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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1881

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Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1881

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Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1881

imn.!mMigi aiiiii&uayaMJHBCTatfaw?er WlffWI lllHrfllT "Hll W I III ll n ' Mil 11 I "illiMJS 1IIIIMIWiWM MM !' "P II PMWIIIHHH .."HI. ilWHli'i SWIM 'f "'III t II II I H Hit III I Tl P.IM. JIUtflLH WU ,nniiwftMWnMEtf.'-wtt y - - - -i-r jrjK;"22r"L JLV"ffSK5!r!!3t "SB? LANCASTER DAILY INTELttGENCER, THURSDAY, JAJNUARY 13, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. (it'll REGULAR CORKESPONDENCE The B. Macauley combination present ed last evening for the second time in Columbia, "A Messenger from Jarvis Section," and gave the same satisfaction te their large audience that was given en the first rendition of the comedy at this place. Macauley himself was better than ever, while Stzinney Smith, EtppUr, Mrs. McGlent and Clip each at least sustained the favorable impression they made en their former appearance. Mr. Jeseph J Dewiing, as Sandy Mitchell, the "boss" villaiu, is a decided improvement in bis role and acquitted himself very creditably indeed. The support was geed. At a meeting of the stockholders of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1881

MjfllHHl!Milwi'WiWMwtwwwwi m'mWtWWWWHWiglWWUfMIMWJUMUlUlg nntuunw i mhp n . LANCASTER DAHVY lTEIiaGENeER, THUliSDAYi JANUARY 1.3,il88L;; J. gsqtgj.vqtuu'tfat3eaMMJWim3'M''J'j,wijB Lancaster I-ntelHgencet. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 13, 1881. Ebj en Water and Apples. Alteena Tribune. A rural friend who has paid some atten tion te the pomelogy of our country dis Bcnts from Mr. S. P. Eby's hypothesis in relation te the cause of the alleged dimi nution of rains and the deterioration of the apple product of this country, as briefly summed up in Monday's Tribune. Jeremiah-like, he seems te weep ever the fail ure of the apple crop and the water supply. Te this exception is taken and se far as the apple product gees it is vastly greater and better iu quality than that of forty years age. Hundreds of valuable sorts originated long after 1840. The expert of apples from the seaports te England and Europe is new equal te, if net mere than a thousand fold beyond, the production of forty years back. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1881

njwmnwwiw wwmmmmw wCTwawwagamBBMBwaww -jytr-fjp jeys ' ' - iI?!?!StSE5S 1tanap pjm wru "F''"' rpwiiiriiit Sb Dranteuxgen& Volume XVlI-Ne. 115. WATCHES, We call attention te a low very desirable articles at unusually low prices Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Watehcsat f 6.25 Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.09 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting cased Full Jeweled Watches. 8.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased ritem Wilding Watches 15.00 Ladles' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at U.00 We call attention te our flee Movements for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, even In centre pivots, which we will ease te order in Handsome Ber-Joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen'? is Slxe Movements Cased and Engraved or Monegrammcd te order. A special new line et goods is Just received, eeuslsting of Gentlemen's Silver Bex-Joint-Cased Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watches ever brought te this city. We Invite an inspection of these goods, feeling confident we...

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. — 14 January 1881

LttCatiwLwgBaamfiwawajiH'.Cgwe-w ' uanwun'iwwav JHIMlJtJWHW'ftWJaWgEfcyil Mwgwjciw !.- LANCASTER DA1LI INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1881. J niLM2MJiLJiaaskiJuaMaM Lancaster intzlhqmctz. FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 14, 1881. The Caucus. The peculiar proceedings at Hairisburg will excite general attention te the cau cus as a political instrument. It seems te be very imperfectly understood even by these who seek te use it; as was evi dent when less than two-thirds of the Republican representatives gravely met together and proceeded te held a caucus, te determine the party nominee. It was manifestly a very absurd proceeding ; but nobody seemed te see it se, and they went en te evolve Mr. Oliver, as the patty candidate, though a full third of the party representatives refused te par ticipate in the meeting. When it was ascertained at the meeting of the pre. posed caucus, that se many Republican members refused te- attend it, the at tempt te held a caucus should have been at once abandoned ...

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. — 14 January 1881

tt'ywg e&mmmem im"- wmM iMwrfcTiitirTri Tiiawnmiiii i 1 1 f r n l i 11 rT ' wii.miiwv m,miti mtmmmtts LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENiER, FRIDAY, JAJStJARY 14, 1881. JUmiiLJJg AflVf t3-",?"" 9 -'JUWMMUAMW.HlJUUMgKlliJMWWMIliMi COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR KEODLAB COKftESPONDKNCK Columbia engine Ne. "14 lias been sent tbe Alteena shops for a general over hauling. The regular monthly meeling of council will be held this evening. Rain has been steadily falling since the small hours of this morning, and, as a consequence the late excellent sleighing is uew about ever. Yesterday the .streets were bare in some places. Our sleigh lov ing people arc beginning te realize that another fall of snow is necessary. Nick Keberts's pantomime company appeared in the opera house lafet evening before a very large audience and gave a performance which perhaps was above the average of its kind. The entertainment appeared te plcase its "takers in" and judging it from that standpoint it was un questionably a success...

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. — 14 January 1881

awnWiiwiii.ni'fii. 'tin miiim yffpiiiiriwiiiMimwuw i jn,nm .im u . , n -...,- - raasgga3aaBMgg ffCTjrMg.mMftgjgw.qriwjJir LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1881. ji Jin Mt'imi"-jmiw" ncaster I-ntelitgcncer. I JwCt FfiLDAY; EVENING. JAN. 14, 1881. TREASUEE SHIPS. O beautiful, stately ships, Te come from ever the sea?, With every sail lull spread Te the glad, rejoicing breeze ! Ye come from the dusky East, Ye come from the golden West, As birds that out of the far-blue sky Fly each te Its sheltered nest. AU spoil of the earth ye bring ; Frem the Isles of lar Carthay, Frem the labled shores of the Orient, And realms mere rich than they. The prisened light et a thousand gems, The gleam el the virgin geld, Lustre el silver and sheen of pearl, Shut up in the narrow bold. Shawls from the loom? of Ispahan ; Ivery white as milk ; Shimmer of satin and rare brocade, And fold upon leld of bilk ; Gauzes that Indian maidens wear ; Spices and tare perfumes ; Fruits that held in th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1881

- - rS- r .p, ,Vj agnsacggBgggsgegssga wipijh uivi ystm L) mr"mw wEWnT -H jefwtttfa$tt al) Volume XVlJ-Ke. 116 WATCHES, We call attention te a tew very desirable articles at unusually low prices Jieys' Silver IXuntlns Cased Watches at. 6.25 Heys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Indies 10 and 14 Curat Geld Hunting and naif Hunting Cased Watches at 18.00 We call attention te our fine Movements for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, even In centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Iter-jeint Monogram Case"! or otherwise. Gentlemen' 18 Size Movements Cosed and Engraved or Monegramincd te order. A special ncwllncet goods is Justreceivcd,consltingef Gentlemen' Silver llox-Jeint-Cased Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watches ever brought te till city. We Invite an Inspection of these goods, feeling confident we can show inducements te buyers net te ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1881

'''1S iBAiwau wjMMwim.9wnasi!Hstta&Misat29MiaaiiteBi& B9Mu.vurjumjmm wawimiatn.mmmK9itni ,. r. -;-," T i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1881. iUucaster Ititellcgencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 15. 1881. Set Lucky. Mr Quay is net si lucky manager. Ilia friends say he is a geed one, but lie comes te grief se often that his works cannot be claimed te justify him. His predecessor as the machine manipulator, Mr. Mackey, used te be in the habit of accomplishing his aims. Mr. Quay, while demonstrating his equality with him in unscrupulousness, does net seem te be able te leek ahead far enough te capture the game ; and in such games success is the only criterion of skill. Mr. Quay started out te make Mr. Oliver senator by getting him the caucus nomination of his party ; he get him the nomination of a rump of it ; which kills him ; and Mr. Quay is stale-mated. The fundamental element in his calculation gave way un der him. Obviously it was rank felly te go te work...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1881

MBMTmtlUMlM'iTf ffiwiiligpwwa i sprvryt7..-;i-LJUJ-Jtuj.aarjggmgjixag LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENfER, SATURDAY, JA1WARY 15, 1881. nuc which was owned by 31iss Fanny Sheltz and occupied by "William Campbell as a cigar factory, was destroyed by fire. The fire was discovered" shortly after 0 o'clock ; an alarm was immediately given, and the Humane lire company was r.oen en the ground. The fir&t two plugs which they attempted te open were found te be frozen but the third was all right. A stream was seen playing en the ihc, but it was tee late, and the building with its contents was almost entirely de stroyed. 200 empty cigar boxes, 400 pounds of tobacco, 3 cigar presses and 4,000 cigar moulds were burned. This stjck was owned by 3Ir. Campbell and the insurance en it was $450. That will probably cover the less. The building was insured for $150. Hew the fire originated is net known. When it was discovered Mr. Campbell and family were at church. There was a stove in the building, which...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1881

, ., x-y LANCASTER DAILY IKTJEIXIGENCEH, SATUBDAY, JANUARY 15, 1881. -. icastet t-nieUCgcncer. SATURDAY EVENING, JAM. 15, 1881. Winter Care ef Fwls. While writing, the thermemeter stands 8 below zero. On the morning before the mercury marked 10 below. In places within a distance of less than a mile, the temperature is much lower, where the lo cation is in a hollow. Such cold weather generally comes once or twice every win ter. Fer this emergency every careful person has prepared be."erehand. During the few previous weeks, when the weather 'might be termed moderate beside that which we arc at present experiencing, the fowls have been comfortable, enjoying their out-deer run each day at the warm est portion. The gi eund being uncovered, they have gathered grass and gravel, and helped themselves te drink, at the regular watering places of the barnyard stock, re turning early te their warm roosting places. Tlie wise peulterer has prepared for any emergency, and the fowls are as safe as ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1881

xasaimiiiW!'iaw,liAtmvn ih'hh nwmvBwm IJWCTWHWW! "TV STijje 1 an&Ie ;. hisj ,. VvVs TA5SKH- sltH III 1SCSWWWO 4 KZM(sm mTA '' wSTksUtiiiiWy tatTf t "''. svMKWagaBfci -rm d I ""N ""a .flfiBRfHK 'aiiTT .ri - - yy v wiMWaj i u u mil 1 1 u i Yelime XTU-Ne. 117. WATCHES, We call attention te a low very desirable article at unusually leir prices Beys' Sliver Hunting Cased Watehes at. $6.35 Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting cased Full Jeweled Watshe. &00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watehes 15.00 Ladies' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Hair Hunting Cased Watches at 18.08 We call attention te our fine Movements for Ladles' Watches Full Jeweled, van In centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Bex-joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen's in Size Mevements Cased and Engraved or Monogrammed te order. A special new line of goods Is J ust received, emulating of Gentlemen's Sliver Box-jelnt-Cascd Watches, ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1881

"-"" rTTT'lig LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 18W. .! -at - Lancaster intciitgencec. MONDAY EVBNINQ, JAN. 17, 1881. Hands Off. We de net Lave much sympathy with the project te trade the Democratic vote for senator en a Republican agreement te make a fair apportionment The trade would be legitimate enough ; as it is of no particular interest te the Demo cratic party that one Republican rather than another should be senator, and the concession te them of a fair apportion ment is what should be given them with out any consideration being paid for it. The Democrats want an apportionment that shall net de them injustice ; the Re publicans want a senator, which their majority entitles them te. There is no injury done the state by the Democrats voting for a competent senator and the Republicans voting for a decent appor tionment. That is the argument for the trade. Nevertheless we are opposed te it. We de net believe in dickers between the parties. We have never ultimate...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1881

- ,f',"V si k. iat'ci X, J-if. -1 . J. LA.NCASTEK !TiILEm2I(miiERf MOlLY, JANUARY 17, 1881. LITTLE LOCALS. Ilere and There and Everywhere. The mayor discharged six bums tbis merninr. save one drunk 30 days and three 20 days each. Owen Lamb, one of the latter, had been picked up for tlie third time within a week and bad four fits in the station house last night; Dr. Fitz patrick fixed him up. H. W. Hartman, son of Jehn I. Hart man, a clerk in the Lancaster County nasienal bank, celebrated his majeiity en Saturday evening by a handsome supper te his-father's residence. The A. M. E. fair was crowded te over flowing en Saturday night. The musical department presided ever by Miss Addie Lebar, created much interest. Other de partments that have attracted much inter est and patronage are the tin table, man aged by Mrs. Annie Jenes and Miss Sarah Jacksen ; the dry goods table by Mrs. Harriet Wilsen and Mrs. Elizabeth Bar ber and the lunch table by Mrs. Annie Henry. The receipts were 829, an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1881

r ,, , i ii WW fa aaaBgrarvsTftiiffi-n- LANCASTER DAILY INTfiLLIGENCEK, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 188L ncaster tntelltgenccr. MONDAY BVBNINCJ, JAN. 17, 1M1- TOBACCO. THE NEW CORK MARKET. Trad Transactions In taat City Last WMk. V. S. Tobacco Journal. Oar market presented a lively appear ance and net counting the customary braggadocio sales e some of enr would-be prominent leaf brokers, the t -anactiens of the week may be credited with 3,500 cases. Twe new concerns, a Chicago leaf jobbing and a New Toik cigar miuufactu ring firm, were ameinr the heaviest investors. Al a leader, the "79 Hoasaterio figured. This tobacco which, when the season opened, sold mere readily than the '79 Pennsyl vania, has for bevcral months past been much neglected, and only new begins te loom up again in its deserved prominence. The re.is.uis. for this may 1 found, first, in the leluctaiice of holders of choice lets of '79 Pennsylvania te part with them at the present reigniuj; figures ; secondly, in the new inei...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1881

ffl) llana$te v .- M -MwnMNuMia ;:;- TjMsin,1 .' ' "s aes r ,ffe CTy i II"" - r -rs Bnteuxgrt& Velrae XYII-Ne. 118. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1881 Price Twe Cnfe. WATCUE8, JEWELBY, C. CLOIHLNU. We call attention te a tow very desirable articles at unusually low prices Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Watches at. $ 6.JI Iteya' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Sliver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladles' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.09 We call attention te our flne Movements for Ladles' Watches Full Jeweled, even In centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Bex-Joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen" IS Sire Movements Cased and Enrravcd or Monogrammed te order. apecial new line et goods b Just received, consisting or Gentlemen's Silver Box-jeInt-Cascd Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watcher ever brought te this city. We invit...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1881

m LANCASTER DAILY ISTELLIGENCEll, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 188L Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVBNINO, JAN. 18, 1881. Eleatcatary Basiaess Principles. Tlie extraordinary conduct of the man agers of the gas company leads te the suspicion that they are net quite sane ; and yet they have net been suspected of any such infirmity during their life-long residence among us. But neither have they been considered dishonest. The Messrs. Baunigardner are the gas com. pany ; the ether persons figuring with them as directors being small holders of stock and mainly ornamental in their functions. These gentlemen have en Joyed the esteem of their fellow-citizens, and the pressure upeQ them must be se vere which causes them te greatly en danger it in their management of the gas service of which they have lately secured the monopoly. They signalize their control by furnishing the citizens inferior and even noxious gas, at an in creased ce3t ; and by failing te light all the street lamps, while sending...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1881

.- LANCASTER iTAILiriOTEmOCMtTOESDAY, JAMJAR? 18, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK BEGDLAK CORliCSPO.NDKXCE At a meeting of the Columbia armory association held last evening a semi-annual dividend of four per cent, was de clared payable en February 1st at the banking house of E. K. Smith & Ce. Miss Florence Leeb, of Philadelphia, is visiting Hiss Ida Hauauer. Tlie beard of directors of the Columbia national bank have reorganized by the re election of the old officers Samuel Shech president, and Simen C. May cashier. During the last couple of days ncvera' connections have been made with the tele phone exchange. This means of com munication is iiew open te about a dozen establishments in town aud till the work is going en. All of the Columbia mem bers of the association will be taken in by the latter pait of this week, and immedi ately thereafter the work will be pushed toward Marietta and the ether distant arms of the concern. Wrightsvillc is te share the benefits, but when it will be co...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1881

i" u i. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1881. w ir Lancaster fritelligencer. TUB8DAT KVSmMO, JAN. 18, 1881. " Here DestractiTO than Reported." G. H. B." In Washington Republic. Tlie fire which destroyed Mr. Keene's Newport villa was mere destructive than at first reported. Besides the house, which cost f65t000, and pictures, plate, furniture and miscellaneous bric-a-brac worth as much mere, there was included in the general ruin what Sam Ward described as a "divine wine cellar." Uncle Sam ought te knew, for it was te his taste, judgment and experience as well as te the million aire's money it owed its existence. Among clarets, thcie were Lafittes, Lateure and Chateau Margaux beyond criticism ; the king of white wines, Chateau Yquem, of various years, and it is even whispered sad ly among men who had a hope of being asked te dine with the great speculator next summer that there were a hundred bottles of 1847, said te be the grand, an nee of the famous vineyard en ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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