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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 April 1881

t WXiKMt K'XKKyvX' Volume XTII-Ne. 184. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 5. 1881 Price Twe Owts. ) WAXAXAKEBfS, ADVERTISEMENT. NEW THINGS FOR SPRING 1881 AT JOHN WANAMAKEE'S, THIRTEENTH AND MARKET AND CHESTNUT STREETS. PHILADELPHIA. In value and variety exceeding any Mail Stere in Philadelphia. We have done eur.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 imprevement-rthat it shall be the very best yet. Come and see hew great the contrast for the ibetter a single year can make. OurwhoIe stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that we have evei 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...

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. — 5 April 1881

LANCASTERDAIL1 1KTELUGENCEK, TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1881. iUnrastct Intelligencer TUESDAY EVENING, APBIL 6, 1881. Municipal Beform. Philadelphia is, for the first time in many years, about te trythe experi ment of a non-partisan municipal gov gev eminent, in the executive branch ; and with its influence and that of the ad vanced reform sentiment reaching effec tively into the councils, there will be a fair chance in all the departments for municipal reform te have a trial. Mayora, elected outside of the regular party organizations and upon ether issues than these which concern national parties, Philadelphia and ether great cities of the country have had before. But in no instance which occurs te us wag the issue se dis tinctly that of municipal reform as in that campaign out of which Mr. King's election te the mayoralty was the tri umphant result. Mr. Kinc is a Demo crat, without evasion or turning, and he ewes his election mainly te the Demo cratic voters of Philadelphia, but he has no ...

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. — 5 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY liniXUGMCER,.TUiSDAt, APBIL 5, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. Ot'K UKGOLAR COBKE5PONDENCE. The icpular monthly meeting of tbc Vigilant die company will be held tliiB evening in the engine house parlor en North Second street. In yesterday's letter in speaking of the transfer of property from Jeseph 31. Watts te William Merris, we stated the house was situated next deer above the posteffice, where it should have read " next deer above the opera house " The Citizens1 band at its meeting last evening elected four new members. It new begins te leek as if the winter is just commencing. The weather if getting colder in place of warmer. A wreck occurred te the forty-two car freight train going down the Pert D.spjsit railroad yesterday which caused a deten tion of mere than three heuis te trains in both directions. We understand that a car lead of iron was thrown into the river. The wreck occurred en a fchert curve. Singularly enough the first freight or the Philadelphia, Wilmington &a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELLIGENGEK, TUESDAY, APRIL 5. 1181. Lancaster jrittciltsencer. TUK3DAY EVENING, APBIXi 6, 1881. Literary Opinions or Literary People. Bosten Traveller. The death of Themas Carlyle and Geerge Eliet famished the texts for a vast variety of conflicting literary opinions. Literary characters seem always te have regarded each ether with a lar greater divergence of view than the great body of common place people have regarded them. "We need net waste time reviewing the current posthumous estimates of these eminent writers in order te appreciate this truth. While living they were the subjects of this same curious clashing of contemporary judgments. Dr.Mackay wrote of the Scotch philosopher long age : "Carlyle is like pickles ; only a little of him can be tasted with any relish at a time." Jlacaulay wrote him down as " a man of taIcnts,theughabsurdly everpraised." Jas. Hegg thought it sufficient te characterize him as " the ingenious Tem Carlyle," and the author -of " Jfe...

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. — 6 April 1881

fflyi ?Drctfa$te LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. 1881 Price Twe Celts. Velame XV1I-N. 185. CLOlBUiU. fWSTOM TAILOBIAU. WE HATX OCTi Spring Opening To-merow or- French and English Worsteds, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CHEVIOTS, AXD SUITINGS FOR 1TIXE TRADE. Our Trimmings are the Flncstnndeur work m-inship the Bust. And in everything per tabling te CLOTHING ler Men, we propose te offer tbe best, net only in quality but also In price. Tlie meas uring i done by MR. S. K. WATERMAN, AX ARTIST CUTTER FROM BROOKLYN. & ii JAJX1X1MMUJ.1 1 AVU11UM ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36 BAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. 43 Wedding Suits a Specialty. IlVANCi: UKDi:iC PEII CABI-K. Our lnvolcaef FOREIGN WOOLENS ter tlie Spring Season is new complete. Wc cm show the Handsomest Line et New, Conduct unit Elegant Effects in tlie Market, unexcelled in character for quality nnd geed tatc and only te be found among tliu leading Merchant Tailoring Establishments. Parisian, Londen and Scotch Novelties in J Suitings and Treus...

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. — 6 April 1881

LANCASTER BAIIA lATJgUlGEKCEft, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1881. Lancaster I-ntelligenrcc. WEDNESDAY EVENING. APBIL 0, 1881. TIic Virginia Straddle. The Senate debate is doing the Demo cratic party great geed in exposing what was wittily called by Senater Morgan the Riddlebargain, and putting the just odium of it upon the Republican lead ers. Senater Bayard uncovered a main object of the insistance of that party upon installing Mahene's Virginia bri gade in the Senate offices, when he said that it was te fortify him for his contest in the fall election in Virginia, in which a union of the former Mahone and Re publican parties is proposed for the pur pose of electing a governor and a Legis lature that will cheese a United States senator. The continued debate in the Senate ever the " Riddlebargain" has the effect of sadly spoiling the prospect of the success of this alliance. Mahone has the difficult feat te iierferm of re taining his Democratic votes in Virginia after lie has joined the Rep...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUBKKGCLAK CORRESPONDENCE. Mrs. Wheeler, wife of Rev. Henry Wliceler, of this place, is at Williamspern in attendance :it the Pennsylvania state convention of the Women's foreign mis sionary society. We understand that Mrs. Wheeler will deliver au address. Rev. Mr. McElmeylc, of Marietta, preached last evening in the Presbyterian church of this place. Services Trill be held this evening. A party of about fifteen couples sur prised Mr. and Mrs. Hnfy Seurbeer last evening at their residerce en Cherry street opposite the public school building, and very enjoyably spent the evening. Sur prise parties are becoming numerous in Columbia. The Women's foreign missionary so se cicty ofthe M. E. church of this place will held a meeting this evening in the church parlors. Mr. Frank Zicglcr, clerk in F. A. Ben nett's store is en the sick list and conse quently oil' duty. Squire Evans is indisposed and confined te his residen...

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. — 6 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGEK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1881. Haucastet Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1881. Farmer and Gardener. Setting out Currnuu and Gooseberries. Germantown Telegraph. Beth the currant and the gooseberry de better te grew from cuttings than from the roots. The weed of last yeai'j growth must be taken, cut it iute pieces from eight te ten inches in length, and insert about half the length in the usual pre pared garden soil, press the ground firmly with the feet, mulch, and there will be no danger of net crewing. Set them where they are desired te remain permanently. If a small tiee and net a bush is preferred, cut out all the eyes entering the ground. If a bush let the eyes remain. We prefer the bush for two reasons, the first is, mere is obtained ; the second, it is longer lived. In fact the bush will live half a century, only requiring thinning out of the weed once in a while. As te currants we prefer decidedly the old Dutch Red. It is net quite se larg...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 April 1881

&i)twiiKM Volume XVHKe. 186. LANCASTER- PA., THURSDAY, APKIL 7. 188r Price Twe Celts. WAXAHAKEB'B AltrERTISEXENT. NEW THIRTEENTH Wc have done our Lest every Spring te have ready the best and largest asseitment of goods for personal wear and house use. It is an easy thin? 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 eentiast for the better n single year can make. Our whole stock for this spring is, we believe, the very best that wc have ever gathered for our customers, and in carefulness of selactieu auv excellence of ma tetial.s and variety of uses, is net matched anywhere else en this side of the Atlantic. . Every mil toad te Philadelphia will bring you withiu a few squares of the store, and if time for shopping is limited or if it H net we can save you in purchasing, time as well as money. JUST FROM PARIS. Parisian conceits in laces, received from our icsbicnt buyer. lV...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 April 1881

I LANCASTER I)AILI INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 188. &. Jianrastet; I-utciUgencec. THURSDAY EVENING. APBIL 7, 1881. - Wanting a Tonic. Senater Cameren . wants te be sup ported. That a man se disposed te go his own gait should ask the Pennsylva nia Legislature te approve his senatorial course is in itself remarkable enough te show that he feels his political corpora tion te stand in need of a tonic. Senater Cameren does net ask the endorsement of his constituents through humility, which is a feeling he is quite a stranger te ; nor with any disposition te alter his course if it should net be approved, for that he was never known te dQ. But he is aware that he came out of a late con test iu the Pennsylvania. Legislature very ragged and tern and all forlorn, and he sees here a chance te be rehabili tated and te secure anointment at the hands of the very Legislature which is generally believed te have severely phle botomized his political body and done serious damage te" his pres...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE THUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. ' OCK BEGl'LAK COKKtSPO.NDEXCE. A meeting for organization, election of officers, etc.. of a' new English Lutheran church in Columbia, will he held in the German Lutheran church en Locust street, abeve Fifth, Rev. Darmstetter, pas tor, en Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. AH who have certificates from the ether church arc requested te" bring them, and all friends of the cause are cordially in vited te be present. Last evening was very pleasantly bpeut at the southeast corner of Second .and Walnut streets, where a number of her friends surprised Mis. Mary D. Jlumsey. Te our knowledge three mere surprise parties arc en the tapis. Engine Ne.u, of the W. through here te the east .1. 11. II., passed this morning in tow of engine Ne. 107. The Women's foreign misMenary society of the M. E. church held its meeting yes teiday afternoon in the church parlors and was well attended. Rev. Mr. Hume, of Lancaster, officiated in the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 April 1881

$ LAKCASIER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, THURSDAY, APRIL 7. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, APB1L 7, 1881. BABY I'OWtB. Six little feet te cercr, x little hands te fill, Tumbling out In the. clever. Stumbling ever the sill ; Six little stockings ripping. Six little shoes bait worn, Spile et that premised whipping. Skirts, shirts and aprons tern. ftugsnn,t bumble-bees catching. Heedless or bite and stings, U'alls and furniture scratching, Twisting oft" buttons and string, Inte the sugar and flour, Inte the .-alt and meal, Their royal baby power All ihieugh home we feel. " Behind the big stove creeping, Te steal the kindling weed ; Inte the cupboard peeping Te hunt for "semesin doed." The de.r-s they tease te snarling, iiicl.cn knew no iest. T the old nurse tails them "darling," Anfl loves each one " the best." Resa Yertner Jeffery. THE HIGHLAND TARTAN, car te each Highland soldier's heart leT.irianef hUcla-i, nibel of giery and of pride Te every Highland man, Whether he dwel...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 April 1881

(R)je mx a$tog Volume XYIINe. 187. LANCASTER, PA., .FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 18S1 Prlca Twe Oite. cLernisti. piIMUVAL r H. GERHART'S Taileriu r Establishment fROM Xe. 51 NORTH. QUEEN ST., Te t!i; Stere Roem formerly eccurried by Urhnincr A: Rell, Ne. 6 Bast King Street. I am new fitti;j up one of the Finest f ri :r iii the r.l.-ile. ami ill b' rady te show one el tin; Finest A;rlim-uW of SPRING WOOLENS ever brought te thin city, by the FIKSr OF APKIL. H. GERHART, Ne, 6 East King Street. VKW STOCK or CLOTHING SPRING 1881, AT ). B. Uestetter & Sen's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQTJABE. Il;t viiif iii::tic iinn-uul etferts tf bring before the iu!Iic:i line, btyiishand well made stock of DB Iff A ii "J no air new prepared te show them one el the ii:i-t circtully M-!h-e!"il stocks if .letliing in thi- city, nt the Lewest Cash Prices. MK.WS, HOYS' AMI YOUTHS' CLOTHING ! ix ;ui: vt variety. I'ieic Geed .t the Mn-t Stylish Design-" mdat p: ice, Mt'-in the reach et ull. fa' J vi- u a cull . 8. B. Bests 24 CE...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 April 1881

i 1? M .LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER EKI DAY, APRIL 8, 1881. 32 iUmcastcr Irntelltgenccr. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1881. A Dirty Business. The misgovernment - the munici pality of STewr Yerk has long been an exemplar of the fatal connection be tween local and national politics. Its' city affairs have been controlled upon issues whose determination was regu lated by an appeal te considerations of general political intrigue. It has been a standing complaint thai New Yerk city is ruled from Albany and that Albany leeks te Washington. "Recent events have shown that the New Yerk Assembly waits for the senatorial nod, and. influences radiating from the national capital ' determine questions of purely local concern. All New Verk has been aroused at the filthy condition of her streets, and a mass meeting of her citizens, unprece dented for respectability and influence, demanded their cleaning and pointed te the mayor as the proper responsible au thority te de the work. Te control the patro...

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. — 8 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. . evn i:i:;ul it cokuk-spendence. ' Mr. Geerge It. Bennett, lock-master of the Pennsylvania canal cempauy and pres ident of the Vigilant company, is couva ceuva lestim,' from the severe illness which has eeiiliueil him te liis residence ler the past lew weeks. Seme iil'ty. or .sixty of his neighbors and friends hurptised Mr. Ames Greff last evening sit his residence en New Second .sheet siiul pleasantly .-pent the hours until iiiidiii;;ht ariived, when, after leaving with Mr. Uroil quite a room fall of dona tions, the sell-invited quests took" their departure. Mr. Grefl, who is a deacon in thu Church of Ged, has lit-cti lying ill for some time. Itev. Cyius F. Ivnight, D. D LL. D.. of Lancaster, pleached sin excellent ser mon last evening in .Si. Paul's Episcopal chin eh. On Wednesday evening one of Samuel Campbell's livery horses was hired out te si man who wanted te drive te Meuntvillc. The m.xt morning it was bro...

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. — 8 April 1881

LANCAST&R DAlLt INTELLIGENCE!, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1881. Hani aster ntellfgnuzr. FRIDAY EVENING, APE1L 8, 1881. Ifeb Iuger-teil en the Luiigli or a Child. " The lauirh of a child will make the holiest day mere sacred still. Strike with hand of fire, eh, weird musician, thy harp fitrunji with Apelle's golden hair ; fill the vast cathedral aisles with symphonies sweet and dim, deft teucher of the organ keys ; blew, bujjle, blew, until the silvei notes de touch and kiss the moonlit waves and charm the lever-: wan lerinn amid-vine clad hills. But knew, your sweetest strains are discords all, compared with childhood's happy lau:U the iausjh that fills the eyes with light and every heart with joy Oh, rippling river of Uuhter, thcu art the bleshed boundary line be tween the beasts and men, and every way ward wave of thine doth drown some fret fnl fiend of erne. Oh laughter, rose-lipped daughter of je , t'leie are dimples enough in thy cheeks te catch aud held and glorify all the tears of ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 April 1881

&)WlfaM HjSP? 1 ivVVyVM V I VAX' A Volume XVIIKe. 188. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1881. Price Twe On1&. 'AXA3lAKi:U'& AVVEMCTISEXEXT. NEW THINGS FOR SPRING 1881 AT JOHN WANAMAKEE'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 asseitmcnt of goods for personal wear and house use. It is au 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. Cor.ie and sec hew great the contrast for the ibetter a siugle year can make. Our whole stock for this spring ia, we believe, the very best that we have ever gathered for our customers, aud in carefulness of selection aud excellence of ma tcrials ami 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, aud If time for -shopping is...

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. — 9 April 1881

5 LANCASTER DAILY USfgLLlGESCER SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1881. tlanraster intelligences SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL O, 1881. These Serthern Pacific Troprieters. A short time age the directors of the Northern Pacific railroad company is sued eighteen millions of stock te a few persons, themselves among .the number, claiming it it te be a balance of stock belonging te the "proprietary interests." Ne money was alleged te have been paid for this stock, and the company derived no benefit from the issue. It was issued at this juncture, in order te thwart the attempt made by the proprietors of a rival railroad in Oregon te purchase a contreling interest in the stock of the Northern Pacific. These people, thus cuchered, have caused an injunction te be sued out retraining the eighteen mil lion issue as unlawful. The develop ments made in this litgatien show a sim ilar condition of rottenness in the organ ization of this read te that which noto riously existed in the inception of the ether 1'aciflc rea...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1881 .Mether.! Metbrrst! Mothers!!! Aie you dlsimbcd at night and broken of jour rest ly a sick child buffering and crying w itli the excruciating iln el cutting teeth ? II -ut go at once and get a bottle of MRS. WINDOW? SOOTHING SYIHJT. It will re lieve tlie peer little tullcrer immediately de pend upon it;thoiets no mistake about it. There K net a mother en eaith -who has ever ii'scil it, who will net tell you :it once that it v. ill : emulate the bowels, and give rest te the mother, and relief and health te the child, ept-iating like magic. It is perfectly safe te iiMjin all cases, and pleasant te the ta&tc, and i-. the preset iptlen et one et the eldest and best lcimile pliyniclans and nurtcs in the I'liltcd Hate.. sold everywhere; 25eentsa beitie inar7-Ivd&wM.W&S Ely's Cream ISalm lhc only Catarrh i cincdy et i.iany I have Hied which has acted as a cure. I have been lieubled ler ever flltven yeai;my head hat b.en mos...

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

LANCASTER DAILY IKXELLIGEXCjEK, SATURiiAY, APRIL 9. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. Saturday evening, ipeil 9, i88i. GOO'I BOUSE. BY JOAQCTN MOXET.. " lie cuiucd the dry land appear." Bible. The mountains, from tlut tearful first Named day, were Ged'a own house. Beheld, Twas here dread Sinai's thunders burst And snewed HU face. 'T was bore of old nis prophets dwelt. Le : It was here The Christ did come when death drew near. Give ine Ged'a wondrous upper world. That makes familiar with the moon. These stony altars, they have hurled Oppression Tjack, have kept the been Ot liberty. Boheld hew free The mountains stand eternally : Treasure Trere. A Collection et Itaro Old Coins. At a public hale of old fumiture iu East Fallowfield township, Chester ceuuty Mrs. Margaret Scott, wife of Humphry Scott, esq., bought an old book case for two dollars shb taking a fancy te the ar ticle en account of its great age and an tique appearance remarking that it would be a companion piece te her "grand m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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