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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 April 1881

2jelmtfatei txMMM t t ". t ?1um XVH-Ht. 199. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1881 Prkt Tw Cts. xr STRAWBBID&E & CLOTHIER HAVE BY ACTUAL COUNT ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN STYLES -OF SPRING DEESS GOODS, RANGING IN PRICES FROM 12 1-2 te SO Cents Per Yard. Each and every style of the one hundred and fifteen represents from THREE TO TEN DIFFERENT COLORINGS OB COMBINATIONS, mak ing in the aggregate a stock net only the largest we have ever shown, but believed te be absolutely beyond competition. WE SHOW : SEVEN STYLES At 12J Cents. All Half-Weel Stuffs. Most el them cost mere te inanutactu re than our marked price, and represent some gtcat Bargains. They cen-fet el BEIGES, Alt MUKKR. PLAIDS, SILK-MIXED NOVELTIES and CASIIMEUES. TEN STYLES At 15 Cents. All Half-Weel Fabrics: many would be geed value at SO and 23 cents. These also are TWILLED BEI GES, XOVKLTIES, PLAIDS, STUIPES. AKMUKES, ETC. FIVE STYLES At 18 Cents. Fully as cheap as the ether leta mid consist et MOIIAIUS. ME LANGES,...

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. — 22 April 1881

Lancaster -EnttlUgrrett, FRIDAY EVBNINQ, APRIL 33,jlB81. The Star Beate Service." The public have heard for many years of the frauds of the Star postal route service, and Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Bradyha& been well-known as the authority -responsible for them. Sev eral years age a congressional inquiry fully exposed his rascalities, but he nevertheless retained his place and con tinued his profitable manipulation dur ing the whole of Mr. Hayes's term,under the authority of Postmaster General Key, who seems te have been chief of his department only in name. It has net been understood that r the Kpostmas Kpestmas tsr generalhimaelf j was & sharer in the profits of the iniquitous transactions of his second assistant. It appears that this assistant postmaster general is permitted te administer his office without interference from the head of the department, the reason being that he is held in his place by au thority superior te his chief's and by the influence of politician...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLKiENUliRMiXAy, ABRIL 22, 188i tbe specialities of a dozen circus tins is " the ideaj circus, " which comes te town to-Eierrow. T r . . ' f THE VALLbV KO&GK MCKDKK. An AIIceiLIpatev; Coeaty Clue. Shuitly after tbe murder of Clugsten at Valley Ferge andthe discovery that tbe murderer 'nail ieftlieliind liim a pawn ticket for the watch stolen from Chas. Laverty, at Leaman Place- this county, the Intelligencer get information that a young man named BraJncrd Stewart, who bad-been suspected of the Laverty robbery and bad disappeared afterwards, bad been seen in the neighborhood of Leamau Place about the time of the Valley Ferge crime and was in a suspicious hurry te go West, tejrelher with a tramp looking fellow who was loitering about Leaman Place in Stew- art's company. They were placed under surveillance of an Intelligencer repor ter, who satisfied himself that Stewart wa net and could net have been near Valley Ferge the night bf tlm murder ; tliat tbe tramp a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTtfLLIGMCEK, FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1881. Lancaster fntelligencer. FRIDAY SVEHDia, APBUi 82. 1ML EiBlUre. Trial or the System la Western New Ter. W. n. Martin, M. P.. of Cbattuq.ua, N. Y.,ta "Country Gentleman." The new system of ensilage seems te be the reek upon which enr best agricultur ist are split in their opinions, and a I hare an opinion -te offer en this important subject I send it te you. Seeing several notices of this-system, I determined-te try it en a small-scale. I sent te Dr. Bailey for his book. lie sent me advance sheets before the entire book was completed and I nreceeded according te his directions, digging a pit some seven feet deep at one end and five feet at the ether. I laid my wall in water-lime from 14 te 10 inches thick. When completed I had a vault 12 by 28 feet, and 12 feet high, with a deer in one end next te the barn. I filled my silo with fodder corn and field corn (cut in half-inch lengths and less), millet, clever, pigeon grass, etc. The...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1881

anftuSfeg .jNnrBb cry 4 I i - ..... B)Z r v - ! ri LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1881 Price Tw Crate. Velime XVU-Ka 200. p RimammxAimim v '5B,r?WlEJ!l3S7CT!!RSwSs'" sr CLOIMIXQ. T EMOVAL! REMOVAL -OF- Jehn Falek's Tailoring and Gtents Furnishing Establishment, Frem 41, opposite, te U WEST KING STREET, Te the room occupied for many years by the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company. aprs-ltnd&zmw OPRIKO OPKNINO AT H. GERHART'S New HMv Establishment, Ne. 6 Bast Kinsr Street. I have just completed fitting up one of the Fluent Tailoring Establishment te be ieund In till state, and am new prepared te show my customer a stock of goods for the SPRING TRADE. which for quality, uiIc and variety of Patterns has never lieen equaled In this city. I will keep and sell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low In pilcc. All goods warranted a represented, and prices as low as the lowest, ut Ne. 6 East King Street, Next Doer te the New Yerk Stere. H. GERHART. N JEW S...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1881. jtancastei intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1881. Set " Ubsbmbms Fer Oaee." The Philadelphia Times is advised from Lancaster that all of the members of the Lancaster bar but three have signed a paper urging Judge Livingston te permit them te support him for re election, and that two of the three law yers who refused their signatures were the editors of the Ixtellieknceh. It is true that a paper of the purport men tioned was presented for our signatures and failed te receive them. We had no hesitation at all in declining te give them'. We dp net consider Judge' Liv ingston's qualifications for the judicial position se transcendent as te warrant us in pledging ourselves te support .him in advance of the naming of the Demo cratic candidate for his w position. If a respectable lawyer and man should be nominated en the Democratic ticket we should support him, even though the Republican candidate was a much mere capable jud...

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. — 23 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY OTEIXIGENCER, S'iTURbAt, APRIL 23, 1881 COLUMBIA NEWS. UCK KEGCLAK COKKliSPONDKNCK . Hen. James M. Gamble and wife, wlie have beeii visiting Mr. Abram Brunei-, left te-day for their borne at Williamsport, Pa. A handsome breech -leading, double barrel, shotgeu, te bechanced off at a fair for the benefit of the Knights of the Mystic Chain, is en exhibition at P. S. Brugh's drag store. A session of the teachers' institute was held this morning. 'Squire Grier will open his eGica in the room Ne. 104Lecnst btreet. Rev. G. P. Miller, of Marietta, will preach for 8t. Jehn's Lutheran congrega tion in the German Lutheran church, en Locust street, below Sixth, en Sunday morning at 16 o'clock Sunday school at Shuler's hall at 1:30 p.m. Tbe,funerai of the late William Gorden took place yesterday afternoon from St. Paul's Episcopal church. Interment in Mount Bethel cemetery. Excursion tickets te Lancaster aud return and geed for Barnum's circus are being sold te-day by the Penn sy...

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. — 23 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1881. Lancaster ntelligentn:. SATUBDAT EVKKDTO, APRIL 28, MM. A CRUMBLING TOMBSTONE. Fer tux lxTautexscu, A broken record of a clouded past. Crumbled te dust, new Ilea it there ; A wounded witness of the trutli at last Eflacsd toy elements of air. The morn-born sunbeams rest upon it bright, Seft freshening Its gloomy leek ; A tender daisy leads a hallowed light : A golden word Irem nature's book. At even, tee, 'tis touched by fading beams, And gentle sluulews close It In ; A hale from the night-sun en it streams : A picture pure, with naught et sin. A burnished star seems, like an eye from hcaVn, Te tell the meaning of Its tale ; e earth diviner has tee power glv'n Te enter In that" mystic pale. Alene in melancholy age It lies MeuU'tf ng fast with Its willing bed ; It only tells the puissance et the skies, And or a mortal unknown dead. Yet hap'iy, 'ncatU it lies the crumbled dust Of one whose mind was stern and great ; Of him who, i...

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 April 1881

' H) mfa$M ' kf V Volume XTU-Ne. 201. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, APRIL 25. 1881. Frka Twt Ctata. WmrmBrmML H L II "U ' S " ' Mg&nimwmwx: "swaSBWsCPvSS'wsBSS' v- CLOimnra. T EHUVAL! REMOVAL -OF- Jehn Falek's Tailoring and Gents' Furnishing Establishment, Frem 11, opposite, te 44 WEST KING STREET, Te tins room occupied for many years by the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company. apr8-lmd&2mw s I'RING OPENING -AT H. GERHART'S New Meig WUm Ne. 6 Bast Kins Street. it, I have Just completed fltttng up one of tlie Finest Tailoring Efetafcllshnient te be found In thin state, and am new prepared te show my customers a stock of geed for the SPRING TRADE. wliicli for uallty. style and variety of Patterns lias never been equaled In tills city. I will keep and sell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low In price. All goods warranted as represented, and prlcn-s ah low as t he lowest, at Ne. 6 East King Street, Next Doer te the New Yerk Pteie. H. GERHART. N TEW STOCK ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 April 1881

V LANCASTEIUUIL? IjNXBLLIGENCEK, MONDAY, APKIL25, 1881. .Lancaster intelligencer. MONAT EVENING, AFBL St. 1981. Mr. tiewea's Great Speech. Mr. Ge wen, en Saturday evening, held iu rapt attention an audience which died the Philadelphia Academy of Music, talking about the affairs of his railroad, company. , He brought bis heaieTSinie'fulisymnathy with himself and prevedth'at he was an orator of the very first order. Mr. Gewen . has great qualities which naturally have-attracted te him the admiration and sympathy of all men. He is. as bold brave and honest auaiasiverliTed. J-IW'e taijewnb one new en .Qie tbeahft of .the world who stands forth se pre-eminently esteemed for courage, truth and honesty, and se capable of commanding' the minds of menrby the eloquence ethis tongue'. (HJe possesses the great advantage as' an ora tor of speaking from bis heart the con victions which he profoundly enter tains ; and of speaking them te men who knew that he honestly entertains them and is, inspir...

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 April 1881

LANCASTER AILY lin!cJCil&eMMhKnAi! APRIL25 I88i COLUMBIA NEWS. OCU KliOCLAB COJKfc.SFONDENCK. Tlie Harrisburg convocation of the Pro testant Episcopal church will be held in Columbia, beginning te-morrow, in St. Paul's church, with evening services at 7:30 o'clock, the Rev. Francie II. Strieker, of Mcchanicsburg, , officiating. Wednes day, uierniug prayer with litany and holy communion at ten o'clock, Rev. Win. C. Leveretl, dean or the convocation, officiat ing. Business meeting at 2 o'clock, p. in. Evening -service missionary meeting at 7:30 o'clock, p. m.. Revs. II. W Spauld ing, D. D., A. E. Tertat and Rev. J. Keel ing, D. D., officiating. Company H, 11th regiment X. G. P., celebrated the quadicnuial anniversary of its organization, which occurred yestcr yestcr fey, by attending last evening, in full uni form with bide arms, tue Presbyterian church, where a sermon was preached by Rev. Jehu McCoy, pastor of the church and chaplain of the regiment, from the text 2d Samuel, 10th...

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 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IjbXLIGENCEK, XONDAYAPRTL 25. 1881. lneMstet fntettigeiicer. MONDAY XVKNQCa, APRIL 36, 1881. Tobacco. TU Mew YerK Jfaritet, U. .. Tobacco Journal. Many transactions in old tobacco took place this week, though but little publicity was given them. Out-of-town buyers were tlit; most active in securing fine wrappers, and figures are reported as having been paid for such stock. Outside of this nothing noteworthy occurred. The sales of '80 tobacco, which created such a stir the previous week, were net followed by ethers. ,, Our special report from Lancaster con tains very interesting newF. Buying of the new crop in Pennsylvania is being prose cuted with redoubled vigor. Frem the ether states the report regarding the new crop de net vary from these of the past month, iiuyiug is geiug en continually, if net briskly. Prospects for the leaf trade are geed, and theso wl'.e can offer geed wrapping leaf when the season sets in will find no difficulty in disposing of it. What par ...

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. — 26 April 1881

j I .- i --- - . . UTT- " - iffirantjellxattdef k anafltea Volume XYII-Ne. 202. LANCASTER PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 26: 1881. Prkt Tw Cnts. v cloihine. T EMOVAL! REMOVAL or Jehn Falek's . Tailoring and Gents' Famishing Establishment, Frem 41, opposite, te 44 WEST KING STREET, Te the room occupied for many years, liy the Lancaster Flee Insurance Company. aur8-luid&2uiw s FKINO flPENINO H. GERHART'S New Mm MlisfliDt, Ne. 6 Bast King Street. I havcjnst completed fitting up one of this Finest Tailoring Establishments te lc teund In this state, and am new prepared te show my customers a stock of goods ter the SPRING TRADE. which ler quality. ..t!c anil variety el Patterns lias never hceii equaled In this city. I will keep and sell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low in price. All goods warranted as repie.cn ted, and prices aw low as the lowest, at Ne. 6 East King Street, Next Uoer te the New Yerk .Stere. H. GERHART. N KW STOCK OF CLOTHING Fen SPRING 1881, D...

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 April 1881

LANCAbTEItPAILl INTELLIGENCES, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1881. B jtancastet intelligencer, TUESDAY EVENING, APBIL 90, 1861. Gewea's TIew f It. .The Philadelphia Ledger does net like Mr. Gewen 's personal allusions ; which is net unnatural considering its tender feeling for Mr. Drexel. It thinks it par ticularly wrong te say bad things about people who are physically afflicted, hav ing especial reference te Mr. Scott. It is generally considered te be well te avoid saying evil of the dead, but il is a stretch of the maxim te require a pub lic speaker te deal very gently with peo ple who are only paralyzed; and Mr. Scott, s president of arlval rail road, can hardly clainr-exemptiem from criticism a fie hands of another rail road president, who thinks he has a grievance against him. There is no sound objection te saying what is thought of the conduct of men in pub lic positions-, trot a great deal of geed reason for it; provided only that the things are said justly and with geed reason. Frankn...

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 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, APRIL 26. 1881 BART ITEMS. treta Georgetown and Vicinity. Mrs. Catherine Stauffer, wife of Chris tian Stauffer of this township died en Sun day afternoon, 24th, after a protracted ill ness. Speculation in regard te the Clugsteu murder is at present pointing towards the two parties spoken of last week. Stewart and Rice, both of whom arc well known in this vicinity. Hellis Geed is about te quit our town ship te return te Renovo, .where he has le ceived a positional clerk. The wife of Mr. Geed has for several years been prin cipal of the Green Tiee seminary. The tobacco warehouse of Martin & Fritz is being painted by Israel Alexander two colors, the lower story dark and the upper or ball-part a lightershade. A few sales have been made in tobacco during the past week from among which we glean the following prices : Jehn M. Pickel, 19 cents for wrappers ; Henry Baughman 18 cents for wrappers ; James Thompson, 15, 0 and 3, Rebert Kain's crop was...

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 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, APRIL 26. 1881. . .. JLaiuaster Intelligencer. TUESDAY XVSNIHO, APBIXi 96, 1ML Fer the InnxiexvcEB. Tbe LlTlag Ftm. 1 y Eusebtes HtnMref ZtekeMfMU Pa. . I believe it is customary when a book is publis-hed, for tbe press te review it ; te point out tbe bad whenever it can be found by a fine teethed comb search, and pass tbe geed with as little notice as possible, and for the public te nreikly fold the hand of its mind and say'" It is just " te whatever the critic may say. The work before me, the title of which I have quoted. I think has never bad " a fair acd square1' review, or at. least if it has, I hare net seen it; and if it bas net, I think the shadow of a duty 'unfulfilled is hanging ever us, a duty we ewe te a local contemporary, and the shadow must be dispelled ; and if there is any virtue in a local poet, drunk with the wine divine of inspiration, or who has been en that kind efa spree, and is new trying te allay his thirst at the Heli...

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. — 27 April 1881

34e llmtjtei 1L1 Felune XlINe. 203 LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1881 Price Tw Cratft, JMWXLMBB. 500 SETS SII.TKB-PIJk.TEU TABLE SPOONS, TEA SPOOKS, MEDIUM AND DESSERT FORK?. DESSERT AND MEDIUM KNIVES, AUGUSTUS BH0ADS Jeweler. 20 East King Street, Lancaster, 1 a. TfrHOLKSALK AND KETAIL. Watches and Clocks, -OF- ALL GRADES AND PRICES. E. F. BOWMAN, lOO EAST KINO STREET. TlAMONUS. Buyers of Diamonds IN LANCASTER cannot afford te pass by our large mid splendid stock of Choice Stones iur chascd lu Europe by our Mr. Valley be fore the recent rise in prices. RESIDENTS of Lancaster visiting Philadelphia are invited te call and inspect this very uiagnillcant stock and note the advant ages we are giving in price. TO THOSE w he cannot visit us this season we will Iks happy teend by express or by pri vate messenger, such stones as they may w ish te examine. DIRECT IMPORTERS PEECIOUS STONES. BAILEY, BANKS, BIDDLE, 12th & Chestnut Streets, PHILADELPHIA. aiirSOeedM.WAF -JUJ.-jBri VKY G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 April 1881

1 jlfcWJL- LANCASTER DAILY iKIEUENCEft, WEDNESDAY, APKIL27, 1881. 5V S--i- 5Lncastcr intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVXM'O, AHtlb 37, 1881. The Time te Parity. The New Yerk Times, new that the election is ever, is trying te give its party a geed washing preparatory te its next struggle. TheZtnies seems te be lieve that cleanliness is a geed thing for a party and that it is doing a valuable office te its own by attempting its purifi cation. That may be considered doubtful in view of the fact that the Republicans have certainly carried at least the last two presidential elections corruptly. The very corruption in the postmaster general's office, which the Times is new industriously exposing and denouncing, was used te procure the means of carry ing the Indiana election. Ex-Senater Dersey,the secretary of the national com cem com mittee.whe was given during the winter a dinner in New Yerk, 'attended by all the prominent Republican politicians, en account of his valuable services in carry ing...

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. — 27 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1881 COLUMBIA NEWS. OU KKLCCLAUCOKKMPONDKNCK. Mr. Hendersen, of Reed & Hendersen, Lancaster, was in town today. Mrs. William B. Given leaves te-day en a visit te Baltimore aud Washington. A Mirpnse party of about twelve or fif teen persons called upon Mrs. Benjamin Dean last evening at her residence en Seuth Third street near Cherry, and had a very pleasant time. Mrs. Dean is one of the eldest residents of Columbia and her guests were all old Columbians. The next opera house engagement is for to-mei row evening, wheu " Uncle Tem's Cabin " will be presented. Mrs. McCoy, wife of Rev. Jehn McCoy, of this place, received a telegram yesterday Announcing the drowning of her brother (Greve by name) ac Baltimore and the failure te recover his body up te tha'. time. A congregational meeting of St. Jehn's English Lutheran church will be held this evening in Sli tiler's hall en Leeust street above tliiid. William Fraim, a former resident o...

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. — 27 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY lTEUJGENCEfR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1881. Hanraster ntelligeicer. WEDNESDAY KVKN O, APBH. 27, 188L ( A LEAP IN THE DARK." A MAD ACT. The cllfls that rear their haughty bead High o'er the river's darkseme ben. Were liere aU naked, wild and gray. There waving all with greenwood spray; Here, trees Iren, every crevice grew. And o'er tbe crags their branche threw. And there, all splintered and uneven, The shivered reeks ascend te heaven. It was a clear, bright night, in the depths of a mountain wilderness. There was a long, deep, narrow valley, running north and south, for many miles, ilauked east and wc6t by towering moun tains. The range en the east waB called Cata mount Cliffs, ttiat en the west, Panther Peak. Deep down in the bottom of the valley rau a low and narrow river called the Umbra. On this night net a sound disturbed the awful solitude of the wilderness : net a living creature appeared in sight. Human lire seemed far away. Yet had there been light enough, a hu...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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