut I sat lust as mute as the dead, Till she said, wid a toss of her head, " If I'd known that te-day Yel have nothing te. say, IM hive gene wid my cousin, instead." Thin I felt myself grew very bewld. Fer I knew she'd net scold If I tewld Uv the love In tny heart That would nivcr depart. Though I lived te lie wrinkled and old. An' I said : "...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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