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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 February 1881

ywyafcW1 ' '" " J" "P1 tlajtfafte Volume XVII-Ne. U9. LANCASTER, PA?, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1881 Price Twe Cents. 1 iff 5irg3S-y-rr- ffl) CLOTHING. JOHN WANAMAKER. DRY GOODS If you cannot visit tlic city, send te us by postal card ler HOUSEKEEPER'S PRICE LIST and UNDERWEAR PRICE LIST. Wc 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 DicssOoeds, Silks, Lanes, Fancy Ooeds, and general eutllts. AND FEBRUARY. Grand Depot, GREAT REDUCTION IN CLOTHING. Gentlemen, we are new closing out a heavy stock of Winter Clothing 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 days. We have also a fine let of Beady-Made Overcoats in plain and fancy backs, which must be closed out in forty days. Anyone in search of a bargain will ...

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. — 23 February 1881

MmWIMMMH- LANCASTER DAILY 1NTE1X1GENCER3 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1881. rlM-W.I-.1MI ., I MI Hancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 1881. The Sew Senater. Speaking of the choice of Mitchell for senator, the Philadelphia Times says that " the belters are the disceraflted party in this battle," and that " they have finally surrendered every vital issue with which they confronted Cameren." The Times is influenced te this conclu sion by the fact of its persistent proph ecy that Cameren would be the ultimate victor in this prolonged senatorial con test. There is certainly little te justify its opinion of the effect of Mitchell's election, as there is certainly very little in it of comfort te Senater Cameren. He has the satisfaction of securing a colleague who may net outshine him in the Senate and appropriate te himself the recognition of the country as the senator from Pennsylvania, and it is altogether likely that this very small and very selfish reason was the one which b...

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. — 23 February 1881

I LANCASTER DAILY INTiXLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1881 ft MARIETTA MATTERS. OCU KhGUbAIt COUUKSPO.NIJEXCI'. IVatdiingten'K Ulrtlul.iy LIterarj I.iitert.ini- nient Tobacco isales 1'artlcn, I'cr- KunHlfi, &c , Arc Geerge Washington scetn. te be losing Lis feet-bold in our community. He is gradually beiug drawn back into the ranks of Adam and "Neah, :ind it will net be long before bis biithday will be shrouded in the same liiv.stery as tbnt which hangs ever the exact natal dav s of these personages. It bad been a custom te ring all the- belis in town en Mich occa sions as" this, but yesterday only one was rung or rather tolled for about half an hour. The bank were net closed nor were tire stoics, in fact thcie were few in dication that it was a holiday, except that a number of country boys came in te te sec the sights. The .schools weie closed. The excursion te the ice terje ' rue Pert Deposit railroad was attended by few, if aiy one, fiem this place. The funeral of Miss M.ny...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1881. f MXi$ztzx I-ntelUgencet. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 1881. THE ELF-KING'S YOUNGEST DACGU- TtK. Down the merry streamlet dancing. Through the flickering shadows glancing. Feam about her white ieet creaming ; All her wayward hair out streaming, . Laughing en the laughing water. Dances down the Elf-king's daughter Youngest daughter fair. All the trees bend low toward her, All the rocks are strong te guard her. All the little gr.i-,es whisper, ' And the low toned breezes lisp her PraNes everywhere. All around the warm air lingers Levinglythe while her fingers With a dainty upward gesture, Secin te draw a shade for vestrc Of her loveliness. Yet meeems she moves se purely. Gliding en her path demurely. Leeking i itli clear eye serenely. She were clad net hair se queenly In a royal dress. New !he.s lighUy onward sweeping New she say-, hair glad, halt tearing. O'er the ledge of granite peering, Eye the headlong torrent leaping Ey...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1881

eh zmjtaM yr Volume XVII-Ne. 150. LANCASTER, PA5 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1881. Price Twe Omti. MB9tj P n Bin E' i i 2 i i iz CLOWIXU. "DEAD. BEAD. SPRING OYERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, AND AT TIIE LOWEST PRWE3. AndttlewWIXTKItCOAT.StU.it we arc (sell ing very cheap, rather limit keep them till another season. Trunks and Traveling Bags At such price as you hardly think possible.' . If nk Pi.lllnie l.s.l .Mn nt . lit tlllil KO twice as readily aa when the profits were greater. TUE VAUIETV OK ECK WEAR FOR SPRING 18 VERY GREAT. Our selection are from the bestiu the market, and the prices arc Much um te -uit you. Stiff Hats and Seft Hats IN A HUNDRED AND MORE STYLES, ami It you think yt.u :trc h:trl te suit, please call and see ourns-iert snout, ler titers isu shape ler uvery Ulea and u luiee ler every pn rse. WIIUAHSON k FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, fUMyd&w LANCASTER, PA. A RARE CHANCE! The Greatest Itcriiirtleii ever made in FIN K WOOLENS ferGENT.V WEAItat H. GEKHAET'S...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1881

LANCASTER DAIL17 INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1881. Lancaster l-ntcuigenccr. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 188!. Stock Ballooning. Light is let in upon one of the numer ous stock jobbing operations of Mr. Jay Gould by the .story of the contemplated new line from Philadelphia te Baltimore. It seems that Mr. Gould, of the Jersey Central ; Mr. Vandeibilt, of the New Yeilc Central : Mr. Gauett. of the Bal timore & Ohie; Mr. Drexel, of Phila delphia : and Mr. McCeinb, of Dela ware, formed a syndicate te secure a chaiter ler and te build the Delaware & Western raihead as an opposition line te the Philadelphia, Wilmington x Baltimore read. That corporation, of course, contested the matter in the Legisatuse: but suddenly a preposition is made te transfer the control of the old line te the promoters of the new. The immediate advantage eflcicd is the opportunity te put up the stock in the Xf.v Yeik market fieni seventy te one bundled and dhide the pie!it. The speculation is entir...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEft TUESDAY1 FEBRUARY 24, 1881 I'ATAL ACCIDENT. Killed iu a.IH by railing Karlh. Yestciday ai'tcriKien about e o'clock Frederick Kahl,a feieman in the employ .f Urban & Burger, w.tr, almost iust.iutij killed by being stiuck by a mass of falling earth in th-. prepetty en Seuth Queen stiect, known a-, rfpiengei-'s vaults," new belonging te Ujban k IJuiger. Ti:e circumstances aie as fellows : ?ilcs-r.-. Urban & Burger arc about erecting dwell ing beuses en the site of the vaults and bad a feice of men at v.eik lomevingsomc nine or ten feet of cartb with which the top of the vaults is ceveitd. This caith lias a fiezcn ciiist of s.e-ie two lectin tbiekness, and it was ieiiieved h-j under mining it and then h: caking in the frozen crust with digging-neus. Just as the men weic quitting we: I: last evening, Mr. Kali 3 said be felt cold ud would wai in liiuiscl! up by weiking a little. Taking a she'ei be commenced te dig under the e. ei hangim: ciust. A num...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTJELLIGENGER, THCRSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1881. te ncaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 24, 138!. THE SOUTH KUS LIGHTS. A ZSW.-iT. SCPZB3TITIOy. "Nay, mother, nay; '.he pictured coal J- glow- In . Dally a.-.d roily en the hearthstone there ; en -was no 3arne of care-1;1 illeri' throwing, Ner recet Sxiliinic through the i-tntled air; 'Twaa but the glear.iag of trie Northern Light b Ah, there again, they reddened Ilantcilrt l.elglits. "Se let ir.e ral-.e you softly en the pillow, See, hew the crimson lustre iUres and dies, Turning te rel the long heave et th.; billow. And Hie great iircii et all the starless ikies ; The fi-iher -ay -.aeh beauty be'l-s them sor row. Toiling of storm and wind Je blew to-rner- I'W." "Ne, clilnl. the bnny wire may bait her lines. And net and gear lie ready ter the morning. "e pnage In that w.iv-erir.g glory shine-. Ne deem In the rich hutrt the elea Js udorr. uderr. lug: They de but -.ay ti. : ling':. Ing hours ar'; pa-it. The gates,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1881

fixteuigenM t wnteti Vblune XYU-Ne. 151 LANCASTER, PAi, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1881. Price Twe Cmte. W) CLOIHTXO. "DEAD, BEAU. SPKING OVERCOATS IN GREAT VARIETY, AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES. And a tew WINTEIl COATS that vc an: sell. lngj very cheap, rather than keep them till another season. Trunks and Traveling Bags At such prie as you hardly think possible.' But we arc selling them very close, and they go twiee as readily as when the piellt'wcie greater. TIIK VVKIETV Hi JNECK WEAR FOR SPRING is vi:rv great. Our selections are from the bcstlu tliemul.ct, and the prices arc such us te suit you. Stiff Hats and Seft Hats IN A HUNDRED SND MOUK STYLES, and It you think jeu nie haul te -.nil, plcws call and seeoura-jeituicnt,torthcisisa shape for every Idea and .4. pi ice for 'vei y purse. WQJ.IMIN & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, fltt-ljd&w LANCASTER, PA. A RARE CHANCE! The Greatest Reduction evei made 111 KINK WOOLENS for GENTS' WEAR at H. GERHART'S tff Mini, A Large ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1881

(' Lancaster fnteutgenccc. FBIDAY EVENING, FEB. 25, 1831. A Congressional Apportionment. The apportionment of the state into congressional districts of nearly equal size, of contiguous territory, without ex tending any one tee far and without cut ting up counties which de net form a single district in themselves, is net nearly se difficult a matter as the parti san schemes of gerrymandering legisla tors generally make it. It is te the public interest that the integrity of counties be preserved as far as possible, that the equality of population in the several districts be regarded, that the districts be compact, that the interests of a num ber of counties joined together be as near:., identical as possible, that natural boundaries be respected, and, all ether things lieing equal, tliat existing districts be maintained. Only after these con siderations be given due weight should account be made of tlje political com plexion of the districts te be formed ; and only te remedy gross pol...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTSLLIGENCJiR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25, 188i f TOUACCO SALES. A Let el Purchases at Uoeu Price. Mr. A. B. Bausman, of Millersvillc, lias sold his crop of nine acics, te Teller Bres., at the following figures : A part at 13, G and 3 ; a. pait at 17, 0 and 3 ; a part at 17, C and 3 rami a pait at 21, 10, 0 and 3 A correspondent writing from -Tey.- Hol Hel land says that tlic tobacco farmers in that neighborhood arc ready te sell, and com plain that there are no buyer, though the tobacco is no worse than that in ether sec tions of the county. As they depend largely en the tobacco civj te keep busi ness moving, they at a disadvantage se long as the buyers ab.sent themselves. Sales AreiiDfl Klnrei's. J. S. Smith, Kinzers, has purchased the following lets of tobacco : In Paradise township, A. I. Mcllvaine, 2 acres (4,474 pounds), at 20. 12. 0, 3 ; S. B. Dcnlinger, 2 acres 20, 8. 3 : Trains Denlingcr, 2 acres, 22. 8, 3 ; Jehn "'ed shall, 2 acres, 20. 12, 8, 3 ; B. O. Biaek bill,...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, FKIfcAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1881. i' -Lancaster tnieiligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 26, 1S81. Change of Fingers. A Nevel Surgical Experiment which Twf Mcu Undergo for Meney. The Cleveland Herald says : Yesterday a report reached the Herald regarding a peculiar treatment en the part of a resi dent physician. Dr. Banten was found at his office, and te inquiries from the visi tor mads the following interesting state ment : Fer some years I have made the sub ject of ciigraft'isig one of study,and se con fident was I that it could be performed that en last Wednesday morning I deter mined t make the veutuic. Frank and August Filer, aged respectively 25 and 28, for a con-isderable sum of money were pre vailed upon te subject themselves te the ordeal, and at "J o'cleck: myscit aim assistant amputated the little linger th:-iugli the .shaft of the second phal anges of the right hand of August and the analageus linger en the person of Frank," engrafting the part am put...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1881

3 IDmgagtcB ntdJfcgette 1 1 fblune XVH-Ne. 152 CLOJHIXG. OVERCOATS! Closing out at agrcatrcductlen ourlmuaense line of Novelties in Overceatings. Far Beavers, Seal Skin, Elysian, Mentanak, Batina and Chinchillas. All the New anil most Desirable Styles STOCKANETTS, IN NEW COLOUS AND CHOICE STYLKS Why net leave your order ntenceami secure an Elegant, Stylish, Well Maile ami Artl-tic Cut Garment as low as SSO. A LAUUK LINE OF CHOICE . Eilisl anil Scold Suite AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, AT . J.KSMALING'S, THE ARTIST TAILOR, 121 N. QUEEN STREET, JIU'iS A RARE CHANCE! Tim Greatest Kcducliul. ever made in FIXE WOOLENS for GEMV WEAK at H. GEBHART'S rnni T i nn it 1 A Large Assortment of Genuine English & Scotch Suiting, sold during the Fall Season from SSO te JS40. A Suit will be made up te order in the Hest Style from -,0 te 30. HEAVY WEIGHT DOMESTIC Suiting and Overceating, Reduced In the Fame proportion. All goods warranted sis represented. The above rcdnetieu will ler ca-.li only, an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1881

LANCASTER DAHA INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1881. K lb: Lancaster I-uteiUgencet. SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 26, 1881. Republican Wanders. There can be little doubt that what ever blunders the present Democratic majority in Congress have made have teen largely retrieved and offset by the advocacy by that majority of and the opposition of the Republicans te the three per cent, funding bill and appor tionment measure new pending. The three per cent, refunding measuie was an act of statesmanship which is inJ tiaimv accord with nublic sentiment. It had its eiigin, we believe, with Mr. Ran dall, and the country kas seen that it is largely indebted te him for the practical accomplishment of the necessary legisla tion. It was the worst of felly for the Republicans te oppose it and the national banks are only aggravating that felly by stirring up a resistance, which can only work prejudice te them after it shall have done some harm te the business in terests of the country. The congiessi...

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. — 26 February 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1881. T n COLUMBIA NEWS. OIIK KECl'LAK COKIlESI'ON'DKNCK A special sermon will he nieacheri this evening in the E. E. Lutheran church te Putnam circle, Ne. 113, B. U. (.11. F.) C A., by Rev. F. W. Stalcy. Uev. Rener Owen, D. D., of Chestnut HiH, Philadelphia, will officiate in the Presbyterian church en Sunday morning. Train Dispatcher McKecver, of the Fied erick division of the Pennsylvania railroad, met Captain Case yesterday and made ar rangements with him te tianspeit Com pany II of this place te Washington, D. C, early en the morning of March ' 1. The company will probably return en the night of the. 1th. The election officers will meet at teven o'clock this evening in the council chamber te draw lets and decide whether General William Patten, Hem., or W. H. Hard man, Rep., will represent us far the next three years in council. These gentleman were tied at the recent election and it is te sever the tie that this evening's meet...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1881

J LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1881. 'I -caster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVEiflNG. FEB. 26, 1881. ASLEEP. In suinuicr time hew fair it thewed : My garden by the village read, Where flery stalks el blossom glowed. And roses softly blushed ; With azure spjres, and garlands white, Pale hclicotrepc, tlie sun's delight, Ami odor? that pet imned the night Where'er the south wind rushed. There solemn purple pansles steed, Gay tulips', led with floral bleed, . And wild thing- fiifch from Held and weed, Alive witlMl.iinty trace. Deep heaven-blue bells el columbine, The dai lily myetic passion-vine, And elemutii-, tint loves te twine, Bedecked that happy place. Beneath the strong unclouded blaze Ol long and fervent summer days Their color-i smote the pacing gaze. And d.izzled every eye. Their cup-, of scented honey-dew Cliaiiued all tie: bees th it o'er them Hew, And butterflies of r.idi.mt hue Paused as they fle lied by. New lalls a cloud of s-iiling snow. The bitter w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1881

A &)t pmatea V 31 1 lAAAA I IA7VV Volume XVlINe. 153 LANCASTER, PAi MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1881 Priee Twe Cents. CLOlHINa. TJKAD. KEAU. WE AUE SELLING WINTER OVERCOATS AT SUCH PRICES AS TO PAY YOU TO BUY FOR ANOTHER SEASON. The low price is the Inducement, and the quality Is what you want. COME AND SEE! THOSE Trousers Ter Workingmen that we told you about last week arc tut dls appeaiing. Seme people are buying them te sell again. The quality, make and price Id doing it. Only (1.15 a pair. COME AND SEE! A large and vailed assortment et PINE AND FANCY NECK WEAR WILL BE Ol'KNED TO-DAY. COME AND SEE! Wc make our house THE PLACE FOR SUSPENDERS. Trying new makes all the time. Seme only are geed, but that makes a variety. THE AKGOSY IS THE BEST. TUT IT. & ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, flG-lydtw LANCASTER, TA. A RARE CHANCE! Tin Greatest Reduction ever made in FINE WOOLK,S for GENTS WEAR at H. GERHIABT'S Fh Tailoring MWmii A Large Assortment of Genuine English & Scotch Sui...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1881

f LAKCAbTEK DAILY lKTELLlGENGER MONDAY, FEBBUARY 28, 1881. f Lancaster ntelltgencet. MONDAT EVENmG, FEB. 28, 1881. Spew Tbcm Out. Senators Thurmau and Wallace unsuc cessfully sought te persuade the Senate te defeat the appropriation bill for rivers and harbors. Senater Thurman de clared that there was tee great a dispo sition en the part of some Southern mem bers te go for " the old flag and an appro priation," and he told his Democratic colleagues that they would get terribly beaten if they thus shaped their policy en the principles of Mulberry Sellers. This was a timely warning from the distin guished senator, who is new leaving iris seat, te his associates remaining behind. While admitting that he had himself voted for these appropriations for natur al improvements, which his constituents clamored ter, but which the plain letter of the constitution forbid, he declared that he had done nothing for which he felt new greater regret. Te his Democratic colleagues hisap peal came with ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1881

LANCASTEK DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1831. . f most worthless in the early part of la-st reason, and these who invested largely in it were sneered at as" feels and idiots, and yet te day scire of the very men who de cried it, are running their heels off te secure a few cases of it at greatly ad vanced pi ices. A large propeition of the crop of 80 will be feuud equally valuable and will probably bjinjj as big figuicsa j tar hence. About 400 or 500 cases of '70 tobacco weie sold in this city last week at htifl prices, and the supply en hand is well nigh exhausted. LANGAN MUST GO. lUfc TBUlIBLCAT JWlLLEIfsVILLK. A Student of the Nermal Scheel Expelled. Fer some days past there have been ru mors of a seiieus unpleasantness at the Millersville state normal school. An at tempt has been made by parties interested in the school te prevent giving the matter publicity, but the steiy has found its way from the gossips of the village te the gos sips of the city. Shout of embellishm...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1881

r. LANCASTER DAILY IKTEUJGENGER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1881. Vi -wncastcr intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 93, 1S81. Traducing Titcmselres. All the Year Round. Ben Jonsen, in reference te the state ment that " whatever Shakespeare penned he never blotted out aline," re plies : "I would he had blotted out a thousand." Dryden denounces the " lameness of the plots, made up of some ridiculous, in coherent story ;" declares that Shakspeare " writes in many places below the dullest writers of our or of any preceding age," and avers that the reader " will find in every page either some solecism of speech or some notorious flaw in sense." Dr. Hepkins, a renowned New England preacher, professed that he could find no attraction in either Milen or Shakspeare. Samuel Pepys accounted the play of " Remee and Juliet" the worst that he overheard;" ".Othelle" 'a mean thing," and " A Midsummer Night's Dream" the most insipid, ridiculous play that I ever saw in my life." Lord "Shaftesbury speaks of ...

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