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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1881

. . Volume XVIINe. 239 LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1881 PrieetTwe Cents: . . : ' r , Sk lmtpiMM clejiiinu, underwear, c. OOMKTIIlriG NEW) LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, Jkr- ERISMA3TS, THE SHIItTJIAKEK, MO. 5C NOKTII OUKRN STKKET, T MIHHSTANT ASSOBNCKJIKNT. T-il:iy wi1 ejicii :i lull line of Spring and .Suiniiicr Goods Ter Men's Wear, wliicli lias net i:r been eclipsed in this city ernny house in tin: country ter quality, style anil 4tigli toned character. Wc claim superiority ever anything c hamlled bclore during ou j experience el quarter et a century In hiisiui hs, and our reputation is established ler keeping tin; flnett goods In eui line. tiir opening te-day is un invoice et Novel Nevel lieu captured from tin: wreck of a large ISosteu house, whose failura has precipi tated tlie.se goods en the market tee late in ll;e '-cain and consequently ut A sacrlllce, mi tliey are within reach el all desiring u Iirl-cla.sb article at a moderate price. T...

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. — 8 June 1881

.-riitrm LANCASTER JDAILTf iJStLLiGENOEft, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1881. I 15 ! mr lncastet Intelligencer. WKDNKSDAT KVEtttNO, JUNE 8 181. The HUlenviUe Case. The authorities of the Millersville school tell us that the rule promulgated by Dr. Brooks en Friday, prohibiting public criticism of the school, was adopted en the previous day ; ajid we are further advised that the faculty has authority te prescribe the rules for the school's government. This being se, Dr. Brooks's promulgation of the rule en Friday must be conceded te have had the force of authority ; but it does net seem te have been understood by the students that the rule bad been enacted by the faculty and net simply by Dr. Brooks. Uer was it announced in such a way as te give it the force of a regularly and properly established rule. They ap pear te have a very Blip-shed way of ad ministering things at Millersville. At any ether institution the rules would be properly engrossed and conspicuous. ly posted up. Probably it wou...

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. — 8 June 1881

LANCASTER DAiLY INTELUGENUER JrjteNIiAY, jfaNE 8. 1881. cut and part of Lis right car was cut off and he has died. Edw. Mullen, of Tiedyflrin, awoke and liudiug that his wife Elizabeth had left the bed, buspected that something was wrong. Arising he found bleed en the fleer. And following the track he seen discovered his wire lying prostrate in the yard, the bleed (lowing from two ugly gaping wounds in her threat which seen caused her death. She was aged 70 and of unsound mind. The work of extending the Wilmington & Northern railroad te the Delaware river his commenced, and workmen are new employed in grading the read bed near ueiaware J unction. Hannah Jehn, aged 25 years, living with Jehn Geuldcr, West Bradford township, Chester county, came near taking her own life by cutting her threat with a dull butcher kuifc. The woman was found in the orchard in a bleeding condition and premised te never de it again. A hammer in the Harrisburg car works, weighing 2,500 pounds, recently c...

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. — 8 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY. grfgCCffi. TyFJDNESDAY, JUKE 8, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. WXDMB8DA.T SVSNIN9, JUNK 8, W8L Pea-liar AccMejrts. Cern cakes made from dough tbat "Lad steed ever night in a elated crockery dish poisoned an entire New Albany, Iud., family recently. The fire-year-old child of Abraham Kline, of Mt Pleasant. Pa., was strangled te death by getting its bead wedged be tween the piekets of a fence. When the boiler exploded in tha saw. mill near Oakland. Md., the fireman, Mar shall Butler, was blown across the Yough Yeugh Yough iegbeny river and 700 feet through a thick et, and buried, head foremost, under an old leg. In Terente an escaped bullock made for the Den river, followed by two drovers. Just as they had entered th'e stream the beast turned, caught ene of the men named Stein, flung him into the water and held him there until he drewned. Holten B. Shaw, of Falmouth, Ky., swallowed a pin while playing football. Sinee then be has had a pain in the breast, and has no ap...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1881

Hjje mrt eK lits,4i Felnve XVII-fle. 240. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1881 Prfce Tw Crate. CLOTMMXU, UNDERWSAK, C OOMKTHIriG MEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. ' SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAWS, ;tiie siiirtmaker, NO. SO NORTH gUKKX 8TKKET, Cr' etiiim:, &c. Wc respectfully unnetincc te our cus tomer :tnl the trade generally that our assortment et SUMMER CLOTHING is complete and will he kepi se through the season. We are adding something new te our. stock every l:iy, ami with new goods ceuie new pi ices. TheOlH) SUIIS have been marked lewu te such price an te Iiimum a speedy .sale. The first thing you think aheut when tin; wcsithi'i i.s warm, after yen have your underclothing i.s a STRAW HAT, and just here w e want our name te sug gest ilt-cll. WILLIAMSON & FOSTER, ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36-33 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. PA. S1 nciNi: i'i:mns H. GERHART'S New 'Meil MMm Ne. 6 East King Street. I have just completed tilling up one el the Finest Tailoring Establishme...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 188L Metktds ef (Javerameat. We believe that once before new, in the Langan matter, we had occasion te criticise and condemn the conduct of Dr. Brooks. That was his individual act and it is net new defended by him or his friends. Se that we may consider that the position we took en that occa sion is conceded te have been substan tially right. Evidently, at least, Dr. Brooks and the Millersville faculty did net consider it te have been maliciously taken, as in the presentation of their present case in our columns yesterday by one of the professors we are conceded te "deservedly have a high reputation for honesty and liberality in discussing public questions." That reputation we sedulously en deavor te merit ; and with it one also for frankness. We aim te form a sound view en every public question proper for discussion and te express it, whoever it may hurt. A second time within t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1881

LANCASTERJBA1LY .INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, JONE 9, 1881. 1 j MILLERSVILLE. XHK KXCITKMKNT SIMMERING DOWN. A beat seventy Students leaving Scheel Tnelr Sympathizers net Suspended. At the Millersville normal school yes tcrday afternoon there was au informal meeting of a number of the trustees and a conference with the faculty. Among the former present were Messrs A. M. Frantz, J. W. Frantz, Jehn B. War fel, Jehn M. Stehmau and Geerge K. Reed. A free interview was ac corded by them te representatives of the Philadelphia Pre and of the Intei. ligekceil Dr. Brooks repeated substan tially the statement which appeared in our columns yesterday from the standpoint of the faculty ; he has no fears or auy serious impairment of the school's usetulness by the present revolt, and while it takes away some geed students whose departure occasions regret, the school will also be purged of a demoralizing clement : he believed in the coeducation of the sexes and it has been a marked success here ; the di...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILUJOTETI.TGENCER, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1881. jjer GOODS. TMArjilZMS' aviut. Lancaster intelligencer. MEDICAL. CLOTMUTB. N" ;T UOOK TO THE COURT BOUaE. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 188L FARMER AMD GARDENER. Ike First ThlBBiBC-Uat of FralL Gcrmantewn Telegraph. Pear-growers should bear in mind that the time is at hand when they most be thinking abeat thinning-eat their crops, This year-will probably require it mere thoroughly than most years, because the yield premises te be very heavy, and if the trees are allowed te overbear they may net recover from it for two, three, or four years. We have had trees which took five years te restore them te their original vigor and productiveness. De net be afraid that you will lese even in quantity by a free thinning-out. We have at times re moved at least three-fourths of the crop, and found afterward that the crop would have withstood mere with advantage, lue varieties of pears'mest liable te overbear are the Belle Lucrative, Lawrence, Ot...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1881

Semtfate i'Mw- Velnine XYII-Ne. 241. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1881 Priee Twe Cmih. dbx ttKAT CLOSING SALE. STRAWBRIDGE fc CLOTHIER ANNOUKCK A GREAT CLOSING SALE SEASONABLE DET GOODS, Which commenced May 26 and will be continued daring JUNE, JULY AMD AUGUST. After a highly successful season the last days of May find us with a stock aggre gating about A MILLION OF DOLLARS and much tee large in certain descriptions of goods, which, though seasonable and Highly desirable new, may net be se another season ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FUTURE, looking te the extension of of our businflss and the enlargement of facilities for its con venient transaction, also render it desirable that this stock should be speedily and greatly reduced. We propose, therefore, te offer extensive aud very unusual inducements te the pcople te take from us during the next ninety days the greater portion of the above amount. The bargains offered are in everyone of our THIRTY-FOUR DEPARTMENTS. Our organization and m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1881

h' t LANCASTER DAILI USTKLLlGENCEfc, FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY XVXMINO, JUNE 10, 1881. The Bat Wrk erGeed Mch. TheLegislatureef Pennsylvania, which has just adjourned, has net earned the award, " Well done, geed and faithful servants,!' as indeed it is net the habit of our Legislatures te de ; hut this one was quite exceptional in its ability te de its work well, and it is especially disap pointing te find that men who were ca pable of being geed legislators could make no better record for themselves than their predecessors from whom nothing very geed could have been reasonably expected. The 'leswn.te that we must leek beyond the mental capacity of men te discover proper material for our law-makers. What that body as a whole especially seemed te need was common sense. A great deal has been charged against .the, honesty of its mem bers, bat very little has been proven, and in this particular they will probably compare favorably enough with the usual class...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OL'K ICEGUK.AU cokkkstesuknce, The teachers' examination is being con tinued te-day. The Westminster presbytery meets lierc te-day. Council meets this evening. 3!iss Warren, of Cincinnati, O., is the guebt of her uncle, Mr. W. G. Pinker Pinker Ien. A rait which escaped from Marietta last niht or this morning at an early hour is ledged en a bridge pier near the iron span. A fctrawberry festival was given last evening in the E. E. Lutheran church lec ture room. Messrs. Elias II. and Isaiah W. Sneath arc home from Lebanon Valley college. A Pert Deposit railroad engine and a Heading coal car collided near Locust street this morning. The engine was net huit, but the car was pushed te one side and the track with it. Just new the chief point of interest is the river which has been steadily rising .since yesterday aud which at this writing, marks three or four feet above low water mark. The wharves from the coal chutes down...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1881. T Lancaster intelligence!. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10,1881. The Art of War. as Velly Explained by Mark Twain. At the late reunion of the Army or the Potomac in Hartferd, te the regular toast. " The benefit of judicious training," Mr. Samuel L. Clcmmens, (Mark Twain) responded as fellows : - Let but the thoughtful civilian Instruct the soldier In. bin amies, ami the victory is sure." Marltn fUrquhar Tapper en the Art of War. Mb. Chaibscan: I gladly join with my 'fellow-townsmen in extending a hearty welcome te these illustrious generals and these war-ficarrel soldier of the republic This is a proud day for us, and, if the sin cere desire of our hearts has been ful filled it has net been an unpleasant day for them. I am in full accord, sir, with the sentiment of the toast, for I have al ways maintained with enthusiasm that the only wise and true way is ter the soldier te fight the battle and the unprejudiced civilian te tell him hew t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1881

if$ntzllQmM t wfe$bt Volume XVII-Ne. 242 LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 11. 1881 Price Tw Cents.. m DBT S' DMHKft GOODS. -AT- JOHN WANAMAKERS , PHILADELPHIA. rVKEKS GOODS. XJ Our dress uoeds ham Our dress goods haw been mest heavily drawn upon new for three months, ami et course many herts arc iron altogether, such as could net be replaced, Hut the stock is still very heavy. kept ee by continual bU3'ing. Why, we sell almost our whole stock every month in the active time. Th-uiekest store isn't It the one te II ml the bc-t things In ? JOHN WANAMAKER. Nine counters. Thirteenth street entrance. BLACK DKESS GOODS. A hhift gives us a liltlu mere room for inenadiiic- grenadines plain ami figured. The ilaiu ate few and the figured many; hut hieli most need room is a question. All black geed are together in a very small hitucf ; an uncommon stock loe. " JOHN WANAMAKER. Nwt outer circle, Chestnut street entrance. J A I I E.S' RUTTONS : " j Tear), metal, beaded and plain brechc. jet, bieel-iH...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY ltfttiLUG'ENCElfi, SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 11, 1881. MIUersTllle Ceiaeatiea. We print tbe sharp comment of " H." upon tbe Millersville management, be cause it comes from one of our most highly esteemed readers and furthermore expresses the sentiment that is heard upon every hand. As we are informed by one of tbe professors that their action has net been hastily taken but is the re sult of their well considered judgment, it is well that they should be thoroughly given te understand hew entirely differ ent is the view taken by the outside pub lic of the propriety of the restrictions placed upon the intercourse of tbe male and female students,, in an institution which practices the co-education of the sexes and applauds it en the ground that the presence of each has a beneficial in fluence en tbe ether, in the development of character, winch is caused by the re liance necessarily placed upon the stu dents' conscience and ...

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

LANCASTEk DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK ICIXJULAK CORKKSPONUKJiCE. At last evening's meeting of council the finance coumittee report showed tbe re ceipts, including a balance of $987.05 te be $13,554.28 and the expenditures te be $12,401.03, leaving a balauce of $1,090.25. The lire committee reported their action at Reading in relation te the repairs of the Columbia engine, which has been shipped, te the Spawn & Dennisseu manufacturing company, and that a machine for oiling hose had been examined, and the commit tee recommended that one of these ma chines be purchased for the use of the Co lumbia fire department. The gas and water committee reported that with a few exceptions the water plugs and lamps were in getwl condition. The exceptions were etdcred te be attended te. The sanitary committee reported having had two thou sand notices printed calling attention te section 3 of the erd inance relating te health, pissed May !), 18GC, and having a ...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILt INTELLIGENCES, SATUKDAY. JUNE 11, 1881. viancacitr intelligencer. SATURDAY STONING, JUNK 11, IBM. AUNT XAKCYV MIND ON THE SUBJECT And this is the new New Testament, A nd 'tJa come In the tweet e the year. When the fields are shining In cloth-of-geld. And the birds are singing be clear; And eyer and into the grand old text. Reverent and thoughtful men. Through many a summet and wlnter.paat, Hare been peering with book and pen. Till they're straightened the moods and tenses out. And dropped each obsolete phrase. And softened the strong, old-fashioned words Te our daintier modern ways ; Collated the ancient manuscripts, Particle, verb and line, And faithfully done their very best Te Improve the book divine. 1 haven't a doubt they have clone It well, But it is net c'.ear te mc That we needed the trouble it was te them, On cither side of the nea. I cannot help It, a thought that comes Yeu knew I am old and plain But it seems like touching the ark el Ged, And the touch te ...

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

9e Jkttf aftera fntdliaehi& j ijt Volume XYlINe. 243 LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 13. 1881 Price Tw Cent- xr S1 DMMEK UUUDS. JOHN WANAMAKERS , PHILADELPHIA. T)K "jCRS goods. ,, Our dress goods have been most heavily .mwn upon new for three months, ami et eeuic iiiitny ei ts are gnu altogether. Mich lis could net lie replaced, liut the Hteck in still Very heavy, kept e by continual buying. U'tiy, we sell almost our whole htecl; evcrv fcneiilli in theaetive time. The iiickc.it store isn't it the one te llnil the best thingi in? JOHN WAXAMAKKR. Nine counters, Thirteenth btrect eiitranee. BLACK DRKSS GOODS. A hhift gives us a little mere room for grenadines grenadines plain ami figured. The plain are few and the ligurcd many; but which most need room is a qiiPMien. All black geed nie together in a very suiull hpace ; an uncommon block tee. JOHN WANAMAKKU. JSextreutcr circle. Chestnut street entrance. LADIES' MUTTONS : 1'eurl, metal, beaded and plain brechc. jei, steel-point, ivory, ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1881

LANCASTER BAIL? INTELLIGENCER MONDAY. JUNE 13. 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE.13, 1881. Legislative filuieren. The Philadelphia Times has been in vestigating the amount of the services rendered the state by the employees of the Legislature, and flnds that out of twenty-five persons holding various positions about the state capital, who were appointed from Philadelphia, nine performed some service, and these were generally pages ; " of the remaining six teen a few put in an occasional appear ance, some employed substitutes at lower wagec and some did net even make a pretence of earning the salaries which they drew." These men were the henchmen . of particular senators or representatives, and get their 4 places in reward for their political and personal service rendered them. The doorkeeper of the Senate, the chief messenger of the Heuse, assistant messengers of both houses, firemen and clerks, were among these who did no service, while punctu ally drawing their l...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1881

I i LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER -MONDAY, JONE 13, 1881. KKII.ES and fridy. iMKy-Vallylng of the Committee or Seven. The iavcstigatiug committee of the Re publican beard of return judges of the late primary election met in Grant ball tins morning at 10 o'clock. Present Messrs. Frank Musselman, chairman, Stiasburg : Sam'l Evans, secretary, Co lumbia ; Jacob Halbacb, Second ward, city ; W. S. Burns, Seventh ward, city : J. 1'. Albright, East Denegal ; Geerge A. Wallace, East Earl. Mr. Halbacb offered tbe following reso lutions, which were read and adopted seriatim : Reunited, That the president aud vice picsidcut of the return beard produce and deliver te this committee all returns, tally papers aud poll books in their posses sion. llcselted, That the jude of LewerIt. Jey township, IJrcucmau's school house, be requested te produce before the com mittee the return, tally jwpcr, poll book and tickets of the primary election held in that district at the next meeting of the committee, te...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1881. icastcr Intelligencer. VC MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1881. Tobacco. heed Leaf and Havana. U. P. Tobacco Journal. The closing remarks in our last week's lepert-were: "Judging from the 'invest ment' spirit with which jobbers, as well as manufacturers, are imuuuu, muuci ku.&m sales of '80 tobacco will take place short ly " and further large sales have taken place. Ne less than 3,000 cases of '80 Pennsylvania changed hands this -week, the bulk of it being taken by manufac turers. A sale of 1,400 cases created quite a burprise. It was te a manufacturing firm which heretofore was estimated as but a medium-sized one, possessing neither much capital nor extensive manufacturing facilities. A sale of 1,400 cases, there fore, te such a concern was a novelty. These familiar with the conditions of the nlz sale say that the tobacco was sold subject te an agreement that 100 cases be delivered each month. This way of doing business is calculat...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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