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LANCASTER DAlLt faitGENCjfet: ERIDiLt ' AUGUST 13. 1880
FRIDAY EVENINO. AUGUST 13, 1880.
A dozen tadpoles wriggled out
Te view the prospect round about.
And see the elder frogs, no doubt
Ambitious little tadpoles.
They reamed among the rushes green
They saw the lillics o'er them lean ;
Their hearts were gladdened by the scene
Admiring little tadpoles.
A greater wonder was te come ;
They heard an old lreg say "jug rum "
Such eloquence It struck them dumb
These silly little tadpoles.
" Oh ! could we only speak like that.
And sit upon a stone se fiat!"
Their yearning hearts beat pIM-pat
They sighed that they were tadpoles.
" It's eh ! te wear a coat se fine
And with thcae elder frogs te shine !
I wish their nappy let were mine,"
Said every little tadpole.
Then buck again, with frowns and sigh;',
And doubtless very watery eyes,
Kach te his native mud bank hies
A dozen humbled tadpoles.
They could net knew the let el frogs
Who sun themselves en lazy legs,
Fated te utter their " her-chegs "
These unsuspecting tadpoles.
They ilid net knew that sticks and stones
Where hurled at frogs te break their bones
Or much less sad had been the tones
Of all these little tadpoles.
Hut let me cut this tale oil here,
As Time cut theiiv. The day drew near.
And lull-grown lregs they all appear,
Ne longer little tadpoles.
And arc they happy 1 Ah ! they sigh
That profitless their youth went by.
When tadpoles ask them, they reply ;
" We wNh new we were tadpoles !"
Slate Fair at Philadelphia.
Oti Monday, September (itli, the Twenty
seventh Annual Exhibition of the Penn
sylvania State Agricultural Society will
open at the Main Building, Centennial
(rounds, Fairineuut Park, Philadelphia,
and continue eighteen days, closing en
Saturday. September 25lh. The Jast week
of which period, viz., from September 20th
te 25th, will be devoted te the International
Shew of Sheep, "Weel and Weel Products,
for which purpose the liberal sum of $8,u00
in ca'di has been appropriated. During
this week, however, all ether exhibits,
with (lie exception of horses, cattle, swine
and poultry will remain en display.
Frem present indications this exhibition
of the society will be the largest, grandest
and most varied that has ever becu held
by any state society, and will be second in
numbers and merit only te the ever ever
mcmemblc International Exhibition, held
at the same place during the Centennial
year. The premium list, which can be ob
tained from the eiliccrs of the society, at
their eHiec, northwest corner Tenth and
Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, is the most
complete and thorough that lias ever been
presented by any similar organization, and
offers for competition in the live stock
class alone the handsome sum of $21,315.
In the dairy, fruit, vegetable and lleral de
partments, the further sum of $0,000 is
added, besides a large number of elegant
and valuable geld, silver and bronze
medals, whose intrinsic value will aggre
gate the entire sum of mere than $10,000
in actual cash.
The display will include a large number
of imported, thoroughbred, line bred and
draught horses; herds of Short Hern,
Deven, Ilelstein, Jersey and Guernsey cat
tle ; the choicest breeds of sheep, swine,
etc, together with a mechanical, vegetable
and manufacturing collection seldom, if
ever, brought together in any community.
Excellent, and commodious stabling has
been prcpaied within the building for
horses and horned cattle, and a suitable
space assigned en the grounds adjacent for
the accommodation of swine. The ma
chinery, dairy, fruit, floral ami domestic
departments are all provided under cover,
and will undoubtedly prove attractive ami
instructive features of the fair. A space
has also been assigned for the exercise and
display of all the entries in the live stock
classes, but no racing will be permitted.
Green fowl will be supplied all the milch
cows en exhibition, and hay and straw
furnished all entries gratis.
Excursion tickets will be furnished by
all the railroads centring at Philadelphia,
and all articles intended for exhibition car
ried en liberal terms,
Our Itig Wheat Crep.
A Tremendous Yield but no Larccr than Can
Our last crop of wheat was Mippesed te
be somewhere about -150,000 bushels (it is
ridiculous te attempt te feet up within
1,000 bushels.) We had 30,000,000 of the
old crop left ever a year age, against 10,
000,000 bushels new, the old wheat bring
much mere closely drained from the farm
new than then. That is, the people of the
United States have within twelve meqgk?-
consumed and sold some 470,000,000
bushels, and have practically none left te
compete with the wheat of the new crop.
It is exceedingly doubtful if that new ciep
will feet up mere than 130,000,000 bushels,
and if it should the everplus will net be a
terrible burden te the people obliged te
held it, if they should be obliged te held it
ever into another crop year. Wc have net
at present any geed reason te expect
that the demauds of Europe upon
the United States for bread, will
be much, if any, smaller than a
year age. There is net; therefore, any
present ground ler alarm in legard te a
superabundance of wheat. There is plenty
of it; enough te kill the ambitious of these
who would like te sec Europe forced te
pay mere than fifty shillings a quarter for
it ; net enough te warrant the bearing of
it te a point which will net pay for the cost
of producing it. The people who are croak creak
ing about ever production de the same
thing every year. Twelve months age
they said we had some 80,000,000 bushels
mere tliau we could get rid of. They mis
calculated the facts in the case te the ex
tent of 200,000,000 bushels. That is enough
te show that they could net then grasp
the situation, and there is no reason te
think that they are any mere competent
new. Fortunately their vaticinatiens de
net seriously affect the matter. The wheat
gees forward while statisticians are prev
ing that there is no place for it te go, just
as serenely as the moon rolled en when
the deg was baying at it.
M. Shcehan, of Oscoda. Mich., writes : ' 1
have used Dr. Themas' Klectric Oil en horses
for different diseases and found it te de j list as
yen recommended. It has done justice for me
even' time, and Is the best oil for horses I ever
used." Fer sale by II. 15. Cochran, druggist,
137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster.
Arousing its Headers.
An alarm of lire at midnight is a startling
thing, but net half se startling te many who
hear it as would be the sudden knowledge of
their own dangerous physical condition.
Thousands of thousands arc hurrying te their
graves because they-arc carelessly indifferent
te the insidious inroads of disease and the
means of cure. It is the mission of II. II.
Warner & Ce., with their Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, te arouse men te a sense of their
danger and then cure them. Memphis Appeal.
That I,atknt Ferc: or Fluid, which per
meates all matter, and which bears the con
ventional name el Electricity, is widely appre
ciated anil recognized :is a means of cure in
various diseases. Its effects in the form of
Themas' Eclcctric Oil are shown by the relief
of pain both Neuralgia and Rheumatic, as
well as in the threat and lungs, and In vari
ous ether licalim ways. Fer sale bv II. 11.
Cochran, druggist, 137 and 159 Xerth Queen J
street. Lancaster, l'a. 32
Is a precaution which should never be neg lect
ed when danger Is present, and therefore a
course of the Hitters at this season is particu
larly desirable, especially for the feeble and
sickly. As a remedy for biliousness, dyspep
sia, nervousness, and bowel complaints, there
is nothing comparable te this wholesome res
torative. Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener
HOSTKTTKK'S HITTKK'.S FOK SALIC AT
Lechcr's Drug Stere, a East King street.
KKV1NK, OB TOXIC SPKCIFICA.
A BOON TO BOTH SEXES.
A REMEDY WITHOUT A RIVAL for all
diseases arising from Nervous Debility, Sexual
Disorders, ever Indulgence of Vicious Habits,
as well as from the prostration el old age. Its
curative properties in violent and chronic
forms eftue following diseases have been at
tested te by the most Eminent Physicians
Self Abuse, Headache, Dizziness,
Sexual Exhaustion, SpcrmateiTli'.ca, General
Debility, lmpetency. Premature Decay. &c.
It lias been in use for ever forty years, and
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, sate ami
certain cure. It is no quack medicine, but
stands upon its own merits, as any trial wil
amply demonstrate. Since 1XM 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 for the payment et
an enormous royalty upon its manufacture has
expired, it is ellered te the sutlering of both
sexes at one dollar per package, se as te be
within the reach of all; at which price it will
be sent te any address free et further charge.
DR. "WILLIAM YOUNG,
S; Spruce Street, Philadelphia.
May be consulted en all diseases by mail.
Is exceedingly happy te announce te his nu
merous friends that his wile and self have
safely returned from nearly a seven weeks'
sailing nearly 3,000 miles. Dr. Greene is new
ready te help all sick iersens te regain their
health. His attendant says in one week of his
absence 107 patients called te see him at his
etllccs. The following appeared in the Col
umbia CeuraiU of June 17, 1SS0:
FROM THE BRINK OF THE URATE.
As nearly everybody in Columbia knows
Harry Leng has net for two years past been ex
pected te live from one week te the
ether, nearly all of which time he
has been in bed or prepped up in an
arm chair. During tills time he has taken
medicine enough te kill a dozen people
pounds et pills and powders and barrels et
liquids, .air. Hin. l'axsen, ami outers who nau
been loeki ng after t he wan ts of M r. Leng, pre
vailed upon him te try Dr. C. A. Greene, of
Lancaster, and 1 am pleased te say the cllcet
of Dr. Greene's treatment is magical. The
sick man is new almost like one raised from
the grave. He is new out visiting friends, and
a few days age was in Lancaster city te offer
congratulations te Dr. Greene in person. Well!
well!! Wonders never cease. S. S.
DR. C. A. GREENE,
jyeC-ltdMWF Xe. '230 Xerth Queen Street.
P JUTTKHS fOK SLK AT I.OU1I-
ers Drug Stere, '. East King street.
DAY'S MEY PAD!
A NEW DISCOVERY,
That acts directly en the Kidneys, bladder and
Urinary Organs, by absorbing all humors,
every trace of diseuse.tyind forcing intethe sys
tem powerful and healthful vegetable Tonics,
giving it wonderful power te cure PAIN IN
THE HACK, Side and Leins. Iullammatien
and Bright' Disease el the Kidneys, Gravel,
Dropsy, Diabetes, Stene in the Bladder, In
ability te Retain or Expel the Urine, High Col
ored, Scanty or Painful Urinating, Depe.-its.
Shreads or Casts In the Urine, Xcrveus and
Physical Debility, anil In fact any disease of
these great organs.
It avoids entirely the troubles and dangers
of taking nauseous and poisonous medicines.
It is comfortable, safe, pleasant and reliable in
its 'effects, yet powerful in its action. It can
be worn at "all seasons. In any climate, and is
equally geed for MAN, WOM AX OR CHILD.
Ask your druggist for it and accept no imi
tation or substitute, or semi te us and receive
it by return mail.
Regular Pad, $2; Special Pad, for Chronic,
deep-seated, or cases of long standing, $3;
Children's Pad, prevention and cure .of snm--er
complaint, weak kidneys and bed wet
Day Kidney Pad Company,
augl-lydeedM W.t F&w
OVER A MILLION' OF
Freucli Kidney Pais
Have already been sold in this country and in
France ; every one of which has given perfect
satisfaction, and has performed cures every
time when used according te directions. We
new say te the atllicted and doubting ones
that we wil pay the above reward ler a single
that the Pad fails te cure. This Great Remedy
will Positively and Permanently cure Lum
bago, Lame Back, Sciatica, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, In
continence and Retention et the Urine, In
flammation of the Kidneys, Catarrh of the
Bladder, High Colored Urine, Pain in the
Back, Side or Leins, Xcrveus Weakness, and
in fact all disorders of the Bladdcrand Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private disease
LADIES, If you are suffering from Female
Weakness. Lcucerrhma. or any disease et the
Kidneys, Bladder, or Urinary Organs,
YOU CAN BE CUBED 1
Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by
FRENCH KTONE Y PAD,
WHICH CURES BY ABSORPTION.
FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and take no ether.
If he has net get it, send $2 and you will re
ceive the Pad by return mall. Fer sale by
JAMES A. MEYERS,
Odd Fellows' Hall, Columbia, Pa.
Sold only by GEO. W. HULL,
Druggist, 15 W. King St, Lancaster, Pa.
Prof. Guilmette's French Liver Pad.
Will positively cure Fever and Acne. Dumb
Ague, Ague Cake. BIUleus Fever, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia and nil diseases of the Liver,
Stomach ami Bleed. Price $1.50 by mail. Send
for Prof. Guilmette's Treaties en the Kidneys
and Liver, free by mail. Address
FRENCH PAD COMPANY,
era' Drue Stere,
SALE AT LOCH-
t Bins strttt.
ASTJtlCa RRO'S ADVERTISEMENT.
13 EAST KING ST.,
Wc have opened this week a full line et
Which we offer at
VERY LOW PRICES.
We sell a Splendid
Ladies' Gossamer with Heed for . $1.97.
One with a Cape for . . . . 2.68.
Nete our price.-, in the following :u tides:
Ruche Cellarettes, Silk Stitched
Deuble Felding Cellarettes... ..
Fancy Figure Seap
Clvr-erilie Ball Sen!)
. .5c per box.
ic per dozen.
. . .:!c a piece.
. . .4c a piece.
Turkish Bath Seap ec
Best Pine Tar Seap -5c
Very Fine Toilet Seap 10c
Genuine Best Cashmere Bouquet Seap 2ec
Heyt's German Cologne 17c
Heed's Floral Cologne ...ac
Face Powder Sc per box.
Best Bandallnc 1
Silk Hair Xcts Jc
Bag Xcts 9
Bang Xels -5c
Real Human Hair Hang Xels 10c
Best Shee Polish 7c a bottle.
Best French Shee Blacking 5c a box.
Children's Gum Garters 3eapair.
Children's Side elastic 13c a pair.
Ladies' Ventilated Garters 23c
Steel Crochet Xeedles 3c
Ivery Crochet Xeedles 5c
While Can! Heard 3c a sheet.
Sil vcr Card Beard Be a sheet.
lS-ineh Fara Canvass I5c per yard.
27-inch " " -3c
18-Ineh llonev-Ceuib Canvass 25c "
"T.ilicll " " 10c "
Skirt Protectors at 5c
Dies-Shields Sea pair.
Best Rubber Dress Shields 10c a pair.
Corset Laces lc apiece.
Shee Laces 5c a dozen.
Tape 2c a piece.
Children's Round Combs 3c a piece.
IlnwxilHr Coins 5CU1UCCC.
India Rubber Dressing Combs 4c
Buffalo Hern Dressing Combs 17c
Teeth Brushes at 5c
German Silver Thimbles.-
12 dozen of Amite
Heeks and Eyes
Clark's Best Cotten.
, .3c a card.
:5c a skein,
5c a dozen spools.
2 spools ler t)c
2 spools for 9c
Coats s Cotten
Williuiantic Six Cord Cotten
200-yard Spool Cotten
Mending Cotten, in all color
Dextcr's Ball Cotten
. .2 sjioels ler 9c
'X a spool"
2c a card.
4c a ball.
7c a ball
Best English Hairpins. 25 in a pack.
Steel Pointed Hairpins
Flexible Hair Crimpers
Pin Reeks at
Pocket-books ter Children at
Ladies' nil Linen Chemisettes at
Ladles' all Linen Cellars
Ladies' all Linen Cuffs
Children's Sailor Cellars
. . . .8e a box.
.12c a dozen.
. . .3c a pack.
. .3c a paper.
..kc a paper.
. 10c a paper.
. .5c a dozen.
...12c u null'
Satin Hair r.ews
Quilted Bibs at
Bretonne Lace Fichus at
Spanish Lace Fichus in black ad white....
Indian Mull Neck Handkerchiefs
Indian Mull Ties
Itl'ii'L' l.:iee Ties
Black Silk Fringe at 39, 51,08, 73 upwards,
Silk Fringe in all the new siiaticsauwcis jjiyu
Chirks Crochet Cotten
.( cents a Spool.
Best Star Skirt Braid...
Geed Waist Lining.....
..l. r.ianu upwarui.
a4 l 119
cts per yard.
e cts. per yarn
S 10 cents.
12c per yard
9c per yard
.15, 10 ami 23c a piece
Deuble busk Corsets at....
r.vfidli'iil. Woven Corset..
12 yards for 5c
100 Bene Corset at $1.00
i-l-iiiniiitrlv embroidered snoen busk Cor
set at $1-23
Children's-Calice Aprons 15c
Misses Calice Aprons 17c
Gingham Kitchen Aprons 2ec
Children's Swiss Caps 19,25c
TeIIclt Setts at $1.00
Till ies of every description
Calice Wrappers at 75c
Hand-made Shetland Weel Shawls 75c
Split Jacket for Infants 49c
Babies hand-made Shoes 14c
1 iifaut Embroidered Shawls 80c
Infant Merine Cloaks, Crochet
Carriaire Cever at $1.33
Canepvs ever bed at $2.00
Ladies' extra geed hose, while ami. uiilileach-f.-.idies"ful"i
regular made he.-e, white and un
Ladies' best Iren lramc llosc.deublc heels ami
Ladies' splendid Balbriggan Hese, full regu
lar made, silk clucked 25c
Finest imported, worth 50c. 39c
Ladies' Lisle nose, open wericcu
Ladies' Black Lisie Thread Hese
A variety of geed colored Stockings at 10c
Excellent Colored Stockings 2 pair for 25c
Seamless Stockings in plain colors and em
broidered , 25c
Hair lined English Hese 33c
Plain cardinal, fine quality, silk clocked, full
regular madv, extra length and ingrain col
ors 50c a pair.
Infants' Fancv Socks, lull regular made.... 19c
Childs' Faney'Hosefroni 10c up.
Childs' Fancy Hese, plaid centre, Xes. 5 te
$y, 15 te 23c
Chillis' Hair-lined Hese, imported 25c
Childs' Plain Colored Hese, clocked and full
regular made from 32c up.
Childs" Fine I.isc Hese, pinstriped and open
worked. Child's Bredequins for walking shoes, the
best goods imported.
Childs' Fancv Hese, all open-worked clock
and fifty ether styles which wc are net able te
Ladies' Lisle Thread Gloves ic a pair.
Fine Quality 14c a pair.
Berlin Gloves. Hull clastic lJc "
Berlin U loves, 2 f,,n clastic Lie "
Berlin Gloves, 3 full clastic 19c "
Real Lisle Gloves, 2 full elastic 2.ic "
Rest Silk Lisle, extra long 31c "
LaecTen Gloves 20c "
Real Lisle Lace Tep 25c "
Extra Fine Leng Lace Tep 29c "
BestSilk Lisle, line lace top 40c "
Ann Length Lace Tep. 4 clasticc 48c "
White Flue Lisle LaceTop,cxtraleng50c "
Extra Fine White Silk Lace Mits, llj inches
long (Sen pair.
Childs' Gloves 10c '
Childs' Lace Tep G loves 29c "
Hemmed Handkerchiefs 3c
Hemmed Handkerchiefs, all linen 5c
Gents' all linen Handkerchiefs 10c
Ladies' extra line linen Handkerchiefs 10c
Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. 2J5 inch
hem, fine linen 20c
Ladles' Gauze Uudcrvcsts, geed quality 29c
Childs' Undershirts from 15c up.
Gents1 full regular made Socks 14c
Gents1 British Socks, superfine I7c
Gents' Best English Socks 21c
Gcnts'full regular made Balbriggans 23c
Real English Lisle Thread Socks 29c
Gents' Fancy Socks, lull regular made 25c
Gents' Plain Colored Socks, full regular made,
silk clocked and ingrain colors 37c
Men's White Unlaundricd Shirks, all linen
Beys' Unlaundricd Shirts, linen besom 47c
Full line et White and Colored DRESS
SHIRTS of Best Makes.
ticuts' Neckwear, Gents' Underwear,
Gents' Cellars and Cuffs, Gents' Suspen
ders, Gents' Jewelry, &c
13 EAST KING STREET,
BEW GOODS FOR THE SPRDTG TRADE, AT
LADLBS, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rufflings, Cotten Trimmings, Rucliings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins,
Black and Cekired, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GUNDAKER'S.
Fer a Ged and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cuffs, call at GUN
DAKER'S, La lies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &c., call and cxamine our stock, at
142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO JOB LOTS IN
PERCALES AJSTT LAWJNTS,
Which we are offering at prices that must close them out. Please call and examine them. New Fall Styles in Dress
Ginghams, Percales and Prints just opened. White, Red and Grey AVoel Flannels at Bettem Prices.
Bleached and "Unbleached Cotten Flannels,
At Bettem Prices. Sheeting and Shirting Muslins at Lewest Prices. Carpets and Oil Cleths hi New Styles encnim'
daily. HPPleasegive us a call. J l "
GIVLEE, BOWEKS & HTJKST,
25 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
J. C. HAUGHTON'S
LITEKT, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE,
Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel.
Where gentlemen will Ibid at all times Geed Safe Horses and First-class Wagons te hire. Alse all styles of Wagons con
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 ami Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged.
STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET,
LACK SILKrtl ULAC'K SILKS!
Wc cull particular attention te our Large
heught at Importer's Sales In New Yerk anil
l'hihulclphin, which we are offering at prices
that lcfy competition. Alse,
in all Grades ami Qualities. Our 50c. quality
is the best ever sehl ler the money.
The attention of Hetel Keepers and ethers is
culled te a large let of
which wc arc closing at Lew Trices.
CHEAP DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Next Doer te tbe Court Heom.
ray lei prices.
In erler te make room for our Large Fall
Stock we are offering special Inducements In
J. E. Martin & Ce.
WALL fAl'EBS, c.
.Made for windows and put up in such a man
ner that you need net remove when you close
the window. Wc have it in Landscape, Figur
ed and Plain Celers, which will be made up as
above or sold by the feet In any quantity de
sired. PAPER HANGINGS
in large variety. Seme Odd Lein will be sold
very cheap te close out.
1'LAIN WINDOW SHADES, all colors and
widths. Hollands. Paper Curtains, Fringes,
Leeps, Fixtures, Tassels, Cords, Ac.
Patent Extension Cornice,
the cheapest, simplest and best ever made.
Will fitany window up te five feet in width.
Poles in Ebony and Walnut.
OUDERS TAKEN FOR
FINS PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
TjlIFTKEN DOLLARS BUYS A
With Enameled Water Tank, at
SHERTZER, HUMPHREVILLE ft
Ne. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa.
TRY LOCHER'S REKOWKED COUGH
SEW 1.IVJSRY STABLE.
Wholesale and Kctall Dealer In all kinds of
LUMI1EK AND COAL.
S-Ynrd: Ne. 420 North Water ami Princs
streets, above Lemen. Lancaster. uS-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL
Ceal of the Itcst Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
J- YARD-150 SOUTH WATKIS ST.
ne'-"J-lyd PHILIP SCHUM.SON & CO.
ptOAL! COAL! COAL!!!
We have constantly en hand all the bc.sl
grades of COAL that are in market, which we
are selling as low as any yard in the city.
Call and get our prices before buying else
where. m: f. steigerwalt & son,
s27-lyd Sll NORTH WATER STREET.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORRECHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. in Harrishurg
Pike. Office 2j East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GORRECHT, Agt.
J. n. RILEY.
9-1 W. A. KELLER.
C0H0 & WILEY,
3BO XORT1I WATER ST., Lnnra.iter, l'a.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.
Connection With the Telephonic Exchange.
liranch Office : Ne. 3 NORTH DUKE ST.
All in want of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FUB51TURE A SPECIALTY.
154 Knjtt Hlng Street.
H. S. SHIRK'S
203 WEST KING STREET,
Has tlaci Largest and Cheapest Stock el all
kinds ei CARPETS in Lancaster, ever
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as low as 81.00 and upwards.
Carpctsmade te order at short notice,
also pity i cents ter Extra Carpel Rags.
49Glvc us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
ESTATE OK PHILIP SCIICM, LATE OF
the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters
of admistrntien en said estate having been
granted te the undersigned, all persons in
debted thereto arc requested te make imme
dlate settlement, and these having claims or
demands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement te the under
signed, residing in said city.
JOHN E. SCUUM,
M. Bbesius, Administrators.
J. B. Geed, Att'ys. jy21-Ctdeaw
ESTATE OF JACOB STOTT, LATE OF
Lancaster city, deceased. The under
signed Auditor, appointed te pass en excep
tions filed te the account and te distribute the
balance remaining te the hands of William W.
Stott, administrator of said estate, te and
among these legally entitled te the same, will
sit for that purpose en TUESDAY, AUGUST
31, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m., In the Library Roem
of the Court Heuse, in tbe city of Lancaster,
where all persons interested in said distribu
tion may attend. II. C. BRURAKER,
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STEINMAN & HENSEL,
TKA VELEHS VIDE.
LANCASTER AND 31ILLEKSVILI.E R. it
Cars run iw fellows : ;.
Leave Luncat.-vr i P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, ami
11:30 a. m., and 'A t. 6 and 8:) p. m., except en
Saturday, when the last car leaves at KSO p. m.
Leave Millersvillu (lower- end) at 5, s, and
a. M., and 1. 3, 5 and 7 p. m.
Cars run daily en above tinie except en Sun
COLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT K. K
J Trains new run regularly en the Columbia
and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following
Statiess North- Express. Express. Accen.
WASP. A. ST. P.M. r.M.
Pert Deposit B:35 3:50 "ie
Peachbottem 7:12 4:21 3:18
Fltc's Eddy. 7:25 4:33 3.3!
McCellV Ferry.... 7i 4-M 4:00
Shcnk's Ferry 7:54 5:01 4:31
Safe Harber. 7ia d6 5:08
Columbia. Siie 5:35 6.30
READING AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
On and after MONDAY. MAY.lOru, IS80,
Jiussenger trains will run en this read as tol tel tol
ews: Trains Geiau Secru.
a. x. r. M.
r. 31. v. M.
A. V. A. x. r. M.
7:30 11:55 0:10
8:01 12T24 6:15
8:18 12:10 7:03
8:24 12:45 7:08
S:I3 1:02 7:25
1MK 1:13 7
9:05 1:40 7:45
S:1B 1S 7:50
!:40 2.05 8:20
9r27 2:02 saw
.):: 2:05 8:10
10:17 .... 8:55
H3 .... 0:01
10:12 .... Sfcl'J
mH r .
Trains Geino Nektii.
a. m. r. m . p. M.
l-:15 .... 2.35
f.M .... 2.41
CrfVU .... 2:18
7:11 .... 239
7rJ; .... 3:13
7:32 .... 3:18
7:11 .... 3sK
8:05 1:00 330
8:08 i:l 333
7:55 1:05 3:40
8:30 IU 4.01
8:30 1:25 4:15
8:49 1:18 4:20
MM 2:00 4:30
9:111 2:18 4:17
9:23 2rr 433
9:42 2: It. 5:11
10-.ft" 3:20 530
Lancaster Jimet ion,.
Trains connect ut Kcailing with trains te and
from Philadelphia, Pett.svllle, Hurrishtirg, Al Al
lentewn and New Yerk. At Columbia with
trains tit and from Yerk', Hanover. Gettysburg,
Frederick and Kallimere.
A. SI. WILSON, Supt.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD NEW
SCHEDULE On ami after SUNDAY
MAY 23d, 1S.SH, trains en the Pennsylvania
Kuilread will arrive and leave the Lancaster
iind Philadelphia debits as follews:
r as i. Line.......... .......... .
Yerk Accem. Arrives;
Dillerville Accem. Arrives,
Columbia Accoiumednt ion,
Frederick Accem. Arrives,
Mail Train Ne.l.via Ml.Jey,
Mail Train Ne.2,via Cel'liia,
Niagara A Chicago Express
r iWl 4llH'
Dillerville l.ecul.viaM t.Jey
Pucitic Express, cast, en Sun. lay, when Hag
kcu, win siep ui AiHinictewii, .Kllaiieliuewn
ait. Jey, Lamlisville, Rird-iu-IIanil,
Place, tiap, Christiana, Parkesburg,
vine, uaKinmi ami uien Lech.
Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged,
will step at Dowuiiigtevvu,Coatesvillc, I'arkcs I'arkcs I'arkcs
biirg,alt.Joy,EIizubethtewnandMiddletowu. Mail Ne. 2 west cennectingat Lancaster with
mail Ne, I at 10:35 u. in,, and with Niagara and
Chicago Express ut 11:05 ami will run through
te Hunever and will connect at Columbia with
train through te Harrishurg via Marietta,
Frederick Accommodation, west.ceunectsat
Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 p.m.,
and will run threiign te Frederick.
OCAL MAIL AKRANUKMENTS.
HOURS FOR CLOSINU THE MA1I.S.
1JY RAILROAD. Nkw Yerk tiiruikiii mail
7:30 a m, 12:30 p m, 4:15 p m and 11:30 p m.
Way Mail, east, 7:30 a m.
Gordekville, Downingtown, Lcamaii Place,
Gap (! p in.
PARAnisc and Seudurslmrg via Lcuman
Place, 7:30 a. m.
Puilaeblpuia through mail, 7.3U and 8:15 a
in., 12:30, 4:15 and 11:30 p in.
PiTTSBtriMiii and west, 1:30 and 11:30 p m.
ILuuusBUUG Mail, 10:30, u hi, 130, 5:15 and 11:30
Wat Mail, west, WSKl a m.
Raltimerb and Wa..'iinutem, via PhiludcL
phiu, 4:15 p m.
.Baltimore and Washington, via Yerk, 130 p
Baltimore and Wasihnote.v, via Harrishurg.
Ceatesvillk, !:15 p m.
Columbia, 10:3.) a m, l:3Uund 5:15 p m.
Yerk and Yerk way, 130 and 11:30 p m.
North Kit N Ckntral, 10:30am, 130and 11:30 p
Rkadine. via Reading and Columbia R It, 7:30
am and 1230 pm.
Rkadine, via Harrishurg, 5:15 and 1130 pm.
Rkadine way. via.I unction, Lititz, Munheim,
East Hempliehl and Ephrutn, 3 p m.
O.UARKWILLB, Cuuiarge, ICeften. New Provi
dence, West Willow, Lime Valley, Martin
vlllc. Smith villc. Buck, Chestnut Level.Orccne,
Peters Creek, Pleasant Greve. Keck Springs,
Oakwood and i:ewlamlsvilte,Md.,9:15a in, and
5:00 p m.
Nkw Helland, Churchtown, Grccubank
Blue Ball, Geedville, Ileurtewn, by way of
Downingtown, ut 730 a m ami ( p in.
SapbIIariuir, via Columbia. 10:30 urn.
Willow Struct via West Willow, at 9:15 a.
BY STAGE Millersvillu und Slaekwaler. t..
Sale Harber, daily, at 4:00 p in.
Te Millersvilie, 8 and 11:30 a m, and I p in.
Itinkley's llridge, Leacock, Ban-villc, New
Helland, 2:30 p in.
Land is Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Farmerr
ville. Hiiiklctewu. Terru Hill. Martindale.
daily, at 230 pm.
Greenland, Fertility, Lampeter and Wheat
land Slills. lit Strusburg, daily, at 4 p in.
Ncllsvillc, dailyat 4 p m.
New Danville, Conestoga, Murtic villc, C.jIi
muuvillc. Mount Nebo. Ruwiinsvlllc, IJctlii-; i:i
and Lilterty Seiturc. dally, at 230 p in.
WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVEICY.
ARRIVING BY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a m
10:30 a ra, 3 and K:30 p m.
Eastern way mail, 11:30 a m.
Western mail, 7und 10a m. 2and u:V p in.
Reading, via Reading and Columbia, 23 i
Western wav mull. 8:30a in.
Reading way mail, 1030a m.
Quarry ville Brunch, 8:15 a m ami 1 p m.
ARRIVING IJY STAGE. Frem Sale llarbi-r
and Millersvilie, ul 9 a m, daily.
Frem Millersvilie, 7 ami 9 a m, and I p in.
Frem New Helland, ut930u in, daily.
Reading wuy mail, ut 1030 a m, daily.
Frem Strusburg, ut 930 a m, daily.
Frem Ncfisvillc. at 1 p in, daily.
Frem Kuwlinsvlllcatll am.
DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS.
There are four mall deliveries by letter cur
riers each day, and en their return trips they
take up the mail matter deposited in the letter
Fer the first delivery tile carriers leave the
office at C30 a in: second delivery ut 10 am;
third delivery at 11 a in ; fourth delivery at 3 p
SUNDAY' POSTOFFICB HOURS.
On Sunday the postefllcc is open from Apri
1 toOctelierl, from 8 te 9 am, and from 6 te 7
a"m ; from October 1 teApril l.frem 9 te 10 a m,
and from (5 te 7 1 in.
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