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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 April 1881

(K)je ftanfagle fttMlittfjef Velime XYII-Ne. 204. LANCASTER, PA., THUBSDAY, APRIL 28. 1881. Price Tw Cratg. DMT QOODB. STKIVH BROS.' ADTbATUEsENI'. GRAND SPRING OPENING ear WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, APRIL 27th & 28th, AT LANCASTER BAZAAR, 18 EAST KING STREET. Elegant Display et TffTT.T.TNERY GOODS. FINE TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS. Flowers, Feathers, Silks, UIItltOKSTxAC'ES AND OTHERS. ASTRIOHBRO'S. rpUE CKKAT ATTK ACTION OF THIS CITY NOW IS IitwW & Haulm's NEW CHEAP STORE, Ne. 43 WEST KING STREET, Itctwcen the Cooper Heuse and Serrel nerae Hetel, (ADLEU'S OLD STAND). Our Black & Colored Silks have created quite a bciihaUcni among the ladles, anil are selling rapidly. The have fre quently been compared with samples from New erk anil Philadelphia and beat them every time. In BLACK CASHMERES we are belling the Greatest Bargains ever otter etter ed direct from Importer's Auction Sales at much less th:in regular priced Jeuvin'sSplendid Quality Mack and Colored Three Itutten Kid U...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 April 1881

'Oi.V LANCASTER i)An.Y 1NTELL1GEN(JEI, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1881. iUncastcr intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1881. Killiigsley's Bill. Werd comes from Harrisburg that the gang of Republican ringsters who make up the majority of the legislative appor tionment committee have justified all the purposes of their appointment by a speaker who stands clearly disclosed as ttie serviceable tool of the roosters. They have fixed up a districting of the state for members of the Assembly in which the rural changes are net se impor tant nor significant politically, the party gains and losses apparently balancings but in Philadelphia and Pitts burgh the districts are arranged se as te come as near as possible te the election of solid Republican delegations. Last year Allegheny county cast 22,096 Democratic votes te 35,539 Republican, and yet in seven districts with sixteen members the new apportionment is such a gerrymander as te give these twenty two thousand Democratic voters net a sing...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENCERTimRSDAYj APRIL 28. 1881 !Tl ANOTHER BOBBERY. Watch, 3Ieney and Stamps Stelen. Last night a thief entered the sleeping apartment of A. F. Hersli, who runs the mill for D. B. Landis at Fertility, en the Strasburg turnpike three miles east of Lancaster, and securing Mr. Hersb's keys went te the mill, opened it, unlocked the desk and took therefrem a geld hunting case watch and $15 or $17 belonging te Mr. Hersb, and ever $G2 belonging te Mr. Landis. lie also cebbed the posteffice of a number of stamps, stamped envelopes ana about 2U cents in money. Theie seems te be no doubt that the thief is a man named Geerge Rudelph, who for some weeks past has been in the employ of Jehn T. Zercher, the postmaster, who farms Mr. Landis's farm, and with whom Mr. Ilersh beards. Rudelph was seen at 1 o'clock this morning en the Philadelphia pike near Landis1 s weeds making his way tewaids Lancaster, and has net since been heard from. It is supposed he purchased a railroad ti...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 April 1881

jmfijfiymKU iwwrmwM LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCEK, THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 18S1. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY SVKNINa, APRIL 98, 1881. Farm awl Gartei. Loek te Last Tear's Grafts. Germantown Telegraph. New is the time te examine the grafts set last year. In many cases it will be found that the stocks, by the growing of the grafts, have split open, exposing- the inner weed, and admitting air and water. This should at once be tied tightly with strong twine, and surrounded with fresh wax, removing any hard substance that may have get into the split. This will frequently repair the mischief, otherwise the work will always be an eyesore and the parts never become firmly attached and make a geed connection, and of course a perfect union. Frequently double the number of scions are set the stock will well sustain. These should be carefully gene ever and the ex. cess removed. Unless the stock is stout say from three te six inches in diameter net mere than two grafts should be left, and they...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 April 1881

Wz mutKM Volume XVII-Ne. 205 LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1881 Prk Tw Cents. VI.OTB.UtU. B USINE8S SUITS. B U81NKSS SUITS. Lancaster I-mdliflcncer. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29. 1881. STAR ROUTE SWINDLES. BUSINESS SUITS- We liave somewhere in the region of one hundred styles of business suits new ready te put en. A list of thcin would be the dullest of read ing ; and yet we want you te knew substantially what they are iike. The lowest price is $8.50, and the highest is $20. They are all of wool. $8.50 is very little te get all-wool cloths, sponging, cutting, trim ming, making, watching, handling, rent, book-keeping, advertising and selling, out of ; but we manage te de it by dividing the costs among se many of you that ene 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 come and see new as later. Sceing is better than reading. THE COUNTRY FCU GF THEJI. :e:- WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HAL...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1881. lncastet intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, APBH, 30. 1881. Tke Thieves' QuarreL The present assault upon the star route thieves by one setf the Republican politicians is a fresh illustration of the fact that when rogues fall out honest men get their just dues. There can be no doubt that Mr. Garfield, who heads the administration, and Mr. Blaine, who steers it, have long known of these frauds ever which they new find It te their ad vantage te raise their hands in holy hor ror. They have tee long been be hind the scenes of their party manage ment net te knew that it has received great advantage from the money that has thus been unlawfully taken from the treasury. The public was made clearly acquainted with the character of these star route frauds by the full investiga tion of them made by Congress several years age, after they had been exposed by Gibsen in the New Yerk Sun. The second assistant postmaster general made the same bold d...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLl(iJjH;.g4E APRIL 29-1881 OIUTUABY. neatn r Miss Kiieu Maeee. Miss Ellen Macc, the housekeeper at St. Mary's parseuajje, this city, died yester day after :i somewhat prolonged illness from typhoid pneumonia. Miss Magee was born in Reading, reared in Cuanibers burz, lived for years in Harrisburg aud Philadelphia, aud was for nearly two years past housekeeper at St. Mary's. She was intelligent, conscientious, gentle and peculiarly lifted for her place. Strong ly inclined te religious work, she had de voted her Iiest years te the service of the church. Motherless children found in her a metliciiy guide, and the sick and afflicted found in her an in telligent and indefatigable friend and attendant. Her funeral services will be held at, St. Mary's at 9 J o'clock te morrow morning, alter which the remains will be removed en the Paciflc express tePhiladel phia, where the interment will take place en Monday next the final funeral services te be held at St. Philip dc Xa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKTfiLIJGENCEK, FRIDAY, APRTL 29. 1881. iUwastn fnteiKgencer. FRIDAY HVENINQ, AFBIL 29, lMb THE ISLES OF LONG AGO. O lovely irtca se far away In life's vast, Burning sea, round their slope the sunbeams play Their silent melody. Abee their heights the changing skies Their lights and shadows threw. As they agafri before me 1 Ise The Isle of Leng Age. O lovely Sales, forever fair, And clothed with creen they stand ; Xe change or death can enter there, In that fair summer land. Where happy birds, In shady bowers, Sing with the broeklet's flew, And myrtles deck, and fadeless flowers. The Isles of Leng Age. I've sailed out en the sea of life, Tar from their pearly strand. Yet often thre ugh the din and stiltu I see that summer land. The ocean surging round it there With ceaseless ebb and flew ; be grand and pure and deathless fair The Isles of Leng Age. Time, while life's mighty tide moves en, Stands ever at the helm, Te guide o'er quicksands and through storm Safe te a hi...

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. — 30 April 1881

t$m0& ttMliM a I) "JSWlTPPSpy-TwrBMriif ry' ph j Volume XVIINe. 206. CLOTHIKO. rp.ILORlNG AND OENTS' FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS' FURNISHER, Ne. 44 West Kins Street. Having remove! opposite from my old stand te the room occupied ter many years by tlie Lancaster Fire Inauinnce Company, I am new prepared te show my customers and the public a line of goods for the SPRING TRADE, which for quality, style and price are equal te any in the eily. A full Hid: of Gents' Furnishing Goods al ways en hand. All goods warmnted a represented and prices us Ien- as the lowest. nprW-luid42mw .JOHN FALCK. VEW CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (llehraaiin's Old Stand), Next doeor te Flinn & Willson's Stere, is pre puiwl te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing t)f every variety constantly en hand and for sale at I cmarkably low prices. fapr25-lmd&...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 April 1881

a lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY STONING. AFBXL 80, 188L A Remarkable Bepsrt. The committee which has been se long laboring ever the attorney general's opinion en the salary question has made its report te the Heuse and received the thanks and nearly unanimous approval of the members for its conclusions; which ought net perhaps te be surpris ing, seeing that the report declares that the attorney general was all wrong in his law, and that it wasa very mean and unworthy thing in him te step the tn-ewth of the members' salary after the hundred days. Legislators are hu man, and they are net generally supposed te be an extraordinarily virtuous and unselfish type of humanity ; se that they could hardly have been expected net te be gratified at the declaration of their committee that they had a solid right te all the money they had voted themselves. But it does seem odd te see the members se unanimous. It is a state which is en tirely new te them. "All the session through they have exhi...

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 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER,. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1881 COLUMBIA NEWS. UUB REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE . The raft channel, near the ''Black Beck " at Turkey Hill, is still closed by the rock which is spoken of in auether articic, and as a consequence of this a de tention te running has neeessarily oc curred. This morning's market is said te have bren very geed. The employees of the Susquehanna roll ing mill were paid a off this morning for two weeks' work. The Ladies' aid society of the E. E. Lutheran church gave a sociable in the church lecture room last evening, which was much of a success. The attendance was large and a geed bit of money was taken in. Rev. A. II. Leng, of Marietta, will preach special sermons in the Church of Ged te-morrow morning and evening. A new express wagon for the B. & O., D. L. & W., and P. & R. railroad compa nies has just been put in service in Colum bia. The pocket book ceutaiuing $17, of which we spoke yesterday as being lest, belonged te J. I...

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. — 30 April 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1NTLTJGENCE!K, S.xTUttDAY, APRIL 30. 1881. laneuefcet fntenigetusr. 8ATUBDAYBVNINa, APRIL 30, 1S81. BamMes at the Heme ef Barbara Frietchie. BY REV. A. .T. WEDDELL. Norrlstewn Register. Among the ballads of the war, none per. baps, are mere widely known than Tf bit tiers " Barbara FritcJiie," It is a simple story, told in a plain way, but its deep pathos, its glowing patriot ism, and generous sentiments towards a fallen fee. have made it universally popu lar. Whittier has- conferred poetic im mortality upon the old town of Frederick, and made the home of Barbara Fritcbie, whether reality, or a myth, a pilgrim's shrine of patriotism for future genera tions. His description of the scene of bis story is se graphic and true te nature, that strangers cannot fail te recognize it. Feeling the need of rest and recreation, I left Xorri&tewn, te spend a few days among friends and relatives in Maryland, and te revisit tbe scenes of my childhood aud early life in Frederick a...

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. — 2 May 1881

ek fnklligettM Volume XVII Ne. 207 LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, MAI 2. 1881 cx.ei.nnia. Plriee Tw Cnta. TAILORING AND UENTS FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS' FURNISHER, Ne. 44 "West King Street. Having removed opposite from my old stand te the room occupied ler uiuny years by tlie Lancaster F,ire Insurance Company, I am new prepared te allow my customers and the puuuc a line or goods ter the SPRING TRADE, which for quality, style and mice are equal te any in the city. A full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods al ways en hand. . All goods warranted as represented and prices as low as the lowest. aprK lmd&2mw JOHN FALCK. VLOTHINO. TUSINE8S SUITS. B U31NKSS SUITS. BUSINESS SUITS fLanrastci ltttrUiaci.cn:. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 181. Premium en Murder. TMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Tc-day we open a lull line or Spring and Sirmincr Goods for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed In Ibis cityerany beuse in the country ler quality, style and high toned character. We claim super...

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

t- " i "i;1-.-- . . lncatet intelligence?. MONDAY KVBOTNQ, MAY 3, 1S8L At By. All these big star route thieves are in nocent as lambs. Mr. Brady says he never did a naughty thing in all his ad ministration, and if any money was mis spent, it was the wicked congressmen who were at fault for deceiving him as te the necessity (rf it. And Mr. Brady says he wants an investigation which he is sure will show him te be a much in jured man. Mr. Dersey comes along also this morning with his denial and his demand for an inquiry. Mr. Dersey is another innocent man. Although he and Brady have been coupled together in the public estimation as a brace of very black sheep, it seems te be quite a mis take, if we believe them. But somehow it generally se happens with these who are accused, and the wickeder they are the stronger is their assertion of inno cence. Our jails would be uninhabited if we should credit every criminal's story. It is sad, but it is true, that the man who violates the law will ...

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 May 1881

-r- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY MAY I88i COLUMBIA NEWS. UUK VKCULAB CORRESPONDENCE.- Rev. A. Lenjr, of Marietta, officiated yesterday morning and evening in the Cliurcu ofGed. Tiie following is the report of the dis patcher at this place, of the movement of tans ever the Pennsylvania railroad, at Columbia, for the month of April : LOADED. East 32,983 Weht 12,520 EMPTY. 1,430 22,002 TOTAL. 34,419 34,528 Total 43,509 23,438 68,947 Ilev. J. T. Judd.ef Harrisburg, preached for the new Baptist congregation yester day morning and evening in Vigilant hall. Rev. It. G.Gtendcuiug, of the Gettysburg theological seminary, preached yesterday morning and evening in the . . Luth eran church. A number of the representatives of the medical profession will leave here this after noon for Richmond, Va. Will give names and particulars te-morrow. Anether raft wreck occurred at Turkey Hill yesterday. Te particularize would lie merely te re-wiite our article iu Satur day's Intelligencer en the w...

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 May 1881

"?! LANCASTER DAILY lOTElilGENtfER, MONDAY, MAY 2. 1881. -.1- iUncastct fnteftiflencct. MONDAY BVBNCTO, MAY 2, 1S81. Leaf Tebtcce. Tba New Yerk Market. Uuitea States Tobacco JeurnaL Fourteen hundred cases of '80 New Yerk state, 300 cases of '80 Pennsylvania, and 200 cases of '80 Connecticut seconds, are reported sold by one firm. The state and Pennsylvania were bought by a prominent manufacturer, while the purchaser of the Connecticut seconds was a jobber. Te none of these sales should any importance be attached. They were forced sales, as far as we are informed, te close out the packings of '80 tobaccos .of the firm pre vious te the retirement from business of one of its members and his departure te Europe. Neither are these sales indica tive of extraordinary qualities in the '80 Mate, Pennsylvania or Connecticut. Fer offerings of this kind and in this shape buyers can always be found, especially when the prices arc low enough. 1 hat the prices were low we are assured by one wne kn...

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. — 3 May 1881

(Hjje mifak fttMmM irt rs Volume XTU-Ne. 208 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAY 3. 1881 Price Twe Ceiti. CLOIHLNG. rpAILOKlNC AMD uENTS' FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS' FURNISHER, Ne. 44 West King Street. Having removed opposite from my old stand te the room occupied ler many years by the Lancaster Fire Insuianee Company, I am new prepared te show my customers ami the public aline of goods for the SPRING TRADE, which for quality, style and price are equal te any in the city. A full line or Gents1 Furnishing Goods al ways en band. Ail goods warranted as represented and prices at low as the lowest. api81md2mw JOHN FALCK. VTEW CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Heumann's Old Stand), Next iloeor te Fltnn ft Willson's Stere, is pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing efevcry variety constantly en hand and for sale at i (tmarkahly low piicc3...

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. — 3 May 1881

LANCASTER DAIIA INTELUGEKCEft, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1881. Hancastet intelligencer. TUESDAY STONING, MAY 3, 1ML Uarf el and CmUI The indications are that the adminis tration and Cenklingwill have an early opportunity te engage in the hand-te-hand conflict for which events have been preparing for several weeks. Thanks te the patriotism and the pluck of the Democratic senators the consideration of the business for which the Senate was called together Is te be no longer put off te aid the elevation of a politi cal adventurer, and the upbuilding of a repudiation party in Virginia. There never was a mere indefensible cause, nor one upheld by a mere corrupt coalition, than that of the Republicans and Mahone for Gerham and Riddleber ger. Against it the Democrats made a brave and a patriotic stand. Our repre sentatives have made such a stand be fore, but they have net always se well maintained it as this time; and the position te which Gar field and the administration senators have new come is an...

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. — 3 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY A A 3. 1881 Prof. B. 6. Ames, the incumbent, being the only nominee, was unanimously re elected. The convention then adjourned nine die. Professer Ames was first elected te bis position in 1875, te succeed Mr. Palm. He has proved himself te be an able and faith ful executive, and with each succeeding term has been continued in his office. His annual reports show that although the schools are in an excellent condition, they are improving with each recurring year. LITTLE LOCALS. Here and Tbere and Everywhere. Last evening the Friendship fire com pany held a ball in the engine beuse. It was largely attended. Everything passed off nicely and it was a financial success. Last evening Nathaniel Pickel, aged 61 years, while at work en a new stable which is being erected by 3Irs. McGrann en the Harrisburg pike near Prince street, fell from the reef. He broke his leit thigh an-J was taken te his home en Jehn street, where he was attended by Drs.Westhaefl...

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. — 3 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILT INTEIXIGENCEK, TUiSSDAY, MAY 3. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVKNINO, 1AY 3, 1881. Jim Henilersea's L'xplelts. A Maytcwn Operator la Postal f raatfa. X. Y. Times Washington Correspondence. A fair idea of the scope of the weric done by the Brady ring, through the agency of the "Ce-operative Mail and Passenger Transportation Company," will be obtain' ed from the story of a transaction in which the swindlers were foiled in the state of Xcw Jersey, and for which one of the company was fined in a court of justice in Newark no longer age than last week. It has already been explained in these dis patches that one of the main sources of revenue te this country is derived from the contracts which it holds for railway messenger routes, or conveying the mails from the railroad depots te the posteffices in towns and cities. Of the seven hundred and two contracts which it new advertises as under its control, the majority are for routes of this kind, and en each one it m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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