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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1881

Selmtate fntdJtkene Volume XYn-Ne. 179. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. 1881 Price Tw Cmte. clothing. OPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEADER OF FASHIONS, WILL REMOVE MAY 1st, 1881, TO Ne. 37 jerth Queen St., (New occupied ly Mr. Jeremiah Rohrer, Liijuer Mcrclitint). This store will be remodeled during the month or APRIL, and will be erib' of 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 where you will find the Choicest and Handsomest Patterns the market af fords. These goods I will inake te order in the most elegant style, using none hut fine trimmings, and always guarantee a PERFECT FIT, AT FIIUM $12 TO $20 PER SUIT, SACK, WALKING OR FROCK COATS. MY 815 SUIT is positively coital te any 'J5 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 SOLO REGARDLESS OP COST,...

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. — 30 March 1881

ILaiicastei intelligencer. WFDMB8DA7 EVE'O, MABCH 30, 1881. Net a Pleasant Dese.; We think our Republican contempo raries are net taking held of their Ma hone case with sufficient cheerfulness. Their zeal is undoubted, but t.'ieir joy in the work is net be apparent. Evidently they feel as if they had a gift elephant en hand. Even the .Philadelphia Prcs, which is the original discoverer of Ma- hone as a debt-payer and a lovely Repub lican ally, and which should therefore be proud and exultant ever the big figure its little pretege is cutting, undoubtedly find him very heavy te carry. It is doing its duty as well as could be expected and hazarding its reputation for sincerity and geed judgment, in the most reckless way ; and yet it cannot put the Mahene business before its readers in a light te make it at all at tractive te them. The truth is it can't be done. It is no reflection en the abil ity of the Republican politicians and edi edi iters who are hard at work, hammer and tongs, 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. — 30 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, 'MARCH 30, 1881. be in condition te audit any mere ac counts for :i month." Mr. Musser took away his Laud, but insisted that the major should leave the room instantly or he creuM be put out. The major protested tliiit lie had a riht te be there aud would .stay there as long as he wanted te ; and Auditor Curran aise put in a word in be half of the major, saying he had an un doubted right te be preseut. After sitting in the room long enough te convince Mr. Milder that he had no respect for his order te leave. Majer Oriest left the room, and the side show closed. It appears that after Auditors Cellins and Musser hud signed the poorhouse re pot t, Mr. Musser thought better of it, tlicic being one bill thtt he could net ap prove, whereupon he erased his signature and induced Mr. Curran te withheld his signature also. In the meautime Mr. Col Cel lins, had left tewu. Au Important Heek Lett." A book containing auacceunt of the beat dei s at the alms...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1881

wit w.wnii .1nfc, ! LANCASTER DAHA IKULHGENCfeK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. 1881. Eantastcr fntdltgencer. WEDNE8DAT EVKN'O, MAR. 30, W81 His Hale old Age Ascribed te Salt. Lorenze A. Pickles, of Newfane, ped dles trees throughout western New Yerk. He is 70 years old, and measures sir feet and five inches in height. He has thir teen sisters and eight brothers and he is the smallest of the entire family. One brother, who lives in Kentucky, is seven feet two and end-half inches in height, and weighs 273 pounds, although he is spare in flesh. The littlest sister is six feet five and one-half inches. The family is scat tered, no two living in the same state. Lorenze Pickles has the appearance of a man of 40. He never wears a coat, and gees without stockings winter and sum mer. He has two pupils in each eye. Te distinguish objects clone by, Mr. Pickles uses powerful magnifying glasses. He can read print and see things at a greater distance, without the aid of glasses, than it is possible for pe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1881

i (0) Ifeatf ate frcMtx3e Velame XYII Ne. 180. LANCASTER, PA.S THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 1881 Price Twe Cents. WANAXAKER'S ADVERTISEMENT. NEW THINGS FOR SPRING 1881s AT i JOHN WANAMAKER'S, I THIRTEENTH AND MAEKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, We have done our best every Spring te have ready the best and largest assortment of goods for personal wear and house use. It is an easy thing te say that with ex perience gained since last'seasen, this spring shall be an improvement that it shall be the very best yet. Come and sec hew great the contrast for the i better a single year can make. Our whole stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that we have ever gathered for our custemeis, and in carefulness of selection n(T"eXcel!ence of ma t':ii.ils and variety of uses. i. 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 i& limited or if it is het we can save you in ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1881

t '! I LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 188. ilancastcc titelltgencec. THURSDAY EVEN'O. MAEOH 31, 1881. Tfie Puppet Shew. Mr. Garfield's pleasant notion of mak ing things harmonious in his party by dealing out the offices te the partisans of all its factions does net seem te be work ing well. It is an old idea, which presi dents are very iipt te try their hands at and get their lingers burned for their pains. In fact, presidents who have a discordant party te harmonize are pretty sure te find themselves - unequal te the job however they go about it; like anything red het, it Is very uncomfortable te handle. Seme men, when they get into positions of power, try te increase the number of their partisans by bribing their enemies ; that was Mr. Buchanan's weakness. It never paid well. Others pick out the colorless fence men for re ward, in the Hayes style ; and that didn't pay. Mr. Garfield selects the champions of all the factions and gets all the savagest of the beasts...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THCBSDAY, MARCH 31, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK ICKUULAK COKKKSPONOENCE. Aii adjourned nice ting of Columbia town council was held last evening in t lie council chamber for the purpose of closing up the business of the year. The meeting was called te order at 7:30 o'clock with the following members pres ent : Messrs. Bcacham. .Filbert, Hersbey, Kistlir, Llewellyn, Muster, and Wit incr, president. The leperts of the several committees were as fellows : FIXAJCCE. Iialauec en hand last report $ 2)79 51 Beceipts for mouth , 1.948 00 ..$ 4,027 51 Orders paid since la-st report.. Net charged $ 822 73 .1.500 (0 9 2..12J 73 llaianccen hand 1,704 78 The finance committee also presented the htatemeut of the First national bank, treasurer of the borough of Columbia, showing the total lcccipts awl cxpendi tuics from March 22, 1830, te March 20, 1831 : RIX'EIITS. Itiiluuce en hand March 20. 1650 401 38 Market i cuts annual and transient. 3,172 00 Jiera Heuse auditoriu...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1881

arjjMjpwiimfcjiiiiLin'Mjui'mJia-y','i!iiJg i WWilllH'PWl iacliwtMaty'it-riy LANCASTER DAILY IKTELLXOENCEK, IHUKSDAY.. MARCH 31. 1881. lUniastcr: f ntelliaencer. THURSDAY BVKN'O, MARCH 31, 1881 A Ditch Ylctcry. TLe ether day a German called en a grocer te pay a bill, giving him a ten dol lar note. The grocer examined it closely and said : 44 Helle, where did you get this note ?" "Vetiahde reason mit dose note?" replied the honest Teuten. " Don't she vast geed, bein?" 44 Geed !" answered the grocer. " Why veuraluclcy man; that note is worth '810.20." "Ishdotse? Why for?1 44 Yeu seethe signature ever here, don't you?" 41 Dese tins like corkscrew mit de worms? Yah." 44 Well, that's Spinner's signature." 44 Veil?" " Well, Sir. New is new treasurer of the United States." 44 Yeu don't tela me se, veil ?" 44 Well, the notes signed by Mr. Spinner arc getting scarce, anil the people pay five per cent, mere for them than the new isue." 44 Py shiminy ! Ish dot se ?' 44 Let me see your bills. Wh...

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

Sfc petf K$te LANCASTER, PA.. FBIDAY, APRIL 1, 1881 Price Twe Onts. Volume XVU-Ne. 181. clothing. -pKMOVAL OF H. GERH ART'S Tailoring Establishment FUOM Xe.51 SOUTH QUE EX ST., Te the Stere Roem formerly occupied by Urlnmicr A Itcll, Ne. 6 East King Street: I am new lilting up one of the Pineal is In fhe state, and will be ready te show one e'f the Finest Assortment of SPRING WOOLENS ever brought te this city, by the FIKST OF APRIL. H. GERHART, Ne. 6 East King Street. rv STOCK OKCt.OTIUNO FOR SPRING 1881, vr D. B. liestetter & Sens, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusualelleits te bring before the public :i II nc, stylish and well made stock et BEADY-HADE CLOTHE, vre mi; new prepared te show them one et the mol carefully selected stocks of clothing in this city, at the Lewest Cash Prices. MEN'S, BOYS' AXD 10UT1IS' CLOTHING! IX GREAT VARIETY. Piece Goods et the .Most Stylish Designs and at prices witliin the reach et all. SGIvc us a call . D. B. Hear & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUAR...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 April 1881

vr LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1881. Lancaster frifelltgencet. FBIDAY EVENING. APBIL 1, 1881. Where He Dees Net Shsae. Mr. Cameren Las made a speech in the Senate, and (fee circumstance is unusual enough te be noteworthy. 3Ir. Camer Camer on's ability as a speech-maker is net great, and he serves the state no better by it than by his silence. We have never observed in our senator any statesman-like qualities, and he does net en joy any reputation for them. Mr. Cam Cam eeon is generally and correctly judged te be a man of poed sense and of very re markable obstinacy, whose special apti tude in public life is te shine as a thorough-going and entirely unscrupulous partisan. All his acts and utterances are of this kind. He believes thoroughly in the right of the party, which manages by hook or by creek te obtain power, te use it with an eye single te its own geed aud that of its partisans. Mr. Cameren would net think of denying this te be his doctrine ; he affirms it...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGrJENOER, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1881. Wliat Day or the Week ? It may frequently inteiest some reader te knew en which day of the week a cer tain event has occurred. Here is a very simple way of finding out. First, divide the date of the year of the occurrence by 4. The quotient (lcaviug away a'l fractions, if there he any) add again te the date of the year of the occurrence. Te this add the number of days from the first of January te the date of the mouth of the occurrence (always counting February twenty-eight days). The result of this new divide by 7, and iierc the fraction gives "the exact day of the occurrence, 1 counting for Sunday,-2 for Monday, and he en, 0 counting for Satuiday. Fer example : Washington was beiu February 'i, 1732. Te find out en what day he was born : 1782 divided by 4 equals 43-'5. 1732 plus 433 equals 21G5. Frem the 1st of January te 22ct of Feb: uaiy aic 53 days. These added te 21C3 equal 2218. New we divide by 7. 2218 divided by 7 equals...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 April 1881

( LANCASTER DULY 1NTELLIGENGE11, FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1881. Hanraster fntelltsenccr. FRIDAY EVENING, APBIL 1, 1881. A TBAStP PRINTER'S 8TOBY. I'm down te '-hair-space" means! the type aid, I've tramped tall many a feet-sore, hungry mile; Last night I made the statlon-heuss ray bed Te-day no "sorts"' I've had net e'en a "smile." Se " rat" am I, and yet the "Jours" suspect The " Union V prices I weald nndermlne ; If 1 could but regain their lest respect I yet might work it en the geed old " line." It was net always se. Once I could, held A ' sit" with any. and for any " anb ;" But slnes I took te drink I'm gruffly told I cannot have a "case" te earn my grab. Well, then, se be It ! better men than me Have bsen mistrusted and misunderstood ; The mere I "tramp" the less I "set," yen see, And out deer exercise, you knew, Is geed. I stormed the heights or Fredericksburg ; at Chancellorsville Wounded 1 lay would Id been burled there ! At Llbby Prison I was starved and HI, But never, until new, ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1881

t lanatc Volume XYU-Ne. 182. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 1881 Priet Twe Cent. all WAlfAMAKJCM'B ADVERTISEMENT. NEW JOHN WANAMAKER'S, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. In value and variety exceeding any Retail Stere in Philadelphia. We have done our best every Spring te have ready the best and largest assortment of goods for personal wear and house use. 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 best yet. Come and sec hew great the contrast for the better 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 uses, 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 wc can...

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. — 2 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!!, SATUKDAY, APRIL 2, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. 8ATUEDAY EVEKJNO. AFBIL 2, 1881. -- The Little and the Big. Mr. Mahone for a little man certainly does put en a very truculent air : but, perhaps, it is an air rather natural te little men, though one would certainly, en first blush, te think that it would be very becoming te avoid it. "We sec it, however, in little dogs as in little men. There is nothing mere snarling than the whiffet ; while the mastiff, conscious of its strength, growls but little. The small creature feels its physical inferior ity and is excited te consider that it must make up in activity of demon stration what it lacks in dignity of ap pearance ; se as net te be altogether overlooked in the world in which it wants te make an impression. Xeise is the natural resources of weakness as an impressive device ; and a very geed one it is, if it is used at the right time, en the proper subject, and net tee im moderately. The voice is an 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. — 2 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR KEGLLAR CORRESPONDENCE. Ne mere iaftiug until the wind Sub sides. Mr. Will. II. Shumau, of Philadelphia. is vi.siling in Columbia, the guest of his si.-ier, Miv. Jehu K. Uyneir. The regular semi-monthly meeting of tlie teaeiieis' iubtitute was held this morn ing. The employees of the Susquehanna iron company were paid this morning for two week's work. itcv. W. J. Dclpli. of Gettysburg. Pa., will eiHciutc in the E. E. Lutheran chuich te morrow meiiiinir and evening. The Columbia fire company lield its reg ular monthly meeting List evening, but turns-acted no business of impui taucc te the public. Ata business meeting of the Columbia, social club held last cveuing, the present effice: s wcie ic-electcd te serve for the en suing year. A local freight brakesmau residing at Philadelphia, had an arm mashed at Coatesville yesterday while coupling- cars. This morning's market was about the average in life. Seme el th...

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. — 2 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILf lKiELLIGENCEli, SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 1881. Lancaster jmteUigencer. SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 2, 1881 THE VATTAIN'S SWEETIIEAKT. THE BT03T OF AW "AttX FOOL." " Only last night my ship came in. Yet years it seemed ere I could seek Your slde, ana say te you the words That I se long liave longed te speak. Fer I am Captain new, and thou ght Tolay te win you ter my bride ; Bat would I'd ne'er set toot en shore : Would en the ocean I had died I" Willi kindling eye and crlinsoned cheelc His words of bitterness she heard. Then tightly clasped her little hands. But never spoke a single wbtd. " Your lovely eyes were dim with tear When last I started ler the sea ; Yeu knew I loved you, and I dreamed Peer trusting feel yea cared for me. Each night your name was in my prayer. Your picture en my heart hath lain ; Once mere I'll press my lips te it. Then you may hare it back again." lie kissed it thrice and held it forth With trembling hand. She raised her head, And In his face gazed st...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 April 1881

S glanfa: fuMlig Volume XTU-Ne. 363. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, APRIL 4. 1881 Price Twe Crate. ri JIlAVV CZOIHIXG. rpEMl'i ORAKY KGMOTAL AL. ROSENSTEIN'S i MONDAY, APEIL 4, I will remove te Ne. 14H North Queeii Street, two loeri4 below my present store, whare my friends uul patrons can And nic until MAY 1st, 1881, when I will occupy the Elegant ami Spacious Stere Koeui' JTe. 37 Arerth Queen St., (Next deer te Shulu- A r.re.'s Great Hat Stere), which is new being remodeled by a bcore or mere of carpenter. I will dispose el the balance el my stock of Ready-Made Clothing VERY LOW PRICES. CHILDREN'S SUITS from $1.25 up SCHOOL SUITS irem $100 up ISO YS' SUITS from $2.00 up YOUTHS SUITS Irani $4 25 up MEN'S SUITS from SS'iOup Come uiul exatniuc my Bteck et tt, CHEVIOTS, fieni which 1 will make suits te order from $10 UPWARDS, which Is positively 35 per cent. lc$s than any ethcY chtiiblishincnt will make them. ALROSENSTEIN, THE LEAVER OF FASHIONS, 148 North Queen Street. Altar MONDAY, APRIL 4...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, APBIL 4, 1881. Tennessee's State Debt. Tennessee has, like Virginia, been agi tated ever since the war by the question of the payment of her state debt. She issued new bend3 for the unpaid interest a few years age, but since then lias only paid one coupon. She redeemed the debt, however, largely by selling her in terest in the railroads, and new she ewes but about twenty-flve millions, -which is a bagatelle te a state of her resources. At the last election the Democratic party was divided into a "low credit" and "high credit" party, the latter wanting te settle the debt en the best terms the bend-holder would offer, and the former wishing te coerce a settle ment at a very low figure. The Republican party took the high credit side, and by the Democratic divi sion elected its governor. The Legisla ture has a "high credit" majority in both branches, and for a month past has ljeen wrestling wi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 April 1881

V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1881. lial performed the duties or their respective offices durintr the past year. Dr. Davis moved that the election of these gentle men be new made unanimous by, accla mation, which motion was agreed te with a will. Messrs. McMulleu andShreder were ap pointed a committee te notify select coun cil of a readiness en the part of common council te go into joint convention for the pu 1 pose of electing city officers. Tbe Joint Convention. The members of select council were then escorted te common council chamber, and Mr. Evans, president of the former branch, took the chair and announced the object of the convention. Clerks Barr and John John seon acted as secretaries. The rolls were called and all the meni bttis of both blanches responded. On Mr. Zeclier's motion the convention proceeded te the election of city treasurer. Mr. Albeit, of the Eighth ward, in eulo gistic remarks nominated Mr. William McCemsey. Mr. Cormeny, of the Fourth, n...

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

LANCASTER DAILY 1K1EIXIGENCER, MONDAY, APRIL 4. 1881. iTancastcr I-ntclitgencer. "MONDAY EVENING, APBIL- 4. 1881. Tbe Lear. Mew Yerk Tobacco Market. If. S. Tobacco Journal. The market was listless and apathetic his week. These who have something te sell console themselves with the idea that all '79 stocks will yet be disposed of at higher figures, and these that want te buy are net exactly in a fever about purchas ing, owing te the quietness which prevails in the cigar manufacturing liue. The in terest of the market is centered upon the '80 crops, aud the opinions regarding the value of crops of particular states keeps en varying, like March or April weather. There is the assurance, however, that the country will net suffer for the want of low grades of tobacco from the '80 crop, though no one claims te have bought such. Fer the past several years Pennsylvania has succeeded in becoming a standard article. Its rcputatiefelias much te de with its sale. Se, therefore, no matter hew gee...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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