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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1881

mV"- - -- ,elnatefi VllAVV Telnme XYII-Ne. 144. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1881 Price Twe Celts. grffjggjrrasgpgaggaggssay g r ?j-aujjJuijjjR'aJtjtaagg h CLOTHING. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, send 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. The stock Includes D-ess Goods, Silks, Lace-, Fancy Goods, and general outfits. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GEAJH) HLKBK BOWI AT GMTEE IALL. WillUs'.eldiiibixtydu-.sTEN THOUSAND DOLLAUS WORTH of HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, Without l-egard 1 cost. New is jour time te M-euica geed Sultel Clothing for very little money, Ready-made 01 ..fade te Order. OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youths and llei s. Men's Dress Sails, Men's Business Suits, Youths' Suits in every style. Heys' Clethliu;, u very Cholce V.u iet...

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 February 1881

"fcc t? yvrf T yyrr-rrr-ffr-i--- M LANCASTER DAILl INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1881. Lancaster riitcUtgencer. THUE3DAT EVENING, FEB. 17, 1881. A Hellew Truce. The Philadelphia Press, which seems te be one of Senater Conkling's personal organs, confirms the rumor that he has visited Garfield at Menter, having been invited te de se, it says, " in cordial terms.' It thinks that " no one who knows General Garfield requires any statement that he has net extended such an invitation with a frank and earnest desire te establish a re lation just te himself, honorable te Mr. Ceiikliug, and advantageous te the party." It believes that ' because he ought te represent and unite all ele ments el the paity, he should recognize the claims and secure Ihcsuppdrt of that powerful section of which Senater Conk Cenk ling is the admitted leader."' It further announces that " Mr. Blaine, the chosen premier, lully concurs in this policy;' and therefore concludes that " the prospect of the union of...

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

& wpVTTi'fvvXinA-vv' LANCASTER DAILY INTBLLmENCER THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17, 1881 3T TOWNSHIP ELECTIONS. Ileturus fiem Cur tlie County. ADAMSTOWN. Judge : Daniel A. Klahr, 89 ; Samuel R. Slete, 70. Inspecters: Esaias B. Lufz, 87; Wil liam Knauer. 73. Burgess : William F. Frame, 71 ; Henry R. Sterk, 72. Town Council : Henrv Ficlithern, 143 ; Bcnnevillc Artz, 131 ; Cyrus Miller, 101 ; Jacob Kline, 7e ; William Rcgar, 110: Michael Smith, 101 ; Benjamin Steffy, 81 : W. R. Redcay, 90 ; Jehn Ze.be. 70. Scheel Directors : Geerge Bellman, 103 ; Henry Regar, 121 ; Ivithan F. Hart num. C3 ; Henry Shirk, 121 ; Henry Rcdcay, 02. Constable : William B. Gran!, R2 ; Samuel E. Staufler, 70. EPIIRATA. TOWNSHIP. Judge : Daniel Irwin, 313 ; Gee. Her man, 183. Inspectors : Samuel L. Bewman, 1G3 : J. J. Faust, 135 ; C. G. Ammen, 103. Assessor : Jacob S. Sharp, 397 ; Jacob Gergas, 93. Supervisors : Edward Xagie, 313 ; Hen rv Sheafler, 19S ; Lemen L. Rcddig. 92 ; Levi II. Schlott, 129 ; Moses Miller, 77. S...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1881

im& LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1881. rncastzt I-ntelUgencer. THUBSDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1881. Werk iu the Orchard A'ew. Germantown Telegraph. At this season of the year, if net already attended te, in many places reached by our paper, the husbandman takes his hatchet and saw and pruning knife and rocs te his orchard te trim his fruit trees. It may be that as the twig is bent the tree's inclined ; but somehow this fore sight is net always ready te hand, and it grows as wc would net have inclined it ; and often when we knew better, the tree runs en in its own wilful way, simply for want of time or occasion te put in prac tice that which we knew. (Jertainly of whatever might have been, as an abstrac tion, looking en things as they are, we knew of but very few orchards that a geed pruning in winter will net benefit. In a large number of cases, where the orchard is of some age, sprouts will come up from the trunk just under the ground, and form a complete b...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1881

(Mjje pma$te3 Volume XYII-Ne. 145. LANCASTER, PA., ERIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1881 Price Twe t'ecfg. CLOTHIXO. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, scud te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PKICK LIST and UXDEUWKAK PKICfi 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. The stock include Dies Uoeds, hides, Luces, Fancy Goods, and general outfits. AMD FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT SLAUGHTER IN CLOTHING. GRA1D MASK DOWI AT GEITRE HALL. Will be.v.Id in sixty days TEX THOUSAND DOLLAItS WOKTIfef HEAVY WINTER CLOTHING, tit regard te eel. New iri your time te secure a geed Suit et Clothing for vcrj T, llfjady-in.nl.) or .ilude te Order. OVEllOOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, Fer Men. Youths and Key.-i. Men's Dress Suits, wtyle. Hevs' Clothing, a very Choice Variuty. if Don't fail te call and secure some of the MYERS & Se. 12 EAST Kim STKELT, watches, EDW. J. Manufacturing Jeweler...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1881

LANCASTER DAHA INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1881 - Jiancastcr &ntcUigencet FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1881. Hen it Leeks. On the surface,lhe Republican factions at Ilarrisburg .seem te have come to gether te select a candidate, but without being en the ground or knowing any thing that everybody else does net knew at this distance,we are satisfied that there is no real change in the situation, and that all the apparent eagerness of the Cameren .side te compromise en a sena tor has behind it the, same solid deter mination te accept no man who is net of their household. As their opponents aie equally le.xdved te take no out of that stripe, we see no room te conclude that an election i- very near at hand : unless, as we have said, one side or the ether is hoodwinked and cheated, which is net likely, seeing that all hands are thor oughly alive te the .situation and as thor oughly distrust one another. The anti anti Cameren people aie watching the move ments of Hit- inai'hiue with...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INOJEIUGJKtfCER FRIDAY FEBRTTAHY IS, 1831 TI1K FAIlts. The ''Humane " ami the "Keyhlenc Kami." The fair for tlic benefit of the Humane lire company, new being held in the com pany's capacious hall, continues te be the principal attraction in the western pari, of the city. Last night was the "Sun" night and the hall was again crowded, as it has been everv night since the fair com menced. The Lancaster Okie club was present and faverved the company with a number of tine selections. The hall was beautifully illuminated with Chinese lan terns. The following :ue .some of the ai tides chanced oft and the names of the winners. Steam tidy, Miss JCate. Header : pair 01 vases, Jehn Lorentz ; box of starch, Miss Ida Kahl ; parlor lamp, Miss Annie 15au iniller : toilet .set, Miss ?dury Heckler : satin tidy, Miss Fannie Nichelson ; candy basket, Mrs. Frey : stuffed inenkcv, "Win. Mulhelland. On Wednesday evening lite city author ities placed a handsome lantern in front of the Hum...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1881. ncaster intelligencer. Vi FBI DAY EVENING, FEB. 18, 1881. A Man of Glass. Philadelphia Bulletin. In the insane department of the Bicctre hospital or Paris, a man died the ether day who was known as the glass man (Chemme tie verre.) lie was one hundred and three years old, and he had been in the hospital since 1797. At the age of eighteen this peer fellow, who had been known as Jubissier before he had acquired the ether epithet, had been badly injured in the head by a broken pane of heavy ;lass falling eii it. The wound was a lenjj time healing, and when it did heal, his reason had lied forever. At first he was idiotic, and then crazy ; se that at last he was placed in the Kicetre, where he remained for eighty-three years. His delusion was that he was made of glass, and for fear of breaking himself te pieces he kept motionless and speechless. Only once in the last twenty-four years did he speak, and that was te ask for tobacco...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 February 1881

ffli)fmfa$te Telnme XVH-Ne. H6. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1881 Price Twe Cente. CTAJTIIIXU. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit the city, -cnd te in 1 postal card ler HOUPEKEEFEI:'.- PlttCE LIST ami UXDEKWEAItl'UICr. MsT. We fill ertlcia by letter fieni evciy stale and Teirltery at mime pikes chaigcd customer-) who lslt the store, and allow huh- piivilcge of return. The stock includes Diess (jeuiN, bilks, I.at -, Fancy oetI, ami gencial mil fit". AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, W A TOMS, EDW. J. Manufacturing Jeweler, Zahm's Cerner, full Lancaster Watches, Waltham Watches. Elgin Watches, Columbus Watches and Springfield Watches, Iu Geld and. Sih.i Cjm-s, .icy and Stem Winding, at LOWE-sT O VS.1I l'KICE-i. VN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, KNIVKS, FOUKS, SPOONS, A:e., OF TIIK I5EST OUADK3 ONLY. Manure-1 in inland Rep tiling, leu ely -t -pc. Lilly. Fine WhU'Ii Rcp.iiiiug given personal Htteiilieu. Evciym tide sold e i'i ilied guai.tuli i;d. ;,l ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 February 1881

1-T .- . M r LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATUKDAT, FEBRUARY 19, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 19, 18B1. Keep in the Family. And still we have no senator. The very remarkable man who will suit both Senater Cameren and Senater Cam Cam eeon's enemies lias net yet been found. As in the political division of the Re publican party in the state every possible senatorial knight has a recog nized position in one camp or the ether, it is clearly impossible te find a man for the place who is the friend of both and the enemy of neither. It is true that any quantity of patriots are eager new te straddle the dividing ridge and te pre sent themselves te the voting legislators as just the men te be altogether lovely te ail the hnstiles. But unfortunately lr t'i ui the plaees where their tents have been pitched are tee well-known, and their present lukcwarniiicss in the causes they have hitherto stoutly cham pioned does net recommend them te the trust they seek. This is a t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 February 1881

MARIETTA MATTERS. OCU REGULAR COKKKSPONDENCE. A few parties are availing themselves of the last opportunities for getting ice by taking it from what ledged en the river bank. Seme of it is very nice. One clear and thick piece having attracted the atten tion of passeis by en Frent street has been the cause of considerable guessing from a distance as te its thickness. JJy actual measurement it is found te be 21 inches exactly, which is doubtless as thick as any that has conic down. In '75 some pieces had been found te measure 3G inches. An extensive tobacco dealer Mr. Jehn Dzialynski, from Jacksonville, Fla., came te Marietta this week en purpose te see Mr. Duffy's crop. lie had received a visit from that gentleman while enreute te Cuba. He expresses himself as Wing well pleased with our townsman and rs also pleased with the tobacco he saw. He has engaged Tem Scott of the Railroad hotel te leek around fe- some geed lets for him. One of the two Watts furnaces that have been lying idle ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1881. rUncaster i-nteliCgencer. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 19, 1881, FertllC INTELLIGENCER. SPACE. nr Vm. BAKER FAHXE31O0K, JX. D. Space ! What ieit? A Hinltlcss expanse. That cannot be compared but with itself A. beundle? s something, filled with here and there A win, & planet, or a satellite A rushing meteor or u comet's path, That vision fails te compass, or the mind Of man te grasp while further still, away In the ereat beyond, systems en yetcins Uell en harmonious, and in clusters vast Arc scattered o'er this dread immensity. Se dlsunt that ten thousand suns appear But iniaiy specks or wandering nebula. Tar, tar bsyend e'en these space still ex tends. And spreads en every side interminable. Who can fathom -pace, its centre probe, Or limit -e. te its ciivumlcriuicc? If we pesMwd the lightning's Mee I and wure Te !Us"a tureugh .n uc-derated thus fast thousand and ten thousand, such as these That distant ireni cash ether many c...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1881

anfiaafefl J! 1 iAAiAW v I IAvv Velune XVU-Ne. H7. LANCASTER, PA. MONDAY, FEBRIM.IM 21, 1881 Price Twe Celts. m 'Vw'KLVT75WsWHB," VLOTHIXQ. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit tiie city, send te us by postal card for HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE MAT. We All orders by letter from every State ami Territory at same prices charged customers who visit the store, and allow same privilege of return. The stock includes Dress Goods, Silks, spaces, fancy Goods, and general outfits. AND PBBEUART. -:e Grand Depot, GREAT REDUCTION IN CLOTHING. Gentlemen, we are new closing out a heavy stock of Winter Clething: at greatly reduced prices. We have a large line of elegant piece goods that must be closed out te make room for our heavy Spring Stock. In order te de this we will offer special bargains for the next forty d?.ys. We have also a fine let of Beady-Made Overcoats in plain and fancy backs, which must be closed out in feity days. Anyone in search of a bargain -will fin...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1881. Lancaster I-nteUcgencet. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 21, 1881. The Making or that Cabinet. The Grant crowd liaye been te Menter and have come back with smiling coun tenances, although the current belief had been that their noses had been put entirely out of joint and that Mr. Blaine had Mr. Garfield in his pocket. Senater Conkling went out " for te see" after he had been long and cordially begged te come, according te the Philadelphia Press, which always knows what Mr. Conkling wants te be said about Mr. Conkling ; and by the same authority we were forbidden te imagine for a mo ment that the great man was asked and went en a bootless mission. Sen Sen aeor Dersey, tee, went out te grind some axe of his own, after he had been perfumed sufficiently for the Menter atmosphere by that din ner in Xew Yerk given te his order and in his honor. lie returns saying that everything is lovely for the Conkling side and letting us understand that Mo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY ' FEBRUARY 21. 1881 T THE LEAF. Tbe Lecal Tobacco Trade. There is net much of special impeitance te note regarding the transactions of the past week. Quite a num ber of strauyc dcaleis weie in town, and some of hem made tours of greater or less extent into the ceuntiy, but the bad leads prevented thetn from getting far away from the turnpikes and consequently net a gieat many purchases were made. The damp weather has been veiy favor able for stripping and farmcis have net been slew in taking advantage of it te pre pare heir crops for market. On Saturday there was a very considei censidei able quantity of baled leaf deliveied at the warehouses in this city, but nothing te compare in quantity with that of some of the "big days'' last season. Following aie some late sales 10 10 pertcd : Samuel Ilshlcman, of Stiasluug town Chip, has sold te Fiank Bear (3 acres at 21, s.and e. Michael Gicider, of Sli.ishurg, ha-, sold te Mr. llarnish his eiep at 20 an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1881. .ncasjter tnteUCgencet. MONDAY BVBHINO, FEB. 21, WB1. Tobacco. The New Yera Market. Tobacco Journal. Compared with the previous week, the present one was quiet, theuuh the sales, ran up te an aggregate of 2,000 cases. It is next te impossible te report correctly what these sales consisted of. Sales of nothing else but '79 Pennsylvania were talked of, as if such stock as Connecticut, State, Ohie and Wisconsin were net te be obtained. The prices that were paid for '79 Penn sylvania astonished even the "eldest in habitants" of Water-street. "Hew can the manufacturers exist ?" is being asked. Shrugs of shoulders and gesture , signify ing balloon ascensions, arc the answers. When it is taken into consideration that running lets of '79 'Pennsylvania sold as highastomake the wrappers cost above 45 cents, and the prices cigars are being sold for, theic is some probability of as censions in our balloon. These initiated into the intiic...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 February 1881

qmpgg-- Yelnme XVJI-Ne. 148. LANCASTER, PA , TUESDAY, FEBRUAHY 22, 1S81. Price Twe Cents. VLOTUIXG. JOHN WANAMAKER. e: DRY GOODS FOR JANUARY If you cannot visit the city, bend te us hy postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICK LIST and CXDEIIWKAK PRICE LIST. We Ull orders by letter Jiem cvciy State ami Terrlterj' at same prices charged cu-demcis Who visit the store, and allow -.line privilege of return. The stock includes DicssUoeds, -:Iks, I. -ices, Fancy Goods, anil general eutllH. Thi . is the pellicular sca-en In which te jje-t and picp tie HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS chettingi, Pillow Ma1cii.il-", Linens Napkins, Tewel-, Ac. ItisaKe the season ler Ladies.' I'lidcrwcai. The Giand Depot contain-, the ,'icatcst v.uiety e! goods in one establishment in the United .Slate, and exchanges or refunds money Ter things that de net suit, upon cvain cvain in.itien at home. AND FEBRUARY. CZ.OJHLSO. A RARE CHANCE! TlieGieate-t Reduction cvei made in WOOL ENS for GEN IV WEAK at FIVE H. 13 1 GEBHART'S ii ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 February 1881

Lancaster I-ntellegencer. TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 22, 1881. A CansclCss Growl. There seems te be a uuaninieus ex pression of disgust from national bank presidents anent the three per cent, bends offered by the new funding bill in exchange for the government bends falling-due this year. This is natural, no doubt, if it is net wise. Even though the measure was as unjust as the banks claim it te be, since it is inevitable and is passed with the strong approval of Congress and the people generally, it would le mere graceful and mere judi cious for the national bank owners te consider that thev may possibly be alto alte alto w.Mier wrnnc .ibeut it and te conduct themselves with becoming modesty of assertion accordingly. Particularly is this suggested in view of the fact that the prices of the shares in their corpora tions arc daily ascending and are higher new than they have ever been. The three per cent, investment which is offered them for the bends upon which they are permitted te issue...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 February 1881

'WWSf5 7L1- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1881 wnwTsaajWJ ' THK POLITICAL. SITUATION. Seme Canvaskieg for llie County OKices. Little was done in Hepublican politics yesterday, as but a few of tlia Mulhoeiys were in town, the fall of snow probably keeping many of them away. Kirk Brown, who was a candidate for sheriff three years age, is new aspiring te the office of regis ter. He was in town yestcday looking whether there were any prebabities of a set-up in his favor. Teby Ilershey came up smiling yester day and spent most of his time iu the court house watching the movements of Geerge Eaby. He opened his campaign by in. setting his advertisement in the Nei: Era, leaving the Examiner out in the cold. Teby kills two birds with one stone by his political card, which is as original in its style as that of Henry Kurtz three years age, which had a tobacco worm en its back. On one side of Tobias" r, eaid is the announcement that he is a ciu.lidatc for clerk of quarter ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 February 1881

lAi.t , racs v- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGEK, TfJESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1881. 'WTHIMrtlrCS Jyii ncastcr intelligencer. BTUESDAYfcVEING. FEB. 22, 18S1. Lecal Politics. Hew Fulton's Onack Itrelte the King. Fer the Istsllieexcec These acquainted with the political complexion of Fulton township are fully aware of the superlative dejrrce of black ness of said complexion. If we may be allowed the expression, it is " black as ace of spades ;" nay. black as the "ten spot." And its political workings are one contemptible combination of rings ; rings that work together, rings antagonistic ; in fact, it possesses almost as many rings as some of our worthy farmer's hog puns, or thrifty house wives' wire dish washers. Fulton has net reached Lancas ter's beautiful and refined epithetic.il po sition, and docs net bestow upon herrings such euphonious appellations as " Heg Him;' and "Bull King," but prefers mere embracing (net that " Hall'' and " Heg" de net take in all Lancaster llc publieans) and co...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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