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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 June 1881

mfauSteft 'WKX'' i--T ?eIum XTII-Ne. 254. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1881. Prim Twe Ceits. 3k 7m mmmntdltfx -"'rw''V-t''r55W'HBJ!S r b' CLOTH ISO, VSDMlWKAlt, C. OUMKTHlNG NEW: LACE THHEA1) UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAlsrS, THE SHIUTMAKER, NO. SO NOKTIf OUKIlN STREET, T MIOKTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-.Iay ivc open :i lull line of Spring and Summer Geed for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed In tills city or any house in the country ler iti:ility, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before during our experience el quarter et a century in hu-,ineb.i, and our leputatien if established ler keeping the II lies t yoeds 'n our line. Our opening te-day It an invoice et Nevel-lie-, captured from the wieck of a large ilo-ten house, wImmu lailure has precipi tated tlie.-e goods en the market tee lute in the m-obeii uinl consequently at a s-ucrlllcc, se they are within tcucli elall desiring a llit-class article a...

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. — 25 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, JUNE 25; 1881. ILsncastrr f ntdligencet. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1881. Abeat Feels aad Asses. The etber day ia the English Parlia ment a couple of the barons interchang ed in a brief way their 'opinions of one another. Sir William Vernen Ilarceurt said te Lord Randelph Churchill, across the fleer of the Ileuse, " Yeu little ass;" te which Lord Randelph responded, " Yeu damned feel." That is a style of remark in a legislative assembly with which we arc quite familiar en this side of the water, but then our legislators arc net lords. If Sir William and Lord Randelph are te be believed, a legislator may lean ass or a feel, even though he be a knight ; but he certainly ought net te be even though he is. A country te be well governed ought net te be ruled by feels and asses ; and it would be a most excellent thing if they could be elimin ated from among the law-makers. We are net advised that the Parliament took any notice of the allegations of ...

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. — 25 June 1881

"'- v ' '-,- s - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER SATURDAY: JUNE 25, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUIi REGULAR CORRESrOXDlSXCE. Miss Annie Redman, of the Franklin house, was stepped and insulted last night by a ruffian en the bridge this side of Sup p!ce's engine works. She ran into the house of Mr. Smith, who, upon hearing licr story, went in search of the man but could net find him. A Mrs. 3Icntzer, aged 70 years, who lives en Uuieu between Fourth and Fifth streets, was found dead in her bed in a sitting position yesterday afternoon ubeut two o'clock. Deputy Corener Frank held an inquest, rnd a verdict of " died of a hemmerhage" was given. The celics mill squeezer in the Shawnee rolling mill, about which we have before written, will be tried te-nay, and if it works all right will start up en Monday morning with full force. A number of prominent Republicans left town List evening te visit Mr. Sam MattFritly, of MotinWille. The ' striking machine man " was again out last night. Mr. Martin Smit...

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. — 25 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1881. OlMLRVATIOHSOFREV. GABCTCCKEB Yeu may notch it tin de palln's as a mighty res ky plan Te make your Judgment by dc cle'cs dat kiver up a man ; Fer I hardly needs te tell you hew youelten come ercress A fltty dollar saddle en a twenty dollar horse. An', wukin' In dc low-greun's, you dlslnrer as you de, Dat de tines' shuck may hide de xecanea' nub bin in a row : I think a man 1km get a mighty slender chance for Jleben Dat holds en te his piety but one day out ob seven ; Dat talks about de sinners wld a heap e' sol emn chat An' nebber draps a nickel In de nil&slenary hat: Dai's foremost In dc mcetln'-heusc for raisin' nil de chimes. Kut lays as dc his "Hgien vid his Sunday pant aloons ! I nebber judge e' people dat I meets along de way l!y dc places whar dey come turn an' dc houses wbar dey stay ; Fer ile bantam chicken's awiul fend e' roestln' pretty high. An' tic turke...

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. — 27 June 1881

jelmtfa$te I iAvAy V I lAv A- Volume XYH-Ne. 255 LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 2 1881. Price Twe Cwta, (EJ) DRY D KtSS GOODS. NEW DRESS TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. One of the finest buntings we knew of (if it had a border, it would be a nun's veiling), which we have sold up te within a week at $1, is new CO cents. Hew it get te CO cents is one of the curiosities of the trade. It is made, right here in Philadel phia, of the finest foreign wool ; we buy of the maker ; and :,ell at a profit ; 44 iuch, at CO cunts. Next-outer circle, Cliefetnut street entrance. Canten pongees, very light color and extraordinary quality, $9.50 and $10.50 for 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly al 55 cents. Idolizes, 75 cents and $1 ; bronze satin mcrvcilleux, 3.25 ; bronze damasscs, $1.50. Millinery dam::s.ses at 73 cents, all silk ; used also for dresses. All silk colored damasscs 75 cents. Black damasses, $1.50. liennct black silks a fifth oil. Ameri can black silk $1.35. Black surah, light, 24 J -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. — 27 June 1881

vamcssverxr LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, JUNE 27; 1881. Eanrasirr feitelUgencet. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 27, 1881. The WesieiTal CmaeU The comet is tee much for the astron omers, and the astronomers and the comet together are quite tee much for the people. Te have the visitor discov ered by the naked eye in all parts of the country before the wise men had caught it in their telescopes, is such a reflection upon their alertness as te cause them great chagrin ; which is net modified by the fact that they don't knew anything about the thing new that they have seen it. In their perturbation they overwhelm us with a great deal of information about comets in general, which we are compelled te swallow, because we don't known any better, although these stories are marvelous enough te severe ly test our credulity. The comets are se big, their orbits se immense, their speed se terrific and their conduct se ec centric, that we have need of all of our faith te accept the astronomers' talc...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELIIGMCER MONDAY JCffE 27, 1881. Siney Hofier, Wm. UuddclJ, W. F. Jami Jami eon, Jehn S. KauQman, Daniel Leafevcr, Michael Lnidenberger, Tobias Martin. Jelm Myers (2), Reuben Myers, Valentine Nicely, Harvey Rcamsnyder, J. G. Sides, Chas. R. Sharp (2), Jebn . Stencr, Jas. Timlin, A. L. Tayler, Jacob Wake, Lieut. E. E. Weed, W. II. Wrigbt. AXUTBEB FAIR. Fer St. Hary'a orphan Asylum. A fair for tbe benefit of St. Mary's or phan asylum, te be built en the site of the old stone church, was opened in the old stone church en Saturday evening and will be continued every evening this week. The fair will be a very interesting one from the fact that it will be the last entertain ment of the kind held in the venerable structure, which we understand will be tern down next week t make room ler the new structure. The interior of the old church is quite as dilapidated as the exterior. Loekiujj upward the light shines in through the rotten shingle ro.ehug, and the walls are staine...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1881. Uncasrft Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, M81. Tebacce. Last Week's New Verk Jarltet. Lear. Frem the footing of the week's sales, 'which show an aggregate of 5,915 cases, it would appear as if an uncommonly large business had been done. A portion of the reported transfers, however, might properly be credited te the sales of the preceding week. Yet after making this allowance, it is evident from the ligurcs that a steady and geed demand has pre vailed for available growths and varieties since our last review. Large purchases of 1380 leaf were made, and noticeably of Wisconsin Havana seed leaf, the bulk of which was taken by a prominent local cigar manufacturing firm. Messrs. J. S. Gans' Sen & Ce., tobacco brokers, Ne. 131 Water street, report : Business has somewhat quieted down, as was natural should be the case. Large premature transactions iu a crop that is by no means perfect are generally detrf mental te trade, and...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 June 1881

(H) Dattf ateg Velnme XVIINe. 256 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 28. 1881. Priee Twe ftftta. it ur "IVUKSS DS. NEW DRESS TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. One of Ilia finest buntings v.c knew of (if it liail : border, it would be a nun's veiling), which we. have sold up te within a. week ut $1, is new (SO cents. Hew it get te CO rents is one of the curiosities of tin trade. It is made right hCn: in rhil.idd lhia, of the finest foreign wool; we buy of ihe maker; and sell at a piefit, ; H incli, at CO cents. Nc-t-eulcrcllclc, Chci-lnul :,tw'I entrance. Canten pongee., very light color and oxtraeidinury quality, S'.l.eO ami $10.50 for 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly al 55 cents. Unitizes, 75 cents and $1 ; bronze .satin niei veil leu. -, $S.-M ; Inenze dnmasM-s, i.r,e. Millinciy lam..se- at 7.1 cents, all :;ilk ; used also for dresses. All silk colored tlamasses 75 cente. IUack daniassf", 1.50. Hound, black silks a fifth oil. Ameri can black silk I.J1. I'.lack Mir.th. light, '-ill-inc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JUNE 28; 1881. Lancaster intdltgeiirer. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 28, 1881. Newspaper Reticence. The pastor and a number of tlie members of St. Mark's church in Philadelphia have been annoyed re cently by ttie receipt of indecent postal cards and letters, and te-day the Phila delphia newspapers all refer te the inves tigation which has been held into the matter by pesial detectives. We take note of the matter simply te remark upon what lias chiefly struck us ; and that is the conduct of the respec tive journals, in the freedom or reticence which they display in communicating te the public the facts which they have evidently re ceived from the parties who have pursued the inquiry and without any special en terprise of their own. They seem te have been told the facts of public interest with . special injunctions te observe secrecy as te the identity of the guilty party, whom these interested wished te protect from publicity, she being respectably con...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER BAILT INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY- JUNE 28; 1881. OBITUARY. . Death of ;eorge W. Masen. Gceie W. Masen, beu of Jehn Masen of White Herse, Salisbury township, this count v, died after a liiigeimi; illness, from juttmenary consumption, at the residence of his father, at half-past two o'clock this morning, in the 20th year of his age. Mr. .Masen was a jpntig man of fine part-, and i as widely known and highly esteemed, lie was born and educated at White JIer.se, and when net mere than 13 years old bcgati te write for the newspapers, frequently contributing te the columns of the Intelligence! the local news of his neighborhood. A few yenrs later he became au apprentice in this jITicc, with the inlcn inlcn tentieu of learning the trade of printing. He lcinaiticil about two yeat.s and then went te Philadelphia U? take instructions in job punting in the eflice of Raker & Kicking. He icmaiueri tlicic si mouths, or meic, letutned te Lane tfcter and fin ished his tiade in (he old Eipr...

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 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENGEKi TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. - -- - - TUESSAY EVENINO, JUNE28, 1881. EAST END NEWS. THE STOUm IN TIIE EARLS. Darns Burned The Frmen' tVe.k-xhe Outlook for ToDacce. Cedar Lane Correspondence. On buuday morning a heavy rain .storm passed ever this section accompanied by sharp lightning and heavy thunder. Quite a number of trees were struck; 3Ir. Samuel Dague's barn was struck and burned te the ground. It is situated about two miles south of New Helland. He managed te save all the live stock, but all the ether contents were consumed consisting of 10 tens of hay, about 25 bushels or wheat, from 50 te 100 bushels of shelled corn, straw, reaper, threshing machine, corn sheller, &c. There is an insurance in the Lancaster County Mutual, but net sufficient te cover the less. Mr. Dague appears te be very unfortunate in regard te lire. About four years age his house was burned with all its contents, new the barn. An orchard surrounded the ...

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. — 29 June 1881

(Kk Volume XVn-Na 257. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1881. Price Tw Onte. t DRV JACOB M. MARKS. rOHN A. LANE -AM. KINDS Or- Dry Goods Offered at Great Bargains, AT THE OLD KKLIA1SLE STAND, Ne. 24 East King Street. SIJ.K DEPAItTMENT. Special Inducements i Mack ami Colored Silks. Tin: general DltESS GOODS DEPARTMENT constantly being milled te anil price liiui keel down te promote quick .sales. KOUUXIXi; GOODS DEPARTMENT complete in all ILs detail. CARPETINGS, Q.UKKNSw"Ai:E AND GLASSWARE la immense variety ami at very Lew Prices. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT uiisiirp'iS'-cd in quantity and intllty. and goods In all the departments guaranteed te be what they arc sold ler. i'Call and hoc u.s. JACOi: II. MA UK'S, JOHN A. JKOS riMN KITTKICS. IRON BITTERS! A TRUE TONIC. IRON HITTERS are highly lccemmcndcd ter all diseases requiring a certain and efll clcnl tonic; cspc.iilly INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, INTERMITTENT FEVEHS, WANT OP APPE Ti fE, LOSS OP STRENGTH, LACK OP ENERGY, &c. It enriches 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. — 29 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY; JUNE 29; 1881. Lancaster inteiltgenrer. WEDNESDAY XVKHINO, JUNE 201881. A Delightful Klaff. What a delightful man is Mayer King, of Philadelphia, and hew the suffering citizens of all ether cities in the country will pray en July 4th that their mayor may be a King. It is a day that needs an autocrat, notwithstanding it is the natal day of democracy, for en it mere mis chief is done and mere pain caused thant en any ether day of the year; and by boys, or men inconsiderate as boys. We say it is delightful te find one man in chief authority who believes that boys are te be repressed and forbidden te tor ment their fellows. The natural boy's highest idea of existence is te make him self a nuisance ; and the astonishing thing about it is that se many of his elders are ready te accord him such a privilege, and deem him espec ially entitled te exercise it en the Fourth of July. And why? Certainly that day is net a boys' day ; and just as certainly 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. — 29 June 1881

-.U . A i n LANCASTER DAILY INTELIIGmX'Elt" WEDNESDAY JUNE 29, 1881. '1 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. Near and Acress the Counte Use. Gov. Heyt lias appointed Charles Thetn- son Jenes, Henry C. Hewell, Mahlen II. Dickinsen, of Philadelphia ; James K. Moorhead, Jehn Paul, of Pittsburgh ; Henry Kawle, of Erie ; William Nelan, of Reading, commissioners te .superintend the construction of a stab: industrial re formatory at Huntingdon. By the heavy hail of Sunday .in Lebanon county crops of line premising tobaice were entirely destroyed. The crops of Isaac Strohm, in Seuth Lebaueu town ship, were entirely ruined, and what he will take off the farm will net compensate him for the labor. In a house in North Lebanon there were eighty-nine ivindew panes broken, and in another thirty-five. On the farm of Mr. Michael Shenk. Seuth Lebanon township, there were hailstones te the depth of two inches. On the farm of Mr. Abraham Greh, Heidelberg towti tewti ship, a barn was blown down and ether damage done. Ce...

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. — 29 June 1881

f w LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, JUHE 29, 1881. T tUncastet intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENINO, JUNE 20.18B1. 1IC BULKS or 1825. Mr. Wm. Duane, et Philadelphia, sends us the following verses, published in a Londen newspaper in the year 1825. Bail ways are no longer consider visionary and the Hungerford market has existed for many years. Ens. Ix- TKLIIOEVCXR. Run, neighbeurs, rnn, you're Just In time te get a share In all the famous bubbles that amuse Jehn Bull, Run. take a peep en 'Change, for anxious crowds bestt us there. Each trying which can make himself the greatest gull. Ne sooner are theypnird than an universal wish there is Fer Miares in mines, insurances, in foreign leans and fisheries : Se matter where the project lies, se violent the mania, In Africa, New Providence, Peru or Penn sylvania ! Run.neig'nbeurs.run, you're Justin time te get a share in all the famous bubbles that ainuc .Tehn Hull. Few lelks for newt wry anxious at this crisis an, Fer marriages, and ...

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 June 1881

k mtetefl KfWWsk Voleme XVII-Ne. 258. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 30. 1881. Price Tw Celts. dry G IVLER, BOWERS & MUKST! -:e:- OFFERING BARGAINS IN CAKPETS! TO IlEDUCE STOCK. GOOD INGRAIN CARPETS dewu as low as 25 cents per yard. BETTER INGRAIN CARPETS from 31 cents up te 50 cents per yard. BEST INGRAIN CARPETS from 50 cents up. Bedy Brussels ! Tapestry Brussels ! At extraordinarily low pi-ices, in order te reduce the large stock we have of them. RAG CARPETS, Best Goods Manufactured for the Least Meney. MATTINGS at closing out prices. WINDOW SHADING AND FIXTURES at low prices. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS at away down prices GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST, 25 EAST KING STREET. NOTE. On te meirjw Friday evening, July 1st, we will commence closing our store at (5 o'clock, p. m., except Saturday evenings. fAVUII M. MAfiirfl TOBH A. CHARLES. :e: LANE -ALL KINDS OF- Dry Goods Offered at Great Bargains, AT THE OLD RELIABLE STAND, - Ne. 24 East King Street. -:e:- SILK DEPARTMENT. Special Inducement...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 June 1881

"S!!?!!5S5!5"u?!S &viz i.ncaster intelligencer. THUBSDiLY KVKNINO. JUNE 30, 1MI. Will the Gsllly Safer I The Wew Yerk Journal of Commerce inquires why the secretary of the treas ury does net favor the public with the result of the investigation made at his instance into the dark places of his efT partment under its previous manage ment. The postmaster general nas ais ais clesedthe wrongdoings in-his depart. ment,andit was certainly information te which the people are entitled from him as a public servant. Mr. Windem seems te act upon the idea that it is enough for him te knew hew his de1 partment has been administered, and that is none of the public's business hew, by whom and te what extent the trea sury has been plundered. Evidently this view of his duty will net lie taken by the country. It is net enough te knew that a subordinate treasury official has been dismissed, and that an assistant secreta ry has been sent out of the country prob ably in preparation for his dismissal....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGEKCEk TttpKSDAY JUNE 3(). 1881. 1 '' j- Jennie . Ochs. The young lady impress ed, with fitting emphasis, the necessity of early inculcating upon the minds and hearts of youth, the beauty of religion and the need of its practice in every sphere of life. A thoughtful production, read in a geed clear voice, loudly -applauded as it deserved te be, and liberally rewarded. Essay ' Help one Auether " Miss Mary F. Reyer. There are many ways in which we cau extend the helping hand te our neighbors. By word and by action alike may we find it in our power te raise from the depth of despair these who have slipped and are falling, and there is no quality in human character that is mere te be admired and encouraged than thisdis position. A beautiful paper well read and deserving the applause and ilewer. se gen erously bestowed. Address" Temperate in all Things'" Gee. B. Hctrick. This yeunjr gentleman ardently advocated the dectiine implied in the title of his address and ar...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 June 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNEJ30, 1881. xv pipe. Fer tbe IXTELLIGEKCKB. I've a snug little sanctum, quite quiet and neat, Where the muses and fancy have found a re treat; Where chaos Is ruler, and order a dream. And the whirls of opinion reign loosely su preme. Thcie's a dusty old volume, still worthy a can. By the side of a tile from a house In Japan ; And curious old stones, that geologists read. Mysteriously ponder en time's clashing speed. And a trl-colerei crome stuck up en the wall Depicts all the greatness et great Csesar's fall ; While ether strange knlck-nacks, grim and dusty with time. Tell el tropical wonders, or ether odd cllme. But or all I love most, In this bric-a-brac ripe. There Is nothing I cherish se much as my pipe. It's a common brown bowl, with a hard wood en stem, But it's richer by Jar than an orient gem. Hew oft, when the shadows el the eve sink below. And the old droning beetle hums p...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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