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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 March 1881

t laitfaftefi Volume XYII-Ne. 164. LANCASTER, PAi, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881. Price Twe Crste. ah alSiJntcllujcucer czoiMure. IPECIAI. AJMKNJNCKMK1IT. ALROSENSJEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, Twe Hundred ana twenty-five suits for men. Twe hundred ana forty suit for beya. One hundred and sixty-five suits for children. And about three hundred pairs et t rang ers for men and boys et all styles and qual ity. Is the balance of my stock et ready made Clothing, which I will dispose et at very low prices, prier te removing en May 1st te my new store room, Ne. 37 North Queen street, at present occupied by Mr. J. Eehrer, the liquor merchant, which will be lemedcled during' the month of April, where I propose te de a general Merchant Tailoring Business, making it a specialty. The prices et ready made Clothing range as follews: Children's -Suits, $1.50. $1.75, $2,20,f3,$3.5B,,L50and$5. Beys' Suite, $2. $ZS0,$1. $3.50, M, $L50, $5, 15.50. $6, 8H and $7. Men's Suits, 93, $3.50, $4, $tJ0, $5, $5.50, $...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER PAH? INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1881. iLancastcr fnteUtgeniTt. FRIDAT EVENING. 1CABCH 12, 1881. The Indepcadent Representative. The statement by Judge Davis, of his political position is one which -new at tracts a great deal of attention, and re ceives the warm commendation of the many people in the nation who have come te realize the fact that party gov ernment is net the true government. In an ideal republic the most honest, en lightened and sensible citizens would be chosen by the people te representative positions, and be permitted and required te discharge their representative duties according te their own best judgment. It used te be very popular te declare in favor of " principles net men ;" which was another way of saying that the party candidate should be voted for whatever might be his deficiency in qual ification. The idea was that the party platform settled the principles, and fur nished such a guide te the representa tive that it was safe te trust him. ...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTELLIGE2S0ER; SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 21881. FOUND DEAD IN EAST KARL. Tbe Insane Wile of William Watsen Dies la the Woodi. Special Telegram te the Istkllieescee. New Helland, March 12. The body of the dead negre woman, found yesterday in the weeds near Rauck's church, East Earl township, has been identified as that of the wife of Wm. Watsen, a somewhat notorious negre, who ranged along the northern border of the Welsh menntains. He was arrested, tried, convicted and is new serving a term of imprisonment en a number of charges of chicken stealing. His wife was subject te fits of insanity and it is supposed that she died in some sort of a fit. Her body was found by Eli Dunlap while en his way te work. The conclu sion of the coroner's jury has net yet been reported. ANOTHER MYSTfcBIOCS DEATH. Gent:einan ' David Kartz Found Dead In Ills Field. Special te tlie Intelligencer. New Helland, March 12, 1881. David Kurtz, better known as "Gentleman David," who resided near the Wh...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEIXiaENCEKSATORDArYMAllCH 12. 1881. Eancastet intelligencer. SATURDAY VKKINO, MAS. 12. 1881. VERNAL FAITH. When heaven was stormy, earth was cold, And sunlight shunned the world and wave. Thought burrowed In the church-yard mould. And led en dreams that haunt the grave. But new thatbearen Is freed from strife , And earth's lull heart with rapture swells, Thought sears through fields et endless life Above the shining asphodels. What flower that drinks the south wind's breath, W!;at sparkling leaf, what Hebe morn. But flouts the sullen gray-beard Deatlu And laughs our arctic doubts te scorn? Pule scientist, scant of healtbtul bleed, Your ghastly tomes one moment close ; l'luck lreshness trem a spring-time bud. Find wisdom in the opening rose. Mark the white lily, wh03e sweet core Hath many a wUd-bee swarm enticed. And drew therefrem a honeyed lore Pure as the tender creed of Christ ! Yea, even the weed, whieh upward holds Its tiny ear past bower and lawn, A lovelier...

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. — 14 March 1881

all BJntcllujciucr. imita$x Volume XVU-Ne. 165. LANCASTER, PAi, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1881 Prke Tw frits. czeimsa. Ot'EVlAl. ANNOUNCEMENT. AL.ROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, Twe hundred and twenty-five suits for men. Twe hundred and lerty suits for boys. One liundrcd and sixty-five suits for children. And ubeut three hundred pairs et trous ers for men and boys ei all styles and qual ity, is the balance et my stock et ready made Clothing, which I will dispose et at very low prices, prier te removing en Hay 1st te my new stere room, Ne. 37 North Queen street, at present occupied by Mr. J. Relircr, the liquor merchant, which will be icmedelcd during the month of April, wiiere I propose te de a general Merchant Tailoring Business, making it a specialty. The prices et ready made Clothing range ns follews: Children's Suits, $1.50, 91.75, !, $2.50, IS, $3.50, si, $1 M and S3. Beys Suits, Ir2. $i.Vt, $t. $3.50, $1, $150, r. S3JM.I6, $650 and $7. .Men's Suit, $, $3.50, $4, $1.50, $5, $5.50, ...

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. — 14 March 1881

LANCASTER JEAIL1 lTEIlGENCER MONDAY, MABCH14, 1881. i Lancaster utdUencet. MONDAY EVENING. MABCH 14, 1831. Tfce Assasslaatlca. The Russian Czar has been at length slain, after the failure of many attempts, and the consequences te flew from the act iwnttntfrWdevefaped. They ought te be of- great valne te the persistent as- Mstinaters if they have been wise men. rather than fanatics and feels ; for surely it is no small expectation of advantage that would justify a political faction in plotting the death of the nation's ruler. But the probability is that the gain for Which they have done and risked se much they 'will net get. Assassinations are net efteji profitable te political con spirators; and especially is it difficult te discover any' probable advantage te the Russian Nihilists in substituting the Czarcwitch for the Czar. The new ruler is no mere favorable te their designs than the old. He cannot be, since they aim te overthrew the government which it is his te maintain. The res...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY ramUffflTCEE, MONDAY, MAJtOT 14, 1881. irrandmethers." Speaking of the degra datien and misery of which no means of alleviation exist there, the lecturer said that, "Humanity in godliness has no par ticipation there." Iu his closing remarks San-Ah-Brah spoke of the need of mere means and workers iu India, and then closed with an appeal te all te seek imme diate salvation. San-Ah-Brah spoke extremely correct English and with great distinctness, he having first been educated in a mission school in India, and came te this country about twelve years age, and is new study ing medicine at Jeffersen medical college, Philadelphia. After having completed the study he designs returning te his own country te labor. During the address the speaker was listened te with much atten tion, and collections were taken up. The lecturer had, back of the pulpit, a number of charts portraying the different gods and goddesses, and also some original idols from Burmau, ami was clothed in full...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 March 1881

ESSSSgssseaKasajasBssfiB 5522953HHESSH! saMaeweaea LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, MONDAY, MARCH 14. 1881. Lancaster IntcHijjencer. MONDAY EVENING, MAB. 14, 1881. The Tebacce Market. Seed Leaf and Havana for the Week Ending Marcb 1, lO a. m, Market dulL With-tlie exception of a sale of 1,000 cases of '79 Ohie, nothing really noteworthy occurred. Prices for all '79 stocks have net advanced any daring the past week, nor did they decline. These having useful stocks en band de net make any effort te attract buyers, as it will be many months before the '80 crop becomes a competing article. Furthermore, the total amount of '79 goods en hand has been growing smaller of late, and though jobbers in the country and large manu facturers here during the past few months supplied themselves largely, the greater portion of the middle class manufacturers have, as usual, no great surplus of leaf en hand and consequently will continue te buy whether leaf is cheap or dear. The opinions regarding the '8...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1881

zmtaM Volume XYII-Ne. 166. CLOimxa. s PKCIAX. ANKOCNCEMEST. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, Twe hundred and twenty-five suits for men. Twe hundred and lerty suits for boys. One hundred und sixty-five suits for children. And ubeut three hundred pairs et Ira us ers for men and boys et all styles and qual ity, Is the balance et my stock et ready made Clothing, which 1 will dispo-e et at very low prices, prier te removing en May 1st te my new ttore room, Ne. S7 North Queen street, at present occupied by Mr. J. Kolirer, the liquor merchant, which will be remodeled (luting the month of April, where I propose te de a general Merchant Tailoring Business, making it a specialty. The prices et ready made Clothing range as follews: Children's Suits, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $8, $3.10, $l,$l.50und $5. Heys' Suits, $2. $2.50,31, $-'!.50, $1, $1.5.'), 95, $5.5!i, $fi, $1550 and $7. Men's Suits, $3, $3.50, $1. $1.50, $5, $5.50, $6, $7, $8 and up. Overeeat?, of which 1 have a large sleck en ha...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1881

''"''"- LANCASTER DAlLi 1OTELL1GEK0ER TUESDAY, MAJROH 15, 1881. Hancastct fnielltgencec. TUXSDAT RVENING. MABCH 16, 1881. Ambition Overleaping Itself. Well knowing the man and noting Lis maneeuvres, we have never doubted that Mahone would be found acting with the Republican party. We have often declared that there was no doubt at all of his contemplated treachery te the Democratic party, his position in which he has been using in Virginia in an ef fort te build up a party of his own. There has been a contest between him self and the regular Democratic ergani zatien in the state, in which he had called te his aid every fragment of op position te the Democracy, while yet proclaiming himself a Democrat and se holding control of a faction of the Dem ocratic party which hugged te its soul an insane longing te repudiate the state debt. There has absolutely been noth ing at the foundation of Mahone's Dem ocratic support in Virginia but the re pudiation, or as it is called there the " readj...

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 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1881. THE LEAF. Tbe Lecal Tobacco Trade. The past week has been notable as tbe week during which mere tobacco was bought aud mere delivered than during any ether week this seaseu. There were also a greater number of buyers in the field and a consequently rather mere com petition in securing choice crops. The total purchases of the crop of 1880 thus far made in this county are estimated at fully 20.000 cases, and some think the amount still larger. Some buyers are said te have already secured all they want. Mr. Geslinsky, of San Francisce, is said te have taken 500 cases and stepped buying, as lie is net well pleased with the crop. Messrs. Kosen Kesen shiue. Heseuwald aud Ulcrfield & Bach man are also reported as slacking up in their purchases for the same lcoseu, but their places are filled by new buyers from abroad and wc hear of a few of our local buyers who have net yet entered the mar ket who intend te commence operations. Th...

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

.ggiwg'ggragsswggga fffWww. EaasnaaaggiuiawMgHBurBuw LANCASTER DAILY ESTELUGENGER, .TUJiSDAY, MARCH 15. 1881. Lancaster jntrilfgencet. TUESDAY EVENING, MABCH16, 1881. Odds and Eads. The ether day a goat licked off 8170 worth of revenue stamps from whisky barrels stored in a Shelby ville (Ind.) dis tillery. "Hewmuehisthat?" said a mourner in a flower shop, pointing te a wreathef immertelles inscribed " Te my mother-in-law." "What you like," replied the florist; " I have had it for four years and no one has ever offered te purchase it." Senater Carpenter used te tell with much gusto, a remark made by his son Paul several years age. At a social even ing gathering at the senator's house a guest inquired of the boy, "Paul, what de you intend te de when you grew te be a man?" "Well," answered the boy, "I should like te drive a hack, but I suppose I shall have te be a senator." That is indeed a beautiful and touching story which has been set afloat about two red copper cents left in the po...

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. — 16 March 1881

3H)je bftite$te$ A 1 IAvA-- LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1881 Teluae XVH-Ne. 167. Price Twe Cents. CLOJHLSU. S1 FECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. AL.ROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, Twe hundred ami twenty-live suits for men. Twe hundred and lerty suits for bej-s. One hundred und sixty-live milts for children. And about three hundred pairs el trous ers for men and lKys et all styles and qual ity, is the balance et my stock el ready made Clothing, which 1 will dispose el at very low prices, prier te removing en May 1st te my new stere room, Ne. 37 North Queen street, at present occupied by Mr. J. Rehrer, the liquor merchant, which will be remodeled during the month of April, where I propose te de a general Merchant Tailoring Husincss, making it a specialty. The prices et ready made Clothing range as follews: Children's Suits, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $8, $150, $4, $1.50 and $:.. Heys' Suits, 2. $2.50,$!, $3.50, $1, $1.50, $0, $5.50, $C, $650 and $7. Men's Suits, $3, $3.50, $1. $1.50, $5...

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 March 1881

W-m'-nv-M xnmmrm9m .,J.J.-TO,Hl'.lF1t "wnyy LANCASTER DAILY 1MEIXIGEJSCBR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1G, 1881 Hancastct l-ntelligencet. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAB. 15, 1881. Tne Purchase of Mahone. Hew brazen it was in Conkling te ar raign bis Democratic colleagues fcr pressing tbe organization of the commit tees of tbe Senate and demanding that they should delay until the arrival of Republican senators could make tbe purchase of Mahone effective ! Se far as the Democratic senators knew, they bad a majority of the Senate when it was full. Conkling knew otherwise. Ma hone lias been brought into the Republi can fold by men allied te him. The Phil adelphia Press has been the Mahone organ and it is a Conkling organ. Gor Ger ham, who was working for his old place as secretary of the Senate, was the ne gotiater. He gets his reward, Mahone gets his, and Conkling his. Knewing that by this purchased vote the Republi cans were te secure the organization of the Senate, Conkling had the supreme impudence te...

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. — 16 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKmUMNOEfc, WEDNESDAY, MAAOH 16, 1881. MARIETTA MATTERS. OUB KKGCLAK CORRESPONDENCE. Obituary Tobacco Sales Exploring the the l.an vuaDnci saics xeciure. The friends of Miss Lizzie Kammerer will be pained te learn of her death, which took place last evening at CJ o'clock, although the event was net an unexpected one, for her disease was consumption and her last illness confined her te her bed for fourteen weeks, during a great part of which time it was expected that she would be taken away at any minute. Miss Lizzie was a consistent member, of the Episcopal church. She was possessed of a gentle and lady-like disposition ; and, although somewhat letired, was known loved and respected by many in our community who sincerely regret her les3. The parents have the sympathy of all who knew of their peculiar affliction in the less of three daughters since their removal from Phila delphia te this place about eight years age. The funeral will take place en Fri day afternoon at...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 March 1881

Iff- "-----WWJM.-m LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, MARCHJ6. 1881. !) & ',i Hatuaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAB. 16, 1881. Menler's Chocolate. The Trick Which Made it Famous. The vastuess or individual enterprise in New Yerk and Chicasre, if net eclipsed, was at least equalled in Paris by M.. Emile Justis Menier, the celebrated chocolate manufacturer, who has died. Ne name was better known in Fiance than Menier. In connection with the article he manu factured, his name is known throughout the habitable glebe. His solicitude for the welfare of his employees made i-im very popular, and the phalanx of nearly two thousand werkingrccn who fol lowed his bier the ether day te the ccme tery exhibited the symptoms of genuiue son en. 31 r. Menler's father was a chemibt and a compeunder of patent medicines. Menier jils, after a thorough reurse in the laboratories of Oriiki, Dutuas, Teleuzaaud Malard, took held of the business with such such success that lie was seen en...

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. — 17 March 1881

9 'ntduaett&f' t tt$$xti Volume XYIINe. 168. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881 Prlw Twe IViiK all CLernrsu. s PK-JlAL ANrJUBNCEMEJiT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, " Twe hundred and. twenty-five uuiU for men. Twe bundled ami lerty buitb for boys. One hundred and bixty-flve suits for children. And about three hundred pairs et 1 miser-, ler men and boys et all styles and qual ity, i-, the b.ilanee, et my stock et ready, madc Clet!niir, which I will dispene et at very low prices prier te removing en May 1st te my new store room, Xe. 37 North Queen street, at presenteccupied by Mr. J. Relirer, the liquor merchant, which will be lemedeled dining the month of April, wnere I propose Je de a trenenil Merchant Tailoring ISuinu, making it a specialty. The prices el leady made Clothing r.ingc a-, rolleut: Children' Suits, $1.50, $1.75, -', fi.."iJ,"8, fl.M), ?l,$I..V)anl $.". Heys' Suits, ?'. $'.5, $:. !."!', $1, $l"', . $".i0. , $0 50 and 17. .Men Suils, !, "tf.i0, $4. $1.5...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 March 1881

wptgy LANCASTER PAIL? 1NTEIX1GEKCEK THUBSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881 Hanrastct fritriUsencet. THUBSDAY EVENING, MARCH 17, 1881. The Speaker and His Accuser. It is very right for Speaker Hewit le be sensitive te public criticism upon his action, and no newspaper will have rea son te object te the expulsion of its cor respondent from the fleer of the Heuse if he has abused his privileges te falsely accuse the speaker or any member. The question is whether this has been done. We believe in the propriety of holding newspapers te a strict accountability for their criticism of public men, just as fully as we believe in holding public men te a strict accountability for the hon est and efficient performance of their duties. Correspondents and editors are tee apt te indulge in unfounded denun ciation and se bring into contempt the information and the criticism which it is the function of the newspaper te publish. Injustice is daily done te pub lic servants; and it cannot always be avoided. "With the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENqil, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881. ST. FATKICK'S HAT. Seme Account of the Great Apostle and tne Introduction et Christianity Inte Ire land: Before HU Day. St. Patrick's day in the morning opened , raw and cloudy, but, for a wonder, net stormy. There is no special observance of the day in this city, though in many of the larger cities parades, diuners, orations and ether festivities are being bad. It is net known positively where or when the great apostle was born. Beth France and Scotland claim him. He was born about the year 372. At the age of sixtecu he was captured by a band of marauders, carried te Ireland, sold into slavery and escaped to.Scetland. Carried off a second time and again escaping, he visited Italy, became a devoted Christian and was Gnally sent by Pepe Celcstiu, in the year 432, as archbishop of Ireland, where h'.s preaching was se effective that the whole people were seen converted fiem Druidism te Christianity, and he was recognized dm ing h...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IMELLIGENGER, THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 1881. Eantaster I-ntcHigerim. THURSDAY EVENING, IIAKCH 17, ie8J. iirTatd Fruit-List. IBJtlCAC t'.ein tiie (isrmuulevrn Telegraph, riiuce th3 last publication cf our fiuit list, we nave Ver satisfactory reason changed opinion with respect te a few of the fruits which it contained. Bat in. re gard te the li-vE as a 7h0le we can sea no just grounds for disturbing it. Indeed, wc de net see hew it can" be improved for this section of country, or as a general list for all the middle s-tiies. Seme of each of the seperate selections may net de well upon one premises that will succed ad mirably en another. Each grower must find out for himself tLa particular apples, pears, &c, especially adapted te his soil and location. I his can be easily done by iaquiiies of these who are successful fruit fruit geowers, whose scil is somewhat similar te their own. According te our p.e&e.it preiere.ics, we t.lieuld select the foi.ewing fercir cwa pl...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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