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LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. THURSDAY AUGUST 12. 1880.
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THUESDAY EVENING, AUG. 12, 1880.
Every new and then wc sec an attack
upon tbc growing of pears grafted en
quince stock in order te dwarf the tree
and cause it te fruit early and give large
specimens. It is true there was a time
when the cultivation of dwarf pears were
mere popular than new, though we think
that the aggregate of trees are very much
greater new than formerly, as there are
few gardens, especially attached te coun
try seats, where numerous dwarf trees are
net te he found.
As we have said repeatedly that from
the establishing of a garden upon our pres
ent premises, which was in 1847, we have
grown the dwarf pear quite extensively
ler the space we had at our command. A
number of these new in full bearing and
in geed health, were planted in that year,
and must have been at that time some
three or four years old. Seme of these
originally planted have of course disap
peared, but in nearly every instance death
was caused by blight. But many mere
young ones have succumbed te the same
cause ; and we cau truly say se have many
.standard pears, and te a greater extent,
comparing numbers, than of the dwarfs.
Seme of our trees are certainly thrity
iivc 3-cais old, aud leek as though, in
.some few instances, they might last anoth
er thirty-five years. They arc constant
bcaicrs some years naturally grcatcrlhan
in ethers. This year the crop of dwarfs
and .standards, especially the latter, is
very moderate the old century standards
.scarcely bearing any at all, which is a very
unusual occurrence. But many of the
dwarfs have geed crops of very perfect
fruit. The dwarf Tyson which by-the-byc
is the best pear upon our premises ex
cept the Scckcl were leaded with fruit.
Even a .standard Tyson, though a dozen
years in fruiting, was very full at the top.
Many people who have their doubts of the
length of life aud productiveness of the
dwarf ticc, have visited our premises te
become convinced of what can be done
with them, and went away with their opin
ions wholly changed. It is true the dwarf
tree requires mere attention than the
standards, which are left te take care of
themselves after arriving at a certain age,
but no mere than any ether crop in the
garden. They require careful pruning,
the trunks scraped aud washed with whale
oil .soap and water, and the ground, owing
te their sheit roots, made rich by manur
ing as much as for any crop.
The last attack upon the dwarfs is from
Mr. 1. T. (Juiiin, whom we freely admit is
an experienced grower of iicars. He re
gards the planting or dwarfs for either
orchard or gardens, en the ground that the
fruit was superior te standard, net merely
a mistake but a swindle. We cannot ex
actly understand where the "swindle"
comes in, but freely admit that there may
justly be a difleicnce of opinion as te the
profit in cultivation of the two modes.
Wc never held nor can we put our finger
en a single instance wherein it was claimed
that as a matter of profit the dwarf was
te be preferred. Wc have always held that
for private gardens, or where space was a
matter of prime consideration, the dwarf
pear was indispensable, as well also that
the fruit was generally larger and mere
perfect. We held te this still, and de new,
as wc did twenty-five or thirty years age,
universally recommend it for private culti
vation. Wc may agree with Mr. Qninn as te the
standard pear being mere profitable where
it is grown for market te a very large ex
tent, but we should nevertheless always
have an acre or two of them for this pur
pose, did wc grew fruit for marketing pur pur
leses, being fully satisfied that we could
obtain from the land about as many dol
lars and cents as from a majority of mar
keting fruits, and mere than from standard
trees, less of cenrsc the increased expense
Spring or Full.
We have two or three inquiries new be
fore ns, as te whether spring or fall is the
best time te set out trees. Wc can't tell
hew often wc have treated en this subject,
but it is natural that the question should
continue te be asked, as young men grew
up, marry, and cither go te farming or in
ether ways possess land and desire infor
mation as te what fruit trees te plant
and when te plant them. In a very few
words we would say that there is net
much choice in the seasons. If the soil
is naturally moist, spring is probably te
be preferred for sctling-eut ; if dry, fall.
If the trees arc large early fall should
be chosen, and as seen as the trees are
done growing and the leaves begin te
drop. In both cases the trees should be
taken out of the ground carefully and
with as many el the small roots as possi
ble, before the roots become dry. Te pre
vent this becoming se they should be well
covered, kept out of the sun in transport
ing. aud'heclcd-iii" or buriedand liberally
watered as seen as they arrive until ready
for planting. The planting cannot be done
tee carefully. The hole should be large
enough te receive all the roots carefully
spread out, and the ground put about
them should be fine and rich. If the
roots are tee big they should be somewhat
pruned, and the branches of the tree also.
Sometimes the branches, where the roots
are few and have been injured in taking
up, should be severely shortened te save
the life of the tree.
It Shouldn't (Jet Wet Again.
Many years age there lived in Salem,
Conn., an eccentric man named Amasa
Kilbern, about whom numberless stories
are told te this day. On one occasion in
summer he had a live acre let of choice
grass, cut aud spread out te dry. In the
afternoon a shower came up and drenched
it. The next day the hay was spread out
again te dry. Anether shower came up
and drenched it. On the third day the
same pregramme was repeated. On the
fourth day, after the hay had been proper
ly dried and raked into windrows, a cloud
pillar moved ever the western horizon, and
a distant growl of thunder echoed from
the hills. Kilbern was mad. He looked
at the hay aud looked at the cloud, "Run
up te the house, boy," he said in a voice
trembling with resentment, "and bring
down a lire-brand ; quick, new !" The
boy asked no questions. He came back
with a blazing torch, and Kilbern touched
off each windrow. "There, said he, "I'll
see if this hay will get wet again !"
A Werd te Our Headers.
When you rend of a remedy that will cure all
diseases, liewarc of It ; but when veu read of a
pure vegetable compound which claims te
enrcenly certain parts of the body, and fur
nisher high proel that it docs this, you can
safely try and with the assurance that It will
help you. This is just what Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure does. It cures all
troubles el the lower portion et the body and
none ethers. It will net help the toothache,
earache nor consumption, but it will put your
body in a vigorous and healthy state where
you can enjoy life and appreciate its geed
tilings. Try it.
Ne Geed Preaching.
Ne man em tle a geed job of work, preach a
geed sermon, try a lawsuit well, doctor a pa
tient, or write n geed article when he feels
miserable and dull, with sluggish brain and
unsteady nerves, aud none should make the
attempt In such a condition when It can be se
easily ami cheaply removed by a little Hep
Hitters. Sec ether column. uu2-2wd&w
TTrTHOLESALK ADD RETAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham,
OF LYNN, MASS.,
Has Maile tlie Discovery !
Her Vegetable Compound Hie Savier
of Her Sex.
Health, Hepe and Happiness
stored by the use of
LYDIA E. PINKHAMS
The Positive Cure Fer
All Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name sign iflcs, con
sists et Vegetable Properties that are harmless
te the most delicate invalid. Upen one trial
the mcrltsef this compound will be recognized,
as relict Is immediate ; and when its use is con
tinued, in nincty-nine cases in a hundred, a
permanent cure fs effected, as thousands will
testify. On account of Its proven merits, it is
te-day recommended anu prescribed by ihu
best physicians in the country.
It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leucerrhffia, Irregular and pain
lul Menstruation, ull Ovarian Troubles, In
flammation and Ulceration, Flooding, all .Dis
placement and the consequent spinal weak
ness, and Is especially adapted te the Change
In lact it has proved te be the greatest and
best remedy that has ever been discovered. It
permeates evcry portion of the system, and
nivcs new life and vigor. It removes l'aintness,
flatulency, destroys all craving ler stimulants,
and relieves weakness of the stomach.
It cures Bleating, Headaches, Nervous Pros
tration, General Debility. Sleeplessness, I)e
presslen anil Indigestion. That icclingef bear
ing down, causing pain, weight and backache,
is always permanently cured by its use. It
wilWatall times, and under all circumstances,
act in harmony with the law that governs the
Fer Kidney com plaints of either srv this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent
by mail In the form et pills, also In the form of
lozenges, en receipt et price, $1 per box, for
either. Mrs. PINKHAM lrcely answers all let
ters of inquiry. Send ler pamphlet. Address
as above. Mention this jtapcr.
Ne family should be without LYDIA E.
PINKHAM'S LIVER PILLS. They cure Con
stipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of the
Liver. 25 cents per box.
Johnsten, Holleway & Ce.,
General Agents, Philadelphia.
XI Te Nervous Sufierers-
The Great Eure-
iean Remedy Dr. J. B. Simpsen's Spccillc
iledicine. It Is a positive cure for Sperma Sperma
eorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Impeteucy,and all
diseases resulting from Self-Abuse, as Mental
Anxiety, Less f Memery, Pains in Hack or
Side, and diseases that lead te Consumption,
Insanity and an early grave. The Specitle
Medicine is being used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent tree te all. Write for them and
get lull particulars. Price, Specific, $1 per
package, or six packages for $5. J. 15. SIMP
SON MEDICINE COMPANY, Nes. 104 and IOC
Main Street, lSull'ale, N. Y. Address all orders
II. B. COCIIIIAN, Druggist, SeleTAgent,
137 and 139 North Queen Street, Lancaster.
Is a precaution which should never be neg lcet
cil when danger is present, and therefore a
course el the I titters at this season is particu
larly desirable, especially for the Iccble and
sickly. As a remedy ler biliousness, dyspep
sia, nervousness, and bowel complaints, there
is nothing comparable te this wholesome res
torative. Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
HOSTETTER'S BITTER'S FOR SALE AT
Lechcr'H Drug Stere, ! East King street.
NERVINE, OR TONIC SPEUIFICA.
A llOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for all
diseases arising Irem Nervous Debility, Sexual
Disorders, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration et old age. Its
curative properties in violent ami chronic
forms et the tollewing diseases have been
tested te by the most Eminent Phvsicians
Dyspepsia, Sell Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
I.. ,,. a, a . - ...
usuen. nnermaiorrneea. uei
Debility, Impotency, Premature Dec-ay, &c.
It lias l)eeii in use for ever lerlvvcars mil
Is te-day the most popular remedy" for the dis
eases above mentioned in the WOULD. It can
be used without regard te diet, is pleasant In
taste, and better than all, It is a sure, sale and
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1838 this remedy
has always been sold for a much larger price
than that for which it is new sold ; but owing
te the act that the time ler the payment el
an enormous royalty upon Us manufacture has
expired, it is etlcrcd te the .sintering et both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the reach of all; at which pi ice it will
be sent te any address free et luillirr charge.
DR. WILLIAM YOUNG,
4G Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en nil diseases by mail.
HOP BITTERS FOR SALE AT LOCII
cr's Drug Stere, 9 East King street.
CHINA AUD GLASSWARE.
ULASS AND QUEENSWAKE.
While and Decorated Stene China. Tea. Din
ner and Chamber Sets, White, Geld Hand uud
Fancy French China Tea aud Dinner Sets,
Glass Sets, Tumblers, Goblets, Fruit RewK,
Fruit Jars ! Jelly Cups ! !
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, AT
HIGH & MARTIN'S,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
X By virtue of the authority vested in me
by the Ordinance et the city of Lancaster, I
hereby order and command all owners of Dogs
within the city of Lancaster te shut them up,
or, if allowed te run, te securely muzzle the
same, from and after THUKSDAY, AUGUST
.1. 1880, at6 p.m.. In some proper place, until
tlic first day of September next.
The owners allowing Dogs te run at large,
unless muzzled, will be liable te the fine under
Section 2 of the Ordinance et 1841.
The fine imposed by the Ordinance et 1827,
Section 2, will be inflicted upon any person ob
structing the legally employed persons from
carrying out the Ordinances respecting the
capturing of Dogs during the contiuuencc of
JOHN T. MacGONIGLE,
TJLACK SILKS! BLACK SILKS!
We call particular attention te our Large
bought at Importer's Sales in New Tork and
Philadelphia, which we are offering at prices
that defy competition. Alse,
In all Grades and Qualities. Our 50c. quality
Is the best ever sold ler the money.
The attention of Hetel Keepers and ethers is
called te a large let of
which wc are closing at Lew Prices.
CHEAP DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Next Doer te the Court Heom.
JOB LOTS "
VEBT LOW PRICES.
In order te make room for our Large Fall
Sleck we are ellerlng special inducements in
J. B. lar tin & Ce.
HlltXJir AND LIVER CDRE.
$1.25 PER BOTTLE.
A Positive Remedy for ALL Kid
ney, Liver and Urinary Troubles of
both Male and Female.
"It vjiveil my life.":. ;. Label, ficlina,
"It is the remedy that will cure 1 he many
disea-es peculiar te women." Mether's Maga
zine. "It has passed severe tcstsand wen endorse
ments irem home of the highest medical talent
in theeenntry." New Yerk World,
" Ne remedy heretofore discovered can be
held ler one moment in comparison wltli it."
l.-. .1. jutrvini, it. ii., asntngien,l. v.
T iiis (rent Natural Kcmedy is for Sale
by Druggists ia all Parts or the World.
TRY IT AND TAKE NO OTHER.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
GIF? Dll A IIXVOS.
AVTIIOKIZKU BY TIIK COMMON
wealth of Ky.. and the fairest In the world
23d Popular Monthly Drawing
COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO.
At Macauley's Theatre, in the City of Louis
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1880.
TIIKSK DRAWINGS, AUTHORIZED 1JY
TIIK LEGISLATURE AND SUSTAINED BY
ALL TIIK COURTS OF KENTUCKY, accord
ing te u contract made with the owners of the
Frankfort grunt, will occur rvgularly en the
LAST DAY OF KV KKY MONTH, Sundays and
Fridays excepted, for the period of FIVE
Y K AUS, terminating en J UNE 30. 1835.
The United States Circuit Court en March 31,
rendered the tollewing decisiens:
1st That the Commonwealth Distribution
Company Is legal.
3d It: draw lugs are fair..
The management call attention te the liberal
scheme which hits met with such popular favor
ncicioie.-e, ami w men win again uc presented
1" " .$ 0,000
1. 1II1(. . ...,,...... 1U.UUU
i ii izc, ... . t,000
Hi prizes il.OUOrach 10,000
at prizes 500uach 10,000
loe prizes, $100 each 10,000
2011 prizes rxi each 10,000
KM prizes, 20 each 12,000
loon prizes lOeach ie,000
9 prizes each, approximation prizes 2,700
9 prizes 200 each, " " 1,800
'J prizes 10(1 each, " " 900
1,960 prizes $112,100
Whole tickets, $2; hall tickets. $1; 27 tickets
!30; 53 tickets, $10(1.
Remit by PostetliceMoney Order, Registered
Letter, Bank Draiter Express.
Te insure against mistakes and delays, cor
respondents will please write t.. r names and
places of residence plainly, giving number or
rostelliei: box or Street, and Town, County and
All communications connected with the DIs
tributien and Orders for Tickets should be ad
dressed te It. At. 1SOAKDM AN, Courier-Journal
Building, Louisville, Ky., or 307 and 309
i.reautiav. acw uirK. nulTuTlntS&w
INSTATE OF PHILIP SCIIUM, LATE OF
J the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
ofadiiiistiiitieii en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, ull persons in
debted thereto arc requested te make liumii
diale settlement, anil these having claims or
demands against the same will present them
without delay ler settlement te the under
signed, residing In said city.
JOHN K. SCIIUM,
M. Ilnesius, Administrators.
J. 1!. Goen, Att'ys. jy21-Ctdeaw
INSTATE OF .JACOB STOTT, LATE OF
J Lancaster city, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te pass en excep
tions Hied te the account and te distribute the
balance remaining te the hands of William W.
oien, auminisintier et said estate, te and
citv of Tjmreister
where all persons interested In said distribu
tion may attend. 11. C. BKUUAKEK,
PROPOSALS FOIl COAL.
Proposals will be received by the Direc
tors of the Peer of Iincaster county for the
furnishing of about 1.000 tens et Ceal, mere or
less, as lollews :
Black Diamond (or coal of like quality) Egg
Enterprise Egg and Broken.
Lykcus Valley Steve, about 25 tens,
Ceal will be hauled by the Almshouse teams.
Bids te be sealed and endorsed " Proposals
for Ceal." and directed te D. B. Landis. Presi
Bidders arc invited te be present when the
bids are opened, which will be en Saturday
morning at 10J o'clock, August 21, 1880, at the
D. B. LAND13, President.
B. F. Cox, Clerk. au9-2td
AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF BEAL
Estate and Personal Property. Orders
left at Ne. 35 Charlette street, or at the Black
Herse Hetel, 44 and 46 North Queen street, will
receive prompt attention. Bills made eutand
ttended te wl thout.addltlenal cost. e2My
Warner s Safe
awning iimi-c legany emiiieu te tne s
sit ter that purpose en TUESDAY,
31, 1S80, at lu o'clock a m., in the Libn
of the Court Heuse, in the
HEW GOODS FOR THE SPITO TRADE, AT
LADLES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Rucbings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins,
Black and Colored, Bilka, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c., call at GUNDAKER'S.
Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN
DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c, call and examine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
J. O. HAUGHTOTS
LIVEKT, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE,
Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel.
Where gentlemen will And at all times Geed Safe Horses and First-class "Wagons
stantly en hand for sale, new and second-hand.
New Wagons, Buggies and Carriages Made te Order,
And all kind of Repairing dene at short notice, in the best style and at the Very Lewest Prices by
Shep in the rear of the Stable. Alse Horses and Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged.
STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO JOB LOTS IN
PERCALES JLNT LAWNS,
Which wc are offering at prices that must close them out. Please call and examine them. New Fall Styles in Dress
Ginghams, Pcrcales and Prints just opened. White, Red and Grey Weel Flannels at Bettem Pricc.i.
Bleached and Unbleached Cotten Flannels,
At Bettem Prices. Sheeting and
daily. IST Please give us a call.
GIVLER, BOWERS & HURST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
HOVtiE EUliNISUINU GOODS.
mm & BREKEMAI.
100 Gress Emit Jars,
neught before the advance and ler sale at
$1.20 PER DOZEN.
Great llargalns In
TINWARE AND HOUSE
Flinu & Breneman's
152 North Queen Street,
Brandy as a Medicine.
The tollewing article was voluntarily sent te
Mr. II. E. Slaymakcr, Agent for Keigart's Old
Wine Stere, by a prominent practising physi
cian et this county, who has extensively used
the Brandy referred te In Ida regular practice.
It Is commended te the attention of these af
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
BRANDY AS A MEDICINE.
This new much abused Alcoholic Stimulant
was never intended as a beverage, but te be
used as a medicine of great potency In the cure
of some, of the destructive diseases which
sweep away their annual thousands of victims.
With a purely philanthropic motive we pre
sent te the favorable notice et invalids espe
cially these aOUctcd with that miserable dis
ease Dyspepsia, a specific remedy, which Is
nothing mere or less than
The aged, with leeble appetite ami mere or
less debility, will find this simple medicine,
when used properly,
A Sovereign Remedy
or all their Ills and aches. Be it, however
strictly understood that we prescribe and use
but one article, and that is
REIGARFS OLD BRANDY,
Sold by our enterprising young trlcnd, H K
SLAYMAKEK. This Brandy has steed the
test for years, and lias never failed, as fur
as our experience extends, and we therefore
give It the preference ever all ether Brandies,
no matter with hew manyjaw-brcaking French
titles they are branded. One-fourth of the
money that Is yearly thrown away en various
impotent dyspepsia specifics weufil suffice te
buy all the Brandy te cure any such case or
eases. In proof of the curative powers et
Reigart's Old Brandy,
In cases et Dyspepsia, we can summon mini
bcrs of witnesses one case in particular we
A hard-working fanner hed been aullctcd
wiiii un exuuusuvu jjyspepsia ier a numeer ei
years; ins stemucu weuiu reject almost ever'
kind of feed; he hed sour eructatiens con
stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te
restrict his met te crackers and stale bread,
and as a beverage he used McG rami's ltoet
Beer. He is a Methodist, and then, as new,
S reached at times, and in his discourses often
eclaimed earnestly agalnstall kinds or strong
drink. When advised te try
Belgart's Old Brandy,
In his case, be looked up with astonishment,
but after hearing or its wonderful effects in
the cases of some of his near acquaintances, he
at last consented te fellow our advice. He
used the Brandy faithfully and steadily; the
first bottle giving mm an appetite, anil before
the second was taken he was a sound inan.wlth
a stomach capable of digesting anything which
he chose te cat. He still keeps It and uses a 1 it
tic occasionally; and since he has tlds medi
cine he has been of very little pecuniary bene
fit te the doctor. A Pbactisime Physician.
H. . SLAYMAKEK.
Reigart's Old Wine Stere,
Established In 178S,
IMrOBTXB AXD DBALXR IN
FINE OLD BRANDIES, SHEKHIKS, SUPE
RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported In 1818,
1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O
EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE
PORTER, BROWN STOUT.
Ne. SO EAST KING ST.. LANCASTER. PA
j Netice is hereby given that application
will be mode te the Court or Common Pleas or
Lancaster county, en MONDAY, AUGUST 23,
1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., for a charter te Incor
porate "Saint Jeseph's Hospital." Tbc object
et this Institution into provide for the com
fort and minister te the wants et the sick, the
aged and infirm.
SAMUEL H. REYNOLDS,
i Jy31-3td Solicitor.
;it Lewest Prices. Caspcts
The r.uneun mammoth tlnce-deck Steamer
Leaves Knee Street Wharl at 7K:s. 111., arriving
at Cape May about iy, p. 111. lCeturnlng. leaves
Cape May at Si o'clock p. 111., giviiigample time .
for batldntr or a drive en the bench. A full '
I truss Hand and Orchestra Mimic for dancing. ,
rarier r:niertaiuineiiis varieii tveeKly. Lunch
eons aud ltcfreshmeutH in abundance. Din
ners and suppers provided. Ovpturs and Kish
served for supper a lew moments alter taken
from the water.
Fare for the Hound Trip 1.00.
SUNDAYS Will leave Kacc Street Wharl
, a. m.
I'.S. Aliiead Gauge. Steam U. K. will con
vcy passengers te Cape Island in S minute-:.
Tickets for sale al
CHAS. R. HATCH'S,
Whkukas, The Honorable JOIIX 15. LIV
INGSTON, President, and Honorable DAVID
Court of Common rieas,in and for the county of
iiucu'.Ler, uuii jssisiaui.Jiislicesei iiieueuris
of Oyer and Terminer and Cenend .lail De
liver' and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in
and ler the county of Lancaster, have issued
their precept, te me directed, requiring me,
among ether things, te make public proclama
tion throughout mv bailiwick, that a Court et
Oyer and Terminer and a General Jail Deliv
ery, nNe a Court of General Quarter Sessions
of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence
In the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster in
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, en the
THIUD MONDAY IN AUGUST (10), 1SS0.
In pursuance of which precept public notice
is hereby given te the Mayer and Aldermen et
the city of Lancaster, in the said county, and
all the J list ices of the Peace, the Corener and
Constables, of the said city and county ot'Lan et'Lan
caster, that they Ik: then and there in their own
proper persons, with their rolls, records and
examinatiens,aiul iiuiuisitiens.uml theirether
remembrances, te de the-e things which te
their elliccsappertain in thcirbchalftobcdenc;
and also all these who will prosecute against
the prisoners who arc, or then shall be, in the
jail of said county of Lancaster, are te be then
and there te prosecute against them as shall be
Dated at Lancaster the 21 day or July,
JACOI5 S. STIIINE, Shciill.
The following changes in the southeastern
and southwestern sections of Lancaster city
are made, as diiccted bv court, and may be
BCen In the office of the Clerk of
1. Hasrer street, east of Oiicen street, moved
southward, its width increased temicct, ex
tends eastward, cutting oil" a small corner et"
Woodward Hill cemetery; thence bending
northward along fence; thence te Seuth. street.
2. Sey-" et east of Queen, Yerk street,
north c.- .-;.- et Hagcr street and adjacent
alley, n 1 . i.
3. Wltun t .-euth Christian street, from
Church street te Middle street, is cliun-red te
4. Seuth Duke street, at southeast corner or
King, narretted 18 Inches te conform te pres
5. Plum street extended southward te Jehn
street or width er.r!i feet, and Jehn sired, from
King street te Plum street, narrowed te 20fect,
0. Woodward street widened te 40 rect, as
new laid out.
7. Beaver street, at southwest corner or Con Cen Con
cstega street, narrowed one feet, making it as
8. High street continued te Millliu alley, and
thence te Mulberry street; Militia alley wid
ened en north side te the width or High street.
9. Water street continued southward rrem
German street te the line et old Water street,
iiciicciiii m me west.
10. Hager street, west ward from Queen street,
te the bend near Leve Lane, narrowed te XI
11. Alley west or Prince street, from Andrew
street te Furnace street, narrowed te 14 feet,
and runs parallel te and 150 feet west or Prince
12. Pearl street, from Columbia avenue te
Maner .st rect, widened 80 lcet, anil east line
thereof moved eastward along Columbia ave
nue, 102 feet i incites. The street, as changed,
starts at Columbia avenue, directly opposite
College avcnue,aml continues parallel te Pearl
street, as laid out en original nlan.
13. The alley between Columbia avenue and
First street moved southward 40 feet, between.
Pearl street and West End avenue.
These changes, as made, will be adopted, un
less exceptions arc filed en or before the thlriL
Monday in August next.
By order of the Court.
Attest : GEO. W. EABY,
Deputy Clerk Quarter Session!;,
Alse all styles of Wagons con-
and Oil Cleths in New Styles opening
TVTOT1CK TO FA1UIKKS AMU STUCK
1 UAISEKS. Herse ami Cattle l'ewdcr, the
host In the market. Sold by weight; '.Be. a
pound; 5 pounds for 1. Fer Herace, Cattle,
r trine, 1'eiiltry, &c. Give it a trial and you
will um no ether therealtcr. Sold only by
ANDREW G. FRE5T ,
Dealer In Drnjis, Medicines, Spices, Sul;hur
Caustic Seda, Seda Ash, &c.
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Streets,
nlO-yd Lancaster, l'n.
Fer Vest Old Rye Whiskies,
Ilest Syrnp, made out of Sugar, Ilest Cedec and
Sugar in town, llest Alcohol, IScst JSItters. All
Ne. 205 WEST KING STREET.
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LANCASTER AStD 91 ILLEKSVILLK R. K
Cars run as fellows :
Leave LancaUcr (P.K. Depot), at 7, 9. aud
11:30 a. inland 2, 4, 6 and &30 p. m., except en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at e-M p. m.
Leave Millersvllle (lower end) at 5, 8, and
a. If., and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. ni.
Cars run daily en abeTe time except en Sun
CIOLTCKBIA AUD FUST DEPOSIT K. K
J Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and Pert Deposit Kallrend en the following
Stations Xeirru- Express. Express. r Aceen..
ward. a.m. r. x. r.n.
Pert Deposit- &35 SJ0 2:00
Peachbottem. t-x 4:24 3:18
Fife's Eddy. 7.-J5 4SS 3:3U
McCaU's Ferry.... 7:37 4:45 4:00
Shcnk's Ferry. 7:54 51 4:34
Safe Harber. 7:59 8:08 8:
Columbia... 8:30 35 6.20
RKADIN'UAND COLUMBIA KAILKOAD
On and after MONDAY, MAY. 10th, 1,
fiasscngcr trains will run en this read as tol tel tol
ews: TRAINS tiOINO SOCTU.
A.M. A.V. r.x.
7:30 11:55 I!:I0
81 lirJI :!.'
8:18 12:10 7:l
8:21 12:45 7:S
8:43 1:02 7:25
!):02 1:13 7:3t
9:05 1:40 7:15
9:16 1:30 7:50
9:40 2.05 8:20
9ri7 2:02 8:lW
9:33 2:05 8:10
9:45 .... 8:20
9:58 .... 84
10:05 .... 8:42
10:09 .... 8:47
10:17 .... 8:55
10:23 .... 9:01
10:31 .... 9:12
10:42 .... 9:19
10-.50 .... 9rr
.i K ill II
I 1 1 f
Pen ilea, ,
New Providence, ,
Traiss Uoime Neirru.
:. A. M.
from Philadelphia, Pottsville, Harrlsbiirg, Al Al
lentewn ami New Yerk. At-Columbia with
trains te and from Yerk, Hanover, Uetlysburg,
Frederick and Halt Imore.
A. BI. WILSON, Supt.
I PENNSYLVANIA BAILKOAW NEW
. SCHEDULE On and after SUNDAi
MAY 23d, 1880, trains 011 the Pennsylvania
itallread will arrive and Icave the l-anex-tler
and PhiUuiclphia depots ns follews:
a. u. v. v. r. x.
C:45 .... 2.3.1
62 .... 2.41
6:59 .... 2:48
7:11 .... 239
7:26 .... 3:13
72 .... 3:18
7:11 .... 3:26
8:05 1:00 3:.V)
8:08 l:l 3:53
7:55 1:115 3:40
8:30 1:: 4.01
8:30 1:25 4:15
8:49 1:48 4:20
90 20 4:30
9:16 2:18 4:47
9r23 235 4:53
9:42 2.16 5:1 1
105 3:20 5:50
r ast i.iue,.. .......... ........
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
2. Ill A M.
Mail Train Ne.l.via Mt..ley,
Mail Train Ne. 2, via Cel'bia,
Niagara A Chicago Express
rast ijlne,. .. .......
Dillerville Lncal.via M t.Jey
Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when Hag
fed, will step at Aliddletewn, Elfzabethtetvii,
It. Jey, Landisville, lilrd-ln-lland, Lcmau
Place, Gap; Christiana, Parkcsburg, Coate.
ville, Oakland anil Glen Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when Ihigged.
will step at Downingtown, Ceutesvillr, I'arke-,-btirg.Mt.Joy.EIIzabcthtewnniidMidilIctowu.
Slail Xe. 2 wet cenucctlngat Lancaster with
mail Ne, 1 at 10:55 a. m and with Niagara and
Chicago Express at 11:05 and will run through
te Hanover and will connect at Columbia with
train through te llarrisburg via Marietta,
Frederick Accommodation, west, connects 11 1
Lancaster, with Fast Line, we-it, at 2: in r. m..
and will run through te Frederick.
T OCAL MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
HOURS FClt CLOSING THE MAILS.
IIY ItAILUOAD. Nmw Yerk THReunu mail
7:30 a m, 1230 p m, 4:15 p m and 11:30 p 111.
Way Mail, cast, 730 a in.
Goude.tvii.le, Downingtown, l-:imaii Place,
Gap 6 p m.
Pauadisk and S.iudur.sburg via Leamait
Place, 7:30 a. 111.
PlilLADBLruiA through mall, 7.30 and 8:15 a
111., 12:30, 4:15 and 1130 j m.
Pittsburgh and west, 130 and 1130 p in.
IlARRisBCRO Mail, 1030, a m, 130, 5: 15 and ll.:;
Wat BIail, west, 1030 a m.
IlALTIMOKB AMD WASHINGTON, fill Plliladid
piila, 4:15 p m.
Baltimore and Wasiiinoten, via Yerk, :" p
IIaltixeuxand Washinhten, via llarrisburg.
11:30 p in.
Ceatxsvillk, 4:15 p in.
Columbia, 103:am, 130 and 5:15 p in.
Yerk and Yerk way, 130 and 1130 p in.
Northern Central, 1030 am, 130 am I ll::m p
Kkadine. via Reading and Columbia It It, 7:3-)
a m and 12:30 n in.
Uiadime, via llarrisburg, 5:15 aud 1130 pin.
Ukadine way. via .1 unction, Lititz, Maiihelm,
East Hempflehi and Ephrata, 3 p m.
ypART.TviLLE, Cuiiiarge, Iteften, New Prevl
deuce. West Willow, Lime Valley, Martins
ville.Smithville, Hack, Chestnut Lcvcl.Urccnc,
Peters Creek, Pleasant Greve, Keck Springs.
Oak weed and IJewIaiulsville, Mil., 9:15a 111, ami
50 p m.
Nkw Helland, Churchtown, Urcenbank
Blue Ball, Goeilville, Beartewii, by way el
Downingtown, at 730 a m and K p in.
Safe Harder, via Columbia, 1030 a in.
Willow Strket via West Willow, at 9:15 11.
UY STAGE Slillersville and Slacktvater. t..
Safe Harber, daily, at 4:00 p 111.
Te Millers ville, Sand 1130 a in, and 4 n 111
Binkley's Bridge, Leacock, Bureville, Ne.v
Helland, 230 p in.
Landis Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Farmer.
ville, Hinkletown, Terre Hill, Martiudate.
(hilly, at 230 pm.
Greenland, Fertility, Lampeter and Wheat
land Mills, te S trash u rg, daily, at 4 p 111.
Nefisville, dally, at 4 p m.
New Danville. Concstega, Marticville, C0I1 -manville.
Mount Nebe.Itawlins ville. Bellies. ia
and Liberty Square, ilally. at 230 p 111.
WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERY.
ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a u.
10-JW a m, 3 and 630 p m.
Eastern way mail, 1130 a m.
Western mall, 7 and 10a 111, 2and 630 p 111.
Reading, via Reading and Columbia, 2-:tu p
Western way mall, 830 a m.
Reading way mail, 10-30 a 111.
Quarryvllle Branch, 8:15a m and 4 p in.
ARRIVING BY STAGE. Frem Sate llarl.fr
and Mlllersville, at 9 a in, daily.
Frem Mlllersville, 7 and 9 a 111, and 4 p 111.
Frem New Helland, at 930 a in, daily.
Reading way mail, at 1030 a 111, dally.
Frem Strasbunr. at 930 a in. dall v.
Frem Nefisville. at 1 p m, daily.
Frem Rawlinsville, at II am.
DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS.
There arc four mail deliveries by letter car
riers eacli day, and en their return triM they
take np the mail matter deposited in the letter
Fer the first delivery the carriers leave the
office at 0:30 am: second delivery at 10 a in;
third delivery at 11 a n ; fourth delivery ut 3 p
SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS.
On Sunday the postefllce Is open from Aprl
1 te October 1, from 8 te 9 am. am I from 6 te 7
a m ; from October 1 teApril Urem 9 te 10 a in ,
and from 6 te 7 d hi-
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS. SHOES AND LASTS
made en a new principle, insur
ing coinien. ier ine ieet.
"DWYFO I-asts made te order.
febM-tfd US.KutKiaz street.