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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1880

.i.---.- tviS!Ki - s iV- . ' ' - .-r fA - w ? 1-J mt Volnme XVI-Ne. 179. terms. THE DAILYINTBLUGENOER, 1'CllLISIIED EVERT KVKJTIJfO, BY STEINMAN & HBNSEL, Intelligencer Bending, Southwest Cerner of Centre .Square. The D.MI.T Istellieesckr is lurnishcd te subscriber in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and Daily Stage Litres nt Ten Cents Pkk Week, payable te tins Carriers, weekly. By Mali, $5 a year in advance: otherwise, $;. Knteii:d at the pM elliceatLanca8ter,Pa.,as hccenil cla-s mail matter. -Tlic STEAM JOIS PRINTING DEFART MKXTiil this establishment pes.ees unMir- pav-ru laeilillcs for the execution et all Kinus of riain anil Fancv Printing. COAL. !- II. MART IX. xj U. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds or LUMBER AND COAL. -Yard : Ne. 4'.W Xertli Water anil l'rince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nlJ-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of Hie Iletit Ouality ut up expressly for family use, and at the low est market prices. TKY A SAMPLE 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. — 30 March 1880

iiPPPlipfii LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY. MAEGH 30, 1880. . . ?... . Frem these letters it annears I statje politics. -failed te appear. IiATfcST-NKWB by matt ? ei.x .. n "1 'vc'''1?T?-- 1 : R ' ii re Eancastet Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. MAECH 30,1880. The County Business. Anybody who carefully scans the coun ty auditors' report of the county finances, can readily see that there are many places in the management of our local affairs where geed business habits ana saving common sense would largely profit the public; and there is geed ground for suspicion that the county auditors, a majority of them at least, after having Btarted te explore some of the avenues of waste, were diverted from the pursuit by undue pressure from the outside in behalf of suspected offenders, who were net otherwise able te clear their skirts. "We hear that bills are presented at the commissioners' office for mere days work than days Sundays and all can be counted in the whole time assigned te t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1880

v ' ' iS tikcASTER DAILY INTELliGfiNCER, TUESDAY, MAECH 30. 1880. v -k THEDBAMA. The " Illnminatl" Pronounced Peer Play. Last evening the new play "Thelllu minati" received its first production in this city before an audience which,although a geed size, would have been a great deal larger had it net been for the unfavorable criticism of the play by the press "of Phila delghia, where the piece was played dur ing the whole of la&t week. Persons who saw the play here last night will net won der why it received such notices. The play is said te be dramatized from Dumas novel of "Jeseph Balseme," te which it bears no resemblance Seme of the scenes are full of interest, but for the most part it is very dull and unin teresting and is calculated te tire an audi ence mere than te please it. The leading character of the piece is Jeseph Baltame, who was impersonated by F. C. Bangs, a very jroed actor, who has appeared here before. Ilis acting was appreciated by the audience, who sympathize...

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. — 30 March 1880

32i-v '.; v:.-S3w-:ks 5 - v.Ss-i'-vcv-:;? fry v ??' LANCASTER DAILY 1OTELLIOENGER. TUESDAY MAfcGH 30, 1880. ' - ' I '. - II R Eancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAECH 30, 1880. WOMANHOOD IN SHAKSPEAKE. In response te a suggestion that he should deliver bis lecture en " Womanhood In Shaks pearc " before the "Art Club" of Syracuse. Mr. Wallace Bruce sends the following reply: Seme pleasant day In blooming May, The' rather late. Will suit for date, The classic song That " Art ts long '" I knew is true And se de you. But " Time," ala ! Just turns his glass, And months go by As swallows Jly. The sands run swift And gently sift Our locks with gray Ere close of day. 'TIs surely right, And lining quite. That Art should wait At Nature's gate. When Summer showers Bring out the flower She then will greet Her sister sweet. But " womanhood,'' As woman should, In dear Shakspeare Blooms all the year. Knch flower that grew s IIIi garden knows. Immortal there In Summer air. In every zone Thei...

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. — 31 March 1880

I 1 1 i lv i ft: l In K n '' Vnlnme XVINe. 180. TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, rCBLlSHED EVXBY KVXIflWQ, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Daily Intelligencer 13 furnished te subscriber in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad anil Daily fetage Lines nt Tki Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. Ity Mail, $3 a year in advance: otherwise, $G. Entered at the pest efilceat Lancaster, Pa.,as second claws mail matter. 4S The STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART DEPART 5Ii;STel this establishment iessesses unsur-a-ed facilities ler the execution of all kinds of Plain and Funcv Printing. COAL. B. B. MARTIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AND COAL. S-Yard : Xe. 420 North Water and Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. nS-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAX! Ceal of the Best Quality put up expressly for family use, and at the low est mat ket pi lees. TRY A SAMPLE TON. i- VAKI 150 SOUTH WATEK ST....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1880

kmf. iw; S.J wppvarrai .s'.-ij,j'rf .yr-L-JBi TjT- .-sy-v-rWi. .fc''v-j-'wni'T tfriVA. rtCV-"d"- - ixtttte&ttttjsp! ii&V?lrfk .5K - " -"K-- y-y V, . - g v v rT-. .. .'- sZr ;- ? . y. st" -- :r -s- ,v ',"' J7. . i . ,v -" iiA. ?r y. y . . r. -- - ?-' it. -1 T . -;v.J-t-.f- rj-r-r. r-T v y . . j181" r.-.'T . HHHPBRmnppMM r -.i.-- ,... . .. .. - . ... ...-,.. t - - :j"j 1 1 m ami i ia i i Mimaiii Mai 'J-'.' -t'-fS ."' .-"i -rf.i ""' -- ac ,. r - -', i' ' -" J." "7" T- wMWMiiiiMMati V-' .V-"-i'.:" iu MMM - . . r - - - . - .- -'r.1 t:cf- l .r mmmmimmmrmniirBrmntmextzwL ' i.i ' iuvxipi'SMSiiBw .." j't wuhjjjnl I?, - - - - --x fr- ! H'r - . -w- s ...-.-.- ---... - Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVE'O. 1CABCH 31, 1880. Without Palliation. Kemble has many sympathizers in bis trouble because be is rich and influential and has many friends among a class of men who obtained their money by the same dubious methods which he prac ticed. Te these men it is strange that Kemble should be ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1880

j. iw ;' 1 ANClaiifill llLY IOTEtitIOENm, WMt)NESI)AT, MARCH 31. 1880. s -. DELUSIONS." An Interesttnc Lectara by Bt. , D. U. GeU- lDer." Rev. D. H. Gttissinifer.late of Lancaster, new of New Yerk ciqt, delivered bis lec ture en "Delusions," in the lecture room of Grace church last evening, the entertain ment being given under the auspices of the Yeung Men's society connected with the church. A geed audience was present te hear the lecture, which was the first in a course of three discourses te be given at the same place and under the same direction. The next lecture in course will be by Rev. Dr. Greenwald en "The River and Region of Jerdan," and the third, and last will be delivered by the pastor of Grace church, Rev. C. E. Houpt, en "Sound." Before and after the lecture last evening Miss Leila Bear, of the Mozart quartet, sang with admirable voice two very beautiful soles. Following is an abstract of Mr. Geissinger's interest ing and instructive description of the de lusive whims ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 March 1880

t rtfttf ISSls" I 4VW-f st -LANeAOTER DAiriXOTEtiLtelGNefiK WDNESEAT M&1M3H 81, 1880. . ,y. - . -., , .-.-, - .-.. rr,-.: -aTi r.y-1 t-i-; lu-rv.-vsr zr -?i2xFXSifZxr-' wrsra.-7--s -- .".ct"; - --ve-T-fcy; .k.--"?. v-L-,r's- vr:&s.r.T si?sr i;- 'iSi'-j -. -.-L'k-5. isr.,"-''.-!in va"!-x . '?'i',i " i ",. ' -ijp" -' -i.yv ' -- - -f,-Mvtw.s. 7-VllHBKnaBaHBMaBBMA j . ... ". t . . . 1 -"' -"V . . - ,-w i .--- ' T ' ta 4- - j . n. "Tv ' v -V Ik " ." T" . r-jm .i . "H --.. - . ; ' . - " - - - -, .- "V'j--TT-CL-"-'-- Jl . " . - .-'. - r i - - r -- "T . '- I H. y i e 5 Lancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY XVX'O, MABCH 31, 1880. CarlMs Facts About Lveemetires. "He's been in the dumps because his locomotive lias been 'off for three or four days," said a railroad man at the Union depot the ether day, as he pointed te an engineer, who looked as sour as any dyspeptic. "Hew off?" "Ge and ask him." It took a quarter of an hour and a cigar te clear the cloud from the engineer's face, and then...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 April 1880

wmmmmmissmmmmwmmmmMmmwwmmM -J'-9- ."i iV --BrJ-T--'-"v'-7i- . TTA1'- x-Ji - -.- e - ,'--.-. - - 1JWI r t SJjje Ifottfe; ttMlxnM 1:1 - ft Volume XYI-Ne. 181. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1880. Price Twe Cmte. .--fy!WHWWMMWMWMBWffffyfjjS -" -. "y"" .?:--t---- - -i -"-"j1, ,7,11.,. -.v5 1 - , - V . v - ' v , t . , . ". . ":. - -"--' ' - ' ' " . - -i raifeh? - TERMS. THE DAILYINTKT ,T .TGENOER, rUllLISHID XVKRT BVTUnira, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, iHtelllgeBcar Building, Southwest Cerner of ventre square. Tuk Dailt I-itelliekhccr la lurnlshcd te subscribers in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad and Dully Stage Lines at Tun Cents 1'kr Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a year in advance ; otherwise, Pi. Kntered at the pest office at Lancaster, Pa., as second clans mail matter. 49-The STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART AI EXT et this establishment possesses unsur-lUH-cd facilities for the execution of all kinds of l'luin and Fancv Printing. CO...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 April 1880

lvWM nr.vylaci wl )i,1i Kiii.i -. t? I llMTllHHWIIIMTIwg i " y r- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY; APRIL 1, 1880. Lancaster $ ntclligencer. THUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 1, 1880. Wherefore Dees He Tarry X Somebody reports that Mr. Kemble is staying away from Harrisburg and Judge Pearson for a few days until he can set tle his business affairs, which he was prevented from settling before by the expectation that he would be pardoned, that premise having been made te him when he plead guilty, it is said. But the precise truth of the statement maybe doubted when it is considered that if Mr. Kemble had desired a little mere time te be given him before sentence he would probably have been granted it en appli cation made te Judge Pearson. And, furthermore, as Mr. Kemble is new at Atlantic City, it would seem clear enough that he is net much mere advan tageously situated for closing up his bus iness operations that he would have been at Harrisburg. Still Mr. Kemble seems te be hesitat ing...

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. — 1 April 1880

&&& I3&&2 I .. .' . LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY, APRIL 1.1880. Carry the News te Grantellus. Mr. Ryder, a member of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, has dis covered in Fairmount park a little reyria-pDtl-like scolependrella, which is regarded as a creature of great importance scientifically. The extraordinary one might say bizarre combination of characters presented by the animal makes it what has been known hince Agassiz's time as a synthetic type that is, a form which com bines characteristics of several orders or widely separated groups. It, in fact, represents the ideal form, from which it may be supposed that the great six-legged group of insects has been derived, as the number of joints in its body corresponds with that of the larval stages of the greater part of this group. It seems, in truth, te be an insect with legs te every joint instead of te only three, as in the latter. This view of its relationship mere than ever jus tifie...

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. — 1 April 1880

LAJveASTisk PilL t lyrELtiqENeEi iinifisbJj? April i, isae. r.- Pr I - t ft- W ' fi. . I f. Iks 7: IR fi r tt & i . Lancaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1880. Farmer and (jardener. Notes of Value ana Interest te Hiin. Geruiuntewn Telegraph. It is stated that the disease of sheep known as the " ret " or "bane," is pre vailing with great fatality in portions of England, produced, it is believed, by the extreme wetness of the summer followed by unusual cold. Perhaps as many a 100,000 theep, principally ewes, have died from this cause. In Gloucester, Oxen and Warwick parishes comparative ly few are left. A correspondent of the Ohie Farmer thinks that the mammoth clever is the best variety te cultivate because it is of larger growth than ether kinds and makes mere manure. It can be pastured in that State until June, and when it is plowed under for wheat the ground is enriched te a far greater extent than when the small clever is grown. When the correspondent allowed it...

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. — 2 April 1880

(Bk JO s H - ! J It-i v-p m hi I K Velnme XYI-ffe. 182. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1880. Price Twe Cents. TJCJtMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, rUBLISHED EVKRV BVKXIXQ, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Daily Intelligencer is furnished te subscribers in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding xewns, accessible ly itailread ana Daily Suigc Lines at Ten Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a year in advance : ethcrwihC, $(;. Kntered at the pest efficcat Lancaster, Pa., as second clit.SK mail matter. tfB-The STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART MENT at tills establishment possesses unsur passed lacilities for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Fancv Printing. clothing. COAL. 13. It. MARTIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of LUMJ5EU AND COAL. Jt-Yard: Se. 420 North Water and Prince -street, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Kent Quality put up expressly for family use, 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. — 2 April 1880

:rl t ri LANCASTER i)AlL INTELtlGMcMU, FMDaY4 ifrlUL 2, i860." i-i " 2? "a- n& IK V l If ' r, Lancaster Intelligencer. FRIDAY KVENINQ. APRIL 2, 1880. What Shall They De With It. Our farmers are troubled te knew What te de with their money. There are plenty of ways in which it may be judic iously invested ; but they are net ac quainted with many of these ways .and in their blind search for them will be prone te go astray. They are accustomed te lend te their neighbors and te invest in bank and turnpike stocks ; but these avenues have become tee limited te em ploy their rapidly growing wealth. If they knew something about ether things than farming and had a general intelli jrpnnft which would protect them in en gaging in the manufacturing industries which the county is se well-fitted te sus tain, they would find abundant and prof itable employment for their capital. There is no place in the country that has greater natural advantages than Lancas ter as a manufacturing centre. We 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. — 2 April 1880

' - ?TVtte. VJv&Zi JtvSVi-M KS?S3saKEs? -tyr Z.XK'Vv3is A r. . ?f vSjg f J. '.'JT-yj-"Y'eijiiBfi tr..".-:-'? --Tt";s-fc.;rTi;--fc--?vi'!; " 1MB fcMMMUaataH i ,- MM MMM1afciri . . m . . -:. ""l Cs j. .. - 1 .1 21 V. JT . - ""K'-V .,'.t1.,lx.- rjsVjx"-2-i LrV i ii' --V "Uf .-,t.T-..' F'-r'" ' "- ' - a - .- mm - " " -- - - - -fc. - MMMM6m Er-i-ii - l ":. i " - J - - : ----- JJJ. -. W 'js" - """t-S- "PWnmii I ip . ?5 ...?r ... ." .- r"ii . . l- .- -Vi -,,.. -.!.-- -V- LANCASTER BAtLY INTELLtGMGER, ERtDAY, APRIL 2, 1880. MEMMallflBAHHaaiaaiMHMIiHBauHMWEMHlHeftltt - -imriiiiMMMi "M!""7T!T:flimiT1IWIIMWIW1H WHWII Wi m I gi JwaKSiTnirliii. .mi ii. ...,. . 'Mi.r iih lrn r a i m mini hiiiii i nn ifirrrTJd1" T i u in'ii1 i m - - '. -" i ..." '. . .'ii' .'. . '. .-J. -i. -,.,- .-:'.;...: v.t'tj.-. .,.,,- - .- ----- .-.,,--,. -i. a i..wrw.,: . . .--.-re - -: --r-g-Trz T " -v.; --- --- -.- --, .numi lBIBaHHHBHHBBBBBBBBBBBBBDBBBBHBBBHBlanraKrpllrnBr . ., .ij.--, --j , . . . - .-. - " ' " I 1 W...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 April 1880

Sr. j3? -; H I hr.-4V .W " igw-;i F . If LANCASTER DAILY iNTELLlGCEfe, EHIDA iJPlttt 2, 180: V. ! MM ' -. .. r -i"-l i - . --.--- I i- it f, ,' i i i ' , ' ' . . - '''''-.. .-. , ,, . -' I j I I r. ,. . i . ... ... . . ;,yi,. .,,i.i i Ji ip I j j mi I ev. .? ii - r-r , ? " - ' t ft- I i ' 11 I k J V . A If-2 irWl '. & & v - Is It: ri Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1880. Dwarf Fears. The common length of life of the dwarf pear tree, which a few years age was lim ited by these who knew nothing or hut little about them te five or six years, and at farthest ten years, is new set down by some experienced in raising fruit from them te from twenty or thirty years. This, according te what we knew about them, is nearer the mark. "We have a number new bearing full crops annually that we planted thirty-two years age, and we see no reason why they should net con tinue te live and bear at least ten years longer. This length of life, owing te the cheapness of their firs...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1880

.j- tm .-J IsM -v a: i--,. t faatfatefi r . "M. K" lAvV Volume XVI-Ne. 183. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880: Price Twe Cents. h uf TERMS. THE DAILYINTELLIGENOER, ruitLisncD EVERT EVEJtlWQ, BT STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer Building. Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. The Daily Intellieekcek Is furnished te eibseribers in tlic City of Lancaster and sur sur leunding towns, accessible by Railroad and Daily SUige Lines at Ten Cekts 1eb Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a year in advance : otherwise, $0. Entered at tlie pest efliceat Lancaster, Pa., as second class mail matter. -The STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART DEPART JIKXTel this establishment possesses unsur passed facilities for the execution of ull kinds el l'liiin and Fancy Printing. COAL. B. MARTIN, Wholesale and Itctail Dealer in all kinds of LUMBER AND COAL. jfS-Vanl : Xe. 420 North Water and Prince streets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Best ijuality put up express...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1880

'. -A- IJj--Tf .. ..?.. .rj" . -7.itl-TJL-. tTVi-" t-' JVil rrreu 'i;li.f bt hih- J- jj . . ".PT gglpaggggt " i-srir :rr-.. ' --tnvrw.-!U.yy.rgtJs.'3!jt'y-' jiAv-wgji.j-..ag.e 1 -"jA. . -SiVS WHMnmmUnKHHMHaHHHHBI ml si WBWWOBpMWWWB;WBWMPWWBywpMiWWWBBpBBWWBBHWWWMWMMlW ,ggssaa-tgaMa'-ag-y3.--g--i-- ir -r --c-w .C -i e , ; rfi iii wfc ! nwhii , ! IT. .--m.,.'.! i r-7L"7Ti7r:" r ' . '"V-" . V. 5tr-- r. W . p!?'vl rws.:j- - lL - V LANCASTER; DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATUlfDAY, APRIL 3, 1880. IV- r- fiffisi m f f l-l Lancaster EntelUgencet. SATUBDAY KVENING, APRIL 3, 1880. Stricken from the Bell. A little bird flew down te the Intel ligencer office late last night and brought the news that Judge Patterson would file his opinion this morning in the case of Messrs. Steinman and Ilensel, and that the judgment of the court would be that the alleged offenders should be expelled from his bar. The same little bird seems te have been flying all around, and early this morning it was whispered confiden...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1880

Sfl LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1880. it- V " sett exemption from all responsibility whatever. In that their felly was equalled only by their criminality. They claim that exemption in their an swers set forth, because the publication made was made by them solely in the ca y pacity of editors and publishers of a news paper, and made net in the presence of the court, and therefore in no manuer involves their professional oath as attorneys. Their answer also sets forth that they wiete and published th article while act ing in geed faith, and for the public geed, etc. In ether words, they designed te say that they wrote and published in this in stance from the enthusiasm of virtue and net from motives of ambition, praise or notoriety. Such a sworn statement as te the legal and moral effects of the oath governing members of the bar is certainly remark able. We consider integrity, and especial ly integrity te the obligations of his offi cial oath, as well as learning...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 April 1880

M LANCASTER DAILY 1NTFLLTGENCER, SATURDAY APRIL 8, 1880. ,Ui i l j Lancaster intelligencer, 8ATTJBDAY EVENING, APBIL 3, 1880. Progress of the English language. In the year 700 the Lord's prayer began thus: "Uren faeer thie arth in heefnas, sic gelcalgud thin nema, te cvmeth thin sick ; sic thin walla sue is in heefnas and in enthe." Twe hundred years after, thus : " Thee ure fader the eart en heefenum si thin namagchelgad, Ann thin ric. Si thin -vrillaen eerthen swa, en licefnum." About two hundred years after this, in the reign of Henry II., it was read thus and sent ever by Pepe Adrian, an Englishman : "Ure Fader In heaven rich, Thy name be hailed eber lich ; Theu bring us Thy michell bliise, Als hix in heavenly doe That in yearth beene it also," ets. About one hundred years after, in the reign of Henry III., it read thus. "Fidcr. Theu art in heaven blisse Thine Ilelye name it wurt the bliss Cu;nen and met Thy kingdom Thine holy will it be all den, In heaven and in earth also Te i...

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