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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 August 1881

Sk wxfaM Volume XVII--N0 280 LANCASTER, PA., FHIDAY, AUGUST 5. 1881. Price Twe Cent. nfntdJxaettde CI.U3JJIXU, VSVEtlWEAU, CC. OI'RINO OI'KNINU H. GERHART'S New Tailoring Hint, Ne. 6 East King Street. I liavetni'jt completed lilting up 'C "I U'C Finest Tailoring Establishments te be leiind in this Mute, and am new prepared le show my ciiBtemcis a .stock et goods for tlic SPRING TRADE. which ler quality, style aul vaiiely el l'atlcins lias never been equaled In this city. 1 will keep aud roll no goods ulii.-Ii I cannot i-cceuimcnd le my customers, no matter hew low in pi ice. All goods w.irr.iulcil :i- icpirM-nled, and in ices as low a-. 1 In- lewc-t. at Ne. 0 East King Street, Ne.xt Doer te the New Vei k Steie. H. GERHART. N TEW MUCH UK CLOTH1NU SPRING 1881, AT D. B. Ilosletter & Sen's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusual efforts te bring belerc tilt! public a line, stylish ami well made stock el READY-MADE GLOTHU, n-ciiru new prepared te show them one el the most caretull...

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. — 5 August 1881

31 s-l 1 LANCASTER DAILY J NTELL1GEJSCER FRIDAY, AUGUSr 5, 188L , f jflanrasiu intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 6, 1881. Tke Ylrgiiila Contest. Well done, Democrats of Virginia, mother of states and presidents ! The nominee and the platform of yesterday's convention leave no room te doubt that the honor of the state is safe in their keeping, and little cause te fear that it will net be left there. The reports from the primary elections of the Republican party, held in the state this week, point te a capture of its convention by the co alitionists and a fusion of the Radical and Repudiation parties in the state. This is as it should be, and is a fit sequel te the Riddleberger alliance between Mahone and the Republican senators last winter. Ner de we see in it any or tent of danger te the Democracy. Such a surrender by the Republican party there will inevitably drive out its best clement, cither into the Democratic ranks or te a position of independent op position of the unholy a...

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. — 5 August 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY AUGUST 5, 1881. y COLUMBIA NEWS. ODK REGULAR. CORRESPONDENCE. The coal thute is dredged. Tobacco is iu prirae condition. Sells Bre.b' big circus bill-beard has blown down. Complaint is made of two frequent fast driving through the streets. The river is in geed condition for fish ing and beating. Wm. Smith, aged 70, died here te-day of cancer. Iu Director Given" s law oflice the school beard holds a .social meeting this even iug. Henry Seuibeer's family and friends had a party last night, celebrating his 70th birthday. "Lene Fisherman " Uriah Suuibeer leek a Healing paitv bass fishing last ninht. The stench in IJutcher alley is sickening and needs the sanitary committee's atten tion. Hething of general interest war, done at the Shawnee lire company's regular meet ing last evening. The Columbia meets to night te arrange for the leturii of its steamer. The Citizens' baud will go along with I lie Columbia IJ. of I J. in the Heading parade next Tuesd...

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. — 5 August 1881

LANCASTER DAUA' INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1881. fLancastcc jhUclligrnrcr FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 18BL. OK THE SHORE. Thrown backward from the rocks that gloeui where lies A battered bulk, the bright waves nasb and loam, Anl o'er the sunken reefs the rollers comb. While lar along the wind their light spray flics. Great ships are lessening slowly down the Winging their way toward semedistant home. A gray cloud rises upward like a dome, And si a gulls hunt the sand with garrulous dries, And high above the wild and windy cape, Scathed "by the lightning, bent by stormy gales, There stands the lciunautei an ancient tree ; The clambering vines lis shattered fragments drape, And wave a welcome te the swelling sails That win their way up Irem the dlsUtut sea. Themat & Cellier in JJoUen Transcript. Tlic Frencii Marriage Law Some ten years ae Ml!e. d'lrucceurt, one of the richest heiresses in France, elepeil with M. Paul Musurus Key, the son of the Turkish ambassador te Londen, an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 August 1881

jlanfaitefi fixMIittfjef Volume XVH-Xe 290. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6..1881. Price Tw Ceita. ) VLOIHINU, VNVRRWEAR, dtC. TMPOItTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day we open a lull line of Spring and Summer Goods for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed In this city or any lieuse In the country ter quality, tit ylc and high toned character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before during our experience et quarter et a century in business, and our reputation is established for keeping the finest goods in our line. Our owning te-day is an iuveice et Novel Nevel lies captured from the wreck of a large Bosten house, whose lull n re has precipi tated these goods en the market tee late in the season and consequently ut a sacrifice, se they arc within reach of all desiring a th-nt-clas" article at a moderate pi Ice. The consignment includes a full linc-ef the cel br.itcd Talamen's French Novelties, the handsomest and llncst goods imported te this country, a new feature in fci...

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. — 6 August 1881

Cv LANCASTER PAIL? INTELLIGENCER- SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881. Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST .0, 1881. Peculiar Reform. New that Collector Robertsen has get into his place in the New Yerk custom house,and proclaimed his peHcy,it seems that there is no substantial difference between it and his predecessor's, and that Mr. Merritt's removal was ordered for purely political reasons, which were net only net in accord with the princi ples of civil service reform, but in direct antagonism te them. Mr.Merritt was less of a politician than Robertsen, and gave a business attention and strict manage ment te his office, as his successor de clared approvingly in taking possession, and as the mercantile community testi fied in protesting against his removal. Indeed' it was only reconciled by his ap pointment te one of the most lucrative positions in the foreign service. The fact is that Mr. Blaine wanted a smart and active politician in this place who would organize and manipulat...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 August 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INmttGENcfiB, SATUHDAt ACGUSt & 1881. COLUMBIA NEWS. OUK KKGULAR COKKESi'ONllKNCK. An adjourned meeting of the school beard was held last evening in the office of J. A. Meyers, esq., at 8 o'clock ; mem bers all piescnt except Messrs. Balm and "iVike. The finance committee rcpeited tlie tax duplicates of 1878-70-80 ready te be closed. It was ordered that upon pay ment by the different collectors of amounts due the beaids, as shown by the finance committee's statements, and upon the col lector handing ever their books te the beaid, the duplicates of 1878-79-80 be finally closed and the solicitor be instructed te enter satisfaction for the judgments. Proposals for collecting tax for 1881, were icceived fiem J. G. Hess aid and T. B. Dunbar, the latter gentleman receiving the position. The application of Jane E. King, daughter of Sarah J. King, for ad mission te the soldiers' orphan school, was leeem mended. On Mr. Given's mo tion it was erdeied that the treasurer be ...

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. — 6 August 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEUJGENCEK. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881. j. Hancastet intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1881. '0! LeBgMay it Ware." An Incident Connected With Our National Seng. Dear Intelligencer : It was a great pleasure te me, as of course it was te hun dreds of your ether readers, te read Mr. Hansel's article en " The Star Spanzled Banner and its Auther," which you re print. The reading of the article recalls te my mind an incident connected with our national song that I will never forget. It was duriug the Centennial that I was iu Philadelphia and one evening attended the opera at the Academy of Music. Dem Pedre was there, tee, but we were net in company'ef each ether. Misses Caryand Kellogg were the principle singers, with several geed male voices scattered through. The binging, which was very "fine, as a matter of course, was all done in German and Italiau, and iu consequence the words were all " Greek" te me. But near the close of the entertainment one of the singers...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 August 1881

- c w'i; -,--- " "; - v- ; ;- -;"'.; v . Sje l&wtfagtefl 'mitt Volume XYII--Ne.291. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, ATJGUST 8, 1881. Price Twe Cnita. - -' r-"r -" i CLOlBUfO, VXDEKWBAH, S.C. TMPOUTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-day w open a lull line of Spring and Summer Goods for 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 bctere during our experience el quarter el a rcntury-ln business, and our reputation is established for keeping the 11 nest goods In our line. Our opening te-day Is an invoice et Novel ties captured from the wreck of a large Bosten house, wlie.-se failure has precipi tated thenc goods en the market tee late in the reason and consequently at a sacrifice, se they arc within reach et all desiring a llrst-cliu'S article at a moderate price. The consignment includes a full line of the eel bratcd Talumen's French Novelties, the handsomest and finest goods ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 August 1881

S" ""i." "--'Z' 9?" " .'v-V' "'J ' ' t"i-J; 'nM1 - - j r it," - ,- "--F ''" -fc -" -" . Sj4 ." - -4s-' rt r,;." Be- ' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1881. cs' f -ft"- u I U ! Vi lanraster f ntelligenccr. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1881. Judge Buck's VladlcatiflH. The contributions te the early history of the war made by an interview with Judge Black in the Philadelphia Press, are of undoubtedly great value in shed ding light upon a little understood and much misrepresented period of our na tional history. It cannot be complained that the disclosures made unduly vindicate Judge Black, since mani festly no one but himself could give the facts and documentary evidence which he produces and which he has pa tiently kept back, although knowing that he could at any time by their publication stem a torrent of abuse te which he has been subjected by these whose interest lay in misrepresenting him. His letter te General Scott and his memorandum te the president as his legal ad...

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. — 8 August 1881

-"-V;'1' !- V, '-? - ' - - '' m-'-CXt--f'-, -" LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGENOER, MONDAY AOGUST 8. 1881. Scbenabercer shot at another whose name we have net learned. He missed the man he nhet at, hut his ballet entered the leg of Wayne Ulrich, inflicting a painful, but net dangerous -wound. The bullet has net yet been extracted, nor has Scbenaberger been artested. . THE REPUBLICANS. THE CUIJXTV COMMITTER ORGANIZES. The Examiner Faction Triumphant. The Republican county committee met in 6. A. It. hall at 11 o'clock this morning for the purpose of organization. The committee was called te order by J. A. Steber, chairman of the late beard of return judges, and en motion A. C. Welchans and Win. Fraim were chosen temporary secretaries. The roll was called and a number of substitutions of committeemen were made without opposition. When the Ninth ward, city, was called (in which it will lie remembered there was a tie vote for committeeman between AI. Speecc and William P. O'Brien), a paper was ...

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. — 8 August 1881

-vis- ,"i.-"w,- --t""?'-. "&- - - - -i.-- "-; -.-?-. V--3 i-v'r'- '-a--.-. -i-- - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1881. .."" . JLancastet intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1881. Tke Tobacco Market. Seed Lear sad Havana for the "Week Kuding Saturday, August C, 10 A. M. U. S. Tobacco Journal. The great activity of the past two months has at last given way te quietness. During this week there were hardly any transactions of note. Our large manufac turers, who, "by their extensive purchases of '80 Pennsylvania, actually drove every ether '80 crop into oblivion, are at present out of the market. The unprecedentedly large orders for cigars early in the season had a great deal te de with their purchases, and i.ew that the busy .season is drawing te a close, investments in leaf are net be ing made. Most manufacturers are of the opinion that the winter season will be as brisk, if net brisker, than the one new waning, and that investments in leaf will then take a f...

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. — 9 August 1881

I ".- . - ; .a .t-hv-:-.i -- V29 j" . - "VJ2I '' -rl Z l LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1881 Ftiee Twt Gmts. -H Volume XVII--NO. 292. 3k lanMgfeijteMlxrrttfje - - -- - -m - - w g- - -- --- CLOlUltfG, VXDJSBWXAJt, S.C. OOMKTHING SEW LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMANS, THE SIIIIITMAKER, NO. 50 NORTH (JUKtS STREET, B1'" V ACTUAL COUNT WIS II AVIS 196 TRUNKS -A2SI- TRAVELING BAGS Te M-ltc-t fiem. And here is mere thiin a leml et nil kinds ni:d a va:iety of prices. the RUBBER CLOTHING We Keep for iih'ii i-. cvcryling they need, :ui) atHiich prlcesasleGIVE EN TIRE SATISFACTION. W- an receiving some of tin lati'-t htji- el HATS FOR FALL, And il you arc tltcil of your .straw liat we can hew you some new ami nebby goods. & ONE-PRICE HOUSE, 36-38 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER. PA. Ol'RING eriCNINU AT H. GERHART'S New Tailoring EttMnt, Ne. 6 East King Street. I have just completed lilting up one el the Finest Tailoring Establishments te be leund In t...

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. — 9 August 1881

rSfc "';"'- tmrCM. t: . u ;- '"T TT ""$ TV r,4 WB," f rt-lsS--rf7?;Q' ViT ?EJ;"r'y.iJr!rcwSJ3iy f. w - s. --.. v - ,? 5rfv Sr ili . LANCASTER PAILT INTELLIGENCER- TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. " TZ.JZi" !-? ?' C-" m r li.1 ' I Ac , w ir..s' - 13: ,v nv- A s U iancastet f ntelkf encrr. TUESDAY EVENING, AUQU8T 0, 188L Black's Letter t tiea. Scrtt. Judge Black's communicatieu te the , reporter of the Philadelphia Press leaves as little doubt as te his position that "the forts at Charleston ought te have been re-enforced immediately after Lin coln's election, or certainly as seen as it became manifest that Seuth Carolina wanted the possession of them," as that he did all he could and used all the in fluence he had in the cabinet te have this done, when many fervid Republicans were echoing Gen. Scott's desire te "let the wayward sisters depart in peace." Mr. Buchanan seems te have had a lively appreciation of this neces sity tee when he instructed Floyd te have it done ; and it must ever be r...

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. — 9 August 1881

pww-w-w m rJmt LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY AUGUST 9. 1881. - - - ,?i TOBACCO MATTERS. Favorable Kalpa aud Destructive. Hali. Tlie several fine showers or rain that Lave fallen in almost all parts of our comity during the past week have greatly im proved the growing tobacco. A little mere rain and a little less hail will have the effect of making the late-planted fields yield almost a full crop. A large part of the early-planted has been topped, and while some of it is short and stunted we hear of sonic very fine- fields. A gentleman who has traveled through the eastern and southern townships says the tobacco is better than he expected te find it, considering the long dreuth te which it was subjected, and mentions many crops as being especially fine. The rain of Sunday extended ever the greater sart of the county and did a work of geed. Unfortunately there was a strcak.ef hail running through the storm, which did considerable damage in the vicinity of Quarryville, Camargo,...

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. — 9 August 1881

K?i3sw?55HIraBR5Ei9E8K5S- ? V -'j'vj:; -5rc-' " ce2' KsrV r-sCT EisS. LS.ii P. "SB? "'-i-. v J f V rr . - LANCASTER DAILY lOTEIXIGENCR. TUESDAY, AIJGIJST 9, 1881. . i"i - "SS "' 3 12 t. t - Vfcr . 5 "" St- r?-" .. PL I? 1st lev r, Y 1 I'-' It Lancaster fntelltgencrr. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0. 1861. AN EXlBACT Frem the Het. Intah Wiley' Alter-narvest Sermon. Fer tbe Isttelugkxckb. Yes, we're gwldered In clc harves', and de barns arc 1 oil te bastin. And we've put away de reapers all te keep 'em sate from rustin ; And de sheave war mighty heavy, Je' U made us sweat te shift 'em'. And you darkeys 'lowed It all was wheat dar while j-eu grunted fe' te lift 'em. But I tell you, eh short-sighted, dat de chaff dar wasn't scanty. While In among d9 blggcs' heads dar was cheat juxt cockle plenty. And when thrashln' day comes, mind It darkeys, all dat cliatr will blew away, AH dat cheat go through de riddle and de Mwn' grains only slay. Se de reaper seen will gadder all dese human sheaves te g...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 August 1881

h-cskS .jvr "V V J tl ye bmteitdj v Volume XVII-Ne. 293. LANCASTER ?A., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1881 Price Tire C its. h HSfepntcllujciutr i - CLOIIIINO, UNliERWEAU, &c. TMPOKTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Te-luy we open a lull line of Spring ami Summer 000(1.4 for Men's Wear, which lias never been eclipsed In this cltyerany beuse in the country ler quality, style .ami high lencil character. We claim superiority ever anything we handled before during our experience el quarter el a century In business, and our reputation is established for keeping the II nest goods in our line. Our eiicning te-day U an Invoice el Novel ties captured from the wreck of a large ilcHten house, who-e lailme has precipi tated these goods n the market tee late in thCHcaeii and consequently at a sacrifice, se they arc within icacli elall desiring a llrst-class article at a moderate price. The consignment includes a full liiiceftlie cel bnited Talatnen's Fiench Novelties, the iiamlseincst and ilnest goods Imported te t...

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. — 10 August 1881

?'T ' '- Jl - ,j. .,- ,- - - - ' - - - . H LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1881. T r s ti Ife A iv.f r n r- Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 10, 1881. Tiakeriag at Refcrm. The republicans of this county have become se universally disgusted with their present corrupt, demoralizing and expensive system of, making nornina nernina ' tiens that they are, in geed faith, we have every reason te believe, casting about for some new device. After some ten or twelve years of trial theCrawferd county system is found te neither secure honest practices nor geed results. Many, in whose minds the leg-rolling and corrupt combinations of the old delegate conventions are fresh, hesi tate te return te that system, know ing that with the increase of political deviltry the manipulation of conven tions, like the management of return judges and county committee meetings, could be easily effected by the trick sters. The editor of the Xew Era pro pre iwses an improved plan...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 August 1881

:5-: TE'V s?ifeSi';S!sF 55"5-? i SPS v tANCAStER DAILY. DmSLUGENCEft, WJfcDNfiStUt AUGUST? 10, 18&1. m St-Kp-J COLUMBIA NEWS. OCItEGULAK CORRESPONDENCE. Scheel beard meeting te-morrow even ing. The Pennsylvania track indicator car passed through here this morning. Great preparation are being made for a fruit festival te be held in the E. . Luth eran lecture loom, some time this month by the Ladies Aid society of that church. The regular monthly business meeting of the Citizens' band will be held in their room this evening. Members arc requested te be present. ''A comical fight took place en Union street last evening between a Dutchman and Iiishman ; every time they struck at each ether they would shut their eyes. Neither paity received any injury. The Gcras" will give another entcr- . tainment for the benefit of the peer next month. As a number of persons out of town will take part the pregramme will be a geed one. A little white boy while attempting te cress :i freight train in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 August 1881

fffaggMigKvl;J mmmrimmmmimimmmimmmimmmmm -A -,-- . " sf. LANCASTER DAILY INTEIMGENCER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,, 1881. a r S- f rf Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY XVXNINO, A.VQ. 10, 1861. THE LOWER END. FARMERS AMD DAIRYMEN WAIN. OF COLE- Jfrem a 11-avAiiBK correspondent ex me Intelligencer." A trip through the southern end of this county at this season 01 me year proves te be very interesting indeed. Leaving Christiana, along the old "Valley" or " State " read through the Nine Points and into Bait and Colerain townships, you pass through one of the finest sections of our productive county. Here can be found some of the best of her farms, and her irest experienced ftrmers ; and home of the old landmarks. Yeu pass a number of Old stone dwellings, some cov eted with plaster, ethers with their ex posed stone, showing the geed masonry that was dene in ye olden time. The hotel at Nine Points leeks as if it was at least one hundred years old, and the Red Lien en the "Valley read," for eve...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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