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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 February 1881

je ywtfas LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1881 Price Twe Ctltfc Volume XYII-Ne. 131) a WKKKKf1 AAvAAM 1 ;V' A- VLOTiiLsa.; JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS FOR JANUARY If you cannot viitt the city, i-end te u-s by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PItlCE LIST ami UNDEUWEAUPKICK LIST. We till orders by letter from every State and Territory at same prices charged customers who visit the Ptere, ami allow name privilege of return. The stock includes Dies tioeds, Silks, Luce-, Fancy Goods, and general outfits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAM HARK DOWI AT CENTEE HALL. Will be sold in sixty days TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te cost. New is your time te st-furea geed Suit el Clothing for very little money, Ready-made or Made te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youth-, ami Reys- Men's Dies Suits, McuV Kiimiics Suits Youths Suits in every Ktyle. ltev' Clothing, a very Choice Variety. - Don't tail te call 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. — 11 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 188. akmcastn; Intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 11, 1881. A Serpeul's Trcil. Pennsylvania soil Jias had the distinc tion of being pressed by the feet of Jay Gould, who has been te Philadelphia te arrange with the Pennsylvania railroad concerning its telegraph service ; at ! least se it was given one. Mr. Gould i said te have declared that he would fix up the matter with that company ' that quick," with aii accompanying snap of Iiis fingers; and this is recorded as a wonderful illustration of Mr. G&alds magic power; though it does net zen: te have been a .herculean task, consides censides ingthe fact that Mr. Gould controls ncv the two telegraplicempanies which werr lately competing for the Pennsylvania railroad's business. Indeed there was .se little need for the presence of Mr. Gould te arrange a fight which had ceased te be a fight by reason of the union of the contestants, ths we conclude that he was in Philadelphia en eth...

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 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1881. eempanies,:tml citizens interested, are cor dially invited te the dedication, and will nuet at council chambers te-morrow even ing at 7:30. sharp, whence they will be es corted with the invited guebts of the State association, led by the city band, te the Humane hall. Tilt.- Union Fair. There was a jioeil attendance at the Union fair at Roberts ' hall lafet evening. Mrs. E. Skeber, who was president of the Union fair of l8C'j, last iiisilit presented the fair with a beautiful fruit cake. Mr.. S. J. Peel presented a fine large sponge cake. Wm. IJrady jircsentcd a line carv ing knife, and a number of acceptable ar tides were presented te the lunch table. Several ai tides were chanced off. A fine braided pillow-sham was wen by Henry Gerlnrt; a shade of lilies by A. M. Fct'i sterniacher. of Millersvillc; and a pretty fruit cake by Mary Sperling. rircinMis Meeting Te morrow evening the delegates of the different fire companies iu t...

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. — 11 February 1881

MtetMWGaek&n LANCASTER DAILY DiXLLLIGENGEU, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1881. Uncaster litteiiigcncer. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 11, 1881. THE INFANT'S FIRST rKAYEK, BT X'K3. KiLBrnx. Fer the IirrEixiGExcEE. When bending at Ills mother's knee, Te learn te lisp bis Earliest prayer, Belt u a dew drop, en UU head Gently there falls a truant tear ; Net of regret or grief beget, But born of ineaiery, hope and joy An 1 silent prayer, te rnsrey's scat. Fer blessings en her infant boy. Back te the scene of carllc-t year.,. Te when te ' Jcaus, meek ami mild,1 She prayed beseechingly that He Would ".leek upon a little child," Her memory lllca: and then herseul. Full et'suppliant fervor, pKadi " Fergive him all his treii)as-je3, Deliver him from evil deed." The child. In innocent itmaze, Steps In bis halt said tutored prayer, And asks : " Mamma, why de you weep, And what lias made you shed three tears?" ' Nothing, my boy," .-he u.uiclc replies, ' That you have done te-day or said. Eut Oh : my heart wa...

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. — 12 February 1881

mmm jt 'ill BEImldJug ZMjtd$ tuM. Volume XY1I Ke. UO. LANCASTER, PA.; SATU11DAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1881 Price Twe Cents. m cLOWixa.; JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send te in li postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S I'UK E LIST anil UNDEUWEAIt PKICE I.HT. We Sill e rile is by letter ft ein cv y Mate and Territory at same pi ices chaiged custeincis who visit the stoic, ami allow .i piivtlegc et return. The stock iiiclmlci l)n s Oetid-, IIIv-, l.-ites. Fancy Goods, ami geneial eutiil-1. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GEMD MARK DOWtf AT CEITRE HALL. Will iiu'-wlil in Ui dajsTEN THOt'sAND DOLLARS WORTH el HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without leguril te iGt. Xevv is veui time te s. men sjoeil Suit el Clothing let ly little money, Heady-made cu i.ule te Older. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youths ami l!ey Jlcn'ij Itnss'siiit-i, style. BnvV Clothing, si v ry Choice V.eiety. t&" Don't luil te tall ami secuic snmuel tin MYERS & Xe. 12 EAST KIXU 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. — 12 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY lOTELLlGEJSCER SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1881. Hancastct ftitciUgcncee. SATURDAY EVENING. FEB. 12, 1881. A Mixed Company. A distinguished Republican patriot has just had an ovation in New Yerk, in a dinner at Delmenico's, said te be paid for by himself and presided ever by Mr. Grant, at which many of the distinguish ed Republicans of New Yerk were pre sent ; and the unanimous sentiment was expressed that the guest or host of the evening was a jelly geed fellow. It was Mr. Dersey, heretofore known te the country as a carpet-bagger from Ver mont, who was returned te the United States Senate from Arkansas. He has net had the reputation of a saint. We believe it is net claimed for him. The pretext for honoring him en this occa sion was that he had done ellicient ser vice for the Republican party in the October election in Indiana and the No vember election in New Yerk. The jar ticular character of his service was net detailed ; but the conviction was evi- dently entertained...

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. — 12 February 1881

T .-,... gg rr, it -?--M3i--- rr "rf-gg; , , - ,, -. T' ' " J - - ,,'TTmi LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12. 1881. COUKT OF COr.IMON PLEAS Before Judge Livingston, lu the case of G. A. Greve vs. Christian Ilcrslicy, owner or reputed ev.iier.nn.l Win llogentegler, contractor, the jury rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for "47. 04. By a mistake in the making up of the paper yesterday it was stated that this case had hcen settled. It was the case of the fire company vs. .Sealer and Grubs which was settled. Ilcnrv S. Heir vs. Jlenry il. iiarniMi, executer'- of Michael Harninh and James' ivcemcr, en a mechanics" hen te recover a balance of 81,500 which the plaint ill" al leges te he due him for the construction of a tobacco wart-house for the defendants en the ground of Kcemer, in West Willow. 1'equea township. The plaintiffs testi meny showed that in 1H7" KVemcr & Jehn Ilarnish purchased the properly en which the -warehouse was aftcv.irds erected. At the ...

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. — 12 February 1881

j Hm, " ' TW - wt Pf'W ' P" 'M-!U'-rvJj!iJiafca,.i.. . . I, I -' i -I-H - iS.i.11 . , ;rn,',i , ,. ,, , i- 1WWWU ma "' " ' "'""" i Hi win i ii i - i i i i i i aeMe . ,,..,,... Ml .. .." , : ; rrrT" " " " ' " tn- n. iv . r--T' '-"- TT- '? "Tr- - - . .,. -. -,-,: .., . .-.. .. - . ... i -r-r -n rr -Mrn-n-,.1 - .- . " ' r -i M Afc-fcl'T, JfJT . LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1881. vitficaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 12, 1881. Thirty Years in Juil. Ami After that Time a Movement te Itclcase the Imprisoned Man. Mr. K. B. Stout, an aged citizen of Cin cinnati has left for Columbus te petition the governor for the pardon of Ferdinand Seitz, whom a jury of which Stout was a member sent te the penitentiary for life, thirty -three years age. Scitz was then a young man of 2e. lie had fallen in love with Kalriua Addam, a comely German gii I, en licitway from Germany here, and after their arrival asked the father for her hand. The old man refused. Seitz and t...

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

r-ffiwS3LM&" 7Wm Wf3MsanjagajnJC?WS&X ggujiJTBuar! Sujje Ibrctes l 'VAAAAI A 1 M? ii iir 1-- u III n Ml M f- ! - " .".j ... '' -i JHHfcgi i, laf A icef Mir '-;MaK;'5:. u I Til I I it?Qc?lJCX Wr-r' II I I I Volume XVII Ne. Ul. CLOTUMXa.' JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send te us by postal card ter HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE list inn! u.vderwear price mst. We All orders liy letter from every .Stale and Territory at same prices charged customer. who visit the store, mid allow .same privilege of return. The stock Includes Diess:oeds,Silks, Laces, Fancy Ceeds, and general eullits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GMETO 1AEX D0WJ? AT CEITEE HALL. Will upheld in sixty days TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te a. I. New is your lime te s.euica geed Sail el clothing for very lillln money, Ucady-inade or Made te Order. OVEKCOATS IN GllKAT VA1UETY, Fer Men. Youths and Rr.,,. Men's Dress Suits, .Men's Easiness Su...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 February 1881

Jj,iy-rgsa g Cftatrf -m"i i-m a .-. i-afcfc-at2reJia-a-.arrttTW ittWfarft&BlaM,,- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1881. Eanrastrr intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 14, 1881. The City Election. The election te-morrow for city officers has created very little excitement in the community; but we hope it is net be cause little interest is felt in the result. It is,mther. because party feeling has net been stirred up in the matter, and eacli candidate, is left te depend en his merit, and each citizen te act upon his judg ment of what the interests of the city require. Fer councils, we ask the voter te weigh well the qualifications of the candidates, and te cast his vote for no one whom he thinks is incompetent, or who has shown by his past conduct as coun cilman, that he lias net the requisite geed judgment te tili the place. We de net ask any one te vote for an unfit Democratic councilman.fer t we reasons : of which the first is that we cannot con cen con scienue...

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 February 1881

&M&aUN.Ull!H Urtll II 'l "l"'l T..- .,-,-., - i i' j.eMimiiwa: LANCASTER DAILY INTEIXIGENOEH MONDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1881. of Geerge Krag Skecnbcrger and daughter of the late Win. Hamilton, of Lancaster county, died a few days age at her residence, at Cliften, a .suburb of Cincinnati. Mrs. Shccnbcrgcr was a native of this county, a woman of most amiable qualities and possessed of all the accomplishments which gicat wealth and high social position afFotdel. She was well-known and greatly beloved by many of the best families of this city, with several of whom she was related. Miss Catharine Gibcrsen, who died yes terday at A. W. Woodward's bearding house, en Xerth Duke street, was a well known and highly inspected maiden lady. She formerly kept stoic in Ml Jey and mere recently bearded at the Cad well house, this city. She had desired that her remains be cremated, but it is net likely the request will be heeded. Death or William Marshall. The subject of this notice, who died y. tc...

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 February 1881

- t--1 r-. -r ,. , , , ! i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1881. -.ncasicv intclltgcncrr. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 14, 1881. Leaf Tobacco. Tli New Y-k Market. United States Tobacco Journal. At the beginning of the week there was a decided " run " en '79 crops. The con dition of the greater portion of the '80 crops makes manufacturers feel uneasy, and they de net feel inclined te take any chances rcgardiug their supply of leaf for the coming year. Consequently, they buy boldly, making the hearts of their brokers throb with delight. This was really a fes tival week for the latter. Sellers were sur prisingly willing te dispose of goods, even at veiy small prelit ; and buyers purchased with an alacrity that puzzled the eldest and must hardened leaf dealers, who could remember nothing like it in the history of the trade. The fact that the holders of '79 leaf, Pennsylvania especially, sell out whenever a favorable occasion eifers, gees te show that they are net se thor oug...

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

cjnarccpu. jimuiLL- ! ' T'--r " 'ia4Scxstt.rmzmm3sLttw?xrmc " ' ---nw'w' -1 ' j.Miiri -i. -, , ajMagMMW,lgSJ,qMJ.!MmJamJW-wj'j , .JatWni miiHTTn ! Jut&M fntelen& LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1881 Price Twe O-ats. Volume XVHNe. U2. - . j3BgsaHfiBEfieBfcfr'-jRgy; CLOTfflXa. JOHN WANAMAKER. :e: DRY GOODS FOR JANUARY . If you cannot visit the city, end te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UXDEHWEAU PRICE LIST. We till orders by letter from eveiy fclstte anil Territory :it uinu prke-i cha'ged customer who vlbit thcsteie, unit allow a;iiu privilege of return. The Meck include Die Coe !, Mlk, Luce-., Fancy Goods, mill gctivr.il eut!lt-i. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAM MARK BOWI AT CENTRE HAIL. Will be sold in sity days TEN THOUSAND I)OLI.AftS WORTH e! HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without rejrard te cost. New is your time te secure a geed Suit et Clothing iereiy !ltli tiieiiey, U:.id y-madc ir Made te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIET...

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 February 1881

sawfwmnM-mrtsws5KOTswa 77T.cjyyr?y : " LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1881. fw-iB.jvrjawgiaBnaWwr "1--",-"i -- "'- ?i.Mnw , t jassraeasaeKesi!5 Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, 1881. A Blessed TkiBg. "What a blessed thing for the- state De mocracy is its severance from the disre putable leaders who have held possession of it in Philadelphia; The present np risine of Philadelphia's decency is a wonderful and most refreshing thing. We de net knew who else thoroughly en joys it, but we are sure it comes te the state Democracy most gratefully. Di vorced from McMnllin, Josephs, Mc Gowan, it id emne genus, we feel as though a dreadful nightmare had passed off from us. Once out, these fellows we trust will stay out. They certainly will if their present coalition with the Re publican bosses te keep Philadelphia in thttir possession is defeated. The places that new knew them will knew them no mere. If they are successlul they are net likely te be in much...

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. — 15 February 1881

tm intrw itr-r ami, .. . LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1881 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Before Judge Patterson. Wni. S. Amweg, administrator endenle lite of the estate of Catharine Stewart, vs. Susan Stchman, Catharine Vanaure, and Lizzie Nivling. This is an issue te try the validity of a paper purperaini: te be the will of Catharine Stewart, deceased. The plaintiff offered the will in evidence and proved the signatures of the subscribing witnesses. The defense is that by reason ofanum efanum . ber of paralytic strokes previous . te the making of the will Mrs. Stewart was net of sound mind and was incapable of making a will. It is also claimed that the deceased was influenced in making the will and that she did net have sufficient mind te make a will of her own. On trial. In the case of Ames K. Bewers and Mary M. Bewers, late Mary M. Creamer, and Jacob L. Stehman, executers, &c, of Henry Creamer, deceased, vs. Ames Slay inakcr, executer of James L. Reynolds, a ver...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 February 1881

jw.'rjy ityj.ig.1. iJLjjMsnttrwmxsmsmtS3!MJBB3EVJc UlimU Vlj.aHi!tfinwwffiifMK3CT t" LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1881. rvaticasicv intelligencer. TUE3DAY EVENING, FEB. 15, 1881. EAST END KSW3. Our Salt-bury Correspondence. The tobacco market was rather lively last week. Between Lancaster and our local Imyeih, quite a number of crops have been disposed of at fair prices. Salisbury lias several dealers in the weed. Messrs. Worst & Sheitz, packers at Springvillc, being the most extensive dealers, they have se far bought about 100 cases. Mr. Jehn Wilsen of Spriugville, andli. S.Wei S.Wei leref White Herse, alseaie buying some. Mr. Weiler, lntught aciep from Franklin Ue-s, a few days age ever which tlieie ap peals te be some difbculty. Iless deliver ed the crop te Weiler, received his check for the amount, and a few days later, Weiler resold the Itess crop ami delivered it te Lancaster, when it weighed some 400 pounds le-s than he had paid Mr. Hess. Quite a m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1881

m tmxfa$te$ mM. Volume XVII Ne. 143. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1881 Price Twe Outs. CLOinnra. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PK1CE LIST and UXDEKWE Alt PKICE LIST. We All orders by letter from every Mate and Territory at same prices charged customer who visit the store, and allow amc privilege of return. The stock included Diss Geed-, Silks, Laces, Fancy Goods, and general outfit. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRAND MARK DOW AT CEITRE IALL. Will l.OaOhl In sixty days TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH et HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without regard te CG..L New is your time te secure a geed Suit el Clothing for very little money, Uuady-matlc or .'.lade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youth and ISnyj. Men's Dress Suits, .Men's liusiucss 'Milts, Youths' Suits in every style. Beys' Clothing, n very Choice Vaiiely. Kd Don't tall te call ami secure some el the bargains. MYERS &...

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. — 16 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1881. Lancaster IntciUgcncec. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1881. The End of Bess Rule. The election in Philadelphia is a hope ful premise te the people of a coming re lease from "boss" rule. The hand-writing has appeared en the Avail which orders bosses te the rear, and its emphasis af fords a gratifying proof of the vigor of democratic institutions. The same feel ing which has aroused the people of Phil adelphia te show their power feind exe cute their will is prevalent through the state, as is demonstrated in the very remarkable centesf new waging at Har risburg against the same dominion. The Republican party has been for many years in power in the city and the state, kept there by men who administered it for their profit, and who entrenched themselves in power in ways that were as effective a"s they were dark. The ballet box seemed te be no obstacle te them, and they defiantly followed their meth ods, believing that they were m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1881

&S&tZJ3tWUt4tf&X3ES23Kf TStSEX LAtfCASTERIDAILY INTELLIGENCER' WEDNESDAY FEfcfcUAKY5 16, 1881 - Jehn Yitcklv. Frank Everts . James R. Garvin .Jehn Merringer.. Seventh Ward. fceJcct Council. Geerge M. Rerger.. 337 Chas. Sehwcble.... 102 Common Council. Henry Smeycli 373 David McDivilt... 187 . :x: Xatiianir.1 livun... is-i , 309 William fcehulcr.. Hi Assessor. 3s9 Theodere W. Reed 1'; Constable. 415 I Jehn Srliertr. 112 Judge. Win. McLaughlin. .''Jl I Jeseph Derwart... 203 Inspector. , J. Blankcnmycr... Sfi3Rebt. .McDonnell VM Eighth. Ward. Common Council. llenjamin Huber.. 3SG I IS. J. Rcmley .15 Geerge Rees ssi A. J. Rlttclier ;e Jeseph A. Albert.. 3-31 .le!in Itarnltart .... H Constable. Geerge Shay 120 Henry Kreelc 31 Assessor. C. A. Oblcndcr.... 410 Stephen J. Mart . SS Judge. Lee Jacobs :i-C! J Jehn Milchsech . Inspector. Jehn Rradel 3SI Peter Wine.vcr.... Ninth Ward. Select Conn fit. Philip Zecher 331 1 Cenrad Oa-l Common Council. J. II. Oittermaycr. . 321 1 .Ti-ep...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1881

v.i.fl!Vtlj7rn"-'J su.'aJr-ajj. ,m..;.T.aatM. (n T" LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1881. rirastcr intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 16, 1881. Anecdotes of Animals. Sume Strange Tilings About the Lewer Orders of Creation. A-new dish is offered for the epicure te pass his opinion upon that of English spar row en toast. As a representative of an Albany paper was passing one of the city markets he observed a string of small birds hanging outside which resembled the common English sparrow. Upen in quiry he was informed that the birds were sparrows, and could be either stewed or served en toast. They sold for eight cents a pair. The novel exhibition of a hundred head of cattle sliding down a steep hill for a distance of fifty yards or mere, was one of the incidents of the sleet storm at Oxford, Iml. On ariiringat the brew of the hill Jehn Moere, the herder, endeavored te step Ihcin irem going ever, but was tee late. Almest instantly the whole herd were en thei...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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