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

rctelene Volume XYII-Ne. 219 LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, MAT 16. 1881 Price Tw Gmta. mi CLOHllXU, USDEJIWEAB, &C. VEW CLOTHING STORE. OHAS. A. HOHMANN l Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Ilelunann's Old Stand). Xexldoeor te Fllnn & Willson's Stere, is pie pared te make Clothing 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. iapi-i-lmd&w 'PKING CLOTHING. OUE STOCK OF CLOTHING is larukr feu Tin: skases THAN USUAL, and the advantages we have are buying in large quantities and Selling at Lewest Cash Prices, IIWIMJ UUT ONE L'lUCE, se the poercat judge '' goods gels as much ter his money as the most expert. UlIK 10 ALL-WOOL MJITS 1-OK MEN Aie ueith your seeing. AND OUK CUSTOM DEPARTMENT IS FILLED WITH THE CHOICEST OF PA TTERXS, Which we invite yeii te examine. WILLIAHSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36-38.EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. I...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1881. iLancastct intelligencer. UONDAT EVENING, MAY 10, 1881. The UapariMaHe 8I. Conkling's amanuensis keeps up his appearance in the New YerK Herald without, however, saying anything but that he has said a great deal and is anx ious te "have some one call him a liar and prove it. One adventurous person has emerged from the Indian office, we believe, and discharged a flight of arrows at the Conkling gunner, but none of them deadly. lie says that it is net true that Garfield called Conkling te that meeting in New Yerk, but that it was Conkling's friends who seduced Garfield te it. The Conkling man asks in reply, what it matters whether he did lie in this particular, since it is admitted that Garfield went ; which may be said te be first bleed for the Indian, in that the ether man admits he lied, and first knock-down for the ether man since it is clear that the arrow-shooter concedes that Garfield was ever in New Yerk bargaining for the s...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY MAY 16, 1881 a: THE RADICAL. KOOSTERS. Lunt Mendav or a Bis Campaign. Te-day being the last Monday of the het campaign for the Republican nominations te the important county offices filled this fall, the excitement of the canvass culmi nates in Lancaster, and where the candi dates, political bosses and bummers most de congregate all has been excitement and bustle, which have net abated at the hour when the Intelligences gees te press. Very early this morning it might have been observed that the eity bummers and heelers were gathering in knots in the vicinity of the court house, organizing in the name of some bogus or bona fide scheme, te levy tell en the aspirants for their votes, and getting their pass books and tickets ready for the onset. On every train and by vehicle from every section el the county the efiicc-hunters and the best workers poured in. Around the hotels there was quite a stir, and nearly every candidate was en hand some of these...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1881

ryw-gyeyw; Wijyewm&imgiwvzm LANCASTER DAILY INTELLiGEKCJBK, MONDAY, MAY 16. 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1881. NEN YORK TOBACCO MARKET. SEED LEAF HAVANA. Fer tbe Week Ending Saturday, May 14. U. S. Tobacco Journal. There was very little stir iu our market this week. The extraordinary heat and the absence of transient and city buyers caused the quietness. In '80 tobacco noth ing was done. Connecticut seconds of that crep.wcrc luekad for by jobbers, but the few parcels that holders showed will ingness te sell were held at from 11 te 11 J cents. The price being thought tee high prevented their sale. The feelinjr of packers of all kinds of '80 tobacco is quite dilfurcnt from that which they evinced re garding' the '79 crop. There exist no screwed-up expectations of getting im mense Ggurcs, nor arc there any fears of great losses. As a whole, the '80 crops vserc bought with mere consideration and judgment than the '79, and with the sta bility of business in ...

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. — 17 May 1881

I WjA III Sje latite fc Volume XVH-Ne. 220 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAI 17, 1881 PHee Tw Cnti. IBmPb 2Hy4 l.hvVilW MfJpjpJ 1 WVUA I lUt . ' "ww . ' f,iiv-'-i" j.ivrvWBJv: "-" y v- CLOIHINU, UXDKRWEAJt, AC. VEW CLOTHING STORE. CHAS., A. HOHMANN Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., (Helimann's Old Stand), Ncxtdoeor te FHnn Willson's Stere, Is pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice anil en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Madc Clothing erevery variety constantly en liand and for sale at ivmarkably low pi ices. iapr25-lmd&w S1 PRING CLOTHING. OUR .STOCK UP CLOTHING IS I.AUUER PUU THE SKASON THAN USUAL, anil the advantage? we have are buying in large quantities and Selling at Lewest Gash Prices, II AVIX(J KUT ONE 1'IUCE, 10 the poorest Judge el j;ieds gets u- niucli ler Ids uienry as the most e.vpert. OUR SIO ALL-WOOL SUITS I OK MEN Ale ueith your seeing. ANI OI'K CUSTOM DEPARTMENT IS FILLED WITH THE CHOICEST OF PA TTERXS, Which we invi...

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. — 17 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1JSTELLIGENCEK, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer TUaSDAT STONING, MAY 17, 1SBL .Cenkllng'g Strike. Failing te defeat the president's nom inatien te office of a collector of the pert of New Yerk, who is unfriendly te them, the New Yerk senators resign their seats, with the supposed object of sub mitting the question at issue te the de termination of the New Yerk Legisla ture. The wisdom of their action is net generally conceded. The New Yerk Legislature is net the body te decide the dispute between the president and the New Yerk senators. It is one between the administration and the party that elected' it. Net even the body of the Re publican party in the state of New Yerk can i333ibly determine it. The party in the state must submit te the control of the party in the country, the organization being national; The New Yerk senators' idea seems te' be te place the party in their state in opposition te the administration. If they succeed they secure a divis...

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. — 17 May 1881

THE LEAF. The Lancaster Tobacco Trade. There has net been anything in the trade during the past week worthy of es pecial remark. Packers are .still in the field buying such lets as are offered at rea sonable rates. Seme of them who are pretty well supplied with leaf declare that there is net 5,000 eases left in the hands of the growers, while ethers, perhaps net se well supplied or mere sanguine, affirm there is net less than 12,000 or 15,000 cases yet uubeught. It is generally conceded that the crop, as a whole, is better than it was supposed te be earlier in the season. Much of it is flea-bitten, but net se badly as was feared. There is certainly a geed deal of " white vein " in it, but careful handling has pretty well eliminated it and the sum total thrown aside is net unusually large. On the ether hand, it has been found that a great proportion of the crop is equal te any ever grown in the county; and a skilled operator of twenty years' experience iem?rked this morning : "There'...

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. — 17 May 1881

i LANCASTER DAltt-UIELLiGENCEB, TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1881. jvaticasiet intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1881. LILACS IN THK COITMTRT. ifer the Ibtellxeescxr. The purple lilacs at the gate Made sweet the night's sort air. And one large bunch, my rival like. Steeped down te kiss the lralr Of the modest maid beside me ; And the moonlight, shining through the leaves, Threw o'er her head a crown. And as the lilacs steeped te kiss, My auburn head bent down. And I there new, don't deride me. And I told iter a tale 'neath the lilacs Uiere, The short, sweet tale se old, And the night breeze paused as If te hear. What se oft it has heard told. Fer that tale will bear repeating. And two deep eyes were shaded then, And two lips trcmuled red, Atid the lilac gave ray shoulder proud. The moon-crowned, drooping head, And her heart, 1 felt it beating. Old Luna's woman nature peeped At us around a tree ; A whip-peer-will crieil "Ktas-'er-Wlll," Or se it seemed 10 me, And I couldn't help but de it....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1881

IJntellujcnaT (K)je mfate Volume XVlI-Ne. 221. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. 1881 PHee Twt Grata. CJ.Hl.njXa, VKDEMWKAM, 4tC. VEW CLOTHING STORE. CHAR. A. HOHMANN 1 Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 164 North Queen St., (Heumann's Old Stand), Neztdoeor te Flinn & Willson's Stere, la pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice and en reasonable terms. A complete assortment of Ready-Madc Clothing .Of eT variety constantly en hand und for Bale tit i btramarlcabiy lour pric apr25-Imdftw IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day we open a lull line of Spring and Summer Goods for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed in thiscityerany house in the country ler quality, style and high toned character. Wc claim superiority ever anything wc handled be lore during our experience el quarter et a century in business, and our-reputation is established for keeping the finest goods in our line. Our opening te-day is an invoice et Novel ties captured from the wreck of a large Bosten house...

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. — 18 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1881. Hancastet intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1881. Thtegs t be TM. It would be interesting te Lear some thing just new from the friends of Ma hone.. The Philadelphia Press, as his most conspicuous champion in this quarter, could entertain its readers very nicely with a few remarks en the sub ject, and we are rather surprised that a journal se energetic in the pursuit of news, and se devoted te interviewing anybody that is supposed te knew any thing or think anything about anything or anybody, does net print the thoughts of its editor upon the present condition of that Virginia child of premise. There are several matters, indeed, about which the editor of the Press could talk with knowledge and feeling, but which his modesty seems te keep him from open ing his lips about. That dinner te Dor Der sey at New Yerk which he attended, for instance. It seems odd perchance some what contrary te the laws of hospitality that a guest...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1881

LANCASTER DAJLY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY MAY i8, 1881 K CBITUAKY. Death of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Sallie E. Clark, wife of Rebert Clark, book-keeper of the Intelligencer, and daughter of the late Philip Fitzpatrick, of this city, died at the residence of her mother, en North Duke street, where Mr. and Jlrs. Clark made their home, this morn ing about half-past 11 o'clock, aged about 20 years; Fer a few months past Mrs. Clark suffered mere or less from diabetes, out tier aisease ma net assume a danger ous form until about a week age. Then she grew rapidly worse, and although the best medical skill was summoned te her aid, she died as above stated. 3Irs. Clark was an excellent woman, beloved by a large circle of friends. She leaves a hus band and a little son three or four years old te mourn her less. Death or MU Kready. Miss Maggie Kready, a sister of Jacob, Ilenj. C. and Henry C. Kready, died at an early hour this morning at the residence of the last named gentemau, in Maner township, three...

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. — 18 May 1881

I s LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. 1881. ancastet intelligencer. WEDNESDAY VKIIINO, KAY 18.1881. ACT WTEDEKSEHKN. Until we meet again ! That is the meaning Of the lamtliar words that men repeat At parting In the tired. Ah yes, till then ! but when death Intervening Bends ns asmnder, with what ceaseleas pain We wait for the Again ! The friends who leare us de net feel the sor row Ot parting, as we feel it, who must stay Lamenting, uay Dy uy. And knowing, when we wake upon the mor row, We shall net And In Its accustomed place The one beloved face. It were a double grief, U the departed, Iielng released from earth, should still retain A sense or earthly pain ; it were a double grief, If the true hearted. Who lercd us here, should en the further shore Remember us no mere. Ilelleving, in the midst el our afflictions. That death Is a beginning, net an end, We cry te them, and send farewells, that better might be called predic tions. Being toresbadewlngs of the future, 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. — 19 May 1881

aim, 3k wtfas&xA nUllimfat Volume XYII-Ne. 222. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1881 Price Tire Cmts. vA&italiUX .mammnrnm rn WSSmS v PWWPWSfBWB-5" CLOIUINU, UNDERWEAR, c. VWV CLOTHING STOKE. CHAS. A. HOHMANN J Having Opened a CLOTHING STORE Ne. 154 North Queen St., ' (llehmauu'g Old Stand), Next doeor le Fliiin A WillAen's Stere, Is pre pared te make Clothing te Order at Short Netice aiid en icasouable terms. A complete assortment or Ready-Made Clothing or ety variety constantly en hand and for sale nt ramarkably low prices. fapr25-liud&w OI'KING OPENING H. GERHART'S New Tailoring WMsmi Ne. 6 East King Street. I have just completed lilting up enu et the Finest Tailoring Establishment te be found in this state, and am new prepared te show my customers a stock of goods for the SPRING TRADE. which ler quality, style and variety of Patterns has never been equaled in this city. I will keep and sell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low in pri...

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. — 19 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY'lNTEfiLlGENCER THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1881. w . fcancastct futclltgenrrt. THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 10, 1881. Snail all Areuud. Tliis Republican row seems te be very like a tempest iu a teapot, indeed. 11 is all ever the possession of the collector ship of the pert of New Yerk; and it does net seem that the whole party lias any geed reason te be agitated about se small a matter. Clearly it is a teapot sort of a parly, tliat a very little thing will disturb. The biggest men in the party are net giants. Conkling has been put forward as the show piece of the me me nugerieand has imposed himsolfupen the public as a great man. Grant is another who is presented us most illustri ous. Xe Republicans have made greater pretensions than these te the place of first citizen. Hut their greatness in net in their essence. Grant lias been lately permitted te retire te his just ob scurity, and OenUling is new called upon te step down from his pedestal. A great many of his late admirers arc bus...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY MAY 19. 1881 better than they were before the '"picture gallery ' was issued. It will disgust many voters, as it Las already disgusted Judge Livingston. The publication of their shot t ticket will consolidate independent voters against it." County Commissioner JJutheng. "The picture circular " is net a very jjiarp dodge, aud -will probably de the NexeEra folks as much harm as geed." Jkputy Sheriff Hippey. "It is a 'staver' and will de them inere harm than geed." Al. Ethcard. Deputy Prolhenotary. 'It is all right; nothing can lie said against it. I was in the ce'uutry last night and the pcople whom I saw speak well ei' the book. Most of the pictures are bad." Oircn P. Jlricker, esq. " Seme of the pictures leek if tht'y were taken from the Rogues' Gallery, and if men with these faces were placed iu the deck they would be convicted. Judge Livingston is angry because his picture is en a portion of the books." Francis P. Kilbnrn. late Candidate for ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKTElJJGENCEK, THURSDAY, MA 19. 1881. fUneater SnteHigencet. THURSDAY ETKHINCr, KAY 10, 1mT "THB END OF THE WORLD." STAKTLlNU KFFECT OF CONKUHU'S WKATH. Tbe Story of the Trae Condition of the Capital That was Sapar ed. Tbe following eraphie account of start-1 ling- r.vcdts at Washington Monday, sent te tbe Cincinnati Gazette, soems te have been suppressed te this section, probably by Mr. Blaine General Bo'yntea says : The cry, " Conkling has resigned," spread through the buildings, and from the committees roems.restaurauts, rotunda, supreme court room, library and Heuse wing, attendants, judges, senators, officc efficc officc Kcekers, lobbyists, visitors and workmen, a great crowd poured out into the parks, each fleeing from the conviction in every mind that such a dire event must be fol lowed by an earthquake. With the Might rese cries, falling ! " " The 'Tlin ''ilnmn 10 Senate columns are swaying!" "The Heuse wing is settling !" " Out for your lives !" In half an h...

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. — 20 May 1881

mKHkMwt-A ittwdc all hm:: ni?jnn& t '-Jr-j .r '.a;: i Volume XVH-Ne. 223. LANCASTER, PA. FRIDAY, MAT 20. 1881 Price Twe Celts. IHiY INKNS. LINENS! Wc have received new linens from Belfast, Barnslcy, Duntcrmlinc, Lisle, Brussels, Ghent, Silesia, Bohemia. Wc have, ransacked all Europe for linens, and have a variety of both fabric and finish that could net lw gatheied in the American market. The goods aits fresh, tee. That's important ; for linens bought in Niw Yerk may be several years old, and you knew starched linens de net improve by age. The dressings used by the manufacturers is net se de structive as starch ; but it does injure tfie fabric in time. Wc have another advantage in prices. Wc gain the importer's profit. The result is we get the best linens in the world, iu tins best possible condi tion, and for the least money anybody can get them for. Wc cau give you the importers' profit, and still have enough left. New it is proper for te consider that somebody else may 1ms do...

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. — 20 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, MAY 20, 188L Hancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, MAT 20, 1881. Xctklag, WlthMt Witts. The country is abundantly instructed just new that the degree of considera tion attaching te a Republican states man is exactly measured by his influence in securing appointments te office. While a man remains in a position of power he will be great and geed in the esteem of Republican organs of opinion, whatever, and however notorious, bis real wick edness or weakness. But when he steps down and out, he sinks into an in significance from which no degree of virtue can save him. Peer old Hayes, one of the smallest of men, was spoken of in terms of reverential admiration in Republican quarters, until he came near the close of his term and it became manifest that he liad no chance of an other. Then he was derided, and when he left he fell like a plummet away down out of the consideration of his party. His predecessor, Grant, has been kept ih the air net by hi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY MAY 20, 1S81 A SWINDLER CAPTURED. He lias Nearly 10,000 of Forced Postal money iracra. A scamp, calling himself A. B. Celes, who has been swindling the government by means of forged posteffice orders, came te nt in Alteena yesterday. On Wed- ncsaay evening the iestinastcr of East Liverpool, Ohie, arrived in that city in pursuit of the sharper, who was operating en postefllcc8 along the line of the rail road Dy means of forged money orders, l'lie postmaster at Alteena was warned, and se when a well-dressed stranger appeared at the office yesterday morning and presented orders te the amount of three hundred dollars, purport ing te be issued by the East Liverpool office te the order of A. B. Celes, an officer was called and the sharper was token into custody. When searched blank money orders te the amount of $0,1(00 were found in his possesien, with a complete assort ment of posteffice blanks and cnvclejics, properly htamcd. It was learned that he h...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1881

LAKCASTEtt' DAILJ3ftElllGENCEK, fcRIDAY MAY 20. 1881. .ancastet I-ntelligencet. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1881. BILL? TAYLOK. IWc arc Indebted te the kindness. of Mr. William Duane.et Philadelphia, for tnc follow ing copy or the verges en Billy Tayler, as they appeared in a magazine published in Philadel phia sixty yearn age. The current version which we printed euic weeks age, is quite in accurate Eds. Int. Killy Tayler vas a brisk young teller, Full en mirth and full en glee ; And his mind lie did diskiver Te a lady fair and tree. Four ami twenty brisk young fellers, Dreat they vas in rich array. They kirn ami they seized Billy Tayler Prest he vas and sent te sea. ills true love she followed alter Under the name of Richard Car.: And her hands were all bedaubed With the nasty pitch and tar. An engagement came en the very next morn ing ; . Held she lit among the rest; TJicviud aside did blew her jacket And disklvercd her lily-vlte breast. The c.tptaln vas hcvery hincU a sailor. Says '...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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