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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 March 1881

z'mjtak ' S J Felnnie XVII Ne. 174. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1881 Price Tw Cents. WAXAMAKER'B AJtVERTZSEXEXr. NEW JOHN WANAMAKER'S, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. In value We liave done our best every Spring te have ready the best and largest assortment of goods for personal wear aud house use. It is an easy thing te say that with cx peiiencc gained since last season, this spring shall be an improvement that it shall be the very best yet. Come and see hew gicat tiie contrast for the ibetter a siugle year can make. Our whole stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that we have ever gathered for our customers, and in carefulness of selection and excellence of ma terials and variety of upcs. is net matched anywhere else en this side of the Atlantic. Every railroad te Philadelphia will bring you within a few squares of the store, and If time for shopping is limited or if it is net we can save you in purchasing, time as well as money. JUS...

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. — 24 March 1881

LANCASTER DAlY jNTKLUGEKCER THUBSDAT, MARCH 24 1881 ?Uncastet intelligencer. THDB8DAT EVEN'O. lfABCH 24, 1881. AerrABS Leaders. The Republican leaders are in a very nervous state. There is trouble for them all around. The discordant elements of the party are in accord for the present under jtbe cohesive power of the public plunder, but,as it is distributed,the noble army of soreheads will be sure te wail, and swear like that in Flanders. And the party is net in a position te stand much of a racket within its lines. It needs all the strength of its united forces te withstand the aggressive enemy outside, who has it new very much at a disadvantage. An administration which starts out fearing te call Congress together for the very necessary purpose of substituting three per cent bends for the five and six per cents that are pay able, is evidently net in very strong fight ing trim. It is a confession of fear and necessarily therefore of weakness. Mr. Blaine believes in boldly meeting 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. — 24 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1881. in;; iufoimatieu by reading, lie bad been a diligent student of the Bible and of a few standard works found iu bis father's collection. lie had lead the weekly news paper with avidity, aud canned with healthy appetite and geed digestion the M.ant text-books en geography and astron omy which fell in his way. His studious habits, his cle.se attention te the public busines-, Lis devotion at once te his con stituents' concerns and te the welfare ei the commonwealth, a high courtesy te bis opponents, mingled with a consistent sup sup peit of the principles he espoused, kept I'm- him the confidence of bis Iricnds and wen the respect of his opponents. After three yeais continuous service in the Heuse he was elected te two terms, then el four years each, in the Senate. His leg islative career was distinguished for his attciiiien te d3ty, for the service te piac tieal legislation te which hi well-equipped mind fitted him, aud for a ste...

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. — 24 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!!, THIIRSDAYMARCH 24. 1881. Lancaster fntclKgencet. THUESDAY BVEN'O, MARCH 24, 1881. ft-Mlug Trees. 4 A I'ajMr Read Before the Ueruiantewn Horticalteral Society by Jeseph Meeban. There is nothing mere deserving of ad miration than a well proportioned tree. Trees, when left te grew naturally, usual ly assume an outline that is pleasiug ; but where pruning is properly understood and applied, the general appearance of trees can be much improved. If pruning be judged by what is seen around us it would be difficult te assert that it is generally beneficial, for tee olten it has resulted in the permanent injuryef trees and certainly te the dsfigurement of nearly every street in Philadelphia. On a place where young trees have been recently planted there is room for the pruner's skill. There are many small fruit orchards in our town where pruning has been understood, that contain pear and ether trees, models of symmetry- Pruning should commence before a tree is ...

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. — 25 March 1881

Sk Emxtel BSJutclliqciutt: Velnme XVIT-Nu. 175. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1881 Price Tw Cnita. CLOTBura. U'EClAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WILIi REMOVE MAY 1st, 1881, TO Ne. 37 North Queen St. (Sew occupied by Mr. Jeremiah Rohrer, Liquor Merchant). This store will be remodeled during tbe month of APRIL, and will be one of tbe 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 t Taileri where you will find the Choicest and Ilandsemest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using nena but fine trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, AT FROM $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY S15 SUIT is positively equal te any $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...

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. — 25 March 1881

aeZSSjSgggggggg8? g3gzgfaiaugnsJgg3ga JTJASTjaBAlLYi FBIDAMRCH 25,-1881 iUncastct intelligence?. FBIDAY EVENING. MAJfrCH 25, 1881. Lame Arganeat, tat Geed Sease. . We believe in the strict construction of written constitutions ; and there is no diluting that Attorney-General Pal mer is a strict constructionist of the strictest kind. We would that he could favor the Legislature with some further interpretations that might have the ef fect of putting life into the plain letter of the constitution in many of its pro pre visions which new are inert if net dead. We will net deny the at-terney-generalf conclusion that the direction of the constitution that " the members of the General Assembly shall .receive such salary and mileage for reg ular find special sessions as shall be .fixed Tt3r law, and no ether compensa tion whatever," prohibits them from receiving a salary of a thousand dollars per session and ten dollars a day for each day net exceeding fifty that the session shall extend 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. — 25 March 1881

THE COUNTY AUDITORS. Citmin Off Duty mid the Others Pienaly at Wm c. Tin: county auditors met again yesterday aftei neon, and w hilc awaiting the arrival of Superintendent B. F. Cox, te verify the peer house accounts tbey took up the unfinished eiders of the county commis-f-ienci s and finished auditing them. Majer Cox having appeared and testified te the correctness of the peer house ac counts, the auditersexamined about twen ty bills and adjourned. I Jus morning they reassembled and Mr. Cumin was excused from attendance, liaving some ether business te leek after. Mr. Musscr offered the following pre amble and resolution : "Whereas, there is an unfinished busi ness standing before this, beard of audi tors in regard te the county treasurer's accounts, "Therefore, be it resolved, that this l:e:ml of auditors proceed te audit, settle adjust the accounts of the treasurer efthe beard of peer directors, treasurer of the prison beard, sheriff and oeroner of the county, and that after they...

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. — 25 March 1881

-'y'?'?.g'g''ii3?r' mm ' w Lancaster f ntcfligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 21$, 1881. AMerlcaaUtentu-earf Bosten Litera twe. St. James Gazette. The German professor in Mr. Henry James' last batch of novelettes passes a criticism upon literary Bosten which ad mirably gums up its present carious final phase of complete decadence. He pro nounces upon it in the narticular embedi. ment of Mr. Leuis Leverett as having reached "the period of culture in which the faculty of appreciation preponderates ever the faculty of creation." In tnis judgment, which its brilliant author care fully places in the month of a specially unpleasant character in order doubtless te blunt the edge of its sting for his fellow citizens in the hub of the universe Mr James has put his finger with his nsuai analytic subtlely en the exact weak point -sten dilettantism. Quite recently of xw '"". bIretlr. Dr. William the nevew "" ,TS metaphysi James who disu.. "'l "e acutcness. cian and psychologist .. jiicn are origin...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1881

3fP 2 -4- A-Nfe3f i, y Mz trolnmeXYHNe.76. LANCASTER, PA.,. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1881. Price Twe Cmta. tVAXA3TAXl!Jl'S Alt mitTISMiXlSA'r. NEW JOHN WANAMAKEE'S, . ' THIRTEENTH AND MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. Wc have done our bent every Spring te have ready the best and largest assortment of goods for personal wear and house u.-c. It is an easy thing te say that with ex perience gained since last season, this spring shall be an improvement that it shall be the very hist yet. Come and see hew great 'the contrast for the (better 'a siule year can make. Our whole stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that we have ever gathered for our customers, and in carefulness of selection and excellence of ma terials and variety of uses, is net matched anywhere else en this side of the Atlantic. Kvcry railroad te Philadelphia will bring you within a few squares of the store, and if lime for shopping is limited or if it is net we can save you in purchasing, time as well a...

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. — 26 March 1881

LANCASTER DA1LI INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1881 Lancaster intelligence?. 8 ATUBDAT EVENING, MABCH 20, 1881. The CemfHtable Seaaters. The Republican senators must be be ginning te feel their alliance with Ma Ma heneja be as uncomfortable as the shirt of Nessus, while their Democratic as sociates frolic gaily around them under a pleasurable sense of relief from the embarrassment of the Southern briga dier. When the Republican planners of the Mahone purchase fully come te real ize its cost, they will have geed reason te consider that they have paid very dear for their whistle, or rather their jews harp ; for it has a very sharp sound le the public ear and has net called forth for the performers any very hearty com mendation. Te the Democratic party it is a very valuable thing that the Republican orators have se completely estepped themselves from any future effort te attempt its prejudice in the Northern mind by charging against it its support by the soldiers of the Confed eracy...

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 March 1881

A LANCASTER DAILY IOTELL1GJBNC2&, SATURDAY, MAKCfiU 26, 1881. COLUMBIA. NEWS. OL'lt KECCI.K COKKfcSPONDENCE. Tue l:irj;e canal beat, of which we spoke jcMciday us being- btuck en a -rock below the dun, is fctill theie with its bow point ing xhoiewartl. We understand that Henry Sipie, of Washington borough, was pilot ing the bout, but that the wind was se tils en;; as te make its management utterly impassible. Unless something is done while the liver is high, there will be some difficulty in getting the beat off when tue water falls. Te day is payday at the Shawnee roll ing mill. The Aid society of the church of Ged met last evening at the residence of 11. O. Yeung en Walnut street below Filth, and was attended with financiil buccess and much enjoyment. Conductor Wilben 1. Miller, of the Frederick division of the Pennsylvania i.ulreatl, is off en leave of abcnce for a lew days, and his place is filled by Extra Conductor Jehn Iieagau. The Columbia .social club held a busi ness mee...

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. — 26 March 1881

minaiirmrri" r LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!!, SATURDAY, MARCH 26. 1881. Eanrastcr intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING. MABCH 26,1881. Odds and Ends. Gilbert and Sullivan received for the "Pinafore" in England a nightly royalty often guineas, with a guarantee of 100 nights. Hen. S S. Cox wants te go te Europe. bnt says be cannot start until the question of an extra session of Congress has been decided. The price of seats in the New Orleans cotton exchange has been raised from $200 te $500, there being a great demand for them. Rev. Ashcr Dliss, for many years a missionary of the American beard of com missioners for foreign missions te the Seneca Indians of Western New Yeik, died Wednesday. A clergyman of San Francisce calculates that one-third of that city's population arc habitual church-goers, one third arc skep tical as te religion, and one-third imlificr cnt. January last was the coldest month in Scotland of which records exist. The low est temperature authentically recorded was 15 d...

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. — 28 March 1881

&hzmfate (31 I iXXXXvTVVvX Volume XVH-Se. 1W. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, MARCH 28. 1881 Price Twe rents. s?aeB! SissKSwJt- .SsSSsl'sL CLOTHING. gr KCIAL AN.SUCXCEJIEM.- ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WILL REMOVE ON MAY 1st, 1881, Ne. 37 ATerth Queen St., (New occupied ly Mr. Jeremiah Rehrcr, I.iijiier Mcichaut). This .store will be remodeled 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 Eeady-MMe Clothing FOR MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S WEAR, 1 will have a IN where you will find the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. Theac goods I will make te order in the most elegant style, using none but fine trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, AT FROM" $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY 815 SUIT is positively equal te any $23 Suit made elsewhere. Call and sec it. 27 Different Patterns from which ycu can cheese. The baj ance of my READY-MA...

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. — 28 March 1881

LANCASTER PAIL? 1JSTELL1GE3SCEU MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1881 Lancaster ntelUenccr. MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 28, 1881. A (JuesUen of Taste and Law. Seme of tbe lawyers in tlie legislature take exception te the action of the statt treasurer and auditor general in calling upon the attorney general for advice as te the constitutionality of thelaw giving a per diem pay te the members be3'end the hundred days, and te that of the at torney general in undertaking te decide the question propounded te hini. Senater Stewart, who is a lawyer of much ability and a man of spotless repute, declared in the Senate that since the acts of the Legislature are presumed te be censtitu tienal the state treasurer, who is but an executive official, must pay such war rants as are drawn en him by the speakers of the two bodies of the Legislature pur suant te the law, and that the only proper way te prohibit such payment is by mandamus from the supreme court. He declares that the attorney general would have acted mere ...

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. — 28 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELL1GNCER,-MQKDAY, MAitGH 28,. 1881. MT. JOY NEWS. i:ic :;.s;u.ai: cokkespendbnck. h!:nitly after dusk en Saturday evening Eli,;- Bicnenian, horse dealer, of Carlisle, Just !iis poeketiieok containing $1,307 in money with valuable papers together val ued at upwaids of $1,700. He seen dis dis ceyc:cd liis less and with a-number of f: iuuds a search was made. In the mean tiinu Clarence Geed, aged about 11 years, i this borough, had found the lest prop erty in front of the Union national bank, and was hunting an owner. He seen lraincd whose it was and Mr. Bieueman lewarded him with :rtcn dollar bill. G.'W. Irwin, of Honeybieok, Chester county, spent a day in town last week. He was engaged in cultivating tobacco last -.ear aud says it ravs better than teaching school, his Cenner occupation. II. V. Seudcr, principal f the Elize hcthtewn ichoel, was in town en Satur day. itev. Swartz preached his farewell ser mon last night. He will go te Mechanics -buig, Cumberland cou...

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. — 28 March 1881

f LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, MONDAY, JVUKCH 28. 1881. JUucastcr f ntclligencer. MONDAY EVENING, MAECH 28, 1881. TOBACCO. XHE NEW YORK MARKET. Seed tefndllavn Fer the Week End ing en Saturday March, 26. U. S. Tobacco Journal. With tbe exception of sales of about 1,200 cases of '79 Pennsylvania, in lets of from 50 te 150 cases, and 500 cases of '79 Ohie, tbare was net much business trans acted, the spirit of the market beinjj gen enilly dull and inanimate. The main rea son for this comparative quietness is as signed in the lack of activity in cigar manufacturing circles, which is almost general. This inactivity would net prevail if the elements had net disturbed com inunicatien with the principal cigar con suming sections of the West. Conse quently, large- manufacturers are net in the humor te invest in old leaf te any greater extent than probable or urgent necessity demands. Such a condition of affairs in this mar ket at this time of year is generally apt te affect operations in ...

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. — 29 March 1881

t lmtfa$teg ntdliqtufat Vehime XYIJ-Ne. 178. LANCASTER, PA.5 TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1881 Price Twe Cents. m IVAXAMAKER'S, ADTERTJSEXEST. NEW THINGS FOR SPRING 1881 AT . JOHN WAN AMAKEK'S, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. In value and variety exceeding "We have done our best every Spring te have ready the best and largest asseitmcut of goods for peiaenal wear and house use. It is au easy tiling te say that with ex pcriuicc gained since last season, this spring shall be an improvement that it shall be the very beat yet. Come and see hew great the contrast for the (better a single year can nuke? Our whole stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that we have ever gathered for our customers, and in carefulness of selection and excellence of ma terials and variety of uses, is net matched anywhere else en this aide of the Atlantic. Every railroad te Philadelphia will bring you within a few squares of the store, and if time for shopping is limited or if it i...

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. — 29 March 1881

LANCASTER DAIUX INTELLIGENCE ft TUESDAY, MABCH 29,1881. T i Lancaster nteiUgencet. TUESDAY EVENING. MABCH 20, 1881. War Cleads. Mr. Conkling is reported te have said the ether day te a few of his friends : " I suppose if the wind is going te blew from that direction, I might as well re sign my seat in the Senate, and that Judge Robertsen had better be chosen as my successor." Yesterday the New Yerk Republican Senate, which bad without discussion or opposition passed a resolution approving Robertsen's nemi nation and asking for his prompt con firmation, reconsidered the resolution and emphatically laid it upon the table. Te-day the New Yerk Times, the stal wart anti-Blaine Republican organ of the Empire state, proclaims that the president's position is one in which he will net have the moral support of the people; and it plainly accuses Mr. Gar field of breaking his pledged faith te make no appointments without consult ing the New Yerk senators, and of being influenced by Blaine te r...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY MARGE 29, 1881. BART ITEMS. OUB GEOBGKTOTrS CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. Heward Whiteside, proprietor el Nine Points hotel, who died en Thursday, the 2-Jth inst., was buiic-i at Colerain Uaptist burial ground en Sunday, 27th. Twe men came into the village of Georgetown en Thursday evening of last week with a few oysters and shad in their wagon. They stayed ever night at the hotel, and during the evening told a story of being robbed of some thirty odd dollars at LoDden Greve' hotel ia the afternoon. Whether the story was a correct one or net is net known, as the parties cempla in ing were considerably under the iniluence of "fire water." The past week has witnessed some changes in the village and township, but the coming will witness considerably mere. Seme of the pasties who have changed residence have gene eat of the state, while ethers remain in the township. Seme little hopes are entertained that the railroad transactions between the P. W. & IJ. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1881

' ' ". V " ycy""-" L "vy LANCASTER DAM INTELLIGENCES, TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1881. iUmastet Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1881. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. MARIETTA MATTERS. OUK REGULAR .CORRESPONDENCE. High winds have been blowing for sev eral days, and the river has been very rough. Fer this reason no rafts have ap peared yet. Seme have come down, as far as Ilarrisburg, but the great bulk are above. A number of merchants are in Leck Haven, and some sales are being made at prices a little higher than last sea son. On Friday a sneak thief stele a valuable shad from the p"emises of Edward Stahl en Frent street. The demand for onion sets is much greater than the supply, se much se that they are bringing from 513 te 50 cents a quait in this vicinity. Seme one must have a corner in onions. " Fertuna "' is a geed name for Bennett & Jlaldenian's factory, en account of its beuedictiue propensities. One of the firm set an example some time age, and new there aie four mere marriages am...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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