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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 22 September 1880

'Vfi11' r -. " , ,. - . 'i ,-;--"-yiv.;A'. ;:' v-.. vl - .. -- V - X - i - j. , '". - 1. f - ', vV!8l LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 22, 1880 Price Twe Cent. Volume XVII-Ne. 19. --.- a"i'iif nteipfixMiti&f : 3k K ?, CLOJUIXO. H. GERHART, TAILOB, He3 J ust opened a CHOICE STOCK OF FIJiB WOOLENS FOIl TIU5 FALL TRADE. SELECT STYLES and none but the best el ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FABRICS, AT Ne. 51 North Queen Street. H. GERHART. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! We have new rculy for ulc :m Iimiicnse Stock et BeaiyUe QiMic ret: Fall and Winter, which sire Cut and Tritiimeit In the Lutest btyle. We Ciin give you u. GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In great variety, made te order at short notice at the lowest prices. 24 CENTRE SQUARE, C-lyd LAXUASTKU. PA. HOOKS ASD STATIONERY. OCUOOL UOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS ASU SCHOOL SUPPLIES for I-ancaster City and County, at L. M. FLYNN'S Ne. 42 WKST KINO STKEKT. OCUUUL lfOOKS, BLANK BOOKS AJiU Fancy Stationary AT IW DERSMTI'S Ne. 32 Ea...

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. — 22 September 1880

,;xja r " -Vi', "-.fy i-T -- y:-!vt $r LANCASTER DAILY 1TELLIGEN(JEU.?WEI)NEESDAI SEPTEMBER 22, 1880 rn . ui cm i ... ii, ,i J i"Pf 'I..I ,- WfMW? &' & iancastct intelligences. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O. SEPT. 22, 1880. Vlclens and Unwise. General Mahone finds a champion in our Republican cotemperary, the Exami ner, which gees te him, notwithstanding he was one of these dreadful rebel gen erals and new proclaims himself a Demo crat, just because he is in alliance with its Republican friends in Virginia ; and our contemporary needs no mere te cause it te smile en the vilest sinner that ever breathed. It but fellows the fashion of all its fellow partisans, who have made their party notorious for its absurd inconsist ency in reviling the confederate briga diers while they take te their arms every one of them who will embrace them for a mess of pottage. In applauding General Mahone the Ex aminer shows itself very amiable indeed. One would think that it was somewhat imprudent; because Gen...

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. — 22 September 1880

re, -"-" -' ' - ... jfj LANCASTER DAILY IllTEixiGENCER WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1680. 3 .-1 iS".! SUCHOSCOPY. A Conference Meeting. A conference meeting-of the microscopi micrescopi microscepi cal society was held in the rooms of the Lancaster scientific club last evening. Seme eighty invitations were distributed. Thete were seven microscopes en duty, and of the persons exhibiting them each tried te de his best in the way of interest ing objects. Belew will be found a list of the microscopes, exhibitors, objects ex hibited, and magnifying power used : J. 1. 3IcJaskey exhibited, en nis newt ".National" binocular wttu a masuuyiug nrnvi-r of about sixtv diameters, wing of Lunar moth, seri of ferns and pollen of fire-weed (Eptfebium augusujeuum.) K. W. McCaskcy showed human hair and the feet of a louse with Dr. C. A. Lecher's large microscope, "Grand Amer ica!!," made by Zentrayer, of Philadelphia, 200 diameter. He alseexhibited by means of a Heck "National,'' some shells and sand from ...

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. — 22 September 1880

-LMMaaMaiMlWVP -v - tv - .-. . .- .-. -- v: fc; . .- t LMCASTER DAILY 1NTEELIOENCER WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1880. ! - Lancaster Intelligencer. WKDNS8DAT EVEITO, 8EPT. 22, 1880. THE CLOSE. The dew of tbe evening came down On cottage and village and town ; It came like a prayer en the sun-burdened air, And rested en rest as a crown. There was peace In the haze en tbc hill. There was peace In the rhyme of the rill. And the robin's rich note en the air was afloat, With a chirp, and a song, and a trill. Though she passed long age from my mind. Though she left me In sadness behind, She came back te me true In the fall of the dew. Once again ear affections te bind. There was peace In the gloom en my breast, As I looked te the far-sinking West ; In that dreamland I gazed en bright altars that blazed As beacons where the weary found rest. In the dew of the evening that tell On mountain and streamlet and dell, Frend hopes et the past before me were east Their tales of disaster te tell. I was ...

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. — 23 September 1880

K..V! it-'-'T -v n--vt-; " its .ri : -. ,-". r r . iV "X' i 'M5 y '- (El) ymxttfi s22 LANCASTER, PA., THIFESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23, 1880 Volume XYII-Ne. 20. Price Tw Gntp. 'vk -r v-i-i. Bfnldlien h CZ.OJ1I1SU. H. GERHART, TAILOR, If as just opened a CHOICE STOCK OF FIIkK WOOLENS TOV, THE FALL TRADE. SELKCT STYLUS anil none but the best el ENGLISH, FRENCH ASD AMERICAN FABRICS, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. H. GERHART. CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! We liave new ic.uly ler wile an IiameiiiC Stock et mil Fall and Winter, which are Cut and Trltnniud In the Latest Style. We can give you u GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In Krc.it variety, made te elder at shei t notice ' at the lowekt juices. D. B. Hestfitter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, 6-lyd LANCASTER. PA. PaLl and Winter 1SSO. Anether laige invoice of the LATEST STYLES OF Loudeu autl New Yeik NOVELTIES, TOE 1EFS WEAR, NOW OPEK AT SMALING'S THE ARTIST TAILOR. IV ALL INFERS, c w E ARE OFrKBIXU THE ONLY PERFECT Extension Window Cornice ev...

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

- -" - - i s . LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIOENOEUTHURSDAY' SEPTEMBER 23, 1880 rt- 3 ri II. Hancastci intelligencer. THDBSDAY EVENING. SEPT. 23, 1880. Hcury Gere Smith. A letter from Gee. A. Smith, esq., te Mr. Steinman, dated at ltegersville, Ten nessee, September 17, announces te him the sudden death, en the afternoon of the preceding day, of his old associate jn thelXTELLiOEN'CEi:, Henry G. Smith. He died in his room at his home, near Rogersville, from heart disease. He has had premonitions of the progress of this disease for a year or mere, and spoke of them when we met him in June at the Cincinnati convention. "We found him then much wasted in form and evidently in ill health. Yet he did net anticipate se speedy a release. A letter from him, under date of the sixth of this month, requesting a shipment of Lancaster red seed wheat, says : " I am quite unwell at present with the complaint of which I spoke te you. I suppose it some form of heart disease. Geerge is coining te Pennsyl vani...

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. — 23 September 1880

? . .Wfl LANCASTER BAflA lNTELIIOENCEk. THUftSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 13801 '-."''' ' -' .--.-. A . COLUMBIA NEWS. OUP. REGULAR COHIsESPONHENCi: This morning at about 5 o'clock second Umpire freight west, drawn by cnguiee. 115, Wm. Baight, engineer, crashed into the rear end et Columbia local freight also bound west at a point near Chickies sta tion. Four care or the last-mentioned train -were knocked from the track and broken up, but engine Tse. He was only slightly injured. The north mam track was blocked for some time and the Col umbia wreck crew was sent te the scene of the disaster te get things straightened up. The track is new clear and travel has been resumed. There was no person hurt. Who is te blame for the accident will come out in geed time. C. II. Hanghman, of Lancaster city, and Kate Liphart, of Columbia, were united in marriage at the Kcfermcd church, corner or Third and Cherry streets last evening by Itev. C. S. Gerhard. The bridal party were driven te Lancaster from the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 23 September 1880

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23. 1880. i- r .1 1 n Lancaster Intelligencer. THDESDAT EVENING, 8EPT. 23, 1880. Revised Fruit List. Recommendations of Value and Interest. Germantown Telegraph. Since the last publication of our fruit list, we liavofer satisfactory reasons chang ed our opinion with respect te a few of the fruits which it contained. But in regard te the list as a whole wc can see no just grounds for disturbing it. Indeed, wc de net see hew il can be improved for this section of country, or as a general list for all the Middle states. Seme of each of the separate selections may net de well upon one premises that will succeed ad mirably en another. Each grower must find out for himself the particular apples, pears, &c, especially adapted te his soil and location. According te our present preference, we should select the following for our own planting : Standard Pears 1, Gilferd : 2, Doyenne d'Ete ; 3. Early Catharine ; 4, Kirtiand ; 5, Bloodgood ; G...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 September 1880

,. J ' . , aje Xmifaj s I lAV'V LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 24, 1880 Volume XVH-Ne. 21. Price Tw Gents. r - . " - jlMlilifeu cw a 1 1 IffipnMixg l M JtJtY OOODH. FAIUESTOGK'S, Next Doer te tbe Court Hen. Open this day tlie Largest Sleck of UNDERWEAR Fer Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, DRAWERS, VESTS AND SHIRTS, 12y2, 15, 13, W, 25, 37, 50, G5, 75c, Te be found in tlic city. ttRAND FAM. Ol'ENING OF LADIES' SKIRTS. FIVE HUNDRED KELT. FLANNEL, -SILK AND WOOL SKIRTS, te be be bold in nth less than REGULAR PRICES. FAHNEST0CK'S, Next lioer te the Court Heuse. BECAUSE Our Goods are Carelully Selected, BECAUSE The IX-Hi-'iw arc Artistic and New, BECAUSE The Coleiings aiv. Rich and Harmonious BECAUSE The Prices are Hxtremcl Reasonable. We ask you te visit us when yen are in w ant ! CARPETS PAPER MGK, LARGEST STOCK IN TUB MTV. J. B. lartin & Ce., Cerner West King and Prince Streets, LANCASTER, PA. S PKCIAI. NOTICE. FALL---1880. NEW FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. HAGER & BROTHER AUE...

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. — 24 September 1880

p" c ', ', -- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1880 Hfcancastet intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24, 1880. TIic Republican Idea. The idea upon which the Republican orators base their claim te continuance in power is that the Democratic party will be controlled by its representatives in the states lately in rebellion, and that it will be their aim te ruin the country. The second preposition is one that is hard enough te prove, but when it is combined with the first declaration the whole statement becomes tee foolish te ba patiently endured by sensible Repub licans who think for themselves and are net willing that they shall be stultified in their effort te continue their party in power. The New Yerk Even ing Pest is net willing that its party shali be put in the position of claiming that the Seuth, with one-seventh of the popula tion of the country, will first control the Democratic party, then through it ob tain the necessary votes te control the nation, and f...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 September 1880

k - -', f. v. v v . - . r -ji- , v- sr'-f. r4 '-' -,v " ,. x - . 1 V LANCASTB DAILY INTELLIGENCER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1880 . "WWl J- -'..; 1.1 r policy in tbe Lebanon insurance company ler $120. His entire less he estimates at $.-i00. Adjoining Hcfler's stable Jehn Fen stenmachcr loses one, and his less is sev eral hundred dollars. Te the west of the works the dwelling, occupied by J. Smoker, and the east end of the tannery arc slightly damaged. When the fire had spent its fury and there was no anticipated destruction of property a second alarm was bounded. JehnASuvder's small barn between the house and" mill, jut en the eastern bor ough limits, was discovered te be en fire. The firemen with the hand engine were seen en hand, tee late te save the barn, but in time te rave the large mill which was en fire at .several places. The barn contained five leads of hay and two of straw. Adjoining the barn were a hog pen and an ice heu.se, both cf which were destroyed. The only live .stock...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 24 September 1880

ct. " 1 - LANCASTER DAILY INTBLLIGENCER FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24. 18iO. incaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 24, 1880. Farmer aud Gardener. About Ripening Fears. Advice by the Ocrmantewn Telegraph. At a late meeting of fruitgrewers in the western part of the state of New Yerk, a member said he had tried many ways te ripen pears, but had found the best way te be te pack them in close boxes aud keep them in a cool though net tee dry an at mosphere ; but did net say where this place exactly was. Pears se ripened, he averred, come out with better flavor and color than if exposed te the atmosphere te ripen ; but did net say that these boxes were air tight. Anether person stated that he had known peats buried "right in the soil out of doers te coma out in perfect condition in tlic spring." Is this really se? We can't believe it. Wc have tried it several times, and seen it tried we think a score of times, and in every instance it was net sim ply a failure, but ruined all the fruit. The...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 September 1880

I J--.--," (Eln Dftift$xg) IIAVV -MU.. . , J , .fr. Volume XYII-Ke. 22. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25, 1880. Priee Twe Cents. "-., -J.V ' if ft clothing. H. GERHART, TAILOR, lias just opened a CHOICE STOCK or FINK WOOLENS reitTiiE FALL TRADE. SELECT STYLES and none but tlie best et ENGLISH, FRENCH AMD AMERICAN FABRICS, AT Ne. 51 North Queen Street. H. GERHART. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! We have new re'idy ler bale an Immense Stock et Ml and Winter, which nre Cut and Trimmed in the Latest Style. We can givu you a GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS In gieat variety, made 1e order at short notice at the lowest prices. D. B. Hostetter & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, C-lyd LANCASTER, PA. Fall and Winter 1SSO. Anether large invoice of the LATEST STYLES OF Londeu auil New Yerk NOVELTIES, FOE MEFS WEAR, NOW OPES AT SM ALI NG'S THE ARTIST TAILOR. DRUGS, S.V. rimCSSES t TKUSSES! ! TR.USSKS! !! X Sufferers from Rupture will llndtlie safest, t easiest and cheapest Trusses in the w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 25 September 1880

U ; i .!;. r ?e;i-" - ' t - --,;: - tSL'"!V-, .V ' "" ilancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 25, 1880. Falsifying History. In the heat of a political campaign a geed deal of vituperation, a geed many misstatements, and a perversion of a geed many historical facts, are te be looked for from editors and orators of both political parties; and yet who, would expect te see in an old and hereto fore reputable newspaper like the Ger Ger mantewn Telegraph a flat denial of some of the most incenteslible facts of history facts known te thousands if net hun dreds of thousands of living witnesses, and sworn te by many of the most emi nent patriots who fought and bled for the Union during the late rebellion. In its partisan zeal the Germantown Tele graph does net hesitate te fly in the face of all contemporaneous history and at tempt te pluck from Gcn.Hanceck's brew the laurels which he gained by his gen ius, his bravery and his bleed at Gettys burg. That we may de no injustice te 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. — 25 September 1880

-t,-veL.-. i? ' - V LANCASTER .DAILY; 1NTLIIGENPER.; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880 rs X Li IN COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE Progress Uie Order or the Day Pell Ileal 1'crsenal. The march of improvement is going en, and -with it, step by step the Penn sylvania railroad is progressing. One of the latest of the new ideas in practical shape, te which the company gives its confidence and support is the "indicator," -which, as its name signifies, is an invention by which is indicated semcthiug what, we will try te explain. The indicator, te begin with, is a new invention ; it indicates time and it indicates distance. With it, if the ex periment te which it is being subjected, proves it te be wertli what is claimed for it, the company will be enabled te ascer tain te a fraction of a mile the distance made by a moving train in a given time, the portions of the read where fast and where slew time is made and lastly hew long and where steps are made, the time of such steps and the 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. — 25 September 1880

:; i , --. - . - , - , - . - ... ' ' - ' ""'","' ' i - - - r.. . hi - i ' . ; - . - " - . , -.?"" -.' LANCASTER JDAILY 1NWLLIGENCER SATtftfeii SMTEteER 25. 1810. tt.- .,jy,wj.-imw3jpasigsaafcjut-.w' ''i ! 'i V fDi'in'irjwni L Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, SEPT. 25, 1880. Win. Henry's Hospitality. Themas Fame's Spectacles and Shee Buckles. We copy from the paper entitled Among the Pines, published at Lake Pleasant, (Ms.,) during the Spiritual camp meeting lately held at tliat resort the following interesting fact in relation te Themas Paine, showing that his spectacles and shoe buckles are new preserved in the patent office at Washington : "S.'M. Baldwin, of Washington, D. C, has presented a bust of Themas Paine, made by Clark Mills, te the United States patent office, and it has been placed near the front deer in one of the most con spicuous places in the building. He has also deposited there the shoe buckles and spectacles which Paine were while writing the fifth numbe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 September 1880

-' , va " v -. -.. J -.' -- i " .!..,. --!, . v .-',;:-- -;s je mfak M M I lA4XAv I VVvXc V i"1'; V In B atB 1 1 B Uwtfl Mil Bh i Volume XVH-Ne. 23. cletuixg. H. GERHART, TAILOR, llasjiisteiH-iud n CHOICE STOCK WOOLENS POU'llIK FALL TRADE. !j,M.(;i l LI." and nunc but the best et ENGLISH, FRENCH -AMI- AMERICAN FABRICS, AT Ne. 51 North Queen Street. H. GEEHART. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! We line new i;.tlv let v.tlc :ui liimieu-e StOCk Ot Ready-lb ClelDg lOR Fall and Winter, whieh aie Cut :ml Tiiiiimud in the Lntest htjle. We cm km e you u GOOD STYLISH SUIT AS LOW AS $10.00. PIECE GOODS !n gie.il auel, miule toenlor.it wheit notice nt llii' lowest pliccs. D. B. Hosteller & Sen, 24 CENTRE SQUARE, U'l LANCASTER. PA. II A I.l. VAVERS, &c. w tv. aki: tiiri-cisw tiii: only PERFECT Extension Window Cornice cvi-i manuf.ii tuiil. It is pcifcct in Its eon Mi action, simple :iml li.imly te adjust anil ciy cheap. It urn be i emulated te litany or er nai v window by inc mset a thumb terew, and ...

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

- -,-'-" 7 " " r. vVX?' u LANCASTER DAILY lNTELLlGEN(;ER. MONDAl SEHEHMBER 27,1880 W-' 1. i " ?- i-ancastct IctitelUgencer. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 27, 1880. Iu a Had Plight. Republican onilers are very much em barrassed for. lack e ammunition sis is proven by the sort they have te put up with. It turns out se often te be mere dangerous te themselves than te their enemy, that they have reason te be very much discouraged. At the outset of the campaign they thought they could go back te the last presidential election and show that General Hancock was in a dreadful conspiracy of some kind te overthrew the government, and they ex pected te prove it by a letter from him te Sherman, which they therefore loudly and rashly called for. It came and made them very sick indeed. And they are sick again ever the result of their claim of the last few weeks that General Han cock was in another conspiracy ; this time designed te ruin the government financially by securing the payment of all sorts of r...

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

?-i, I . - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. MENDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1880 v, - k torches ablazc,did geed marching up Mar ket te Perry street, down Perry te Frent, and dowuFrent te Lewer Marietta, when the liue hickory pole was raised opposite the hotel of Jehn Finn. UK. SWKNTZtXL'S l'IS. et a Me ICecuvera it Through the Agency Tlcntl A Strange ury. Dr. Swcntzcll, of Pittsburgh, late of this city, has recovered the diamond pin which was taken from him by a couple of garro garre tcrs en Pciiii street, a little ever a month since. Tlies, Godfrey, the saloon keeper through whose agency the pin was re turned te its ewucrj tells the following re markable story of the manner in which its recovery war. accomplished : "About a week age he (Godfrey) re ceived iufoimatieu that the doctor's pin had been sent away from Pittsburgh shortly after it had been taken from its owner, and scut te Cleveland where it had fallen into the bauds of some well-known fence men. " Conceiving that he had struck upon a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 27 September 1880

ifciJ-r lr-1? " 07" : - - J - i.- v- -' -. - IW - " v -r-l r - . " , ' - Lancaster daily ijrcEiiaQ&NcigR mehpay September 27. issb. -i-r ?" .4' .7 P.. c Lancaster f ntelKgcncer. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 27, 1880. A Streng GevcrameHt. Strength Grews Out of tbe Benclicence, uut tlie Amount of Power. Frem ex-Governer Seymour's Ullca Speech. Wc find that many fair-minded men rc rc ceive the terms nation and national with favor because they have vague ideas that they will give mere strength te the general government and security te our Union. We all seek te make our government strong. Wc all pray that our Union may stand for ever. Uut it is a fatal error te suppose that the strength of a government grows out of the amount and net the beneficence of its power. There is truth in the maxim that the gov ernment is best which governs best that which ci ves the larccst measure of freedom, rights of conscience, of persons and of property. That government is tne most enduring which lifts up its...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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