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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 January 1881

JnSimMUJmKJOIiemiJLJllMaNnFJJVnSKeseB, HmAifimm9mvnttmi'amai,LLfUvuMim't'i'm'rir)mMi wpwhiw iw wi w ia i 'J-iAJuwftrtji iiiiin i yy f yj 1 1 i ya P'.. i f jettfa$te$ tuM. Yelune XYII-Ne. 129. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1881 Price Twe Celts. l-rTKtir&T&f' ih ' i WATCBE8, Wc call attention te a lew very desirable articles at unusually low prices Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Watches at $ 6.23 Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches-. 15.00 Gentlemen's Silver Heming cased Pull Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladies' 10 and 11 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.0 We call attention te our fine Movements for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, even In centre pivots, which wc will case te order in Handsome Bex-joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen's is Size Movements Cased and Engraved or Monegrammcd te order. A special ncwlineet goods is Just received, consisting of Gentlemen's Silver Bex-Joint-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. — 31 January 1881

. ,.UJJ 1KW NUl'l-LI'J"Ui'J,BW r. , . ., -. -,- -a. ' i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1881. Lancaster fnteUigencet. MONDAY EVENING. JAN. 31, 1881. Electoral Defects. The subject of greatest importance te the American people, which receives the least attention in the quarters where such attention should be had, is the rickety condition of our present illy-defined plan of electing president and vice president. The perils of 1870 and the unhappy and fraudulent deliverance from them attracted attention te this system, which it was supposed would re sult in some improvement, but se much of the succeeding time of our legislators was devoted te president-making that the defects in our electoral system were neglected, and by some happy-ge-ludy the dangers attending the recent struggle?! were averted. They are none the less liable te occur again. It is fervently te be hoped that with the two houses of Congress divided between the parties, during the next two years, some o...

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. — 31 January 1881

iawijjiwf awwMrcwiHgtaaL w j.hj 1 1 m jl jl lj" inw wwwm aurewar win '. LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENGER, MONDAY, JANVARY 31, 1681. COCKT OF COMMON PLEAS. The Case of the City Against Welcbam. This morning the second week of com mon pleas court began with Judge Patter son en the bench. In the case of David L. Witinycr for the use of Tobias II. Hcrshcy vs. Geerge Moere, the plaintiff suffered a non-suit. Pritchett, Batigk & Ce. vs. Samuel Kurtz and Jacob II. Strickler, partners as Kurtz & Ce. Judgment entered in favor of the plaintifTs for $1,3GG.09. Jehn C. Christian, for the use of -Mary A. Barcraft, Samuel K. Killc and Win. M. Runk, trading as Barcraft & Ce.,, vs. the Commonwealth Mutual fire insurance com pany. Judgement confessed for amount of plaiutifFs claim. The following cases were settled. J. W. Hummel, ct ah, executers vs. Ilcny Rupp. Cyrus Shartzcr vs. Jehn A. Brush. The Ctly Treasurer Case. The case of the city vs. Edw Welchans, suspended city treasuier, was agai...

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. — 31 January 1881

PJJUJ JIUIIJILJIULUl. U U'JJlJUM.l I1. MIW.W j.M'H'H JggaflLWJJIWl-ll. 'tWJIM Wlf Wf"H'iHM'e'"i''lj-.-i jKFwjrt'li igwmiiiiJWiftiT8Fi" fmva".,''fmtt BVlV.y-"''?!j;"' l?l " LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1881. i a jwwiww Lancaster Intelligencer. MONO AY EVENING, JAN. 31, 1881. The Cooks' Ball ana Exhibition. New Yerk Sun. Next Tuesday evcuing the annuual ball of the Ficuch cooks will take place at the Academy or Music, New Yeik. These cooks are organized into a benevolent society, and this ball, which will be the fifteenth jjiven by them, is for the benefit of the widows" and orphans" fund of that organization. But though balls may be given for phil anthropic jiuipc-es, they must appeal te hev.ething besides people's charitable im pulses te draw together great and brilliant limnr: Tl'l this Wlts' liall fleCS efier- extraeidinary attractions. The Charity ball may be fashionable and elegant. The late ball of the Cerclc de ''Harmonic was full of exhilaration, and pro...

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

eJMfflgwwtHJff MtJUieaW!wrK jgajww Tragra mMUCWSggS J. J. '. UL '. ftartfapx MV 1 Iwv Volume XVM-Ne. 130 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, FEBRUATtA 1, 1881 Price Tm Crate. M3BJU gga&HlgyjJ JT?gWWIg Sh WATCHES, . Wc call attention te a lew very desli-able articles at uiiasually low prices Uey' Silver Hunting Cased Watches at $ G.25 Ueys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches lr-.OO Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladies' 10 and 11 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.09 We call attention te our fine Movement for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, even in centre pivots, which we will case te order In nandsernc Bex-joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen's is Size Movements Cased and Knirravcd or Monegruramcd te order. A special new lincolgeods U j ust received, cousiirfir.gef Gentlemen's Silver liox-jeint-Cased Watches, the Iland&emcst Silver Watches ever brought te this city...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 February 1881

ftjniw9gttMwwujiwwijtfwaJ',' TV M LANCASTER DA1L? iXTELLl'SEISCEU TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. Hancasin t::iteihgcnccr. TUB8DAY EVKNINQ, FEB. 1, 1881. Garfield's Flans. Garfield's cabinet making is the chief topic of consideration among the politi cians of his party and the busy news paper correspondents who buzz around Menter. They seem te agree that Blaine is te be secretary of state and most likely that Allisen or James F. Wilsen will be come secretary of the treasury, which two most important positions being as signed te the syndicate of Garfield, Blaine and Allisen, the remainder of the cabinet forms a subject for speculation that is of miner interest. These two portfolios will include the assignments te foreign missions and the lucrative ami influential iwsitiens in the elaborate financial system of the country. Fer the organization of commanding political in fluence they are wertii mere than all the ether cabinet places, and Garfield can afford te dispose of the ethers as make-...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 February 1881

!&KKCtJUtnimiWMUrmtl jwgqwmww wiLam-ware BMiiraHsiEgMMK L-yrr r- Lancaster daily intelugeNcer, Tuesday, February i, issi. couiirer common pleas. IScIere Judge Patterson. Henry Seiberling vs. Samuel Myeis. This was an action brought in 18G7 by the plaint i()' te recover waves for services ren dcied the defendant, whu resides in Ve muiKville, while in Ins employ. The plain till claimed that he worked for him three months and twenty-two days. He received $41. but there was stsil owing him $12 with interest The defense .vas that the plaint ill" had worked but two mouths and twenty-eight days, and lie had been paid all that was owing him. The jury found in favor of the plaintiff for $21.70. In the case of Ann .Mary B. Kraybill and Jacob Kraybill, for the use of Ann Mary U. KYaybili, vs. AViley Brethers, a verdict was taken in favor of the defense. Frederick Wolf vs. Christian Gast, uuar dian of Jehn IJ. Shread. After this case was attached the defendant asked te amend his plea by add...

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

i.'.rT riyTr v &gMMa!LMminivmW1SSS3X!MJ&-rlCl. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1 1. .acastcr i'lurlitgencer. TUESDAY EVENING. FE. 1, 1881. A BOAT CLUB MTTY. A bntclier loved a tender maid, Te wee her were hi designs, And be sent her copies of gushing verse, In fact, real tenderloins. The girl, alas! he ceuM net suet, She would love lilm as a brother ; But when Implored te m;trry said : " Tripe, plase. and find another." The butcher still pursued the girl. His pleas became much bolder ; The girl at last, te 11 nd relief. Gave te him a cold shoulder. He knew then that his hepis were vain. But as he left her ea'.d : "Since you have caused m" such distress 111 haunch you when I'm dead." He pined and grew se thin and pale Ue tell his cturVas nigh ; But his wee was such lie did net knew Whether te liver die. He tried te drink te drown his cares. And there leund no relict. But dally grew mere woe-begene, Yeu never sausage grief. At lat his weary soul found rest,...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 February 1881

TtrgTvwg'gwy"'!'"1' STJtjje mxfate 'M V I lVV Volume XYU-Ne. 131. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1881 Price Twe Cents. sSmleLu I i WATCHES, We call attention te a tew very desirable articles at unusually low prices Beys' SUrer nunting Cased Watches at $8.25 Beys' Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Gentlemen's Sliver Hunting Cased Full Jeweled Watches. 5.00 Gentlemen's Silver Hunting Cased Stem Winding Watches 15.00 Ladles' 10 and 14 Carat Geld Hunting and Half Hunting Cased Watches at 18.00 We call attention te our line Movements for Ladies' Watches Full Jeweled, evn In centre pivots, which we will case te order in Handsome Bex-joint Monogram Cases or otherwise. Gentlemen's 13 Size Movements Cased and Engraved or Monegrammcd te order. A special new line el goods is just received, consisting of Gentlemen's Sliver Box-jelnt-Cascd Watches, the Handsomest Silver Watches ever brought te this city. Wc invite an inspection of these goods, feeling confident we can hew i...

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

.'IOb.1. jJ,, isiti-rafiiin 2Li LANCUSTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1881. V i Lancaster -gntefegencgc. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 2, 1881. Spurious Civil Service Reform. It is very hard te believe that Mr. Hayes is actuated by any high considera tions of sincere1 civil 'service reform in his recent appointments for "Sew Yerk state, wherein he displaces Mr. Conk Cenk ling's friends of acknowledged fitness and supplies their places with Mr. Conkling's enemies of conspicuous unfitness. This, however, has been Mr. Hayes's conception of civil service reform all along, and these fresh illus trations of it only attract attention be cause they are furnished en the eve of a new administration, the extent of whose sympathy with Mr. Hayes's political ideas is a matter of curious concern te their party. If Mr. Hayes is acting at Garfield's instance in thus attempting te break down Ceukling's influence, it ferciwdes .stormy weather. If he is dis posed, as is mere probable, te get o...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 February 1881

"Tirr ri- -- LAIfOJLSraB DJlELY INTSIIGICCGR, WEDNESDAY' FEBRTJAKY, 2, 1881. . .,-M-. . Jv.,. -- h I i COLUEa WEDDING. Large and IJnlliant Party at Capt. Henry ISHckciiucricr'n. Yesterday was the eOtli anniversary of the marriage of Captain Henry IJIicken derfer aud wife, and in commemoration of the event a grand party was ;iven at their residence, Ne. U14 North Queen fctreet, this city. The arrangements were made under the direction of the children and grandchildren of the "old folks" and re flect great credit upon then1.. The parlors ' were elaborately decorated with festoons and wreaths of evergreen and bouquets of elegant flowers. The evergreens were brought from Kcrlis county by Captain Blickenderfcr's sen-iir-law, Emanuel Wcidlcr, and among the floral tributes was a magnificent basket of flowers aud grasses, with the figures "."JO" in delicate flowers en top, presented by Mr. Levin Krausc, of Bethlehem, Pa., who was pres ent when Capt. Bliclccudcrfer was mar ried fifty years a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1&L Lancaster fntellificncer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEB. 2, 1881. "Electric Oil." A Handsome Prelit ma Bucket of Bed Leineaade. A street "fakir" or Tender of nostrums succumbed te the recent wintry weather, and fogged a bed a night or two age at a Washington station house. A reporter for the Star interviewed him as he was warm ing his feet at the stove before retiring te his couch, and get the following story from him, which may have mere than a local moral. lie said : "I can tell you a rather funny story about mv experience here in the fall of 1879. I think it was the most amusing I ever had. I was out te the Keckville lair helping a fellow who ran a ' hit me hard ' machine, two strikes for five centsanda cigar every time the jumper went up te 100. Business was pretty geed, my divvy ' being 11 for the two days I was there. As the fair was closing I noticed that a fellow who had kept a lemonade stand had nearly a bucket full of ...

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. — 3 February 1881

M KStSm 3af A. I i i lattfate K'KX' Volume XYH-Ne. 132. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1881 Price Twe Cnte. m WATCHES, EDW. J. ZA.HM, Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, - Lancaster, Pa. Tilings in our stock that wake Beautiful and Durable Christmas Gilts. WATCHES, . DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, JEWELRY, GOLD BRONZES, GOLD HEAD CANES, GOLD THIMBLES, SILVER HEAD CANES, SILVER THIMBLES, OPERA GLASSES. GOLD PENS AND PENCILS, HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES, GOLD BRONZE SMOKING SETS, PINE CIGAR SETS, BACCARET VASES. AM. TIJKSK AND MANY MORE AT ZAHM'S CORNER. LANCASTER, PA. VZOTUIJiW. GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GBAHD IAEK DOWI AT GMTEE HAIL Will be sold in sixty days TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te cost. Hew is your time te secure a geed Suitet Clothing for very little money, Ruudy-iuadc or liutle te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youths and Eeya. Meii'd Dress Suite, Men's 15usinc-s Suits, Youths' Suits in every sty...

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. — 3 February 1881

y LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. THUE8DAY EVENING, FEB. 3, 1881. Ineffective Silence. The Lancaster Examiner .studiously refrains from saying anything conceiv ing the action of the grand jury in ignor ing the indictments preferred against the late clerk of the county prison for de frauding the county in that capacity ; notwithstanding the fact that the evi dence laid before the grand jury, for the commonwealth, as. published by us, makes out the clear case of prima facie guilt which alone was lequired te de mand a true bill from the grand jury ; and notwithstanding, further, that the managing editor of the Exam ine? was a nieinber of the grand jury, and that he was one of the twelve who voted te ignore the indictment, as ap pears fiem the vote new made public. We say that in pieerving this silence, especially after its attention has been called pointedly lv us te this case of great public wieng. the Examiner fails in its duty, and ...

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 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKTELIIGENCEIt, THURSDAY FEBRUABY, 3, 1881. THE PRIMARIES. General Nomination) for Scheel Directors and Ward Officers en lietli Sides. Beth parties. Democratic and Republi can, held their meetings last night for making general nominations from which te select en Saturday evening the tickets te be voted for at the ensuing municipal election. DEMOCRATIC NOJIi NATIONS. Sclieul Directors. The following names were placed in nomination in the several wards : Henry E. Slayniakcr, Dr. Henry Carpenter, William A. Morten. Elim G. Snyder, A. Z. RingH-all, Alexander Hani--, Jeseph Schinid, Jehn Rese, Jehn Ochs. Cel. Edward McGevcin, Willam A. Shultz, Edw. Leydcn, Jacob J'entz. "Wm. lluber. Philip Dinkleberg. A. J. Snydei? First Ward. Common Council Gee. AY. Ib-own, S. K. Lichly, Jehn 1 Keith, Jehn A. Shehcr, Wm. McCemsey. Constable .Jehn H. 1'rewn. Assessor Jacob Reese, Jehn Slaugh. Inspector Tlice. Trout. Srculid Waril. Common Council David MeMiilIen, Win. J. Ferduey, Jehn Ilel...

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

amjMKAjMu)flemaa6g3."i ' !' v.' WM.MJt 3KTstESE5mfz2z r'TtttfrMrtrt ifcifSTjC MTri Ifcn rB"B"MjrW W Tlw "tfin i y . ,.' m mm&Mmlft f LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGEK, THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 188. fridncaste: intelligencer. IHUESDAY EVENINQ, FEB. 3, 1881. SLKIUUIN. Fer Hie Intelliecsckk. 'Iwm last night I took Sallie a-slcighin.', And the moon was a shinin' se clear. That I thought it was brightened up extra, Just te shine upon me and my dear. And my Gallic set dote up beside me. And no star in the sky was se bright As her eyes that were sparklln' with pleasure, Or a semethin', that gave 'em a light And her mitten -e confoundedly temptin'. With I'm sure a most innocent charm, On her little short hand was a-lyin' Xeta h.df inch away from my arm. Ami my heart I fcltswellin' within me," Till it burslvd right out at my lips, And the light in the eyes of my darlin'. Was shut in by their lasher,' eclipse. Wlien I told her my love in the sleigh there, While tliu bells an accompaniment i Ing,...

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

zazs&azziz (M)Z yma$tel VllAVV sssss Volume XTO-Ne. 133. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18S1 Price Twe Cmts. VLOTIILSa. JOHN WANAMAKER. :e:- DRY GOODS FOR JANUARY If yen cannot viil the c-ily, send te us by postal canl ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE LIST. We till orders by letter from every State and Territory at same prices charged etnlemciN who visit the store, and allow -ainc privilege of return. The block includes Dress (J001I-, silk-,, Laee, Fancy Goods, :uil g.-neral outfits. Thi-i is the particular season in which te get ami prepare HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS Sheetings, Pillow Muterlals, Linens, Napkins, Towels, &c. It is also the season for Ladles' I'nderwcar. The Grand Depot contains the greatest variety ofgeods In one establishment In the United .States, and exchanges or refunds money for things that de net suit, upon exam ination at home. CLOIHLSU. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, Ptaladelphia. GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. OVERCOATS! Closing out at ag...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, FEBRUARYS 1881. Jlancastcr Intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1881. The Silent Journal Speaks. The Examiner gives a half column of its space te a correspondent te exclaim bitterly against the Xew Era editer-bc-cause he published the vote of the grand jury en the Tripple indictments and ac knowledged that lid had gene " te some trouble te get it." The coirespendent declares that the grand juror who dis closed his vote deliberately committed perjifry, and that the editor who went ' te some trouble "te get him te de it is equally guilty in the eye3 of the law because " the punishment of an accessory is the same punishment that is meted out te a princip.il."' Wc greatly fear that tliis. critic is net a disinterested ob server of the Xrw Era editor's course. He manifests his feeling .somewhat im prudently. In fact it is apparent enough that the Examiner editor is himself masquerading as it.s cei respondent. As he was en the grand jury he may have...

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

LAN6ABTER DAILY EmSLHaKTCEfc, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , 1881. high school building, se arranged that the school apparatus could he placed in the lower part and the books in the upper part, but the reorganization of the committees had taken the matter out of the hands of the property committee and pl.iced it in charge of the committee en school furni ture and apparatus. These cases could he se arranged as te be suitable depositories for" the archives of the beard, and render the purchase of a safe unnecessary. He moved that the committee en furnituie and apparatus be instructed te have made the necessary cas.es for Prof. IJuchrlc's and Prof. McCaskey's rooms. The motion was agreed te and the com mittee w. s discharged from the Anther consideration of the matter of a safe. Mr. Samson, from the night j-choel com mittee, reported that the colored niirht school had bees: opened as directed by the beaid at last meeting. The monthly report of the city supciin tendent was read as fellows : LAXCAST...

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

, 1. - -r . i f. LANCASTER DAILY INTEIXIGENGER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 188 Lancaster intelligencer. FS1DAY EVENING, FEB. 4, 1881. Amusement Seles. The Points of the Shew Season. Pat Rceacy will have a big house. El Nine Eddie, tbe rope walker, has gene te Mexico. "Hebe," the mother of the baby ele phant, will recover. Emma Thursby is making a concert tour through Aiistiia. Salvini tfive Campiuini, JIaplcsen's tenor, instructions in the art of acting. Itcmciiyi lias a wife and two children iu Hungary. "Hazel Kiike" will be given here by an excellent company. " The ;rnlligans' Silver Wedding " will be Ed. llrrigan's next. A -rues Leenard is reported te have lest $1G,009 se far this .season. Alice Athcrten (Mrs. Willie Edeuin) became the mother of a new seu recently. The IJarnuin Londen show is having 2.000 advertising sheets cngiaved. All the floral tributes given te Gerster aic sent by her direction te the hospitals. Celliers company appear iu Hernellsville, X. Y.. te-night. They open i...

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