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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 July 1880

v ,-J ,--' .. C IT' - A ' ""- - ,V,f 7v-j,rr;- r "i V-.t' s . - .- T ' M tmfa$k&, fct--t f-;?:v -,;. -T V I lVV-V all Volume XVI-Ne. 281. CLOT1IIXU. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUIRE. We have lei sale for tbc coming seasons an Immense Stock of if our own manufacture, which comprises the latest and Most STYHSH DESIGNS. Come and see our UEW GOODS FOU MERCHANT TAILORING, which is larger unu composed of the lcst styles te Im; found in the Cily. D. B. listener & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. 6-lyd LANCASTER. PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having Just returned Irem the New Yerk .Voelen Market, 1 am new prepared te exhibit mcef the Best Selected Stocks of WOOLENS FOKTHE Spring: ai Semmer Me, verbreught te this city. Nene but the very 28 tef ENGLISH, FRENCH AltD AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Styles, Prices as low as the ewest, and nil goods warranted as represent ,at H. GERHART'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. SMALING, THE ARTIST TAILOR. Closing out our stock et L...

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. — 31 July 1880

---v -'J-"j" i8.Jv " - ? .V'V,,-,". LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENT JEK. SATURDAY,' J OLY 31.18S0. Lancaster Intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING. JUijY 31, 1880. The Letters. The letter of Gen. Hancock will net disappoint the American people, whose confidence in his sagacity had been wen by his able state papers when in com mand of the department of Louisiana and Texas. It lacks none of their vigor of thought, conciseness of expression and high "conviction of constitutional duty. Our country is safe when its government is administered strict ly in conformity with the constitu tion and the laws. The perils which beset it have arisen out of departures from these : the restoration of geed govern ment must come and will only come in a return te them. The Democratic party was founded by these who settled our free institutions and organized it te pre serve them. Their sheet anchor was the constitution, and the party has had the power te continue itself amid all political vicissitudes, te maintain...

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. — 31 July 1880

V - s. ,"., -- :-- - v --' -c' - -i V s- " LAINTASTEB DAILY !KTtLlGENCE SATURDAY JULY 31, 18 0 :-. ' 0 TENT A!D TABERNACLE. Ths Campmecting at Landlsville. Landisville Campmeetisg, ) Friday Afternoon, July 30. $ Revs. Moere, of Germantown, S. O. Gar d risen, of Lancaster, Harkins, of Safe Har- ber, and McIIv.tin, of Moercsville, have arrived. On Tuesday next, Rev. Themas Guard, the eloquent Irish preacher recently trans ferred from California te Baltimore, will be en the ground. Ex-Congressman S. E. Ancona, ex-Sheriff Albright and Daniel Yurch, hardware merchant, of Reading, arrived en the ground this morning and are the guests of Mr. Harbster, of Reading, located with his family en the gieund. Mr. Harbster is one of the proprietors of the Reading iron works and is very social and a kind hearted man. Five years age at the Lan disville campmeeting he wa-s cenveitcl, and ever since has felt a deep interest in the campmecting. He has the neatest and most convenient arrangement of cotta...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 31 July 1880

ift- " - - - -"-.- -'-WS- - T " - "-i-:- - -'' " -" -; " -- niiin ii i. r-' ."i j LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER; SATURDAY JULY 31. 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 31, 1880. The tileries f Kjuuas. A Depleted by a Yeaag JwHjma Who Ha Sees for Himself. A young Trenteninn writes te the Ga zette from Thomsen colony, near Salina, Kansas, as fellows : Having received just new some Tren Tren eon papers, I was led te contrast my home here with a home in Trenten, as enjoyed by the average mechanic, and concluded that a few lines en the subject might be useful te some who are thinking of the West,as I did, as a desirable location for a home. I came here in March last with ethers te work co-operatively en a section of geed land, one of the best in the vicinity, and up te this date have net had any new po tatoes, cabbage or ethervegetables, except a few string beans and a very few peas. We put in 2J acres of potatoes en a very desirable piece of land, and the probability is...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 August 1880

i.jv.i' i. A"4--"?' - i - J,-iJ1- - v- ' -.jv-a- ,t ", , v - ; . "'!-'' '' -v" ' -, r' "'-" rf- 1. je mtftt; j3li V I IA$ A i Volume XVI-Ne. 285. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1880 Priee Twe Cents. - -US sta'gil&Jntclluj 30) 5 CLGT1IIXU. Spring Opening Al 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have let sale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of )f our own manufacture, which comprises the .attest and Most STYLISH DESIGNS. Conic anil sec our SEW GOODS FOR MECIANT TAILORING, nhicli is larger ami lompescdof thebeM styles 'je be IeiiiiiI in tlie ( V D. B. iiMer & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. li-lyd LANCASTER. PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having Jnrt. returned Ireui tin; New Yerk A'oelcn Market, ) am new prepared te exhibit incef the Rest, K.Jcctcd Stocksef WOOLENS Wit THE S A id Shiif H, vcr brought le this clt v. Nene, but the very sti.f ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Styles. Prices as low a the ewest.auil all goods warm'tlcd as represent ,ut...

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

yi-ir-vs - y - .-. UI5.WL 'J.' ' -'RA ,- -' ' "- V-J ''v !T5?' LANCASTER DAltY INTELUGJENOEtt. MONDAY, AOGUST 2,1880. 7T Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING. JULY 2, 1880. llauceck te ShermaH. Gen. Hancock's letter te Gen. Sher man under date of Dec. 28, 1876, has been published, and we print it in most fitting connection with Judge Black's recent letter from Paris, expressing his opinion of Gen. Hancock as a statesman and a soldier, a patriot and an honest man. The one admirably supplements the ether, and both come most oppor tunely at this present time. Gen. Han cock's letter shows hew eminently he de serves the high tribute which the keenest of critics and the ablest of constitutional lawyers bestows upon him. It proves the independence, the soundness and the foresight of General Hancock's opin ions upon questions of gravest po litical concern. The circumstances under which it w:is written, and the en tirely friendly, informal and private na ture of the correspondence, estep ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 August 1880

;v -- - .'-. : -- '--v-'-v:- 3?'& -i?i -i6- ' r -' '. KJ. -- V "f-,'-f J T -T LANCASTER BAIL? lKTELLlGEKftEStt. MONtHit AttGftST 2, 18 0 .vHvtJ SUMMER LKISCKE. l'eeplc Who Want te Keep Coel. Mr. Geerge Stcinman and sister liave left en a trip te the White Mountains. Mr. Paul Dougherty leaves this evening for Philadelphia, whence he will run down te Cape May. Twe excursions te Niasaia Falls to morrow. Yeu pays your money aud you takes your choice. Mr. Jehn Wiley departed this morning for a week's leisure in Philadelphia, from which point he will visit Cape May and Atlantic City. This morning Messrs. Chas. S. Burns, of the firm of Shaub & Burns, shoe dealers, and Jno. M. Davidsen, of R. J. Housten's notion house, left en an extended pleasure titir, the objective point of which is Que bec, Canada. Among the places of inter est touched will be Xew Yerk, thence by steamer te Portland, Me., thence te the White Mountains, te Montreal, and up the St. Lawrence te Quebec, the point of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 August 1880

J -- I T"?"" '- " u - u -- - LANCASTER DAILY'INTELLIGENCER. JCONDAY AUGUST 2. 1880, Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2, 1880. Tebacc. Last Week's New Yeilt Market. U. S. Tobacco Journal. With the exception of sales of about 800 cases of '79 Ohie for expert at 7$ te8$ cents, nothing noteworthy occurred. The market lias taken en a condition of almost utter stagnation. There is net the least cvinccmcutef any speculative movement. The situation is hut natural, and was pre dicted by the J7. S. Tobacco Journal many months age. The dead-lock exists and will last till some of the shrewdest of the packers or the '79 Pennsylvania crop sell their packings the first chance they get. regardless of the investment figures. Tliiswill take place seen. Most of the packers of that crop who operate in this market begin te realize the correctness of the U. S. Tobacco Journal's predictions, but they will net acknowledge it publicly, nor can they as long as they held this stock. They even c...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 August 1880

. -'-' J - ' .-. ,- ..- i- HT' - r,-VTT r-fZ f- .' . vMJ .W.U.t.W74.Z' - '.A-.. we t VftlUM XYI-Ne. 286. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1880 Price Tw Oat. CLOTHING. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have lei sale for the coming season an Immense Stock of Reaiylate Mm, Heur own manufacture, which comprises the Htest and Most STYIISHDESIGBS. DKY GOODS. BARGAINS IN CALICOES AT THE NEW YORK STORE. - Cen.c and see our MEW GOODS 5,000 YDS. WH DAI CALICOES AT 5 CTS. A YAM Justepcned an elegant assortment of choice styles In Calicoes, Cretonnes, and Chintzes MUSLINS! MUSLINS! 7A Hamastcr I-ntdligcnirr. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1880. AGKICULTURAL. LANCASTER COUNT If SESSION. FARMERS IN nrlccs. TOM PRICKS. Watt, Shand & Company, 8 AND 10 EAST KING STREET. FOB MERCHANT TAILORING, which is larger and composed of the best styles U Imj found in the cltjv D. B. Hostetler & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. SALE OF DAMAGED GOODS. -:- water during -lyd LANCASTER. PA &m opening AT H. GERHART...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 August 1880

- - "j -, f :--v" iz f- .-..- ""? Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY BVKNING, JULY 3, 1830. Staad ana Dclirer. The Republican county committee as sessed Hen. A. Herr Smith $1,200 as the candidate for Congress; Themas J. 'Davis $800 as the nominee for district attorney; Ames II. Mylin, for senator, $350 ; the five candidates for assembly from the county, $175 each; the four candidates for prison inspector and peer director, $10 each ; county surveyor $5, and Mr. Demuth, city candidate for Legislature, $5, with the understanding that his main assessment should be made by and paid te the city executive com mittee for the city campaign raising a total fund of about $3,275 for the elec tion of the Republican local nominees in this county, which the Republican chair man beasts is geed for 9,000 majority. The assessments were se excessive, no doubt, because the chairman and his friends, who were in a majority en the committee and the subcommittee, are net m political sympathy with most of th...

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

; ".,?- ;rfv f?-z?M' ' ."'" . - LANCASTER JUIL 1NTELUGENCER. JUESDAY ATfGST3;i8 8VMHEB LKISOKK. People Who Want te Keep Coel The Ni agara Kxcurslens. At the King street depot this morning there was quite a large throng present te witness the departure of the excursionists te Niagara ever the Philadelphia & Head ing and Lehigh Valley routes. Between twenty and twenty five tickets had been sold and these who left en the 7:55 train were as follews: Miss Kate Kelly, Miss Mary Ann McGrann, Miss Agnes Kelly, Miss Kate Dougherty, Miss Lydia Fliuii, Mrs. R. A. Malene, of this city ; Miss Maggie Wade, of Elizabethtown, and Miss Kcrus, of Mount Jey ; Messrs. J. F. Itickscckcr, Jehn . Malene and Christ Ilgclgans, city : Clias. C. Ilensel, Quarry villc ; Daniel Helm, New Providence ; Samuel Stewart, New Prevideuce ; Reu ben Leng, Mount Jey, and William Weeds, Leaman Place. Besides these,Mr. William Wiley, of Bair & Shenk's banking house, and Mr. Frank L. Sprecher, left this afternoon, a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 August 1880

' -;-' 7" r.v- -J-""- - ' " t-TwW- Vfc n T - A. Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAT BVENINO, AUQU8T 3, 1880. IN CLOVER. Levely, sunny, simmer day. In a hammock swinging, Sea-waves brightly flashing near, Happy birds a-elnglng. Hum ei pipe and hum of bee, Whir or insects blending In a dreamy symphony, Kings of smoke ascending On the air te break and fade. Green boughs arching ever. Fragrance born en every breeze - Isn't he in clever? Flower-dotted grass beneath, Blue sky o'er him feiniling. Pretty girl en either side Pleasantly beguiling One with fan and shade whose tint. With the wings urc vying Of the gorgeous butterflies Gayly round them flying. One with book from which she reads Seng of maid and lever In a voice of melody Isn't he in clever? -MZMCA&. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED Hew te Iteceinc Naturalized. STOHaCH BITTER AMTMicm antra adtsmtiskment. Who Desire .linking Citizens out of People w tote. An applicant for naturalization, if he ar rived in this country after he was eighteen...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 August 1880

'JL"" """" -? --j--. .r-'.; V'IIjWC'A' - .' Weline XYI-Ne. 287. LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1880 Price Twe Cmts. -H y vre--- - 3k sti n ri aTivijif ai t VT i i r 11 CLOTHING. Spring Opening 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Wc have fei sale fertbe coming seasons n Immeiue Stock of Eeaiy-Me Clothing, ifeur own manufacture, which comprises the .atcat and Hest STYLISH DESIGNS. Come and sec our MEW GOODS FOB MERCHANT TAILORING, r lilcli Is larger and composed of the best styles :i Ihi found in tlic city.' D. B. Hostetter & Sed, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. fi-lyd LANCASTER. PA sniiHii en AT H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having lust returned from tlie New Yerk Voelcn Market, I am new prepared te exhibit )iic of the Best Selected Stocks of WOOLENS renTHB Sprii mil Summer He, rer brought te this city. Nene but the very ?slef ENGLISH, FRENCH AMD AMERICAN FABRICS, all tliu Leading Styles. Price as low as tlie ewesl, ami all goods warranted as represciit- H. GEEHARTS, Ne. 51 North ...

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. — 4 August 1880

rf-5i p.imiiMiiii immh w, - '- mi iiT- it MjfrgTj iMrHin V LANCASTER DAU.lKTELLiGMcM; WEDNESDAY, AdGrt3ST 4,1830. fl 14.' .14 WW A .A Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUG. 4, 1880. Hancock's Personal Following. General Hancock is exhibiting a very remarkable degree of personal strength. A great number of Republicans are de claring their intention te vote for him who yet refuse te leave their party or otherwise fail te sustain it. The bad character of Garfield has a great deal te de with this exhibition of their prefer ence for Hancock, which is, however, mainly founded upon a liking for the greatness of the man. General Hancock has been much exposed te public obser vation during his life and has met a great many ieeple, who all retain pleasing recollections of him Und naturally in cline te vote for him. The issues of the canvass are net very exciting and leave such Republicans without strong induce ment te sacrifice their preference te their party. There is nothing in the...

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. — 4 August 1880

t-B --T -- TT-X m .'-.-- y ' j'vr; LANCASTER DA1XX lMJEIiU(MGjEKWJEiNESDA1 AtTGUST 4, 1880. i i TENT AND TABERNACLE. The CaaipmeetlBg at LaadUvUle. The heavy rains continuing all day yes terday, last night and much of te-day. have had a discouraging effect en the dwellers in tents and grove and greatly diminished the attendance upon the vari ous exercises. Many persons expected have failed te come en account of the weather, and of these in attendance some shortened their stay for the same reason. Yesterday morning it was expected there would be a large concourse te hear the eloquent Apelles of Methodism, Dr. Themas Guard, of Baltimore. But the threatening prospects of an inclement day kept many at home. The services were held in the large tabernacle which was well filled with a large and intelligent audience. The choir rendered a fine opening, after which Dr. Guard led in prayer, which was flceply devout, brief and full of feeling. After the scripture lessen Rev. Guard preached en t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 4 August 1880

' Z " '$' -" V 'cT V .'--- -, - ' -V- . --, J.-1 "- '-J..- --v.- "y ":." 'J i' VV. 3 . - "V rFT1 ' , . M...rX, 1 1 iiwi wMtennwtLTjyHaSMiBg v..v- I Lancaster ntelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG, 4, 1880. KISbES. Very sweet the mem'ry of Buddy lips that I have pressed 'Gainst my own, red-warm with love Burning underneath my vest. Than this flaming, mutual love; There Is something sweeter yet ; 'lis the fadeless mem'ry el Kisses that I tailed te get. TO CERTAIN' BUSES. O rare, red-bosomed roses. That 'neath my window bloom, Blush richer new than ever, Kxlialc your best perfume. There Is no flower breathing. That envies net your doom doom deem To perish In the presence Of well I won't say whom ! Farm aad (tardea. Seasonable Nete for Del vers la the Seil. The Poultry Monthly, of Albany, N. Y., gives, tlic following directions for feeding poultry : "All kinds of fowls should have sufficient feed given them, regularly, two or three times a day. If confined they should be led oftener than...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 August 1880

--V- - j- - 'J- w f ,.f r.-i-;-P sG&rsf e 1 w?aP ' ;rs.i? Volume XYI-Ne. 288. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1880. Price Twe Carts. -t-- . Ih JalHHsnii-"' " At1- I M U K CLOTHING. Spring Opening AT 24 CENTRE SQUARE. We have tei Bale for the coming seasons an Immense Stock of Really-Hale Clettig. f our own manufacture, which comprises the .at est and Most STYHSI LESIGUS. Come and sce our SEW GOODS FOtt MIGBANT TAILORING, a hich is larger ami composed et the best styles lie leund in the city. 9. B. Eestetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE. :-lyd LANCASTER. PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having ust returned from the New Yerk .Voelcn Maikct, I am new prepared te exhibit nicet the Rest Selected Stocks of WOOLENS FOB THE M mil Slier Me, vcr brought te this city. Nene but the very JhlOl ENGLISH, FRENCH AMD AMERICAN FABRICS, all the Leading Styles. Prices as low as the ew est, and all goods" warranted as rcpresenl ,at H. GERHABTS, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 August 1880

V -.;' Iv-viil"--'1, ? "- rv j-'- ; - ;- - vn LANCASTER DAILY JNTEtLiGENCER; THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1880. i..C' r- J-JS """ Lancaster intelligencer. THUBSDAY STONING. AUG. 5, 1880. What Is Jatlclally Decided. Frem the records of the court at Chi cago, where suit was brought by one Chittenden te recover from the represent atives of DeGelyer & Ce. a hundred thousand dollars for his service in secur ing the contract te lay the wooden pave ments in Washington, out of which he averred DeGelyer & Ce. had made $400, 000, getting $3.50 a yard for what cost them but $1-50, it appears that the de fence te the suit made by DeGelyer & Ce., who were represented by ex-Senater Doolittle, was, first, that the contract was void upon its face; and, secondly, that it was void as against publie policy, because of the five thousand dollars paid te James A. Garfield, a member of Con gress, for his influence as a congressman in getting the beard of public works nt Washington te give DeGelyer &...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 August 1880

!- 5S-W.:7'.- ragrr - Vf. . v-r-'' - - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY AUGXTST 5, 1880. TENT AND TABERNACLE. The Campmeetlns at lnduvl lie. The children's services yesterday after noon was addressed by Revs. J. Gcigcr and Singer. The presiding elder of the district, Rev. G. Cummins, preached at 3 p. m. a most earnest sermon, founded en the words, "Be thou faithful until death and I will give thee a crown of life." His theme was the Christian conflict and its reward. A geed meeting followed the ser mon. Tlic spiritual tide rose very high and the singing was grand. An experience meeting was held at G p. in., conducted by Rev. G. Rakestraw. A large audience assembled in the tab ernacle in the evening te hear Dr. Hanlen, president of Pennington seminary, New Jersey. The Docter selected his text from St. Mark, viii., 30. "What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lese his own soul." The text appeals te our own self-interest We sometimes con found self-intere...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 August 1880

I I IMP Mill I . 3 A- V- -- V- . - Z's ' ' .M' K. " - " V- --vr LANCASXERJDAILY iNTfiLLIGBNblSR, THURSDAY AUGUST 5. 1880. Eancagtet intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING, AUG, 6, 1880. k Terrible MMalgfct Visiter. TIM ExdUac Kxptlimew of an Early Settler m the tipper Delaware A lrst-clau Among the many old settlers of the Pike county hills and glens is an old snn-bnrned man, who has a little cabin a few reds back from the regular path te Mount Union. Visitors here are told that he can tell many a strange tale about the pioneers and their history, and here is one that he gareadayortwe age : 'Yea want a yarn about myself in my younger days, de you, stranger ? Well, there's many a one, and tough, tee, I might tell you. But, seein' you come from the city, and are eager for semethin' rather excitin', I will give you an account of the trouble we had with the bears when we built the first hotel up here. That was a geed while age ; I couldn't think of say ing just hew long. I was a young, strong ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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