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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1880

- i,. .l.k.1 .' v ?ac vllV'V Volume XVI-Ne. 239. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JUTTO 8, 1880 Price Twe Cente. mz DRY SPECIAL BARGAINS -AT NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shades, 10c a yard ; sold everywhere ut 12Jc. One Case Twilled Beiges. 12c a yard ; worth 17c. One Cae Plain Beiges, 12c a yard ; regular price 20c. 500 SHETLAND SHAWLS In Cardinal, Blue and While, 50c each, would be cheap at 11. JUST OPENED AN IMMEXsE STOCK.OF PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer's Prices. GREAT BARGAIN. 100 21-inch Silk Parasols at $1.25 usual price $1.73. Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 10 EAST KING STREET. J. B. MARTIN & CO. -:e:- We are daily receiving Choice New Patterns LAWIS AID GIMIAIS, "WHITE GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, VICTORIA LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS, SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. CMlta's fancy Hosiery, Parasols, fc We are showing a complete stock in every department, and respectfully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO. WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS! All...

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. — 8 June 1880

mx nawrwft awcj LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE K. TUESDAY, JCNE 8, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 8, 1880, Keep Coel. The contain of excitement ia a strange thing. Even around our Dem ocratic office our party friends gather te hear the Chicago news; net that they care for it, for it does net really interest them. They de net intend te vote tqr the nominee anyway, and ought net rea sonably care very much who he may be. But our Republican friends have mere te excite them and we can't help keeping them company. There is nothing really in the matter that should necessarily dis turb even their quietude, since they probably intend te vote for the candidate whoever he is, and they certainly have no part any mere in declaring who he shall be. That power has passed out of their hands, and if they were entirely sensible they would calmly wait while their delegates are balloting and gi se renely about their business. But men cannot be sensible at all times. It is net in hum...

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 June 1880

LANUASTEMDAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1880. Meyers, Seurbeer, Stair, Stevenson, "Wike and Zeamer 8. Nay Mr. Bahn 1. The question of holding district insti tute was deferred. On motion of Mr. McCullough it was decided that the number of schools be the same as last year excepting the addition of one primary school. A committee of three, Messrs. Giyen, Bahn and Zeamer, was appointed te confer with the superintendent in regard te the reorganization of the schools. An order for $12.50 was drawn en the treasurer te pay subscription for the Scheel Journal for the members of the beaid. Adjourned. Borough JSreiltles. Mr. J. W. Yocum, editor of the Spy, and family, arrived home last evening from a visit te Montgomery county. Wm. B. Given, esq., and Master Harry Bruner started this morning for a visit te Watkins Glen, Niagara Falls and Canada. They will be absent about ten days. Messrs. J. A. Meyers and P. S. Brugh left town-this morning te attend the State pharmaceutical convention i...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1880

1 t LANCASTER DAlLtlNTELLIGBNCBR.TUESDAY TONE 8, 1880: Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JTJNE 8, 1880. The Lecal Tobacco Interest. The local tobacco trade has been very quiet during the week, and the only sales we have heard of as being positively made were 100 cases of 1878, and 160 cases of 1879, at private prices. There arc rumors of ether and larger sales of i879, one en tire packing of which is said te have been taken by a New Yerk house at 12 cents through. But if dealers have been inactive during the past week, the growers have net. They have been as busy as bees in their tobacco fields, and it is estimated that at least one-half and perhaps three-fourths of the crop of 1880 has been set out, and mere would have been could geed plants have been obtained. Planters have gene eight or ten miles, and in some cases fur ther te tret nlants. and in net a few in stances thieves have invaded the plant beds and stripped them se completely as te compel the grower te become a pu...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1880

f w- . , ... . n -"." i , f 351 ' r 1 1 .,'' ki-;.u ' Itftw' Velmne XYI-Ne. 240. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. Price Twe Celts. x vNWildrfliiMfAii,!-'! -t r m ,...-, . Sk tetic aapMmaixtfmM .x .wwvvaBHWiM; x. hw ia im a. DKT SPECIAL -AT NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Diess Goods, Spring Shades, 10c a y.inl; sold evei where utlSKc One Case Twilled Ilelges. 12c a sard: 'worth 17c. One Case l'laln Iicigcs, 12Kc a yard ; regulai linic S)c. :m SHETLAND SHAWLS In Cardinal, Rlue ami White, Me i ach, i euld be cheap at 1. JUST Ol'KNKD AN IMMENsE STOCK.OF PAHASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer's Price-!. GREAT 15AKGAIN. 100 21 inch Silk Par.tsels at $1.25 usii.il i ice $1.75. att, Shand & Company, S AND 10 EAST KING STREET. J. B. MARTIN & (XX We .lie U.uly lccenmg Choice New Patients LAWJTS AID GIMHAIS, WHITE GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, VICTORIA LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS, SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. CMlta's Fancy Hosiery, Parasols, te. We an- showing a complete slm K in ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1880

Wi-1-11-" , LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!. WEDNESDAY, J ONE 9, 1880. - J. I . ILancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 0, 1880. The Republican Candidates. After nearly a week's contention the Chicago convention has nominated James A. Garfield as the Republican candidate for president truly a most striking illustration of the mountain laboring and bringing forth a ridiculous mouse. Fer Mr. Garfield is net the manner of man whom the country would have pride in as its presi ident ; net that he is net a man of mark ed ability, but because he has net the moral greatness and strength of charac ter befitting the chief magistrate of this creat country. He is a weak man iu many respects although intellectually brilliant. He is noted for lack of stam ina, for vacillation and inconsistency. His record in Congress, where he has been anchored since the war, will be freely ventilated during the campaigh, and will show that he is net the manner of man te whom the people will eagerly seek ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1880

LAN0ASTER?1AIM INTELL1GENCEB. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 1880J SH1VELT: -SHAEFFER. A BrllUant Wedding Xt Night. Never did old Trinity Lutheran church contain within its venerable walls a mere joyous or attractive assemblage than that gathered there lasteveniug. The occasion f- was the marriage of Dr. Geerge G. Shively, of Carlisle, te Miss Jennie Shaeffer, daugh ter of the late Hen. B. A. Shaeffer, of this city. As seen as the doers of the church win opened a gaily dressed throng, a large majority of whom, of course, were young ladies, took possession of the spa cieus galleries and that part of the lower fleer of the church net specially set apart for the wedding party and invited guests. The interior of the church was festooned with evergreen, and en the altar was a .wondrous wealth or choicest flowers. Shortly after 8 o'clock the bridal party arrived, in coaches, and, as they entered, Mendelssohn's wedding march was played upon the grand organ by Mr. B. Z. Shrciner. The bridal precession w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1880

LAGASXEDilLY'-l Hancastet intelligencer, WEDNESDAY EVBNINQ. JUNE .9, 1880. A Ifew Wrinkle fer Farmers. Geraiantewn Telegraph. " On a former occasion WCailnded te a sys tem Introduced into this cpuntryby which green feed for cattle "can '-be preserved iu its fresh,gicen state, through the winter for feeding cattle. It may be .corn, grass, eats, &c., and the way it is done is done is te dig pits, which are called soles, in ob long squares, made of a capacity of 800, 000 pounds. This green provender, which is called entiUige, is. put down late in Sep tember or beginning of October, accord ing te the season and crops, and opened at such time as the feed may be needed say the beginning of December. Of course the ensilage is covered, se as entirely te exclude the air in order te ensure its proper preservation. Sir. Jehn 31. IJailey, of Billcnca, Mass., seems te be the first in this country te introduce this new system of feeding green feed in winter, and he claims his success te be th...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1880

r mJtaM lIKpttMlxg ) vIlAVV Volume XYI-Ne. 241. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1880. Price Twe Certs. VBY SPECIAL BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shades, 10c a y.ud ; i-old every wheie at 12Kc One Case Twilled Beiges. P2c a yard; worth 17c. One Case l'luin Beiges, 12Mc a yard ; regular price 20c. WjO SHETLAND SHAWLS in Cardinal, Blue and White, Mc each, would be cheap at . JUST OPENED AN IMMEXaK STOCKOF PATfcASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer's Prices. UUEAT BARGAIN. 100 21-inch Silk Parasols at $1.23 usual price $1.75. Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET. J. R MARTIN & CO We are daily receiving Choice New Patterns LAWNS AID GIMIAIS, WHITE GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, VICTORIA LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS, SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. CMlta's Fancy Hosiery, Parasols, fc We are showing a complete stock in every deput tincnt, and respectfully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO. WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS! All the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1880

"'" ' ' "'-'' S -i ti-wm'T,m'iBimtf LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES. THURSDAY, JCNE 10, 1880. - Hancaster fnteiiigencet. THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 10, 1880. Easy te Beat. This premises te be a very easy presi dential campaign. The Republican can didates are se handicapped by their rec ords that there is little danger of their success; and what little new exists will b3 removed as seen as it is certain the Cincinnati convention has made judi cious nominations against them. There is no telling in advance what degree of felly apolitical convention may be guilty of, as the Chicago convention has just demonstrated. Se that until the one at Cincinnati has come and gene, it will net de te feel certain of the defeat of Garfield and Arthur. But surely we need net be very fearful that the Demo cratic delegates, with these candidates before them, will net have wisdom enough te oppose te them men of another sort, whose characters will command the country's confidence and gain its honest vote. "We re...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1880

- L ,- LANCASTER DAILY ESTTLL1GEISTCER.1THTJESDAT.JTOTE 10 X880. A PRESBYTKBIAN MISSION. Welcome te the New Minister In Charge. Last evening the friends of the Presby terian mission chapel gathered in large numbers te welcome the minister in charge, Rev. James C. Hume. Leng be fore the time appointed for the exercises te begin the chapel was filled te overflow ing, and a great interest was shown in this reception by the officers, teachers and 'scholars, who for years have labored se faithfully for the mission. This Sabbath school has attained a standing sepend te n )iic in this city, and the success of the enterprise is due te its able and devoted corps of teachers and officers. The exercises, were opened by the singing of i-everal anthems by the choir f the Presbyterian church, after which Rev. J. Y. Mitchel addressed the audience stating that the subject of this meeting was te in troduce and'wclceme Rev. .1. C. Hume te this new field of labor. lie reviewed at length the work done ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1880

e- - - jr ' --- s. LANCASm BAIIit IttlSGfeNC&L THtmSDAY JUftE 10, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. THDBSDAY BVENINO, JUNE 10, 1880. MEDICAL. s Farmer and Gardner. Counsel by the Gennantewn Telegraph. There can hardly be two opinions as te the nutrition of hay which has been har vested at different stages of its growth or maturity. Clever ought te be cut when the blossoms are partially turning, and cured with as little direct win as possible. It is pretty much the same with timothy. If it is allowed te stand tee long it bc- pimpsHrr and liarrl and loses a larCC per tien of its nutriment and fragrance, and we doubt if it pays better, though it is generally believed that it does. Any judge of hay can tell whether it is cut early or late, and will net pay by ten or fifteen cents per hundred as much as for early cut. Spike Fences. These fences, no notice are getting mere and mere into favor, and se far as we knew directly they are much approved of. The objection made te them by these w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1880

ii& Volume XVI-Ne. 242. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1880 Price Twe Cente. p .r'J....V '-' ! . 'I ' ' - I" J mt f DRY SPECIAL -AT NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shade", 10c a y.ird ; .-old every where atl2J4c. One Case Twilled ISciges. 12c a yard ; worth 17c. one Cafe l'luin ISciges, 12c yard ; regular price 2ic. .vki SHETLAND fell A WI.t ill Cardinal, Ulue and White, .Vic each, would be cheap at 1. JUST OPENED AX IMMENnE PTOCK.OF PARASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer'.- Price,. GKKAT HAUGAIX. 100 21-inch Silk Parasols at $1.23 uiiial price $1.73. Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 1 0 EAST KINO STREET. J. B. MARTIN &C67 We are daily receiving Choice Xew Patterns LAWM AM) GIMIAIS, "WHITE GOODS, SUMMER SILKS, VICTORIA LAWNS, DOTTED SWISS, SPRING HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. Chilton's iFancy Hosiery, Parasols, 4c. We are showing a complete .stock in every depai tment, and respectfully solicit a call. J. B. MARTIN & CO. WALL PAPERS! WALL PAPERS...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1880

fcruMJWrm?X.l LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, JONE 11, 1880. ?" Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 11, 1880. Crawling Out. Mr. Garfield wrote aletter te somebody last year in -which he declared that he knew nothing of his election te the English free trade Cebdeu club, and in deed knew nothing about the club itself before he was chosen te it at the instance of Jehn Bright, who was se pleased, Garfield says, with a speech the latter had made in Congress that he wanted him in the Cobden, as a bird of the same feather. All of which may be true. Mr. Garfield has net a very well-established reputation for truthful ness and it will hardly de te take his own testimony with implicit credence as te the way in which he get into the Cob Ceb iImi dnh. or nnv ether hole it suits his political prospects te get out of. Still we may accept his story this time with something approaching te confidence, be cause it is quite characteristic of his speech and conduct te be never the sam...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1880

LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELLIGENCJER. HHDAY, JUNE.1L 1880. 1 i held by Deputy Corener Carpenter. De ceased leaves a family of grown-up chil dren. The funeral took place te-day. The coroner's jury, A. J. Ream, Jehn Krime, H. R. Eberly, Christian Keller, J. B. Hacker and Daniel Eberly, rendered a verdict in accordance with the fact. The Baptist Festival. The festival for the benefit of the First Baptist church commenced in the church last evening and was very well attended ceusideiing the inclemency of the weather. The room is tastefully decorated and the several tables arc leaded with berries, fruits, creams and confections. Table Ne. 1 is in charge of Mrs. Brackbill, assisted by Mrs. Saleme Flick, Miss Annie Brack bill and Miss Lizzie Fry. On this table is a I.irge and handsome cake te be voted for between the employees of the Penn iron works and the employees of the Best, boiler weiks. Table Ne. 2 is in chaige of Mis. J. II. Bey, assisted by Miss Allie Pcnnypacker, Mrs. Urban and Miss Ad...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1880

Hu" LANCASTM'i)ilttlikXl6yiciEt'iMbA? Elim5" Lancaster JntelUaencer. B FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1880. Bnrdette en tbe Blackberry. Burlington Hawkcye. The greatest enemy the blackberry has is boys. Five boys from town can eat mere green blackberries in a day than would ripen in a -week. Fer many years the great desideratum has been a hardy berry that could resist the premature on slaught of boys from town. It is a great desideratum still. The Schneider,, a .vari ety that was invented by an Iowa horti culturist, is the nearest approach te it. It is bred from a perfectly green persimmon crossed with a dogwood tree, and still far ther propagated with a liyDna 01 worm wood bush and wild crabapple. It is net a perfect defence, but there are a very few boys who care te eat mere than a quart of them. Nobody else, however, can ue past the field where the Schneider is growing, without being attacked by Asiatic cholera, and this tends te weaken the partial suc cesss this hardy berry has achciv...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 June 1880

- ,1 .r t fi VAWV- 77i5: . : v- 1 Voleme XVI-Ne. 243. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1880 Price Twe Crate. AtMl'Ullll'UUfl ' 9k k h DRY BUILDING OF NEW STOEE BY STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, AND CLOSING SALE OF DRY GOODS - - AN EXTRAORDINARY SCALE. We hereby announce te the public that our Rebuilding Operations, new in pi o e gress, will include sonic radical changes in our picscnt store, and duiing the summer materially reduce the size of the building. "W'c find ourselves with the largest stock we have ever had at this stage of the season, aggregating almost A ILLION DOLLARS IN VALUE. And it is net only desirable, but necessary, that a large portion thereof should be closed at once. Although the great bulk of this stock was contracted for en a basis of values much lower than new, we have determined, after careful consideration, instead of storing away the goods, te distribute among our patrons and consumers generally, say one half, or FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH, At such...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 June 1880

J-U LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!. SATURDAY, JONE 12, 1880. fr fcgl I Lancaster intelligencer. SATUBDA.Y EVENING. JUNE 12, 1880. Onr Disappointed Secretary. Secretary Sherman removed Collector Tutten, it seems, because Tutten's friend, McManes, did net vote for Mr. Sherman at Chicago, after having prom prem ised se te de. A conversation between Tutten and Sherman, which Las just taken place at "Washington, is report ed in the newspapers, in which the secretary is made te say very distinctly that he did net keep his word with Tut Tut eon because McManes did net keep his word. He received with incredulity Tutten's expression of belief that Mc Manes was only waiting till his chance for the nomination opened out before going for hiru. Mr. Sherman evidently considered McManes entirely tee slew and cautious with his support, and he asks the decapitated Tutten, with a fair show of reason, hew it happened that McManes could hasten te Garfield with his one vote, while he restrained his ar do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 June 1880

' -V ' A ' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER! SATURDAY. JTJNE 12, 18l0. K i De. Browxihe's Tonic and "Alterative Is the popular Bleed Purifier, Tonic, etc., because it in made by a. Regular Graduate of Medicine, is the result ei scientific research, U accurately and elegantly compounded, wonderfully cfll cfll cacieus, is taken in very small loses, and is pure, clean, and pleasant te the taste. Price 50 cents and 91. Fer saleby the Proprietor, W. Champien Ilrewntng, M. D., 1117 Arch Street, Philadelphia and all DrucgUts. jelO-lwd&w TrX Lecher's Renowned Cough Syrup. XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1TV TAXEh. The duplicate efcity taxes is new in the hands of tlie Treasurer. Five per cent, abate ment will be allowed en all taxes paid onorbe enorbe onerbe lore July I, ISM). E. WELCHANS, jc4-UlM,F&iU Treasurer. d&t oeon. Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken et your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? II se. goa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 June 1880

mX TMrtrn t vV -7AN0A8TR)AfLY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY JUNE 12, 1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. SATDBDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1880. medical. S' The First Man Who Ate Crew. Springfield Republican. The erijrin of the phrase " eating crew" is appropriately revived in these conven tion days. An old farmer en the Hudsen, below Albany, took summer boarder te eke out the profits of his farm. He sold the best of his farm products, however, and often palmed en his boarders "store" articles beujrht at a low price. Te their murmurs he replied : " I kin eat anything, I kin eat a crew." This remark was repeated se often that one of the guests finally shot a crew and get the cook te prepare it for dinner. Fearful, how ever, that the farmer might have stomach for even such a dish, the bird was liberally seasoned while cooking with Scotch suuff. The farmer was rather taken back when the dish was placed before him, but had tee much lilnck te tjvc in beaten without a trial and attacked the bird, with the ...

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