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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 January 1881

KjTf 'av,r .- BHBE5S33?ftl?r- WWK jftskaMaswi 243 K.J i-i ; ii; . p S& : jj..w : vi Volume ,'XVH-Ne. 104 LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 1. 1881. Price Tw Crate. ai VY V r7Tffl aiVT -r I I V 4 i;i I !: I! 8 )l JOHX WAXAMAKER'S STORK. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, i AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. 1MIE HOLIDAYS. . Tlicrc is nowhere in Philadelphia se varied a collection el .rich goods an here such as fath ers, mother? brother, sisters, levers, leek-for a little later. There i an end even of Glita. Our collection is large enough and rlH enough, one would suppose, even for a lea frugal city- than Philadelphia. These goods are are new at the height of thelrglery. Tlie choicest of them uie here; ethers will come of course; but the chelecht arc going. What is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many as can be eouilertably served, anil the throng will be denser every fair day till Christmas. JOHX WAXAMAKER. rPOlLET FURNISHI...

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 January 1881

"I 3 LA&MStER DAILS lEUJGEKCER SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, !$. i- W lAncaster fntelltgencec BATOBDAY BVKMINO, JAN. 1, 1861. - """"-'M"' ii... J 11 r Tke Preper Seaater. Representative Wolfe might be en gaged in a better business than in press ing Mr. Grew for the senatersbip, the only recommendation of his candidate te him being the fact that he is the anti anti Cameren ring representatiive. That is an excellent recommendation it is true ; but it ought te suggest itself te the op ponents of this ring thaUbey can best recommend themselves te the people by selecting for official positions better candidates than these favored by the sen they seek te overthrew. If they de net succeed, they will then'at least have the. consolation of knowing that they deserved te de se and that they have a right te ask the applause of their con stituents. Mr. Wolfe has often placed himself in position te secure strong pop ular approval by deserving it. We wish we could say for him that he is doing Bis best ...

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. — 1 January 1881

,p PTBKWJWTr -Ii &J7Z? r x f u ( j j- t T7 r . , V sr LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SaTUKDAY; XANUAllY 1, 1881: I vUncastet Intelligence. SATDBDA.Y KVXHINa, JAN. 1, 1881. THE VASSING TEAS. Far off In the golden West, Wfeere tbe sun-set gates unfold. Where tbe beayens touch tbe ocean, Aad tlie san dies eat In geld : Yes, there, beyond the day's portal. Behind tbe horizon wall, Lies tbe land of tbe buried ages, Tbe tomb et eternity's all. Time dawns In tbe Kastcrn heavens. And Tides through the tranquil sky : Soen be falls from bis mid-day splendor Frem his azure throne en high. Thus days fade out in tbe West Thus years me ve quick and fast ; Thus ages roll tbraugh the sun-set gate Te join tbe buried past. E'en new a mighty cycle Bangs trembling near its goal And weird sounds of anguish In the troubled ether roll. Tbe wind in dreadlul fury Tears through the leafless trees. And rears and means in anguish, Like tbe surge of mighty seas. It rushes en and past us. Inte the Great Beyo...

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. — 1 January 1881

i-s- v: i1 .v -- v" B y. ?p ;ji?- fr- 3grF?&&i&&$?s&3m T?!T?iTWT5R5ilHtSHffHHBHiHHBHHHHIiBBIHHBR!3SB w;-r-rr VSKiiS s.---tp, -sr - y j-- ' i V - ir.l &2 sy lV: - 'yc LANCASTER DAILY CfTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY JANUARY 1, 1881. TUB WEATHER. Tn Mercery Tar Belew ere. The &Zet inhabitant bas net jet been consulted, bat many gtaybeards declare that within their recollection the present cold term ia the severest they have ever experienced in this latitude. Fer three consecutive days at daybreak the mercury has been frem.10 te 23 degrees below zero, and even at midday has scarcely risen te 15 degrees above. Following is a record of some of the thermometers in different actions of the city at 6 o'clock this morn mern ing: Ernest Zalim's, East James 21 below E. F. Bewman, 150 E. Cliestuut.20 " Wm. A. Morten's 705 S. Queen. .20 Ellwood Griest's. 419 S. Priuce. . . 18 ' E. J, Zahm's, 144 E. Lemen 18 Benj. Baumau's, 562 S. Queen.. .18 Albert Zahm's, 311 N. Lime 17 Jesep...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1881

SiSS5&SS!5?BrS3 .iSs-- & " :: ". ;:-. , -? " i-.Vi.. vwf. hrt- ft . & J.-K-1 (Sk -i C s , i :ra&.&&4 mMM - .1 Tilne XYII-Ne. 105. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JANUARY 3. 1881. Price TwfratK. ""WVWWSSFvUC5" " Sr JOUS WAXAXAKEX8 STOME. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. riMIK HOLIDAYS. X Tlicrc Is nowhere In Philadelphia se varlcl a collccllen et rich ceeds as liere such as fat li en, mothers, brothers. Bisters levers, leek for a little later. There is an end even of Gilts. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would saptiese, even Ter a lets frugal city than Philadelphia. Tlicbc poeds are are new at the hclgbtef thclrglery. Tlic choicest of thcin are here; 'ethers will come of course ; but the choicest arc going. What is equally te the purpose, buyer ate new about as many as nan be conilertubly served, and the throng will be denser every fair day till Christinas. JOHN' WAN'AMA...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1881

irtS-Tiwai.ai"rSijra h- r a . " "-"fv . : : e - ir- rififWf ,-frf r-SJS3?SS -J-9 i jr e?S f in pu of is. aUnuilu J'iiiiL Lancaster -fcntdltgencct. MONDAY BVBNINa, JAMUABY S 1881. "Eefera" In Phllaiclphla. riiiladelpliia Republicans who pretest aloud their devotion te reform, but who de net permit it te carry them out of the lines of their party te secure, neverthe less, in the most inconsistent way, appeal te Democrats te "rise up te the occasion and abandon their party, te help along the justification of the Republicans by putting' " reform" .Republicans in office. If that is net an impudent demand, im. pudence is net properly defined in the dictionaries. It is quite often that this demand te the Democratic parly te " rise up" is made. We leek te see it en every occa sion when a Republican axe is cebe ground for people who de net run the machine. It has become se familiar that we would really miss it very much if we were net greeted with it annually from some direction. The Philade...

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. — 3 January 1881

jfAststs ft?"- ti- 17 COLUMBIA. HIW6. OCIl BKGCLAJt COKbESPOKDKKCU The report of the movement of cars from Colombia for the year 1880, shows tliut 866,490 cars, leaded and empty, were dis patched from this place east and west. Of this numbcr'444,0j -were dispatched east, and '422,101 vest. The report ler the month of December shows that 38,322 were sent east, and 33;525 west. The total for mouth amounts te 71,847. Permits for the interment of the remains of 149 persons had beeujjtantcdduiiugthe yerrlSSO by the autbeiities of Mount Bethel cemetery. This .shows an increase ever the year 187D of about sixty-four per cent., which may be accounted for te a preat extent in the prevalence of diphtheria during the past lew months, the ether -tub -oeerr inremm.-- The OrcMlzatlM UM M e jmctenes will net sliew se larire a list. The Methodist Episcopal Sunday-hcboei elected the following officers yesterday : Supcrinteddeiit Charles II. McCnl McCnl ?eugh. 1st Assistant Supeiititendent lleniy S. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1881

iS PIlPPIil&Milli i'1.! ,; ic.".-? ai"B " - r - -j33ih:VR .. r a IHOaGSBeX "m Se2i,Z2 I ..JC-coo- ri4 n :s(Leww L 93-Ze-a w-w0 fcW! r a Ajsav.n.AJULA. mjjjlmjx. ax a,i Ji i.,mxaxi.ai. - jvtai xrj. a?.. y.a-is vain a, jiuui.-!,-. . - - -. -- .-....,.. . - -,. , .,. (. -" I l"l il' !' II I III I I 1 MMWIWMMMMMMMMMMMMfcMMMMiMiiM... if ..!., . I., ,-. . - " Jt ""' " ' 1 M Jj -Unctstn; intelligencer. MONDAY SVXMIMO, JAM. 8, MSI. isUslaberporehso green AM day lea till the en gees dawn. itMbuxz of her sewing ajachlne. i the ham or tee distant town. M the drone of the hive sedate. Or tin tick-tack murmur the mill-wheel Bakes; Bat at every step at Uie garden gate pause she makes and a thread she break ; And sadly saying, "He cornea net, then ?" She sighs and turns te her sewing again. Sammerwinds can ye bring no balm Te a weary besom that knows no calm ? gammer and winter, early and late, Deth little Barbara Hit and hark Fer the one swltt step at the garden gate That sever comes of ahlue...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1881

HenwEmmwH WiKJJiUfiJL1 d t watiateg If Volume XVII-Ke. 106. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JAlSTTAUl 4. 188L Price Twe lits. S9KMBC92B4'ff m CLOlllIXU. A RARE CHANCE! Tim Orcutimt Reduction ever made in FINE WOOLKNK for GENTS' WEAR at H. GERHART'S ia t 1 A Large Assortment of Genuine English k Scotch Suitiiig, sold during the Full Season trein i-WO te s-ie. A Suit will be made up te order in th! Ret Style Irem HCiO te s30. 1IKAVV WEIGHT OHMK.-TIC Suiting and Overceating, Reducd ill tin: same prnpel lien. All j;"iils warranted us icpre-eiileil. Tliuulievi; reduction will ler rush only, an-l ler I lie next THIRTY DAYS. H. GERHART, Ne. 51 North Que&i Street. CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! We have new i;:nly lur sale jm riiinicii.-c Stock of Eall and Winter, which are Cut ami 'i'lhiinie.l in tin; Latest Style. We can -ivc you ji GOOD STYLISH "SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In grout variety, made loonier at slierl notice at the lowest prices. D. B. Metier & Seb, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, r-ljxi LANC...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1881

,.-m,J.i 1 , niuMMWi,,. I-u -j. i-iiMnmjLLj-jL ' - " " '"' " ''".. " ' ' ' " ' l i, iSaiMWWWWIWMiWWWBaHHiWgMWiyWIHWHBWMWHWWMMMp LANCASTER DAihY lKTJSLLlGEJSCElt TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. cisely the same as if they had all been joined in one bill. Te liavc facilitated a deciee by the court enjoining the peifetmancc of a duty by a corporation deriving its franchises from Pennsylvania, and contributing large taxes te the revenue of Pennsylvania, and substantially locking it up, aud leaving free great rival railroad lines (connected with the oil regions by short Hues in this state) incorporated by ether states, and owing and pa) ing no duty te Pennsylva nia, would neither have met the reason able views of the petitioners, nor have satisfied any sense of justice. TJiei e was a delay en the pait of the petitioners in placing the attorney general in po-sessien of the testimony te be produced, which indicated an intention te offer none whatever in the remaining case. In the meantime indictm...

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. — 4 January 1881

Bmei&lji.-i..nH'j&u.rMraiiia&!!JXtTimKKia!it!JiW'itv ut m i nut muiiafaamw c I LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY JANUARY 4, 1881, COLUMBIA NEWS. Ol II KIXCI.AK COKIifcSPONDKNCK A typographical error was mode in our letter of jestcrday iu given the number of interments at Mount Bethel cemetery for the year I860 at '-149." The figure:, .should have been " 150." Coiperal L. W. Richaidh was last even ing appointed fii.st sergeant of Company H. and fifth sergeant, F. A. Bennet was appointed 5-ccend scigeant, and acting quarter master. Beth appointments ive cntiic satisfaction te the company and aic ceiisidcicd the best that could have been made. Theic will be tvre or three coi cei coi perals appointed in a week 01 two. The P. li. It. excursion tickets expiied by limitation jcslciday. He fs unlucky who held- one te-day. Ice cutting and ice hauling aie going en te-day despite the weather. E-.tily this morning snow again com cem meiicutt falling and up te this writing has e...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1881

-.ivmtijm jamOfSLiUMt imam: fejisagagj u wauw&Beauujjiium . "i.iiwi i'i..liBi;uanmi!Jwa,-j.agjy juaJLiuiaiJwijiuitj amgfragaw. ga i iH'.-xtgWfyraTfwtwwf ..., 't""-- --- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1881. -vcmcaster tntelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. JAM. 4, 1881. The Starry Heavens. Third Regular Meeting of Star Club. A full meeting of the Star club was held at tlie rooms of tue Christian association last evening. In addition te the numeri cal star list, which was increased te forty- sir, Mr. Frank Greist read a very interest ing paper en the planets, and the history of the advance in astronomical knowl edge in regard te them from the crude theories of olden times te the certain knowledge of the present. The star list was continued as fellows by Mr. J. P. Mc Caskey : The constellation familiarly known as "Jeb's Coffin," but niarkedu the charts as the Delphin, is a faint' group lying be tween the Eagle and the Great Square of Pegasus. Altair of the EaIe, it wil...

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. — 5 January 1881

tfOawwwBJmwuaumrwtgia mfMMWtlBMH nrfarJi !LU!lfcl'mCTyg' awiiw rytin if iTt. . im mi yi i 'irr ir n'nrr iiTirn i" 1 1 "I T1""TI" SOtjje ,mtftefl V I IAV V LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1881 Volume XYII-Ka. 107. Price Twe Cents. iff jymagjawu ibwxsswMpisty aJ-' waauwwiw wwrg JOllX VFAXAMAKEB'S STORE. THE HOLIDAYS AT JOHN WANAMAKER'S, CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND 3IARKET STREETS, AND CITY HALL SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. TnE HOLIDAYS. There is nowhere in Philadelphia se varied a collection et rich goods as here such in lath era, mothers, brothers, sisters levers, leek for a little later. There is :m end even of Gilts. Our collection is large enough and rich enough, one would suppose, even for a less frugal city than Philadelphia. These reeds are arc new at the height el theirglerv. The choicest or them are here; ethers will come of course ; hut the choicest arc going. What is equally te the purpose, buyers are new about as many as can be roiuieriahly nerved, and the throng will be dense...

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. — 5 January 1881

BMBBgCT JjmmgJB I'l I in Mil Uli'lHMBBBBgBBafl JJiULiMKilmimiiiiiiiiminMBanwi m tawi iny.mimjiwwinniaAJiUFJf.l.w 9 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1881. Hancastet intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 5, 1881. An Honest Man. " Thirteen swore by the book, eleven with uplifted hand and six affirmed," but Eckley B. Coxe. of Luzerne, de clined te take' the oath, because it re quired him te swear that he had ex pended no money for his election except for such purposes as the law expressly authorized it te be spent for. The singular thing here is that Mr. Coxe refused te take this oath. But the singular thing ought te be that thirty men elected te the state Senate took it without wincing; although it is nearly certain that each one who took it com mitted perjury. And the hundred men who were chosen te the Heuse took it ; and it is very doubtful whether there was one who did net swear falsely. The object of the law, in requiring this oath te be taken, was te prevent th...

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. — 5 January 1881

m j , m m ijmmm twam wM&musaiKKJerfixfMwuJLUL&m mmbuiwhi LANCASTER DAILY INTELtlGMCEfi, WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 5, 1881. and it is a vise prevision of nature that its odor can'be se easily detected as in most cases te avoid serious results. The pre judice against the new process of manu facture was, Mr. Baumgarducr says,caused by misrepresentations of parties interested in the old process, and is fast dying out. Several of the largest gas companies in New Yerk and ether cities have abandoned the old and adopted the new process, and he predicted that within a very few years all the companies " will de the same. The piecess is mere simple, mere economical, and furnishes a gas at least as geed, if net better, than the old. As seen as the frost is out of the ground, Mr. Baumgardnersays, the mains of the old and new works will he con nected, when he believes there will be no further cause of complaint. In explana tion of the complaint that some of the street lamps, lit with gas made at...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1881

77"jrr,rvjr.sT.ti jwmmi "" --- .-T- r,nrTM.'jn ftiii"riiiiiiTniiiiTrrrrr i i affWIIMl-W -V- ''t LANCASTER DAILY INTEHiIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1881. -Uncastrc intelligencer. . WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 5, 1831. BIRTHDAY MOTTOES IfOB 1881. JASTABT. By her who In this month is born Ne gems save Garnets Should be worn ; They will Insure her constancy. True friendship and fidelity. FEBCCART. The Jrebruary born will find Sincerity and peace of mind, Freedom lrem passion and from care, If they tue Amethyst will wear. MAKCH. Who en this world or ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise ; In days or peril firm and brave. And wear a Bloodstone te their grave. APRIL. She who from April dates her years Diamonds should wear, leu bitter tears Fer vain repentance flew ; this stone EmWcm of innocence is known. MAY. Who first beholds the light or day In Spring's sweet, flowery month of May, And wears an Emerald all her liie. Shall be a loved and happy wife. j ex::. Who comes witli summ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1881

.j'mjt jfl ' -.-"l i?B,::-'jiiatOTffs-i ui, mueaM ' ' . wegea ' " f -, ' -j f.-rrrTl-l MSnrcecatttf i. J! 1 iVAAVI v I tA A - Volume XVlI-Xe. 108 LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JAlSTJATtY 6- 1881 Price Tw Grata. NnlH. - w i m i3BMMB8fiafcSaaaat5awS WATCHES, We call attention te a tew very desirable ax tides at unusually low prices. Beys' bilvcr Hunting Cased Wateacsat $ 6.2 Coys' Sliver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 13.0U Gentlemen' Silver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladies' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.00 Wc call attention te our fine Movements ter Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, cvfrn In centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Bex-Joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen' lii Size Movements Cased and Engraved or Monegrammcd te order. A special new line et goods is just received, consisting of Gentlemen's Silver i!ox-jeint-Cascd Watches, ti.e Handsomest Sil...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1881

.rtmcjri gwu.wwiirsjniBriaB-fT'BrfrttMBg LANCASTER DAILY iViELLlGEJSCEll THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1881. Lancaster inteUtgenccc. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1881. A Senseless Quarrel. This quarrel, tliat is going en between the city treasurer and councils, is a very unnecessary and silly affair, especially un dignified en the part of the city authori ties, who should scorn te exhibit the pet tiness and malice that has all along been shown by them towards the treasurer, in our opinion, as we have mere than once declared. They charge the treasurer with obstinate and contemptuous treat ment of them, and no doubt, with jus tice ; but they had no right te expect better treatment from an officer whom they hastened te charge with embezzle ment, en manifestly insufficient evi dence, and without giving him an oppor tunity te present his side of the story te them, te go te the public with their charge against him. If Mr. "Welcbans has been guilty of embezzlement, it certainly has net been shown ; an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1881

"-t - -"-- -r i ' '-"' " LANCASTER DAILY INTEIUGENCER, THURSDAY JANUARY 6, 1881. THE CITY TREASURER. BOhS SUSPENSION SUSPEND A Lively Rew Welchans'Oinue Iiut Police men far Doer Pests. Lust iii:lit as seen as tlic lesolutieu sus-. pcnd'mgCity Tieasurcr Welchauh iiera office had i:is-cd councils, tbc finance committee culled upon the mayor and asked mm te detail office; i te protect the city treasuier's office. Tlic mayor detailed Officers fcwcnk and Gilch te that service, and one of tlieni .steed guard at the frontdeor and the ether at the hack deer all night. About C o'clock tlii- meining Ticasuier Welehans called at his office and attempted te enter. The police, under instruction, lcfuscd hi. a ad mittance and the trcjMucr went home. At about 9 o'clock the finance committee, ac companied by the cif3' solicitor, went te the ticisuier'-; office, and after waiting llicie lVr. some time sent Officer Swenk te the tieasuivr'.s residence with .a ie jucst that he meet the. committee at th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 January 1881

""p l" --f l -"-- LANCASTER DAILY. iTELUGEyCEK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1881. K dncaster intelligencer. THCBSDAY EVENING. JAM. 6, 1881. EDUCATIONAL. THE COMMON SCHOOLS AND SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' SCHOOSS. IiOCal Statistics et General Interest. State Superintendent Wickersham in his annual report makes the inquiry and asks for a decision whether, in view of the biennial sessions of the Legislature his reports are te be annual or biennial. He pronounces the general condition of the school system geed. During the past year 233 additional schools were graded, making the whole number of this class of schools 7,037. The whole number of pu pils en the rolls was 937,310, and the aver age attendance 601,027, or 77 per cent. While the increase in the number of pupils was 1,570, the increase in the average at tendance was 13,935. Owing te the de pression in many kinds of business at the beginning of the year, when they were fixed, there is a small decrease in the sala ries of teachers but the average ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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