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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 May 1881

ek wtfKM tettiptite wzamn LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAT 10. 1881 Price TwCmU Feluie XYII-Ne. 214 czetMrtra. rrUILOBIMG AND OENTS' FURNISHING. JOHN FALCK, MERCHANT "TAILOR AND GENT3. FURNISHER, Ne. 44 West King Street. Having removed opposite from my old stand te the room occupied ler many ycare by the Lancaster Fire Inburance 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 pi ice arc 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. apr8-lmd&2mw JOHN FALCK. VTKW CLOTHING STORK. CHAS. A. HOHMANN liiaving Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehinann's Old Stand), Nextdoeor te Flinn & Willsen'a Stere, i.s pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing of every variety constantly en hand and for sale ...

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. — 10 May 1881

--'Wj- p ijr(s';"(A, - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1881. Hanrastn: Intelltgencet. TUESDAY BVSMINO, MAY 10, 1881. . Aagry Legislators. We are glad te note that ear assem blymen are sensitive te public criticism. We had much rather they would show anger at being assailed than indifference, even though their excitement leads them very far out of the path of legislative propriety of demeanor. There is hope for men who de net submit calmly te impugnment of the motives of their action; they may be evil, but they are net hardened wretches. We have a geed deal of sympathy for Speaker Hewit and some of bis fellows who vow that they are voting con scientiously though their votes are decidedly against the tenor of public sentiment and are criticised with great freedom and very unfavorably by the press. They are certainly bold men te continue en .their course against this torrent of opposition, and if they are vir tuously inspired te de se they undoubted ly are earninc a mar...

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. — 10 May 1881

LANC1KEER DAILY pmXLIGBNGEk1 TOlSDii1 MAY 10, 1881 COLUMBIA NEWS. OUB KKOCLAK CORRESPONDENCE. flMr. Harry Fisher has returned from his visit te Philadelphia and New Yerk. Mr. Edward G. Mediger, of Baltimore, is visiting in Columbia, the guest of Mr. F. A. Reicliard. Edward B. Black, master of motive power of the Philadelphia division of the Pennsylvania railroad, was in town yester day. Mr. Jehn Ziegler and Miss Kate Smith were united in marriage this morning at Hely Trinity Catholic church by Rev. William Peiper. A little girl fell down an open cellar way this morning at Mr. Frederick Bucb er's store at Fourth and Locust streets, but with the exception of a few cuts and bruises was net injured. Mrs. Geerge Feeel, nee Detwilcr, form erly of Wrigbtsvilie, died last evening at her residence en Locust street above Sec ond. A child aged about one week sur vives her. Miss Mattic Given has returned from a visit of a couple of months te Trenten, N.J. Mr. E. L. Piper, of Williamspeit, is vi...

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. — 10 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY JUWJSLLIGENCER TUESDAY, MAY 10. 188L &arrastrr fcutelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1881. THE ROBINS. They cUoe their nook, the bennle birds, 'Mid tUe crab tree's perfumed snow ; And her three blue eggs the brown hen laid In her warm soft nest 'neath the blossoms' shade ; ' And patient she kept her watch of lore. And patient her mate te feed her strove. But it's eh. and It's oil, for the bonnie birds, Fer a weary wait they had, While tbc hours danced by, 'neath the sweet spring sky. And the thickets rang where the thrushes t-ang. And the fields wure with cowslips clad. They hatched their eggs, the bennle birds, ISy one, by two, by three ; And hour by hour each yellow bill Gupcd wide for the parents' tell te fill ; And the robins, en swift untiring wing, Tended each clamorous nestling. liul it - eh, and it's eh, ler the bonnie birds. Fer a heavy task was theirs. A fiein morn's first light te the fall e! night Still te and lroen their quest they go, Ner ever mi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 May 1881

mt s "Tinr Volume XVH-Ke. 215. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAT 11. 1881 Price Twe CeuK CLOlUIXa, UNDERWEAR, AC. TfTORTH SEEING THE DISPLAX OF NECKWEAK. &U3PEXOKUS AND HANDKERCHIEFS, E. J. ERISMAN'S, KU. SO NORTH O.UKB.N STREET, LANCASTER, I'A. VTKW CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehmaiin's Old Stand), Next doeor te Fliiiu & Willson's Stoic, Is pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing el every variety censtiiiitly en hand and for Bale at lemarkably low prices. f.apr25-lmd&w 'l'KING CLOTllINfi. OUR STOCK OK CLOTHING IS LARGER FOR THE SEASON THAN USUAL, and the advantages we have arc buying in large quantities and Selling at Lewest Cash Prices, HAVIX; BUT OXE 1'lUCh, !-e the poorest judge el goods gets as much ler liia money as the most expert. Otlt KIO ALI,.VOL SUITS FOIi MEN Are worth your seeing. AND OUR CUSTOM DEl'ARTMENT IS FILLED W...

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. — 11 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLieCER, WDNE3DAY..MAX41 18S1. . lancastcr intelligencer. WEDNESDAY BVBNINO, MAY 11, 1881. TIllIus er Eqaal Degree. The New Yerk Hermld comes te the front as a vehement eian of the Cenk, ling side in the Republican feud. It opens out te-day. with a slashing edito rial against the " angry boy " as it styles Garfield, and against Blaine whom it denounces as a man " without gratitude, without convictions? without friend ships, without shame," who has risen te consequence net" by lefty courage and stately eloquence like Conkling, nor by the prestige of an illustrious name like Grant, but by impudent audacity." A page of the same paper is filled with what purports te be a contribution from an " occasional correspondent " at Washington, that correspondent being manifestly some one writing at the dic tation of Senater Conkling. It assumes te describe " the story of the censulta tiens, conferences, conspiracy and in trigues that have led up te this singular situation" wh...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1881? adapted te the best interests and complete happiness of humanity. Sin is mere than a violation of the law. The offender against law encounters measurable punishment,but he who wages war upon government is held for treason and te capital penalty. Sin is treason against the law of Ged. It is the sinners flinging his "I will net," against his Maker's "tiieushalt." The sinner tears down the pillars of his Master's throne. The perfection of the law involves the certaintj of retribution. The lawgiver is able te save and destroy. He will held an assize. Without retribution thcre could be no law, as the civil statue is invalid which does net prescribe penalty. This retributieu must be end'ess, or the Jaw would be only re medial. Then if en the one haud there is the siuful and guilty man and en the ether the righteous aud inflexible law, the media, tieu of them, te.man'.s salvation, can only be in the Christian scheme of redemption, which...

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. — 11 May 1881

LANCASTER DALLY INTELLIGENCEK WEDNESDAY, MAI 11. 1881. Lancaster hxtiUi&tnccv. WEDNESDAY DVXNINO, X4Y-11, -UB1. NIUUT. Fur the JsiEixiCKSCEit. New o'er the earth the heavy pallel night is draped. And through the dim and misty vault above Glimmers the varying brightness et a star ; A taint, mysterious vision of the day, Which endless lives Immutably divine. All sound Is dead, save o'er the land afar Floats the distant baylng.el the nijrht-wateh hound; Or from the shadowy weeds, In mournful tone, Trembles the featful night-bird 'a doleful notes; Or, tee, along the thick and heavy air, The streke of Urae rolls Irore the steeple- clock. And sinks, in dying cadence, from the car. In mighty space, vast, boundless and sub- Ume. l Like mournful warulugg of a wntchlu power, Echoing strangely Hern the dark unknown. Hew weighty Micius 1e hang the settled gloom l Hew innnit is the might which holds It there 1 The night is lull el truths, eternal signs, And through It amnions whispers seem t...

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. — 12 May 1881

(Kfyje mutKkf ntdlmmfai. Volume XYH-Ne. 216, LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1881 Price Twe Cents. CLOIUINV, UXBEUWEAB, JtC. TVTOKTH SEEING THE DlSl'LA OF NECKWEAR. SUSPENDERS AND HANDKERCHIEFS, E. J. BRISMAN'S, NU. .10 KOBTH iJVKKS STKEKT, LANCASTER, FA. LTKW CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened :i CLOTHING STOKE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Ilehuiiiiiu's Old Staml), Next dcioer te Fliiin Jt Willson'.s Stere, is pre timed te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice ami en reasonable terms. A complete assortment ei Ready-Made Clothing it every variety constantly en hand and ler bale at remai kably low prices. i:ipr25-lmd&w s '1'IllXG CLOTU1NO. OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING IS l.AUGEK FOB THE SEASOX THAN USUAL, and the ndvaulugeK c have aie buying in large quantities and Selling at Lewest Cash Prices, IIAVINU KIT 0E 1'KIl'E, e-e the poeieM judge el goods gets as much ler his money a the most expert. Ol'It IO ALl.-WOOt, SUITS FOK .MEW Are w ei tli your seeing. AND OUB CUSTOM DEPART...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 May 1881

tckntmrtaTtrw LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, HAY 12, 1681. A Wrecked Party. The remarkable narrative in the 2s ew Yerk Herald concerning Garfield's du plicity is attributed te Jehn Russell Yeung, who is notoriously, of newspaper men, nearest te the Grant regime. This circumstance, no less than the tone of the article, points irresistibly te the con clusion that all of its statements which relate te matters of fact are inspired by Mr. Conkling Indeed much of its sub stance, set down as authorized announce ments, is of such a nature that Mr. Conkling only could furnish it or au thenticate it. It might almost as well, for the purposes of its challenge te the president, be ever the initials " R. c." In this view, what ordinarily would be only a newspaper sensation, becomes a document of national interest. In the first place it exhibits very plain ly the desperate straits of Garfield before the late presidential election ...

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. — 12 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY MAY 12, 188r C. A. Kahlcr, Harrisburg. Agnes Kemp, Harriburg. It. T. Bishop, Uarrisburg. Margaret A. Cleaves, Uarrisburg. W. J. Middlcten, Harrisburg. J. W. Ellenbergcr. Harrisburg. I), it. Ulricb, Chester, Delaware county. Frances N. Baker, Media, Delaware county. J. Willoughby Phillips, Clilten Heights Dclnwar county. II. B. Knowles, Clilten Height, Delaware county. Isaac Kcrllu, Klwyn, Delaware county. D. F. Ungcr, Mercersburg. A. B. Brumbaugh, Huntingdon. J. W. Dinwiddle, Warrior's Mark, Hunt ingdon county. A. F. Balmcr. Broekvlllc. M. 31. Bankin, Beckdale Mill-), Jeffersen county. S. It. Rutlcdge. BlairsTillc. Indiana county. J. W. Hutches, BlairsvUle, Indiana county. K. T. Davis. Lancaster. J. L. Lightner, Lancaster. A. J. Herr, Lancaster. M. L. Davis. Millcrsvillc. .1. XV. Kay, Columbia. I. I. Bruner, Columbia. S A. Beekius, Columbia. A C. Trelchler, Ellzabethlewii. II. M. Black, htrasburg. J. G. Weaver, Strasburg. .1. M. Dcavcr. Buck. L...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILI INTELLIGENCER THJJRSDAY, MAI 12. 1881. fcancastet Intelttflencer. THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 12, 1881. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tobacco gates. Following are the prices of tobacco crops recently delivered te Jelin Ililde brand, at New Providence : Frem Providence township : Isaac Erb, 6 acres, at 2, 4, 10 ; William Peters, 1 acre, at 3, 5, 12 ; Geerge Rineer, 1 acre, at 3, 5, 12 : Themas Greff, $ acre, at 3, 5, 10 ; Ellis Harlen, $ acre, at 3, 5, 12 ; Wil liam Richardson, 1 acre, at 3, 5, 12 ; Jehn llcss, 1 acre, at 3, 5, 10 ; Miss Hess, I acre, at 3, 5, IS ; Benjamin Iless, 1 acre, at 3, 5, 10 ; Jehn Tweed, 2 acres, at 3, 5, 10 ; Samuel Stonereada, 1 acre, at 3, 10, 20 ; Themas Brace, 2 acres, at 8 round ; Herr & Dillcr, 1 acre, at 2. 4, 10 ; Ames Bruce, 3 acres, at 2, 4, 12 ; T. J. Arm strong, 2 acres, at 3, S, 13. Martic township : Frank Brucl, 1 acre at 3, 10, 20 ; Jehn Gall, 1 acre at 2, 0, 13 ; James Carel, 3 acres at 12 roend. Strasburg township : Isaac Shultz, 2 acr...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1881

ixMm&f Volume XYII-Ne. 217 LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1881 Price TwtCwts. M)t JEwagb$ wSBku CLOIHINO, VNBEBWMASt, C. TrOKTB SEEING THE DISPLAY OF NECKWEAR. SUSPENDERS AXD HANDKERCHIEFS, E. J. ERISMAN'S, NO. 5G NORTH QUERN STREET, LANCASTER, FA. "TKW CLOTHING STORE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Hehtnann's Old Stand), Next doeor te Fllnn & 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 of every variety constantly en hand and for sale at remarkably low prices. fnpr&Vlmd&w s FRfNO CLOTHING. OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING IS LARGER Villi THE SEASON THAN USUAL, and tlie advantage we have arc buying in large quantities ami Selling at Lewest Gash Prices, HAVING BUT ONE 1'KIL'E, se the poorest judge el goods gets as much ler his money as tlie most expert. OUR HMO ALL-WOOL SUITS FOR MKN Alts worth your seeing. ANI OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT IS FILL...

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. — 13 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1881. e Lancaster intelligencer. FMDA.T EVENING, MAY. 13, 1881. A White SefBlchre. It the het -weather keeps up and the Republican campaign grows in intensity, the public will learn a great deal mere than it has yet known of the -villainies of the cutthroats and thieves who have for years been managing the politics of this ceuntv. dictating the Republican nominations and usurping the right of the people te elect their officers. By the confession of the witnesses who are hurrying te turn state's evidence the corruption which has run riot here for years has been all that has been charged, though for the mention of it some years age both parties te the present admissions vigorously denounced their accusers. The Xeve Era and Examiner get very het every general campaign ever wrongs upon the ballet, bulldozing and disfranchisement which are alleged te prevail in the Seuth. We challenge them te point te any community from the Potomac te the Ri...

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. — 13 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE EEIDA1& MAY 13, 1881 THE SMALL-POX CASE. Death of the Emigrant Weman. Yesterday we 6tated than au emigrant woman was suffering from small-pox in a small house en West Lemen street near North Queen. Officer Flick notified Dr. C. H. Brown, secretary of the beard of Health, of the woman's condition, and he then went teD. B. Landis, president of the peer directors' beard, and procured an order for the woman's admission te the hospital. In the afternoon the doctor visited the house where the woman was and found that she was dead. He examined the body and he says that it looked very much like a mild case of small-pox ; there was every indication of that disease, although it was net possible te tell exactly whether that was the cause of the death. A number of persons who saw the woman, several of whom have had small-pox, state positively that that was the disease which caused the woman's death. Corener Mishler held an inquest en the remains. The jury was co...

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. — 13 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, MAY 13. 1881. Hancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1881. THE SEMINARY. Graduating Essays Last Evening. Last evening the graduating exercises of the Reformed theological seminary ter minated by the delivery of theses in the chapel of the college. Despite the very warm weather there was a geed audience present, and the pulpit desk, reading desk and altar were handsomely adorned with flowers, a superb cress upon the latter be ing of especial note, and the inscription, "Holiness te the Lord," in letters of green, upon the wall of the pulpit re cess lacing the audience. The customary ritual being conducted by the president of the seminary, Rev. . V. Gcrhart, D. D., the choir connected with St..Stephcn's(cellcje) chapel sang the Te Deuiu Laudamus, and the first thesis of the evening was read by Mr. Newton J. Miller, of Allentown, whose subject was " Christian Morality." The speaker com cem battcd the efficacy of the se-called moral ity of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 May 1881

l:u.1 1.1.1 iJr, B)z $mfa$te$ Volume XVU-Ne. 218 LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1881 Price TwiuCeita. -.WlMiMnJ lull! fvV CLOIHIXO, VXteERWEAJt, AC. MEW CLOTHING STOBK. CHAS. A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Ilelrtnann's Old Stand). Next deem- te Flinn & Willson's Stere, is pre pared te make Clet hi us te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Made Clothing or every variety constantly en hand and for sale at remarkably low prices. fapr-Zt-lind&w 'l'ltfNO CLOTHING. OUBSIOCK OK CLOTHING is lakuer i-or the season than usual, and the advantages v have are buying in large quantities and Selling at Lewest Gash Prices, IIAY1NU KIT ONE l'KICE, se the poen-st judge il yi(h yets as much ler his money us the moil expert. IIUK ttlO ALI.-WOOL .SUITS FOR MKN An: weith your seeing. ami en: CUSTOM DEPARTMENT is filled with the choicest of PA TTERXS, Which we ill vile you te i' mime. WILLIAHSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 May 1881

amwiii(w'nBMu.,ji LANCASTER DAILY LSTLLUGENCEK, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. . SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1881. SkuBlmg IarestIgtlM. A despatch from Denver, Colerado, states that the suit which had been com menced there against ex-Senater Dersey by his agent Wilcox te recover compen sation for services rendered in securing the petitions for expediting the service en some of the star routes in Oregon for which Dersey was contractor, has been settled, and the compromising telegrams and letters sent by Dersey te Wilcox have been surrendered. This statement is sufficient evidence of the desire of Dersey net te have that investigation into his connection with star route mat ters that he se boldly demanded of the postmaster general. At an early stage of this exposure Dersey seems te have thought that his best policy was that which Brady adopted in the investigation by Congress a few years ae, and Brady wife of the same opin ion. Brady then met his accusers with great ef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 May 1881

LANCASTER BA1L1 INTEUJLGENOER SATtTRDAT MAY 14, 1881 OBITUARY. Death el au Old and Well-known Lanca terian. Viiliam Musser, who died yesterday at bis residence, Ne. 1829 Arch street, Phila delphia, in the 92d year of his age, was well-known in commercial circles as a suc cessful leather dealer. He was born in Lancaster, Pa., in 1789, and in 1803. re moved te Philadelphia and entered the employment of his brother-in-law, Jehn Linger, who was in the hide and leather trade en Market street. In January, 1812, he enlisted in the army, and served at Camp Uupent until the end of the war. In 1814 he was taken into partnership with Mr. Linger, and finally, in 183C, the firm became William Musser & Ce. In 1848 the firm was overtaken by financial difficulties, but, receiving an extension from cred iters, was able, in 1833, te pay off every dollar of its indebtedness. In 18.9 Mr. Musser retired from business, in which he had been engaged for ever fifty years. He was a member of the Society ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES, SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1881. Hancastrt fcutclltgencer. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1881. THE DOCTORS. Last SeMlen. or tlie Convention Ppet Baxl Honors Awarded Sew Presi dent Installed Final Ad journment. The concluding session of the conven tion of the medical association of the state of Pennsylvania, commenced at 2 o'clock, Dr. Carpenter, the president, in the chair. Dr. S. T. Davis, of this city, read the " Address in Obstetrics," a paper of con siderable length, wherein the pathology and treatment of a number of interesting cascsjwerc detailed. Dr Davis's time ex pinmi before the reading of his address hfttl ended, but en motieu of Dr. Varian, who said the subject was of tee much im portance te be dismissed incempleted, Dr. Davis's time was by unanimous consent extended. At the conclusion of his address Dr. Davis exhibited a lusu& na tura, the body of a lull term male infant delivered by him, and which lived for a short time after birth. It had neither...

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