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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 March 1881

rii tmid$x V 1 IAvV- VblUM XVII Ne. 159. LANCASTER, PA MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1881 Price Tire Celts. liFggilntcllui cleiblng. OPECIAX NOTICE. spring STYLES OF CLOTHING, AND THE MOST RELIABLE, Ueught direct trem the largest uml best maim -facturers in the country, ceminjr in each day thin week. THE LATEST STYLES AND THE BEST FITTING GARMENTS arc what wc arc placing en our tul!es at the present time. RUT WIS HAVE A Few Aid Suits Left Yet THAT ARE HARGAINS, having been put at them out. Mich it pi ic iih te clear THE RAPPEL. Purchasers or THE RAFPEL will at .nce appreciate its merits ns the best style or Neck wear ever made. Its ingenious construction enables the wearer te two it as a Flat Scarf or a becoming Itow. U'lien made into a Iknv it makes a perfect WINDSOR KNOT. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KINO STREET, ntilvdAw LANCASTER, PA. A RARE CHANCE ! The Greatest Ri-du-lieu ever made in FIN K WOOLENS ferOENTV WEAR at II. GERITART'S ffli 1. A Large Assortment et Genuine 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. — 7 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1881. Hancastcr I-uiciUsenccc. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1881. TJie Xew CabfHet. Mr. Garfield's cabinet is something like Mr. Garfield himself, both .strong and weak. Mr. Blaine will be recog nized as a strong man. in an office where bis strength will net be of much conse quence. The secretaryship of state is the least important of the cabinet places in these uiiiinz times of peace. Our re latiens with ether countries ieem very unlikely te be diatmbed, and nobody wants them te lis in any ether condition, we believe. If there should be an im portant element desiring te grab Mex ico, Mr. Blaine would be a very compe tent agent te carry out that design : but if any such purpose is hidden under his acceptance of this .somnolent office it is veiy v.ell concealed indeed. Mr. James, the postmaster general, in contrast te Mr. Blaine, is net a strong man general ly, but specially, and in the line of the weik vhich is given him te de He ought te m...

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 March 1881

r. LANCASTER DAILY INlSLLIJENCEEi MONDAY MUROH 7 1881. . . TUB LEAf. Lecal Tobacco Market. Last week may be said te have been a " red letter" one among growers, buyers and packers of tobacco. It is believed that mere tban twice as much of the crop of 1880 was bought as was bought during any ether week of the season, and certain ly mere than twice as much was delivered at the packing houses in this city. It is impossible te tell what proportion of the crop of this county has been purchased ; but from the large number of dealers in the field, from their unusual activity since the weather has become favorable for operating, and from the great number reported and pub lished, the total amount -cannot fall much short of 15,000 eases. The prices paid thus far have been decidedly higher than was thought possible earlier in the season, and they are te-day fully maintained. Whether the 'boom" will continue and prices be main tained te the end, no one can new tell. Thus far the operations have...

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. — 7 March 1881

.1 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, MARCH 7. 1881. Haneaster l-ntclltgcncer. MONDAY EVENING, MABCH 7, 1881. Tlic Tobacco Market. Seel Leaf and Haviia rer the Week Ending Saturday, March 5, 10 a. in. United States Tobacco Journal. While everything iu our maiket regard ing the '80 crops is as yet theorywitbeut practice, everything regarding the '79 crops is practice, with ue theory at all about it. The latter crop continues te be brought up at figures that are staggering when the pi ices of the cigars that are te be made out of it are taken into considera tion. Te some of the large manufacturers in this city, the present state of the leaf market is proving au opportunity for meney-m:iki!ir. They bought in a low market much in excess of their actual yearly needs, anticipating that the '80 crop would be a bad one. Whether their ideas regarding its condition have changed or the present high market is tee fceduc tive, is immaterial. The fact remains that I hey are quietly unloading ...

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. — 8 March 1881

I Jl SDtjje Emtte Volume XVH-fle. 160. LANCASTER, PA TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1881 Price Twe Ceite. ! cLeiaara. OFECIAL NOTICE. SPRING STYLES OF CLOTHING, AND THE MOST RELIABLE, Bought direct irem the largest and best manu facturers In the country, eemlnst in eacli day this weak. TOE LATEST STYLES AND THE JJEST FITTING GARMENTS are what we arc placing en our tables at the present time. BUT WE HAVE A Few Odd Suits left Yet THAT ARE BARGAINS, bavins been put at such a price a te clear them out. THE RAPPEL. Purchaser or THE RAPPEL will at once appreciate Its merit as the best style of Neck wear ever made. Its ingenious construction enables the wearer te use it as a Flat Scarf or a becoming Bew. When made into a Bew it maker) a purlcct WINDSOR KNOT. WILLIAMSON k mm, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, flO-ly.ltw LANCASTER, PA. A RARE CHANCE! Thn Greatest Reduction ever made in FINE WOOLENS for GEN1V WEAR at H. GERHART'S 1 A Large Assortment of Genuine English & Scotch Suiting, Beld durin...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1881. Hancastct jrutelUgencec. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 188L Marked Ballets Illegal. The supreme court of Mississippi Las given a decision in the case of Oglesby against Sigman, commissioner of elec tions, 'which involved the construction of a state election law, passed in 1880, that directed the rejection of all ballets having en them " marks or devices of any kind whereby one ticket may be dis tinguished from another." The court declares this prevision in the highest de gree mandatory, and that the duty of en forcing it must devolve upon all officers and courts te which the question of the legality of tickets se marked maybe submitted. It declares'that such tickets should be rejected when the votes are first counted by the inspectors at the various precincts. If net rejected by them, the duty of rejection is imposed upon the commissioners when the baleot-boxes and tickets are sent up te the county seat, and if these latter officers ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 March 1881

& -f M LANCASTER DAILY INTILLI3ENCER, TUESDAY MUHKH 8, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OLIt REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE The weather te-day is very pleasant. A. J. Potts, of the P. It. R. is in town te-day. The river is yet away above low water mark. William B. Given, esq., left here en the one o'clock train en a visit te New Yerk city. James 31. Gamble, esq., wife and fam ily left here te-day for their home at Williamsport. Pa. Engine Ne. 331 came here yeste rday in a disabled condition Frederick accom modation train. Deputy Corener Jehn P. Frank impan eled a jury and held an inquest ever the remains of the girl, Myra Arms, ased 13 years, and daughter or Albeit Arms, who died suddenly at her paients' home en Sunday. Drs. Craig, Kay and Liuea weaver were the physicians of the pest mortem examination. It was found "that the said Myra Arms came te her death from a natural cause, she having been afflicted with an affection of the heart." The man who te-day holds a Penn sylvania railroad excursion t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTIXIGg1jgiU MAKCH 8. 1881. -ncaster ihitelUgencet. TUESDAY KVBOTNGr, MARCH 8, 1881. BEADING SIGNS IN THE SKY. TUB WAY FOB EVEBY MAN TO MB HIS OWN WEATHER PKOPMET. Clouds that Foretell Storms and Other that Premise Fair Weather Battles tha are Foeglit by Misty SqaadreiiK In the sky. New Yerk Sun, "It's easy enough te be a weather prophet. All you've get te de is te keep your eye en the sky, and it will be a very sly storm indeed that steals a march en you." The speaker was a gentleman living en Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, who has done a geed deal of sky gazing, but who says he has no desire for public reputation as a weather-wise man. "Loek out of this south window. De you notice these long, nairew misty-looking clouds in parallel rows that seem te be advancing upward from behind Statcn Island with the precision and btcadiness of a line of battle? They are the advance guard of an approaching hterin. The ba rometer has net given the slightest sign, and it probably wi...

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 March 1881

35 1 ;i i 3I)je sitf s$ta V I WVV Volume XVII-Ne. 161 LANCASTER, PA', WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1881 Pries Twe Grata. JMpixMtxxi ZRONRITTERS. fltON 1UTTEKS. IRON BITTERS! A TRUE TONIO. IRON BITTERS are highly recommended ter all diseases requiring a certain and effi cient tonic; especially INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, INTERMITTENT FEVERS, WANT OP APPE--TITE, LOSS OP STRENGTH, LACK OF ENERGY, Ac. It enriches the bleed, strengthens the muscles, and gives new lift te the nerves. It nets like a charm en the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as Tatting the Feed, Ilelchlng, Htatin the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iren Preparation that will net elackan Ue ttwtli or give headache. Sold by all druggists. Write ter the ABC Beele, 32 pp. ei useful and amusing reading tent fret. BROWN CHEMICAL COMPANY, 12.My.lAw CLOTHING. 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 pie...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 March 1881

.1 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1881. Hancastcr Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAB. 9, 1881. That Railroad Parcbase. The great operation of the Pennsylva nia railroad, in buying a contreling inter est in-the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltmere railroad, was enthusiastically applauded by the stockholders. The fair presumption is that the purchase was judicious, as the managers of the Penn sylvania read ought te knew just what the Wilmington read is worth te it. Still it does net seem te have been very wise in the Pennsylvania stockholders te take this sagacity of their directors entirely for granted, and applaud their purchase, without even knowing the price they had agreed te pay. Se large an operation would have received the careful consideration of prudent owners. Twenty million dollars is a great deal of money te authorize railroad directors te raise and expend at their discretion. It is a great vice in the management of our great corporations that the...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLlGmERiWjEPESDAMMAKOH 9,;1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OIK BEGCLAK CUKKESPOMDENCK Rev. C. Seltzer Meily returned last evening from the United Brethren con cen feieuceat Steelton. He will preach in the United Brethren church at Third and Pciry streets en Sunday morning and even- inj next. A heavy rain has been falling all morn ing and the weather is intensely disagree able. William Hiteshue is moving his tailor shop next deer te our office at Ne. 249 Locust street. We want him te prohibit the usual vocal displays or we will make every effort te prove the establishment a nuisance. Rev. William C. Lcverett, of Carlisle, Pa., will preach in St. Paul's Episcopal church en Friday evening next at 7:30 o'clock. Te-day is Ember day. The Episcopal and Catholic churches noted it. Mass at the latter. G. N. Hyde, agent of the Alvin Jeslin troupe, passed through here te-day for Yerk witli five trunks weighing 2,500 pounds. F. J. McWade, general baggage a;cut, ordered the trunks te pas...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 March 1881

'"'isacfcafi LANCASTER DAILY INtELLIGENCEIt, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. 1881. lAtuaster jtntelltgencet. WEDNESDAY EVXNINO, MAE 9, 1B9U OLIVER WK.MUELL HOLMtS. Ok ! she was a raaia or laughing eye, Ana she lived In a great garret cold and high. And be was a tbreaibare, whiskered bean, And be lived In a cellar damp and low. Hut tbe njsy boy of tbc cliernb wing Hatb many a shaft In bis slender string, And tbe youth below and the maid above Were touched with the flashing darts et love. And she would wake from her troubled sleep, O'er bis tender billet deux te weep ; Or stand llke a statue cold and fair Anil gaze en a lock el bis bright red hair. And he who was late se tall and proud, With bis step se firm and bis laugh se loud, nis beard grew long, and bis face grew thin, And he pined In splitude ever his gin. But one soft night In tbe month of June, As she lay in the light of a cloudless moon, A voice came floating selt and clear. Te the startled maiden's Hst'nlng ear. Oh ! then from her crea...

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 March 1881

a. iOfWft.ll teH t AJ f Jiff J IJllSJntelluj jel&wtfaJtaS V'l lAV LANCASTER, PA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1881 Ftlue XTU-Na 162. Price Tw Cuts. ) JJtr OOOD8, VXDXMWEAE, R; -KTOTKLTIXS IX SCARF MH. THE "BiBNHABDT" GREYHOUND PIN CHBEKSHIETS AMD DKAWEBS, AT- E. J. ERISMAN'S, TnE 8IIIRTMAKEE, 56 NOKTH QUEEN 8TKF.KT s FECIAL RALE OF DRESS SILKS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. WATT, ill & CO. Have secured a large consignment of SUMMER SILKS, COLORED DRESS SILKS, BLACK CASHMERE SILKS, which they offer at. prices never equalled in Lancaster. A Choice Line or SUMMER SILKS la new and desirable effects, at 10 cents a yard. A Large Assortment of New SbadM In COL OUR D DRESS SILKS at 38 cents a yard. An Elegant Line of BLACK CASHMERE SILKS at 91, 1.15, 1.S0 and 1.75 a yard. These goods were considered cheap nt $1.35, 1.50, 1.75 und 2 a yard. We Invite ladles te call and examine these goods, as they are the best value we have ever offered In .Silks. att, Shand & Company, NEW YORK STORE. UBK! FJBKI!...

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

Rrc- fc.-ggiT'ffr ',''' A.gi wjmvvt. LANeASTER DAIIA INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1881. -' '-'i'T?'!!r3 Hancastcr fntelkgencn:. THURSDAY EVENING. 1IAB. 10, 1881. Net Gene for tieed. A geed deal of wonder has been caused by Mr. Blaine's retirement from the Senate into the cabinet. He gees from a place that is greatly coveted by men of ambition, who are capable of making ,tbeir mark in it, as he certainly is, te one which is shunned as a place of polit ical burial. The experience of many past years has shown that a presidential aspirant can find no stepping stone te bis ambition in a cabinet office. The secretaryship of 'state at one time had that allurement, but new it does net even have the attraction of being the most influential and powerful of the cabinet offices. It may, perhaps, be yet esteemed as the most respectable by reason of the old time perfume that hangs around it. It is a place of ease, well suited te an aged party favorite who lias surrendered his hope of the pre...

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. — 10 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTlLLIfENCEIt, JfflimSpAY 10,. 1881. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. rim-Twe. Mr. Lebzelter Kntertains lite Friends. Yesterday was the fifty-second birthday of Mr. Philip Lcbzclter, proprietor of the Eagle spoke and bending works, this city, and in celebration of the event that gen tleman prepared a surprise for his friends. Mr. Lebzelter is a member of the Lancas ter Liederkranz, and last night, being the customary meeting night of that so ciety, the members en arriving at their hall en the second fleer of the Schil ler house, were astonished te find a table of huge dimensions and bur dened with the most toothsome viands spread in the centre of the room and awaiting them, with Mr. Lcbzclter as host of the occasion. In addition te the mem bers of the 'Liederkranz a number of Mr. Lebzelter's ether friends were present. The collation was a sumptuous one, the dishes being prepared in a manner that did credit te the caterer. Mr. Schuster, of the Liedeikranz, made a speech en behalf...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1881

I W''51' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1881. Eaticaster. faitclltgehcer. THUBSDAY EVENING,. MAB. 10, 1881. Wigwam and his tiate. Bosten Pest. Mr. Wigwam is a farmer, and recently one of these agents that infest the country came along and tacked off upon him an automatic gate. The gate was se ar ranged that the weight of a person ap proaching it would cause it te rise, and when they had passed under it, down it come. This gate was painted red, and the day it was put in position, a cress bull, owned by Mr. Wigwam, discovered it. A ' bull somehow has a rooted antipathy for that hue, and this animal no sooner dis covered the gate than it made a rush te gore it. Of eeurse, as the bull approached the gate, his weight causeditterise,andhe passed under it, and his failure te hit any thing solid, seemed te affect him about as it does a man te go up a dark stairway, and when he had reached the top, think there is one step mere, and step for it, and bring his feet down se ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 March 1881

H)je 'jmti0&. !-A .'I Telime XVII- Ne, 163 LANCASTER, PA", FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1881 Price Twe C . CLOlHUftf. jOK BLIABLK CLOTHIMU AKDTHK LOWEST PRICES 60I0- Williamson & Fester, 36 East King Street. THE Spring Styles are coming In, and the assortment's the finest we have ever had. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING will be a specialty this season. The patterns are tire choicest, ana the stvlcs and makeup the best. Trusting you will favor us with a call, our opening day is whenever It best suits you te come and see what we have te show you. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, nc-1ydw LANCASTER, PA. Special Announcement! New is your time te secure- bargains in CLOTHING! Te make room for our large stock of Cloth ing for Spring, new being manufactured, we will make- sweeping reductions throughout our large stock of EOT WIGHT CLOTHING, CONSISTING OF Overcoats, Suits, &c, MEN, BOYS AND YOUTHS. ODDS AND ENDS OF CLOTHING IN COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, BELOW COST....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 March 1881

. .rxit?T,-rtHJJr.n. ,xmiurirtiiivrniei'AHr LANCASTER DAILY IKTELLIGEKCER FRIDAY, MARCH U, 1881. Hancasrct fnteilegencec FRIDAY EVENIKG, MARCH H, 18ei. Sacrificing a Parly. The Republican leaders de net seem te betaking very prudent care of their party, the geed of party -men being ap parently considered before that of the party itself. It is indisputably of the greatest consequence te the organization that it should control Congress ; but its power te de se, which it barely wen in the election, seems te have already dis appeared. The Democrats have organ ized the Senate, although they were in a minority, through he defection of Ma hone and the accession of Arthur te the chair and its deciding vote, until four Republican senators were taken out of the body, one by death and three by Gar field. The party managers calculate upon gaining control of the Senate when the vacancies arc filled, but, however fair thier hope of this, they certainly would have shown but a decent consid eration...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 March 1881

I LANCASTER DAILY lOTBLLiaENCER,-ERtDAt3lAJtaaL lCl881. si EluUltOKIIOOD NEWS. Near a;nd Acress the County Lidc. All de;js reMdmg m tlie borengu of West Chester are te be registered, Mr. and Mrs. Saxn'l. Dickey, of Oxford, btaiteil en Monday for Flerida, where they will ltinain for a mouth or six weeks. Jcfcse McCreryhas sehl his grist and s.:v mills in Celcrain township, Lancas ter county, te James Ilatki.ess, of Little JJi Haiti. Mr. McCrery has rented Wiley's mills in Lewer Oxford. David Hummel, ajed about sixty-five years, residing in bwatara Gap, and the father of Jesiali Hummel, one of the Kaber muidercrs, who was li'uny last sum mer, has died at his home, it is said, from a broken heart. Frank Pyle, miller iu the lower end of Lancaster county, was the possessor of a handsome and long beard. While he was cmaed in yieasiiur some machinery in lii.s mill his whiskers ;t entangled in the wheels and were :ictually tern from his face. The accident was an exceedingly painful one, but...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 March 1881

J& Lancaster daily intmxigencek, fkiday, march u. i88i. Hamastet fntclltgenccr. FKIDAY STENINa, MAB. 11, .1881. Tobacco Steins as Srnnre. Country Gentleman. In this county, where tobacco is the great, and I might almost say the only paying crop, it is often planted for several years in succession en the same land. Therefore our farmers, of very necessity, must turn te profit everything that will, in the shape of manure, increase the yield of their crops; and, from long experience they have found that there is nothing su perior te the coarse stalks of tobacco. Every one is saved ; every one is utilized, and there is no question but thay they are profitable. It is net necessary that they should receive any special preparation for use. Many mix them in the barnyard with btable manure, where they readily absorb the liquid manure, and ret as fast or faster than corn stalks. They are then applied similarly, and along with the ether man ures, for any crop needed. The ravages of the pot...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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