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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1880

...1 . oehje I wtfajftxfc Volume XVI-Ne. 224. LANCASTER, PA.3 FRIDAY MAY 21, 1880. Price Twe Cents. fnrWWTTT'!?5!t?v'?5WW!? w i TERMS. THE DAILY INTF1T J JGENOEB, PUBLISHED BVZBT ZVXOTRO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, Intelligencer IJuilding, Seuthweut Cerner of Centre Square. Tee Daily Intelligencer Is tarnished te subscribers in the City et Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Kailread and Dally Ktage Lines at Tkh Cents Per Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mail, $5 a year in advance ; otherwise, . Kntcred at the pest efllce at Lancaster, Pa., as s-ecend class mail matter. -The8TEAM JOB PRINTING DEPAET SI KXT el this establishment pesseswes unsur passed facilities for the execution of all kinds of Plain and Kancv Printing. COAL. B. II. MARTIN. Wholesale and Uetail Dealei In all kinds of LUMBER AND COAL. -Yard : Ne. 420 North Water and Prince etreets, above Lemen, lancawler. n3-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Heat 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. — 21 May 1880

LANCASTER DAILY ittTEtLIGMcER FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1880 3Lancasler intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING. MAT 21, 1880. Toe Much and Toe Slew Election. The reason given by the majority in the lower house of Congress for wishing te adjourn new, is that no business will be done after the presidential nomina tions are made and the presidential cam paign is opened. The fact is probably se ; "but the admission of it is net calcu lated te give us great respect for our po litical constitution. "We naturally com pare the speed and quietude with which a change of government has just been made in England with the lengthened period of turmoil which is before us be fore we can get our government started en another four years term. In England the administration which has just been turned out by the people has ruled the nation for sir years. During this period there has been no election excitement and the people were left te give all their attention te their affairs of business, pleasure and study. When the 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. — 21 May 1880

LANCASTER DAIM IKTELLIGENOER. FRIDAY, MAY 2l,(l88Q. t- THE SfATK MEDICAL SOClETT -Will Visit Lancaster In 1881. In the State medical society yesterday, Dr. It. L. Sibbet, of tlie committee en medical legislation, made a lengthy speech en the traffic in medical diplomas, expos ing the bogus institutions encaged in this business. A resolution was adopted that the committee be instructed te confer with representative physicians of Philadelphia te step and remedy this matter of traffic in diplomas. Dr. Trail Gieen wanted te knew hew many of the county societies have rules re- quiiing medical students te pass a prelimi nary examination. Dr. Zeigler, of Lancaster moved that no delegates be icceived from county societies te this society who have net complied with the icsolutien in regard te county societies appointing executive committees. After tome discussion it was moved and seconded that the motion be laid en the table. Lest by a vote or 39 te 89. Dr. Zeiglei's mo tion was then adopted...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 May 1880

I LANCSkSTlfe HATLl iNTlllGOJBRrFRIDAY MAY 21 1880: Lancaster intelligencer. FEIDAT KVBNING MAY 21, 1880. ' GOD KNOWS. jr. d. ubjtkr. In the burying ground of Dnngene9, Where the graves of the shipwrecked lie. Through the grass-grown loam, like flecks of loam JJlewn by the sea, hard by. Mid the time-worn marbles, with many a trace Of the wrinkling wind e'erspread. Is a tablet white as an upturned face When the spirit of life lias fled. With "Ged Knows!" brokenly carved thereon. Like a sob that has stiffened along the stone. Like a sob that is knotted in breast and threat Leng alter Its voice congeals. That mute "Ged Knows" amid death's wind rows Te the reader el tombs appeals. Tls a child's light body these daisies deck. The sole one washed ashore Frem the emigrant Xerthflcct's Ill-starred wreck And her ware-whelmed human store ; The only body of all the drowned. Nameless and nude, that was ever found. The clergyman paused in the luueral rites "The name of the dead?" queth he, "Ged ...

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. — 22 May 1880

Wyi mfak$ Volume XVINe. 225. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY MAY 22, 1880. Price Twe Cents. TERMS. THE DAILYLNTELLIGENCER, rCKLISIIEU EVEttV KVEK1NO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, intelligencer Kullding, Southwest Cerner r Centre Square. I'he Dailt Ixtelueksccer in furnished te subscribers in the City et Lancaster nml mi rounding towns, accessible by Railroad ami Dally Stage Lines ut Ten Cekts I'eu Wkeij, payable te the Carriers, weekly. I5y Mail, $." a year in advance ; otherwise, $. Entered at the pest efliccnt Lancaster, Pa., as -creud class mail matter. 3-Thc STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART MENT ei this establishment pe-'-eSM-H uiisiir-a-cd facilities for the execution of all kinds ! nam and lancv rrinumr. COAL. K "' MART IX, Whole-ale and Retail Dealci in all kinds of lumber axi coal. J?a-Yanl: Xe. 420 Xerth Water and l'rince rtu-els, above Lemen, Lancaster. n:-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Jtest Ouality put up expressly for family use, and at the low est market prices. TRY 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. — 22 May 1880

'fx - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!! SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1880. I 1 Hancastet intelligencer. SATTJEDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1880. The Beading Suspension. There is no sufficient reason why the stock of the Reading railroad should be considered te have lest half of its value because it was unable yesterday te bor row the money it needed te meetMts cur rent obligations. The company has been well known te have" been living en its credit and borrowing daily from Peter te pay Paul,in the'expectatien of the com ing day when the increased prices of its coal would enable it te earn enough te pay its way. As this day is certainly nearer at hand than it has been, the Heading property is mere valuable to day than ever. It is, of course, possible that the value of the property will net save the value of the stock, since the owners of the bended indebtedness may have the power te sell the property at less than its intrinsic value. This, how ever, is but a possibility. The strong probability is that the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 May 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1880. dry, East India ; C. K. Dramheller -will be settled at Hamburg, Berks county, Pa.; I. Gauker, in Sullivan ceuty, Pa.; W. H. Geiger, at Scranton, Pa.; G. C. F. Ilaas will be an assistant pastor in New Yerk city ; G. C. II. Haskarl will go te Mon treal, Canada ; J. S. Keiner te Minnesota ; J. Sander te Ridgway, Elk county, Pa; C. P. Fieman te Freeport, Armstrong county, Pa., and M. D. Zweizig will settle near Reading, where his father is a clergy man belonging te the synod in sessier. Mr. J. F. T. Hartwig, who graduated from the seminary at the same time with these students named, is present te attend the synod ; but he will be examined be fore the New Yerk synod, of which he is a member, and will be located after ordi nation in Jeffirsen county, N. Y. 15KIKF INTERVIEWS. Lat Werd " of Great Men "Taken en the riy." Jehn B. "Warfel : "Smith will get three fifths of the total county vote." Sam. A. GrefT: "I'll bet you a hat that he w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 May 1880

Mtmfi m iimiBitt,i im iimwtaummnm LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY MAY, 22 1880. f i r ILancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING MAY 22, 1880. . . THREE SCOBE AND TEM. "Our age te seventy year la set :" Twos se the aacred lyrist sung. I've crossed that boundary, and yet My inner being sccmcth young. I feci no wrinkles en the heart, Time has net chilled the social glow. Music and chastened mirth Impart Their pleasing spell of long age. The birds that carol at the dawn, The bees that through the clever swarm, And children playing en the lawn. Fer ine have lest no early charm. Science, invention, art and song, The life und progress of the age, The warlare with the faltc and wrong That patriots and Christians wage ; All that promotes the weal of men Or helps them en their upward way, Attracts me at three score and ten As under life's meridian ray. It tells me that the hour is near. Although in love deferred se long, When 1 from earth shall disappear And mingle with the silent th...

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. — 24 May 1880

& Ike Ul7. 1 Volume XVI--NO. 220. TERMS. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY MAY 24, 1880. Price Tw GMts. THE DAILYINTELLIGENCER, rUIiLISIIED EVERT EVEWIKO, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, laitrlligencer Building, Southwest Cerner or Centre Square. i'liK Daily Ihtklliekkcer is lurnislietl te Mihcribcrs in the City et Lancaster uml sur rounding towns, accessible by 1 tail read ami Daily Stage Lines Ht Ten Cents Per Week", payable te the Curriers, weeklv. 15v Mail. s year in advance : otherwise, f. Entered at the pest eftlccat Lancaster, Pa., as x-cend clans mail matter. msr The STEAM JOB POINTING DEPAUT DEPAUT MKXTeI this establishment possesses unsnr pHsvcl facilities for the execution of all kinds el Plain ami Fancv Printing. COAL. hiiy goods. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY Have epeecd a Choice Assortment of B. U. MARTIN, Wholesale and Krtaii Dealci in all kinds et LUMBER AND COAL. W Yard: Ne. 420 North Water and Prince fctreets, above Lemen, Lancaster. n3-lyd COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ceal of the Rent ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE 11 MONDAY. MAY 24, 1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, MAT 24, 1880. The Primaries. The Republican primary elections have come and gene again, and the pub lic breathes mere freely since there is an end of the demoralization, the intrigue, the buying, the drinking and the shame less political and personal corruption which annually accompany them. There is such a prevalence of all these foul circumstan ces, in the influences controlling their conduct and directing their issue, that it is utterly impossible for anybody te ,tell just hew far the real sentiment of the partv is expressed in the final de termination of the result. There is such a shameless use of money in the purchase of the " best workers in the ward," and in their purchase of the individual voters ; such a travesty of popular elections in the casting of fully one-fourth illega votes, and finally the return is se sub ject te alteration and tinkering that it is generally very hard te...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1880

LANCASTER DAILY PTOIXIGENCa 24,1880. - vival and Btir there would be if all our gifts should be bestowed for geed. In every household there should be gratitude continually poured forth because of receiv ing, but greater still should be the grati tude for blessings that we can bestow upon ethers. Zaccheus, who gave one-half of his goods te charity, is a scriptural ex ample that we should fellow. The peer widow, we should remember, gave all her 1 iving te the Lord. As far as understood the text is found te hs true. In our early days as a church we were receivers, but in later time we have be.cn givers in large measures, and we knew full well the blessedness of bestow ing gifts. We have abounded in grace and kiiewlcdge, ami new we may be doubly blessed in giving. We are in a position new te give, anil wherever understood and tried the text is found and acknowledged te Imj true. In view of the past and the present, we ought te be hopeful for the future. Faith ful teaching and working in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1880

LANCASTER AHptNJlUEIfQERIIPNDAK tMASLQteflaB&A Lancaster intelligencer. J MONDAY EVENING MAY 24, 1880. Xew Yerk Tobacco Market. Last Week's Operation In Seed Tobacco. Leaf and U. S. Tobacco Journal. Old tobacco continues te be sought after. There was a rumor that a packing of new Wisconsin and one of Pennsylvania had been taken by a packer, but no substanti ation of this could be had. Over the Lan caster press a cheerless stillness lias conic, as far as reports of sales of '79 Pennsylva nia arc concerned. The boisterous glee of a few months age, when every packer of high-priced tobacco was eulogized as a miraculously bold, shrewd and courage ous operator, has new given way te the meek and vague statements that perhaps a great deal of money will be made by these bold, shrewd, courageous operators if the worm will se thoroughly destroy the plants as te insure the fail ure of this year's crop. Se far the worm has positively refused te de this ; and if the editors of the Lancaster p...

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. — 25 May 1880

je $wxKk$ W) ipntmxgetie v Yelnme XVINe. 227. TERMS. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY MAY 25, 1880. Price Twe Ceit?. THE DAILYINTET.T.TQENOER, PUBLISHED EVERT XVmVO, BY STEINMAN & HEN8EL, intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of I centre square. Tin: Dailt Intelligencer la furnished te nilwcribers in the City of Lancaster and sur rounding towns, accessible by Railroad anil D.iily Stage Lines at Ten Cents 1kr Week, payable te the Carriers, weekly. By Mall, $5 a year In advance ; otherwise, pi. Entered at the pest efliccat Lancaster, Fa., as Mfeml class mail matter. S-Thc STEAM JOB PRINTING DEPART DEPART MKNTel this establishment jiessesses unsur liiLsMid facilities for the execution of all kinds of I'laiii and Fancv Printing. dry goods. WATT, SHAND & COMPANY Wave epeced a Choice Assortment of ftamastet intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 25, 1880. COAL. B. II. MARTIN, Dress Ginghams, Lawns & Chintzes. SPECIAL IIARUAIN. Twe Cases Yard Wide.Lawns at 8c per yard, usual price, 12c....

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 May 1880

-w"- - 'f irmt i iii inj-rliwai mta iinfc win ninntti riirtiirii'irf jrtrrfi! Ti jlim r raifni iiLfTm Hi H m LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES TUESDAY. MAY 25, 1880. It Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 25, 1880. The Census Appointees. Census Supervisor Snowden has made his appointments and we publish the list. It will be scanned with interest and laid down with disappointment by the many applicants who de net find their names there. Mr. Snowden has net done the best in all cases by any means. He kept faith with the politi cians, but broke his word te the people that the appointments should be made en the ground of fitness and irrespective of politics. Seme of his selections are utterly discreditable. The Democrats get a small number, net proportioned with their share of the vote nor with the fitness of the Democratic applicants Most of the Democrats were chosen in accordance with the bargain made bvMr. Grier with Senators Wallace and Cameren, that men should be chosen from ...

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 May 1880

LANCASTERDAILY INTEmLGENGEBLTUESDAY MAY 25, 1880. 17481880. 133d Annual Meeting of the Miniiderimn of renmtjivania. Monday Afternoon. Rev. G. F. Spieker, of Kutztown, conducted the opening exer cises, announcing the German hymn 0 IleH'gcr Geist, kehr' bci tins ein. The minutes of the morning Kessien were approved after correction. The tellers reported that Rev. Dr. W. J. Mann, had been elected president of the synod fur the ensuing year, by 109 votes out of a total 127. Dr. Mann was cordially congratulated by Dr. SchaeflTer, the retir- ing picsidciit. and in turn thanked his pre " rictcsfcorfer the hearty leceptien acceided him, and the synod for the trust reposed in him in his election. Rev. II. Grahn, of Philadelphia was cillcil te the chair as president pre tern, while Dr. Mann retired te make up his committee. The order for the afternoon sessions, namely, the constitutions for syn od, ceufeicuccs and congiegatiens. was then taken up for discussion and te be adopted as far as ess...

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. — 25 May 1880

V LANCASTER DAILPiNTELMGENCBR, TUESDAY1 MAY 25, 1880: I U ancastet intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, MAT 25, 1880. Tke Befemei Ckarcb. The Lancaster ClaasU Meeting in Quarry vUle, Saturday Merning.-Chwu was opened with singing. Prayer by Rev. D. W. Ger hard. After calling the roll, Elders Ames Hol Hel linger and 8. L. Dellinger appeared and took their seats. All the elders who were net present at the opening of classis gave their excuses and were severally excused. Owing te sickness in the charge of Rev. C. S. Gerhard he was compelled te return home this morning. He was there fore excused, and Rev. G. W. Snyder was substituted as chairman of the committee en licensure and examination, and Rev. Win. H. II. Snyder te preach the sermon en Sunday morning instead of Mr. Ger hard. The report of the committee en over tures was received, taken up item by item and adopted. The committee en minutes of classis made their report, which was received and taken up, and considered item by item. Pendi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1880

5 " y 80b LAttm.u I-lj tJ r mhi ) Volume XVI-Ne. 2S8 TERMS. THE DAILY INTELLIGENCER, lTHMBIIKIl EVERY EVENING, BY STEINMAN & HENSEL, inli-lligi-iicer I Julldiiig, Southwest Cerner of Centre Square. I'HK DII.Y iNTELMOKNCKn is lUniM-d te -iili-rilii-rs in theCity et Lancaster and snr Miiniling towns, ucci-sibli; by Kail read ami Daily "Mage Lines 'it 'Jen Cents Per Wekk, payable te the Carriers, weekly. ISy Mail, ." ii yi-.tr in advance: ethcrwi-c, fij. Entered at tlw pe.-.tiIliccat Lancaster, Pa!,as -i-i-hihI uia- mail matter. .eThiTEAM .I'M! PRINTING DKPAKT JI1.M'I tlii-. itublislimcut poi-e-M-i iinui ; a-s- il iacilitic- ler tin execution nl all kinds l nam unit rancv Printing. COAL. l 1!. MAUTIX. I-. helc-alc and IM-lail Dcalei in all kinds Ot LUMBER AN I) COAL. Jtti-Y:inl: Ne. 42) North Water and Prince strci ts, above I.cmen, Lancaster. n:i-lyil COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL! Ce.il of lh: IJist Oualily put uj expressly ler lainily ue, and at tin' low est market prices. THY A SAMPLE...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1880

LANCASTER DAILY IN?JLLUU:N;ER WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, 1880. Lancaster ftnielligencn:. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 36, 1880. A BcTired Politician. The aired Simen Cameren, who has .And iritis tbe desire of thepplioc theppliec thepplioc mea telptin'theVfajwr of the m'lifressJB ef,thejLarieaster households, they will keep a watch en the boys who distribute handbills and theatre pregrammes threuirh the town, and cause them te Riven himself out as a retired politician, quit ringing the house bells whenever . iney leave urcn iivti ...v.. .- trouble they can put them in the letter boxes or under the doers where they will be found ; but it is easier for them te threw them down or twist them around Mip ilnnr kneli and rine the bell te secure their lieing taken in. It has become a great annoyance for the servant te Ikj takcTi se often te the fleer en se unnecessary an errand , and the advertiser who thus excites indignation within the house very poorly serves his interest thereby. . They would de well ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1880

LANCASTER DAIL1 1NTELLIGENCEJR. WEDNESDAY. MAY 26 1880 appropriation of $400 or $300 he says, would secure this desideratum, and the chief employed a geed bit of persuasive eloquence upon the chairman te induce him te agitate the question. A Krcat many plugs ever the city are in a condition calling for speedy repair. Seme of them bare their mouths tee close te the gutter, making it difficult te attach the hose, while en the outskirts of the city are a number of plugs which are se seldom used that tltey become full of muddy .water. Practical firemen agree that at in tervals all such plugs should be turned en in order that they be kept clean. 17481880. 133d Annual Meeting of the MlnUteriuin or Pennsylvania. Tuetday Afternoon. -In the ministeiial session held after the regular morning ad journment, Rev. S. Laird, of Philadel phia, late of -the Pittsburgh synod, was received into the ministerium. Rev. F. C. Lampe, of Williamsport, and Rev. Strobe, of llarrisburg, applied for ad mission,...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1880

Wff fTi'iiTy"'!' Tfffff w lANOAfrTKIlb MAT'2Q 1880. ' Lancaster intelligencer. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1880. DKCOHATION DAY. The following Irymn Ur Decoration Day, dedicated te llic Grand Army of tlie Kepub lic ly J. 1'. Cevering. chaplain-in-chiet, lias been approved by the .national department, and will beused generally en Decoration Iay : Ged et the-liviiignnd the dead. We bow before Thy face ; Pleading Thy goodness and our need. Wc supplicate Thy Grace. Ai in the day that once va- ear.-. In camp, in niareh, in field Our strength was In Thy mighty arm. Tiiy guardian love our shield ; As when the storm et battle lowered. Our courage was in Time. And for one country and one ll.ig. We fought en land and sea : As wc have mourned with aching heart- The love of comrades brave. And gather here te scatter llewcis Upen each cherished grave ; Se mii-ter back our dead that tl.ey With us our rankmay till. And stand in glad fraternity, Mieuldcr te shoulder btill. Se give us laith in huina...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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