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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 October 1880

is v-'ty- . a --j, . -'--ttlisv-:rta,'l JKsrf--?-'"- I" - - " rjrt l.V t -f ., , y , "i- ?ts.rpr- j- , --".- " - - atictefi Hits? vi,?iiiat..n . .. . . .'j -. ; T KrXWvXk Volew XTD-Ne. 39. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1880 Price Twe Carts. I Ha'O - -3??WrWP,; '.ja"- -c v -- 'f- - v '- mSmntmm ""HWTPJSWSkTPJJSW" - r Ui 1 .- XXW ADVJEMTIBEMENT8'. TJARUAINS! ksABGAlNS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Rsher OITer their entire-stock of Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et discontinu ing tlic HEADY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A sclact line of Cleths, Cassimercs, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings, Vestlngs, &c., always en baud and orders re spectfully 'solicited. Alse, a general line r t urnishing Goods. BJATH VON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPE...

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. — 15 October 1880

..(.-v-t - -- LANCASTER DAILY ELLIGENCEK. FRIDAY OCTOBER 15. 1880. . I fcancastet intelbgencec. FRIDAY EVENING), OCT. 16, 18B0. Tke Lest Oatptst. We have te-day the inspiriting ad dresses of the Democratic committees, with geed advice which the members of the party will fellow.' There can hardly be a Democrat, of a respectable degree of sand in his gizzard, whose depression ever the unexpected result in Indiana will last the week out. It must be tee plain te his common sense that the causes which produced that result will net be effective in November. Indiana was but an outpost which the en emy has captured -by superior appliances and concentration of effort. It was an attack which our forces were net massed sufficiently te meet. The defeat was net a rout. The majority was small, being new but six thousand with a half dozen strong Democratic counties te hear from. The battle in Ohie had a similar inconclusive result, the Demo cratic gains exceeding these of the Re publicans, who hav...

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. — 15 October 1880

v i1 Sr r- LAKCASTEtt vAlLZ 'iKTEtllfciENCER FRIDAY OCTOBER 15, 1880 .... retary Edw. S. Wagener, of Mechanics burg, Pa. Mr. Wagener sympathized with the au dience in the disappointment they must feel at the absence of Mr. Wanamaker, and asked their indulgence for his own short comings. He said that although his name J commenced with a W and ended witu an It he was by no means a Wanamaker ; he would, however, de the best he could. The question was asked "what warrant is there for the Sunday school work ?" and the answer is that in all the ages, w i s ever there have been great revivals of religion they have been brought about by the religious education of children. The training of children in holiness is as old as the Bible itself. The lecturer called attention te the lives of Abraham.Jaceb, Daniel, Moses, David.aud ether patriarchs and prophets, and quoted many passages of the Old and New Testa ment, te prove his position. He then read, a very interesting report of the establish me...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 15 October 1880

tL---WJ-' i-Mr-t?;' ?aa ".'ty- -?$. T" V LANCASTER DAiL k jMlJGENCEB, FBIPA Y JCTQ1BR J5. ; lb80 Lancaster Intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1880. THE BROKEN BARS. The broken ban upon the foet-patli He That leads across the upland, o'er whose brews At evening the home-returning cows la long precession used te wander by. A little maiden, with a fawn-like eye, And quick light feet, toward the old farm house Dreve the slew herd, that still would pause te browse Vpen the sweet grass standing aukle-hlgh. New all Is changed ; the bars are always down ; Ne tinkling bells come sounding o'er the hill; Upen the lonely place the sun and stars See nothing but the tall grass thin and brown ; And naught Is heard save that the whip-peer-will Flutes his sad note above the broken bars. A. K. Haven, in Harper' Magazine for No vember. m Balsutg Hair. Syracuse Sunday Times. It was ene of the by-laws of Heartache's Heavenly Hair Raiser that it be used liber ally before retiring, rubbing it well...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 October 1880

5e-$&-v 'i-v"- - v-,-1 -iT -Mfc ., f-i ', -jt- li: v!lvV'A- . . '- -tfl ,J A m - Volume XYII-Ne. 40. LANCASTER, PA., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1880. Price Twe Cent. i ', v. XEW A-DVEJiTISE3CEXTS. TkABOAIKS! BARGAINS I! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Rathven & IMer Offer their entire-stock el Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view el discontinu ing the HEADY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting tlicir attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING mnrte promptly te order, and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Casshucres, Wei-bteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings, VcstJngs, &c., nlwavs en hand and orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line or Furnishing Goods. R ATHVON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Xe. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL. These in want of Kcady-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly of ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 October 1880

rsw-tHr"-;;--' "VR VM" " -12 -V-?? A, --i-r S-'V; ? t't-i ""- '5?fe 5J-"V ifTii & ij - -x -v, - - TA '3. r4 - "W J vSvn""" ;: y-v -ste- LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCJEU. SATURDAY OCTOBER 16, 1880. I V V b i,, ! Hancastec Ittiteliigencee. SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 16, 1880. TAe District Atterneyship. In their rejoicings ever the Indiana election, and their preparations for a big county meeting, arc the Republicans of Xancaster county willing te go before the people of the country with the responsi bility of electing te the office of district attorney their present alleged candidate for that important office ? Guilty of the "worst possible breaches of his profession al fidelity, false alike te client and court, the public would have no safety in his prosecution of the commonwealth's causes, and the bench could have no con fidence in his representations te it of the condition of cases under his control. Ilis record and character bespeak for an administration by him nothing but a prostit...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 October 1880

j -z . :-. . vtj. - "w. pwmhbbhh I LAKCASTEEiDAILY LNTELLIGENCEKISATUEDAY OCTOBER 16, 1880 COLUMBIA NEWS. OUR KEGCLAK CORRESPONDENCE The Democratic jubilee at May town this evening will be participated in by Captain BertSladc's (helmet) cenTpany "A" of the Hancock and English battalion, who, te the number of fifty or mere, will leave here at about six o'clock. Besides the marching club there will be ether Colum bia Democrats who will go te view the precession and listen te the speaking. J. J. Given, esn.. who represents Balti mere county in the 3Iaryland state Senate, is visiting in Columbia, the guest efW. B. Given, esq. An interesting session of the teachers institute was held this morning in the high school room of the school building at Fifth and Locust streets. Mere anon. Dr. W. S. Leaman, dentist, of Dayton, Ohie, is visiting his parents in this place. W. If. Hcrr, a staunch Hancock man, who for several months past has been traveling through the Western states and who has occa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 16 October 1880

J ? 5?5i5 Vfi' ?.&& jfe'j 'JM-" -- '"'' "" 'Ctg'1' gw''vy J'Vf' "yFj-'Si-Sft - - -?-. "". "T .w,'-. j-T" mOBtOBKBt&mmmmmmmtmi -- LANCASTER DAILI INirJKIJGENGER SATtJRDAYt'dCTOBERil6. 1880. i I; h fl K BsK B Lancaster intelligencer. SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 10, 1880. The Planet Japiter. Ne one who feels any interest in the earth's sister planets should leso the present opportunity te view Jupiter (the planet new se conspicuous in the east in the even ing,) and his system of satellites through a telescope. It will be twelve years before the earth is se near this, the chief of all the planets, again. It is net necessary te visit an observatory iu order te enjoy fine views of Jupiter. Even a geed opera glass will show one or two of his moons aud a mod ern threo inch achromatic will give prob ably a better view of the planet than the astronomers were able te obtain With their largest telescopes a hundred years age.The telescope of street exhibitors are often of excellent qualit...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 October 1880

"v- -' S ' t $ - gf r-i "; - f l .rfl lnate -huy '-v&h-s V I lAVV Volume XTII-Ne. 41. Jf-EIT ADVERTISEMENTS, T) ARGAINS ! IsABGAINSl! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Fisher Offer their entire-stock et ! Ready-Madc Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et aiscontlnu aiscentlnu iiiff 1 10 READY-MADE CLOTHING business. anI devoting thctr attention exclusively te P- CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made prempUy te order, ana !! MJSU11. in ,al ca80S guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Cassltncres, Worsteds, Coatings, timings. Cheviots. Meltons, Overceatings. Jnjfs.Ac., always en hand and orders re ecituiiy solicited. Alse, a general Iin of iirnlsbing Goods. BATH VOX & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 Neith Queen fet., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL These in want of Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by Kiving them a call before pnichasing else where, as their Clothing arc mainly et their own nuinufactuic and biibstantially made. op 23-1 md FALL IHIHI -AT H. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 October 1880

'Vv; - " J3 TV . LANCASTER i)AlLt lflTEtUGENCEK. MONDAY OCTOBER 18. 1880. "a A--iif-'-y--si-VWv: yypsj-, 5 " -y, "r rV3 5 Lancaster intelligencer; MONDAY EVENING. OCT. 18, 1880. A Free Ballet. Nothing se disgraceful in the history of American politics lias occurred as the wide-spread effort new being made by Republican employers te coerce their employees into voting for the candidates of the party whose profligacy, corrup tion and mismanagement plunged the country into financial embarrassment in 1873, wrecking the interests of capital and labor alike and threatening general disaster te our material interests. Early in the present struggle Chairman Cessna instructed his subordinate managers that as workingmen generally voted" through their eyes," the appeal should net be made te their reason but te their preju dices and their sense of the spectacular. Improving upon this idea, Republican employers have gene further and resorted te the worst sort of bulldozing by post ing notices in t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 October 1880

ZzZgFiWSZ7 LAM ASTER IUJLY 1NTE1 J JGENCER HONDA OCTOBER i8, 188& NAVIES' TRACT SOCIETY. Thirty-Second Anniversary of a Csefel In -stitutlen. Yesterday the thirty-second anniversary of the Ladies' Tract society was held in the Moravian church, there being a geed attendance. The music for the occasion was furnished by the choirs of the Jlora Jlera vian and Reformed churches. After an anthem by the joint choirs and a quartet, Keck of Ages," both of which were finely executed, Rev. Prof. Stahr read a passage of 'the scripture and Rev. Dr. Dubbs led in prayer. The Annual Repert. Rev. C.B. Shultz then read the following annual repert: With a deep sense of gratitude te Al mighty Ged, our Heaveuly Father, the members of our society are permitted te greet one another en this the thirty-second anniversary of its establishment. It is with unfeigned thankfulness te the Father of His people, ai.d with renewed assurance of our strength in union, that we meet thus te leek back upeu the depart...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 18 October 1880

i ii m nm ': ,; ".v " '- W-jAt-Xy'" '"--rsrr-.'.rJ- V-1-,""- "-' F '? " t"'' " -l, -- -t. V V Lancaster daily lmelugencer Monday qdxeber is. isse Lancaster Intelligencer. MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 18, 1880. . ... i '.j.i1 u. ; l'OLZTICAZ. FOB PBESmENT : WINFEELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT : WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. GEN. HON. Tke great principles or Americas lib erty are still tke Icnfal inheritance of Uris people, and ever sfceald be. The right or trial by jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom or speech, the HaUral rights or persons and the rights or property must be preserved. .YLNFIELD S. HANCOCK, Maj. (jen.Gemd'gDept. La. and Texas. State Electoral Ticket. KLECTOR8. UOBEHT E.MONAG1IAX. WILLIAM II. PLAYFORD. JOHN SLEVIN, EDWIN A. PUE. JOHN M. CAMPBELL, GILLIES DALLETT, JOHN MOFFET, EDWAKD WALDEN, NATHAN C. JAMES, GEORGE FILBEUT, JAMES G. McSPARRAX, ALFUED J. MAUTIN, ADAM GERINGER, FRANKLIN TURNER. PATRICK J. BIRMINGHAM. HENRY E. DAVI...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 October 1880

V""" -"v - W-'-y 'r" Vr-4-4' ---' miKM - 1 Velnme XYII-Ne. 42. LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1880 Price Tw Carts. " . i"1' A- " - " Ik 1 JVJEW .AD VEUTISE3LENTS. TABAINS! UABCAISS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Eathven & Msher Offer tlicir entire-stock et Ready-Made Gletliiiig at nnti below Cost, with a view et uKcontiiiu uKcentiiiu infj the READY-MADE CLOTHING business, nnl devoting their attention exclusively te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and atbifacllen in all cases Kiiarantecd. A select line of Cleths, Cassiineres, Worsteds, Coatings, .Suitings. Cheviots. Mellen.-, Overceatings. Vesting. &c. alwavs en hand unil orders re spectfully solicited. Alse, a general line el riirniHliiiig Goods. RATH VON & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen SI., Lancaster, Pa. SPECIAL. These in want or Keady-Made Cletliing will eensult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, us iheir Clothing are mainly el their own ...

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. — 19 October 1880

riCvy v LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCE K, TUESDAY OCTOBER 19. 1880. Lancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING. OCT. 10, 1880. 'el te lie Feared. General Mahone, of Virginia, is in "Philadelphia and is reported te say that lie is a Democrat, that lie is for General Hancock, but lie believes in fair play. General Mahone is supposed te be an important character just new, because he controls- one wing of the Democratic jarly in Virginia, which has a separate electoral ticket of its own that may be 'lected by an alliance with the Repub licans; and prominent Democrats and Republicans are said te be in consulta tion, consequently, with General Mahone, jn Philadelphia. A very remarkable case it is, surely, when a man who proclaims himself a Democrat and for General Hancock leaves it in doubt whether or no the electors he controls will vote for Han cock. If that is General Mahone's idea of " fair play " it is net ours. There is a very simple way te treat General Mahone. If he is for Hancock he ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 October 1880

" - - v" -rf s-t- ?V '--V'.--'CJ-Jr J- - j- t ---. - - LANCASTEEJDAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY- OCTOBER 19, 1880 his native state and his country. Fer his services a grateful Republican Congress gave Hancock a vet;c of thanks, and a Re publican Senate and executive have show ered upon Lengstrcct a succession of lucra tive offices ! Pennsylvania has net been swift te honor her great sous ; she has rather kept tnem back and assisted in elevating te high hon ors the small fry politicians of ether states. New she has a peerless candidate of her own, and have we net a right te appeal te her people te honor the man who saved their homes from the wrath of the invader. As a civil ruler Hancock has demon strated his great capacity. His official papers are model? of state-craft. He thoroughly understands the genius of our democratic institutions, and was the first of our great generals when appointed military governor, te lay down the maxim that in time of peace tbc military is in .subordinatio...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 19 October 1880

Ejggy!"2g,v'3 - -'-c LAmksrMJ)AtLY 'mTmumwEkiT m iss Lancaster fnteUfgtncec. TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 10, 1880. 1'ez.rricAZ. FOB PRESIDENT : WMTELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT: WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. GEN. HON. The srcal principles of American lib crfy arc still the lavrlul inheritance or this people, and ever should be. The right of trial by jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the natural rights of persons and the rights of property must be preserved. W1KF1ELD S. IIAXCOCK, Maj. Gcn.Cemd'ff I)ept. La. and Texas. State Electoral Ticket. KLKCTOH3. ROKKKT E. MOXAUHA.V. WILLIAM II. playfeud. .lOHN SLKV1X, EDWIN A. l'UK. .IOIIN M.CAMPRKLL, C2ILLIKS DALLKTT, JOHN MOFKET, KUWAUI) WAI.KKX, NATHAN i;. JAMES, CKOUCK FIL1JKUT, JAMES ;. McSPAURAN, ALFKKD.I. MAUTJN, ADAM CKRIN'UKU, FRANKLIN TIJRNKR. PATRICK J. IilUMINlSIIAM, HENUY E. DAVIS. (iKORUK A. POST. AISRAM M. JSKNTON, JOHN I'. LINTON, JOHN S. MII.LKK, JOHN'O. S ANTON. CALVIN ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 October 1880

Wvfp TJ?i r Vfc -J 'a "jltv- ",f5?j?,jS LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1880 Price Tw Cmt. Volume XVII-Ke. 43. - ""?2W -' ' . m m-i . .. ....ft,, i. , , i - - . , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "OABUAINS! UARGAINS!! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! Rathven & Msner Offer their ontire-stook of ) Ready-Made Clothing at and below Cost, with a view et alscontinu alscentinu f ng the KE ADY-MADE CLOTHING business, and devoting their attention excluglvely te CUSTOM WORK. CLOTHING made promptly te order, and satisfaction in all cases guaranteed. A select line of Cleths, Cussimcres, Worsteds, Coatings, Suitings. Cheviots. Melten. Overceatings. Vcstlngs, Ac., always en hand and orders re 6pccttuily solicited. Alse, a general line of Furnishing Goods. R ATHVOX & FISHER Merchant Tailors and Drapers, Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. SPEuIAL. These In want of Ready-Made Clothing will consult their own interest by giving them a call before purchasing else where, as their Clothing are mainly of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 20 October 1880

--. x - j " v; x." uw --W, --, ttV-i ' 3-"" ,tjTr- ?55y!5!f?t! i y LANCASTER DAlLi-lKlMxiGENCJEK. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20. 188e! Ts v 455" Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. SO, 1880. Ax y person who shall, with tbe intent te influence or intimidate such-elector te give his vote for any -particular candidate or candidates at such election, give, offer or premise te give such elector any office, place, appoint ment or employment, or threaten such elector with dismissal or discharge from any office, place, appointment or employ ment, public or private, then held by him, in case of his refusal txrvete for any particular candidate or candidates at such election, the person se offending shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, en conviction, be sentenced te pay a One net exceeding five hundred dollars and undergo an imprisonment net exceeding two years. TJic law of Pennsylvania. City Xewspapers' Silly Talk. Tbe metropolitan papers are pleased te disapprove the latest letter of G...

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

tftrJ -? , jj v vi - .-. , -v vv-ifr vwr. ---nvi 'l v - -' - LAKCASTEB DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20, 1880 i i. COUttT Or QUARTER 4ES3ION8. October Atjearaa Term. Tuesday JfUrnoen. Cem'th vs. Bryson Painter and Jehn Drachbar, assault and battery. Ernest Hemic! Is the name of the prosecutor ; he is a baker and resides en Middle street, this city. The evidence of the commonwealth showed that upon the 8th of June last the defendants came into Henriei' s yard; they began taking bread from bis wagon, and Henriei order ed them te go out, but they refused ; he then struck one of them with a broom. After again ordering them te go he started for an alderman's office; the two then as saulted him, beating him with stones and kicking him se badly that he was nnder medical care for fourteen days. The defense was that Henriei first started the fight by hitting Painter with a broom stick. Soen after that Painter knocked him down, but no stones were thrown. This was the last case ready ...

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

r y -5 - --.V -3v-V-p 'j v : -,:" B- ; :1f LACASTEk DAlIA teifiUGE&CER J.wmsrai)AjdCfln&BR 20. 1880 1" i- 11 i 14 Lancaster intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 20, 1860. POLITICAL. FOB PRESIDENT : WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PRESIDENT : WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA. GEN. HON. The great principles of American lib erty are still tbe Icwfal inheritance of this people, and ever should be. The right r trial by jury, the habeas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the natural rights of persons and the rights f property mast be preserved. WINFIELD S. HAKCOCJf, MaJ. Gcn.Cemd'gDept. La. and Texas. State Electoral Ticket. ELECTORS. ROBERT E. MONAGHAN, WILLIAM H. PLAYFOBD. JOHN SLEVIN. EDWIN A. PUE. JOHN M. CAMPBELL, GILLIES DALLEXT, JOHN MOFFET, EDWARD WALDEN, NATHAN C. JAMES, GEORGE FILBERT. JAMES G. McSPARRAX. ALFRED J. MARTIN, ADAM GEKIXGEB, FRANKLIN TURNER. PATRICK J. BIRMINGHAM. HENRY E. DAVIS. GEORGE A. POST, ABRAM M. BENTON, JOHN P. L...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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