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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 July 1881

w $mfamw$n vllVVV Volume XVH-Ne 274 -. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 19. 1881. Price Twe Crate. VRT GOOD8. -Lz.zz- TOON -WANAMAKER'8 STOKK. TOHN WASAMAKBB-S STUB. J :e:- Dremakcrs find advantage iu buying satins, linings, trimmings and all the paraphernalia of their art where tbey find everything they use. great va riety of everything, and liberal dealing as well. All wool black buntings that began the season at 25 cents, end it at 12 cents ; at 50, new 31 ; at $1, new C8 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 we have a very great quantity. Summer silk dresses, such as nave becu well received at $18, are new $15. Ladies' cloth, flannel, gingham aud figured lawn dresses reduced about a third. White wrappers at from ene-quaiter te three-quarters recent pnces ; gingham aud percale wrappers at one-quarter. Quite a collection of boy,' short trouser suits for $2; s...

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. — 19 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1881 Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 19, 1881. CuuoBlzatieu by Assassination. One cannot show any reason, founded pn sense, why assassination should se cure canonization, yet it Las se often shown this effect that it must be con ceded te be a natural one. Our present experience with Mr. Garfield very strong ly exhibits the power of assassination in effacing, fn the eyes of many geed peo ple, what had appeared te be very dark spats in a public character. We said, the ether day, .iu speaking of the gush ever Garfield, that the assassin's bullet did net of itself inspire virtue; and we thought we said a very true thing winch no reasonable being would dispute. We still believe that what we said was true ; but there was error in our assumption that it would net be disputed, springing from the fact that we forget te re cognize that a great many geed peo ple fail te maintain themselves in a reasonable and reasoning condition, ...

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. — 19 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE TtJESDAj JULY 19, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OCR KEUULAK CORRESPOXUKXCK. P. R. R. freight traffic is very heavy. Little heys this morning killed a seake four and a half feet long back of F. S. Bletz's tobacco warehouse. This morning the fourth series of 400 new cars, made by W. C. Allisen, of Phila delphia, arrived here te be weighed ou the Columbia weigh scales. Mr. Edward Beeth, who had his right arm slightly paralyzed by a shock of light ning, last Thursday evening, was able te go te work again last night. A large birthday party will be held in Desch's hall, en August 2d. Tayler's or chestra of Lancaster will furnish the music. The siding in front of E. X. Smith's lumber yard, which has been in very bad condition for some time, is at last being refixed. The young ladies of Marietta will give a party en the 28th inst., in Cel. James Duffy's paik. A number of Columbians have been honored with invitations. The Columbia Itilles and the G. A. R. pest, Xe. 118, m...

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. — 19 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IOTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1881. Hanrastet fntclligrncer. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 1G, 1861. The Turnip Crep. Gcrmanlewn Telegraph. The time is approaching when we are te think of providing the ground for the turnip crop. It is tee early te sew yet, but it is net tee early te set apart the held intended for the'erep. The varieties gen erally sewn are the Early Flat Dutch, the Purple Tep, the Uloemsdale Pomeranian Glebe, or the Yellow Aberdeen. Fer com cem mercial purposes, it is rare that turnips can be raised te much profit, unless ece is in the regular market-gardening busi ness. They cannot be put in a regular farm crop, te be taken te market by farm ers and yet make as much en them as can be 'done with potatees: aud yet it is se useful a vegetable for home use among cattle, or home consumption as a garden product, that a turnip patch is extremely satisfactory iu everybody's ground. There has net been much improvement in the turnip for many years, and hence the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1881

(Kfye mtf aftel Volume XYIINe. 275. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1881. Plrice Tw Crate. J DRY JOHN WANAMAKKK'.H STOKE. Dressmakcis find advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings and all the paraphernalia 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 the season at 25 cents, end it at 12 cents ; at 50, new !51 ; at $1, new 08 cents. The gay little shawls of silk barege, chenille and tinsel arc very acceptable for evenings out of town. Further marking down te-day in zephyr shawls of which we have a very great quantity. Summer silk dresses, such as have been well received at $18, are new $15. Ladies1 cloth, flannel, gingham and figured lawn dresses reduced about a third. White wrappers at from one-quarter te three-quarters recent prices ; gingham and percale wrappers at one-quarter. Quite a collection of boys' short t te user suits for $3 ; sailor and ethers ; noue of them made ...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1881 Hancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUfcY 20, 1881. The Xew Yerk Maa-Trap. The summary power possessed by New Yerk police justices ever the liberty of the citizen has always aroused in us a geed deal of astonishment and even ap prehension ; for sad fortune might be tray any citizen of the land in to the clutches of these men, es pecially at this season when transit through Xew Yerk becomes a ne cessity te these seeking the cool sea air along Xew England's rock-bound coast, or the cold breezes of her moun tains and lakes. The Xew Yerk police mat! is rather an object of dread than of comfort te the stranger within the city gates, because of his brutal reputation ; but his power lasts only for a day and he can de you no worse injury than te confine you for a night in a station cell. That is bad enough te besure ; but com pared with the extensive power of im prisonment possessed by the police jus tice, it is hardly worth com...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY JULY 20, 1881. Star. 33, New Brighten, P. H. Devenny, C . McDaniel. Wiconisco, 37, Lvkcns, X. F. Matter. IraD. Walcott. Lawrence, 01, Pittsburgh, Philip W. Sutten, J. . Williams. Strasburg, C3, Strasburg, Sal. Lache, E. C. Brackbill. Vigilant, 69, Philadelphia, Jue. E. Arm strong, Jas. Moere. Star of the Union, 17, Philadelphia, Wm. V. Eakins, Gee. Powell. Mantua, 83. West Philadelphia, P. II. Smith, E. II. Ilambe. Quaker City. S4, Puiladelphia. .1. A. Spanuagal, B. II. Smithseu. .Tohnstewn 81, Johnstown, Zack Wing aid, II. C Kccdy. Cheseu Friends. 80, Philadelphia, Jehn W. Petersen, jr., Jes. G. Culin. Riverside, 87, Philadelphia, L. II. Whis ler. Frank Freeman. Jacksen, 103, Summit Station, Schuyl kill enmity, Jehn V. Fcrtig, J. D. Kam mes. Xcwpmt, IOC, Newport, V. O. Bryan, W. II. Flewiie. Clrchsen. 10S, Altoeiia, Cyrus B. Labs, J:tK. M. Woomer. Mountaineer, 111, Mahauey City. Jehn J. Snyder, Wm. A. Blew. Coderus, 115, Yerk, W.T. Brant, S. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1881. Lancaster f ntdlfflencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1881. LONGINGS. If 1 were a railroad brakeman, I'd holler the stations se plain That the man who was going te Texas, Would go clear through te Maine. I'd open the deer of the smoking car And I'd give such a mighty rear. That the passengers back in the sleeper Would all fall out en the fleer. Fer I couldn't afford a tenor voice. And I couldn't afford te speak In Ihcswcct, soIUencsot JKe1I;lii harps Fer eleven dollars :i week. If I were a baggage master I'd rattle the trunks about; I'd stand them up in the corner And I'd tear their bowels out. I would pull the handles out by the roots, I would ktak their corners in. And strew their stullingall around the ear. And make them lank and thin. Ter J couldn't afford te wear kid gloves, Ner put .soft pads en my leet. Ner te handle things gently, when all my pay .lust kept me in bread and meat. If I were a railroad conductor. As throu...

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

t Imtf a$te Volume XVnNe. 276. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1881. Frice Twe Out. (Kb xusr :ieus. JOHN WANAJWAKEK'S STOKK. Dressmakers find JOHN WANAMAKEIfS STORK. all 12 advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings and the paraphernalia of their art where they find everything they use, great liety of everything, and liberal dealing as well. AH wool black buntings that began the season at 25 cents, end it at cents ; at 50, new 31 ; at.l, new 08 cents. The gay little shawls of bilk barege, chenille and tinsel are very acceptable for evenings out of town. Further marking down te-day in zephyr hbawls of which we have a very great quantity. Summer silk dresses,. such as have been well received at $18, arc hew $15. Ladies' cloth, flannel, gingham and figured lawn dresses reduced about a third. White wrappers at from one-quarter te three-quarters recent prices ; gingham and percale wrappers at oue-quarter. Quite a collection of boys' short trouser suits for $2 ; sailor and ethers n...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 July 1881

&"" LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1881 &a mas ict -utcUigcncet, X THOHSDAY EVENING. JU1.Y 1881. Sstc Him Frem Ills Frlciids. Cyrus W. Field's subscription won't grew anymore, notwithstanding the whole country has been summoned te help te swell a fund that was originally premised in the name of the New Yerk Chamber of Commerce. The president's recovery paralyzes the subscription, which is new se unfortunate as te have even become a subject for the satire of the comic periodicals. PucJc portrays Field posting his subscription list ever these remarkable bulletins of health which Cundurange Bliss declares have never been exceeded in their truth and geed judgment. But geed judgment is just the quality that the author of a bul letin or a subscription list always thinks he displays. There never was a feel that did net beast himself of his geed judgment. Beth Bliss and Field have no doubt shown geed judgment very often in their ca- reers, ler they seem te have bee...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THUBSDAY JULY 21, 1881" THE NORMAL SCHOOL. UIMMKNCKMKM AT MlLLKKSVlLLK- Large Attendauce and Succexgtui Exercises This Morning's Pregramme. Pleasant weather and ether favoring cir cumstances combined te attract a large at tendance te the annual commencement exercises of the state normal school, which took place te day. Many former students were present in the great throng of visitors who filled the grounds and buildings prier te the beginning of the entertainment. The sheet cars carried an unwonted num ber et passengers from this city, and pri vatc conveyances took nearly as many mere. Shortly after DtfO o'clock Mrs. Dr. Uroeks, presiding at the organ, the seniors entered by tries, ushered by Messrs. San ford and Meyer. There were thirty-nine twenty gentlemen and nineteen young ladies. The gentlemen's ages range from 18 te 2e years, and the young ladies well, that is something no fellow cau find out. Names of ilie Graduate!. Following are the names of t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!?. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1881. Eaiuastc: irmrUigcucci TiuBSDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1881. Farm and Garden. Timely Notes from tbe (Icrmanlewn Tel egraph." It is full time new for the second thin ninji out of the pears the fall and winter varieties. Yeu must net be afraid tore move every one that is defective or imper fect. These ,?rewinr in clusters of three and four should always have one or two taken off. We Lave never known yet where such is the case, that when allowed te ripen in such clusters they were net dwarf ed and net of the flavor of ethers growing singly or in twos. A cluster seems te di vide the growing power, and thus three or four will only receive what would go te one or two. One thing should always be remembered in pear-growing especially, that a knotted, twisted or wormy speci men is worthless, and te seme extent in jurious. Complaint is made that a number of farmers have been swindled by a sharper who has been selling packages supposed te con...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 July 1881

Ih t matt& K'lVA'X'' Velame XVU-Ne. 277 LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUL1 22. 1881. Price Tire Gmte. JJJBF TOHN WANAMAKEK'S STOKE. Dressmakers finil advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings and all tbe paraphernalia of their art where they find everything they use. great va riety of every thing, and liberal dealing as well. All wool black buntings that began the season at 25 cents, end it at 12 , cents ; at 50, new .$1 ; at 1, new 68 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 we have a very great quantity. Summer silk dresses, such as nave been well received at 18, are new 15. Ladies' cloth, flannel, gingham and figured lawn dresses reduced about a third. White wrappers at from one-quarter te three-quarters recent prices ; gingham and percale wrappers at one-quarter. Quite a collection of boys' short treuscr suits for 2 ; sailor and ethers ; none of them m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY LNTELL1GENCER FRIDiY, JULY 22, 1881 HaurastCT ntelUfencrr. FRIDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 22, 1881. Tie Editor's IMj. Our esteemed contemporary, the Har risburg Patriot, returns te an attempted vindication of the principle of journalis tic ethics laid down by it the ether day, when it declared that editors who charge offenses against public officials "should make information before the proper tribunal against the persons guilty of the offense of which they complain." The Patriot new seems te intimate that it referred only te such offenses as the complaining edi tor knows of and nobody else, though its original declaration had no such quali fication. It would be difficult te ascer tain in what cases of public offenses the editor has knowledge and ether citizens are net "blest or curst" with it, or why a citizen should be "curst" by knowl edge of such offense:?. What the Patriot means te refer te is probably charges against public men which are false. Even in these cases we sub...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY JULY 22. 1881 tien of councils, te put up at the intersec tion of all streets and alleys the names of said streets and alleys where they have net already been put up. COLUMBIA NEWS. Ol'It REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE. Pleasant weather. E. E. Lutheran Sunday school sold 22C excursion tickets te Lititz. The Bethel Sunday school picnic at Heise's weeds wa poorly attended. The excursion te Yerk Furnace yester day was very largely attended. St. Jehn's Lutheran Sunday school at Silver Springs hail between four and five hundred persons en the grounds. Tags for the cellars of dogs for 1881 have been issued and a certain time has been set for their buing put en. Te-morrow a number of Columbians will go te Gettysburg, te attend the G. A. II.. encampment. Vegetables ate cheap and plenty net only at maikct but of our vegetable deal ers. Ed. llumaker, the yeun' boy who ad his leg broken at United Brethren picnic, at Springwood. en Wednesday, is doing very nicely. D...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 July 1881

myjMguviaiMBi LANCASTER DAILY INfELIJGENCEK. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1881. G Hancaster fritrllisencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 188L Summer -Drinks. Ens. Country Gentleman In extreme ly warm weather, refreshing beverages are very desirable, especially in the field, where one is exposed te the scorching heat of the sun, and the whele system is per spiring with the heat and exercise. It is very imprudent te swallow great quantities of ice-cold drink when one is excessively warm ; a few swallows taken slowly, will quench the thirst far better than a whole jjeblctful swallowed without stepping. The very best of all drinks is new milk with ice sufficient te cool it. It is net only cool ing, but also nourishing. It is a most grateful beverage, net only in the field, but in the kitchen, and nursery as well as sick loom, where it should always have a place. In fevers, it is the most delightful cordial that can be administered. A very nice beverage is made by taking two quarts of water, a tablcspoe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 July 1881

t faiu'astcigaif n Volume XVHXe. 278 LANCASTER, PA.S SAXURDAY, JULY 23. 1881. Priee Tw Cwta. m vXAAAJv-l lMV ciMrnrsG, vxderwbau, c. OOMETDlrJG SEW! LACE TH HE AD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMAN'S, THE SHIRTMAKER, NO. SO NOETU QUKKN STREET, TMPORTANT AXNOCXCEMKNT. Te-day we open a full line of Sprieg and .Summer Geed ler Men's Wear, which has never been eclipsed in this city erany house In the country ler quality, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled belere during our experience of quarter of a century in business, and our reputation is established ler keeping the finest geed in our line. Our opening In-day Is an invoice el Novel ties captured from the wreck of u large llosten house, who-e failure has precipi tated these goods en the market tee late in the season and consequently at a sacrifice, se they are within reach of all desiring a first-class article at a moderate price. The consignment includes a full line ...

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

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1881 lUncastet; intelUfencer SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 23, 1ML The Sew Yerk Result. Tlie New Yerk senatorial election has resulted in the defeat of Mr. Conkling, and the victory of the administration wing t)f the Republican party. The con test has been one between Republicans, in which Democrats have been in terested, but idle spectators. It was te them a conflict that was sure te be te their advantage, although they had no part in the struggle. The policy of our party friends in the legislature was very wise. Ne attempt was made te bargain for the senaterships. The Republicans were permitted te fellow their own de vices without fear of Democratic intim idation. After months of contention they have finally elected two Sena tors, but have net really any cause for triumph. The wounds of the strug gle will fester and mortify and the party will lese the power, in all probability, te control the state. There is no such dis parity in the stre...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY JULY 23, l88i. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR BEGULAB COBBESPONuKNCE. Miss Maggie Lee, of Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Mame Hippey. Miss Hattie Miller, 'who has been visit ing her cousin Miss Hattie Miller, returned home this morning. Miss Hattie Pigman, of Kansas City, 3Ie., is paying a visit te Dr. Craig. Part of Gewen Pest, Ne. 23 of the G. A. R., of Pottstown, spent Saturday in town en their way te the annual encampment. The G. A. R. started this afternoon for Gettysburg en a special at 3 o'clock. Fifty tickets were sold and there was a demand for mere, which have been tele graphed for. Fishing parties were in full bloom yes terday, there being no less than a half dozen large parties within a space of iif teen minutes came in last evening. The First national bank of Wrightsville was yesterday connected with the tele phone exchange. Rev. F. A. Bamitz, of Middletown, will officiate for the St. Jehn's E. Lutheran church te-morrow morning and evening. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY DfTELMGENCEK. SATURDAY, JULY 23; 1881. Lancaster Intellifiencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 23, 1881. KKPUBLTCANISM THREE GENERA TIOXS. riBST. Squire Cecil, at his high-arched gate Steed with his son and heir ; Around him spread Ills rich estate, Near re-je his mansion fair. And when a neighbor ragged, sad, Unlearned, parsed tlial way. The father turned, and te the lad These kindly words did say : "There gees l,rer Muggins! Ah, my son, Hew thankful we should he That our republic gives a chance Te fellow, such :ls he :" THIRD. ' Miss Muggins blazed in jeweled light. And swept in silken sheen ; Her courtier thought a maid se bright And beauteous ne'er was seen. Aloft uhc held her haughty head. Surveyed her Paris clothed ; ' And 1 must patronize," she said, '.Miss Cecil, I suppose. ' She's peer, she teaches, has no style ! In Europe, new but eh ! In this jcpubllc, we're compelled Te meduli kinds, you knew !" Margaret B. Harvey in Scribner. Edisen at Paris. The Electric Exhi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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