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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 April 1881

'!tJiUii WW TJrOr SCJtjje fonte$te$ Volume XIHI-Ke, 194 LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 16. 1881 Prkt Tw Cfiti. ci.oi.mxe. "HEHOT l: REMOVAL OF Jehn Falek's Tailoring and Gents' Furnishing Establishment, Frem 41, opposite, te U WEST KING STREET, Te theioeni occupied for many year ly the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company. nipiiiiy.-apid-Iinl&2uiw i-in IlVANCK OIIDEK I'KK cable. Uur invoice of FOREIGN WOOLENS ler the hpiing and Summer Season is new lull and complete. We can show the Clielcc.it Line of New De signs, unexcelled In character for ta-te, quality ami llaniineinc Effects, enlv te lie found anions the leading Merchant Tailoring Estab lishments. Uur Purisian, Londen and New Voik Novel Nevel tics aie marvel- et beauty. In we cm eiler the Largest. Assortment and all the leading New and Choice Colorings with Silk Pacings te Match. French, Engli-di and Scotch Suiting in endless variety. TAYLOR'S ENGLISH TROUSERINGS Ot all designs. The bel goods linpeiled for Men's Wear. An earl...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 188 . Stancastci intelligencer SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 16, 1881. Mr. Gewen's Libel Suit. Mr. Gewen has brought suit for libel against a financial newspaper in New Yerk, the existence et which .has been known te very few ; and his action is se unlikeTiis generally contemptuous treat ment of such assaults as te create much surprise, especially when the iusignifi cance of the source is considered. The gist of the article was the charge that the originators of Mr. Gewen's bend scheme had " made their money long age by selling at the recently prevailing high prices'' and the statement that Judge McKennan, of the United States circuit court, had declared that "he felt very sere at Mr. Gewen, feeling that Gewen had lied and cheated him.and that he would have acted very differently if he had known what he new knows." There does net seem te be enough in these charges te have disturbed Mr. Gewen's equanimity, or te challenge him te bring a lib...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 188H COLUMBIA. N3WS. OUK KEJl'l.K COIUIl'-SPONDENCE. Mr. P. S. Biugii, tlie tlrurgif.t, has turu ,.A i,no of his show windows into a poultry v:wl. A mother chicken with her breed ; of little ones have most of the window fciace te themselves, but one corner is re-.-vrved for a white labbit, which is caged and which has just left its nest where are exposed half a dozen or mere prettily col cel col eied Easter Cgs. Yeu arc right in think ing the window is a headquarters for chil dren. Mr. H. F. Biuner shipped fiem hisyaid half-a-dezeu car leads of coal yesterday, but the real work commenced this morn ing and at this time everything is as lively as can be at the coal yard. Tiieic is a large force of men employed, but Mr. Brunei has net yet been able te get as many as he wants. A number of the members and friends wf St. Jehn's Lutheran church met last evening at the residence of Mr. Charles P. Suiciuer, en Locust stre-.'t above Sixth, fo...

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. — 16 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, SATURDAY, APRIL 16. 1881. ZE SUncastcr jmtclltgencet. SATURDAY EVENING, APBIL 10, 1881. THE SEW BIKTH. The Spectator. Ged spake in a voice of thunder, Or old irem Sinai's kill : And the mystic words of wonder Thrill the believer still . He sees In the vault above him . With the eye et faith alone, Oemmed round by the souls that love him, The great Creater's throne. He sees in the day of danger The column of cloud that led Frem the land et the alien stranger Ills Israel whom lie ted ; And knows, though his footsteps wander Astray in a twilight land. That his home Is building yonder, By the one unerring hand. , lie feces In the night et peril The pillar of Arc that shone Frem the halls of pearl ami beryl, Te light Ged's children en ; And feels that straight from heaven, When the eye or sense grows dim, Shall a grander sight be given Te :t!l who trust in Ilim. On the page of the mighty Oce.w lie reads the Mightier still, Who curb its restless motion By th...

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. — 18 April 1881

. (EI)je Imtf aM i5ygp4) 1 U k U HI 1 1 u u . 7f : . """" . ..- ,, ., , - - - - i in tm .1 i i i i - . - -T . JJJ - . Velime XYU-Ki. 195. VJ.OTB.Diti. TH7SINES3 SUITS. BUSINESS SUITS :e: 0 We Lave somewhere in the region of one hundred styles of business suits new ready te put en. A list' of thctn would be the dullest of read ing ; and yet we want you te knew substantially what they are like. The lowest price is $8.50, and the highest is 920. They are all of wool. $8.S0 is very little te get all-wool cloths, sponging, cutting, trim ming, making, watching, handling, rent, book-keeping, advertising aud selling, out of ; but we manage te de it by dividing the casts among se many of you that one hardly feels his share at all ; he pays for materials and work, and very little mere. We'll take another day for the rest ; but you may as well corae and see new as later. Seeiug is better than reading. -:e:- WANAMAKER & BROWN; OAK HALL, MARKET AND SIXTH, PHILADELPHIA. THE LARGEST CLOTHING H...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 April 1881

V 'Ta ""-Tf-TT LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGESCEU MONDAY, aPRILIS, 1881. Etncaster jnteRffierittc, MONDAY BVBNINQ. APRIL 18,1881. A Trapped Fex. Foxes have holes, or need te have ; mid the fox Jehn Sherman needs just new, te be hunting for his. Mi Sher man Is a first class 'type of the foxy or der of men and politicians. He puts en an appearance of great virtue, but never theless does notoriously lie and steal. Perhaps his thievisbness would be diffi cult te prove te a jury under the forms of the law ; for he has never been caught in flagrante dtlictu. Foxes never are. Still, everybody knows that they steal be cause it is their nature tee ; and they have no known honest way of getting their liv ing and keeping fat withal. Mr Sherman is knew(q have a very heavy purse and nobody M4jgLbpw he honestly filled it. He has bervpeatedly charged with abusing his power as secretary of the treasury te. enficlr himself; and the New Yerk Sun, net long age, published an account of Ids connection with 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 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCKR, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1881 sack, when lie was hurried off te Michigan, and ever since lias been speaking once or twice dally. Gen. Wearer must be composed in great part or iron te st and such work, and if be cannot make the beat speech erer made in Pennsylvania It will surely net be from want of practice. He la billed te reach Lan caster en Apiil 20, and teapeakMn the opera house in the cvanlng. All our readers wlie desire te see this great head cntre of Green Green backisre. who Is fully authorized te speak of and for it, should at once visit Fulton opera house office and secure a seat. Ihni't sear Canary King ? Then get a bottle of Bird Bitters, which Is an unfailing restorer of song and a cure fei all diseases of cage birds. It your druggist docs net keep it. or will net get it for you. send a postal card te the Bird Feed Company, 307 Federal street, Camden, X. J., and" they will see that you are supplied. Price, 25 cents. Kmar23-3mdw Free Shew Te-night...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTfiLIJGENCEK, MONDAY, APRIL 18. 1881. Eancastet fnfeiligencer. MONDAY STONING, APRIL 18, 1881." TtlMM. The New Yerk Market. U. s. Tobacco Journal. In old goods, among which we may new properly place '79 tobaccos, a quiet though extensive business was done. Out-of-town buyers, fearful lest they be left without an assortment of geed wrappers before the '80 is fit te use, hastened te secure every thing in the way of profitable lets of wrap pers. By reason thereof prices are once mere en the increase. This laying in of old stock had the effect of setting afloat rumors .of many, sales of '80 tobacco, and if all them prove true, an unprccendenteuly early market opening of new stock has taken place. The positively known transactions in '80 tobaccos were 1,100 cases of Pennsylvania and 300 cases of Connecticut. Though we have serious reason te doubt the veracity of the spreaders of the reports, ether transactions in '80 stock thus early in the season would be nothing surpr...

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 April 1881

(Hjje 3uatifia$te$ BranteUxaert&. Volume XVII-Ne. 1 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1881. Pries TweCttta. DRT GOODS. TKW NECKTIES AT ERISMAN'S. NEW COLLARS AT ERISMAN'S. THE "MONARCH" SHIRT AT ERISMAN'S, U. 50 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. Opposite Inquirer Building. s FK1NG DRESS GOODS. & Have new open a handseme line eT Frew, EhkIIsh aad American DRESS GOODS, In the New Fabrics und in the Latest Spring Shades. French Shuda Cleth, French Serge, Crepe Artmirc, Mnniic Cleth, Albatross Cleth, Men's Vesting, lllutninatcd anil Plain Bcge, Lace Buntings, with Cushnicre Stripes untl Plaids ler Combinations. Dress Ginghams, Lawns and Chintzes. Silks et Superior Quality at very low prices. LYONS BLACK SILK, SATIN DE LEON, COLORED SILKS, SUMMER SILKS, SUIt All SILKS AND SATINS. IS BLACK GOODS We have the best makes of BLACK CASHMERE and Silk Warp Henrietta ; also a Large Line et French Lace Hunting, Artnure Urcnadinc, OutneBMs Grenadines Crcpe de Japen, Camels Ilalr Grenadine...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 April 1881

u LAKCASTBR DAILY lttTKLLlGENUtiit TUESDAY, APKIL19, 188L , Hancastet intelligence. TUESDAY XVXMXNQ. APBUi 10. 1881. "The Glerj, Jest and Riddle." It was indeed a marvelous career that had been run by the erratic genius whose light went out this morning just as the sun, which never sets en England's do main, waked the sea-girt kingdom te the life and light of day. The whole secret and mainspring of Benjamin Disraeli's career is expressed in his threat that time when he sat down in the Heuse of Commens, after his first discomfiture and amid the gibes of the opposition. He said " I have begun many times sev eral things and I have often succeeded at last. Aye, sir, and though I sit down new the time will come when this Heuse shall listen te me !" And he kept hia word. They heard him at last. And the whole world heard him, and up te his latest breath wailed with keen eager ness for everything he should say and write. He had all the infirmities of genius and mere than beset most men of g...

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. — 19 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. .TUESDAY, 4PRJL 19, 188H COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR KISGULAB, COKB.K3PONDENCE. Ice formed last night and a heavy frost was noticed early this morning. Several flecks of wild decks were no ticed en the river this morning. There is as yet hut little cunning for them about here. A number of rafts which had been tied up along the wharves, here, started for the lower waters this morning. The winds have fallen and rafting is new geed. xuuv ik hew in course 01 construction ?) , " a 'white marble alter for Hely irinity Catholic church of this place, which, when finished, will be the handsomest cliarck fixture in the borough of Columbia. The altar, which will cost about sixteen hundred dollars, is destined te take the place of the wooden structure new in use. It will uet be finished until the coming fall. That canal beat is geno. It was gotten off the rock below the dam yesterday morning. The Citizens' bar.d serenaded a number el our people last evening among ethers 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. — 19 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGEN&EK, TtJESDAY, APRIL 19. 1881. iatuastet intelligencer. TTJR6DAY XVDNING, AFBIL 19, 1881. THE PASCHAL MOON. Thy faee Is whitened with remembered wee ; Fer thou alone, pale satellite, didst see, Amid the shadows of Gethsemane, The mingled cup et sacrifice o'crflew ; Ner badst the power of utteranee te show The wasting wound of silent sympathy. Till sudden tides, obedient te thee. Sobbed, desolate in weltering anguish, low. The holy night returneth year by year. And while the niystte vapors from thy Tim Distil the dews, as from the Victim there The red drops trickled In the twilight dim, The ocean's changeless threnody we hear, And gaze upon thfte as thou didst en Uim. ; Jehti Ii. Tail. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. EAST EARL NEWS. FltOM OUK KEGULAK KAST END COK BE8PONDKKT. Petty thieving has again been an noying the citizens of this locality. A few nights age, Moses Spanker's mill at Greenbank, was entered and a small quantity of flour was taken ; also, en the n...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 April 1881

yclnatef! .rait FeUme XVlI-Ne. 197. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1881 Priet Tw Cer.K all vLOTBnm. TkCSINKSS SUITS. BUSINESS SUITS- We have somewhere in the region of one hundred styles of business suits new ready te put en. A list of thein would be the dullest of read ing ; and yet we want you te knew substantially what they are like. The lowest price k $8.60, and the highest is $20. They are all of wool. $8.50 is very little te get sil-woel cloths, sponging, cutting, trim ming, making, watching, handling, rent, book-keeping, advertising aud selling, out of ; but we manage te de it by dividing the costs among se many of you that one hardly feels his share at all ; he pays for materials aud work, and very little mere. We'll take another day for the rest ; but you may as well come and see new as later. Seeing is better than reading. ' WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, MARKET AND SIXTH, PHILADELPHIA. THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA. E LEUANT CLOTIIIMG. A.L. ROSENSTEIN, THE...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY ltfXiSLLIGENeEit WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1881. iancaster f ntelUgencet. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, AFBIL 90, 1881. Unfair awl Uawlse. The water department of the city is particularly vigorous this year in gath ering in the subjects of the levy, and it is te be commended for its zeal; but per- baps a little mere discretion would be equally commendable. Unquestionably every citizen should pay for the use of the water he gets ; but he should net pay for what ether citizens use, nor should be pay a disproportionate amount for what he uses. The fairest way would be te measure the water. The objection te this is the cost of the meters. But we can see no objection te the measuring of water used by the large consumers of it. The additional rent that would be col lected would far mere than pay for the cost. It is generally believed that there is a great inequality in the charge te manufacturing establishments who use large amounts of water, and there should be.ne hesitation in measuring ...

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. — 20 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGJBNOFJtl WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1881 COLUMBIA. NEWS. Ot'BKISGULAIt CORBeSPOSOBNOB. Mr. William Gorden, of whose danger ous illness we spoke in yesterday's letter te the Intelligences, died at 3 o'clock this morning of typhoid-pneumonia, at bis reifcWiee a fckert dirtancebelew tJbe St. Cliailes'fiiriiace..'-v5Ir. Gorden was a vudl vudl knewn and highly respected citizen whose principal characteristic was energy, which in him meant mere than a mere occupa tion of time. He was economical without stinting himself or his family of what con duced te their happiness and comfort, and by his blending of perseverance and tact succeeded in amassing what is regarded as a considerable fortune. (It will be re membered that a couple of weeks age he purchased fifty bh'ares of Columbia nation al bank stock at $133 per share.) The funeral will take place en Tuesday after noon at 2 o'clock, from St. Paul's Episco pal church, en Seuth Second street, and the remains will be interre...

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. — 20 April 1881

LANCASTER VAINLY 1NTELLIGENCEK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. 1881. 3Lamasux fntelltgericer. WFDNE8DAT EVKN'G, AWL 30, 1881. TWO PICTURES. Twe levers by a mess-grown spring: They leaned soft cheeks together there, Mingled the dark and sunny hair. And heard the wooing thrushes staff, O budding time ! O love's blest prime ! Twe parents by the evening Are ; The red light lell about their knees. On heads that rose by slew degrees Like buds upon the Illy aplre. O patient life: O tender strife! Jehn W. Ferney. Twe levers en a swinging gate ; They made the hinges creak and strain. Told hew seen they would meet again. And heard the village oleok strike eight. O clubbing time ! HeW does that rhyms. Twe parents by tlie evening lire ; The old man get his box-teed beet, And made young Mabel's lever scoot. And cuss her unrelenting sire. O close the gate! It's half past eight. Harrisbwg Telegraph. Aii Interesting Adventure with Bears. Seme davs since a farmer's 'wife inGray- son county, Va. (whose name we...

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. — 21 April 1881

2e$mtfaW TUm XVU-Ne. 198. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1881. Prk Tw Crate. ar coejm. N EXT UOOB TO THE OOCHT HOCsB. FAHNESTOCK. ALL THE NEW STTLES Ladies' Dress Goods In Quantities, at FAHNESTOCK'S. BLACK CASHMERES, BLACK CASHMERES, IN QUANTITIES. BLACK SILKS, BLACK SILKS, IN QUANTITIES. OUR ONE DOLLAR BLACK BILK, BEST EVER SOLD AT PRICK. COLORED SILK COLORED SILKS, IN QUANTITIES, at S. . GOe and 7c. Our Stere la stocked lull of new ana desir able goods et every description, many et which aae offered mueh lass than regular prices. FAHNESTOCK'S, Next Doer te Court Heuse, N KW CHEAP STOKE. Meter, Bart & MM NEW CHEAP STORE, Ne. 43 WEST KING STREET, Between the Cooper noose and Serrel Herse Hetel, (ADLKtt'S OLD STAND), Is new full of Bargains from Auction. BLACK SILKS, COLOBED SILKS, Brocade Silks for Trimmings. Black Cash mere at all prices, cheapest in this city. Dress Goods in variety. Dress Ginghams In Hand name assortment. Tabic Linens and every; thing cheap. ANOTHER LOT...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 April 1881

LANCASTER BAIL? INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1881. h i Lancaster fntelltg enter. THURSDAY STONING, APBIL tl, 188U ' Oar AMMlag Legislators. It is very amusiqg te see bow these heathen legislators at Harrisburg rage against the attorney general who has re duced them te this miserable cempensa tien of a thousand dollars for an unlim ited length of legislative session, while he appropriates te himself seven thou sand dollars, a year's salary, for a very limited part of a year's service. It is a sad case, no doubt; and perhaps the legislators are net altogether inexcus able for suspecting that a censtruer of the constitution who brings out results se pleasant te himself and unpleas ant te them, needs looking after; and accordingly they have set them selves te de a great. deal of inquiring into the law and the constitution, but net, se far, with any very brilliant success. The wretched law seems te award the lean and fat respectively te the attorney treneral and the legislators, as ...

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. — 21 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIOENC EEjM URsfe A Y, APRIL 21, 1831 COLUMBIA. NEWS. OUK KKGULAB COftKKSPONDENCK. The Columbia fire company Ne. 1 gave its engine a trial yesterday afternoon. It threw water ler mere than half au hour. The telephone exchange has erected its poles te the upper end of Marietta and it is believed all the connections will seen be made. Unavoidable detentions are being constantly experienced. The hardware firm of Spangler & Sterritt have been con nected recently. Mr. Jehn Henry, Columbia correspon dent of the Examiner, has returned from a visit of a few days te the state capital. Under direction of the read committee of councils Supervisor Chalfant lias new a force of men at work recebbling a portion of the alley between Locust and Cherry streets and below Second street. The flew of water is dammed at Second street. Richard Caley, the boy who was shot in the knee by Jehn Petersen several days age, an account of which was given in the Intelligencer at the time, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY iNTELUGENiEK, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THUE8DA.T EVKNINO, APRIL 21, 1861. "BILUMS TAYB." BU-'.l Tayler was a gay young feller Fall or lite ana fall or glee. Anil 'Is 'cart be did dlskiver Te a la-dl lair and free. Four and twenty stout young fellers, Clad they van la blue array. Came and nahbed this BU-.i Tayler, And they took him e te aea. Soen his true lore feller-d arter. Under the name et Blehard Carr, And her Illy vlte bands daubed ever Vitb that nast 1 pith 1 tar. She vas veunded In tbe first engagement. VltUng like a man among tne rest. Fer a Cannen ball did 'It er And dlsklvered 'cr Illy rite breast The captain was herery blncb a sailor. Savs 'e. "Vat vlnd haa'blewed you 'ere t" Says she, " I'm 'tinting ler BU-U Tayler, And I leres im werry dear !" Says e, says 'e, " Sew you're a wlctlm J I'll sea you rignted, miss, I swear. Git hup vlt the bearly bird In the morning, You'll see 'lm vlt 'Is la-dl fair!" be she resed hup hearl-1 In th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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