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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1880

fV - ' i E nMligmM ie ana Velnme XVI-Ne. 274. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1880 Price Twt Cete. I II ll-lll !! i I I HP x - -- V . rft al) kQP 4 v - CLOT1IISO. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have fei Bale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of ReaflyMaae CIeum if our own manufacture, which comprises the Latest and Most STYIISI DESIMS. -1- Come and see our NEW GOODS FOB HINT TMLOfllHII. which Is larger and composed of the best styles te Im! leund in the city. 0. B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. .KM yd I.ANCASTKR. PA C- H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having u-t relumed trem the New Yerk Woolen Market. I am new prepared te exhibit one I the 15c.t Selected Mecks el WOOLENS POtt THE Spring, ana Summer Me, Ever brought te this city. Nene but the very l-.tei ENGLISH, FRENCH ASD AMERICAN FABRICS, in all the Leading Styles, Prices as low a the leuvt, and all goedi warranted us represent ed, at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. SMALING,...

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. — 20 July 1880

-;.- -v .---- ' , -rt-J "---1 'V "' .I ll Ml LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY, J CLY 20,1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. TUE8DAY STONING. JTJuY 20, 1880. CMtfeawei. The discovery that the supreme court of the United States has adjudged the case which involved Garfield's DeGelyer pavement fee is well calculated te pro duce the most lively consternation in the tanks of his rash Republican defenders. Judge Swayne's decision and his severe and sweeping remarks upon the part which Garfield took in the matter are published contemporaneously with a fresh defense which the Republican can didate gives out for himself as an inter view with his campaign biographer. In his last statement Garfield "denies re ceiving any share of the profits or any pay for either his influence or services in any matter directly or indirectly con nected with the scandalous contract." In se doing he presents a striking con trast with the exultant tone of the con tractors who wrote te each ether most jubilantly ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1880

jr,, .--- -sir is - - - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY JULY 20, 1880. E h 8UHMEB LEISURE. People Who Want te Keep Coel. The family of Chief of Police Dcichler have gene en a visit te Marietta, Harris burg and Academia, Juniata county. Gen. G. Frank Gibney and Dr. J. Q. IIelHway, of Baltimore, Md., who have been visiting S. W. Altick and ether friends in this city, have left for home. Dr. J. O. Boyd has gene te Atlantic City. Mcssts. Turner Messcrsmith and James Wiley went te Asbury Park te-day. Iren Workers' Wages. The disaffected iron workers at Kensing ton remain disinclined te gote work at the w? ges offered. Andrew Lee, president of the Philadelphia association, said te a Time reporter that all rumor regarding the anxiety en the part of the puddlers te compromise are false. "Why," said he, ait hasn't been an hour since Emanuel McShanc was here trying te get forty men te go te work at once in his mill at Roh Reh Roh rcr.stewn, near Lancaster, at $4.23, or mera than the mi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 July 1880

-&? -srr LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELHGENCER. TUESDAY JULY 20. 1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. TUESDAY BVENINO, JXJLT 20, 1880. MEDICAL. Diamond Making. Hew I'rer. . B. Hanuay Made Ills Dis covery. Londen Daily News. A tube twenty inches long by four inches diameter, of coiled Lowmeor iron, was bored se as te have an internal diameter of one-half an inch. Thus the cen tral bore was surrounded by walls r imn nni nr.d tlirce-nuartcrs inches thick, and, of court,e, capable or resist ing an enormous pressure. In the tube was placed a mixture of 90 per cent, of bone-oil and 10 per cent, of par-affinc-spirit, together with 4 grammes (about 02 grains) of the metal lithium. The open end of the tube was welded air tight ami the wneie was men uvuivu ." redness for fourteen hours and allowed te oel slowly. On opening it a great volume of gas rushed from thctube.and within was r.niufla hard, smooth mass adhering te the sides of the tube. " It was quite black and was removed with a chisel, and as it...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 July 1880

j ' - -. -i - ,. .V-'' V "- '': SDje ymtte vllMV 'ti H&fntellxg h v Volume XVI-Ne. 275. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1880 Price Tire Gmtr. OBY uoevn. WHO IS UNDER? 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. Lancaster f ntellfgencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1880. BENCH, BAR AND PRESS. THE STEIN' SI AK-HENSKL, DISBARMENT. Areutnent or A. K. McCIare en the Power of Courts te Disbar by Summary Pro ceedings An Interesting Re view of tbe Courts and Law or Pennsylvania. SILKS. SUMMEU SILKS. Stricii, modest, medium und bold $0 43 .THxpc checks and stripes SO Chucks en solid ground 85 Chcne stripes, shaded ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 21 July 1880

"W LANCASTER 0A11A' 1MELLIGES(JEU. WEDNESDAY, JtlLY 21. i&O, Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 21, 1880. Garfield en the Civil Service. It is reported from Washington that since the publication of Gen. Garfield letter of acceptance less trouble has been experienced in getting the clerks in the departments te respond te the demand uien them by Secretary Edw. McPher McPher sen for a portion of their salaries te be applied te the Republican campaign fund. It will be remembered that Gar field had been an advocate of civil ser vice reform. He had Ikxjii quite as ad vanced a theorist of that school as Gee. Win. Curtis, or Carl .Schurz, and had publicly advocated a complete separation of the influence of congressmen from the executive appointments. He had taken just as high ground :is Hayes in " civil service order Ne. 1,' or as .Sherman, when he said te Arthur in dismissing him : "Persons have been regularly paid by you who have rendered little or no service ; the expe...

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

'" ," tjg-if .,' v-i -., '." - LANGA8IER .DAILY lKlliiGENciai.,AVli:ikESt)AY JULY 21, 88d rV f' K P. R. K. Eaterprlse. The beard of directors of the Pennsylva via railroad has passed resolutions declar ing that it has been the avowed policy of the company te keep aloof from all politi cal contests, and te discountenance the participation therein of its officers and em ployees ; that, while it disclaims any desire te interfere with their individual rights of of suffrage, the company will regard any attempt of its officers, etc., te control the votes of its employees or te pervert their influence te the support of any political party as a " direct violation of the stand ing rules and regulations, and inconsistent with the interest of the company." The Pennsylvania railroad company are about te erect at Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Alteena, Ilarrrisburg, Columbia, Jersey City and ether points along the line of their read, a number of buildings for the accommodation of their train hands. E...

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

., I, F- -- "- -T ;5-. .-J j-v -'' ;s ' -" '"' 7- -- iftfeitifaaaia3hiraja Lancaster intelligencet. WDNESDATEVENINO. JULY 21, 1880. TWO SAT DOWN. Twe sat down In the morning time, One te sing and one te spin. All uicn listened the song sublime But no one listened the dull wheel's dm. The singer she sat In a pleasant nook, And sang of a lite that was fair and sweet. While the spinner sat with a steadfast leek Busily plying her hands and feet. The singer sang en with a rose In her hair. And all men listened her dulcet tone ; And the (.pinner spun en with a dull despair Down in her heart as hhe sat alone. But le! en the morrow no one said Aught or the singer or what she sang. Men were saying, " Beheld this thread !" And loud the praise of the spinner rang. The world has forgotten the singer's name Her rose has faded, her Bengs are old ; But far o'er tne ocean the spinner's fame Tet is blazoned in lines et geld. Ella WJicclcr. CLOTHING. Spring Opening' AT- 24 CENTRE SQUARE. ASTRICH MEWS...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 July 1880

.t- - -J .- " " "V -a - -v- Tvy m -- , ,7- -, " , j ' .m ii i - . -'-,-tj'v. --4.' I I I I in - i , & .' ' H ' ? i , 5 f lajiatefi i.Vl. 1 -r f Volume XYl-Ne. 276. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880 Friee Tw Onte. . i.:'"-'.s-- -;.-' "f ? cil) u. CLOTHING. Spring Opening -AT- 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We li.ii e fei Hale for tlie cetiihig scmeug au IMIJl(;i:(t SJeclc of Reafly-Iafle Cletbing, 3l car e n li.aiiiiiactiirc, which ceurpilfca the j"it(;t an 1 Me.it STTHSI DESIGN S. Cnnc and faee eiii SEW GOODS ITOn ISOilMT TiniM, .vli'.cli is lurfc- iinl compeMidof thobest styles e In' ieuml I. ii,c clljv II B. llestBthr & Sed, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. r.-!yii LAXCA3TEU. PA nil OPENI H. GERHART'S Tai I ;riu ir Establishment. MONDAY, APRIL 5. ll:i;n u.-.t letmneil irem tlie New Yerk ,'ini!e-.' -'.:n .: I. 1 .tin new prepared te exhibit ilici.l t' '! t -(. clcil Stocks Of WOOLENS -T)K TIIC ill si SfnDHT 'f," -"e i i leuhi te Jhl- rlt3'. Nene but the xwy Me: ENGLISH, FRENCH AMERICAS FABRICS, ...

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

vv Y' -'V (3 r. ? i- " i.'V , ' t. " , ' y : -.'v-'-'r'. ' A-- - " -x .J ". L". ''J-tt- -"5- V ?S -w -Vl'!;. .V---"" " " - . LANCASTER DAILY INTELUGEJSULH. THURSImY, JULY 22,1830. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING. JUY 22, 1880. Concerning ' Tendencies." The accomplished editor of Harper's Weekly, like his Republican contempora ries of the Xalien, the Times, the Spring Held Jtepuhlican and the Cincinnati Com mercial., is much chagrined and embar rassed by the tone of Gen. Garfield's let ter of acceptance, which, instead of strengthening, weakens the Republican platform. In despair of being able te find anything in the platform of the Re publicans te commend their party te the country in preference te the De mocracy, and hopeless of discover ing any weak point in the ar mor of our candidate, Mr. Curtis, like Secretary Schurz, falls back vaguely upon the " certain tendencies' of Re publicanism which entitle it te a fresh lease of power from the peeple of the country. He says :...

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

. W ,- TC -J -fcV LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY JULY 22, 1880. -,- ft ORPHAN SCHOOL EXAMINATION. Interesting Kxerclaes mt Mount Jey Yeter ilmj. The annual examination of the seldiei-s' orphans under instruction in the state school at Mount Jey, this county, was made yesterddy. Profs. Heuck and Beis Beis tle. of the state department, assisted by Prof. Byerly, of Millersville, Prof. Geist, of Marietta, and ethers, conducted the in quiry into the intellectual, moral and physical progress of the children dur ing the prist year, with altogether satisfac tory results. The exercises were opened at 8:30 a.m., by He v. Mr. Deyle, of the United Brethren church, who, it will be remembered, was formerly a Greenback member of the Pennsylvania Legislature from Blair county. The first part of the forenoon session was devoted te the pri mary classes. In their studies, reading, arithmetic, spelling and general inferma tien, the little ones answered readily, and showed by their answers that ...

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

i J'-T' tft1 it f 1 I -V - i "-- r. LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, THURSDAY JULY 22. 1880 Hanrastcr fmtelltgencet. JUBVICAI. w r i . THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1880. Changing Seed Uennantewn Telegraph, There seems te be no idea se thoroughly believed in by experienced farmers than that it is a great benefit te change seed occasionally ; yet it is by no means an un disputed (act, and we knew of some intel ligent men indeed some who stand among the most thoroughly educated and experienced in the farming business who contend that this supposed necessity for a change of seed is entirely imaginary. We confess te a (sympathy with these who think an occasional change necessary ; and yet we have se often found inthejight of a new and careful experience, that even practices very time-honored ceme te be abandoned, that we are always willing te mnmisi!rr anv oniuien. no matter hew strongly held. The change is thought te be particularly useful in potatoes, and a change of seed in this article i...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 July 1880

-1-V-T,- - -v -fc- "VA-'v-.i " a' Ci "., i , -r-i.. -'"V?-" v": v imtedted 'lh .-4r.. Volume XVI-Ne. 277. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1880. Prke Twt Ceate. jSMi)ntcHuuiccr "W''Ww'WaffiKTTpiJaMBajajES" "-"" 9r CLOTJIIXO. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Wc have f ei sale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of Reaiy-Me Clothing, it our own manufacture, which comprises the ..:itt and Most STYnSI DESKrJTS. Conic anil see our MEW GOODS FOB MERCHANT MB, which ii larger and composed of the best styles lie found in the city. 0. B. Hostetter& Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. -lyd LANCASTER. 1 spbig warn AT H. GERHARTS Taileriug Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having u.t returned from the New Yerk A'oel.-n Market, I urn new prepared te exhibit ilii-eflhc Best Selected Stock of WOOLENS FORTH B SBiii .id Slier He, cr brought te this city. Nene but the very jtiet ENGLISH, FRENCH AHD AMERICAN FABRICS, all tin- Lending Styles. Prices as low as the ew .t, and all geed- warranted as reprcscnt ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 July 1880

'-.- ". -,'' ' a - LANCASTER DAiLY IMJ&LiGENOEH. titllA, JULY 23, 1830, -OT 'r ?-''' -- Lancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVEMINOi JUuY 23, 1880. That Obelisk. New Yerk is net liappy though it has its obelisk; for it is troubled te knew where te pat it ; net that it has net places enough, but that it has tee many. The stone is net a very big thing and will net take up much room ; but as it is the only obelisk that the city has, or ever expects te have, the importance of finding the very best situation for it weighs heavily upon all the public spirited citizens of New Yerk, who are in a great state of agitation,first,te find out where they want the stone put, and next, te persuade their fellow-citizens that they are right about it. When they have a vacant square in the neighborhood of their residences they de net find much trouble in determining what their own wishes are ; se that the eligible places seem te be nearly as numerous as the possible places. It had been fixed once that ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 July 1880

? ev . - - rr- -k-'1 i:-- LAKCASTER MllA IMmilOCER, ttdlAi"- Jtjtt 23, 1880. -v. f BEFORE THE JUDGES. The Cases Heard by Them This Morning. Milten Gess,the boy who a charged with having set fire te Jacob Behrer's barn in Btrasburg township en July 12th, was taken before Judges Patterson and Livingston en a writ of hahem eerput this morning. The evidence showed that the boy lived with Witmcr J. Rohrer, the young man who farms the place en which the barn was burned. On the day et the fire the boy who had been working in an eats field was sent by Mr. Ilehrcr te go te work hoeing in a patch near the house. About 2 o'clock 3Ir. Kehrcr and his men, while at work m the harvest field, discovered that the barn was en lire. They quickly ran te the burning building and did all in their power te save the property. Ne notice was taken of the boy until supper, te which he came late ; he then told Mr. Rohrer that he first smelt the smoke while at work in the patch ; he went te the barn and saw two...

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

''"'W-?.-'. -i-. ''' . J 'P l -?-'! LANCASTERDAlLYlNTELLIGEBklERi FRIDAY JULY 23. 1880 -- Eancastet Intelligencer. FRIDAY MVKNTKQ. JULY 23, I860. Smccm With Bull Fretts." Burlington Hawkeye. " I just rolled out here from the grocery store," Mid the little green apple as it passed en the sidewalk for a moment's ehat with the banana peel ; "I am waiting here for a boy. Net a small, weak, deli cate boy," added the little green apple, proudly, "but a great big boy, a great bulky, strong, leather-langed, noisy fifteen year elder, and little as I am you will see me double up that boy te-night and make m, wsi stui hnwi and veil. Ob. I'm small, but I'm geed for a ten-acre field of boys and don't you lergec . ah iub wy in Burlington," the little green apple went en with just a shade of pitying contempt ia its voice, "couldn't feel around me as any one of them feels around a banana." 44 Beys seem te be your game," drawled the banana peel, lazily ; "well, I supppsc they are just about strong e...

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

""WiVV tr'-,C V . - . 1 je wtt ifte nle';, d Velarae XVI-Ne. 278. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. Price Tire Ceate. glJntclliqcnccr Lr m I j 1 H s ( CLOTHING. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have tot Rale rer-the coming seasons un Immense Stock of Eeaiy-Iale Cloiei, if our own man u tact urc, which comprises the ..atcst and Most STTIISH DESIGBS. Come and sec our MEW GOODS HOU MERCHANT TAMING, which it larger am! composed of the licit styles In teimd in the cltvv D. B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. K-ljd LANCASTER. PA SP OPEM AT H. GERH ART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Ilavinir iut returned trein the Xcvr Yeik A'tMih-n Market, 1 am new prciiured te exhibit rent the ISe-t Selected Meck-, of WOOLENS FOB THE gpg ill Summer Me, - brought te this city. Nene but the very s-ti.i ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Styles. Prices as low as the nucst, ami all goods warranted as reprcscnt l,at H. GERHARTS, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. SMALIN...

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

." .. ,. 5 ,i?Ts: -- - j - -S . .. . ' - .' I , . . LANCASTER DAlM ISTEtLmMefeU; SATUitDA, i OLY 24, i&d." tf .- v '..,; - Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY KVKNlAQ; JUL.Y 24, 1880. Oar UiiIm. The members of the Democratic party ever the country are manifesting a dis position te unity which foretells success. The chronic disputes in New Yerk and Philadelphia are settled for this occasion at least, and all differences are sacrificed te the demand for a ltarmonieus effort te achieve success. In Virginia, tee, the movement for union has been started, and no doubt it will result in securing but one electoral ticket for the Demo cratic candidates. There is no place in the country where Democratic differ ences will net be quiet before the election if they have net already been, and it is certain that the united vote of the party will sustain its candidates, and there is hardly room for doubt that it will elect them. It is especially gratifying te us in Penn sylvania te note the union ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 July 1880

" 1 -r' T "Ut. ' LAKCAfeEB DAILY !KTlilGlCm.lSA'hjRDAY JXjiiY M 1880.' f. f -! f t XOTESBVTHK WAT. Picked Up by a Traveling Correspondent In Xertb-eastern .Lancaster Cownty. Brickerville has had a picnic. It was an enjoyable occasion. Mr. James Malene, of Brickerville, pro poses te sell out and migrate westward. During the late storms a valuable cow belonging te Mr. UriasFasnacht was killed by lightning. Jehn H. Wike has lest a colt by death, and in all probability another will seen fellow ; cause lockjaw. Whistle as it would the cow would net leave the track. There was a crash, and the animal belonging te J. Gee. Albright of Ephrata was rolling in the dnst. Six buckshot ended her misery. Twe school teachers wanted one at Kcinheld's station and one at Bechtel's. The Muddy Creek Union Sunday school holds a picnic at Brubakcr's weeds near Swartzville, next Saturday. The farmers around Adarostewn pre dicted their second hay crop better than their first. Rev. Dr. E. V. Gerhart. of Lanca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 July 1880

.. J... U. MjfT --,';. e ." Vjr-f - - --- -?'. LANCASTER DAlLraNTELUGENGBR,i SATURDAY JULY 24, 18Q0 Lancaster fntclliaencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1880. "Let Us Hive Peace." Timely Extracts from m Recent Address. Twelve years age the same great ccn querer Grant wben called by bis admir ing fellow citizens te the highest office in their power te bestow further showed the greatuess of his nature by the laconic utter ance, "Let us have peace !" It was this word that electrified the nation, and rallied it te his support Hew has that aspiiatien been fulfilled ? Have we had peace for the last fifteen years? Ne; we have had but its hollow semblance ; we have had the farm of nr-am with the passions of war. At every election the war has been fought ever again, ine Deumeru peepic u raitted honorably te the terms imposed; the Southern states amended their consti tutions se as te prohibit slavery and the payment of the rebel debt ; they did every thing that generous men could ask or honora...

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