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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 March 1881

m tmnJtaM, - V. ., ; Volume XYII-Ne. 169. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1881 Price Tw Celts. cz.eiHnra T)EAD! BEAU Light and Medium Weight Frem $G te $18 in Price, and we also make loonier anything that you may want in the line of CLOTHING. Hi Department B being fitted up for all kind ei fine work. The styleit of Clothing; for Sprint; arc coining in every day anil such heaps of reliable Cloth ing lit a wonder te everybody. Trusting you will favor us with a call, as the prices are made the very lowest for which the goods can be bought anywhere. MEN'S SUITS Frem 34.50 te $25. The money will be refunded en all goods net satisfactory WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. -Clothing, Hats Trunks and Furnishing Goods. iflfi-lydAw Special Announcement! New is your time te secure bargain.- in CLOTHING! Tomakcreon; for our large stock of Cloth ing for Spring, new being manufactured, we will make sweeping reductions throughout our large stock of HEAV...

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. — 18 March 1881

jedSSSH fc'wrai m.itrmw V,- ? LANCASTER PAILX USTELLlGENCEfe FRIDAY, MABCH 18, 1881 Lancaster rnicU:enccr. FRIDAY EVENING. MAECH 18, 1881. The Grant Fund. The proprietor of the New Yerk Timcc, a geed while age, undertook te raise a quarter of a million dollars for General Grant, in small subscriptions from among the body of the people. He declared his ability te obtain the amount in a moment in large contributions from men of wealth, but he did net want it in this way. The beauty of his scheme was in the evidence it afforded of the esteem in which Grant was held by the masses. While intended for the benefit of that very notorious individual, it was te be given te ' him as the eldest ex preaident of the United States, and the fund was te be an endowment for all time of that ex-public functionary. It was quite an idea. Mr. Geerge Jenes was captivated with it. He knew that col lege professorships were often endowed by munificent individuals for the benefit of a particular friend whom t...

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. — 18 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IiqaLLIQENCR, FKipi.Y, AfAHOH 18, 1881 practice of medicine at Gap, Lancaster county. Returned te Philadelphia, and for several years previous te his death filled a prominent position in the employ of the Pennsylvania railroad company. Notwith standing lie took high rank as a physician, I always felt that his life was misdirected, that literature was the field in which nature fitted him te shine, and had he made a truer estimate of his own abilities and lived te reach a riper age, he would have ranked among the ablest thinkers and writers of his time. Within the last decade a revived inti macy sprang up between David and Jehn Housten, another cousin, who, for many years, was a permanent resident ei Phila delphia, that ripened into a close brotherly bend of affection, which terminated only with the death of Jehn, an event which took place in October, 1879. I bave thus hastily reviewed these branches of the Housten family and might here fittingly close, yet am tempted ...

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. — 18 March 1881

JSffsRsprwssrvsrR, 'JW"."." jw,, ,, irmcxa LANCASTERDXILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, MARCH 18. 1881. Lancaster f ritelligencet. FRIDAY EVENUJG.'MABCH 18, 1881. The Waj of the World. A dentist's sign : Drawing, music and dancing. A stingy man is even chary when he of fers a visitor a scat. Trifles liubt as hair sometimes turn the whole course of a man's appetite. . Remenyi performs en a $5,000 violin. Ne wonder the young man next deer plays se abominably. His fiddle cost but $2,50. " IIe. all yc ilyspeptics !" says a patent medicine advertisement. If all the dys peptics would hoe regularly, their number would be reduced. When a woman leaves .a man who has net earned his salt for years, he immedi ately advertises that he will pay no debts of her contracting. It is said that perk fed en Cincinnati whiskey is never afflicted with trichinosis. When the parasites get a whift of the whiskey they take pity en the pig and leave. A mau who will break a gum-drop in two piece, te make the exact wei...

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. — 19 March 1881

&)t Ifertfaite fntmxti& 1 ' !?V'9Tv5W7?l5tr35PH- Volume XVIJ-Ne. 170. VLOTUIKO. s PKClAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WILL REMOVE ex MAY 1st, 1881, TO Ne. 37 North Queen St., (New occupied by Mr. Jeremiah Rohrer, Liquor Merchant). This store will be remodeled during the mouth of APRIL, and will be ene of the IXaudsemcst Structures iu Lan caster. In councctieu with au immense and elegant stock of Ready-lade Clothing FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S WEAR, I will have a Meri where you will find the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using none but line trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, AT FROM $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY $15 SUIT is positively equal te auy 25 Suit made elsewhere. Call and see it. 27 Different Patterns from which you can cheese. The bal ance of my READY-MADE STOCK WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OP COST, As I desire going...

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. — 19 March 1881

V LANCASTER DAILI USTELLIGEKCJER SATURDAY, MARCH 19 1881 Lancaster fnteUisencec. SATURDAY EVENING. MABCH 19, 1881. The Touchstone of Crazwess. The suicideef General Upton has occa sioned the greatest surprise among these who knew him, and who declare him te have been the last man they would have suspected of such an act. The nearly unanimous conclusion is that he was in sane when the deed was done, although he never was before suspected of such mental malady. One of his acquaint ances, however, has adopted another theory, and a plausible one, tee. He says that Upton was in the constant habit of sleeping with a revolver in easy reach, and lie believes that he seized upon it while in a dream, and in pursuance of an apparently needful purpose conceived in that troubled state of his mind. It will be seen, en a little reflection, that these two theories are net se diverse as they at first appear. The mind may be disordered for the time in a dream as greatly as it would be in any ether te...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLICxENCER, SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1831. KIJ,L' ANDREWS. lie is " Busted " but at Liberty. Billy Andrews, the variety manager, whose anest aud bearing before Alder man Barr en charges of false pretence and absconding te defraud a landlord, marie against him by Geerge W.Eaby, were mentioned in yesterday's Ixtelligenceb. has had a rather varied experience within the past twenty-four hours. At the time our report closed yesterday, he was in the bauds of an elQcer, who held a commit meat issued by Alderman Barr, consign ing Mr. Andrews te the county prison te answer at court the charges piefcrred against him. Instead of taking his prisoner te jail, the officer, by consent of the prosecutor, and, we arc told, with the knowledge of Alder man Barr, accompanied Andrews te Columbia, where he was booked te give an entertainment, the unrier.stauding be ing that the officer should leceive the pio pie ceeris of the entertainment, or se much of them as might be necessary te pay E...

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

ffiTytMptMr.'1 w yyt .iijijgjpp, j.y, . B-ry 9- r LANCASTER DAILY LNTELIIGENCEK, SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1881. iamastet intelligencer. SATURDAY KVENINO, MARCH 10, 1881 1 DREAM. 1 have dreams. I sometimes dream of life In the tall meaning of that splendid word ; lis subtle music, which few men hare beard Though all may hear It sounding tureugh earth's strife; Its lelty heights by mystle breezes kissed. Lifting thlr lovely peaks above the lst ; Its treasures that no touch or time can rust ; Its etteraid seas. Us dawn et amethyst ; Its certain purpose, in sorene repose ; Its usefulness that finds no hours for woes This Is my dream of life. Yes, I havt'tff earns. I eftlmes dream of love. As radiant and brilliant as a star As ehanjjcless, tee, as that fixed light star That glorifies vast worlds of space above, Streng as the tempest when It holds its breath Ilctore it bursts in lury and as deep As the unfathomed seas, where let worlds sleep. And sad as birth, and beautiful as death, As lerven...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1881

3J)je ICaujiata Velnme XYH-Ne. 171. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, MAUCH 21, 1881. Price Twe Cents. CLOTMJtG. S1 l'F.ClAL ASOCXCEMr.NT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WH.I. BEMOVB ex MAY 1st, 1881, T Ne. 37 North Queen St., (New occupied ly Mr. Jeremiah Kehtcr, Liquor Muiehunl). This stoic will be remodeled during the month of APRIL, and will be one or the Handsomest Structures in Lan caster. In connection with an immense and elegant stock of Ready-Made Clothing FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S WEAR, I will have a Meri where you will iiud the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using none but line trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY 815 SUIT is positive;' equal te auy $i Suit made clsewhei.e. Call and sec it. 27 Different Patterns from which you can cheese. The bal ance of my READY-MADE STOCK WIMi J5K SUM) REGARDLESS OP COST, As 1 d...

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

LANCASTER BAIte INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, MARCH 21 1881 Lancaster fntclligencec. MONDAY EVENING, MABCH 21, 1881. A Uniting Administration. The president cannot make up his mind about that extra session, although he has all the facts in his possession bearing upon the question of its advis ability. When a man who fills an exec utive office is unable te speedily decide upon his action, though all the attainable information is in his hands, he displays conspicuously his incempetency for his p. si. Mr. Garfield is reported-te be a niiiti of indecision, or rather of variable decision, and of course knows his weak nets. He shows a disposition te escape its ill effects by postponing his declara tions of purpose until lie can be sure that he will net want te change them. The motto is that of Davy Crockett, te be sure you're right before you go ahead ; and no principle of action is mere worthy of observance. But people who cannot quickly make up their minds that they are right are net the ones t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTlLLIMNCElt, MONDAY, MAIICKi 21. 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK ItEGULAK COKKESFONDENCE. The Philadelphia & Reading railroad pay ear was in town this morning, and the employees were paid for February's work. A new platform is being laid in front of -the Reading & Columbia railroad depot at this place. Mr. Wiliiam Hitcshue's class of the licthcl Sunday-school yesterday prc f ctitcd a handsome hymn besk te Rev. J. II. Estcrline, pastor of the church. Hilly Andrews's company left here for Baltimore en Saturday afternoon at 3:03 o'clock. The rainy weather of the past few days cleared away last evening and gave place te a starry sky, but this morning it is again ominous looking. Michael Barry, who was injured at Lan caster a few days age, was brought te his home at his place 'this morning. Barry was married te a Miss Hendricks, of Columbia, a few weeks age. The Pert Deposit passenger train, which leaves licit: at 7:45 o'clock, was detained an hour this morning by frei...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1881

StiSSvrVrgryTJe ' LANCASTER DJJLT INTELLiaENOER, MONDAY MAECH 21, MIL Eancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1881. Tebacce. The New Tork Market Seed Leaf and Ha vana. United States Tobacco Journal. It has been quiet week. Bayers have net been plenty ; stocks offered wcre net of the kind te induce speculative invest ment. It may almost be taken for grant ed that the rush for '79 tobacco has come te an end, and whatever is yet in the mar ket will sell off quickly in small lets, and at least at no less figures than these that are being paid for it te day. The balance en hand of the Connecticut maybe an ex ception, an;l a decline in figures for it is probable. Trials of every description have been made by large manufacturers te give mere color te this stock ; but its na tural tenderness permits no rcsweating nor successful rehandling ; it has te be worked into cigars as it comes from the cases, and large manufacturers can only be induced te buy it when the wrappers arc offer...

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. — 22 March 1881

fnMligm&f Sljje mtf a$tei Volume XVIl-Xe. 172. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1881. Price Tw feats. CLOTHING. s ECIAI ANriOUNCEMKT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WILL BEHOVE OS MAY 1st, 1881, TO- Ne. 37 North Queen St., (New occupied by Mr. Jeremiah Rohrer, .Liquor Merchant). This stoic will be re modeled during the month of APRIL, and will be one of the Handsomest Structures in Lan caster. In connection with an immense and elegant stock of Ready-Hade Clothing FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S WEAR, I will have a 1 where you will find, the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using none but flue trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT. FIT, AT 1Y.OM $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY S15 SUIT is positively ctjual te any $23 Suit made elsewhere. Call aud sce it. 27 Different Patterns from which you can cheese. The bal ance of my READY-MADE STOCK WILL. 1JE SOLI) R...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 March 1881

'Hreryifr'''' " LANCASTER BAIL 1OTEIXIGE3XGER TUESDAY, MARCH 22 1881 I-& ?: Lancaster fntelltgencet. TUESDAY EVENING. MABCH 22, 1881. A Raised Cats-Paw. Mr. Speaker Hewit lias only been vin dicated by a committee of the Heuse from a charge of partisanship yind un fairness in referring bills te committees, when he embraces the opportunity te demonstrate that the charges were proba bly true and the vindication undeserved. The original accusation against him fades into insignificance beside the de monstrated infamy of his abuse of his power as speaker of the Heuse. That the man is a knave is tee clearly ex hibited te be doubted, unless he be a feel. One would say that a man of fair intelligence,who honestly complained of a newspaper that it had falsely charged him with sending te unfriendly committees measures of legislation te which he was opposed and te friendly commit tees these which he favored, would be exceedingly careful afterward that his rulings as speaker should bafair. I...

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. — 22 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, MARCEL 22. 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK KEGULAB CORRESPONDENCE. The was net much life in te-day's mar' ket. That Grand Army beau bake will take place in the early part of April. An operatic performance like "The Chimes of Normandy " wen id take well, j-s we have had nothing of the kind lately. Let the home pest of the G. A. - R. go ahead. The old council will held its last meet ing te-morrow a week, Wednesday. March :50th. The Rcntz-Santlcy novelty company ar rived in town this morning and will show in the opera house this evening te a large audience. Mr. Frederick Bucher, who is excavat ing the cellars ler bix new houses at Sixth aud Walnut streets, has his brick piled up near at hand ready te go te work in build ing, which he will commence in a few days. Mr. Ames Bewman, of Maiictta, was in town yesterday. A number of ladies visited the armory last evening te witness the diill of com pany II, which was one of the best in sev eral months. A surpr...

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. — 22 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILI INXHXIGENGEK, TUESDAY, MARCH 22. 1881. Hanrastcr Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 22, 1881. MY BLUE-VEILED COUSIN, Who, Like Paul Pry, Just Dropped .In." Fer the IKTIXLIOKTCZR. Like a leuntaln in a desert, Like a grass-blade en a rock. Like the silence that comes after The loud striking of a clock. Like a star-ray in the darkness, Like a sun-ray bright and warm, Like a rainbow en a cloud's brew. The bright crowning ei a storm Came she : brightest sunset Te a rainy, dreary day; Fer a raoment supreme brightness. Darkness when she went away. Llke a flower by the roadside, Like a daisy bright with dew. Like a female jebnny-jnmp--up, With a modest head ei blue ! w. r. m. LENTEN DISHES. HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS ABOUT WAYS or COOKING FISH. Delicious Soups Without Meat Boiled anil Baked Fish and Flab en Mate- lette Wine aud Fried Bread. Te keep Lent strictly, in se far as absti nence from meat is concerned, is by no means te fast, since exceedingly dainty dinners may be pr...

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. — 23 March 1881

(Ofyz ffarifete3 Volume XVII-Ne. 173. LANCASTER, PA., W JDAY, MARCH 23, 1881. Price Tire Gmts. raprimagmOT: V ' ' . -TK - CZ.OTM1KO. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. AL.ROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS. WILL REMOVE OX MAY 1st, 1881, -TO Ne. 37 North Queen St., (New occupied by Mr. JcrcmlaH Rehrcr, Liquor Merchant). This stere will be remodeled during the month of APRIL, and will be one of the Handsomest Structures in Lan caster. la connection with an" jMhiense and elegant stock of Eeady-Made Clothing FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S WEAR, I will have MrtrtiiiiDVtmeet where you will find the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using none but fine trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, AT FltOlt $12 TO .$20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY 815 SUIT is positively equal te any $23 Suit jnade elsewhere. Call and see it. 27 Different Patterns from which you can cheese. The bal ance of my READY...

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 March 1881

rffiffffggggq fi5"l $fmiwinmmsrmvr-iry LANCASTER DAIL1 INTELLIGENCES WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 23 1881 t !. Lancaster intelligencer. WBDNa8DAY KVKM'Q. lfAB. 98,1881. The Senate OrgaBlzatlss. The Republican senators propose te change the officers of the Senate and te make Senater Antheny its temporary president. They cannot execute their purpose if the Democratic members eboese te prevent it, since they have but thirty-eight votes, and it takes thirty" Bine te make a majority and a quorum of the body. That the Democratic sena tors will net consent te a present change of officers is reasonably believed. They are warranted in using their power te preserve the present organization of the body, in which they are numerically as strong as their opponents, who have but the advantage ever them of the vote of the vice president, who is net a senator, and whom many senators believe te be without the constitutional right te cast his vote in the organization. It is also objected te a change of officers a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTILLIMNCER, WEDNESDAY, MAit 23. 1881. would commit liim for contempt if he didn't. Mr. Cellins Let us proceed te business; this scene is disgraceful.. Mr. Musser Yes, it is disgraceful that two of the county auditors will net per mit an investigation te be had where tbe interests of the county are at stake. Then turning te Mr. Warfel, Mr. Musser said that what he wanted te get at was the amount of cash in the county treasurer's safe, vault or ether place en the 31st of December last. Treasurer Greff, rising and producing a memorandum, said the amount of cash, checks and receipts in the treasury en that date was $22,500. Mr. Musser Mr. Warfel, what was the amount of cash, checks, drafts and ether assets in the safe or vault ou tbe 21st of December ? Mr. Cellins, impatiently Why, Mr. Musser, you have asked that question three times and been three times an swered. Pray let us proceed te busi ness. Mr. Musser Will you keep quiet, Mr. Cellins ? Will you set down. Mr. St...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY JNTEIIJGENCER, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. 1881. fcancagtet intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, 1CAB. 23, 1881 IN THE .TWIL.IUHT. Am we grew old, our yesterdays Seeih very dim and distant ; We grope, as these In darkened ways. Through all that Is existent ; Yet far-off days shine' bright and dear With sand that long hare laded, And faces dead seem strangely near Te these that Hfe has shaded. Am we grew old enr tears are few Fer friends most lately taken, But fall as fulls the summer dew Frem roses lightly shaken When some chance word or Idle strain, The chords of memory sweeping. Unlock thoVleod-g&tes et our pain Fer these who taught us weeping. As we grew old, our smites are rate Te these who greet us dally. Or, If some living faces wear The leeks that beamed se gayly Frem eyes long closed, and we should anil's In answer te their wooing. 'TIs bnt the Past that shines the while Our power te smile renewing. As we grew old, our dreams at night Are never of the morrow ; They...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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