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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1880

I i t fwtf ate VllVVV Volume XVI-Ne. 2. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1880 Price Twe Celts. lb ,iHHK C57 4 I I Hip I u u u u ' dry WHO IS We de net want you te get the impression that great reduc tions are being made in the prices of goods elsewhere and net here. We are, as usual, below the market, and intend te stay there. The following list embraces enough of our stock te give some clue te the rest of them. We quote articles new in great favor as low-priced goods ; but in general they are net reduced. We have been there all the time. JOHN WANAMAKER. SILKS. SUMMER SILKS. Stripes. modest, medium and bold.. $0 V, .Ihsih: checks und stripes. Checks en Milid Kreunil .vi Chcnestiipes, shaded Kt "Mille lta" extra quality 7." I 5cm. inipeited, 2J indict, gieat vnncty 1 00 BLACK SILKS. 'ies-;jtttin peran iiml taffetas fe 7." Fine or heavy ceiil gies-grain ami pcrn.ui. DO hix makes, leicixn and Amciiean, Jet or laven black, lieavy and light 1 00 Ciicliciniic HiiiMi. 21 i nelle-, IScllen,...

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. — 14 June 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE!?. MONDAY, JONE 14,1830. ILancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 14, 1880. Garfield's Credit Mebilier Keeerd. The mere thoughtful members of the Republican party are net disposed te con tent themselves with answering the at tacks en Garfield's record by flippant re marks about "mud-throwing" and the "licentious press." Because these at tacks proceed from the Democratic jour nals and most of the independent news papers of the country, some of our Re publican contemporaries are satisfied with the declaration that they are mere partisan sound and fury, of no mere effect in a political campaign than the din of Chinese gongs in modern warfare. Men of wider compre hension see that they are mistaken. It may be that Gen. Garfield did net delib erately sell his vote te Oakes Ames, nor take a direct bribe from Richard C. Par sons te influence his course as chairman of the committee en appropriations in reporting the expenditure of the money needed by the Wa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1880

-- -W . V1"" VT " y--.-"TS LANCASTER DAIM INTELLIGENCER. MOJjDAt, JtJNE 14, 1880. f- t - V r heard of any tobacco fields being attacked. The young plants are growing finely, and if no mischance happens a great crop arill be gathered. THE 8TKAWBEBKV CAMPAIGN. Clese or St. Mry' Festival. The festival at the " old btene church " (St. Mary's), "West Vine sriet, closed en Saturday night. The attendance was very large, the room at all times being crowded and the spacious grounds, which were handsomely illuminated with Chinese lan terns, were thronged with premenaders. Clemmens's City comet band was present during the evening and enlivened things with its excellent music. In con gruence of the large attendance, the sales were brisk, every table being stripped and although in the final sales by auction and otherwise many things went "dirt cheap," figuratively speaking, the net profits of the affair will reach the liand EOTie figure of $700, which will be devoted te the fund for the establis...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY JUNE 14, 1&80. V Lancaster fntellifiencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1880. New Yerk Tobacco Market. U. 8. Tobacco Journal. Brokers transacted an enormous quanti ty of business with their tongues this week. Their qualifications for magnify ing transactions are likely te become pro pre Terbial. Sifted down te reality, the trans actions sum up mere heavily this week than in any of the weeks during the past few mouths. The centre of attraction, both for buyers and sellers, is the '79 Penn sylvania. Timidity te buy in any large quantities characterizes the prospective buyers, and a haughty, self-relyinc air the would-be sellers. An almost impenetrable secrecy as te prices is preserved by all. Conjectures of all sorts are indulged in whenever a sale is announced. Seme held that the '79 Pennsylvania which has left the packers' hands, whatever the amount, was taken at no profit te them, for the rea son that they fear a stampede of the army of packers...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1880

"3 mtki$nMMmM x -7.mi'j Velime XVI-Ne. 245. LANCASTER, PA. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880 Price Twe Cents. mt dry SPECIAL BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. One Case Flgnrcd Dress Goods, Spring Shades, 10c a y.tnl ; held everywhere at 12Xc Hie Case Twilled Beiges, uyc a yard ; worth 17c. One Cus-e Plain Beiges, 12We a yard : regular price 20c. , HU SHETLAND SHAWLS in Cardinal, Blue and White, SOc each, would he cheap at $1. JUST OPENED AX LMMENaE STOCK.OF PABASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At lens than Manufacturer's Prices. GREAT BARGAIN. 100 21-inch Silk Parasols at $1.2.1 it-.mil price $1.73. Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 10 EAST KING STREET. SUMMER DBY GOODS - AT HAGER & BROTHER'S. LAWNS! LAWNS! LAWNS! CHKTONNES, GINGHAMS, CHINTZES. Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings. Planes, Swls Mull. Linen de Dacca, Nainzoek. Parasol s, Sun rnihrcllas, Hosiery, Li-dc Cleves. Received this day a Special Let et Laces. Duchess, Siiani-.li Point, Valencia, Lun l tiedecand ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1880

. -rr. a'Wi iitii a3 LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, JCNE 15, 1880. .j r t..-! Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1880. The Coming' Contrast. The Cincinnati convention is likely te present a strong contrast te the Chica Chica Chica gocenvention in many particulars, and in nothing mere conspicuously;than in the absence of bad feeling between the friends of the different candidates and of undue persistence in forcing their choice upon their fellows. At Chicago an ex-president of the United States in sisted upon keeping his name before the convention long after it was manifest that his candidacy was net approved by the majority of the mem bers. His adherents openly avowed their intention te adhere te him until they had forced a majority te come te his support. There will surely be no such exhibition at Cincinnati. Already we knew that the candidate whom his party wants te nominate, Horatio Seymour, will have a letter presented te the con ventien declining the ho...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1880

LANCASTER DAELX INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1880. h FORGERY. A Check liaised from 3 te 9500. A story is en the streets that en last Wednesday David Landis, butcher, of Bird-in-Hand, gave te a man named Rudy a check for $5, and that Rudy " raised " the check te $500, had it cashed and departed for parts unknown. Our informant could net give us the name of the hank at which the check was cashed, and none of our hankers knew anything about the matter. The check was probably cashed by a country bank. Rudy and a companion named Adam Wise were at the Serrel Herse hotel, this city, en Thursday last, with plenty of money, and one of them get a 50 note changed, since which neither of them has-been see n. time Tlie Steiiiniaii-HeiiHel Caire Court. In the Supreme Mr. Shapley, one of the counsel for the editors of the Intelligexcei. in the dis barment matter, went up te llarris burg this mernmr from Philadelphia, and a dispatch received from there states that en Ins application the supreme...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1880

LANCASTER DMM INTELLIGENCER. TtTESteY JOTE 15, 1880. k Lancaster Intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1880. WHIST. A I'eellcal Manual or Authority. Wilkes's Spirit of the Times says for Whist there is nothing se geed as the rhyming rules first published in "Pele en Whist " anil sur render space for their reproduction. II you the modern gauie of Whist would knew, Frem this great principle its precepts Hew : Treat your own hand as te your partner's joined. And play, net one alone, but "both com bined." Veur llrst lead makes your partner under stand What is the chief component or your hand : And hence there is necessity the strongest That " your Ur.-t lead be Irem your suit that's longest." in tlii-. with "Ace" ami " Kin-," lead "King," then "Ace." With "King" and"ueen," "King" ale has first place: With "Ace," "Queen." " Knave." lead " Ace ' and then the " Queen :" With "Ace, lour small ones." "Aee" should llr-t be s-ccn : With "Queen," "Knave,"" Ten," you let the " (Juccn " preced...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 June 1880

Wq& 'fmtMmmt - 1 h l I.v. - Volume XVl-Ne. 246 CLOTJIJWO. J. K. SMALING, THE ABTIST TAILOR. Opening te-day of a large and select line or English levelties FOR SUMMER WEAR. Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds, IIANNOCKISUUN CELTIC CHEVIOTS. G A M HKOOX 1" A It AM ATA AXP BATISTE CLOTHS. SKKUSrCKKltS. VALKXCIAS. VAUOLE AND MOIIAIlt COATINGS. Linens in Great Variety. WilterdM'added Pucks in IMnlii ami Fancy Styles. A Large Asseituicut of Fancy Hi All tlu- latest novelties of Uiu season. The public- me eenliallv Inviteil te examine our stock, w tii-li we claim te be the handsomest anil me-,1 icelierclit! ever elleivit fortlieliet weather. I. KSMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH OUEEN STREET. H.GERH ART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having iiist returned from the New Yerk Woolen Maiket, 1 am new prepared te exhibit oneel the IScM. Selected Stocks et WOOLENS KOIl THE Ssrii aM Sillier He, liver brought te this city. lnMllll Nene but the very ENGLISH, FRENCH AUD AMERICAN FABR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 June 1880

.,.-. -.-. -. -"- Hancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 16,1880. Garfield's Defense. The Philadelphia Press introduces in defence of Garfield a letter -written by Judge Black at the time of the Credit Mebilier investigation, in which he ex presses his conviction of the innocence of Garfield of any guilty knowledge of that fraudulent association. Judge Black is a very geed witness te put upon the stand, even though lie speaks as the friend and counseller of Garfield. It would be prudent, however,' for our Re publican friends net te lay tee great stress upon Judge Black's opinion, as there ex ists a possibility that it does net remain the same new as then. And it would be inconvenient te find the judge renounc ing an opinion upon which Republican faith in Garfield's innocence is founded. It would be better for his defenders te point out evidence which shows his inne cence, if there is any. Thus far Mr. Garfield has produced nothing but his own averment. The case against him...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 June 1880

LAKCASTEll DAll INTELUGEKCEK. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16, 1880. Polluting the Water. Yesterday Superintendent Kitch, of the water works, learned that the entrails of a dead cow had been thrown into the Cones Cenes toga creek near Edcu. He ariaited the place, and alter finding the offensive mat ter, he had it brought ashore and burned. Complaint was made before Alderman Dennelly, of the Seventh ward, charging Charles Mowery and Abraham Brubaker with having placed the entrails in the creek. They were arrested by Chief of Police Deiekler and gave bail for a hear ing. Died in the West. Information has reached Lancaster that the little daughter of Mr. Samuel F. Rath von, late of this city, died in Sterling, Kansas, en the 10th of June, aged 11 months. Mrs. Rathveu is a daughter of Hep. Henry S. MeGraw, ex-st.itc treas urer, and has many friends in this state and Maryland who will sincerely sympa thize with this sere affliction. Slight Accident. A gondola car was run ever the trestle work of Davi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 June 1880

I I LANCASTER DAILY lNTKlXlGKNCffR. WEDNESDAY JUNE 36, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 16,1880. dry goods, &-c. IMemu Jacksea Vtaalcates Himself. Habrisbdbq, Pa., June 14, 1880. Meuri. Steinman & Hensel : Gentleman : Having Been a statement published in the Lancaster New Era of Friday, June 11, 1880, regarding the ar rest of a certain Frank Dcauicr, by Con stable Lyle, at Columbia which statement is in general a tissue of falsehoods I would kindly ask for space hi the Intel ligencer te vindicate myself. FaUehoed Ne. . "And hud lieeii com pelled te leave $50 with one of the alder men as security for costs, &c." Xewthere were no costs, &c, against him, ami hew could he leave $50 as security for ceU, Act FaUehoed Ne. 2. 4Lyle appeared be- ft.w. A Hnrman .lacksOU.Ot tllO Ninth Ward. from whom he learned that Deanier had been arrested for riding en ears." Mr. Lyle never leanied any such thing fieui Alderman Jacksen, because he was net arrested for r...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 June 1880

Ik 1 mxjMM V Volume XVI-Ne. 247. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1880 Price Twe Cents. " " rr,',"iv.i7v'W5' '" 1 la, DRY SPECIAL BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORK One Case Figured Dress Geals, Spring Shades, 10c a yird ; sold everywhere at 12Jc. JUST OPENED AN IMMENsE STOCK.OF PAKASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manuiacturci's Trices. GREAT I5ARGA1N. 100 24-Inch Silk Parasols at $1.2ri usual price $1.75. Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET. STJMMEK DET GOODS -AT- HAGER & BROTHER'S. LAWNS! LAWNS! LAWNS! CRETONNES, GIXGIIAMS, CHINTZES. Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings. Phpies, Swiss Mull. Linen de Dacca, Nainzoek, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Hosiery, Lisle Gloves. Received this day a Special Let of Laces. Duchess, Spanish Point, Valencia, Lan--iicdecaud Rrctenuc Lace. Hamburg Edgings uml Inscrtings. Gauze Underwear ter Ladies :iinl Children. HAGER & BROTHER, NO. 25 WEST KING STREET. CLOTHING. A FACT WORTH EEfflEIBEBIIG !...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 June 1880

ffHiWina nwiAii LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY, J ONE 17, 1880. ) I SLaucastct Intelligencer. THUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 17, 1880. Gov. Seymour. The Philadelphia Times is advised from Utica that Mr. Seymour has net written a letter te the Cincinnati dele gate from his district, declaring that he will in no event accept the Democratic nomination. A letter te this effect which has been published is pronounced a fabrication. It will seem te the public, in view of the persistent statements falsely purporting te come from 3Ir. Sey mour, taking him out of the presidential field, that there is a malicious intent in some quarter te get him out of the way by unfair means. The party in the coun try, however, is tee much interested in Mr. Seymour's candidacy te make any such attempt successful. There is a clear desire te nominate him if lie will accept. Everyone knows that lie is net a candidate and that he does net desire the nomination, lie has repeatedly said se and there is no reason ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 June 1880

. LANCASTER DAIM IKTBLLIGENCEK. THTJBSPAY. JTJNE 17, 1880. theory and receives the first form of it in the crystal. Each lower stage of existence opens the way for a higher, reaches its cul mination in man, and here life reaches its perfection, and becomes animated by a definite purpose. The true end of moral life is te bring man back te his original fellowship with his Creater, from which he has fallen away. Systems have been es tablished with this end in view by various schools of philosophy, .all of which have proved defective in idea and void of effect. Man must try te attain the perfection of his moral life net in himself, but in Ged. The heart which is the seat of all our in tentions must be cultivated, and the great evils of society must be eradicated by the light of Christianity. Morality, the first degree in religion,is kept sacred by striving te "act in accordance with the Divine law, and readies its perfection in religion in fol lowing the true, the beautiful and the geed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 17 June 1880

Wfga iHMMMM liM LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY JUNE 17, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1880. Wonders of Microscopy. Thirteen Compound Microscopes at the Con ference Meeting. There was a large and appreciative at tendance at the conference meeting of the Lancaster microscepical society en Tues day evening. The lcpeit of the curator showed geed work for the month. The lecture of Rev. C. E. Houpt upon the "Evidences of Divinity as revealed by the Microscope," was an impiessive argument. "We regret that the crowded state of our columns te-day prevents its publication in full. His development of the cell theory was especially clear and intelligible. After the lectuic the micioscepcs weic seen in position and the exhibition of the minute things of natuic which followed for an hour or meie was such as would arouse intcicst in minds unaccustomed te think, and gladden eyes unused te sec the wonders and the beauties of nature se lavishly distributed en ever...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 June 1880

ittdtigine je avKM Volume XVI-Ne. 248. DRY GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS AT THE NEW YORK STORE. One Case Figured Dress Goods, Spring Shades,10c a ytrd ; sold everywhere at 120. urn; iUMu x w uiuia iuigus, i-yyz u i aru ; wuiui One Case IMain Beiges, 12c a yard ; regular nue SHETLAND bllAWLS in Cardinal, Blue a JUST OPENED AX IMMENaE STOCK.OF PABASOLS AND SUNSHADES, At less than Manufacturer's Prices, usual price $1.75. GREAT Watt, Shand & Company, S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET. SUMMER DET GOODS -AT- HAGER & BROTHER'S. LAWNS! LAWNS! LAWNS! CRETONNES, GINGHAMS, CHINTZES. Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings, Plain and Lace Buntings. Piques, Swiss Mull. I.inen dc Dacca, Nainsoek, Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Hosiery, Li-lc tilevcs. Received this day a Special Let of J.aces. Duchess, Spanish Point, alcucia, Lim ..iii doe and I'.relenne I.aee. Hamburg Edging'? and Inserting. Gauze Underwear ter Ladies ami Children. HAGER & BROTHER, CLOTHING. A EACT WORTH THE REPUTATION OF THE ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 June 1880

j-1 )" ---p ' - -' - 1 LANCASTER iAlL INTELLIGENCER. ERIDAY, J ONE 18, 1880. OS. Lancaster intelligencer. FEIDAT BVBNINO. JUNE 18, 1880. An Audacious Demand. Mr. Garfield has made a speech in "Washington since his nomination, hut in it made no reference te the grave accu sations that are current against his in tegrity; and from the same place comes a report that hy the advice of his friends he does net propose te make any further explanations of these matters beyond that which he has already given te the public. This decision may be the only one open te him. It is te be presumed that he has said in his defence all that can be said, as he would have had no motive when heretofore seeking te ex plain his conduct te conceal any part of his defence. As that stands it is simply a denial of the testimony of Oakes Ames that he held stock in the 'Credit Mebiiier and re ceived as profits upon it its par value, and $329 in. excess thereof. Te his own statement is added an expression of opin io...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 June 1880

LANCASTER DA1M 1KTELLIGENCEK. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1880. '. : MYSTERIOUS DEATH. A Mangled Vedy Found in the Conestoga. Yesterday morning A. II. Hall and Jelin F. Griel went fishing in the Cdnestega, near tbe railroad bridge cast of this city. They noticed a dark-looking object lying in the middle of the stream, but suppos suppes it te be a leg or stump paid but little at tention te it. About a o'clock in the aftcrnoen'somc boys came along in a beat, aud rowed out te the object te see what it was. They found it te be the dead body of a man, and reported the fact te Ball and Giiel, who taking the boys' beat lowed out into the stream, secured the body and towed it ashore. It prered te be a well-dressed young man, unknown te them. Seme of the boys were sent te town te notify the coroner who immedi ately empannelled the following jury and lepaiicd te the scene : Capt. Jehn A. Schuh, Henry R. Mishlcr, Jeseph Snyder, J. W. Hess, Bernard Mulhatten aud J. B. Amwcg, esq., Dr. "Wm. Compten was als...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 June 1880

7"'yT' BS1&2S& LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY JUNE 18, 1880. Eancastct Intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 1880.JE vnr goods, tc. EST BARGAINS IN Bi& Men's Little Beys. Henry Clay, the grandson of the famous statesman, was given a parting dinner by his associates of the bar and old friends, at Louisville, Ky., the ether day. One of the toasts read: "Yeung Harry Clay; he will truly deserve the title of discoverer when he finds a race of people who never heard of the fame of his ancestor. -Mr. Clay will sail with Captain Ilewgatc en the leth instant and expects te be gene about three years. lllainc's boys talk, tee, but with mere sense than Grant's erratic son, the bloody Colonel Frederick, A. D. C. "I am sorry personally, that your father cannot get the nomination, " said a gentleman te Em Em eons JJlaine.tlic second son of the senator, in Bosten, the ether evening. "But, " continued the gentleman, "your father will be known as one of the most distin guished men...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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