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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 January 1881

--' -v'.;p3 -VI-.- i -..,-.. ,, ........ .. -m-. Trry.'Wf mivgpf ?i VMWyt -jj. f. i BuoAenn Dmtfate8 V I lA-VV LANCASTER, PA., FE1DAY, JANUARY 7. 1881 Volume XVH-Ne. 109. Price Twe Oitg. 93) IHKrnlelfcg vnx HOMER, COLLADAY & Ce, 1412 and 1414 Chestnut St. PHILADELPHIA. Tlie general Improvement In business the past year, with the prospect et a very large In creased demand for all kinds of Dress Goods, Induced all American buyers of Foreign Goods te place Immense erdra. Thls-was universally tin: case, co much se that, perhaps without exag geration, 00 per cent, mere geed weie Imported than the country could possibly consume. As u consequence, there has been a great break In prices in a great many fabrics, which we s'lall full)- meet. WE SHALL SELL Fermer Prices. All Weel Armures French Flannel Suitiucs i'J.2J iOM X'i ,w French Striped Fancies (a!l bilk and Weel) French Sboedas (It) all colors) French Jlrecadcfi" (all Silk and Plain French Plaids Finest French Jlrecadcs (In heveral...

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. — 7 January 1881

n..VJr'f k in " ii-i trw 1 V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 188L Lancaster friteiUgencec'- FBIDAY EVENING, JANUABY 7, 1881. The Judge Heard Frem. We suggested the ether day te the Messrs. McCaluieut aud the ether gen tlemen who are agitating themselves te secure a change in the direction of the Reading railroad, that they had better find out what the judge thought about it before they put themselves te much treu. ble or worry. They have ascertained new, but net en their application, nor nrebablv much te their satisfaction. If there is anything reasonably certain to day ,in this changing world, it is that Mr. Gewen will retain, the control of the Reading railroad property, and even of the empty presidency of the suspended corporation. He and his fellow directors having applied te Judge McKcnnan for leave te postpone the stockholder's meet ing called for the 10th inst. by them, the judge refuses te grant them such leave, upon the ground that it is at present none 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. — 7 January 1881

wtfjt.rr5awrtTiT n .- -- - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, IH1DAYI JANUARY 7, 1881. trtcTaaiWTai j-rwigBecM'tJgTt xvesen&i .THE GAS. "Net Vet In Geed Condition. The gas was better last night than en Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, hut ret far from geed ; and many persons in sist that they will net pay their hills this quarter without abatement. They arc ready te test it in the courts, whether " they are entirely at the mercy of the con solidated corporation. . Dr. M. L. Herr says the fctuff new being poured into Lancaster houses is villainous, and that in his practice he has had a family almost poisoned by it. Dr. H. E. Muhlenberg attiibutcs a hemorrhage experienced by Iris patient, ilr. Michael Zahm, te the noxious gases inhaled by him. Dr.C. A.Grecne writes te us te-day from the Stevens house as fellows : " The qual ity of the gas has somewhat improved in the last forty -eight hours. Yet there ia escaping from the iras jets while burning non-inflammable noxious gases, that have...

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. — 7 January 1881

i r -Tin 'f"r-fi,J --""- n- -&, Vfi.fc-tr-1 '.. - LANCASTER DAILY IKTELLIGENCEK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1881. ZZSZ!pZZ3Z vencastcr tntelltgencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, 1881. The Farm us a Permauent Heme. Germantown Telegraph. The American i'ai mcr, in the main, is a very unstable character. He is tee inucli en tbe move ; becomes tee easily dissat isfied and discontented -with his let, with himself, or his neighbors, or his surround ings. Hence, he takes but little or no in terest in his place, makes no improve ments, just scrapes alen? from hand te mouth as it wete, and sells out at the first opportunity. 'I'livic are lets and lets of farmers of this clasa mere than one would think there would be and the legitimate result of their lack eS' interest and discontent is this : Their farms and homes become poor er every year : their children grew up and leave them, and when they die their farms are mn out ami deserted. I knew of mere than a dozen farms in this county new in this sad co...

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. — 8 January 1881

.n, .mr'tfpf r ah kvV Se fenapaS -"" - - -T"- "" Volume XTH-Ne. 110. VKV GOODS. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. :e: WATT, SHAND & CO. have marked down all surplus stock and odd leta te prices that mu-t effect a spee.ly clearance. Siiccial Rargains in Ladies' Ce.tta and Dol Del mans. These goods must be sold at once, and we hax marked them down te prices that will hell them. Sneclal Ranralns in Ladies' Underwear, at i, 33, 4.1, .V), cay, ami 7."c These are excellent value at the prices, and can't he heat in any city. Special Rargains in Table Linens, Towels. Toweling, Rlanketsand Quilts. WATT. SHAND 3 8 AND 10 EAST rei: FOB SALE CHEAP. A FIRST-CLASS THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, WITH A GOOD STORE ROOM. Tins Pieperty is situated en the corner et Mulberry and Lemen streets ; with nine geed rooms and large cellar ; also het and cold water anil gas through the house. This Property w ill be sold cheap or exchanged ter a small house or building let. Alse, a FIRST-CLAS...

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. — 8 January 1881

SMOMaafaa tenVlVf -T'l, ilanrastcr Intelligence:. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 8, 1881. A Bewildered Fleck. It is amusing te observe Hie open mouthed bewilderment of the people who have been fixing things te gel possession of the Heading corporation, and who have been se suddenly dropped in the mud by the pricking which a few words from Judge McKennan inflicted en their balloon, handsomely inflated though it was by the McCalmeut support. Mr. Jehn C. Bullitt often gets heavily into fancy speculations and has sometimes been mired, or stuck in Jersey sands, which is as bad ; but we are sure he was never se suddenly and completely halted as he has been in this eventiul move ment. The elegantly appointed train of which he was the conductor, has been brought up se sharply by the McKennan patent brake as te make tilings rat tle in the cars and upset all the occupants. They have net yet get their wits together sufficiently te distinctly understand what has struck them. When they de come te thorou...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 January 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1881. f COLUMBIA NEWS. OL'U The down KLGULAE COURLSPOKUKNCL mercury this niermug was way te withm 9 dejrrccs el the zcie point. Wc bone this ' uet the beginning of another biizzaic!. Market tuis a. in. was butter bi ought 0 cents, fair. CJHfS Prime 28(2,U0 cents. A tiamn caused a great deal of trouble and excitement en Friday afternoon en Walnut hticct. He made several calls in the neighborhood, Mrs. Geerge Fager le ceivin; no less than four. He seemed dctci mined te stay and succeeded in thoieuhly frightening the women. Con stable Hollingsworth. was finally sent for, and Mr. Tramp was very summarily dis dis eoned of. The new market hour, 7 o'clock, seems te suit every one except one or two butcli cis, who for wine years past have been ac customed te taking their meat te the mai kct house at two and thiee o'clock in the morning and cutting it up by gaslight burned at the expense of the borough. By the new ordinance the maiket is ne...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 January 1881

y-sre " t J wwKiawaye i iyw .iwww"Hwi-iJH,'iMi LANCASTER DAILY 1:.TLLIGENCEK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. 1881. Oleaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 8, 1881. .11V GODLY .VAN'. Hi' GEORGE .DAJI3. Yeu aisle me If 1 think a godly muu Can be built up Christ-like en nature'et plan. Well, nature's plan la Ged's, ana te, why net? 1 knew one once that answered just my thought. He preached te spirits buried In perdition ; Geed works, geed life, and Ioto his admoni tion; Exhorted etemachs gnawed by grim starva tion. Bread, meat, and drink and joy hi exherta. tten. no sang te naked fret, and hand and limbs : Beets, mittens, shoes and trew.st-rs were his hymns. He guided heart and brains that ached with chiding. Example, truth and courage wcre his guiding. In ceuehlcss homes and empty fuel sheds If u ritual was weed, and quilts, and bed ; And treni the sick, the helpless and distressed, RespenBlve health and comfeit made hint blest m. "er he prjyed, men pray net ever. Tlicpr. much, n't deign...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 January 1881

Ou-jtw jtrwF-jRmjsssssur:' jm. -i -aLJtJijtt.:' -XL-' '"JtS''-W'n.l.z r tvS?? paM fntdJtiett&f ;C Velnme XVII -Ne. 111. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1881 Price Twe Grate. irscrtgvsusr-jEsc; h jtxr H01ER, COLLADAT & Ce,, 1412 and 1414 Chestnut St. PHILADELPHIA. The gencial improvement in business the past rear, with the prospect et a very large in creased demand Ter nil kinds of Dress Goods, induced all American buyers of Foreign Goods te place immense orders. This w as universally the case, se much se that, perhaps without exag geration, 50 per cent, mere goedk weie imported than the country could possibly consume. As n cenbcquenre, there h is been a great break in prices in a great many fabrics, which we iall lullv meet. WE SHALL SELL . Fertitrr ' Price. I 50.25 fcO.'O All VtKl Armuie-i French Flunncl Suiting l.tw French Sttiped Fancies (all Silk and Weel) 71 French b lunula, (in all rolei.s) fc-l French Brocade (ail Silk and Weel Ml Plain French Plaids 7" Kinet Fien...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 January 1881

"V s-wwraca-sws: ---.'.r.,, ".."(t3 LANUAtiTBK i)AJLY I NTKLL1GENCEU MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1881. Ul- r-i Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 10,1881. The ew Senators. The fresh members who are about te be added te the United States Senate will net add anything te its lustre. The palmiest days of the Senate were the old days, when it seemed te gather into its besom the distinguished political talent of the country. There cannot be any less of that new than then ; indeed there must naturally be a great deal mere with our greater population, for the average of intellectual ability among a people does net change with the gen erations. The difficulty new is that senatorial ability does net serve te secure, as it once did, the senatorial place. Se many peer sticks have reached the cham ber that new any nian thinks he is fit for it, and it has been thrown open as a common object of ambition te politicians of any grade. Once a man of medium ability would have found himself very unco...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 January 1881

rTc?3craaf-gyc3SFqr-iL.--a.'.w-gaEa3agg Lm&tmzrjr-& i'BKrs?v2iz:zzvz'srT LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1881. AKOTHKB VICTIM. THAT LITTLE CONFIDENCE (JAHK. A Mannelm DreTer Is Malcted eat of S145 07 Twe Pnlladelphla narpers A Fruitless search. Pottstown Ledger. Abram Longaker, of Manbeim, Lancas ter county, is a dealer iu cattle and had taken a lead of stock te a West Philadel phia drove yard en Thursday, where he sold them, receiving cash te a considerable amount. He remained at a hotel near the yard ever night aud during the greater part of the evening sat in the barroom talking with fellow drovers, and the sharp ers who victimized him doubtless learned all about his affairs and the condition of his pocket-book from his own talk. On Friday afternoon he started for home, and as he was waiting at the Uread and Cal Cal lewhill depot of the Philadelphia & Reading railroad company, a gentleman, dressed as a well-to-de farmer, accosted him with. "Hew are ...

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. — 10 January 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1881. Z3Z Uncastet intelligencer. MONDAY KVKNINQ. JAN. 10, 1881. The Indian Hair Restorer. Sew Terlc Times. The Indians, in spite of what Western people may say of them, have redeeming traits, or, at all events, there is one Indian who has a trait of that nature. It is the general opinion in the border states that no Indian is geed for anything until he is dead, theagh what he is geed for then we are never told. In this matter there is no doubt that people who have been person ally scalped, or whose creditors have es caped a general massacre by Indians en the war-path, have permitted their preju dices te warp their judgment. All the reckless assertions that the Indians are in capable of unselfish, just, and noble con duct is refuted by the admirable red man who is new advertising himself as the " Indian Hair Restorer." Probably the most objectionable charac teristic of the Indian, in the estimation of young or middle-aged people, is...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1881

r- """'n-;"TTrA-'t' lartfatei 11 i vvVAAy v i iAV Volume XTII-Ne. 112. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1881 Price Twt Geatl. 3b WATCHES, We call utteutien te a tew very desirable urtlclerf at unu.ually low prtcu Heys' Silver Hunting Cased Watches at $ C.2J Beys' fellver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches l.'i.tti Gentlemen' Silver Hunting Cased FullJcweled Watche. 5.00 Gentlemen' .Silver Hunting Caid Stem Winding Watches 13.00 Ladle' 10 and 11 Carat Geld Hunting stud Half Hunting Cosed Watches nt 18.00 We call attention te nurfl no Movements ter Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, rvrn in centre pivots, which we will cne te order in Handsome Uox-jelnt -Monogram Cases or etlierwi-se. Gentlemen'.-. IS Size Movements Ca-ed and Kutrravcd or Mouegraiumed te order. A special newlineet goods is just received. coiiilstiugef Gentlemen' Siler I!os-Jelnt-Caied Watches, the Haudxemest Sliver Watches ever brought In tld- city. We invite an inspection of these goods, feeling confident wn cm hew in...

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. — 11 January 1881

?S52SSKaE23SK25S35SE insa h ijj'jLijtwaaSfeiww LAM ASIKU DAILY INTkLLlOKNCbK TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1881. Hancastcr rulrUigenccr. TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 11, 13B1. The Family's Senators. The Harrisburg Patriot think.s that Oliver will readily secure the Bepubli cin nomination and that the talk about his net being the candidate of the fam ily is all " gammon " ami manufactur ed te threw dust in the eyes of the inno cents. The Patriot is quite likely right in its conclusions. We knew no geed reason why Tin: family should net sus tain Oliver, who has exhibited se much strength of his own and who would be as agreeable an associate in the Senate te Mr. Den Cameren as he is likely te get. He will net outshine him in ability nor incline te pull against him. That Oliver will lie chosen is exceed ingly probable. He has stolen Glew's two supporters m Allegheny and new comes with that important delegation solid for him. Against him is arrayed no geed management, and all he has te face, with (I row...

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. — 11 January 1881

j-gyvyfrtfr itm. j i:,m',jaa '?&?&&'' v ;" ht.m ir-tytj.-yJ--.1- c.--r Tw ,ianna LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JANUARY II, 1881. Tin: liL'zzAuns. A Letter Frem Mart Abe Found Under lie Bed. It seems that in the capture of the Buzzards aZ.,near Ephrata,last.Saturday, Jee, the younger of the Buzzards, who is only twenty years of age, was secured without any trouble at his home en the mountain, and Abe Buzzard was found, utter quite a search, anions the shanties en the mountain under Kli Heiney's bed. Hefni-y himself occupied the bed, and in answer te inquiries by the officers Mated that he had net seen Buzzard for several days. A peep under the bed convinced the officers "that Heiney's was a most excellent place te leek for charac ters of the Buzzard stripe. Abe was found neatly covered and doubled up en a tiundle bed, and was" hauled out. -Mr. Sweigart, while in search of his goods, found a number of his bags of clever seed en one of the reads leading te the Kpb...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1881

-j2E2S22E!2sSESSa22ac iaaEmsmaaaEsaKaaESS!KsssK9SB3sc rrr r nrifr-iiii r liiinnirn in uw ! ricaiiMaiiPCiimniTigmtjfc3WttOTyBMa e53asBWwmjMLiuw.J.wb " ""-rrjtl-Trr- DXJgIZIfti'V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGEJsX'EH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1881. ?? K -vaticasicr intelligencer. TUESDAY BVKNINO, JAN. 11, 1881. Sleighing en the Susquehanna. Ker the Intelligence!!. Of late years it is a very uncommon thing for the Susquehanna te be frozen se that it can be driven across at Peach Bot Bot Bet eom. It is in that condition new and the passengers are quite numerous, and the novelty of the ride adds another charm te the charms of uleihin. Last Sunday your correspondent, iti company with Messrs. I. C. Arneld and David "Wcidley, drove te the river at Peach Bettem, found a canoe doing tell-gate duty at the ferry landing, which swung en its imaginary hinsres upon the application of a Silver key, and settled back te step the next who came. as we slid through and out of the frozen stream, that recognizes no...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1881

sssEsaassEsss t' i?r-mvr"r. SSXtUiji. u.m3x47-iTfl VJfeii "r" KS3SfT'aBSgttSggg3W . .! J41J j' LANCASTER, PA , WEDNESDAY, JANFARY 12. 1881 Price Tire Cta. Volume XYII-Ne. 113. ?y???,Tr'-re'3- WATCHES, We call attention te a tew very desirable articles at unusually low price Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Watches at $6.15 Heys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Wat cue. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladies' 10 aud 14 Carat Geld nuntlng ami Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.00 We call attention te our flue Movements for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, evnn in centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Box-JeInt Monogram Cases or otherwise. Ocntlcmen'f 18 Size Movements Cosed and Engraved or Mouegrammcd te order. A special new line et goods isjustrecelvcd.couslstlngef Gentlemen's Silver Bex-Joint-Cased Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watches ever brought te this city. We invite an inspect...

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. — 12 January 1881

5 -. - - ?c3im&JUi3sMen'2MS3KScaers)aM fl-WMU'BgBW tflWWMnBV"l)llJiM ct TaffJ8rfffsaw aw r'; .Kaajr-sriiMTaarTWTg lflC LANCASTEll DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1881. Hancastrr ftiteihgcncec. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 12, 1831. A Strugglcte Cct In. This Reading railroad fight has mani festly degenerated into a struggle of the outs against the ins. The corporation is a rich plum te manage, and is an es pecial geld field just new te the lawyers. The company suspended payments a while age because its receipts did net equal its payments: and immediately began te spend money like water, trying te get settled in its new relations. It g it these cestlv receivers, by the kindness of Judge McKennan, te start out with, and a couple of expensive masters, bearing the distinguished name3 of Dallas and Clay.as outriders te the coach. Then they took en any quantity of fresh postiliens in the shape of high-priced lawyers, headed by Jehn C. Bullitt, te reinforce the old staff of attorn...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1881

sss&3&3wn&!sasszzffa Mggsrewgtgni'TMgiaaggiaBflw inn tTMirtnrtmu ml i mummm i wmrrrti ! vratznaitmmiwi b,'.iwhhcw S9S&Si&m.M LANCASTER, DAILY INTELL1GENCEK, WEDNESDAY, JAKUABY.-IZ i881. THE POULTRY SHOW. TUE FINK PROSPECT FOB IT. Nearly Deable Last Vaar'a Estate. Tlie outlook for the poultry show, opening en Friday at Roberts 's hall, this city, is very fair. Already there arc 414 entries, compared with 280 in the highly successful exhibition of last 3 ear. The following list will convey an idea of the prospective excellence of the coming show : Class l Asiatics Fowls. Light Brabreas Dr. Mayer, Willow Sheet, two pair; S. X. Warfel, Strasburjr, one pair; McKeen & Hulick, Easten, four pair ; J. A. Roberts, Malvern, two pair. Chicks Dr. Mayer, Willow Street, two pair; McKean fc Hulick, Easten, one pair. Daik llrahmas Fowls Jehn H.Tysen, Cerdelia, one pair. Chicks Mertis Bachman, Strasbur-r, one pair : Mrs. Ellen II. Hajjer, Laucaster, one pair. White Cochins Fow...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1881

rS3Hfi8ll WWiMIH ilTZT 32353- sggssgfflrjKVtyy .'It1!. !" W Jttwp.- .-. .. . - J. TirnftJW1,.r ,,..!trrt.7 -- . 3? -rsssbf"? .LANCASTER bAlLY lTELfclGENCEK, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 12, 188ll ji - - .- - Lancaster intelligencer. Wtf DNBSDAY BVENINO, JAN. 12, 1861. A New Jersey Seeress. An Old VTeidm Wbe la th Sensation or m Thriving Agricultural Community. There lives hi Kingwood township, near Frenchtown, N. J., a woman about whom all the neighbors for miles around are ex cited, and whose fame premises te spread throughout the central portion of the state. Already the news of the wonderful power of prophecy which she possesses has reached the ears of the quiet farmers in tin upper counties, and small parties come every day or two te visit her. Her name is Clark, and she is probably about sixty five vcars old. Bern m Hunterdon ceuu- ty, she has, since her marriage, forty-three years age, resided in various parts of Hun terdon and Wrrren counties. The first indication of the power which sh...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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