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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 June 1880

v - i z mfakfi vllvVV m Volame XVI-Xe. 249. jebf RARE BARGAINS -IX- DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. WILL BE OFFERED JUNE, JULY In order te maintain during these ordinarily dull months the activity that In our estab lishment characterizes all the rcit of the year. K-ipccially will thU apply te the following departments: THE SILK DEPARTMENT, in which wendciful induecmontsnreefferedin Black and Colored Silks, Summer and Fancy Silks, etc. The Dress Goods Departments, in which considerable reductions have been made in Lace and Plain Buntings, Grenadines, 1'rennh Nevell Ip-. ami all ncmsoii ncmseii ablu Fabrics. The Black Goods Department, , in which large lines et desirable goods have been marked down te caiisea rapid clearance, including tlie immense stock et Buntings and Grenadines. THE MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Will supply all who c.innet visit us personally with samples of whatever may be needed. Strawbridge & Clothier, Eighth and Market Streets, Philadelphia. SPECIAL -AT NEW YORK STORE. One...

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. — 19 June 1880

mrwmm in nny km,7s LAJVOASTEk AilA iftTJ&LlGENCEK SAtURDAY, J ONE i9, iS80. Hancaster Intelligencer. SATUBDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1880. Themas F. Bayard. A life of Themas F. Bayard by Ed ward Spencer, of Maryland, just issued by the Appleton's, presents him as "a man upon whom the hopes of very many are concentrated that he may become in the near future the leader of the republic backward from perilous paths te the better ways of old." This is strictly true, and these who have this hope are net all of them Democrats. Mr. Bayard enjoys the highest consideration from political Mends and fees. His bearing has richly earned it. He is a statesman worthy of the purest days of the republic, in which there is no guile. He has always been a firm and consistent Demo Deme crat, but his honest and earnest conduct has wen for him the esteem of every party. "Whatever may be said of the present result at Cincinnati it is the fact that the hope of his fellow Democrats is te see him some day in th...

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. — 19 June 1880

-T JfW- J r-y.l JLAKCASTEll DAU.Y 1KTELL1GEKCEK. SATUBDAS. JUNE 19, 1880. -f - MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. Prof. Keiinskland the Pupils of tlie Glrlf Secondary Scheel. The high school building was filled last night with, a very large audience, consist i lg of school directors and patrons of the public schools, who had assembled te en joy a musical entertainment given under direction of Musical Instructor Kevinski, by the pupils of the girls' secondary school, assisted by four boys of Mr. Hcrr's sccond sccend aiy school. Te say the entertainment was a 'oed one, and creditable alike te the in structer and the pupils is but small praise, and jet tills is huuui ;wi wc uuii buj owing te the ciewded condition of our col umns. The peifeimcis numbeied about "2 gii Is and 4 boys, all neatly and some of them elegantly attired. They presented a most beautiful appeal ance as they steed gieupcd together in the front of the laige school room. Following i- the pio pie gntmme : Chorus "Morning uil." com...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 June 1880

7' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY JUNE 19, 1880. Hancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1880. Dressy Toilettes. The fancy for black and white mixtures, and the revival of laces, have brought a return te the rich toilettes of white silk trimmed -with black lace flounces. These are especially handsome when illuminated very slightly with the brilliant Prince of Wales red satin. A beautiful dress of white silk has the skirt nearly cov ered with three deep flounces of black thread lace, which has the figures mere plainly developed by being laid uponpleat upenpleat ings of sheer white silk-muslin. A black lace cape is draped at the top of the flounces te form a short apron. The square necked basque is of white silk, smoothly covered with black Lice, and the sleeves of the lace arc left without lining. Large bows of dark red satin arc en the sides of the skirt, the corsage and sleeves. Anether full dress toilette for summer is made of Surah silk in the fashionable lav...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 June 1880

t ftattfagfc m Volume XVI-Ne. 250. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1880 Price Tire Cents. CLOIUINO. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have fei sale for the coming season's un Immense Stock of of our own manufacture, wliicli comprises the L-itCMluiiil Most STYIJSI DESIGIS. Come ami ace our NEW GOODS FOB 1BCKANT TJM1H, which i-i larger and composed of the he-t styles 1i In- IeuikI in the city.' ii. B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. J-Myil LANCASTER. 1A H. GERHART'S r.iilering Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having (uM. lrtiiruvil from the New Yerk U'oeli'ii .MaiKcl, 1 am new pivp:mai ie t:hibit our et'llic llr-l M'lcetcil Mocksef WOOLENS roil Til K m mi Smnmer Trafle, I.vit brought le tliKcily. Nene hut the very ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FABRICS, in all the Leading MIi'-. I'licesat low a the InueM, ami all goods warranted as lepresent r.l.at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. noens ax it stationery. XTKlV STATIOAKKV! New, l'l.iin and Fancy STATIONERY. AKe, Velve...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 June 1880

LANCATMtv M1LY JNTEIliGBNCtiti. MONDAY, JOXE 21, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 21, 1880. Presidential Aspirants. The friends of some of the Democratic candidates at Cincinnati de net seem te be warned by the fate of the leading candi dates at Chicago and by the numerous lessens of the past which should teach all presidential aspirants, and certainly these who are net the weightiest of the weighty, that they lese all chance of suc cess by beating their drums tee loudly and by thrusting themselves tee persist ently and actively into the position of contestants for the nomination. The two-thirds rule of Democratic national conventions is fatal te the pretensions of weiking candidates. It is the part of prudence for every man who really de hires te be nominated net te appear te be anxious for it. If he is a strong man, with a geed record, he should be content te let that speak for him and rely upon the faithful efforts of a few discreet f liends in his behalf. It m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 June 1880

: LANCASTER VAtLY IKTELL1GEKCER. MONDAt, JUNE 21, 1880. 't K ST. PAUL'S M. E. CHUKCn. ICo-epened and Re-dedlcaled. Yesterday this church was re-opened and re-dedicated te the -worship of Ged.and the day will be remembered as a grand one in her history. After several months of re pairing, remodeling, painting and cleaning, tins chinch was finally finished during last week and new presents a very handsome appeal ancc. The improvements having already been noticed it lemains only te .sav that the church new is one of the neat est and most beautiful in the city and its ineuibciship is te be commended for the earnest weik and the sacrifices they have made, and congratulated upon their sue cu--. The improvements, net including the basement, weie made at a cost of about Si. GOO, and of this amount about $000 was raised by 20 of the mcmbeis fiem outside patties, thiii leaving :i balance of $1,000 te bj laised yestciday. Large as this amount appealed te people aheady taxed consider ably for e...

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

LANCASTER J)A1LI INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY JUNE 21, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, 1880, Seng or the Shin. Baltimore Sun. A peer shop girl, in Londen, recently killed herself in a fit of nervous prostra tion and despair, resulting from incessant labor and peer returns therefer. It is the song of the shirt te a new air. Since the days of Heed, however, there has been a great improvement in the condition of workers everywhere, and particularly in this country, though even here many of them lead hard lives, laboring night and day, week after week, for wages that serve only for a scant dally support. In this city there is one very geed association for the ameliora tion of the condition of working women that which provides for their legal protec tion and secures for them at least the wages they may have earned. It is sadly true that, in some cases, even this peer re turn is denied them. Small wonder, then, that occasionally one hears of a working woman driven by her ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1880

lb t fmtfa fnidlteeuM Velame XVL-Ne. 251. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1880. Price Twe Cents. DRY GOODS. GKENTLEMEN ! Lancaster I-ntcIKgenccr. WE ARE OFFERING SPRING AND SUMMER WOOLENS AT REDUCED PRICES. Having a large stock of choice styles bought at low prices for cash down, enables us te offer superior inducements in this line of goods. Having one of the best eutters in the city, we guarantee te give perfect satisfaction in lit and make up of every ar-tit-le of clothing we sell. In LAUNDIUED and UXLAUNDRIED SHIRTS we keep none but the best, all made of the best materials and guaran teed te give satisfaction in fit and wear. Wc have GENTS' GAUZE UNDERWEAR, all sizes and qualities, from 34 te 50 inches. GENTS' GAUZE and JEAN DRAWERS, all sizes and finalities. The finest assortment of Fine and Medium Hosiery in all the best makes of lisle thread. New and Choice Hosiery, Pelka Dots, etc. We have an endless assortment of Suspenders, Cellars and Cuffs, Neckties and Bews, Handkerch...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENT TUESDAY, JDNE 22, 1880. Hancasiet. intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 22, 1880. Greatness and Goodness. Xapoleen Bonaparte has taken rank in history as one of the greatest men of the world, but history will need te be revised te accord with the latest information as te his character, unless we can admit that the greatest of men may also be the meanest, and that greatness and virtue liave no part or let with each ether. It has been said of Lord Bacen, whose rank as one of the world's great men can never be disputed, that he was also the meanest of mankind. In that day Xapoleen had net lived, by whose side Bacen was noble. We fear that it will have te be admitted that greatness in the world's eye does net come se invariably as it should te the men who remember and act upon the lessens of goodness and mo rality that are taught them at their mother's knee. All ever the world geed parents are striving te de their duty te their children by teaching them te be ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 June 1880

V- LANCASTER DAILY 1KTEIXIGENCEK. TUESDAY, JUNE 22- 1880. i Police News. Last evening Abraham Rinchart and Samuel Overly, who were drunk, began fighting en Lew street. The neighbors heard the noise, and one of them made complaint before Alderman Dennelly of the Seventh ward against the men. Offi cer Leaman started te arrest them, but be fore he arrived en the ground, Officer Jler ringer, who had heard of the row, had taken Overly in charge and started with him te the station house. Overly went along quietly for some distance, but final ly started te run. The officer chased him te his house in Middle street, where, after considerable trouble the man was arrested, Chief of Police Deichlcr and Officer Storm Sterm feltz having come te Merringer's assist ance. This morning the mayor sent Over ly te jail for 5J0 days. Itinehart was ar rested by Officer Leaman, and will be heard before Alderman Dennelly. The mayor sent another drunk te jail for 20 days and a third for 25 days. Tlic Runaway...

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

wiV-';-' --"-x t-?"!' "P H-1 " '1 ",'!,,, TrT 'f -V w.- "-- ' I t- , jlr --- aPwi3!9i ' LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY JUNE 22, 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1880. TUB PUZZLED CENSUS-TAKElt. " Get any boys ?" Uie marslial sal J Te a lady from ever the Rhine ; And the lady shook her flaxen head And civilly answered, " Nine !" "Get any girls?" the marshal said Te the lady from ever the Rhine ; And again the lady shook her head And ciTllly answered, "Nine:" " Cut some are dead ?" the marslial wild Te the lady from ever the Ithinc; And again the lady shook her head And clrllly answered, " Nine !" "Husband, et course!" the marshal said Te the lady from ever the Ithinc ; Anil again she shook her flaxen head And civilly answered. " Nine !" "Tlie d 1 you have 1" the marshal said Te the lady from ever the lthine; And again she shook her flaxen head And civilly answered, " Nine !" " New what de you mean by shaking your head And always answering 'Nine?'" "Ich...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1880

.-.--It- -w -- Volume XVI-Ne. 252. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1880. Price Twe Certs. Uf aOfte U l CLOTHING. J. K. SMALING. TEE ARTIST TAILOR. Opening te-day of a large and select line of English Novelties FOU SUMMER WEAR. Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds, BANNOCKBURN CELTIC CHEVIOTS. GAMBROON PARAMATA A XI) BATISTE CLOTHS. SEERSUCKERS. VALENCIAS, PAROLE AND MOHAIR COATINGS. Linens in Great Variety. Wilterd'.-. Padded Ducks in Plain and Fancy Styles. A Large Asseitiucnl of Fancy Ml All tlie latest novelties of tlie season. Tlie public aie cerdialiy invited te examine our Muck, which we claim te be the handsomest and most recherche ever ellered ler the het ueather. I. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH OUEEN STREET. Spring Opening SM CENTRE SQUARE. We have fin sale ler the coining reasons an Immense Stock of I et our own manuiaclure, which comprises the Latest and Most STYLISH DESIGIS. Come and see our NEW GOODS which is larger and composed el tlie best styles te he ieuni...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1880

nMHani - LANGASTK AlLY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, i880. Lancaster ihttellCgencer WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, JUNE 23, 1880. Shall we Change the Method X Seme of these days we will have te change our method of electing presi dents. There are a great many of our election methods that will need te be changed te give us better officers than we have new, if we are going te exist much longer as a republic. Why must we have such incompetent men in office, from the presidency down ? We have been particularly unfortunate in our presidents in these latter days. Compare the let we have had since Jacksen with these who went before ; and then com pare the latest specimens, Grant and Hayes, and a possible Garfield, with Lin coln and his immediate predecessors. They are getting steadily worse. Con ventions de net discriminate wisely in their nominations and the people incline te swallow almost any stick their party puts up. It would be better if the elec tors should be allowed te elect in fact in st...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1880

4WiLiy. i&mikpi 'jaimw i ' .' "" '"CR y THAT BBIGHT LEGAL UCHT. He Whips a Man at Hl own Heuse and U Again Locked up. Yesterday afternoon XJ. F. Lamar, the bogus jewelry man, received a money order for $25, and after considerable trouble he succeeded in securing a man who was able te identify him. After ob taining the money he started out te take in thecity. At a late hour last night he stepped at the house of William Butler, colored, en Middle street. While William was standing at the deer engaged in con versation with another man, Lamar walked into the house, and going up stairs took possession of a room. Butler went te the room occupied by Lamar and told him te leave. This the jewelry man refused te de, but, drawing a pistol from his hip pocket, he blew out the light and pointed the weapon at Butler, who fled, fearing that he would be killed. After spending some time in the room, Lamar went out and Butler get ready for bed. When he was about going te his room he found that he...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1880

u1-' - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1880.! fc -U r r y Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVEN'Q, JUNE 23, 1880. California Jehus.. San Francisce Argus. The California ranchmen have wonder ful aptitude for driving, -aud one sees some pretty geed examples. AWPngthe bills. The read down the mountain r side is .en tirely unguarded en tTie eu'fcf edge, and the desccnt'm most places is" precipitous. A balky horse, or a fractured wheel, or a slight carelessnc&s in. handling the reins, might easily send .a carriage-lead of people. te destruction and an awful destruction, ted. The path is wide enough for one pair of wheels only, but at intervals it broadens .se.that teams may pass each ether. The huge lumber teams which carry weed from the mills in the mountains te the yards in the valleys are especially hard te manage.- Yet the drivers always seem easy ,aud nonchalant. First there is a large four-wheeled oaken truck with a scat in front ten feet above the ground ; b...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 June 1880

C-. t." ? - . ijf-ir- ,;V'a ".t--c 7--ort- cswcy?' fc-- T.VT -J t mtfKk$t 4 Volume XVI-Ne. 253. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1880 Price Twe Cents. -v- - 'vr-' ?? m CLOTHING. J. K. SMALING. THE ARTIST TAILOR. Opening te-day efu large and select line of English Novelties FOR SUMMER WEAR. Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds, baxxeckburn' celtic cheviets, gambroex i'akamata and batiste cloths. si:i:i:.si;ckeus. valexcias, parole and mohair coatings. Linens in (J rent Variety. WilteidM Padded Ducks in Plain and Fancy .Styles. A Large Av,eitment of Fancy I All the latent neveltic- of Hie season. The public aie cordially invited te examine our sleek, wliieh we claim te be the handsomest and moil rcelierclie ever ellered for the het weather. I. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH OUEEN STREET. Spring Opening 21 CENTRE SQUARE. We have fei sale ler the coming seasons an Immense Stock of Reaiy-Iaie Clotting, tit (nir own nianufacture, which comprises the Latest and Most STYLISH LESIGIS. ...

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

.?. "TTC a-wsLiasi -7f - ,arya LANCASTER DAlLV lMEtUGEfclJEU. THUitSDAY, JUNE 24, i380i . " Lancaster IrntelUfcencer. THUBSDAY EVENING. JUNE 24, 1880- FOB PBESIDENT : GEN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. The great principles of American lib erty are still the lawfal inheritance of this people, ana ever should be. The right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the natural rights of persons and the rights f property must be presenred. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, Maj. tien.Cemd'yDept. La. and Texas. Hancock. The Democratic party has done honor te itself and te the principles it repre sents by the nominating as its standard bearer in the ensuing presidential con test Majer General Winfield Scott Han cock, of Pennsylvania. The descendant of a distinguished family, he was edu cated as a soldier, graduated with honor at West Point, he distinguished himself as a brave soldier and efficient officer during the battles of the Mexican war, his ser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 June 1880

.'LANCASTER DAil? lNTELLlGEKcfeK. THtJSI)At JUNE 24, 1880. ' ,'is referred te the street committee The committee retired, and after a short consultation reported it back te council with a recommendation that it be passed. Mr. Beard moved te amend the erdin- ance by providing that the curbsteues should be seven inches in thickness, net less than twenty inches in width and five feet in length. Mr. Hayes thought the minimum length of curbstones might be reduced te four feet. Dr. Davis moved te amend that the curb stones be six inches in thickness and net less than three feet long. Mr. Brown opposed the amendments and argued against the use of small curbstones as they could net be as well set and were net as substantial as larger ones. After some furthar debate Mr. Beard withdrew his amendment, with the under standing that the regulation of the size of the curbstones should be made the subject of another ordinance hereafter te be acted upon. Netice was received from select council that ...

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

- - 3-" . f --2 " , ' J J' LANCASTJER DAftY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY JUNE 24 1880. -. T- - JV - ". J JK. Lancaster Intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1880. Dissatisfied with the CensHs Betarns. The superintendent of the census is besieged with the complaints of a few citizens of diverse metropolitan, provin cial, and rural communities of the manner in which the census enumerators have per formed their work charging upon them the failure te bring the official figures up te the popular expectations. lie says this is an old story, and grows out of the rivalries of cities. That he never heard of a thrifty community that was net constantly troubling itself about the progress of its neighbors; that a few years age the rivalry was between Chicago and Cincinnati, and it was impos sible te satisfy them even en the authority of official figures. In the race of popula tion Cincinnati has been distanced, and St. Leuis is new the rival of Chicago in this respect, and he presumes this conte...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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