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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 May 1881

W$ mfatM, -j iijj suehiiu. S?Iame XTH-Nt. 229. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1881 Prk Twt Ctate. i xjtr s THAWBRIDGK CL.OTH1KK. S' One of the" Sights Our immense building, extending from Market te Filbert streets, with its piles of goods, its wonderful business system and its constant throngs of customers, is one of the sights of Philadelphia, and every stranger who comes te the city should visit our establishment, if from cariesity alone. The object of the present caid is te enumerate the different departments se as te give our out-of-town patrons seme idea of the immense stock we carry of legitimate dry goods. - 1. Silica, Satins, Velvets, etc. 2. Foreign Novelty Dress Goods. 3. Solid Celer Dress Goods. 4. Cashmeres and Beiges. 5. M Black Dress Goods. 6. Hosiery and Underwear. . 7. Clethes and Cassimeres. 8. Kid aud Fabric Gloves. 9. Men's Furnishing Goods. 10. Parasols and Umbrellas. U. Upholstery. 12. Housekeeping Linens, 13. Muslins and Sheetings. 14. Flannels. 15. Lawns, Chi...

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. — 27 May 1881

LANCASTER 1MLY 1OTELUGENCER1 ERIDAY, MAY 27, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY SVENINO, MAY 27, 1881. A Onestlan r Acceat. A geed many innocent Republicans in Lancaster county, bearing that the Re formers have triumphed at the recent se lection of party candidates for the fat offices of the court house, are in clined te be very much gratified thereat, hut find a stumbling block in the way in recollecting that the Reformers of te day have changed places with the Re formers of a year or two age ; and they don't quite see bow their accomplished chieftain, Mr. Levi Sensenig, can be the honest champion of Reform te-day, con tending with that ether valiant chief tain, Mr. Elias McMellen, who leads the men and things that need te be reformed, while en the last occasion en which the innocent Republicans aforesaid were called upon te array themselves under the banner of these leaders by the re-1 snective invocations of the New Era and Examiner, Elias was the Reformer battling by the side...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 May 1881

LANCASTEEcl)AHYf IN3mUGE(N(?jBMDAir'.Ml3rf 2?. 1881. LITTLE LOCALS. - Here and There and Everywhere. Yeu can get a railroad ticket te Gettys burg and return, see Garfield and' the Dec oration day ceremonies and come back any time this season for &345. This morning k'liorse attached - te it wagon belonging te, Leenard Schmidt, cabinetmaker,'' waft UsMgtidrrVca' 'down West King street, near Prince, the wagon being piled full of farnitere. illy the jolt jelt iug of the wagon ever the rough read-bed a chair fell from the wagon and struck the horse upon the bckfMgbteflJB jhim and causing him ten-nrr-iwrfy.In front of ltethwei'er's hotel tlu runaway team came in collisieii with a horse and wagon be longing teHi C.s Smith, veterinary sur geon, breaking a shaft of Mr. Smith's wagon ami slightly injuring the horse. Mr. Schmidt's horse was stepped by run ning against a p'jst in front of Quane s butcher shop. lie sustained little or no damage. The handsomest commencement invita tions yet ....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTfitLIGENCEB, ERIDAY, MAY 27. 188L Queasier Intelligencer. FRIDAY SVZNINa, MAT 27,1861. SPRING CLEANING. 'Tis morn ! Ob leaving borne around I glance And here Is luxury and elegance ; The degaad the cat ea the hearth rug lie. My sweet wife kisses me and says geed-bye, bile servants bring say bat, and coat and case, Wlthsemach comfort, bow could man com plaint Tte neon. As te my borne I tben draw near, I bear the sennd of blows. The atmespnere Is but a stialng, blinding cloud el dust ; lis from the carpets beaten, I mistrust ; . And, borrer stricken te the boese I fly, A scene or desolation greets my eye. The carpets up, the curtains down, Arcs out. Furniture all upset and piled about ; While back and forth, with heads in towels bound. With skirts looped np a feet above the ground. And arms all bared, fly creatures can it be My lovely wlfe and servants near I see Tearing about in these outrageous duds. And stirring up this awful smell of suds, While In their eyes th...

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. — 28 May 1881

jmr.l Ai .. j-iOraiUJIi.t3Lt.il ffik i '""N" I ' "-"N Sx 19 , .-i ""-v -v maaiMiaTixuxTi Vetnnte XYIINe. 230 LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 28. 1881. FHTwCMte. CLOIUINU, VSlMKHKAit, &U. OOMKTIIlrtG KEWI ZACB THREAD TJNDERSI1TRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS. AT ERISMAJNTS, .T II K S II I It T M A K 12 It, . 5C NOKTII OUKtN STKKICT, TM PORTA NT A NNOUNC KM I :NT. Te-day we ejien u lull line of Spring Hnl .Summer (ioeds for Men's Wear, which has never been eclipsed In this cilyoranyhenso iu the country ler quality, Htylc and high toned character. U'e claim superiority ever anything wc handled buleic during our cxpciienccet quarter et a century in business, anil our reputation is established ler keeping the finest goods in our line. Our opening te-lfiy Isnn invoice of Novel Nevel lies captured from tlic wieck of a large Dosteii house, w hose failuie has prccipl tuteil t hese goods in t lie niarkel tee late in tlic.-casen ami consequently nt a sactltice, se. they are williiu 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. — 28 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY lflTELUGENCEfii SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. lancaster inteUif encrt. SATURDAY KVXNINO, MAY 9B, 188L Is Me Deserted! Tbe Intelligences does net seem te be able te persuade' the Philadelphia Pre that it should presently go te tbe help of William Mahone. It troubles 'us that ear advice is net heeded, for we take an interest in tbe -Pttas and want te see it establish itself en solid founda tions as a Republican organ and a reli able newspaper. Is started out te sheet strong and straight when its new editor came all tbe way down from Albany and Conkling, but latterly it has net been standing by its old friends with the enthusiasm they might expect. Conk ling has been fairly turned tail te; and se has Dersey ; and there is peer Will iam Mahone, the pride of its heart a month age, has net for ever a fortnight bad a word of comfort given him. It is a very hard case, for William was a patriot; and patriots should net be left by their friends te suf fer and die. We have called the...

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 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY MAY 28, 1881. JOl. Court Tbls Herning. Ceuit met at 9 o'clock this morning and considerable current business was trans acted. The application of Samuel A. Greff, who wants a hotel license for the " Snapper box" saloon, en Duke street, which is new known as the Sprccher house, was continued until Monday. The case of Frederick Wolf vs. Sarah AVelf, divorce suit, which was en the trial list, was argued William M. Slaymakcr was appointed a viewer te assess damages te lands of Jere miah Brown, ct. al., caused by the Colutn Celutn lumbia and Pert Deposit railroad running a tracK through it. A. W. Kussel was one of the viewers, who was first appointed, but as he will be out of the state en the day of view, Mr. Slaymakcr was appointed in bis stead. The court has refused te grant li censes te the following persons, who were applicants : J. Walter, Conestoga town ship : Edward Wiley, Second ward, city ; and Jacob Adams, Third ward, city. The cases of Jeh...

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 May 1881

, , ,,MrregJV'AJ W,-f LANCASTER T)JgLY IKTELLIGEyCER, SATURDAY, MAY 281881. Lancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY STONING, MAY 28, 1881. TIMELY TOPICS. MOSTLY OF A KEUGIOUS NATURE. Facta, OpIaUas, SoareaUena and Review. Mr. Peecueu's organ, the CJmttian rtV thinks President Garfield did wrersg-and ought te be ashamed of him self. But even that does net Bettle it Jeffersen Davis, when asked his views respecting the new version, stated that he was sorry te see any change in the New Testament. " That is one document above all ethers sacred in itself and any attempt te change it seems almost sacrileg ious." Mr. L. L. Warren, of Louisville, Ky., has given $10,000 te the Presbyterian Broadway tabernacle of that city, and some of his friends have made up $16,000 additional, thus relieving the church from all debt Mr. Warren had previously given $20,000 for the new building. In commenting en the revised New Tes tament, the Epitcepal llegttter says : " It is.very satisfactory te knew that the ne...

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 May 1881

&-rt-fL LJfAM.' J-lJ t .li ! L! : J : ' ' ' . - : . r ; FtlaMe XYlI-Ne, 231 CXOZJUJTCI, VSJtKUWKAJi, c. OOMKTIUsiG HEW! LACE, TIIItEAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATIIEB-WEIGHT DRAWEES. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, tTIIK SHIRTMAKER, Nl. SG MUBIH (JUKEN STKKET, TMI1IICTAKT ANNOUNCKMKNT. Te-day wc open a lull line of Spring 'anil .Summer Goods for Men' Wear, which has never licen eclipsed In this city or any liensc in the country for quality, elyle anil high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything wc handled heferc during our experience of quarter et'h ccntnry In business, anil our reputation is established for keeping the finest goods In our line. Our opening Unlay 1m an Invoice et Novel Nevel lies captured from the -wreck or n large Itosten house, whose . failure has prcclpl lutcil these goods en the market tee late in tiie reason and consequently at u Hecrllicc, he they are within reach el all desiring a first-class article at a moderate pi ice. The consignment Includes n. full lin...

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. — 30 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, MAY 30, 1881. Lancaster IntelUfencer. MONDAY EVENING. MAY 80,1ML Serena ay lament Methets. The Xew Era being convicted of fighting for " reform" with aiyes whom it at different times denounced as the enemies of reform, attdertakea te furnish the-" distinction .between our (its) first and last battle with the bosses," and do de clares that it has-"lived and labored in vain," if it Is net a very gratifying dis tinction te the public as well te The public generally has long in clined te the opinion that the New Era has lived' and labored In vain for reform and it is net surprised meatlv te find that this is se plainly manifested new as te be self-confessed by the journal itself. We publish in full elsewhere what it has te. say, and surely hereafter no question ean be raised as te the standing of the JVcte Era as an organ of genuine reform. Its claim, briefly stated, is that it ac cepted the alDABoeef each disreputable "boss" te defeat the ether ; t...

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 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY MAY 80, 1881. m- JU 1 ' iA. MURDER AMD BTJIOIDB. AN AWrCL TRAGEDY NEAK MARIETTA. Tne Ceyle " Ferryman's Ben Kills Girl wad Tries te Kill Himself. .special IMspatcU te ivtBLLiOBXcxK. Marietta, May 30. This morning at about half-past five o'clock a murder and attempted suicide occurred at Ceyle's Ferry across the river from this place in t Yerk county and direct ly opposite the Pennsylvania railroad depot JehnCbyle, the only son or the well-known ferryman by the same name, shot and killed Emily Myers, a young girl who had been a servant in the family daring the past winter ; and then made two unsuccessful attempts te end his own life. At an early hour a number of per sons had gathered at the scene of the tragedy awaiting the arrival of the cero coro cere nor, J. Prank Magcc, of Wriglitsville, who with Constable Shoenberger arrived and took possession of the premises. On opening the deer of the stable, which stands about twenty-five yards from the 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. — 30 May 1881

v-.Z .1 LANCASTER DAILY 1OTEL3HGENCER, MONDAY, MAY 80, 1881. t f Ui.' JJ. Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, MAY SO, 1881. Ictacc. TH V am wk Market lAit Week. United States Tobacco Journal. Quite a scramble for old stock was no ticeable Uiis weelc People begin te care very little whether lets offered aroenerea under the name of Pennsylvania, Connec ticut or New Jersey. Yielding wrappers are wanted, and such bring excellent figures irrespective of where they were his state of things illustrates further our oft expressed opinion that the satisfies of the agricultural department regarding the yield of crops for the past several years have been utterly false. This country produced in '79 but 50,000 cases store than were required for home consumption. This surplus Europe has taken while busi ness depression was reigning there. The home consumption of 'TO tobacco for the year up te date may be set down as having reafihed 130.000 cases. There are probably net ever 20,000 cases of '7...

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. — 31 May 1881

tmnjfagtefi 'h Volume XYn-:Na- 232. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, MAY 31. 1881 Prfet Tw Ccata. m HlagiliitcUujcnccr CUMKTH1MG NEW! ilCJS? TI1READ UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, tTIIE SHIRTMAKER, NO. SO NORTH OCKfcN STREET, SMITHING, &C. Last Saturday we had at times mere customer than we could wait en promptly in spite el our extra lerce et salesmen, and as a result the sales were very gratifying, and we hope every body went away satisfied. Our oblig ing patrons Indulged us geed naturcd Jy waiting when every salesman was busy, and in turn we did our utmost te please. It the coining Saturday is fair we shall liave another rush, and let it come, we will be ready with goods enough. Our salesmen feel such confi dence in the stock of CLOTHING we have provided that they agree te find SOMETHING that shall both Sat isfy veur taste and fitly adorn your person. If it is Just as convenient, how ever, come earlier in the week. liut come anyway and at any time, for...

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. — 31 May 1881

LANCASTER I)A lit INTELLIGENCES TUESDAY- MAY 31, 1881. TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 81, 19BL Oar Sarplas Kereate. The New Yerk Sun calculates that at Urn present ratio of increase of the an hual surplus in the United States treas ury, in twenty years enough will have accrued te discharge the whole national debt. It is troubled as te what shall then lie done with the surplus, and concludes that " the measure which will most nat urally commend itself te tlie sense of the nation is the reduction of taxation and the prolongation at a reduced interest of the funded debt." But we are net se sure that this is the S3ii9e of the nation.' There is. an old saying forbidding lis te be solicitous about crossing a fence until we get te it, and another which declares tliat sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. There may be no surplus te worry us twenty years hence, and if there is, it will hardly be a difficult matter te de termine bow it shall be atrophied. A removal of taxes will de it promptly. ...

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. — 31 May 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TCESDAY MAY 31, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. HOW DECORATION WAY WAS KEPT. The Solemn Service ana tbe Bloody Brawl. Decoration day eame in clear, but warm. Tiie mercury was en a constant rise from early morning until about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, at which hour it was decidedly het, notwithstanding the fact that a gen erous air was stirring. The posteffice was closed at neon and remained closed during the balance of the day except the hour between six and seven o'clock ; tbe banks aud all places of business, except beer sa loons and cigar stores, were, none of them, doing .business, and a half holiday was given te the shop employees of the Penn sylvania railroad company. What bunting was te be seen was flying at half-mast. On account of the heat the precession of the afternoon was net long. None of the - organizations turned out well aud the line was the shortest iu several years. Ferm ing en Seuth Second street, right resting en Locust, the line moved a few ...

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. — 31 May 1881

1ANCXSTER DAILY INTELLieaENCEB; TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1881. SsMum InfetUgencer. TUESDAY KVXNINQ. MAY 31, 1981. IN ARABIA. " Cheese thou between !" and te bis enemy The Arab chiefs brawny hand displayed, Wliereln, like moonlight en a aullen sea, Gleamed the gray clmeter'seaamaled Made. " Cheese thou between death at my hand and thiae! Clese In my power, my vengeance I may wreak. Yet hesitate te strike. A bete like mine Is noble still. Theu hast thy cheesing speak!" And Ackbar steed. About him all the band That hailed his captor chieftain, with grave eyes, Ills answer waited, while that heavy hand Stretched like a bar between him And the skies. Straight In the lace before him Ackbar sent A sneer of scorn, and raised lite noble head ; " strike !" and the desert monarch, as content, Rebung the weapon at his girdle ied. Then Ackbar uear crept and lilted high. Ills arms toward the heaven se tar and blue Wherein the sunset rays began te die While o'er the band a deeper alienee grew. "Strike! I ...

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

Ik Telime XVnNe. 233. LANCASTER A., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. 1881 Ptfee Tw Onte. CZ.OJ.MUfO, VlOtKJtWMAMt, AC. OUXKTOMG MEWI LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, ;TIIE sniKTMAKEll, we. sc jsektu ukii.n stkkkt, tmpektant anxeiinckm knt. Te lay we open :i lull line of Sprint; unil S u miner Goods for Men's Wear, which has never Ijccii eclipsed in this city eruny house in t tic country ler quality, style ami high toned character. We cliiiiu superiority ever anything vc handled lieterc during " our experience of ouurtcret u century in business, and our reputation in established ter keeping the finest goods in our line. Our opening te-day in an invoice et Novel ties captured from the wreck of u large Bosten house, whose failure has precipi tated these goods oil the market tee late in the season and consequently at a sacrifice, se they art: within reach el all desiring u first-class urtlclcutu moderate pi ice. The consignment Inclmles a full line or t lie c...

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. — 1 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELUGENCEIW WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1881 . lancastet intelbgencec WEDNESDAY EVENINO. JUNE 1, 1881. "Left." In the expressive language of the street Messrs. Conkling and Piatt are "badly left." They seem te have quite ever reached themselves and their defeat is very well assured. Their fate illustrates that nothing is se uncertain as political events and that nothing succeeds like success. The example of the Penn sylvania contest no doubt stiffened the independent Bepublicansef New Yerk. They received greater encouragement, however, from the premises of the ad ministration te stand by them and the ability which Mr. Blaine has shown te control the patronage te support and re ward these who staud by him in his war witli his old enemy. That he secretly gave out his premises of this during the deadlock in Pennsylvania is no longer a matter of cenGdence ; and that it held the deadlock fast is a matter of easy calculation. Mr. Conkling or Mr. Cameren dispensing the federal off...

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. — 1 June 1881

?w,' LANCASTER DAILY. INTELIIGMOER TEDNJeSt)At, JGNE 1, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OCR KIXJULAB CORRESPONDENCE. Emanuel Fry's condition is unchanged. Most of tbe Columbia doctors arc at Lancaster te-day. Mrs. Clement M. Brown, of Pliiladel jibia, is en a visit te her mother, Sirs. Cel. James Myers, at Norwood. Canicress will be here en next Tuesday night under the auspices of Gen. Welsh Iest, Ne. 118, O. A. R. Rev. E. J. Wolfe, D. D., or Gettysburg theological seminary, will officiate en next Sunday morning and evening in the . E. Lutheran church. While here he will be tbe guest of Mr. F. A. Bennett A congregational meeting of the E. E. , Lutheran church will be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening, in the church build ing, te take into consideration the ques tion of electing a pastor te fdl the vacancy caused by the resignation of Rev. F. W. Staley. A full meeting is requested. The fair for the benefit of the lady's eidcr of the Heme Communion, has closed alter a net very successful run. Al...

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. — 1 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, JUHE 1, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1881. 'The Nellie Tree." A Metker who Believes that It Is ?JJf,- tted M Tlnaes toy her OansMer's Spirit. ' An elm tree upon the rasan drive in Prapert park, Brooklyn, near tee battle path, has been marked by apeliihhd plate which bears the word "Nellie." It is a shapely tree, and stands in a favorable position te attract the attention of these driving through the park. The tree is the favorite in the park of Mrs. Heward, of Columbia Heights, whose husband was or the firm of Heward, Sanger & Ce., aad she obtained the permission of the park commissioners te have the plate nut. nnen its trunk in memory e her damrhter jxeiue, dv wuem n admired. Mrs. Heward was also mnch and Miss Nellie took morning drives te nlwavR RtnnTMxl their the park and nli.inten beneath the shade of this elm. They became attached te the tree and often spoke of it, and when they separated wrote of it te ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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