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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 9 October 1880

" ; x-"' i" S1VV " V-x."-- - . - -- ? v - - . -i ja JZ'.'Si m m;w- Volume XVII-Na 34. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1880. ! Price Twe Cnta, Ii5 KS;i tSm N NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TAKUAI'3! tsABGAlXS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Hsher Offer their entire-stock et Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et discontinu ing the READY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and Malefaction In all cases guaranteed. A select line or Cleths, Cassimcres, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings. Vestlngs,ftc.,alwavsen hand and orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line or Furnishing Goods. RATH VON & FISHER Merchant Tailors mid Drapers, Se. 101 North Queen St , Lancaster, Fa. SPECIAL These in want of Itcady-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing are mainly or their own manufacture an...

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. — 9 October 1880

"V W &V "s" l ' ' j-- M"f. "--V.-3y '" LANCASTER DA1LT INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY OCTOBER 9, 188(T 'v-"- CJ Lancaster JtiMligencet. SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 0, 1880. Feed for Thought. Mr. Frank Shredcr is one of the propri etors of a very large cotton mill in this city, employing hundreds of operatives ; Jacob G. Peters is also a mill proprietor ; W. D. Sprcchcr is the owner of a very large ware house business ; Jehn D. Sidles is one of the partners in a very large tobacco pack ing establishment, employing many hands ; Dr.Wickcrsham is a director in our gas com pany and the president of one of the larg est printing houses in the state ; Samuel 31. Myers-is one of the proprietors of the largest clothing establishment in this city, and of like establishments elsewhere, giv ing employment te many men and women ; A. K. Hefftneier, Harry A. Diller, E. J. Erisman, Lewis S. Hartman, H. B. Coch ran, Chas. A. Reece, E. J. Zahm, B. F. Breucman, J. W. Byrne, J. K. Smaling, Jeseph Samson, Jcrc. ...

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. — 9 October 1880

V- ' -1 yt1 - ,wki-.Kr3g&-' - '' '.v ;!:v,-clT V- -'-J-f't " s--i'tC iT V r 'K1- '-.-iS- s. J -JS"'r' -" i.efcr -c 11. L h jUtszr-r- tbe big caual beat made of canvass, and carried en wheels by the Fourth ward club. There were half a dozen of men and one woman in the beat. The Fifth ward club carried a large re vel ving balloon, en which were pasted the names of all the states. As it revolved horizontally, the names were, of course, upside down one half the time, causing a very ludicrous effect. The name of Ohie was spelled "OimV' wnicnawe carcu much remark, and Kentucky had an extra e in it, COLUMBIA NEWS. OCU REGULAR CORRESPONDENCE At a meeting of the Keystone Demo cratic club held in the club room en North Third .street last evening, the following battalion officers were elected : Colonel H. M. North, esq. Lieutenant Colonel William Patteu. Majer S. S. Detwiler. Adjutant Harry S. Graybill. The meeting was largely attended and the enthusiasm was unbounded. It was decided te pa...

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. — 9 October 1880

imm&rzam '' r- aS?'55 ' -ri? -3J- ' ?r; LANCASTER BAILXi INTELLIGENCER JSkEDBAOCtOBERaaSSO. VtkTM3Z.'$' Hancastet fntelliaencev. SATURDAY EVENINO. OCT. , 1880. WHIPPING CRIMINALS. Mew English J estlce Is Meted eat te Ramans. X. Y. Journal el Commerce. On the 15th ult one of the most brazen faced ruffians who ever steed up in a Brit ish court suddenly wilted and uttered a scream en hearing the terms of the judge's sentence, and was taken away in a fainting condition. He had no defense. The evi dence was conclusive. He was sure of con viction and of severe sentence, and he knew it. But he was net prepared for one part of the punishment prescribed by Mr. Justice Stephen. He screamed and almost faint ed, net in view of the twenty years of penal servitude, but because the judge ordered, as a fitting prelude, thirty lashes from a cat-e'-nine-tails. This man had robbed and attempted te murder by drug ging, and then throwing from a railway carriage, a traveling companion in whose confid...

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. — 11 October 1880

- ir t -. ''.V,-t,iKt-i,'; -v Li - I 75TMR!KnaBM5'' Jf - ' vg)Z"" -Sj. x,--fi-- " -s,-s- -i - t r - - - -"--i's-J. i, .-.. if L t fmiikfi fiii : Volume XTII-Ne. 35. LANCASTER, PA., MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1880 PrkeTwCnfc. '' rdih iH3BttfllHltS'Bivr I x P fev- vZ HEW ADVERTISEMENTS, TAEUAXNS! BARGAINS!! SELLING OFF! SELLINOOFF!! Eathven & Msher Oircr tlicir entire-stock of Reacty-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et discontinu discentinu ing: the RE AD V-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention cxdutlrcly te -CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Casslmcrea, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings. Vestings, ice. always en hand and orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line of Furnishing Goods. RATHVON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, I'a. SPECIAL. Thebc in want of Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own Int...

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. — 11 October 1880

s;v s y K - LANCASTER DAILY lKTELLIGENCEU. MONDaI OCTOBER 11. 1880 "prvvr- !, m-2 h- I' .1 Lancaster intelligencer., MONDAY BVBNINO. OCT. 11, 1880. Why They qalt It. It is net much wonder that old-time Republicans throughout the country the men who revere the memories of Sumner and Chase and Seward and Greeley, and wliu prefer te fellow Trum bull rather than Legan, Curtin before Cameren and Charles Francis Adams rather than Conkling touch elbows new with the supporters of Hancock. Fer it will be remembered that the pretexts upon which the Republican party first gained power have been most shame fully abandoned by it, and the very prin ciples which it espoused iu 1860 arc these which it new repudiates. A recogni tion of the just rights of local self-government and the purification of the civil service were cardinal points in the Republican national platform of 1860 ; and in order that there may be no mistake about this we quote the fourth plank of the platform adopted by the first co...

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. — 11 October 1880

i,-'- J;jJ-fr-je?'.- -jf.-s. ' ! -'-J T ' &?. -?? TFii "W tr 751 1 -.24- LANCASTER DAIL limLUGENOER MONDAY OCTOBER 11, 1880 5rfS3F-2'- h THE LOCAL CAMPAIGN. A- Rattling Week ter th'e Democracy. Cel. Jehn W. Ferney and ether speak ers who arc te be present in Lancaster county this wedk te shake the country up politically en behalf of the Democracy, avrived this aftcrnoeu and have taken a carriage for Aleuutvillc where one of the largest meetings of the campaign will be held this evening te be addrpssed by Cel. Ferney and ethers. The Columbia and Marietta clubs will be there and hosts of earnest Democrats from the surrounding country. The Hancock Legien and glee club of this city will go out 100 strong, .some en horseback, some in carriages, and omnibuses leaving Centre Square at 5 p. m. will convey many ether Democrats of the city who will attend the meeting. To-meirow a grand mass meeting will be held during the afternoon at Quarry ville, te b2 addressed by Cel. Ferney, Mr. King...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 11 October 1880

mwm V 'iy-'j!'' J-"'jiB'F '-V-i! -f 'rC-' 4." LANCASTER DAILY liMELUGEKOER MONDAY OCTOBER H. 1880 Lancaster intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11, 1880. OCTOBER. A lew mere sons and boeh these tuneful voices O'er the blue splendor et the Southern Sea Will sound, where the red taniger rejoices Beneath the acacia and the orange tree. Soen, one by one. the reds new bright and golden Will turn te dusty brambles by the way. And starry aster fall, as from tba olden Rich tapestries the glories fade away. Slowly tbe rushes, and the flags of iris. Dropping, no mere their purple banners raise, And deep, as in the land ei dark Osiris, BtMtms the ied light through bars of chry ' seprase. A lew mere days and all this world of flowers, The light and glory en the land and main, Will fade, as ence en great Aladdin's towers. The enchantment passed, and all was dark again. Ne kingly power, or wand of necromancer, Can gild with geld the withered ileitis again, Ner clarion voice can ill, with jocund a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 October 1880

J-r" ew E?a5r fkmtfa$ ?i y Volume XYIJ-Ne. 36. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1880 Price Twe Ceitg. . "' M) f XEW AH TEBTI8EMEST8. TARGAINS! BARGAINS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & fisher Oirer tlielr entire-stock ei Keady-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view 1 olscontinu elscontinu olscentinu ingthc READY-MADE CLOTHING business, anil devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made ptemptly te order, and satisfaction in all cased guaranteed. A select line of Cleths; Ciu-feimcrcs, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings, Vesting., &c.,nlwavs en haitil and orders re spectfully .solicited. Alse, a general line of Furnishing Goods. RATHVON& FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen .St., Lancaster, l'a. SPECIAL The,e in want et Keady-Made Clothing will ceiibult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly of their own manufacture and hiib-tnnti...

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. — 12 October 1880

S K Tt'-. r f jf. '-- 4 ,, frMsr.'-j -Syr--sf i..-f I . - LANCASTER DAILY INTELLENCER. TUESDAY OCTOBER 12. PS ! J.fv - ' -- -v- " v , - " - a --- v.V- - Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. 12, 1880. Indiana, Ohie and West Virginia. The elections in the states of Indiana, Ohie and West Virginia, te-day, enlist the eager interest of the country en ac count of the important bearing it is ex pected the result there will have in de termining the outcome of the national contest three weeks hence. The prob able effect of victory or defeat has been generally discussed from various stand points throughout the contest, and even 8s we write the issue is being decided by that great arbiter of political disputes in a government by the people and for the iceple the ballet " A weapon that come down a still As snow-flakes fall upon the sod, Itut executes a freeman's will. As lixhtningdees the will of Ged." The three states named te-day elect state eflicers and congressmen . The real batt...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 12 October 1880

mmw-; z j.sf? v LANCASTER DAIIiY ElliGENCBai TtflBSDAY KKTOBER 12, 1880 TyW- COLUMBIA NEWS. OCR KEGCLAK COBKESPONDF.NCE Badetef Fresh News Frem the Borough en the Snsqaehauna. Rev. F. W.Staley, pastor of tbc E. E Lutheran church, has been delivering a series of lectures en " Pilgrim's Progress during the past several weeks and will con tinue lecturing en the same subject for a few weeks te come. The lectures arc licid in the lecture room of the church every Wednesday evening and all persons inter ested in the subject arc invited te attend. The attendance at most of the meetings held has been geed. . . The fence te the rear of Hely Trim y Catholic church, en Cherry street above Fourth, has been tern down and will be replaced by a brick wall, which is new in course of erection. S. B. McCerklc, of Philadelphia, is en a week's visit te his home in this place. Mrs. Leah Enney was yesterday after noon buried from the residence of her son, Richard C. Enney, en Cherry street above Fourth. A...

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. — 12 October 1880

- ,fc -i, , rSv - - --- -fyii ttij ii iiwiffiiiini ii W'v.ang.i &.. LANCASTER DAILY ISTBEJ3Gt&ER TUJE8DAY, OCTOBER 12. 1880. fcfK' -e - ir Hancaster fntellfgencer. TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. 12, 1880. The Odds Offered en Hancock. Tlte Kind of Opinions that Men are Willing te Hack With Their Meney. New Yerk Sun. As far as betting may be regarded as an indication of the direction of public feel ing relative te the presidential contest, the prospects arc favorable te the election of Hancock aud English. A well-known citizen who has opportunities for knowing what is going en among sporting men said yesterday that lets arc freely made of $1,000 te $SO0 that Hancock and English will be elected. There are many bets of $1,000 te 8750 that the Democrats will carry Indiana. KCel. James Moency, of the Twenty fourth ward, has bet $1,000 even, and also $300 te $400 that Gen. Hancock will be electcd. Cel. Mooney has also bet $300 eveu that the Democrats will carry Indiana. He has also bet $70 ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 October 1880

-(.7?" "" 4 ,. J,-. - - Hjje y wifati .?i i h Aj - I lAv Volume XYII-Ne. 37. XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TkARGAINS! KAKOAlNS!! SEIAIKGOFF! SELLING OFF!! Bathven & IMer Offer tliclr entire-stock el Beady-Made Clothing at mid below Ce-it, with a vlw et discontinu ing the KEADY-MADE CLOTHING business, anil devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHIXG made promptly te order, and satisfaction in nil cases guaranteed. A select line or Cleths, Cassimcres, Worsteds, Coatings, riuitlngs. Cheviots. Meltons Overceatings. Vcstlngs, Ac, alwavs en hand and orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line of Furnishing Goods. ft ATHVON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St , Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL. These in want of Ready-Made Clothing wilt consult their own Interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly et their own manufacture and substantially maik. HipS3-lUifl FALL OPENIHB H. GERHARTS Tailnrlntr Mliijiit. v ...

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. — 13 October 1880

EBWiBBi LANCASTER DA1L1 INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1880. Lancaster Intelligencer. . . . - WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 13, 1880. fz . . The Result. The result in the October states leaves the presidential battle in the best pessi We condition for heavy work all along the line. The elections of yesterday jend no very strong influence te the final decision, whatever may be the result iu Indiana; for there, wherever victory perches, it will be by se slender a ma jority as practically te be no indication of thepresidentialstrengthefthcparties. In Indiana our party had te contend gainst the weakness of its gubernatorial candidate because of his Greenback pro clivities, and it did net have in Ir. English a candidate who called out the enthusiasm of the people. It is possible that Landers may be beaten and the Valance of the . Democratic ticket fee elected; which would make a cirawu battle of the contest, and it wil tot be much else anyway. There is no geed reason why a few thousand v...

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. — 13 October 1880

- -- ViJ "''' , -. , y- LANCASTER DAILY 1NTELIIGEN0ER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1880 ikfi ' ' -. .,- ? '"'( l'" trjcrs&zx Net se many years age it was a difficult matter te persuade teachers te lend their aid and give their time te the instruction of the few ragged boys and girls then gath ered into the schools. New we have an armv of a million and a-half of volunteer teachers and a schelarsiiip of fourteen million pupiln. There is therc- fore a necessity for conventions, such as this, that the teachers and ethers interested in the schools may commune together, compare experiences, impart and receive new ideas, and the. better qualify them selves for the great work in which they are engaged. Over 5,000such conventions have been held, and among the delegates may be named many of the brightest in tellects known among men and women; aud it will be found that in all the churches of whatsoever denomination the most earnest arc active as teachers in Bible classes and Sunday-schools. A ve...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 13 October 1880

:"Y" EC- m IhV Br Lancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 13, 1880. Grew. Remarks Frem an Exchange that Fit Uere. In a debate in Congress, in 1863, in re gard te the Cellins's. contract for building four first-class steamers, -which will be found in the Congressional Glebe, vel. 28, page 808, Mr. Grew said : "Thia government has no business te come in with its strong arm te aid one class of citizens in competition with another in the same business, especially in the carrying trade of the nation, where it requires a large investment of capital and long experience in business te which men have devoted their lives and in which is invested their all. It is a kind of protec tion mere edius than that given te the roll ing mill and cotton factory, because mere ex clusive, and etery man knows that is odious enough. The government has no right te extend its hand te interfeiein the business relations of life. Let the citizen regulate his own business under the laws of trade with no c...

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. — 14 October 1880

- " w .-. . i " t ." a i . i.--a - - vj ' j.- -., : - s-m fctfate -"i w ma. " VM-' Volume XVlJ-Ne. 38 LANCASTER, PA THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14,v1880. Price Twe Cf lti. lb MttMntdliamM. SEW ADTERTD3EXESIS. TkABUAINS! BARGAINS:! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Eisher Offer their entlro-steck of Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a victr et alscentlnu-C lng the HEADY-MADE CLOTHING buslncst and devoting their Attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and satisfaction in nil coees guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Cassiineres, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Heltens, Overceatings, Vcstlngs, c.,alwavsenhand and orders re spectfully 'solicited. Alse, a gener.d line or Furnishing Goods. R ATHVON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Ta. SPCCIAL. These in want of Heady-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly et the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 October 1880

' ti;!?vJ5y" -"V-iJ fesv"- -" ,$ r" V" T. "-. t,- Jj6 &&&!?''', 2c- ---"" 'i'-"'" Ji -.--.;; ,-,-. ;i.. tMMwMHI LANCASTER DAILY INTKLLIGENOER. THTJESDAY OCTOBER 14 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. 14, 1880. Re-Fest the Besks. Events transpiring in the "West re quire a slight recasting of the political books as we posted them shortly after the Maine election. The results of Tues day prove nothing except that the Re publicans will adhere mere closely than had been expected te their party allegi ance. It proves this and proves nothing else. Hence it may be assumed that certain Republican states will be reason ably certain for Garfield in November. Ter example : New Hampshire 5 Illinois 21 Massachusetss 13 Michigan H Colerado Minnesota 5 Vermont Rhede Island 4 lewa ......- Kansas 5 Nebraska Total 103 The following states, which voted for Mr. Tilden in 1870 and are Democratic, are very certain te vote for Gen. Han cock and have altogether three mere elect...

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. — 14 October 1880

r,V'- --W '' $52$-'- " kw 5Js3??Tr5T irJii'v-; vy '1 LANCASTEMBAIL INHELUGENtR. THtmSDA OCTOBER 14, 1880 V 'v-jV Zj'-.-'JifriJ?'- after which a collection was lifted. Dr. P. 8. Hcnsen, D. D., of Philadel phia, was introduced and in a brilliant discourse, answered the question ' what must be back of teaching ?" lie said it is net every man or woman who is adapted te teach and these who cannot de it ought net te try it. Nothing is mere common in the world than mistakes made in the se lection of a vocation, of square men trying te get into round holes. There is an eter nal fitness -of things that ought te be ob served. Te be a geed teacher a- man must have a head, a heart, a holy life and the Hely Ghost. He must have that which Edward Everett said wsi the most uncommon thing in the world, "common sense." He must have some thing in his head. It will net de te at tempt te feed cherubs from an empty spoon ; they will seen detect the cheat. The teacher must be ever alert, have his eyes and...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 14 October 1880

5BK3!T-J '" '-"WiW- ")I' ST"K''i ' r- W'-; . -. 1'' -f LANCASTER- DAELX IHTBLlaGENCERyEHUfiSDAT OCTOBER 34. 1880. K it 4 Lancaster $ntelifgenm THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 14, 1880. Farm and Gardener. Advised by tne Uerxnantewii Telegraph. Pruning Dwarf Trees. A lady correspondent asks : "Will some one tell me Lew and when te prune dwarf pear trees 2 if they must be washed at this time of year, and what te put round them te make them grew?" We reply that they can be pruned at any time from new np te the first of 3Iarch. If any of the weed is needed for grafting, it can be stuck two or three inches in the ground where it will be found te be in geed condi tion when the grafting season comes round. Pruning new and until spring reduces the extent of the tree and foliage and gives it form ; but pruning or shertcniug-in in June will produce Iruit spurs for the fol lowing year. Hew te prune cannot always be advised. Where the growth of this year has been rampant, cut back te within two or three ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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