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

z Emtfai$te V I lV-V'V .., .K LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JULY 25. 1881. Price Twi Ceits. Volume XVII--N0. 279 H) fmmntdhfx DRY fOHN WAKAMAKKIt'4 SIOKK. J Dressmakers find advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings and alt the paraphernalia of tbeir 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 31 ; 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 liavc 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 boy.' short trnuser suits for $2 ; sailor and ethe...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAt, JULY 25, 1881 Hanrastrr intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 25, 1881. Xet te be forgotten. The Xew Yerk Times, while it op posed Conkling's re-election and depre cated the felly of his resignation, makes itself plainly understood as having no sort of sympathy with the act of the administration which led te that step in removing Men-it and appointing Robert Robert eon collector of the pert of Xew Yerk. Of that act Hie Times says it was an error, and that the opposition te Conk Cenk ling and Piatt's re-election would have been mere effective if that error had net bean committed. This is a truth which is verv likely te be lest sight of in Mr. Conkliiig'.'idiscemfiture and Mr. Blaine's triumph. Jt is, however,a very significant thing in measuring the sincerity of the administration methods of civil service reform and the moral results of Mr. Celkling's deposition. The late collect or of Xew Yerk, Mr. Mcrrit, was ap pointed against Conkling's inter...

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 July 1881

LANiiASlEEtL DAILY INtELllGENCER, MONDAY JULY 25, 1881. NKIUIIKOKllOOD KKU'S Near ami Acress t!ie County Line. Lewis Harvey, of West Chester, lias re ceived from Flerida a box of alligator eggs, which lie purposes te hatch. It is said that putting bells en sheep keeps away mutton-loving dogs. Many farmers have experimented successfully. Reading is organizing its Second Na tional bank, with $100,000 capital and Ch. Lecser cashier. A colored boy at Heading walked out of a third-story window in his sleep and was awakened by a broken leg. Reuben K. Getz. aged OOycars, formerly of Reading and a miller by trade, commit ted suicide in tit. Leuis, Me., en the 10th inst. Hairisburg has a colored baby two weeks old that weighs but one pound. An ordinary finger lingean be passed ever its hand and slipped up the arm te its shoul der. The baby is in geed health. lien. .Samuel J. Randall will deliver the annual oration en Founder's day at the Lt-high university iu October, and during bis .stav in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, JULY 25 1861. Lancaster irntelligmcev. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1881. Tobacco I.ast Week's New Ter Market. United States Tobacco Journal.. Again '80 Pennsylvania comes out victo rious, leaving all ether crops in the shade. Helders of Connecticut shook their heads, shniCKcd their shoulders and looked dark blue laundry blue blue all ever. Hew that ilea-bittcii, white-vcincd, cearse grained Pennsylvania sells, and hew that heft. velvety ami rich Connecticut lies neglected in tin; cellars ! Jt's a beastly world ! . it :t it,,. i,.;li f.lm iiristncracv. the luzy liunis no no guns, we mean of the tobacco traclc, witli 3U,ww cases ei Connecticut all linely packed and sorted, with colors beautiful indeed, and texture charming, ami the vulgar twisters of cigars go by and don't even deign te cast :i glance at all the. treasure. It's enough te make an oyster rear with grief. Outside of ever l.liOO cases of '81 Penn sylvania, at figures running from 13 te ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 July 1881

JFntdJaene zmMM Volume XVH-Ne. 280 LANCASTER, PA.,. TUESDAY, JULY 26. 1881. Price Twe Cents. (Tli VliY fOHN IVANAMAKEK'.S SIOKK. J Dressmakers find advantage in buying satins, linings, trimmings and all the paraphernalia of their ai t where they find everything they use, great va liety of everything, and liberal dealing as well. All wool black buntings that began the season at 23 cents, end it at 124 cents ; at 50, new 31 ; at 1, new C8 cents. The gay little shawls of silk barege, chenille and tinsel are very aceeptable 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 figmed lawn dresseseduced about a third. White wrapieis at from one-quarter te three-quarters lecctit prices ; gingham and percale wrappers at one quarter. Quite a collection of boys' sheit tienser suits for 2; sailei and ethers; none of them made for ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 July 1881

LANCASTER PAILT INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1881 Hancastfr fntelUfencer. 3ATORDAY EVENINO. JUlA- 26, 1881. Prudent Doctors. We are glad te see that these Wash ington doctors are content with the glory they get from their bulletins, and are ready te let Dr. Agnew take charge of their patient when any serious work is te be done. The function of the nurse, te which they have relegated themselves, is very important and useful, but net one of very remarkable dignity or responsi bility. A great many geed people, unin cumbered with medical learning, are quite equal te the situation, and Docter Bliss and his associates cannot be ac cused of unduly esteeming themselves in considering that they are competent te take charge of their distinguished pa tient, se long as they have Dr. Agnew within easy reach in case of any emerg ency greater than determining the pres ident's diet or dressing his wound. It seems a little remarkable that a doctor, who displayed se much self-confidence as te driv...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY IKffitllGEKCEfi, WJJSSDAY JULY 26, I88i. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK KECULAR COKISESPONUKNCK. Blackberries in large quantities have made their appearance in our market. A smalk party of Columbians spent part of yesterday afternoon and evening at Wrigbtsville. Tbe E. E. Lutheran church will take tickets and run the Columbia part for the Y. M. C. A.'b excursion of Lancaster, en Aug. 4. A natural curiosity v.as seen in tbe dis patcher's office at the west yaid of the P. It. R., in the shape of a winged bejack. The red bridge near "the cut" is being repaired, and all trains are forced te run en the south track. New signals have also been erected. Mr. Jehn Fendrich's horse, becoming scared, broke the hitching strap and started te run oft", but before he could get very far lie was caught. A huge number of Columbia families left thii morning te attend the Laudisville caiiipmcctiug, which begins te-day. '1 his morning Mr. W. H. Moere drew a deg or tliu (Jildcrsl eve breed. It was cha...

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. — 26 July 1881

LAtfCASTEfc DAILY IKlELLiGENCER, TUESDAY, JtlY 26 1881. Lancaster Entellffiencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1881. "NOT THK LEAST BIX SMART." "Conic hither, yea madcap darling :" I said te my four-year-old, " I say, what shall be done te the bad, bad girl Who will net de as she'd told? . Toe well you have your own wee way. While little you love te mind ; But mamma knows what 13 geed ler you, And isn't she always kind?" Se 1 told her or Casablanca, And the h-arful burning ship; " On yen think," -.lid, I, "such a child as that HI" mother would have te whip?" And my heai t u cut out with the story sad Ofthis boy, se noble anil brave. Who would dure net te disobey, liven his hlc te save. Then her eyes grew bright as the morning. And they seemed te leek me thieugh : "Ah! ah!" thought 1, you understand The lessen 1 have in view. " New what de you think of this lad, my love 1 Tell me all that is in your heart." ' I link," she said, " lie was dreirul geed, Rut he wasn't the least bit smart."...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1881

afee fwtemwMntMQm&t Volume XVII-Ne. 281 VLOIMIISU, VXDEIUrjSAlt, AC. tl'KING OPJiNINU AT- H.GERH ART'S New TaMi Miint, Ne. 6 East King Street. I have just completed fitting up one el the Finest Taileting Establishment te be lennd fu tliis state, ami am new prepared te show iny customers a stock of goods for the SPRING TRADE. which Ter quality, style ami vaiicty el Patterns has never been equaled in tliii city. I will keep and sell no goods wliicli I cannot lccemmend te my customers, no matter hew low in price. All goods warranted as lepiesentcd, und priced as low out he lewct. at Ne. 6 East King Street, Next Doer te the New Yetk Stoie. H. GERHART TMPOKTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day wc open a lull llneel Spring and .Summer tioeds for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed in this city ernny house in the country ter ii:ility, style and high toned character. Wc claim superiority ever anything we handled hclere during our experience el iiuarleret a century in business, and our reputa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1881

" LANCASTER DAILY liNTELLlGENCER WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1881 uuud&iu iutcihgcnccc. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUfjY 27, 1881, The Salary Urak. Judges Pearseu and Hendersen, for whose court the neenle of this state have a deservedly high opinion, amply i sustain Attorney General Palmer in his construction et the law regulating the silary of the members of the legislature 'and the attempt of that body te make the state pay its members $10 a day for the fifty extra days, te which they drag out its sessions by neglect of business and the unnecessary frequency of ad ad jeurnments, and the brevity of sessions. The members take their pay for seven days of the week and work en an aver age about three. The court, which the present legisla ture chose as the tribunal for the deter mination of this question, decides squarely against it, with the right of the members te appeal, of course, of which they will doubtless avail them selves. Judges Pearson and Hender Hender eon's opinion is se lucid that it ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLlGNCjit, WEDNJ&DAY JULY 27, 1881. .A. COLUMBIA NEWS. ' OUK UKGVI.AII CORRESPONUBNCB. Bells Brethers' sea liens, mandrill and polar bears have fallen victims te tbe re cent intense beat. 10,000 pounds of Yerk ceuuty tobacco have been shipped here by Jehn Billet te Brush at 0 cents round. The eILMack brewery is being repainted and repaired, and tbe front room will be turned into a beer saloon. The "extra" men en the Pennsylvania railroad are making very peer time, some of them net making a trip in two wcrks. A. number of miner and civil cases were tried before 'Squire Yeung, but all persons implicated have been discharged. Air. Geerge Heek, fireman en engine Ne. 102, had his ankle badly twisted in Philadelphia while shoveling coal into his cnuiue. The C'oderus camping club have finish ed all their arrangements for their camp ing out expedition and will start early Saturday morning for the C'oderus creek. Majer .1. P.Dailey, of the Episcopal Reg. inter, spent ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY JELLIGENCER. fWDNESDAY, JULY 2V 1881 laiuasia iiitcUiQcncei. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1881. TUK OWL ANO.TUK SPIDER. In an old belfry tower, A dry, cozy bower. Dozed an owl by the hour. llut the bell's sly old clapper Was a mischievous rapper. And seen waked the nappcr. "Mr. Owl, don't you mind him ; With cobwebs I'll bind him. And round and round windhlm." Thus spoke up the .spider, Strlp'd like an outrider; The owl bharply eyed her. And said: "11 he cheat you, I'll net scold or beat you, I'll just merely cat you." The owl saw her spin Her web, frail and thin, Keund the lcll, out and in. Hut, next Sunday morning, Without a word et warning, The bell went a-stermitig ! Willi a cling ami a clang. With a boom and a bang. The old clapper rang ! The owl didn't, chide her, Uebuke nor del ide her, Hut he ate up that spider! Here is a moral, dear children, for you : Never premise a thing you're net able te de. J-'ranl. 11. filavffer in Hi. Nicholas for Au gust. - Sens and ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 July 1881

,. mt Toleme XYnNe. 282. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 28. 1881. PrfctTw Outs. CLOlBUfO, TFNDERWEAJt, JtC. s l'RINO OPENING H. GERHART'S New Tailoring fiddlHM, Ne. 6 East Kins Street. I have I list completed fitting up one of the Finest Tailoring Establishment te be found lit this state, ami am new prepared te show my customers a stock of goods ler tue SPRING TRADE. which for quality, style and variety et Patterns lias never been equaled In this city. I will keep and sell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low in price. All goods warranted as repiesenled, and prices its low its the lowest, at Ne. 6 East King Street, Next Doer te the New Yeik Stoie. H. GERHART. TMrOKTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-duy wc open a lull line of Spring and Summer Goods for Men's Wear, which 1ms never been eclipsed in this city or any house in the country ler quality, style and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before during our experience el quarter e...

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. — 28 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER' THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1881 jidiuusui lutriUgenret. THURSDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 28, 1881. What the Beaseii May Be. As there is generally found te be rea son in the apparent madness of corpora tions who are excessively liberal te the public at the cost of their stockholders, people who see the railroad companies carrying passengers and freight for very low prices arc -wondering what the rea son is; no one has yet suggested that the motive is a philanthropic one,or that it is inspired by a desire te promote the public welfare. It is taken for granted that, while it is net likely te be a crazy Ierfermancc, it is certainly a selGsh one. The corporations themselves maintain that it is quite a senseless busi ness and that they only de it because the ethers de it. Through the compul sion of circumstances each one is forced te felly. That is a very geed sort of a story te tell the marines ; but less cred ulous people de net accept it. Most persons probably iucliue te ...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER,- THURSDAY JULY 28, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK UEGUL.AU CORRESPONOENCE. Bass bite briskly. Chills and fever prevail. Company C will have special drill at the armory at 8 o'clock this evening. Only six persons went te Pine Greve fiem here this morning. The Shawnee coffee mill is again in op ep es atien. The Upp & Black work en the railroad from the red bride te the cut is nearly fin ished. Mrs. Abraham Liudsey's funeral, from Harvey McFaddcn's at 3 p. m. yesterday, was largely attended. The Osceola tribe I. O. H. M. cxcuisien leaves en Saturday at 5 a. m. and premises a line trip. P. H. It. engine Ne. 117, which " played out " at the Gap a few days age, was pl.iccd in the shop for repairs. Fifty lines were taken out and fixed. The H. & C K. It. pay car arrived in town this morning and payed its employees for the mouth of June. Freight traffic en the P. It. It. is very heavy at present, but engines are coming from Philadelphia se slowly, that there ...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY JNTELLIGENGER. THURSDAY, JULY 28 1881. I I :.- IV If. lAtu-asu'i irntelltaencev THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 188L On Ike Farm. w.r. Teles ReneYatlng Old Orchard. of Maine, In Gcrmautewn Atlierten, rupu. I ence scraped and washed a dozen large Baldwin trees thirty years of ,'age. It was considerable work te de it, and yet I think it paid, for there was an evident increase ingrewth, healthiness and fruitfulness. When I was a hey, my father frequently used te set me te work in the spring, en a vciy wet or foggy day, scraping the trunks of old apple trees. It wasn't Very nice work for the eyes, and everybody that came along had te give an opinion as te the benefit or damage resulting frem'the operation, and as near as I can new re member, opinions wero.Jabeut equally di vided, lie this as it may, my own judg ment is that serious injury might result te a tree from a severe scraping at the wrong season of the year; but if performed in the warm months of spring, and a strong ...

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 July 1881

, ': 'J i 3k Volume XVnNe. 283. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUL? 29. 1881. Price Tw Cwus. 2r rOHN WANAMAKER-8 STOKK. Dressmakers 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. Ail wool black buntings that began the season at 25 cents, end it at 12 cents ; at 50, new 31 ; at $1, new 68 cents. The gay little shawls of silk barege, chonille 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 uavc 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 trouser suits for $2 ; 6ailer and ethers ; none of them made for any such p...

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 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, JULY 2i, 1881. jLanrasiri intclUgcncrc. FRIDAY EVENING, JTJIjY 20, 188L The Doctors Strife. The New Yerk Herald, in a manner that is net entirely free from an apparent desire for sensational effect is bearing Dr. Bliss and bulling Dr. Hammend, in their view's of the presidential case and its treatment. The severe strictures of Hammend en Bliss are doubtless in spired in part by that spirit of jealousy which unhappily permeates their profes sion, and Ilammend himself is net al together free in the popular mind from a suspicion of charlatanism in his practice, or at least in his advertisement of it. Still, the facts marshalled by a Herald correspon dent from Washington against Bliss, show that he is far from being possessed of the instincts of a gentleman, if in deed he has the professional qualifica tions of a geed physician. The Iictro Iictre Iictro sped of American Medicine and Surgery, published in Washington, is even mere severe"; in its ani...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIOEKuEB, FRIDAY JULY 29, 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK RKUUI.AU VORKKSPONvKNCK. Company C's special drill last evening was poorly attended. Large, lipe and Eeuntl crab apples have appeared en market. Sell's circus second biigadoef bill pos pes ters arc billing the town. Mr. H. 8. Detwilcr has a number of acres of tobacco, which defies competition jn 'this county. It is raised along the Co lumbia turnpike. The Columbia Armery association this morning declared a dividend of 4 per cent, payable at the banking house of . K. Smith & Ce., en and after August 1st 1881. Mr. D. II. Dctwiler sold at private sale eight shares of the Columbia National bank stock at $140 per share. This is the highest price paid per share of that bank bincc the panic. Mr. Rayner, of Yerk while riding his bicycle en Frent street, last evening, was thrown off and had an ugly gash cut in his forehead, by the small wheel catching between a track and beards at the Reading railroad crossing. An at...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1881. aiuastrt fcucUiffcn&a;. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 188 U SCMBIEB. She walks between the taB-selled corn. Whose serried tanks licr fair, face screen ; She greets me with a careless scorn, An:l scerntal laughter rings between. Black-haired, red-lipped, licr dark, bright lace. The toy et every woman's whim; Her form the mould of sensuous grace, Supple acd smooth, and round of limb. Aud Is It Summer I beheld, A breathing splendor slrotcned and warm ; Within her besom's plenteous fold She thrusts a brown and shapely arm. Tills harvest nymph, whose loosened braid Dreps down a check of glowing tan, Incarnate Summer is, and made Te satisfy the heart or man. Nay, but a simple country lass, That dark, abundant beauty wears ; Her peppled slumbers settly pass, The ripened harvest warmth she shares. Beside her couch t he heat is sere Her silken couch, with green e'crlald; Whose glistening spears I pass before, And leave unharmed my barefoot ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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