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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1881

Qe bmate Volume XYIINe. 209. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAI 4. 1881. PrifO Twe Cnte. CLOlItlXU. TAILORlHG AMD uENTS' FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS' FURNISHER, Ne. 44 West Kins Street. Having remove! opposite from my old 8 1 ami te the room occupied ter many years by the Kin caster Fin; Insuiance Company, I am new prepare I te show my customers ami the public u line or goods for tue SPRING TRADE, which for quality, style ami price are equal te any in the city. A full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods al waytt en hand. All goods warranted as represented and prices as low as the iQwest. - apr81mdA2iuw JOHN FALCK. TW"KW CLOTIIIXtt HTORE. GHAS. A. HOHMANN (Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehuiaiiu's Old Stand), Naxt doeor te Fllnn A Wlllsen's Stere, 1m pre eared te make Clothing te Order at Short jseiicc anil en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Madc Clothing et every variety constantly en hand and for sale at ramarkably low pi ic...

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. — 4 May 1881

ILancasfct ntelitgencet. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAT 4, 1881. West Virginia's Debt. Virginia, ex Senater Davis, of West plains te the country why Lis state does net pay the portion "of the ante-bellum debt of the old state which the present state of Virginia assigned te it when the cruel war was ever ; but it is an old tale. The new state thinks that the share as signed it is tee large ; and is quite content under this excuse net te offer te pay anything. One little fact destroys all the value of Senater Davis's vindication of bis state : and that is that there is net much room te complain of the bur then which has been thrown upon them while the repudiated bends are offered for sale at one-fifth of their face, and until lately could have been bought at about one-twelfth of the face. One-third of the whole debt was left te West Virginia te provide for. Senater Davis declares that this was an undue proportion, because, though she took one-third of the territory of the old state, she had w...

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. — 4 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, WEDNESDAY MAY 4, 188i COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK KKGULAK COKKK3FONDENC1S. Uuitcd States Censul Fygelmesej, wife, child aud nurse, and Miss Fannie tf aide man left here yesterday for Dcmarara, where Cel. F. is stationed. Hie Bosten Ideal musical company ar rived here at one o'clock te-day. They apjjear in the opera house this evening. Mr. Harry Fisher left here te-day en a visit te Philadelphia and New Yerk. Mr. Frank Ziegler, clerk in F. A. Ben nett's drygoeds store, who- has been, se verely ill for the past month, put in an appearance at the store yesterday after after neon. A. pregramme of exercise consisting of vocal music, answering of referred ques tions, conundrums, etc., has becu prepared for the meeting te-morrow evening, at the residence of Mr! Geerge Hains, en Lecust: street, below Sixth, of the Yeung People's social and working association of St. Jehn's English Lutheran church. By order of Chief Engineer Jehn Shen bcrgcr. of the fire department, the...

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. — 4 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILI 1K1JSIJJGENCKK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4. 1881. incaster hitilliattuxt. WEDNESDAY XVXMIHO, HAY 4. 1M1. Slluagslev's Bill.. Democratic Senatorial District Wiped Out. Pittsburgh Pett Marrisburg Correspondence. But let us leek a little into the details of this infamous assault upon the right of representation. The manner of grouping etieng Democratic counties into senatorial districts and earring Republican districts out of Democratic counties, shows the master hand of an artist and displays -the ready invention the abundant resources and unparalled audacity of the Cameren coterie. By the apportionment of 1870 Lehigh and Northampton each compose a district, while Menree, Pike and Carben constituted a third, all strongly Demo cratic and represented in the present sen ate by Holben, Beidlemau and Craig, re spectively. Lehigh has a population, ac cording te the census of 1880, of 05,969, Northampton of 70,116 and Menree, Carben and Pike, of 61,758 in the aggregate, and yet in defi...

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. — 5 May 1881

Sk A r Telune XVII N 210 LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MAI 5. 1881. Plrice Tv Unx CAMPBTB. SABBAT BA4RGAIMS 1M CARl15rS. I claim te Have thi Lanrest and Finest claim te Have tin Largest am QUICK VI CARPETS In this City. Brussels and Tapestry CARPETS Three-ply, fc'.xtra Super, Super, All Weel, Halt Weel antf Part Weel Ingrains : from the best te tbe ctieapest-as low a 25c. per yard. All the FINEST AND CHOICE PATTEBNS that ever can be seen In tills city. 1 also hare a .Large and Fine Stock et my own make Chain and Bag Carpets, AS LOW AS 35c 1'KB YABD. Alse MAKE CARPKTS TO ORDER at short notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. 0g-Xe trouble te show goods If you de net wish te purchase. I earnestly solicit a call. H. S. SHIRK, 203 WEST KING 8TBBBT, LANCASTER PA. HARPISTS, AC. NEW CARPETS. 40.000 YARDS. Sew DesIgBR, Ben:' ly Celerei. .85 cents. jitis. 90 cents. .eent. 91.00. 73 cents. $1.00. INC RAINS TAPESTL. i BRUhBELS WILTON AND MOQUETTKS, OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, L1UNUMS. 75 (90 cents. 91.10. cent...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1881

m: Lancaster fnteUtenfe b THURSDAY BVXNINO, MAY , W81. Hard te Tell. It is really getting te be difficult for a stranger te it te tell tbat he is reading a Republican' newspaper. But a few months since its politics rare obvious enough ; it had then no aim in the world but te elect Garfield and no, de light se great as te expatiate, aften tM deed was done, upon the virtue of' the Republican party and the great gleryit was te continue te shed upon the coun try. The Republican press is net se unani mous new. Its tunes are discordant. The organs de' ue. blewLsweetly-ind in unison. They arc net alone occupied in denouncing' the Democracy. In truth we get but a small share of their atten tien, and come in for mere ha'pence 'than kicks, ani, mere smiles than frowns. The house -it divided againatj itself, and Uwpwarring factions evenloek te trio common' ekesuy for aid and comferU TheXewfrk ZVt&une, which has been conspicuous of . 4- late years for the exceeding blackness of its Republic...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1881

THE MEDICAL SOCIETY. Its Monthly Meeting; Yes'erday.. The Hay meeting of the Lancaster county medical .society was held-yesterday. Tlic following named members were pre- -nt : Dire. Albright, Alexander, Beilcr, ., -;hs, Black, Blackwood, Brabaker, liv 'arpenter, Uompten, Charles, M. L. Davist, HDavis. Deaver, Ehler, B. F. Herr, Hertz, Kaj.Keniiiir, Kehler, Liv ingston, Ltghtner, Muhlenberg, F M. Muhser, Miller, McOaa, Roebuck, Reera snyder, ShaeSer, Stehman, A. A. Smith, Trabert, Weute, Welcbans, "VVeseman, J. L. Ziejjler. ihe principal business transacted was the devising of ways and means te extend a proper entertainment te the medical so ciety of the state of Pennsylvania, the thirty second annual session of which will be held in Fulton opera house, this city, en the 11th, 12th and 13th of this month. Dr. Ringwalt was elected a mem ber of the society and several ether physi cians were proposed for membership. Ne essays or ether papers weie read, no reports of cases were made, nor...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1881

ii i hum A mi CMgtMwaifraeycBWa wegsgjiaaciaattaewtgaaanwa LANCASTER PAJXt IjjtEIJJGrEyCEB, ;JBRS)rMAJ,5, 1881. - ' Hanraster Imiclliiencn;. THURSDAY VKIN. MAT 0. MM. Famer sad Gardener. Maur Tilings et Value ad Interest te Mln Te Mr Prospect. Gcrmantewn Telegraph. It is rather seen te form an opinion as te the prospect of ome of our standard fruits, but se far as the fruit buds ofthe pear are concerned, we never remember a spring when the indications of an abund ant crop were se favorable. There is scarcely a tree upon our premises which is net literally covered, with buds, some new having them for the first time in twenty five years. It may be asked if these trees have produced no fruit in all that time. and the answer is, net a single specimen, and adding they arc dwarfs tee. Grew the. Hollyhocks. It is pleasant te see that the old-fashioned hollyhock, improved, is gaining favor in many gardens. We had a row of them last season that were really grand, and attracted a great deal o...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 May 1881

w,a ,"v(i'.i .m ylJlK" f-' '-H ' A Wit Vnw - N -r.v1 ii l iiilMllll ilhi - -y- 7 -j.- -w "-,.- - - - v S. U'H- -iemnh' felwe XYII-Ne, 211. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MAI 6. 1881 Frk Tww t. VKbrB bhWV jbEbV iwbV beset csheX .. ,g"y 0bb -B.BH.sHEr .sBnznBZnBZnBZnVB3K!KBZe HZnBZnBZnBZEn a"Vbm H jbrW yss bes k. H . jieV , -.seWx , .bhV H sntW .sheeT ."AM. "bErr wF M.KkXggmMMmm - czetwjtb. B UUNE8S SUITS. BUSINESS SUITS- We hare somewhere in the region of one hundred styles of business suits new ready te put en. A list of them would be the dullest of read ing ; and yet we want you te knew substantially what they are like. The lowest price is 98.50, 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 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 -and work, and v...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 May 1881

LANCASTEKSDAILI lxNXELLlGEJSCEK, FKIDAY, MAY 6, 1881. I "?- m jUncusier $nHb$mt&. FRIDAY BVBNIltO, MAY 0, !. Tfce President's Crane. The president's prompt acceptance of the fight which Conkling has offered him seems te bOaken sb a call of Re publican politicians te declare " under i.st. i.: 1).nn;.n 'J and the larerft I wuf1rrslrrirr7r:TScetfs assurance that a certain measure majority 01 mem ihcuud w uauw w;uv Dresident's music. Even the Philadel phia jpbieliry,? beea-nccepted a a c6rfdig:onef th!16"5 takes dectaea greuna en tub siue ui ixar field, though with a mildness of Ian guage which shows tbatj t regrets te part company with Its old love. It says with truth that the fight has been tnrfpf ntvm tfin' nrfifiiil Anfc hir ttahlrlfnc. and that be OTuld net de otherwise than take up the gage of battle se offensively and persistently offered him. This will be the ordinary view taken of the matter and Garfield .will be held in increased estima tion f r fre.'exhjbiidn of spirit-wT...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 May 1881

id I iANCkSTEil I)llLiiNTEIGJrERfi)JSlA-Y6r 1881' .-tt-'r OBITUARV. Death or Mrs. B. irltzpatrlek. ' Mre. Bridget Fitzpatrick, widow of the late Hugh Fitzpatrick and eldest daugh ter of the late Richard McGrann, died at her residence, Xe. 330 East Orange street, between 5 and 6 o'clock this morning, aged G3 years. Mrs. Fitzpatrick had for seme time past suffered with heart disease, but it was net until about two weeks age that her illness assumed a dangerous form. Grewing rapidly worse, she died as above stated. The deceased was born, we believe, in Ireland, bat her parents emigrated te this country during her infancy. In 1838 she was married te Hugh Fitzpatrick, and for some years resided en the property known as " old Hardwicke," east of the city and -opposite the site of the present estate of that name. Subsequently, however, she moved te this city and for a period of mere than twenty years has resided at Ne. 330 East Orange street. Her husband died about thirty years age. Mrs. F...

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 May 1881

aactettiw-tfj1 LANCiiSTfeR DATLIl ikeajilMGICER, FRIDAY, MAY 6 1881 jcvvzcax. i mmti.Wwii'r iUiicastcr (nfe&igtncer. FRIDAY BVHHINO, MAY 0, MW. atEzacu Agricultural Topics. Timely Treated By Geed AutUerlty. A. D. Hepkins write te the Cough Gentleman from Jacluen county, W. Y., about a cheap barn which he has built and which answers his purposes as well as a much mere expensive structure : "The size of the building is 26 by 100 feet. The franre is made of poles from 3 te 8 inches in diameter, the pests are i ieet long, and stand en sills about a feet from the jrreund, the sills resting en laige Rtenes. It is bearded up at each end and seven feet en each side, seven feet above being left open for convenience in filling with hay. It shelters 140 sheets, 10 cows, and 40 tens of hay, and was built by myself and three common farm hands at a cost of 8100. I have used this bnilding two winters, and expect it te last mere, and pay for itself about five time in saving feed, &c. I de n...

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. — 7 May 1881

telanfE; . Httffejf. Volume XVlI-Ne. 212. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1881 Ptiee Tw Ceats. tt cloihute. pAILORlNG AMD UBNTS FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS, FURNISHER, Ne. 44 "West Kin? Street. Having removed opposite from my old stand te tbe room occupied ter many years by tbe Lancaster Fire Insurance Company, I am new prepared te show my customers and tne public a line of goods for tbe SPRING TRADE, which for quality, style and price are equal te any in the city. . A full line of Genu Furnishing Goods al ways en band. Ail goods warranted as represented ana prices as low as tbe lowest. aprti-lmdftSmw JOHN FALCK. N EV CLOTHING STORE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN f Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 164 North Queen St., (Uebmaun'a Old Stand), Next doeor te Flinn A Wlllsen's Stere, Is pre pared te maKe Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing erevcry variety constantly en band and for sale at remarkably low pric...

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. — 7 May 1881

V LANCASTER DAILY iMELIJGENCfiK, SATURDAY, MAX 7, 18S1. ' iUncastet intelligencer. -v SATURDAY BVBlflNG, MAT 7, U8L Wrecks. The brethren Griest and Geist de net dwell together In unity. We have com mented upon the Bad disturbances that thnut themselves upon the public notice in thejnteraal affairs of the Republican party. It is really alarming te see se much heat exhibited in this balmy spring weather; what will it come te in the summer solstice? At the present rate of increase there won't be a grease spot left tf the party. Combustion at a white heat will consume every mother's son of the politicians ; and a party without peliti. elans is no party. We will have te sup ply the Republican rank and file with a fresh let of trees of Democratic growth. We can spare them. It won't de our garden any harm te weed out the crook ed sticks and give them te our bereaved neighbors. The brothers Griest and Geist are both excellent men in their ways when you can find out their ways their geed one...

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 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY OTTELLl(iEXCEEJSAiimfiXTi.MAY 7- 1881 Hi m- nr, 71 -t COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK UKGULAK COBKKgPONDEXCB. Dr. Cottrell returned em the 1 .o'clock train yesterday from his trip toBichmend, Va. The Colombia social dab took in a new member last evening. Evan Jenes, lateeftbe Shawnee rolling mill, was yesterday afternoon presented witb a'hanaseme geld-beaded cane by the employees. The cane was appropriately inscribed. Mr. Jenes gees te Allentown. Prof. B. G. Ames, superintendent of the Columbia public schools, was at Harris buag yesterday afternoon in attendance at a re-union or convention of school super intendents. Mr. C. S, Sbadd delivered his lecture in Mount Zieu A.. M. E. church in "Dis ease and its Origin," te a net very large audience. Rev. J. H. Esterlinc, the pastor, will preach te-morrow morning and evening in the Church of Ged. .Under the supervision of the fire com mittee of councils, the three engines of the fire department of Columbia will have their machinery trie...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 7 May 1881

5TP LANCASTER DlILI IKTELUGENCEli, SATURDAY,. MAI 7. 1881 -U. i n lUuraafer hxtittwnwc. SATURDAY BTBHIMK MAY 7. 1M1. Tke TtbMccTrade. Bew It la Increasing la Um W Braaeh Valley. Willlkmspert Gazette and Bulletin. Comparatively few persons axe aware of the valne of the tobacco crop in the West Branch Valley for 1880, and the statistics that have been gathered regarding itwiU be a source of surprise even te tobacco growers themselves. Fer years the crow crew ing of tobacco en the rich alluvial lands about Jersey Shere, the flats of Pine creek and the vicinity of Fine station, has been steadily increasing, until the crop has come te be regarded as one of the staple productions. It required some tirae for these engaged in its cultivation te learn the best methods of raising and curing the crop, and new that they have acquired that information by years of ex perience, they rarely fail in making geed crop aud obtaining geed prices. Almest any one can grew tobacco, but comnara cemnara tive...

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. — 9 May 1881

'je lanapfi -itr T T Velame XVII Ne. 213. LANCASTER, PA MONDAY, MAI 9. 1881 Price Twe Out. (ill ";'?r'fvr"-tJv L- r czeiuma. fAILOBING AMD UENTS' FUBNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT TAILOR AND GENTS, FURNISHER, Ne. 44 West King Street. Having removed opposite from xny .old stand te the room occupied ler many years by the Lancaster Fire Insurance Company, 1 am new prepared te show my customers and the public a line of goods for the SPRING TRADE, w lilch for quality, style and price arc equal te any in tbe city. A full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods al ways en hand. All goods warranted as represented and prices as low as the lowest. aprS-lmd2inw JOHN FALCK. VEff CLOTIIING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Ilehmann's Old Stand), Next doeor te Flinn A 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 et every variety constantly en hand and for sale at ...

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 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, MONDAY, MAY 9, 1881. Etnrastrr intellcfencer. MONDAY BVENIN0, lC4TO,lt8L The Jfrariaatlea ef Hucnk. Senater Wallace denies that there was any fund raised from the " Star route" conspirators te promote General Han cock's nomination at Cincinnati, and says that his interests there were under the conduct-in-chief of General William B. Franklin, and that only a few hum dred dollars for the small necessary ex penses of keeping up a head-quarters were expended in General Han cock's interest. These statements of Senater Wallace are quite notoriously true, and we knew of no foundation for any assertion that the star route or any ether ring promoted General Hancock's success at Cincinnati. It was a "sponta neous movement made quite independ ently of rings or politicians' influence ; even mere than Senater Wallace admits. He says that the action of the Pennsylvania state conven tion in the selection of delegates was loudly trumpeted as a defeat of General Hancoc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENtfERrMONDAY MAY 9, 188U 4 THE LEAIf. The Lecal Tobacco Market. On our first page trill be found the New Yerk and Philadelphia tobacco markets and some trade notes. Following are a few of many recent local sales : 17m. llama, East Denegal, sold te .Spingarn & Ce. acre at 18, 5 and 3; Henry Bewman, of Providence, G acres te Rescnbaum, at 20, 6 and 3. Geerge Kreider, East Herapheld, te Zeller & Bre., four lets at 1, 3, 5 and 3 ; 14, 5 and 3 ; 14, 5 and 3, and 11, 5and3 ; Abram Greff,Man hcim township, te Fatman 13, 5 and 3 ; II. 8. Hershcy, East Ilempflcld township, te Fatman, 15, 5, 3 ; Abraham Hostet Hestet tcr, Maner township, te Fatman, 8, 3, 2 ; Isaac Stencr, East Ilcmpfield township, te Fatman, seven tens en private terms ; Jlr. Tewuscll. Jiadsbury tewbship, te Shirk, 15, 13, C, 3 ; E. P. JlcClellen and Smith, Chester county, te Shirk, 10, 5, 3 ; Levi Heffinjrcr, Warwick township, te Jehn S. Rehrcr, 8 and 3. Nicholas Esch, Salisbury township, te S...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 May 1881

rTflin"! ff LANCASTER DAILI IKTEIXIGENCEK, MONDAY, MAI 9. 1881. u. MONDAY ITTON , MAT 0, UK. THE nEtME.V8 UNION. Election et Fred Arneld as Cbief Engineer. The city firemen's union met in the hall of the Sunhese company en Saturday even ing, for the purpose of recommending a suitable successor te Mr. Wm J. Fordney, ii Ahiafanniniim- nf f im fire dcnartmcnt. In the absence of the president and vice president, Mr. J. K. Barr, was elected president pre Urn. The following merd bcrs answered te their names at roll call. Sun Jacob Gable, S. B. Cez, Isaac Carpenter, Geerge Anne. Friendship James Fellenbaum, James Flagg, Daniel Trewitz, jr., Sher. Smith. "Washington A. H. Hammend, H. A. Miley, Jes. Cun ningham, Fred. Yeager. American Gee. Kieffer, J. K. Barr. Humane Jehn Flick, Peter Ritchie, Jehn Reehric. Shiftier Harry Smeych, "Wm. J. Ander Ander eon, Jehn E. Zechcr, Wm. Speng, P. S. Geedman. Empire Harry N. Hewell, Thes. C. Wiley. The minutes of the previous mecting were read and apreved...

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