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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 June 1881

t mJi a$te$ Volume XVII Ne. 249. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 20. 1881. Price Twt (nu m glJntcllieiciuci VLOTULNU. OOMKTHlriG SEW! ZAC' TJIItEAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S,. THE SHIBT3IAKEB, NO. 50 KOKTU JUKfc.N STKKKT, 1 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-lay uc ejten u full line of Spring and .Summer Uoeds for Men's Wear, which has im'vit Imjcii eclipsed in tlila city or any house in the country ter quality, style and high toned diameter. We claim superiority nvcr anything wc handled betore during our experience of quarter et a century In ItutdiH'tw, and our reputation is established ter keeping the flncbt goedii in our line. Our opening te-day is an invoice et Novel Nevel tie captured from the wreck of a large ISiriteu hetmc, w hose failure has precipi tated t lic.-tc goods en tlie market tee late in tin season and consequently at a sacrifice, mi they are within reach of all desiring a lirst-class urticle at a moderate price. " Tlie consignment Includes...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAllfc ixSTELLlGENCEK MONDAY, JUNE 20. 1881. & Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY BVXNINQ. JUNE 20, 1881. Tw r KM. The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Timet is a close friend of Blaine a government appointee by his favor, we believe. Se it maybe regarded as significant that in one paragraph of his Sunday letter he accuses Sherman of coldness and even secret hostility te the administration ; and in the very next intimates that pursuit of the star route thieves may be relaxed te gives opper tunity te hunt down the rascals who burrowed in the treasury under Sher man like mice in a cheese, who stele the public -money under pretense of trading horses for the department, who get a dozen overcoats for Jehn Sherman's men servants and had them charged as bil liard cloth for covering desks, who did the work en Sherman's new house with government hands and out of govern ment material, who furnished all his pri vatetanehes out , of the' department contingent fund, and in...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER itiONDAYi JUNE 20. 1881. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. NEWS FliOH NEIGHBORING TOWNS. Price Figbt at Marietta Tbe Feartta " la Ubtz. waits continue te arrive at Jlarietta inl considerable numbers and a goodly nam eer mere are expected before tbe low water reason sets in. A prize light took place at the lower end of Marietta en Saturday night be. tween a man named Miller and another known as "Shorty" McCleskey. After fighting fifteen minutes McCleskey was de clarcd the winner. Miller was fearfully bruised about the face and head. Lititz Items. It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Walker Geitner, son of Clem ent Geitner, residing en Main street, aged about 21 years. He died rather suddenly en Saturday morning, having been sick but a few days. Yeung Geitner, two weeks age, returned from an extensive traveling tour, having been as far west as Lcadville, Colerado, and as far south as New Orleans, from which latter place he came direct home. His demise...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE. MbNDAY, JUNE 2U, 1881. cirasuet intelligencer. WO.. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1881. TOBACCO. SEED LKAF ASD HAVANA. Last Week's New Yerk Observations. Journal. An excellent spirit prevails, though transactions in new leaf were net as num erous as during the week previous. The hales of '80 Pennsylvania number 1,000 rases, at nriccs varying from 1G te 19 cents. About 1,000 cases of '80 Wiscon sin, Havana seed, were albe sold, mostly te one larfec city cigar manufacturing firm. In old tobacco .we note sales of about 1C00 cases, mostly 79 Pennsylvania, at 18 te 23 cents ; fillers 8 cents. The prospects of a quick and profitable business in '80 tobacco continues. Havana Market moderately active. Sales 700 bales, partly '79, partly '80, at former figures. Trade Nete. L?al. The general impression is that the best sale of the season was made the ether day by Mr. Ililke te the lire insuraucc cerapaj Dies. Mr. Fred. Schulz took his departure for Lancaster en Tuesda...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 June 1881

jjJntclliqciuTr SCIjje wtfakf LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 21. 1881. Friee Twt Gnta. Volume XVII-Ne. 250 CLOTHING. OOMKTHlrtG NEW I ACJS THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAITS, THE SIIIRTMAKER, NO SO KOBTB O.UKEN STHEI.Y, TMrOKTAVT ANNOUNCKMKNT. Te-ilay we open a full line: or Spring and Summer Goods for Men' Wear, which has never been eclipsed In this city erany house in the country ter ua!ity, style anil high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before during our experience of quarter et a century in huxinesa, and our reputation Is established ter keeping the linetd goods in our line. Our eiicniug te-day Is an invoice et Novel ties captured from the wreck of a large liosten house, wiiems failure has precipi tated these goods en the market tee late In the reason and consequently at a sacrifice, se they are within reach et all desiring a llrst-class article at a moderate pi ice. The consignment includes a full line et the cel ...

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. — 21 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JUNE 21. 1881. Lancaster intelligence!:. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNEJ21, 1881. Is Whisky a CUf DrUk. Governer Tem Yeung of Ohie, is a very humble man, indeed ; a deal tee humble oramantebe,letaloneagovernor. He writes te General Grant that he is " pained te read" in tbenewspapers that Grant in an interview took " occasion te allude te me as a liar." And he declares " I loved you as a soldier, and I still admire yen as a man, and your as sertion new that I havelied about you, or I want te ' belittle' you, is both unkind and unjust te me. There is but one man in this great nation who could ever suc ceed in belittling the great soldier and statesman of whom our nation is justly proud, and that man is net your humble friend, That is very sweet in Governer Yeung. He " still admires" a man who publicly " alludes" te him as a liar, but ventures te express an opinion that such allusion is " unkind and unjust" te one who is his " humble friend" and has been h...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 June 1881

. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JUNE 2L 1881. ABSCONDED. A Landlord Itorrew Meney, and Leaves Ills Family. Geerge Dennis, proprietor ,of the Wash ington house, Manhcim, and formerly bar tender at the Fraukin house, this city, and of a hotel in Neflfeville, appears te have absconded and taken with him con siderable sums of -ether people's money. He left his home in Manhcim en Friday and drove te Lancaster with a horse . and carriage. lie made several purchases in this city, among them being a trunk from Edw. Schaefler, a suit of clothes from Al. Hesenstein, for which he gave him a check for $25, payable en Monday. He bought a hat from Shultz & Bre. and tendered in payment a check for $12, receiving the balance in cash. He sold his lyjrse and carriage for $140, and stated te some of his friends that he wa-i going te Califor nia, though he asked Mr. SchaciTer te pur chase him a ticket for Baltimore. On Saturday he left this city for parts un known. Since he laf. it has bee...

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. — 21 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 11881 .ivattcasrcr intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1881. THE LEAF. FROM THE ntRICU OF ARKAULT. Fer Uie Irtxtxierxcer. Peer withered leal", where dost tlien go, Severed cruelly from thy twig? It said, I de net knew : My lone support, se much abused, The monarch oak, se proud and tall. The wind has tern and bruised. By bis uncertain, fickle breath The north wind or the gentle breeze New carry me te death. Frem weed te plain, all through the day, Frem mountain into humid dale, lie hurries me away. I fellow him, all far and near. Without a murmur or complaint ; lie leads me without fear. I go where leaves et roses blew. Where the laurels bloom, lade and die : I go where all things go. II. B. S. m ' " "BILLY THE KID. " A Bey Desperado's Apalllng Recerd of Crime. Cleveland Leader. The de'mes of a noted boy desperado, known by the euphonious title of "Billy the Kid, " have been frequently chronicled in the telegraphic columns. "Bill...

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. — 22 June 1881

31)je mfak vllA4V Velnme XTO-Ne. 251. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1881. Price Tw Carta. CLOTHING. OOSUSTHlifG NEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, THE SHIRTMAKER, NO. SO NORTH QUKKN STREET, TMI'ORTAM ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day we open a lull line or Spring ana Summer Goods for Men's Wear, which ha9 never been eclipsed in this city or any house in the country ter quality, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before 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 Itosten house, whose failure has precipi tated these goods en the market tee late in the reason and consequently at a sacrifice, se they arc within reach et all desiring a lirstrclass article at a moderate pi ice. The consignment includes a full line et the cel b rated Talame...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1881

LANCASTER IUILY INTELLIGENCER? WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1881. Lancaster intdtigencet. WEDNESDAY KVEN'G, JUNE 23,1881. The Bessemer Steel Imposition. While the iron furnaces and rolling mills of the country are working en a very near margin of profit, and many of them even at a less, the Bessemer tteel mills are making money very rapidly. Their stocks are selling at treble their par value and they all are paying heavy dividends, while each is accumulating a large surplus, and moreover is spend ing money like water in increasing its facilities of manufacture. The Penn sylvania steel works, near Harrisburg, with its stock selling at about $300 per share and a treasury overflowing with a surplus of ever two millions, has an army of men employed in enlarging its works. The Edgar Thomsen, near Pittsburgh, which has just finished erect ing three blast furnaces that turn out the largest product of any furnaces in the country, about three thousand tens a week, consumes it all in its steel works, ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY; INTELLIGENCER WHttESDAY, JONE 22, 1881. ted the church as a whole, he said he did net mean that. This same official in formed us that in this, as in all ethers, there are always a few whose contentions disturb the rest, and considers the lan guage as unjust, ungentlemauly and net in keeping with his vocation. This is said te be the opinion of many in the church, while many held that the contentions were no doubt aggravating te the retiring pas tor, but that the language was somewhat severe ; while ethers agree te let the matter rest where it is for the sake of fu ture peace. As a whole, his remarks have stirred up considerable discussion, which is net only limited within the church itself but among the members el sister congre gations. We have no opinion te offer ; no comment te make, but leave the whole as we received it from official sources. In this connection we might state that a call will be extended te a recent graduate of P. & M. seminary, who has filled...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY BVEN'O, JUNE 22, 1681. Tke Sew Trespass Lair. Germantown Telegraph. The following act passed the Legisla ture en the 6th inst., in regard te tres passing upon farms, gardens, &c., and being signed by the governor is new a law. It supersedes ether imperfect laws upon the subject. It will doubtless meet the approval el every owner of property and every geed citizen, whether he is a property-holder or net. And new that its previsions are in full accord with public sentiment, we recommend every person suffering from trespassers, which is one of the greatest nuisances and evils te which property-owners are subjected, te execute the laws against all who wilfully trespass upon their premises for improper pur poses. The following are the previsions : Section 1. That any person or persons who shall wilfully enter or break down, through or ever any field, orchard, garden or yard fence, het-bed or g...

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. — 23 June 1881

9b zQmfak& LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1881. Price Twe Cfeita. Volume XVII-Ke. 252. VLOTUlNti. OOMKTIIlriO KEVt XAG'JS THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATIIEK-WEIti IIT DR A WE KS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, THE SITJItTMAKEIl, NO. SO NOKTII CjUKKN STKKKT, c I.OTIIINO, AC. Tim 1 ntki-Mukncxi: :i short limciie jjavc :i very brlcl though geed dccrip dccrip lien ol'eur Imsiiic-s. Hut never in the history el" the heii-ic liavi: we ucidu such redact inns in thuprices el our CLOTHING :is new. Seme el il has been ma: Iced low:i l(t per cr.nL, some 15 per cu:il. and some i5 per cent, he if you need any thinxulull iu CLOTHIM2 ler eurscll or hey.--, conic and sec what wc ureon'er ureen'er inuallhc picscnt time. The Odd Pants and Tests auk ski.uni; vuiiy cheap. because llicv :iic odd. & ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 3G-38 EAST KING STREET, I.ANCASTKi:. PA. ctritiNt; ei'kninc: H. GERHART'S Kini I Ne. G East King Streot. 1 have just ntiiI'l il titling iii one el Uu' PiiicM Taileiim; Establishments te 'ic l...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1881. Lancaster Jntelltgencet. THURSDAY' EVENING, JUNE 23, 1881. Te FUrM. Ererglaaes. The state oWlerida is said te have sold four million acres of her Everglade swamp lands te a Philadelphia specula tor, and the transaction excites attention by its number of acres although the price said te have been paid, twenty-five cents an acre, materially modifies the masnitude of the dicker. The land at present is useless, being in fact net land but water, but it is supposed that it can be turned into dry land by drainage. Ttie natural reflection is that, if there is any possibility of this, it is an improve ment which should be undertaken by the state itself. It is a melancholy confes sion of poverty and lack et enterprise in the people of Flerida te transfer se great a public work te the hands of foreign speculators ; and the suspicion is natural that the state officials who are induced te de it are paid for their complaisance. Such a chance ...

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. — 23 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY; INTELttGMCEfc T6tJSDAt JCNE 23, 1881. COLUMBIA DEWS. OUK ItKCUI.AU COKKESPONDKNCE. Xew potatoes arc vcrycbeap-and plenty, ranging in price from $1.00 te $1.25. The Columbia (ire company will held their annual picnic in Heise's weeds en July 4.. Miss Madge Ramsay, of Lebanon, is in town ou a visit te Miss Jesie Patten. The Gcrmau Sutbern Sunday school is holding its picnic te day in Heise's weeds. Herbert BuIIard, a railroader en the Pennsylvania railroad, had a new beat sent te bim yesterday. It is very light and handsome, and was made in Marietta. Twe new railroad cars, of Western make, passed through here this morning en the 8:30 train, for Philadelphia. A new slate reef is being put en the Reading & Columbia engine house of this place. The new and latest improved celTce mill, in the Shawnee lolling mill will be started next Monday morning. Last evening a young bay en Fifth street had bis right hand badly burned by the bursting of a toy pistol. The modec engin...

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. — 23 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY BfTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 188:. Receipt fer Making Currant Wine. The currants should be. fully ripe when picked ; put them into a large tub, in which they should remain a day or two, then crush with the hands, unless you have a small patent wine press in which they should net be pressed tee much, or the stems will be bruised and impart a disagreeable taste te the juice. If the hands arc used, put the crushed fruit after the juice has been poured off, in a cleMi or sack and press out the juice. Put the juice back into the tub after re moving any stems, skins or seeds remain ing, where it should be left about three days, until the first stage of fermentation is ever, and removing enci or twice a day .the scum copiously arising te the top. Then before putting the juice in a vessel a demijohn, keg or barrel any size te suit the quantity made : Te each quart of juice add Three pounds of the best yellow suga...

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. — 24 June 1881

je pwxldl fnMlig Volume XYHNe. 253. LANCASTER, PA.,. FRIDAY, JUNE 24 1881. Price Twe Cents. (Kb vIlAvV JtBY D UKSS GOODS. NEW DRESS -AT- TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. One or the finest buntings we knew of (if it had a border, it would be a nun's veiling), which we hare neld up te within a week at $1, in new 00 cents. Hew it get te CO cents is one of th curiosities of the trade. It is made, right here in PhHaclcl pui.i, of the finest foreign wool ; w buy of the maker; and scll at a profit; 44 inch, at CO cents. Next-outer circle. Chestnut Btrcut intruuce. Canten pongees, very light color and extraordinary quality, $9.50 and $10.50 for 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly a 55 ccntfi. Bienzes, 75 cents ami $1 ; bronze satin raei vcillcux, $2.25 ; brenze damasses, S1.50. . Millinery (lanvutsus at 73 cents, all silk ; used hIke for dresses. All silk colored damasses 75 cents. Black damasscs, $1.50. Bennet black silks a liflU off. Ameri can black silk $1.35. Jikick surah, light, 24-iueh...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILT INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, JUNE 24 1881. ftanrastrc intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1881. The President Ceavlcteder Bribery. A few days age Rebert H. Straban, an eminent lawyer of New Yerk and a state senator, testified before the legisla tive committee which is new investigat ing the alleged corruption in the election of a United States senator from New Yerk, that Jehn I. Davenport, the noto rious United States supervisor, had tele graphed him te meet him in New Yerk, and had there given him te understand that he was authorized te offer him the office of United States marshal. .Te Strahan's inquiry as te whether he would be expected te act against Senater Conk Cenk ling, Davenport replied affirmatively, saying that he was with the president in the fight and giving Strahan every rea son te believe that he was endeavoring te strengthen Garfield's hands in the strugge with Conkling, and that the marshalship was being used te secure from Conkling the vote of a senato...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 June 1881

LANCASTER BAlLYi INTELLIGENCER ERIDAY JCNE 24, 1881. COLUMBIA HEWS. OUR REGULAR CORKESPONuKNCi: Telephone wires were stretched yester day, and te-day WrightsTille was con nected te the telephone exchange of this place. The faces of the ice dealers leek long en account of this cool weather. Te-day a large private family picnic is being held at lleise's weeds. An excitement was created en Third street last evening by the presence of the striking machine man. Quite a number tried their muscle. The heaviest .striker was a man from the Henry Clay furnace, who struck 1430 pounds. The money made by the Chiqucsaluusa tribe I. O. 11. M., Ne. 3&, at their picnic a week age, is being used in remodeling and refurnishing their meeting 100m. They are trying te hive it furnished by the Fourth of July, when they will threw open their doers for the benefit of the public. Ycstei ilay in the afternoon and evening Officer Ktcih ai rested and committed te the lockup, four persons for drunken aud dis...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1881. w .ancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 24. 1861. 1'laBtfBg for the Petate Bng. Country Gentleman. Wbcn a farmer plants a large field of potatoes his neighbors are apt te rally mm en his care in " providing for the bugs. But in some cases this should be profusely done. In every field of early planted po tatoes a few rows of some late growing variety should be planted en which the bu"s can concentrate after the early vines have died. It docs net need many. The fewer the better, provided they are scat .ri enr.iifh. These late hills should be visited twice a day at least for a week or mere. In this way a friend ofmine last year destroyed literally millions of the bu"-s from his own and neighbor's fields. Panning these late hills is preferable te usiug Paris green, as many of the old beetles would net cat, and would thus es cape. A few hills of Peerless planted as late as July 1 would be green until killed by frost, might ripe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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