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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 December 1880

r 'iC',.:;i.. zmfate$. . Volume XVII-Ne. 04 LANCASTER, PA,, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1SS0 Price Twe Gents.' JV.BIF AVrUKTlSKMENTS. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CIIESTxNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. 11IIE HOLIDAYS. . There is nowhere in Philadelphia se varied :i collection el rich jjoeils as lierc bitch us Iiith !rs, luetherri, btether-), .sisters. leveiv, leek for a little later. Tlicreisun fiideveii of Gills. Oar collccllen Is large cneiixli unl rlrli enough, one would Huppe-e. even Icr :i less frugal city than I'lillailclphla. These poeds nit; are new at the lieighlei thclrglery. The choicest el tlii:m are lien:; ethers will come el course ; hut the rholccet ans going. What Is equally te the purpose, huycr.s aie new alieut us many us can be conilertuhly M'rvi-d, and the throng will he denser every talr day till Christt.ias. JOHN' WAXAMAKER. rpeiLKT FURXISHING. L Sachets, tiilii-s.lauip-sluKlcs, pin-cushions, 1mxs, In satin and plush, embro...

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. — 20 December 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, DECEMBER 20,1880. V&N lancajrtcr Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 20, 1880. Twe Subjects of Taxation. We cannot agree with the Chickies iron company, whose memorial we print elsewhere, that the tax upon the divi dends or capital of manufacturing cor porations is unjust or unwise. On the contrary we think it both just and wise. It is just, because it is a charge for the corporate privilege; and it is wise, be cause it is a tax which is readily col lected and which cannot be escaped by any member of the class upon which it is laid the class of corporations. "We can hardly imagine why the Chickies iron company or any manufacturing company should object te pay the state for the privilege of incorporation which they ask from it. Te be sure their labor is beneficial te the state ; but se it would be if they conducted ic as partners. c It is true, no doubt, that it is te the interest of the state te encourage capi tal te embark in manufacturing ...

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. — 20 December 1880

LANCASTEK.i)AjtL INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1880. ' uij. .miam. v . - ''. sa COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE Information Las been received here which may concern the stockholders of lean and buildim; associations throughout Pennsylvania. The information is in a letter received by W. B. Given, esq., and direct from the auditor-general, and is te "the effect that the auditor-general will net enforce by suit the collection of taxes im posed en building and lean associations by late act of Assembly until the appeals new pending in regard te its constitution ality are decided. The letter was received this morning, and as we have seen nothing in the newspapers treating en the question, we consider it worthy of publication. The Shawnee rolling mill company are out of iron ere, and unless they arc sup plied very seen it will be feuud necessary te temporarily suspend operations. It is thought, however, that ere. will reach here te-day or to-nierrow. Sheriff Strinc and wife...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 December 1880

s LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1880. -v ncastrr intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 20, 1880. Tobacco. TIic Xcw Yerk Market. The U. S. Tobacco Journal of the past wceksavs: i'Thc excitement caused by the several treat failures brought alieut a comparative standstill in business, liau it net bacn for an uptown cigar raanufactur ing firm that .saw lit te invest in several lets of various crop:;, aggregating eight hundred cases, hardly any transactions would have taken place. Notwithstanding the bad effects of the failures en the mar ket, the j-rcatest confidence in the future prespciity of the trade is displayed and juices of all kinds of old tobacco remain linn. The total sales of the week reach about l,."i00 cases, of which about 000 were '70 Pennsylvania. Ilalance consisted of '70 Connecticut, Ohie and New Yerk state at last week's liguics. There is in creasing inquiry for '79 Connecticut, and holders expect large sales of it after tiic holidays. Havana market ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 December 1880

i-VtA t 1-.S (1 il.ilK 3b K I lM ,v LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1880 Volume XYII Ne. 95 Price Twe Cents. HBSI I ' I v i i "A 1 ""1Ti'r,l?TP'-.-ks'..7V'j . 'ItMKJu - "V SEW AliVEJtTJSEXESTS. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. rilllE HOLIDAYS. There is nowhere in Phlladelnhlase varied a collection of rich goods as here such as min ers, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little later. There Is un end even of Gilt". Our collection Is large enough ami rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal eitj' than Philadelphia. These gf)Oils am are new at the height of theirglerv. Thcchoiccstef them are lierc; ethers will conic of course ; but the choicest are going. What in equally te the purpose, buyers are new ubeut as many as can be comfortably nerved, and the throng will lie denser every fair day till Christmas. JOHN WAXAMAKKK. flVULET FURNISHING. JL Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pin-c...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 December 1880

. LANUASTEK DAILY LNTELLIGEjNCER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1880. Lancaster rtiteiligencec. TUESDAY EVENING, DEC. 21, 1880. "Little" Reformers Tlie council of one hundred Little Re . publicans of .Philadelphia had a famous meeting yesterday which is very amus ing i ndeed te read about. The net result of the observation taken by the public en their action is that they were very ap propriately formed by Little and are very little reformers with very little sense. They nominated two geed reform Republicans for two of Hie offices, and finished up their work by putting en William S. Stokley for mayor. Stokley, who has been the city's mayor during all these days whose evils reform is new se earnestly invoked te redress ! Hew en earth could a reform committee be pemiadeJ te nominate such a cold-blooded enemy of reform V Jt seems te have been owing te the fact that the majority were Republicans first and reformers .second, and the Republican ring appears te have persuaded these semi-reformers th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 December 1880

"m3 LANCASTER DAILY iSTEMIGENCER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1880. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUU KCVULAlt COKIlESPONDKNCK Miss Alice Welsh, returned yesterday Mary laud from a visit down towards the line. The Pennsylvania railroad company have cut down their freight trains te meet the demands of the weather. Ne mere does an engine eastward have thirty-six cars. Despite the nearness te Christmas, mar ket, this morning was duil and heavy. The shovel brigade is out-in force. The church people are busy with their decorations. Misses Nannie Beckius and Mary Wil Wil eon, of the Mountain seminary, Hunting don, Pa., arc home for the holidays. The ministers of the Protestant churches of Columbia, at their regular weekly meeting,' held yesterday morning in the parsonage of the Reformed church, decided upon a pregramme of exercises for the week of prayer te be held in the early part of January the first week of the month, we are informed. Company H drillcS last evening with only sixteen mcu inline. Corporal L...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 December 1880

J- TTtr ni LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1880. Lancaster I-ntellfflencer. TUESDAY EVENING, DEC. 21, 1880. Jehn Sherman's Pet Bank. Tlie Structure Called "Fert Sherman" by the Brokers. 2 1-2 Per Cent. Meant Kuln. Xcw Yerk Sun. On the northeast corner of Broadway and Wall htrcet, hidden from sight by a rough screen of lumber, new nearly a hundred feet high,a large force of workmen are add ing the upper stories te a building that premises te be a notable landmark of the city. The basement and ground story arc net enclosed, and present an appearance of solidity rarely seen iu the architecture of the present. 1 his exposed part of .tlie building consists of massive brown stone piers staii dinir out beyond the Hue of the ether buildings in both thoroughfares. The stones are for the most part uncut and their rough sides attract the cye "and in crease the impression of solidity. The building is the joint investment of the First national bank and the National Bank of t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 December 1880

(H)je fartfatei SKLtH lilrlllll vllAVV Volume XYIIKe. t)G. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1SS0. Price Twe Celts. pr?? ' y jv; if yi w i';i: THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, T1IIKTEENT1I ANO flAKKKTSTItEtTTH, AXI) CITY ILVLIi SqUAKE, PHILADELPHIA. riM!E HOLIDAYS. JL There is new here in Philadclphi.iMi v.iucilu collection et lich geed- as hcic such as Mill- ... ei ..r.4l.... 1 . . . . I !.. i 1 . . ... . I ........ . I....I . . . rt. iiiiii.-j -, Mi'riiiui -, wiua IUVI-, UMIJW I'll a little later. There is an end even of itts. Ourtellec lien Is large enough iukI rich enough, one ireuld suppe-ic, ox'en fi.r a Ii"-s liug.il city ili.ni Philadelphia. The-c goods an- up- new at the hoighlel thcirglm v. Thcchoicc-tel tin-in mr h-le; ethers v. ill iiicel ceui.c; lull the chelcc-l uic gi.mg. What isciiu.il y te tin- p'Upnse, bu.vei- me ueu about :ii many as cm he couiteital'ly solved, anil the Hueng will lie dcn-ei cci lulr tiv till ( In i-tm.t. UmS WANAMAKEIL 'IVMLET ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 December 1880

" .... tr-.-jMrry Yl !,A X ASTEtt hAlLS 1iNTLL1GNCH WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22,1880. iith. muimYftran Hancastct tntrilegencec. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEC. 22, 1880. Basiacss Men as Politicians That Philadelphia committee of One Hundred Republicans found itself at a less te answer the persistent query of one of its members as te whether or no it was a partisan body. Seme said yes and some no, but the final conclusion was that it must be partisan since it was wholly Re publican. The members had net up te this time appreciated their position ; and when they afterwards went en te nomi nate a ticket, they showed themselves utterly unconscious of the logical consequence of their confession of part isanship. As Republican partisans, when they had once determined this te be their character, they should next have resolved te control the candidates of the Republican party ; and .thy only way te de this manifestly was and is through the Republican organization. That exists for the purKsu oi'iieininaUng...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 December 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1880. A Car Lead Werth a Millien. Yesterday a veiy pieeieus cargo passed through this city evei the Pennsylvania railroad en iLs way te Xcw Yerk and thence te the old weild. It wa a car lead efhilk worms and Mlk weim eggs. Thes-c small but valuable workers of cost ly fabrics or rather of the material that feuiis them, aie packed away with gn.'t eaie in .soft materials in trays. Gicat cau lias te be taken te pi event the v. onus from behi", affected by heat or cold and s-e .skillfully arc they jiut u for shipment that in oidi eidi nary caes net mere than one in a bundled dies in tiansit. This let of worms came (i em China via the Pacific mail .steamship line, and after being iep icked in h m Fmr.ci-ce they .veie shi.;d by .social triin East. Frem Xcw Y! k they will go te Havie and te Paii i when-the cojihe ic-'dc. The value of the caige is 61,200,001). Neiccl l SJiltj. Maitin Murray and It. A. Fiey, 'siiiicj- visors of Maner town...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 December 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1880. -Oleaster intrfligtnrrr, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEC. 22, 1880. BAER'S AIiMANAO. AUW.ll. IX&THUTION'. Iti Oilgln Hint Spread Consulted by u Millien Courts :tnl Clec-Ks hct by it. There arc very few persons native te or resident in Lincastcr county for any con siderable length of time, who are net ac quainted with Bacr'.s almanac. Only the recollections of the "eldest inhabitants" antedate it, and the memory of this and the preceding generation .se.ucely inns te the time when it was net a "household work." in the widest sense of the lei in. A publication that has existed for lil'ty-six years, steadily inci easing the number of its patrons, and widening the ciicle of its readers every j ear, maintaining nearly all of its general features and unable tech tngc any of them w itheut imp.i'u ing in some de gree the long established cenlidencc of its leaders and students, must have a his tery worth narrating and many features of its...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 December 1880

-'-"wftj r-"'" aaftex! -2-- LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1880 Volume XVH-Ne. 97 Price Twe Cents. m V SEW AUVERTJSEWESTH. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MA1ZKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. THE HOLIDAYS. Thcresnowhcrc.iiiFhilailclphiiicevarlcla collection el rich goeils as here such as fath ers, mothers, hrethcrs, sisters levers, leek for a little later. There U un end even efGilts. Our collection Is large enough unl ricli otieiixli, one weulil suppose, even Ter a less frugal city than Philadelphia. Thc.-c j;eq:ls arc are nnwntthe lielRhtel tlicirfjlery. The choicest or them arc liens; ethers will cenn; of course ; but the choicest are gehif;. What Is equally te the purpose, buyer an: new about its many as can be comfortably served, ami the throng will be denser every fair day till Christinas. JOHN WANAMAKER. THUI.KT FURNISHING. Sachets, tiilics.lamp-shailcs. pin-cushions, boxes, in satin and plush, ciiihreiilcicil and painted. JO...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 December 1880

n-.ryapw" .LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1880. !: I Eanrastec irntelUgencet. THURSDAY EVENINa, DEO. 23, 1880. Rather the Fist than the Teagne. Congressmen and "Washington corres pondents' seem te be in a state of great excitement ever the late personal en counter between two members en the fleer of the Heuse, whihflkutside pub lic are regardiug the afrrRvith a geed deal of composure. Whatwill the ceun try say V has been the question from Washington, and the inquirers have an swered it for themselves by. declaring that the country would go wild tnth indignation ever se great a breach of congressional propriety. The coun try, as v.e have said, does net seem inclined te de any such thing. Seme newspapers have troubled them selves te declare the affair disgraceful, as it certainly was, and te call for the expulsion of the participants; which is a very silly call, and only made for the sake of saying semelhingadequate te the occasion. Other journals reflect the pop...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 December 1880

LANC1STEK Wl& iKTEtLlGENCER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1680. COLUMBIA NEWS. eijk i:kuulu cokukspendknck Sat ui day next being pay day at the Sus quehanna rolling mill, and tbc day being Christmas and a holiday, the employees will receive their pay for two weeks work en Friday morning and the mill will be closed en Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Filbert will cele brate their silver wedding en Monday, December 27, and a reception will be given te the friends of the family. The Frederick accommodation train came in yesterday afternoon forty min utes late. Alfred C. Brunei- lias returned from his visit te Philadelphia. The Fifth Street Presbyterian Sunday school will held its Christmas services this evening in the Saleme chapel Sunday school room. Rebert dark died of pleurisy this morn ing, aged about 70 years. The members of St. Paul's cengrega tien were busy last evening tying greens te decorate the Episcopal church. At the stores this morning business was right lively after market ho...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 December 1880

iflT fti'l'rtVil??,J-T1f1iT" 11 T LANCASTER DAILY INI ELLIGENCEK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1880. V ncaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 23, 1880. IN TUG CITY A CUKISTMAS JINGLE. , " Wel I, Master Jack and tiny Bess, You've come in town te-day, I guess, Te sec the sights and leek about; And, as I'm dressed, I'll lake you out. Conic, hurry up. no time te stand ; I'm ready new, each give a hand ; The day is short, se much te sec, I fear we won't get hack for tea. We'll walk en Chestnut street awhile And see the shops, and time beguile ; Anil it you have some pennies bright We'll buy a picture book and kite." "Ne, auntie, that won't de ler me ; I'te get some money here, you see, Pinned In my pocket all se tight, i!ut I won't spend It Ter a kite: I want some nicer things than that And Ressic wants a pussy cat. I giics we'll llnd some shop around Where plenty pretty things arc found.". " Well, s'pese we try in this big store (I think you've net been here before) : Ju-t open up your...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 December 1880

t Imtf atd! Volume XYII-Ne. 98 LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1880 Price Tire Cents. m V V NEW AlfVEBTISEXENTS. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STKEETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. THE HOLIDAYS. There is nowhere in Philadelphia se vailed a collection et rich goods as here sucli as lath lath en, methem, brothers, sisters, levers, leek for a little later. There is an end even of Gilt". Our collection Is large enough ami rich enough, one would Huppesc, even for a lcs frugal city than Philadelphia. These goods are are new at the height et theirglerv. Thechoiecstefthem are here; ethers will come e! course; hut the choicest ure going. What l.i equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many as can be comlertably served, anil the throng will be denser every fair day till Christmax. JOHN WANAMAKER. rpeiLET FURNISHING. X. Sachets, tidies, lamp-shades, pin-cashieti.s, boxes, in satin and plush, embroidered and painted. JOHN WANAMAKER. First...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 December 1880

ir '.. E- rt?; i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER ERIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 24, 1880. Christinas Tide. We sire glad te feel that a mere than usual number of our readers will enjoy te-morrow the merry Christmas which we heartily wish them all. The cry of distress no longer loudly arises in the land, whose people are generally blessed with employment. There must always, it is true, be many who are in distress and want. It is net written that all men shall be able te take care of themselves ; but in times such as the present, when the workshop is full and business is brisk, there are always these who are ready te help the needy out of their abundance and who delight, in. this Christmas season, te exercise the benevo lence which they are se grateful that they are given the means te practice. And se we hear en every hand of gifts te the peer as well :is te friends ; and the fat turkey gees into many a home as a token of geed will and the coal c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 December 1880

LANCASTER Mtt INTELLIGENCE, FRtDAl dEEM)3&R 24, 1880. V V Bepert of County Institute. The proceedings of the late sessions of the County Institute have just lwcn issued in pamphlet form. This is t!ic thirtccntli of these animal reports and comprises, with the report proper, its valuable juges of educational statistics, a s-ci ics of inter esting pages in astronomical subiccts, and some adrcrtisins matter, ev one htui- dred pages of the size of tlie ntylctmn SehoelJournal. Sevcnteeii hi red copies were issued, some sixteen dtnlre-1 of which were mailed out yesterday te teachers, directerr. and hupcrinlcndents. The bill for postage alone, we learn, was nearly fifty dollars. Twe copies were sent te each teacher enrolled, one te each of the three hundred and tifty or mere school directors in the county, and one te paeh city, county andhoieugh superintendent in the state. A IIALLAD OF TKKES MASTEK. AM THE BV KIDNEY LAMIIIl. Inte the weeds my Master went, CI cun ferspent, ferspent. In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 December 1880

Mfflfl ,H?Krp pmfM , y LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, FRimY, DECEMBER 24, 1880. A '.vducastrr Intelligencer. FRIDA.Y EVENING. DEC. 24, 1880. Little Carl's Christmas Ere. " Come in !" shouted together the host and he.stcss of a little German wayside inn near the banks of the Rhine, and net far below the city of Basle, and the borders of Switzerland. It was Christ mas Eve, and a tempestuous night. The wind was raving round the little inn, and . teaiing away at the windows and doers, as though mad te get at the brave little light within, and extinguish it without mercy. The snow was falling fast, drifting and driving, obstructing the highway, blinding the eyes of man and beast. The ,:ceme in" of the host and hostess was in answer te a loud, hurried rap at the deer, by winch there immediately entered two travelers. One, by his military dress seemed a soldier, and the ether appeared te be his servant. General Wallenstein was en his way from Carlsruhc, te his home in Raslc. He had been de...

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