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J 'P l -?-'! LANCASTERDAlLYlNTELLIGEBklERi FRIDAY JULY 23. 1880 -- Eancastet Intelligencer. FRIDAY MVKNTKQ. JULY 23, I860. Smccm With Bull Fretts." Burlington Hawkeye. " I just rolled out here from the grocery store," Mid the little green apple as it passed en the sidewalk for a moment's ehat with the banana peel ; "I am waiting here for a boy. Net a small, weak, deli cate boy," added the little green apple, proudly, "but a great big boy, a great bulky, strong, leather-langed, noisy fifteen year elder, and little as I am you will see me double up that boy te-night and make m, wsi stui hnwi and veil. Ob. I'm small, but I'm geed for a ten-acre field of boys and don't you lergec . ah iub wy in Burlington," the little green apple went en with just a shade of pitying contempt ia its voice, "couldn't feel around me as any one of them feels around a banana." 44 Beys seem te be your game," drawled the banana peel, lazily ; "well, I supppsc they are just about strong enough te afford you a little amusement. Fer my own part, 1 de like te take someeoay ei my size. New here comes the kind of a man I usually de business with. lie is large and strong, it is true, but " And just then a Seuth Hill merchant, who weighs about 231 pounds when he feels right geed, came along, and the ba nana peel just caught him by the feet, lilting him as high as the awninc pest, turned him ever, banged him down en a potato basket, flattening it out until it looked like a splint doormat, and the shock jarred everything loose in the show-window. And then while the fallen merchant from various quarters of the glebe, fished his silk hat from the gutter, his spectacles from the cellar, his handkerchief from the tree-box, his cane from the show-window and one of his shoes from the eaves-trough, and a little boy ran for the doctor, the lit tle green apple blushed red and shrank a little back out of sight covered with awe n1 nnrf.ifl2it.inn. "Ah," it thought, "I wonder if lean ever de that ? Alas, hew vain I was, and yet hew peer and weak and useless I am in rhis world." But the banana peel comforted it and bade it leek up and teke heart, and de well what it hail te de, and labor for the geed of the cause in its own useful sphere. 'True," said the banana peel, "you can not lift up a 200 pound man and break a cellar deer with him, bat you can give him the cholera merbus, and if you de your part the world will feel your power, and the medical colleges will call you blessed." And then the little green apple smiled and looked up with grateful blushes en its face, and thanked the banana peel for its encouraging counsel. And that very night, an old father, who writes thirteen hours a day, and a patient mother who was almost ready te sink from weariness, and a nurse and a doctor sat up until nearly morning with a thirteen-year-old boy, who was all twisted up into the shape of a figure 3, while all the neighbors en that block sat up and listened and pounded their pillows and tried te sleep and wished that boy would either die or get well. And the little green apple was pleased, and its last words were, "At least I have been of some little use in this great, wide world." m Fresh Cew Manare for Cera. E. W. S. In Country Gentleman. There has been a geed deal of discus sion as te the proper way of applying stable manure; and it has often been stated that fresh manure is net valuable te apply te land at the time of putting in a crop that it required fermentation be fore it can furnish feed for plants. There is no doubt that well-retted manure has a mere rapid effect upon a crop than when applied fresh; but there are many con siderations te be taken into account in determining the proper time of the appli cation. The less of fertilizing matter while the manure is retting is se consider able as te raise the question whether the less does net overbalance the gain. If the liquid manure is saved as well as the solid, this liquid will be mostly soluble, and as similable by plants at once. Since placing my cows tfpen a self cleaning platform the receptacle below which being water-tight the liquid is all saved and applied with the solid manure, fresh from the stable, every three or four weeks. It is hauled directly te the field, and applied te the soil at the time of put ting in a crop, or te a winter grain crop, as atop dressing. I have also applied it for several years- te the corn during the early period of its cultivation. The wagon containing the liquid and solid manure fresh from the reservoir under the plat form is driven te the corn field, and strid ing a row, the manure is spread between the rows. It is immediately cultivated by an ordinary cultivator, or, if mixed with some horse manure, which has some litter in it, a large disc cultivator is used, as it will mere effectually bury the litter. The disc cultivator is mere ef fectual en a heavy soil, as it works it into very fine condition. 11ns works the lresh manure into the surface soil, and prevents any less of its fertilizing constituents. I find that the liquid manure produces an immediate effect upon the corn crop whieh come the following season, such as winter wheat, or a spring crop of wheat, or barley or eats, is much better titan it the manure applied te the corn crop had been well ret ted. A small amount of manure of this class seems te have a remarkable effect,aud te last much longer than when applied in a fermented condition. Since keeping my cows (20) upon this platform, with the water tight receptacle below, they fertilize twice the number of acres, and te better ef fect than when the manure was fermented. The liquid and solid being carried directly te the field, the soil (a clay loam) absorbs and heldsjthe whole of it without less. If a farmer will once carefully try tne ettect of saving all the liquid of his cattle stable, he will never return te the old wasteful practice of allowing the urine te soak into the nearest stream, and be virtually lest te his fields. This is one of the first im prevements the careful farmer should make in husbanding his resources. He should devise a sure means of saving his liquid as well as solid manure, and allow ae waste te occur before it is conveyed te his fields. It may be hauled te any field under fallow, and a slight harrowing will sufficiently cover it te prevent less. lira. D. Morrison, Farnham Centre. P. O., writing about Dr. Themas' Electric; OH, says : 'Geerge Bell used Hen his son, and it cured him et Rheumatism with only a lew applica tions. The balance of the bottle was used by an old gentleman for Asthma with the best re sults. It acts like a charm." Fer sale by If. B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. 25 A Foel Once Mere. 44 Fer ten years my wile was confined te her bed with such a complication or ailments that no doctor could tell what was the matter or cure her, and I used up a small fortune in humbug stutl. Six mouths age I saw U. S. flag with Hep Bitters en It, and I thought I would be a toef once mere. I tried it, but my felly proved te be wisdom. Twe bottles cured Iter, he Is new as well and strong as any man's wife, and it cost me only two dollars. Such felly pays. H. W., Detroit, Mich. jylS-Swdftw Whether taken te relieve internal suffering In the threat and lungs, or applied externally te heal a tumor, sere or cut, remove a corn, or remedy stiffness, rheumatism, lameness or soreness, Themas' Electric Oil is equally reli able. Testimonials from the most authentic sources, conclusively prove this. Fer sale by 1L B. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa 26 GROCERIES. w HOLJCSALK AMD KKTAIL. LEVANTS FLOUR Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET. 170yd MEDICAL. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED Serve an Injunction en Dlwane By Invigorating a feeble constitution, reno vating a debilitated physl.juc. and enriching a thin and Innutritien circulation with Hostel Hestel ter's Memucli Bitter, tic finest, the most highly sanctioned, and the most popular tonic and preventive In existence. Fer wile by all Druggist and Dealers gener ally. aprl-lydcedJtlyw HOSTKTTEIfS HITTKirS FOK SALK AT Lecher's Drug Stere. U East King street. HOP HOP BIT BIT EUS EUS HOI BIT EUS HOP BIT Kite HOP BIT EltS HOP HOP BIT BIT EUS EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT DI.C. . Is a an absolute and lrivlstt- EUS blc cure for DRUNKENNESS, gS HOI' Intemperance and the use of Opi um, Tobacco. Narcotics and Stimu lants, removing all taste,deslrcnnd habit of using any of them, render ing the taste or desire ter any of them perfectly odious and disgust ing. Giving uveryene perfect and Irresistible control of the sobriety of themselves or their friends. It prevents tliatubselutc physical and moral prostration that fellows the sudden brcakiugetr irem using stimulants or narcotics. Package, prepaid, te cure 1 te 5 persons, $2. or at your druggistV, $1.75 per bottle. Temperance socie ties should recommend it. It is perfectly harmless and never-tailing. Hep Bitters Muntucturing Ce., Rochester, N. Y., Sele Agents. Hep Cough Cure destroys all pain, loosens the cough, quiets the nerves, produces rest, and never fails te cure. The flop Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, is suierier te all ethers. Cures by absorption. It Is pcrlect ask druggists. The Hen Bitters Mfg. Ce.. of Ro chester, N. Y., only prepare these remedies, also the Hep Bitters, which are In no sense a bevcrageer Intoxicant, but the Purest and Best Medicine ever made, making mere cures than all ether remedies. FOU SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 6 HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS nep BIT EUS EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS nep BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS nep HOP BIT BIT EUS EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP BIT EUS HOP HOP BIT BIT EUS EUS H UP niTTKKS FOK SALE AT LOCH- cr's Drug Stere, 9 East King street. WALL PATERS, Ce. VIBE SCREENS Mede ter windows and put up in such a man ner that you need net remove when you close the window. We have it in Landscape, Figur ed and Plain Celers, which will be made up as above or sold by the feet lu any quantity de sired. PAPER HANGINGS in large variety. Seme Odd LeU will be sold vcrv cheap te close out. PLAIN 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 litany window up te five lect in width. Poles in Kbeny and ulnut. OKDEUS TAKEN FOR FINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS. PHARES W. FRY, Ne. 57. NORTH QUEEN ST. JmVJISZONS. DAILY EXCURSIONS FROM PHILADELPHIA CAPE MAY. The famous mammoth three-deck Steamer ci REPUBLIC n Leaves Race Street Wharf at 7la. m., arriving at Cape May about Vl p. m. Returning, leaves Cape May at 3 o'clock p. m., gtvingamplc time for bathlnsr or a drive en the beach. A full Brass Band and Orchestra Music for dancing. Parler Entertainments varied weekly. Lunch eons and Refreshments In abundance. Din ners and suppers provided. Oysters and Fish served ler supper a lew moments after taken from the water. Fare Ter the Round Trip - $1.00. SUNDAYS Will leave Race Street Wharf at 1 a. m. P. S. A Bread Gauge Steam U. It. will con vey passengers te Cape Island in 8 minutes. Tickets for sale at CHAS. H. BARK'S. c28-2Kmd&w CENTRE SQUARE. EDUCATIONAL. a 'RE ACADEMY CONNECTED WITH . Franklin and Marshall College otters su perier ad vantages te young men and boys who desire either te prepare for college or te obtain a thorough academic education. Students re ceived ut any time during the school year Send for circulars. Address REV. JAMES CRAWFORD, etll-lv.l Lancaster. Pa. LLENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE. Under auspices et Reformed church. De signed for the literary and religious education et Ladies. Best facilities for Music, Drawing. Painting and Modern Languages. Location healthful. Terms moderate. Thirteenth year will begin SEPTEMBER 6. Fer Catalogue address REV. W. U. IIOFFOUD, A. M., Jyl7-12td President, AUentewn, Pa. MARBLi. WE P. FRAILEY'S MONUMENTAL, MARBLE WORKS 768 Nertn yueen Street, Lancaster, Pa. MONUMENTS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES, GARDEN STATUARY, CEMETERY LOTS ENCLOSED, Ac. All work guaranteed and satisfaction g. en n every particular. N.B. Remember, works a', the extreme end t North Queen street. m30 VTOTICE TO FISHERMEN. Fishing Tackle In every variety. Bamboo, Cane and Weeden Jointed Reds, Lines, Sink ers, Floats, Heeks, Ac A call solicited. Prices low. ANDREW G. FREV'S City Pharmacy, Cor. N. Queen and Oranirc Streets. TOUCH am HO-lyd Lancaster, Pa. ASTRICH BMVM ADTMMTIMMMENT. THE PLACE FOB SUIMER BARGAINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IS HOW AT Til Lancaster Bazaar ASTRICH BRO.'S 13 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER, PA. As we de net like te carry ever any Slim mer Stock, our unlterm policy Is toward the close of each season te reduce prices te figures hlcti III compel sales. Call and examine the bargains we nre offer ing, leek at the qualities or our goods, com pare our price with these charged elsewhere, and you will see tliat every one of our asser tions has a solid basis et fact. ljulles Irem the surrounding cities nre es pecially Invited te pay us a visit, the oppor eppor opper tunlty new offered te memo beautiful and novel goods at fabulously low prices may never occur again. Wc are closing out our stock or LACES, consisting of BUETOXNE. LANOUEDOC, CLUNY. BUABANT, TORCHON, RUSSIAN. VALENCIENNES, l'OINT D'ALENCON, POINT D'ESPUIT, MECHLIN, MALTESE. ALL THESE LACES Arc sold at CONSIDERABLY REDUCED PRICES. We luive Just opened a full new line et black FRENCH AND SPANISH LACES, which e new offer at low and very reasonable prices. We shall close out all our LADIES' LAWN SUITS, at the uniform price el $2.00. Linen Ulsters at l.i', $-2.00. Ulsters ler $1.50, $M ami $3.00. Ulsters ter S2 ou. LADIES' LINEN SUITS at $50. PARASOLS, at fabulous low prices. We have marked down the balance et our Hats te only NINE CENTS. We sell LADIES' FLOUNCED CALICO WUAPPERS FOB $LOO. LADIES CALICO SUITS, Skirt and Basque, $L50. LADIES' CALICO BASQUES, 39c. Great inducements and bargains in LADIES' UNDERWEAR. CHEMISE. Chemise, corded band, line muslin, 44c. Buttled and Embroidered Chemise 53c. Elegantly Embroidered Chemise J2c. SKIRTS. Muslin Unfiled Skirts 37c. Cambric, flounced ',c- Embroidered edged 93c. Elaborately Embroidered, with deep needle-work edge and insertion $1.96 CORSETS. Our " FAVORITE " Corset, 50 bones, side steels, embroidered busts, 49c. Elegant Woven Corset btfe. The " Parisian," a 100-bone most elegant Corset, side steels, for $1.09 The CYPRUS Corset, side steels, elabor ately embroidered bust front, for. 1.23 Extra length Corsets - 1.00 Abdominal Corsets IM Great reduction in prices or Notions and Small Ware. Pins, 3c. u paper. Best English Pins, Cc. a paper. Hair Pius, lc. a paper. Basting Cotten, 5c, a dozen spools. Clark & Ceat's Spool Cotten, t spools ter 9c. 200 yards Spool Cotten, 2c a spool. 12 (fezen or white Agute Buttens ter 3c. 3 dozen et large, white Pearl Buttens ter 15c. Bralncrd & Armstrong's best Silk, 100-yard spools, 9c. a spool. 50-yard spools, 2 spools ler 9c. A verv handsome Chrome and Bex eiven away te any customer purchasing ti spools of siiKaiuume. Writing Paper and Envelopes, 5c. a box. TOILET ARTICLES. Soaps In Glycerine, Windser. Turkish Ball and ethers, 5c. a piece. Extra tine Toilet Soaps, 10c. a piece. Heyt's German Cologne, 17c. a bottle, nest Face Powder. 8c. a box. Dressing Combs, from 5c. upward. Children's round Combs, from 3c. upward. Teeth Brushes, from 5c. upward. Hair Brushes, 15c. upward. Metallic Hair Brushes, 48c FANS. Russian Leather Sliding Fans, 14c. Japanese Fans, lc, 2c. 3c, 4c, 5c, 10c Leng Handled AFTER DINNER Funs, egg- The SARAH BERN HARD Feather Fans, in all colors, 50c BELTS IN GREAT VARIETY. Velvet Belts, 19c Pocketbooks and Jewelry, in full line. In full line. Jet Hair Coronets, 25c, 29c, 30c. Bracelets, of every style and description. Band Bracelet, with the lock, the GEM OF THE SEASON, only 19c a pair. Ceral Bracelets. Gilt-plated Bracelets. MOSQUITO NET CANOPIES, ever beds, ready-made, with all the necessary fixtures, ter $2.00. In addition te this we would state that we are determined te sell every pair of GLOVES we have in our store bcfeie this season is ever. In order te de this we have marked them down te half their former price. Ladles wishing te buy bargains will de well te call and ask ler the lolloping styles : Fine Lace Tep Gloves at .20c a pair. Leng Lace Tep Real Lisle 35c " Extra Leng Lisle 89c " Fine English Lisle, Lace Tep, 2 Full Elastics....,' 40carr: . Our 100 Lace Tep (arm length) Finest Lisle, 3 Full Elastics SOcai-alr. Best French Silk Lisle, Extra Leng, 3 Full Elastics tiOcapalr. A number of ether styles wUl be sold at equally low prices. By request of a great number of our custom ers we shall be open every evening until 9 p. m., as usual, and solicit the kind patronage of the Ladles of Lancaster and vicinity. ASTRICH BRO.'S 18 EAST Hm STREET, LANCASTER, PA SEW GOODS FOE TIE SPEDTG TRADE, AT GhinSTDAKBR'S. LADISS, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Rnfflregs, Cotten Trimmings, Ruchings, Black Silk Fringes, Satins, Black and Colored, Silks, 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. NEW LIVERY STABLE, NO. 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET, AT ERISMAN'S HOTEL. Horses, Carriages, Buggies and Market Wagons te lire by J. C. HAUGHTON. Alse Sale ami Exchange Stable at the same place, where gentlemen will find at all times Driving Horses, Draft Horses and Mules for sale. Alse New and Second-hand Carriages, Buggies and Market Wagons for sale ; built of the best material, and expressly for Livery use. Alse at all times Horses and Mules bought, sold and exchanged at Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel CORSETS! CORSETS! LADLES I Examine our stock of CORSETS befere purchasing ethers. LADIES 1 Try our CORSETS, as they will give you satisfaction. T.ATTTCK I We keep the Largest Assortment of CORSETS in the city. LADIES ! Examine our 25 cent CORSET. Best Corset for the money ever offered. TiAPTRS i We have Bargains in HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, &c. LADIES t We are offering Bargains in DRESS GOODS te close out several lets. We thank our Mends and customers for making their purchases in the early part of the day, thereby enabling us te close our store at 7 o'clock in the evening, which we shall continue te de until further notice. GIVLEE, BOWEES & HFEST, 2S East King Street, CLOTHING. A PACT WORTH THE REPUTATION OP THE A. C. YATES & CO. FULLY ESTABLISHED. :e: Four Tears or Success in Producing First-Class CLOTHING. INOREASLNG SALES AND SPREADING POPULARITY THE RESULT OP OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC AN OPEN DOOR TO ALL AT THE LEDGElli M-KSKf" (BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, THE FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA. JUST RECEIVED THE LARGEST LOT OF GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS Ever brought te this city, embracing all the new, beautiful and most stylish colors In Neckties and Scarfs for the Summer Season. Men's Colored Balbriggan Hese, with Embroidered Silk clocks : Scarlet an.lBlue Silk Hese- Fancy Colored Half Hese; Striped Cotten Halt Hese ami Merine Half Hese. Men s and Bey' SuSders and Fine BracV-s, in all styles and Celers. Men's i ami Beys' White "ressand Cofered Shirts, Superior Cheviot Shirts, and Blue Flannel Neglige Shlrtw. Men and Beys' Summer Underwear in Merine and India Gauze. Men's and Beys' Colored Lisle Thread and KM Gloves TteumnerWear. Men's and Beys' Vulcanized KuLber Braces, and a large stock of fine SllkV French Linen end Cambric Handfierchlels. Men'sand Beys' Latest Styles Fine Linen and 1'aper Cellars and Cafli. MYERS & RATHFON, CENTKF. HALL, . Xe. 12 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PENK'A. WATCHES, SPECIAL EDW. J. ZAHM, JEWELER, EATTWR COBNER, LANCASTER, PA. : Our largely increased business makes It necessary for us te enlarge our store room. Te make room for the alterations we contemplate, we will clese out as much of our stock as pos sible, between this date and the 10th or AUGUST, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. This offer applies te any article In our extensive stock EXCEPT SPECTACLES, and wll afford all who desire goods in enr line a rare opportunity te buy from first-class stock at un usually low prices. ZAHM'S CORNER. rOUNDXRS AND MACHINISTS. T ANCASTBK BOILER MANUFACTORY, SHOP ON PLUM STREET, Orresm thb Locekotivx Works. The subscriber continue? te manufacture BOILERS AND STEAM ENGINES. Fer Tanning and ether purposes ; Furnace Twlers, Bellows Pipes, Sheet-Iren Werk, and Blacksmithing generally. aa Jobbing promptly attended te. auglS-lydl JOHN BE8T. -arARCUS U. SKHMKK, HOU8I OA.BPKNT.EB,, Ma 1 Herta Prince street. Prompt and parUemtar attention paid te al eratlnn and repairs. si&lyri EJIRMOIDERIMM, C. NEW LITEXT STABLE. NOTICE. dry noens. EEMEMBEEDf G ! GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE OF- :e:- JEWELRY, Jte. NOTICE. LANCASTER, TA CARPETS. A. S. SHIRK'S OAEPBT HALL, 203 WEST KINO STREET, Has tl t ijurgest aud Cheapest Stock et all kinds .-t CABPETS in Lancaster. Over 100 Pieces of Brussels en hund, as low as S1.00 and upwards. Carpetsjmade te order at short notice. Will also pay iv cents ter Extra Carpet Bags. WGlve us a trial. OS WEST KINO 8TKKKT. CI RAIN tfPKCUXATlON T In large or small amounts. S9B or $30,000 Wrlte W. T. SOULE CO- Commission Mer chants, 138 La Salle street, Chicago, UL, for cir enlars. nUB-iyd Lancaster, Pa. MISCELLANEOUS. AE. McCANN, AUCTIONEER OF KKAL . Kstateund Personal Property. Orders l-lt at Ne. : Charlette street, or at the Black Herse Hetel, 41 and 46 North Queen street, will receive prompt attention. Bills made out and ttended te without additional cost. ffiTMy PROPOSALS FOK NEW COUNTY BARN. Netice te Contractors and Builders. Sealed proposals will be received by the Di rectors of the Peer and Heuse or Employment for the erection efa barn te replace the one de stroyed by Are July 4, 1830, in the following manner, viz : Proposals for the erection of the barn com plete according te plans and specifications. Proposals ter all the pine, oak and hemlock lumber and beards, required by the plans and specifications, stating the prices per thousand feet, te be delivered at Best's siding, Lancas ter. Pa. Proposals for all the carpenter work ter the completion et the barn according te plans and spccifl catiens. Plans and specifications te be seen at Spur rier's clothing store, Xe. 18 East King street, Lancaster, Pa. Proposals te be addressed te D. B. Land!, President of Beard of Directors, en or before Saturday, July 34, at 10:30 a.m. Bids will be opened at the hour and day above stated, and bidders are Invited te be present at the opening and present bids in per son. . The Beard reserves the right te reject any nnd all bids. The successful bidder te glveap glveap preved security for the faithful performance of the contract. By order of the Beard of Directors. D. B. LAX DIS, President. B. F. Cox, Secretary. jylJ-4Ul THE LANCASTER Weekly Intelligencer has been enlarged te a DOUBLE SHEET, Of Eight in? it or i the Page, mak 'Nible its Por Per "tid the Largest Nwauer in the State. ITS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE REMAINS THE SAJIJi. $2.00 A YEAR, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. THE INTELLIGENCER, IS ONE OF THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPERS OF THE COUNTRY- It will contain a prompt report of everything of political and general Interest, and its large size will enable it te give all interesting matter in full. 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One copy, j Fivecepies,, .559 Ten ' 10- Address with remittance STEINMAN & HENSEL, LANCASTER, PA. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. LANCASTER AND MILLKK8V1LXK R.K I Cars ran as fellows : Leave Xanemtaer P. 1C Depot), at 7, 9, and 1139 a. se and 2, 4. and 830 p. uu, except en Saturday, when the last car leaves at 930 p. m. Leave Hinersvule (lower end) at 5, 8, and a. M., and 1,3, Sand 7 p.m. Cars run dally en above time except en Sun day. (COLUMBIA AND POKT DEPOSIT K. K J TralnsnowruBregularlyentheColumbia and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following time: Statiers Nebth- Express. Express. Acceu. W1U. A.H. T.M. P.M. Pert Deposit. :3S 330 t Peachbottem 7:12 4:24 18 Fife's Bedy. 7:2 435 3S McCall's Ferry.... 737 4:48 4:W Shenk's Ferry. 7:54 51 4M Safe Harber. 7:59 56 5:06 Columbia.. 8:30 533 610 Statiexs Seuth-I Express. I Express.! Acceui. wakd. i a.h. r.M. Columbia.... Safe Harber.. 10:53 11:23 1133 11:41 11:5ft r.M. m7 it 7:50 ArtfcOS 6:M &54 7:09 7rJ9 r.M. &05 Le9:40 Shenk's Ferry... McCall's Ferry.. Fite'a Eddy. Peacb.bottem. . Pert Deposit.... 9-.51 10r 10-.4K 11.(17 r. m. 1&25 READING AND COLUMBIA KAILKOAIt On and after MONDAY, MAY. 10th. l.-W. nger uuu wui run en mis read ut i. A. H. A. M. 7S HA'. r.M. 8:01 ltrl 8:18 140 8:24 145 8:43 !:( 9:03 1:13 9:16 1:40 9:1ft 1:30 9:40 2.0.-. 9ri7 02 9:33 05 9:45 .... 9-J8 .... 105 .... 10:09 .... 10:17 .... UW3 .... VTM .... 10:42 .... 10-JSO .... Beading, Kelnhelda,. j&pniiJtt&i Amtfun Manheim, Lancaster Juuetien,.. Landlsvllle, Columbia, Dillervllle, Lancaster, King Street............. Harnlsh, West Willow Baumgardner, iCVJ U cllf New Providence, Hess ::!. r:4. 7:tw 7:S 7:r. 7SB; 7:43 7:."i0 8:20 8:im 8:10 8rJU M 8:42 8:47 8:55 9:01 9:12 9:19 9rr 5.52 t.:l: ii:W 0:17 t:3; I.:. ;:.-.! 7:e juarryvtlle, Traius Gemiq Nerru. a. m. r. m. r. m. 8:45 .... 43T u2 .... 3.41 6:99 .... 4S 7:11 .... i5U 7:18 .... 3.1)5 7- .... 3:13 7:32 .... 3:b 7:41 .... 3rJfi 7:55 .... 3:40 8:05 1:00 AM 8:tM 1: 3AI 7:55 1: :4 8:30 1:30 4.IM 8:30 lr25 4:15 8:40 1:48 4rJ) 9M 2:00 4:30 9:16 2:18 4:47 9:23 25 4:53 9:42 2:46 5:14 1105 3:20 5:5 Quarryville, New'PrevYiieace, . . '. '. . . Pequea, Haumgardncr,.. WcstWUlew, Harnlsh................. King Street, Lancaster, Dillervllle Columbia, .:. 7.V 8: Is ::r .:l.. 8:l-t J:- I Lancaster Junction,.. Manheiut,. Littz,. Akren. , Kphrata. , KelnheldsvlUe, Itcading,... Trains connect ut Beading with trains te and from Philadelphia, PettsvOle, Harrisburx, A I lentewn and New Yerk. At Columbia Willi trains te uad from Yerk, Hanover, (iettyslmr, Frederick and Baltimore. A. H. WILSON. Miit. 1)KNNSYLVANIA RAILKOAO NJ ,i SCHEDULE On and alter SUNI MAY 23d, 1880, trains ou the Pennylv.tii..i Kallreud will arrive and leave tliu t.uu-it-anil Philadelphia depots us follews: T.Mw..n Lwive Arrive Eastward. Lanc'tiT Philad'.i Philadelphia Express, 2:10 a.m. 4:15 a.- Fast Line, 5:20 " 7:4ij Yerk Acceu. Arrives; 7:30 " Hurrisburg Express, 8:05 - le:l - Dillervllle Accem. Arrives, 8:45 " Columbia Accommodation, WO 12:01 r Frederick Acceui. Arrives, 15 Pacific Express, l:le r.M. .1:1.-, " Sunday MaU, 2:ue " 5ax Johnstown Express, 3:05 " 5:30 " Day Express, 4:4 " .45 " Harrisburg Accoiuinedat'n, 6:25 " 'J--U ' ir .. Le.ive An: Westward. 1'iiilad'a i,,,,.. Way Passenger, 12:.a..m. : Mail Train Jo.l,viaJlt.Jey, ,:0i) " una Mail Train Ne. "viaCel'liia UtiT " Niagaras Chicago Express 0:00 ' ll.ie " Sunday Mail, 8ax less ' Fast Line, lUSn " -.! r.M. Frederick Accommodation 1." " Dillervllle Local.vluMt.Jey '-.: -- Harrisburg Acconimedat'n, 2i' i. 5:15 " Columbia Accommodation. 4.-00 " 7rJC " Hurrisburg Express, 5:30 " 7:30 " Pittsburg Express, 6:25 " 8--jii " Cincinnati Express, 9:10 " 11.30 " Pacific Express, lldS " .Wa.x Pacific Express, east, en Sunday, when i . Sie ed, will step at Midilletewn, Elizabetlitxf. It. Jey. Landlsvllle. Blrd-ln-Hund. L -in n Place, Gap, Christiana, Parkesburg, C. -ville, Oakland and Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when ila" !. will stqpatDownlngtewn,CoatesvilI-, I'.irki -burg. Mt. Jey, Ellzabethtewn and Middletewti. Mall Ne. 2 west connecting at Lancaster with mail Ne, 1 at 1055 a. m and with Niagara uiid Chicago Express at 11:05 and will run through te Hanover anil will connect ut Columbia wil li train through te Harrisburg via Marietta, Frederick Accommodation, west, connect at Lancaster, with Fast Line, west, at 2:10 v. m.. and will run through te Frederick. T COAX. MAIL ARRANQKMENTS. HOURS FOK CLOSING THE MAILS. BY KAILROAD. Nbw Yerk through mail 7:30 a m, 1230 p m, 4:15 p m and 41:30 p in. Wat Mail, east, 7:30 a m. GeBDOirviLU, Downingtown, Leaman Place, Gup 6 pm. Philadelphia through mail, 7:30 and 8: 15 a in., 130, 4:15 and 11:30 p m. Pittsburgh and west, 1 JO and 1130 p in. Harribbure Mail, la0, am, 130. 5:15 and II.;) pm. Wat Mail, west, 10-30 a m. Baltimore ard Wasuivotev, via Philadel phia, 4:15 p m. Baltimore ahd WASHiweTOir, via Yerk, !: ; m. Baltimore aud Washikotes, via HurrL-.bu i n. 1130 p m. Ceatbsvillr, 4:15 p ni. Columbia, 103 1 a m, 130 and 5:15 p in. Yerk aud Yerk wat, 130 and 1130 p in. Nobtekrh Cestral, 1039 am, 130 mill ll:M ; m. Rxadise. via Reading and Columbia It K, ::" a m and 1230 p m. Keadinq, via Harrisburg, 5:15 and 1130 p in. Readihe wat, via J unction, Lititz, Maiiheiui, East Uempfleld and Ephratu, 3 pm. Quarryville, Cumarge, Refton, New Provi dence, WestWlllew, Lfine Velley and Martins vUle,9:45am,aud5HWpm. New Hellaed, Churchtown, Greenliank Blue Ball, Goedvllle, Beartown, by way of Downingtown, at 730 a m and 6 pm. Safe H akbek, via Columbia, 1030 a m. BY STAGE Mlllersvllle and Sleckwater. t. Sate Harber, daUy, at 4.-U0 p m. Te Mlllersvllle, 8 aud 1130 am. anil 4 p m. Binkley's Bridge, Leuceck, Barevilie, New Helland, 230 pm. Willow Street, Smlthvllle, Buck, Chest nut Level, Green, Peters' Creek, Pleasant Un.vi-, Reck Springs. Folruieunt and Rewlaiitl-viile. Md, daily, at 7 a m. Landis Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Fanner-, ville, Uinkletewn, Terre Hill, Martiiii.u.-. dally, at 230 pm. Fertility, Lampeter and WlKsitlaud Mill-. Strasburg, dally, at 4 p m. Greenland and Soudersburg, te l'.ir.i lite daily, at 4 p m Neflsviire, dally, at 4 pm. New Danville, Conestoga, Marticville. C.le manville. Mount Nebo. Rawlins ville. Leth- :: and Liberty Square, daily, at 230 pm. WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERS . ARRIVING BY BAIL. Eastern mail, 7 i m 1030 a m, 3 and 6:30 p m. Eastern way mall, 1130 a m. Western mull, 7 and 10 a in,. and e30 n in. Reading, via Reading and Columbia, -i.i p m. Western way mall, 830 a m. Reading way mall, 10:30 a m. Quarry vtlle Branch, 8:15 a m and 4 p m. ARRIVING BY STAGE. rem sale ilarlm and MiUersvUlc, at 9 a m, .hilly. Frem Mlllersvllle, 7 and 9 am, and 4 p in. Frem New Helland, at 930 a ui, daily. Frem Rowlandsville, Md, at 230 p n:. Reading way mail, at 1039 a m, dully. Frem Strasburg, at 930 a in, daily. Frem Puraillse te Lancaster, lOu in, daily Frem Neffsvllle, ut 1 p m, daily. Fiem Rawlinsville, at 11 am. DELIVERIES BY CARRIERS. Tiim are four mall deliveries by letter nr rler each day, and ou their return trips iln- take up the mail mutter depesitcl in the letter boxes. Fer the first delivery the carriers leave tin office at 630 am; second delivery at 10 t in ; thinl delivery at 11 a m ; fourth delivery ui 3 . m" SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOURS. On Sunday the pesUitlic-e ut eieu from Apri 1 te October 1, from 8 te 9 a in, and front tl te 7 am; from October I teApril l.frem 9 te 10 a in , and from 6 te 7 p in. BOOTS AND SHOES. -ry k 0"r beets, shoes and lasts riftn X made en a new principle. Insur ing comfort for the feet. TyitTWC Lasts made te order. JdUUIe millejc, tebl4-U 138 East King street. V ( r ! . t- --'.