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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 February 1881

rrrrsr - 33)j pwiefi VllAVV Volume XVH-Ne. 134. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1881 Price Twe Cents. fmleuaffl cletulxu. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS- If you cannot visit tlie city, send te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE LIST. We 1111 orders by letter fiem every Statu and Territory at same prices charged customer who visit Hie store, and allow same privilege of return. The stock Includes Diess Goods, Mlks, Luce-, Fancy Goods, and gcner.il wutfits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GBEAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAM) IAEK DOWI AT CENTRE HALL. Will be sold In si.y days TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH et HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te criL New is your time te -eeurc a geed Suitet Clothing fervcry little money, Ueudy-in.ide or Hade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GBEAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youth', and Ilevs. Men's Dress Suits, Men's Kii-ine-s buits. Youths,' Suits In every style. Heys' Clet hlnsf, a very Chelec Vai iety. 43 Don't bill te call and -ccuri: sonic e...

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 February 1881

n LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1881. V ILancastct hxttlhqmtcz. SA.TURDAY.EVENING, FEB. 5, 1881. Teaching the Leaders. The name of Jehn Hunter has finally bsen put en the Democratic ticket in Philadelphia by the party authorities, but only after the Democratic sentiment had been se fully developed as te compel it. Mr. Vaux and Mr. McGrath inter change letters in which they yield te the necessity of the case, while growling ever what they cheese te think the demoralized state of, the Democracy which leads it te surrender its principles for the sake of success. In talking th'us these gentlemen talk nonsense. They would net be guilty of it but for the ob vious and mortifying realization that they hav.e made a great mistake in polit ical judgment. Their charge against the party in Philadelphia is net true. The Democratic party there lias done it self great honor by declaring se strongly for Hunter, and it lias made no sacrifice of party organization, nor given any ...

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 February 1881

HUMMUajaBaajVHL.WtU'.uUfciJ'gBBSMg 'w'ay?Wff,Myw-urry" LANeASHmiDAiXY fifrapjaaiNeEfc, Saturday, February 5, issi. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK UCGUt.AU CUKIlESPO.NWKXUK Rev. J. V. Eckert, of this place, will officiate in the Bethany Lutheran church at Millersville te-morrow afternoon at two m o'clock. Miss Mamie Kunkel, of Ilarrisburg, Pa., who bad been visiting Mrs. Henry Bletz for a couple of weeks past, left here for her borne this morning. A break occurred yesterday in the main water pipe en "Walnut street, between Second and Third streets. Breaks in this immediate locality have become frequent of late. Miss Annie Uitner, of Lancaster, Pa., is visiting Miss Maggie Wilsen. Sir. Abram Brunei- will be. a candidate for school director in the Second ward at the ward meeting te be held next week. Mr. Brunei- is a Republican and he has te compete with him for the nomination, Mr. P. S. Brttgii, the druggist. Beth are geed men. Isaac P. Walker and family, of Chester county, are visiting the famil...

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. — 5 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGE1I, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1881. ticastet intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 6, 1881. TWO SONNETS. JJV EOWARO A. CIICBCII. I. " 1XD THERE WAS ITO MORE SEA." Shall there be no mere sea In tliat fair place Toward which our purer aspirations tend? Oh Sear, hew ceuld'st thtm from an inland send Such thought te nor thy heavenly vision's grace. While Ocean stand tliee in the very tace ! Ne sea! Ne deeps where gloom and sunlight blend, Xe billewn laughing at the breezes' chase, Xe chime of waves upon the pebbly shore, Xer breakers' crash nor lossef .-billing spray I Xe moonlit calm nesplendid tempests rear. When the great Heeds their awful music pour Te loud ri-s-uiiding elilis and beaches gray! Oh, ifin Heaven shall Ocean be no mere. Frem .sca-blc-scd Karth take net my soul uu'ay. 11. " r 11 T.'IUIK SHALL UK NO JJJOUT 1UKK1." Istheiune night in Heaven? Dees endless ilay Reign in the streets of geld, the seale-s land? At neon ierever de the dills stand? Dees n...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1881

-j amjci mmmk -p . P-.TM. . lania$te Volume XVH-Ne. 135. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, FEBEUAHY 7, 1881 Price Tire Oiti, ffl) VLOTHINU. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit tlie city, send te us by postal card ier HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE LIST. We fill orders by letter from every Slate ami Territory nt same prices charged customers who visit tlie store, and allow same privilege of return. The stock include lMcsrtUoeds, .Silks, LuceH, Fancy Goods, and general eutllN. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAHD IAEK DOW AT CEITEE HALL. Will bu sold in sixty days TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH f HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without, regard te cel. New is your time te secure a geed Suit of Clothing for very little money, Ready-Hindu or ..lade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youth-, and ISuys. Men's Dress Suits, Men's Itusinc Suits, Youths' Suits in every style. Heys' Clothing, a very Choice Variety, 9'jjr Don't fail te cull and .secure some ...

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 February 1881

PMMinfM trjKawsrsss :J.; emtBiftiWHff; LANCASTER DAILI INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1881. Eanrastec lutdUgencct. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 7, 1881. Xebcdy Wants Him. General Mahone does net find it easy te ride two horses at once. He was a distinguished cavalry officer during the rebellion and since then has been seeking te make cavalry tactics effective in civil pursuits. They de net seem te be adapted te them : at least the general lias net had distinguished success in his efforts. He took held of the railroad running out from Norfolk, and shortly had a consoli dation of reads under him extending te Bristel in southwest Virginia. The Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohie railroad, being administered by him, as presi dent, en cavalry tactics, after a few campaigns was captured by the foreign bondholders, and Gen. Mahone, who had fought them into the last ditch, was adrift and without an occupation. Naturally he went into the inviting field of politics and in his eening dashes, as leader...

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 February 1881

fTSSS3SSaBaE42 LANCASTER DAILY IKTELUGENCER MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1881. l. jKjgMma"a5JCJ TWO SUDDEN DEATHS. One Frem Heart IMseasc The Otlier Frem a Fall. Ou Saturday night a young man named Jeseph Eierman, aged 22 years, dropped dead in the bar-room of Lucas Fritz's hotel, St. Jeseph street. The circumstances, as developed at a coroner's inquest, are substantially as fol fel fol eows: Eierman, who has for some time been affected with heart disease, was at the saloon, of Martin Kempf, Poplar street, at an earlier hour in the evening, and while there a quarrel arose between two men named Andrew Gerz and James Eichler, during which the latter drew from his neckct a pistol and threatened te sheet Gcrz. Gerz seized the pistol and took it from Eichler, discharged the leads it contained, and put the new harmless weapon into his pocket. Eierman, who was net in any way engaged in the dis pute, left Ivcmpfs and walked ever te Fritz's which is net far off. Gerz also seen went te Fritz's and was...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1881. -Oleaster i-McIU'gcnrcr. MONDAT EVENING, FEB. 7, 1881. Tobacco. The Neiv Yerk Market Seed Lear ami Havana. United Staler Tobacco Journal. The market is stiff. Notwithstanding the large number of failures in the trade, holders of '79 tobacco believe they will obtain big prices ami profit in the future. A belief in the 1 ruth of the adverse reports eftlie condition of the S0 Pennsylvania crop appears te have taken firm root. No body in need of tobacco during this year or next, j-ec:ns willing te give these reports the benefit of the doubt. Manufacturers mean te be sine of the supply of leaf, and net trust te probabilities. The consequence is they are buying "79 leaf willingly, if net isigerly, and quite a rise in juices is per ceivable. Jobbers, however, are mere cautious. Te buy 'Til leaf at present prices is hazardous ler them. The small inanufuc tuicr who has te pay them a profit cannot make any money en the tobacco, and con ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 February 1881

"WfSSMUMMtaM OTwum t lana$te K'XXkX'X' Volume XTO-Ne. 136. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. Price Tire Grate. KStKi i A. i I m CLOTHZXO. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit tlie city, bend te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE LIST. We fill orders by letter from every State and Territory at same prices charged customers who visit the store, and allow same privilege of return. Tbe stock includes l)u:a Goods, Silk, l.acet, Fancy Goods, nnd general outfits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAM MARK DOWI AT CEITRE IALL. Will Le sold in sixty days TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te cost. New is your time, te secure a geed Suit of Clothing for very little money, Rcady-mu.dc or .Hade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youths nnd Reys. Mch'm Drcs Suits, MenV Ilusinevj Suits, Youths,' SulW in every style. Beys' Clothing, a very Choice Variety. S Don't lull te call and s...

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 February 1881

7 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. Lancaster intelligence;. TU2RDAY EVENING, FEB. 8, 1881. A Sham Union. Mr. Jay Gould makes fine premises in belialf of the united telegraph compa nies. He proposes te make telegraphing cheap and te embrace the world in the operations of his company. Unfortunate ly Mr. Gould's reputation for veracity is bad. ITe never tells the truth when it is inconvenient te de se; and the only way of judging him is te determine his interest and construe his language ac cording te it. And te us it seems that if Mr. Gould really did desire te intro duce cheap telegraphing,and has the am bitien and the means te extend it ever the world. lie would notstarteut by buy ing a company at a price four times greater than its intrinsic value ; but he wmld ln'gin en the ground and seize the commanding advantage of duplicating the lines of his competitor at a cost se much less that he could earn a dividend for Ins new company, while the old one was kept ...

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. — 8 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OCK KEGULAK COKKLSPONOKN'-K jpW. B. Given, ciq., is visiting at Phila delphia te-day. The Democratic cenfeiees have agreed upon Jaeeb Sneath for chief burgess. A fight took place last evening in the opera beuse while Pat Roeuey's perform ance was being given. The performance was interrupted for a few minutes. Ise arrests. The "darks" had a grand row yester day and a law .suit before Justice Fi. ink this morning. "W. "W. Upp's overcoat was stolen from the Harrisbarg express west at Lancaster last night. The panics who .stele it arc known and Mr. Upp premises them trouble if it is net returned. The Pat Uoeney combination gave a performance in the opera house last even ing. The music, and the high kicking of one of the members of the company, ;ue said te have been geed, ceptieu of these features, the performance is regarded as being below the average. An order was last evening read te com pany H, dishonorably disch...

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. — 8 February 1881

agsaw LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. icastcc i-ntelitgencer. j' "VtW. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 8, 1881. Popular Hayings Abent Doffs. The Queen. An Eufrlisninari says, "If you cannot bits, never show your teeth," or "don't bark if you can't bite," while the Scotch say, " great barkens are nae biters." We also say, " what, keep a deg and bark my self?" These need no explanation, and the same is true te ethers, sueh as "any stick will de te beat a deg," " give a deg a bad name, and hang him," "it is easy te find a stick, te beat a deg," and " when a deg is drowning every one offers him drink." On the same principle of giving te these who de net want, we are told that every one bastes the fat deg, while the lean one burns. Of course, a hungry deg will cat dirty pudding. It is a bad deg that deserves no crust, and, "it is useless te tie up a deg with a chittcrliug." The French language is sinmiiarly pro lific in sayings about dogs. A geed deg never barks amiss, bu...

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. — 9 February 1881

- .-J ,T s-.rv 'tfcgCIrW'l'H'",wlW'PWI'. ilMtW'l'WV.iirwMW-.-.- laitfa Folerne XVH-Ne. 137. LANCASTER, PA., uWEDjTOSDAY, FEBRLAHY 9, 18S1 Price Twe Cents. Hi W - -,s .. . - czoxuza'e.; JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send te us by postal card ler IIOUSEKEEPKK'S PlilCE LIST and UNDERWEAK PIUCE LIST. We fill orders by letter from every .Stale nml Territory at same price. charged customers who visit tUe store, and allow -nir.c privilege of return. Tlie stock includes Diesa Goods, Silks, Lace--, Fancy Goods, nnd general outfits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAM MARK DOWI AT CEITRE HALL. Will he st.ld In sixty days TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS WOKTII of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te cr.it. New is your time te yccurca geed Suilei Clothing for very little money, lleady-ii.adc or -lade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Yeu tl wand Heyt. Men's Dress Suits, Jlcn'i llu-ine-s Willis, Youth'.' Suits in every style. Heys' Clothin...

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. — 9 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1883. Hanrasttt Intelligence;;. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 9, 1881. Fer the ext Congress. The next two years will certainly be favorable time for the dispassionate and unpartisan consideration in Congress of certain questions of vast importance con cerning our economic interests. The questions immediately growing out of the war are pretty well settled. Our finances are en solid feeling and net subject te any likely derangement. The Heuse will be Republican, but by a very slender majority ; the .Senate will be Democratic, but by an equally narrow margin : even if party lies did net rest mere loosely than for many years pre vious, the even balance of the parties in Congress, and the nice division of legis lative power between them, would dis courage partisan legislation for partisan ends. The situation of the party leaders just new will render the next two years at least comparatively free from disturb ance by the president-making .sch...

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. — 9 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9,. 1881. COUKT OF COMMON' I'LEAS. Before Judge Livingston. David "W. Patterson, assignee in bank ruptcy of Bernard Sheit, v.s. the Mutual fire insurance company of Chester county. This was an action for damages. The tes timony for the plaintiff showed that in 1874 Bernaid Sheit owned a farm in Mar tic when he insured his buildings in the defendant's company, as fellows : $1,000 en -dwelling heufcc, $2,0-10 en the bain and S3j en the heg-ncn. Ii tiie year line Short became bankrupt and I). "W. Patter son, esq., became bis assignee. In that year $300 of an additional insurance was effected en the barn and $300 en the stock. On August 31, 1878, the barn buiucd. The policy stipulated that the insurance company could cither pay the amount of the insurance or lebuild the building destroyed. Seme time after the fiic, when the assignee had effected anangemcnts te build a new bain, the company contracted te erect a new barn in place of the o...

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. — 9 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTEIXIGENGEK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1881. -.caster intelligencer. WECNS3DAY EVENING. FEB. 9. 1881. iiiC B)--i Sled. ed, row, Connecticut's Colossal Deuble-Kipper Urajdilcally Described. The Bridjjepeit Standard in a iccent issue Miys : ' Norwich aud New Londen seem te think they own the champion deuble-iunneis in the state. Pooh ! 1 ooh . BridjjeiHthas tinned out a deubleiunner 4i. ;.,- r,.r.t imi.r iv!iii-1i ran and has earned thirty-two men, acraiiiK WO pounds apkc, or 4,800 pounds. The sled was built by Julian II. Stexlinjj, " ma,ic of f,h. twelve inches wide and one and one-half inches thick, has lests for the feet i mining the whole length, and wings ever the front sled te pietcct the diess fiem the fifth wheel. Hound handles also urn along the .sides te held en by. A tiuss similar te these under drawing loom -.us .strength ens the nietl sulUcienily te carry any weight !... .!. !.. needful. It has a brake se pewciful that by pulling a small ring at tacked te t...

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. — 10 February 1881

afia3ta8 Volume XVIJ-Xe. 138 LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1881 Price Twe Ctnte. k i gHKiyw ji lllllllllrlli ri - mm JH.ff I W J P LJJt V y 4&-r CLernixa.; JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send te us by postal cani for HOUSEKEEPER'S I'ltiCK EISTand UNUEUWEAKl'KKJK LIST. We fill orders by letter from every Slate ami Territory at same prices dialed cu-toinci--wlie visit tlic store, ami allow -aine j)rivilf; efretunj. Tlie stock includes DiesstSoed--, vilks, I.uec-, Fancy Uoedn, and general outfit-'. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GUAM) IARK DOWN AT CENTRE HALI, Will In; bold in hity .lays TEX TIIOI SANH HOJ.I.AUs WOKTII ei HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regnrd te cel. Xew is your tine money, Ueudy-iinidu or .ilailc te Order. OVERCOATS IN GKTC AT VATUETY, Fer Men. Youth-an. 1 Itoye. Men's I)res Suit-;. Men'- llu-inc---. Seil-, Youth' Suit- in every style. Bey.-' Cletliiu:;, u very Choice Variety. Sf Don't full te call J. nd s...

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

LANCASTER DAIIA7 1NTKLL1GES0ER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENINQ, FEB. 10, 1881. The Contest at Harrisburg. Senater Cameren is quite tee ebsti. nate a man te have consented te the withdrawal of his candidate for senator, if he could any longer have held his force te his support. It has been a very heavy business te held it se steady se long, and the interposition of Mr. Garfield made it impossible. The Cameren in terest would be best served by keeping the senatorial seat vacant, but as that is net possible, obviously the next best movement is te dictate the man who shall Jill it ; and te make sure that lie shall be a friend and net :m enemy. The with drawal of Oliver is a Cameren retreat ; Willi a body of devoted followers, attend ing him into his .second line of entrench ments. Sufficient in number te prevent the election of anyone by the Republi cans of the Legislature, whom they de net accept, they may still control the situation and elect a f...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELIIGENCER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1881. COL'UT OF COMMON I'I.EAS. Before Judge Livingston. The case taken up in the afternoon was that of D. W. Patterson, as assignee in bankruptcy of Uernaru Short, vs. the Mutual tire insurance company of Chester county. This is an action te i ceevcr en a policy of insurance taken out in the de fendant's company hy Bernard Sheitin 1874. The first testimony offered was the proof of the president's and secretary's signatures te the policy. The policy was hen elfered in evidence. It was dated October 17, 1874, and was objected te en the ground that it was issued te Sherr.ninc months after he had been declared a bank rupt, and it could net have been any part of the property which was transferred te his assignee by whom this suit is brought. The plaintiff then pre veil the transfer of the policy te I). W. Patterson and again offered it in evidence. The defendant again objected, en the ground that if this was an individual transfer, th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEIXIGENGER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1881. TiAl-, .acagtct intelligencer, i 21EDICAL. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 10, 1881. cabin niiLoserur. J. A. SfACOX. JeW turn ilc back-Jeg ober, dare an' pull your steels up higher. An' watch dat 'possum coekln' In tie skillet by tie lire; Lemmc spread my legs out en de bricks te make my leelin's Hew, An' I'll grin' you out a r.tc" or two, te take be- ler' you go. New, in dese busy wukin' day.-, tleya changed the scrlptcr fashions, An' you needn't leek te inir.tkuu te furnish you wM rations; New, when you'd wantin' leaves e' bread, you get te go and fetch 'em, An' cfjeu's wantin' ll.-lies, you mus' dig your wum an' ketch 'en. ; Fer you kin put it down assartinthat Hie time is long gene by, When .-a-sages an' later used 10 rain fuui out i! -It v! HOSTETTEKS CELEBRATED TMACH BITTERS it kccrlully, and put it te jilan is gin'ully Efyeu think about tiie t-s'. You'll diski vcr dat tiie sales de lies', ' Et you stumble mi a hornet-,' lie.-...

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