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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 July 1881

mmniAKrtfitt?e? ek mti&SxA v- .' . it"'"- Volume XYII-Ne. 2G9. liRY S' 2UMMKK GOODS. AFTER THE 4th. After the Fourth of July funis us heavily overstocked with many kinds of goods for summer. They must 03 sold at whatever price they will quickly lirinjj. It isn't practicable te set particulars before yen in the papers te-day, iier in deed any day, with anything like niliness. Whatever wc have tee much of for the .season will be marked down as seen as wc get te it, taking the most urgent tilings first. Lawns that .should have sold at 12 cents when they came, a week age, must new g at 10 cents. Woolen checks, debeiges, llannel suitings, silk and wool garnitures ami black grenadines go down. Many sorts of hosiery ; men's and boys' hats or a great many sorts; and all the ladies' trimmed hats and bon nets go down. I Jeys' clothing sulleis a severe sorting out. Seme whole stocks and all broken ones go down. Laces, embroideries and white goods we can't reduce the price of, no matter hew...

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. — 13 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY ltifELLlGlSNCEK WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 1881 lancastrt fcntrUcgencrt. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 13, 1881. Tlie Caue el Oar TreMes If our friend Dr. Fahnestock's theory is correct, that comets ceme te restore te our sel;ir system its proper stock of electricity, we may be permitted te mild ly observe that we wish they would stay away if they can't de their work with less discomfort te humanity than our present visitor seems te have caused. Maybe we are wrong in charging our unusual disturbances te the comet ; maybe it is net the cause of the execs Hi ve heat, nor of the sheeting of the pres ident, nor of the unprecedentedly early advent of the mesquite ; but it will have te stand the blame, jis we don't knew where else te put it. These apparent misfortunes may indeed be blessings In disguise. The het suu and the heavy iains may insure us the' abundant crops that we are premised ; and then we can't deny their blessing. The wounding of the president may be his geed fortune, H...

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. — 13 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENCJKR WEDNESDAY JULY 13, 1881. i . . COLUMBIA NEWS. OCR BKGULAK COKKKSFONUENCK. The Pennsylvania pay car will gladden the hearts of many Columbians by its ar rival here te-morrow. The Methodist Sunday school will held their annual picnic te-morrow at Litilz. A large crowd is expected te go along. Mr. James Watsen, colored, while un loading a wagon filled with corn, this morning, for Mr. Fied Buchcr, was over come with the heat. He was carried into the house where in a few minutes he re covered, hut was unfit for further work. A driver en one of Wolfe's quarry teams cracked his whip at a youngster who was stealing a ride, and scared him se badly that he fell from tlie wagon, cutting his face and head in several places very badly. The reunion of the Fry family of yes terday was a very pleasant affair. Outside of the immediate- lamily Mr. lliram Wil wtn's was the only ene invited Numerous and costly presents were given te Mrs. Fry, the expert mislicssef Columbia...

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. — 13 July 1881

' zv,rywxii LANCASTER DAlLt iNTELLIGiENCEB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1881. w in it r fcancastet Entelliaencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 13, 1881. SL SnlthlB's Day. Next Friday, tbe 15tU of July, will be St Swithin's Day, abent which there wan adage that if it rains or is fair upon that day there will be a continuous track of wet or dry weather for the forty days ensuing. " St. Swithin's Day, If lueu dost rain. Fer forty days it win reuuuu -, st swithin's Day, if thou ec fair, Ker forty dayawUl rain nae malr." St. Swithin was Bishop of Winchester 111 802 and was noted for his uprightness and humility. Se far did he carry the latter quality that en his death bed he requested te be buried, net within the church, but outside in the church yard, where his grave might receive the caves-dreppiuKS from the reef and be trodden by the leet ei tne passere-ey. His lowly request was complied with and in this neglected spot his remains reposed for a huudred years, when a fit of indigna tion seized 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. — 14 July 1881

iJlii Ji t i --s BBFwi-'- ti L 1 1 k ajtfai vt IAVV Ull IUllll I 171 II II r sHMflxIWffjBBiB&IKEL w B 1 Volume XVII-Ne. 270. DRY LJOMMKK GOODS. s AFTER THE 4th. After the Fourth of July finds us heavily overstocked with many kiuda of goods for summer. They must be sold at whatever price they will quickly bring. It isn't practicable te het particulars before you in the papers te-day, cer in deed any day, with anything like fullness. Whatever we have tee much of for the season will be marked flown as seen as we get te it, taking the most urgent things iirst. Lawns that should have sold at 12 cents when they came, a week age, must new go at 10 cents. Woolen checks, debeiges, flannel suitings, silk and wool garnitures and black grenadines go down. Many sorts of hosiery ; men's and boys' hats of a great many sorts ; aud all the ladies' trimmed hats aud bon nets go down. Heys' clothing sulTcis a severe sorting out. Seme whole stocks and all bieken ones go down. Laces, embroideries and...

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. — 14 July 1881

LANCASTER PAILY INTELLIGENCER THUESDAY, JULY M 1881 Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING. JDt.Y 14, 1881. The Comet Lunatic. The comet or the het weather i3 hav ing a very deleterious effect upon the usually sensible editor of the Philadel phia Telegraph, which is worthy of great respect for its customary geed judgment and honest expression. In copying our comments upon the Garfield literature it prefaces theni with the very silly words of criticism that we reprint elsewhere, and emits from its republication a phrase which it declares altogether " unfit for publication." Unfortunately for the Teh graph's condemnation of us for con demning the official White Heuse bullet ins upon the president's condition, the objectionable words which it finds in our article is one for which these bulletins arc responsible, and the one, merever, by which we were especially moved te denounce them. We felt, as the Telegraph does, that it was very un necessary and improper for the presi dent's doc...

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. — 14 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELHGEtfOER THtttfcSDAl? JULY 14. 1881. SUUlfEN WEATII. COLUMBIA NEWS. Corencr'n Inquest and Vcrdlcr. This morning about 8 o'clock Mrs.. Sarah Spriggle, residing at Ne. 231 Mitilin street, died, after premature birth te a still-born child. Corener Mishlcr, being notified, empaneled a jury, viewed the body and took the testimony of several witnesses, from winch it appeared that de ceased was in her usual health up te yes terday morning, when she was taken with severe pains in her chest and abdomen which continued all day. Dr. Wcsthaeffer was sent for and remained with the pa tient some time during the night, and in the morning delivered her of a still-born child. She lived about an hour after the biith of the child, bains carefully waited en net only by Dr. WesthaeSIer, but by Mrs. Spriggle, Susan Wagner and ethers. Deceased was the wife of Jehn Albert Spriggle, a laboring man, who was absent it the time or her death, having gene te Strasburg te work. She was about ...

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. — 14 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1881. Lancaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1881. The Use or Salt in Wheal-Urewlng. Cermantewn Telegraph. As we shall seen be thinking of getting the land ready for seeding, it may net be out of place te say a few words en the use of salt in its application te the wheat crop. We knew hew it is with the anU mal world. A vcrv little salt is te most persons ouite asrceable. In a wild state I animals will wander great distances te the salt licks te get a taste of the saline ar ticle, atid all our domestic animals seem te enjoy it new and then. Most if net all plants contain a-Iittlc of it, and these ani mals which de net take it in its distinct condition, take it into their systems through the plants they eat. In excess it is :i great injury. Everybody knows this. It is just the same with plants. In proper proportions it is a benefit te vege tation. In excess it is one of the most dangerous articles we can apply. It is te b...

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. — 15 July 1881

: r j.O J l Volume XVII-Ne. 271. LANCASTER, PA., FEIDAY, JULY 15. 1881. Price Twe Cents. ' ... mt MlHULKll'S UEim H1TTEU8. A 1'KOriIET .13 NOT WITHOUT J. Hener suvt; in Ids own country." True ami yet like meat truisms it has its ex ceptions. The most striking illustration el this is leuiitl in tile reputation acq u I ret by Mishler's Herb Hitlers during the twenty five; yours it has been before the people. Grewing from small beginnings as simply n local remedy, it has steadily worked its way e the foremost rank among tlie standard medical preparations el the age ; yet nowhere is it mere highly regarded than right here at home, in the scenes ei its earliest victories ever diease. Veu can scarcely 11ml a man, woman or child in Lancaster county, who, at home Units or ether, has net u-cd it, and the testimony of all Is given in Us pratsc. The farmer, the mechanic, laboring men and wo men, I he merchant, the clergyman, the banker, the lawyer; people in every walk and comli cemli finii el...

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. — 15 July 1881

LANCASTER t)H lNlELLlGENCEK FRIDAY, JULY 15 1881 Lancaster Intelltf emrt. FRIDAY STONING, JUL.Y 15, 188L A Defease r the Faith. It is very true, as is being observed in several quarters, that the Christian reli gion needs no special defense from the assaults of that " stalwart of stalwarts" infidel Cel. llebert Ingersoll. They are by no means the most dangerous attacks which are being made en the faith of the fathers. He has a boldness of blasphemy and a fluency of ribald wit which few who sympathize with him have attained, but his influence is mostly in thewayef entertaining these agreeing with him in advance,rathcr than in shaking the faith of the orthodox or in breadening the honest doubts of these whose sincere questionings may have mere faith than " "half the creeds." It may be, likewise, that nobody, how ever eloquent of tongue or ready with tliepen,caif present anything new in the way of evidences of the truth of Christianity or of answer te the attacks upon it. Nevertheless ...

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. — 15 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY JULY 15, 1881. tain a hilvcr dollar. Many were the spec ulations about it, and among the mere superstitious one said that it bad been placed there te keep away disease. The dollar is new in the hands of Master Eddie Heffman. An attempt te rob Wagner's hotel wa8 made about 4 p. in. yesterday. One or the servant girls was compelled te go te her misticss' room for something, but could net ct in. She went down, and in com pany with another girl tried te force the deer, but were unsuccessful. The land land leid of the hotel was called up and as seen as the deer was opened an astonishing sight met their gaze. Jewelry, silvcrplate and wealing apparul were scattered around the room promiscuously. Nothing, how hew aver, is thought te be stolen. The robber made geed his escape by jumping out of the window. LITTLE LOCALS. Here anil There anil r.verywhcre. Win. D. Alexandria's house, in Oxlbid, was biekin into en Tuesday night and rebled of a watch, two coat...

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. — 15 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!?, FKIDAY. JULY 15, 1881. auasttt fntfllfaencer. FRIDAY BVKNINO, JULY 15, 1881. hry aoenx LJDMMKK GOODS. S' DMMER GOODS. A BOUQUET. Fer tlic lirrELLiOESCEB. She brought a benqsct with a dainty perfume, 'Twm bright te tf eye la its beauty of bloom, And en my coat aheplnneJ it Oli. Fate, hast a law in thy great statute-book Te cause her a tear? I'll its penalty broelc, Jl Jer her thou wilt rescind It ! A heliotrope and a tinted woed-blne. Se rich in their scouts, se happy te twine Around the pink bud ltetwecn them ; nrt the selt little hands, two lilies se lair. Inclesed the sweet thing whlle pinning It there 'Tvu8 rapture Just te huve seen them ! Twe Millions Going Begging. Anether EuglUh Ktte Waiting for Ameri can Melrs A Lawyer Leeking ler Certain Williams and .Vacktues. In the last few days an advertisement iu the "Personals" el tbe Herald calling for information m reference te a j,ww,ww legacy in England, for which the heirs are said te be wanting, ha...

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. — 16 July 1881

lana$tefl (llgpntcllu.) vllVV Volume XVlI-Ne. 272 CL07HLKO, VXDEnWHAll, &C. OOB1K.TH1NG NEW! LACE TIME AD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSP END BBS, AT ERISMAlS, THE SIIIRTMAKElt, Kit. SG NORTH QUEH.N STKKKT, TtfEW STOCK OK CLOTHINO roll SPRING 1881, AT I). B. Ilestetter & Sen's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusual efforts te bring before the public n tine. Htyllsh and well made stock et READY-MADE CLOTHING, we are new prepared te show them iiii et the nmt caretufly selected slecks of i lelhiug in tliis city, ut tliu Lewest. Cash Trices. MEN'S, HOYS' AMI YOUTHS CLOTHING! is ;kkat VARIETY. Piece Goods el tin: M(Mt Stylish Designs ami ut prices within tlic reach et all. 4a-;ivc us a call . D. B. Hostetter & Sed, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. '. lyt I.ANCA'jtB. PA. S' U'RIKG OPENING AT H. GERH ART'S New Taileni EstabMment, Ne. 6 'East King Street. I have just completed tilling up one ni this Finest Tailoring Establishments te lie teiintl In this state, anil ttin new prepa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 July 1881

LANCASTER PAILY'lNTELLIGENCER SATURDAY, JULY 16 1881 Hancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 16, 1881. Tke Otter Side. Human nature being substantially the same everywhere, it is doubtful whether there is any people under the sun who have net in their literature or their le gends something akin te that fable in which it is represented that once upon a time two knights engaged in mortal combat ever a burnished shield, as te whether it was of silver or geld, and only when they lay prostrate did they learn that it was silver en the one side and golden en the ether, the view which it presented differing with the stand point of observation. The story has been told se often and in se many differ ent ways that mankind, it would seem, might halt at every shield set up in its way and cautiously examine both sides before a positive opinion was adopted or expressed. But it is doubtful if the race has learned much since its primal glory and its fall. Eve is as weak te flat tery new as ...

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

LANCASTER DAILY IOTELLIGENOEft SATtfKDAY JULY 16, 1881. FELL DEAD. A German Dies or Apoplexy. This afternoon about 2 o'clock, a man named Christian Kulinly, known in the eastern section of the city as " the Burgemaster" fell dead upon the side walk iu East King street, near Lime. He was a native efWurtemhurg, Germany, but had been in this country me twenty eight years. He was about 02 years old, thick set, unmarried, and had no relatives in this country se far as is known. He made a precarious livelihood by trimming trees, grapevines and shrubbery and ether gar den weik iu and about the city. Fer a week past he had been bearding at Hagel gau's hotel, East King street. As seen as he foil senseless te the pave ment Dr. King was called, bnt he was dead or dying when he arrived. The doc tor pioneunced in a clear case of apo plexy. Cerner Mishlcr, being notified, empan eled a jury and viewed the corpse, after which it was conveyed te the almshouse for buiiul. The coroner's jury rendered ...

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

LANCASTER DAILT INTELLIGENCER; SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881. Lancaster i ntelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1881. BIDDEN DANGER?. Fer tlie Intelligekckr. A bunch et Hewers lair and sweet and bright; Pure emanations of divlnestleve That seem but fit te deck the realms above, Waft fragrance te their sense, and thus re quite Tue angels' carols, while they sweet unite Eure harmony, with beauty all Inweve And sacred Innocence, whose form, thedevf Combines all geed. But sec, the aconite. Abhorred and buicful, clustering there un seen ! It silent poisons deaden life around, And. while we probe the view, distils Its death: And where wc thought but lite and love had been It sends cold sickness, an unhealing weund: Se mortals die by silent deceit's breath. II. II. S. Fun Among the Te els. Heme years since, David Barker, a dis tinguished poet in tlie state of Maine, after the birth of his first child, wrote and pub lished the following pretty poem : One night as old St. Peter slept, lie left ...

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

Sk mtfateS tuM Toleme XVII Ne. 273. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JULY 18. 1881. Price Tw Ceats. " ' l ' ." vkv.y..i.JJtW!W!5'" """ rr .DBF J OBN WANAMAKKR'S STOKE. Dressmakers find advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings an1 all tlie parapLcrnalia of their art where they -find everything they use, great va riety of everything, and liberal dealing as well. All wool black buntings that began tlie season at 25 cents, end it at 12 cents ; at 50, new 31 ; at 1, new 08 cents. The gay little shawls of silk barege, chenille and tinsel are very acceptable) for evenings out of town. Further marking down te-day in zephyr shawls of which wc have a very great quantity. Summer silk dressc?, such as have been well received at-$18, are new $15. Ladies' cloth, flannel, gingham and figured lawn dresses reduced about a third. White wrappers at from ene-quarter te three-quarters recent prices ; gingham and percale wrappers at one-quarter. Quite a collection of boys' short trouser suits for $3; sailct...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY LNTULL1GENCEU MONDAY, JUL 18, 1881 iLanrastri ntclUgcnccc. MONDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 18, 1881. Why It fctunds Still. The Field fund for Mrs. Garfield still lingers at about three-fiftbs of the amount which it was at first exultingly telegraphed ever the country, had been raised aud tendered her by the New Yerk chamber of commerce. Although an appeal has been made for the widow's mite, and Mr. Field has telegraphed te one city after another te knew what they would de in their own way te swell the fund, it has net exceecded 150,000 as jet, and increases very slowly. As a Philadelphia Press correspondent writes from New Yerk, this is due te the fact that " as fast as the chances of Mr. Garfield's improvement have grown mere probable the likelihood of completing the subscription has diminished. The senti ment among the least impressionable capitalists has declared itself very clearly in favor of providing Mrs. Garfield's family with a heavy fortune in case of the president's...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY JULY 18, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUB KEGCLAB CORRESPONDENCE. Live bait arc scarce. A. large number of excursion tickets have been already sold for the United Brethren picnic at Springwood en Wed ncsday. The Shawnee rolling mill started up this morning, having been stepped last Friday by the breaking of one of its spindles. The Columbia local ran into a car en a hiding at Meuutviile this morning. The wreck car went down and in a half hour the damage was repaired. The Osceola tribe I. O. It. 31. have hired nu band yet and they de net intend te engage the Irunvillc bund for their excur sion. Filial arrangements have been completed for the picnic of the E. E. Lutheran Sun day school at Lititz en Thursday. The fiist and regular train will leave the Head ing depot at 7:55. The St. Jehn's churcli churcli held theirs en the same day, but they go ((Silver Springs. The Mechanics' baud, of Marietta, in their new and handsome uniforms was in town en Saturday ev...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY TNTFJJJGENCEK. MONDAY, JULY 18, 1881 lAnrastci fntrUigrnrcr. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1881. TOBACCO. THE NEW lOKK J1AUKU. freed Leal ana Ilavana Last Week. U. S. Tobacco Journal. Again a large packing of '80 Pcnsyl vania was purchased by a large cigar man ufacturiug Arm. Tiiis is auetber victory for that crop and another blew te Connec ticut and New Yerk state leaf. Nobody at all familiar with tobacco and the general condition of the '80 crop, can say that the '80 Pennsylvania is a geed crop. It has none of the merits or the '78 and '79 crops, but it has all their faults and mere. The '80 Connecticut and New Yerk state crops (Big Flats excepted) are excellent in quality and also, apparently, in yield. Nevertheless nearly all of the large manufacturers who se far have en tered the market as buyers have given them and most ether growths the cold shoulder and bought '80 Pennsylvania most eagerly. Had the manufacturers but taken small packings or small parts of large one...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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