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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 July 1880

"X '!,,- . -r yi "'"?f--- ,, . -fyLr - -" v, n - - - - ' !IMJI ."U.1 A Ly f J 2 i . a I tW2 'i Volume XVI-Ne. 279. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, JULY 26, 1880 Price Tire Gnits. .' ;?5Ki flP - a: - mSSmlmii a.' 1 1 v V CLOIUINU. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Weliave lei sale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of it our own manuiucturc, which ceinprkcs the litest am I Ment STYLISH DESICTS. Come and see our SEW GOODS A-liieli U larger and composed of the best styles Ik teund iii the city. i). B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. 1.-1 yd LANCASTER. PA sprm epem AT H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having lust returned from the New Yerk .VMilfii Market, I am new prepared te exhibit iik el the Best Selected Mxcks of WOOLENS KOU THE SDfil ai Summer Trade, er brought te tills city. Nene but the very ..let ENGLISH, PEENCH AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Style. Trices as low as the eucM, and all goods warranted as represent- fl,at H. G-ERHARTS, Ne. 51 North Queen...

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. — 26 July 1880

-- fvvv - --: -; i. --'y.'V f"-' '".. " -- t - " k'"--j 't'-rr i.i wMwpWiiWHMpwMIMi 7 i iiipii ! iaiwaMawiWi LaKOAsTKH DAlLV iM'iiLLlGfiNif5lik. MONdaV, JgtY 26,1880, "- - - .. !' r i i m i rairri iancastct i-ntclligencet. MONDAY EVENING; JUiT 26, 1880. Cox's Case. It is a most remarkable story that tbe Philadelphia Time gets from its New Yerk correspondent about Chastine Cox, and it is still mere remarkable if, as he says, this story was known te and concealed by Cox's counsel and a num ber of newspaper men before he was swung off for the accidental killing of old Mrs. Hull in the commission of an alleged felony. It is remarkable that such a state of things could exist; it is mere remarkable if his counsel knowing them would net avail himself of his knowledge te set up what mi .nlil have certainly been a successful technical defense for his client; it is most remarkable of all that any New Yerk newspaper reporter knowing these facts should have hid them in his besom for any sentime...

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. — 26 July 1880

7? 5 V- - l .' V " ' V,i -."""'-''" "V r ' -y i T OBITUARY. Deatn of Christian Melllnger, Aaed 92. Christian Mellingcr, a venerable patri arch of Mountville, West Ilenipfield town ship, died last evening between 10 and 11 o'clock, in the 92d year of his age, of dropsy, with which he had been but a fchert time affected. Mr. Mellingcr was a native of this county, a farmer by profes sion, and led a quiet and homely life ; and yet by his frugality, industry and skill in farming acquired a very considerable for tune, estimated at from $80,000 te 100, 000. He was au upright, honorable man, highly esteemed by all who knew him. He was a widower, and for some years past has lived with one of his sons. He was a member, we believe, of the Old Mennonite church. His surviving family consists of four sous and six daughters, all of whom are married. His funeral will take place en Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Caught iu the Act. On Saturday evening a woman attempted te steal a pair of shoes from ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 26 July 1880

'TtftA- VAV-' mimwmm i - -' P???V -'- 'J,..- f.vV-' . . r? i Lju Jtil A" i .i. 4 44 ;.-. J ! :f u j lT?r LANCASTER DAILY INTEHJgEyCEB. MONDAY JULY 26. 1880 Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1880..' MBDICAZ.. Colerado Correspondence flew Kokomo Kept the Fourth. Kokomo, Sammit Ce., Cel., July 6, 1880. $ The fifth of July dawned bright and beautiful iu Kokomo. The mountain sun rose in golden splendor and kissed the lnftv nines whose heads were lifted up in majestic silence as if in worship te the perfect blue and cloudless sky that arched in beauty ever the vale of Ten Miles. Tiie lustrous rays of old Sel lent their gladdening warmth and the moun tain songsters poured fourth their matin lays te usher in the glorious natal day of American indcDcndencc. All was bustle and confusion in Ko komo. And why, ? Was net "the day wc celebrate " te be properly observed in a town and by whose people the glorious freedom of our native land is se thoreugly exemplified? Ceitcs. A 4th o...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1880

i A t - - je mfe$te VJW vllA4v Volume XVI-Ne. 280. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1880 Price Twe Carts. -,n -! Wm m . (W) MKKIUllUU 'i'i. "w1 viin.ia'iji,i ' - y CLOTHING. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have lei sale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of ifeur own lnanutaclnrc, wlilch comprises the vaUmI anl Most stylish desims. ComeuiKl sue our MEW GOODS FOIl MERCIAN? TAMING, which Is larger and com posed or the best stylus '.e be leund in the cltjv D. B. Hostetter & Seb, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. itlyd LANCASTER, PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having Jsist returned Irow the Xew Yeik Voeleu Market, 1 am new prepared te exhibit .nc of the Best Selected Stocks of WOOLENS VOB TII! Sdmi ill Simer Me, vcr brought te this city. Nene but the very aslef ENGLISH, FRENCH . AMU AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Sly les. 11 ices at low as Hie invest, and all goods warranted as repreent d ,at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. SMALING, THE ARTIST TAILOR...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1880

,-,- ,- . ,-. V, ,. V i'.'JT' LANCASTER 1)AILY IMULLIUKNC KK. TUESDAY, JOLY 27,1880. Lancaster liUclligmrrt. TUESDAY EVENING. JTJuY 27, 1880. Cameren's Feelings. Simen Cameren has leen talking again from his rural retreat in our geed and beautiful county, which se charmed the New Yerk lhrnld interviewer that he tells nearly as much about the lovely landscape, sis he does alteut the lovely sage of Denegal. But there is a geed deal of racy reading in this crisp inter, view of the old general who sits at home and watches with some glee the difiieul ties which lieset the inexiiericnccd man agers who make awkward efforts te steer his party, lie thinks the Democrats ought te have nominated Tildcn. There was a wonderful anxiety among the Cam eren people for Tilden's nomination. They thought it must happen. They foresaw a party rupture in New Yerk and they yearned for that epiHJi tunily te divide and con quer. Their disapiieiiitineiiL is apprecia ble. Hut then he is net much better pleased ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1880

' '' - f '-, ii' - V ;-' -r v--v- ":r r': -- v-v'-'-'V .-v " ";'; - - ." - J A JAUNT TO THE COUNTKY. rieasant Klde Fine Creps Hospitable Un tertalnsaent. Yesterday morning a representative of the Intklmgexcer availed himself of an invitation extcutled by Anion Hendersen, esq., of this city te pay a visit te that gen tleman's fine farm in Salisbury township. The drive from Laucastcr te Salisbury is a delightful one. The reads arc first-rate, and pass through a country of unsurpassed agricultural fertility. That which strikes the observer most favorably, at this sea son of the year, is the luxuriant growth of the tobacco, corn and pasturage. The late copious rains have given new life te these and all ether growing crepsj and the coun try presents a most beautiful appearance. Belew the thriving village of Bird-iu-IIand, we come te "Molasses ITill," an elevation which took its name long before the era of railroading, from the accidental spilling of a hogshead of molasses from a Conestog...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 July 1880

. - f "- -v -vv"-"-: i irri 5 J'1 i --V .. "V- r " ?' , i - v ' - LANCASTER DAILY CTTELLIOEf iCER. TUESDAY JULY 27. 1880. lncaster Intelligencer, TUESDAY KVENINO, JULY 27, I88O. Is ClTllizatiea Played Oat! On Sunday in Leadville nearly every store is open. It is the chief day with the places of amusement ; the smoke of the smelters perfumes the ambient, air a little mere villainous than usual, if possible, and the streets are crowded. The church bells gather many worshipers, but they arc net missed from the thronged streets. The miners come in from all directions, from shafts and tunnels and prospect holes, swarming in the strcct,crewding the corners, filling the bars of the numerous saloons with a coming tide of humanity. Many come te buy their weekly supplies at the stores whose clerks knew no holy Sabbath rest ; ethers ceme te talk ever their strikes and finds, or te bring in their samples for testing. Crowds throng the mere than a hundred gambling dens, from whose wide-open doer...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 July 1880

--p-s "iSK-1- - vr y?iczc& aniatefi - ltl V'llAV'V ( Volume XVI-Ne. 281. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1880. Price Twe Onte. 9b Bnldkg t CLOTHING. Spring Opening A- 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Wc have lei sale for the coining seasons an Immense Stock of I ?f our own inanulactnrc, which comprises tlie -Jitcsl and Most STYnSH DESIMS. Come and see our EW GOODS rea MERCHANT TAILORING, which Is larger uixl composed of the best .styles e Imj teund in the Lily.' D. B. Hosteller & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. c-iyd LANCASTER. PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having )ust returned from the New Yerk Woolen Market, Iain new prepared te exhibit, me of t lie Best Selected Stocks et WOOLENS PORTHB Sn mil Slier He, -cr brought te this city. Nene hut the very 38tef ENGLISH, PEBNCH AMERICAN FABRICS, sill the Leading Styles. Prices as low an the ewct,aiidnlI goods warranted as rcprcsent l,at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. SMALING, THE ARTIST TAILOR. Closing out our sto...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 July 1880

"rtHP""! --X '&1Z V -' V" - ' -- . LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. 1880. -U Hancaslcr Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O. JUJL.Y 28,1880. But One Plank. Republicans, after wildly searching around for a plank stout enough te bear them in the rough water in which their party finds itself, seem te have concluded that the very best they can de is te main tain that the Democratic party is net en titled te the confidence of the country, and that it would be unwise te confide te it the administration of public affairs. The secretary of the interior has discov ered this life preserver for his party, and this eagerness with which it is seized upon is a significant illustration of its desperate condition. It is the funda mental idea which these in possession al ways urge te retain themselves in their places. It is easy te urge that it is better te endure the ills we have than te lly te ethers that we knew net of. There is always substance in such an argument. In administer...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 July 1880

t LANCASTER DAIM 11STELL1GE1SXJER. WEDNESDAY JULY 28, 1880. n '-.i-fr '" TENT AND TAUEKNACLE. The LandUvllle Campmeeting. Special Correspondence of the Isteixigexckr LaNDISYII.LE CAMrMEETING GROUNDS, Tuesday evening, July 27, 1880, 4 The arrivals te-day have been very uu- 3 mereus and new most of the tents and cot tages are occupied. A few mere tents have been raised, which swells the number te Bcventy-scven. A violent storm swept ever the grove en Monday afternoon, but fortunately little damage was done. Mr. Geerge Wanainakcr, who has charge of the bearding house en the camp greundFjis new ready te accommodate per sons desiri.ig beard. Prof. Sweeney, the great campmeetiiig til". . T il - 1...4 singer, arnvcn tins evening, r or uie last week he lias been visiting the campmect iiiic at Chester Heights and new he has consented te jay Landisvillc another visit. The arrivals of ministers have net by any means been numerous, but. these who arc present this morning are as fellows : Kev. G...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 28 July 1880

V. CJ V'-t'W "I- ---? fr - 4 ' t"r ft ' J-at- ., v,t l V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY JULY 28. 1880. "J2 vw. :- .tV C- .t".'S-" Lancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, JULY 28, 1880. The Destruction eftiftwe Ei. Se long as America ceutinued in the oc cupation of the aborigines, the order of nature was apparently but little disturbed. The buffalo and deer, the wild fowl and turkeys, furnished abundant feed te the savages without serious encroachment upon the fertility of nature. Iu savage life Uiere appears te be no wanton or un necessary destruction of the natural means of support. It was reserved for the civilized white man te carry en a wanton war against the bounty of nature, and te kill and destroy, without thought or study of these imperative laws under which nature holds in trust the feed supply of man. Frem the first settlement of the country, the process of eradicating and an nihilating the useful animals, birds and iislicn natural te the country has been car ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 July 1880

f a. laitfa$ta Volume XVI-5e. 282. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1880 IPriee Twe Celts. : :r '" Ob CLOTHIXO. Spring Opening i - 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have tei sale for tlie coming seasons an Immense Stock of rf our own nianutecturc, wliieli comprises the vatest and Most S1YLISHDESIGM Come and see our HEW GOODS en MERCHANT TMLOfili which is larger an d composed or the best styles te Ihi leund In the tily.' D. B. Wetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. C-lyd LANCASTER, PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having Just returned from the Xew Yerk Woolen Market, I aui new prepared te exhibit ncef the Bc-jt Selected Slecks of WOOLENS FOR THE Sprii in Slier M, vcr hi ought te this city. Xonebuttlie very 3StOf ENGLISH, FRENCH iUD- AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Lending Style. Prices as low as the ewest, und tdl goods warranted ai represcnt tl,at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. ...-- i- SMALING, THE ARTIST TAtLOR. Closing out our stock of Light Weight at cost te make ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 July 1880

s. -? .i t '- - -.--.( V,' ?' '-V k- -V,ii. tw ", '' Lancaster daily intelligences Thursday, jely 29;i88e. i. Vl - fi - Lancaster Intelligencer. THUBSDAY EVENING. JUiT 29, 1880. SckBix. Mr. Schurz's speech at Indianapolis lias been praised by the Republican newspapers asa" masterly effort," a " key note," and various ether things, tee numerous te mention. It was in reality a very geed presentation of the Republican case, in polished phrases, carefully liammered out in the closet, by a civil service reformer, who, accord ing te his own theories, was stealing the public time in which te de it. But it contained nothing new,and offered net a single argument of legitimate force, lie savs truly and this is one of the great features of the speech that there are elements in the Democratic party which de net entirely agree with each ether.. Rut these differences relate chiefly te financial questions, and are net likely te disturb the harmony of a party whose sound deliverence in national con...

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. — 29 July 1880

X 1 NT V '-m LANCASTER DAILY lNTEUlGENCERJIHTOftDAY JULY 29, 1880. " 5 '. ? i i -i SUMMKB LE1SUEE. People TOhe Want te Keep Coel. Dr. C. A. Greene and wife will return te this city te-morrow after an extended summer tour which has taken is Bosten, Chelsea, Nantucket, Worcester, Leicester, Palmer, Providence and New Yerk, of the east. Thence they came through Lancas ter te Cincinnati and Vancehurg, Ky., where Dr. G. has 430 acres of land, and from the southwest they return te Lancas ter via Washington. Amelig the Lancaster ceuntiansin at tendance upon the State teacher's associa tion in Yerk, are J. P. Wickcrsham, B. F. Shauh, J. P. McCaskey, J. D. Pyott, Jas. Crawford, Miss M. B. Archer, Wm. B. Uall, Emma Powers, Elizabeth McVcy, E. O. Lytc, J. V. Montgomery, Jehn S. Stahr, R. IL Buehilc. Mrs. Sephia Wrighter and her daughter, Mrs. Mame Shay, of Williamsport, are .spending a season of vacation with rela tives in this city. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Recerd, writing from Bed...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 29 July 1880

'?. " ''-i r ' J . " .! " LANCASTER JDAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY JULY 29. 1880. FSKTa Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY BVBNINO, JULY 29, 1880. A Meutaia Fratt Fm. Mining Land Fat te m Xew Use. Solen Robinson la X. Y. Tribune. I am spending a few weeks in the beau tiful valley of the Juniata, and making fre quent rides erer the bills and among the old-fashioned Dutch farmers of this (Per ry) and the adjoining county of Juniata ; solid, wealthy, unprogressive as they were an hundred years age. Many of them still live in their hewed log-beuses, net half as large, handsome, airy or comfort able as their barns, which I have named " agricultural cettaces. " Nearlv all the orchards upon these old farms arc of the most unimproved sorts of apples and bcedhng peaches of late ripen ing kinds. Only new and then a man seems te have thought of trying experi ments in growing better sorts, or mere than was wanted for family use. The people arc farmers in strietest sense. Gar dening and fruit cul...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 July 1880

4 - - -n J, -rf-. 4 - "1 - " TT - V'-V2-i.v I je zanfefte 1A'A .M "?: , a RHP y t Volume XYI--N0. 283. CLemixa. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have tei s:il; for the coining seasons Immense Stock of I iffjnrewii manufacture, which ceuipiisc-s tlie litest utid Most STYLISH DESIGNS. Conic and bee out MEW GOODS ill, Ahleh 5s larger and fonipecdot thelx'st styles e ! lenncl in tne city. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. it LANCASTER. PA M H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having 1nt returned Ireni the New Yerk .Voelen Market. I am new prepared te eliihit Micel the l!e--t Selected Slocksel WOOLENS reiiTiir u ) t't-r brought te thi- city, stet New. hut the vciy ENG-USH, FRENCH AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading St let. Pi Ichm as low a the euet,nnil ail go-id-" wui ranted as roprcsenl reprcsenl l ,at H. GBEHAPuT'S, Ne. 51 Kerlh Queer. Sired. SEALING, THE ARTIST TAILOR. Closing out our stock ee-t te make room ler i! I.uhi Weight- at Fall and Winler Stock A L-tre Line of English No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 July 1880

-1 -r-rTlrt . i;'i.'rt" -irhvy.. iWS.iiVJAKV"' VJM i"3r ' ' j' ' -' v" '-. '; -iWJ LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY, JOLY 30, 1880, Lancaster intelligencer FRIDAY EVENING. JUijY 30, 1880. Democratic Unity. The New Yerk, Ohie and Pennsyl vania Democracy spoke en Saturday evening at the ratification meeting in New Yerk, through their eminent rep resentatives whose speeches we print en our first page, and they spoke with no less of hopefulness for the issue than of. serious concern in the cause for which they were spokesmen. It has been the aspersion of the opposition upon Demo cratic attempts te gain iever that its leaders were widely divided in sentiment upon fundamental issues and that there was no cohesive principle among them. Ne one who reads and compares the speeches of Mr. Tilden, Mr. Randall, Gen. Ewing and Mr. Tucker, or the let ters of the distinguished gentlemen whose unavoidable absence was regretted by themselves and the audience, can fail te be impressed with the ve...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 July 1880

;v -,7 V - - - 1 -t, -"" V" t t VJ 'e- 1 5 TENT ANO TABKBNACLE. Fregress of tlie Landlsvllle Campreeetlng. Special Correspondence el the Isteixieescek. Lanihsville Cash Gkecnd, ) FnniAT, July SO, 1880. S The prayer meeting last evening after the fccrmeu was one of deep intcicst. Several persons were feiward ferpiajcrs and one of them professed conversion. The sphitual tide is using as the meetings are piegrcRsing. Aheut fifty persons were in attendance at the culy morning prayer meeting, which was led by Rev. E. L. Potts. The air is rather cool for the eaily prayer meet ing, many doubtless picfer te hug their blankets and indulge in sleep. Pi of. Sweeney, who by his sweet songs lias added se much interest te the meetings, will leave the ground en Saturday, lie gees te Ocean Greve. Many expression of j egret, arc made by reason of this. Prof. Kirkpatrick, of Philadelphia, is exacted te be here and te supply his place. It is much lcgrcttcd that Rev. C. T. Thompson the president of the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 30 July 1880

3-4 ' ' - -tf-i ,-. -,- XWvl'r l vz-- "-"-SS I i.i lug I 1 fe-i .4 ? - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY JULY SO. 1880. lancasier f ntelltgencet. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1880. MEDICAL. A Native Laacasterian. Cel. Jne.W. Ferney having been applied te for some information regarding Hen. Jehn W. Davis, a native Pennsylvania who arose te public distinction says of him in this week's Progress : Jehn W. Davis was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and this is my recollection of him. and I knew him well. After com pleting his medical studies in Baltimore, in 1821, at the medical college there, he emigrated in 182:1 te Indiana. He was in the legislature of tliat state be fore and after his service in congress, and was speaker in the lower house of the leg islature, and was a commissioner te make peace with the Indians. He was in Con Cen Jrmss from 1833 te 1837. from 1839 te 1841, and from 1843 te 1847, and was speaker of the Heuse of Kcpresentativcs during tne Twenty-ninth Congress. He w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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