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V'-t'W "I- ---? fr - 4 ' t"r ft ' J-at- ., v,t l V LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY JULY 28. 1880. "J2 vw. :- .tV C- .t".'S-" Lancaster Intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVEN'O, JULY 28, 1880. The Destruction eftiftwe Ei. Se long as America ceutinued in the oc cupation of the aborigines, the order of nature was apparently but little disturbed. The buffalo and deer, the wild fowl and turkeys, furnished abundant feed te the savages without serious encroachment upon the fertility of nature. Iu savage life Uiere appears te be no wanton or un necessary destruction of the natural means of support. It was reserved for the civilized white man te carry en a wanton war against the bounty of nature, and te kill and destroy, without thought or study of these imperative laws under which nature holds in trust the feed supply of man. Frem the first settlement of the country, the process of eradicating and an nihilating the useful animals, birds and iislicn natural te the country has been car ried en with an energy and success but tee characteristic of the Saxen race. Large tracts of land have been entirely depopu lated of their animals and useful birds. The buffalo en his native plains has be come an object of rare curiosity. Deer are limited te the remoter mountain ranges or extensive tracts of barren weeds. The wild fowl, which swarmed in New Eng land during the first settlement of the country, and for a long time afterwards, have almost disappeared. The last wild turkey was killed iu Massachusetts nearly half a ceutury age. There is probably no sportsman living who has killed a grouse en Martha's Vineyard, the last refuge in the nertliea.it of that most valuable bird. Plover still migrate, though in diminished numbers, from their breeding places in the far North te their winter home in the Seuth, but they carefully avoid the uo;th ue;th castern coasts. Ne one in this generation has seen a wild swan alighting en the waters of Massachusetts. They once abounded there. Even the wild geese find no resting place here, but are expelled ub if they were tramps and vagabonds. Man l)etrey. Nature EcouekIki. Mr. Marsh, in his most interesting and instructive book, " Man and Nature." shows hew spendthrift man has. by his ignorance and neglect of the laws of nature, ruined for the purposes of habita tion large portions of his fair inheritance en the surface of the eatth. The shores of the Mediterranean exhibit te-day, in many places, desolation net due te politi cal or national decay, but te man's reck less abuse ami wanton abstractiveness. Although this may be excused te some ex- tent by the ignorance of former days for study of the relations of nature te man is of very recent date there can be no ex cuse, in our mere enlightened time, when knowledge of all kinds is se accessible, for net only abusing inanimate nature, but for expelling from the earth se many of our living leilew inhabitants, we are net only forewarned by our present knowledge but we have icaseii te believe that earnest .study would in a few years reveal te ub many of the new secret and hidden opera tions of nature. We knew, for example, little of the mysterious arrangements by which nature disposes, after their brief life, of the countless birds and animals born into the world. Mary millions are born annually ; as mauy mil lions must annually die. We see the smaller birds occasionally seized and de veured by the birds of prey ; we knew that the fox, the weasel, the wildcat, and the mink live largely en birds ; but this does int account for their mortality. Hew rare ly we come across dead birds or animals in our walks through the weeds and lields ! Nature is the most decorous of sextons. She lays her countless dead te rest in the besom of the earth noiselessly, and with no trace te offend our senses or our feel ings. Perpetual birth, youth and reno vation are her monuments in her everlast ing cemetery. Man lives surrounded by her living forms : slie gives him little or no hint of the mortality of her children. It is from his own let and his imperfect deal ings with his own decay that mau derives his sad lessens and painful associations with mortality. As wc rarely knew individuals in animal or bird life, these races seem in nature's arrangement immortal. The spring brings them te us with the ceitaiuty and fresh ness of new leaves and flowers. Wc see the leaves and flowers decay ; but, as a general rule, wc have little eoncieusness and scarcely any knowledge of the death and decay of animated nature. Could we knew this, we could greatly enlarge our power of dealing with an animal race, with every probability of increasing their num bers and the average duration of their lives. William Miuet, in International Jlcciarfer AiKjunt, 1880. PllYflCIANS Recommend It. Yuur Thenius' Eelectric Oil commands it largcund lucrcatdng sule, which it richly merit. I have always found it exceedingly helpful : I line It in all cases of Rheumatism, us well as fracture and dislocation. I made use of it myself te calm the pains of a broken leg with dislocation of the loot, and in two days 1 was entirely re lieved from pain. Jes. Khaudin, SI. D. Fer wile by JI. IS. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 39 North QuHeiiMtrcct. Lancaster, Fa. 40 A feel Once Mere. " for ten years my wlfe van confined te her bed with such a complication of iillinentH that no doctor could t:!l what was the mutter or cure Iht. and I ihwl up u .-mull fortune iu humbug fluff, fcix mouth age I ttaw U. S. fluff with Hep Rltle: "ii it. and I thought 1 would bea Joel once mete. I tiled It. but my felly proved te be wihdein. Twe bottles cured her, hli- Is ne'A" a- well and btreug us any mini's wile, and It cost m only two dollar. Such telly pays. H. W., Iictielt, Mich. Jyl5-2wdftw IlBTIIANY, OKTAIIIO. Gkntiikman. I feel It inytuty te say H few word in irgurJ te the great benellt I have re ceived from thr u! of one of the wonders of the world, that Is Ilr.Themah' Kclcctric Oil. I was one tit the greatest sufferers ler about fif teen uientlii with a disease of my ear wlmllar te Ulcers, cant-lng fiitire 'foulness. I tried everything ttm! could be done through medi cal skill, but without relief. I continued using It, and in a short tune, my cur was curuu unu hearing completely restored, I have used this wonderful healer success fully iu climes of liitluuiinutieii of the lungs, Hore threat, coughs ami colds, cuts and bruises, Ac; iu fuel, it is our family medicine. Yours truly, MRS. W. J. LANG, Fer sale by II. It. Cochran, druggist, 137 and 139 North Queen street, Lancaster, l'a. 44 JU USICAL INS IU V3IENTS. THE Without ii fleubt furnish the FINEST IN STRUMENTS in the Market. Wareroeuis 320 North Queen street. Manufactory In the rear. Branch Office, 15 East King Street. fJ .Alex. McKillips, Proprietor. Alse Agent ter Lancaster County for CH1CKERING& SON'S Celebrated PIANOS. A Full Line of Sheet and ether Music, Small Instruments. Violins. Uunjes, Hand Instru ments. &c. always en hand. fl3-lydS&lyw tinware, c- rMKTKICN DOLLARS BUYS A FIRST.CLAKS REFE1KE11AT0R, With Enuuieled Water Tank, at HIIERTZER, HUMPIIREVILLE A KIEFFER'H, Sit. 4ii Kust KfmrKtaf. IjuiMwtflr. Pu. EINANCIAL. TAMES 1SROWN, UKALEB IN STOCKS mid ISends, 01 and 60 llread way. New Yerk. Operations en margin anil by means of privi leges. Information furnished en all matters connected with stock speculation and Invest ment. inl5-lydT-:.ThS A IS. McCANN. AUCTIONEER OF REAL Estate and Personal Proeertv. Orders left at Ne. 35 Charlette struct, or at the Itlack I .. . tt4 1 (I..... I IU V...,l. t I..... a,HnA ! I Heic Hetel, 44 and 4 North Queen street, will I receive mwPlenlle ttended te without additional cost. eSMy hm Many JOCHICAL. pOTO BINGWAITS FOB PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. FRESH GROCERIES, AND THE GREAT MEDICINAL BITTERS. Alse 95 per cent. Alcohol. All at Ne. 205 WEST KINO STREET. Jy23-Cmd HOSTBTTBR'S CELEBRATED Serve an Injunction en Disease By Invigorating a feeble constitution, reno vating a debilitated physique, and enriching a thin and lnnutritleus circulation with Ilostet Ilestet ter's Stomach Bitters, tl:c finest, the most highly sanctioned, unit the most popular tonic and preventive In existence. Fer sale by all Druggists and Dealers gener ally, am 1-lydeedxly w H OSTETTKIfS BITTER'S FOIt SALE AT Leeher's Drug Stere. 9 East King street. NERVINE, OB TONIC SPEUIFICA. A BOON TO BOTn 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 et eid age. Its curative properties in violent and chronic forms of the following diseases have been ut ut tested te by the most Eminent Physicians : Dyspepsia, Self Abnse, Headache. Dizziness. Sexual Exhaustion, Spermaterrhea!, General Debility, lmpetency. Premature Decay, Ac. It has been In use for ever forty years, and Is te-day the most popular remedy for the dis eases abeve mentioned In the WORLD. It can he 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 1836 this remedy has always been sold for a much larger price than that for which It is new seld: but owing te the act that the tlme for the payment of an enormous royalty upon its man u lacturc nas expired, It Is ettered te the sutTeriug of both sexes at one dollar per package, se us te be within the reach of all ; at which price It will, be sent te any address free et further charge. Address DR. WILLIAM YOUNG, 40 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. May be consulted en all diseases by mail. jy2u-6uid&w HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP HOP BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT BIT ERS KR3 ERS ERS ERS KRS ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT TV i.e. J. Is an abselute and irresisti- ERS blc cure for DRUNKENNESS, if Intemperance and the use of Opi um, Tobacco, Narcotics and Stimu lants, removing all taste.dcsirennd habit of using any of them, render ing the taste or desire forunyef them perfectly odious and disgust ing. Giving everyone perfect and Irresistible control of the sobriety of themselves or their friends. It prevents lhatubselittc physical and moral prostration that fellows the sudden breakingotffrein using stimulants or narcotics. Package, prepaid, te cure I te 5 persons, $2. or at your druggist's, $1.75 per bottle. Temperance socle secle tics should recommend it. It is perfectly harmless and never-falling. Hep Bitters Manfacturlng Ce., Rochester, N. Y., Sele Agents. Hep Cough Cure destroys all pain, loosens the cough, quiets the nerves, produces rest, and never falls te cure. The Hep Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, Is superior te all ethers. Cures by absorption. It is perfect ask druggists. The Hep Bitters Mfg. Ce.. of Ro chester, N. Y., only prepare these remedies, also the Hep Bitters, which are In no sense a beverage or Intoxicant, but the Purest and Best Medicine ever made, making mere cures than all ether remedies. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT KRS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT KUS HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT EltS HOP BIT ERS HOP HOP BIT BIT ERS ERS HOP BIT Kits HOP BIT ERS HOP BIT KRS HOP HOP IS IT BIT KltS KRS H MP IUTTEBS FOB MALE AT LOCH- er's Drug Stere, 9 bust King street. Brandy as a Medicine. The following article was voluntarily sent te Mr. H. E. Slaymaker, Agent for Rcigurt's Old Wins Stere, by a prominent practising physi cian et this county, who has extensively used the Brandy referred te In his regular practice. It Is commended te the attention et these af flicted with Indigestion and Dyspepsia. BRANDY ASA MEDICINE. This new much abused Alcohelie .stimulant was never intended as a beverage, but te lit; used us a medicine of great potency iu the cure of some of the destructive diseases which sweep awuy their annual thousands of victims. With u purely philanthropic motive we pre sent te the favorable notice et Invalids espe cially these afflicted with that miserable li case Dyspepsia, u specific ruincdv, which is nothing mere or less limn Brandy. The aged, with feeble appetite nud mere or less debility, will 11 nd this simple, medicine, when used properly, A Sovereign Remedy erull their ills and aches. Be it, hewevci strictly understood that wc prescribe mid use but one article, and that Is REIGARTS OLD BRANDY, Sold by our enterprising young friend, II K SLAYMAKER. This Brandy has steed the icsi ier yeurs, una nas never laiieu. us tar as enr experience extends, and we therefore give It the preference ever ull ether ISmudics, no matter with hew manyjaw-breaking French titles they are branded. One-feiuih of the money that Is yearly thrown awuy fin various Impotent dyspepsia specifics would suffice te buy all the Brandy te cure any tich case or cases. In proof of the curative powers et Reigart's Old Brandy, In cases of Dyspepsia, we can summon nuui hers of witnesses one case in particular we cite: A hard-working tanner had been a ill lc ted with an exhaustive Dyspepsia ter a number of years; his stomach would reject almost every kind of foed: he had sour eructatiens con stantly ue appetite in fact, he was obliged te restrict his diet te crackers and stale bread, and as a beverage he used McU rami's Reet Beer. He Is a Methodist, anil then, as new, S reached at times, and in his discourses often eclainied earnestly against all kinds of strong drink. When advised te try Relgarfa Old Brandy, In his case, he looked up with astonishment, but after hearing of its wonderful effects in the cases of some of his near acquaintances, lie at last consented te fellow our advice. He used the Brandy faithfully and steadily ; the first bottle giving him an appetite, and before the second was taken he was u sound man, with a stomach capable of digesting any t liing which he chose te eat. He still keeps It and uses a lit tle occasionally; and since he ha this medi cine he has been of very llttle pecuniary bene fit te the doctor. A Practising Physician. H. . SLAYMAKER, aeibt vex Reigart's Old Wine Stere, Established in 1788, IMPORTER AHD DEALER IS FINE OLD BRANDIES, SUERUIES, SUPE RIOR OLD MADEIRA, (Imported iu 1818, 1827 and 1828.) CHAMPAGNES O EVERY BRAND, SCOTCH ALE PORTER, BROWN STOUT. Ne. SO EAST KING ST.. LahCASTKK, I'A C"! BA1H SPECULATION T In large or small amounts. $23 or $20,000 Write W. T. SOULE 4 CO.. Cem mission Mer- chants 130 a Balls street C'lilmn III fnrelr TOMB BITTERS WALL PAPERS, Jte. vibe screen:; Made for windows and put np 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 np as above or sold by the feet In any quantity de sired. PAPER HANGINGS In large variety. Seme Odd Lel will be sold verv cheap te close out. PLAIN WINDOW SHADES, all colors and widths. Hollands. Paper Curtains, Fringe?, Leeps, Fixtures, TassMs, Cords, &C-. Patent Extension Cornice, the cheapest, simplest and best ever made. Will fitany window up te live feet In width. Poles In Ebony and Walnut. ORDERS TAKEN FOR FINE PIER AND MANTEL MIRRORS. PHARES W. FRY, Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST. MISVELJjAKEOUS. M ARCUS U. SKHNKK, heuse: carpenter-. Ne. I'M North Prince street. Prompt and particular attention paid te al em Ien and repairs. sl3-ly! CONGRESS HALL, CAPE MAY, N. J. OPEN FOR THE SEASON. H.J. . U. CRUMP, Of the Colonnade Hetel, E. A.GILLKTT, Philadelphia. JyliMOtdced E AGLK CIGAR BOX MANUFACTORY. We have started a new Clirar Bex Manufac tery at Ne. 211 North Queen street, and are new prepared te fill nil orders at the shortest notice. As we have nil the latest improved machinery we will make as fine a box as can be had In the country. Give us a call. BECHTOLD & Ce., Ne. 241 North Queen Street. Je2-tfd Lancaster, Pa. TOTICE TO FISHERMEN. Fishing Tackle In every variety. Bamboo, Cane and Weeden Jointed Reds, Lines, Sink ers, Floats. Heeks, &c. A call solicited. Prices low. ANDREW G. FRET'S City Pharmacy, Cor. N. Queen anil Orange Streets. 10-lyd Lnneaster, Pa. C11TY PLAN. i The following changes In the southeastern aul southwestern sections of Lancaster city are made, as diicctcd by court, and may be seen in the efllte of the Clerk of Quarter Ses BOiis : 1. Hugcr street, cast of Queen street, moved southward. Its width increased teGO feet, ex tends eastward, cutting off a small corner of Woodward Hill cemetery; thence bending north wunl along fence ; thence te Seuth street. 2. Set vr-r -it, eust of Queen, Yerk street, north c. -.. et linger street and adjacent alley, a . -ju 3. WinMi ei south Christian street, from Church street te Middle street, Is changed te 14 feet. 4. Seuth Duke street, at southeast corner or King, narrowed 18 inches te conform te pres ent width. fl. Plum street extended south want te Jehn street of width of 39 feet, and Jehn street, from King street te Plum street, narrowed te 2)leet, us ntpresent. (!. Woodward street widened te 40 feet, as new laid out. 7. Beaver street, at southwest corner of Con Cen Con estega street, narrowed one feet, making it as at present. 8. High street continued te Mllllin alley, ami thence te Mulberry street; Mitllin alley wid ened en north side te the width of High street. 9. Water street continued southward from German street te the line et old Water street, deflecting te the west. 10. Hugcr street, westward from Queen street, te the bend near Leve Lane, narrowed te 33 leet. 11. Alley west or Prince street, from Andrew street te Furnace street, narrowed te 14 feet, and runs parallel te and 150 feet west of Prince street. 12. Pearl street, from Columbia avenue te Muner street, widened 80 feet, and east line thereof moved eastward along Columbia ave nue, 102 feet 9 inches. The street, as changed, starts at Columbia avenue, directly oppesile College avenue,and continues parallel te Pearl tt.'eet, as laid nut en original plan. 13. The alley between Columbia avenue and First street moved senthward 40 feet, between Pearl street and West End h venue. These changes, us made, will be adopted, un less exceptions are filed en or before the third Monday in August next. By order of the Court. Attest : G EO. W. E A It Y, Deputy Clerk Quarter Sessions. jyl-eawdtnuglG THE LANCASTER Weekly Intelligencer ha been enlarged te a DOUBLE SHEET, Of Eight Columns te the Page, making-it nearly Deuble its For Fer mer Size, and the Largest Novspaeer in the State. ITS StltlSORIPTION PRICK RKMAIXS THE 8 A 31 K. $2.00 A YEAR, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. THE INTELLIGENCER, IS ONE OF THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPERS OF THE COUNTRY. It will contain n prompt report of everything of political and general interest, and its large size will enable It te give all Interesting matter In full. The following terms are offered ler subscrfp tlens, CASH IN ADVANCE, from this date until utter the election. C)n..1 nnt.. Ten copies fit) Twenty-tiYecop!cs,teonopostoffice.35 fill n,3 fkitfall SINGLE SHEET. We also publish a single sheet paper, j list hat f the size of the regular .edition, tilled with gen eral and political news, hut emitting the local int'dllirence of the county, at SI. 2.1 a year, al ways in advance. This edition will be issued Fer the Cam pain at Very Lew Rates. It will contain full reports 'of the political situation in the wneie country; speeches and letters et value, reports of meetings, editorial comments, nud a complete abstract of the news ei me euy, legctucr witn miscellaneous matter et KeiK-in! Interest. It will be a live sheet, lending an aggressive campaign for the Dciuectatic tickets. Following are the low rates for clubs UNTIL ArTEKTHE ELECTION. One copy, 40cts. Ten copies, 35 cts. each. Twenty-five copies, te eue posteftieo 25 " " YEAliLY BATES. One copy, 9 1.25 Five copies,, 5.50 Ten " ;. 10.00 Address with remittance STEINMAN & HENSEL, LANCASTER, PA. SEW GOODS EOE THE SFSQSTG TRADE, AT GTHSTD AKEJR'S. LADIES, for New, Desirable and Cheap Embroideries, Ruffling, Cotten Trimmings, Rucliings, Black Silk Fringes, Satius, Black and Colored, Silks, Buttens, all Kinds, Corsets, Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Hosiery, &c, call at GTJNDAKER'S. Fer a Geed and Cheap Crape Bennet or Hat, Crape by the yard, Crape Veils, Linen Cellars and Cufts, call at GUN DAKER'S. Ladies, we will open te-day all the Latest Novelties in Millinery, &e., call and examine our stock, at GUNDAKERB, 142 & 144 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. J. C. HTTGKHTON'S LIVEEY, SALE & EXCHANGE STABLE, Ne. 112 Seuth Queen Street, in the Bear of Erisman's Hetel. Where gentlcmeu will find 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 HARRY HAUGHTON, Shep in the rear of the Stable. Alse Horses and Mules constantly bought, sold and exchanged. STABLE 112 SOUTH QUEEN STREET, LEGAL NOTICES. ESTATE OF UEKMAN MILLER, LATE of the city of Lancaster, Lancaster coun ty, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, ap pointed te distribute the balance remaining in the hands of Louisa Miller and C. F. Sleber, executers of the will of said Herman Miller, deceased, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose en SAT URDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880, lit 10 o'clock a. m., In the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, In the city of Lancaster, where all persons interested In said distribution may attend. OEOUGE NAUMAK, JyD-Ctdeaw Auditor. SSIGNE1) ESTATE OF MICHAEL H- SHIRK and wife, of East Cocalico town ship. The undersigned Auditors appointed te distribute the balance remaining in the hands of Israel W. Mentzer and Daniel Nissley, as signees for the benefit of creditors, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880, at 10 o'clock, a. in., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse, In the City of Lan caster, where all persons interested In said distribution may attend. AND. M. FEANTZ, A. J. EltEKLY, THOMAS J. DAVIS, Jyl3-4tdeaw Auditors. EaTATE OF ELIZABETH UOBBECUT, late et Lancaster city, l'a., deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed te distribute the balance remaining in the hands et Wm. H. Gorrecht and Mrs. Ann L. Gall, executers et the last will and testament of said Elizabeth Gorrecht, deceased, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose en SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880, at 2 o'clock Fi. in., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse, n the city of Lancaster, where all persons In terested in said distribution may attend. A.J. EBERLY, jy9-4tdeaw Auditor. ESTATE OF LEWIS HE1TINO, SB. late of Lancaster city, deceased. The un dersigned Auditor, appointed tedlstribntc the balance remaining m the hands of Martin Kempf, trustee te sell the real estate of said decedent, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose en TUES DAY', AUGUST 10, 1SS0, at 2 o'clock p.m., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, in the city of Lancaster, where nil persons interested ! n said distribution may attend. I G. C. KENNEDY', ' Jy3-4tdeaw Auditor. I INSTATE OF PHILIP SCHUM, LATE OF j li the city of Lancaster, deceased. Letters of admlst ration en said estate having been ; granted te the undersigned, all persons in I debted thereto are requested te make imme I dlate settlement, and these having claims or i demands against the same will present them ! wiiueut uciay ier seuiement te tne under signed, residing in said citv. JOHN E. SCIIUM, CHARLES HOLTZWARTH, M. Brosius, Administrators. J. B. Geed, Att'ys. Jy21-6tdeaw ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ANDREW JOIIE nnd wife, et East Lampeter township. The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis tribute the balance remaining in the hands of Calvin Cooper, Assignee, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit ler that purpose en THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. in., in the Library Roem et the Court Heuse, In the city of Lancaster, where all persons interested In said distri bution may attend. JNO. A. COYLE, jyl44tdeaw Auditor. E STATE OF DB.-HENJAM1N MISHLKB. late of Lancaster City, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or phans' Court et Lancaster county. Pa., te dis tribute the balance remaining In the hands of Elizabeth Mishler, Administratis et said de ceased, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will attend for that purpose ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11th, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, In City et Lancaster, Pa., where all persons In terested In said distribution may attend. Jyl04tdlaw B. F. DAVIS, Auditor. INSTATE OF MARY CRAMER, LATE OF Ii Strasburg, Lancaster county, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis tribute the snare given te Catharine Cramer, dcccised, during her life. In the estate of said Marv Cramer, deceased, te and among these legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose- en TUESDAY, the 10th day et AUGUST, 18S0, at 10 o'clock a. m.. In the Library Roem et the Court Heuse, In the city Lancaster, where all persons interested In said distribution may attend. JI1AS. It. Klli ,, Je28-3tdv3tw Auditor. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF Lancaster Comity. Mary A. Miller by her next") friend, Elizabeth Huber, I Feb. Term, 1880. vs. f Ne. 15. Benjamin Miller. J And new Dec. 23, 1879, en mo tion of Samuel II. Price, esq., the Court appoint Jno. Amweg, esq., examiner, te take testimony. Attest: E. McMKLLEN, Prothenotary. Benjamin Miller, take notice that deposition of witnesses will be taken en behalf of the plaintill, en the 12th day of AUGUST, 1880, be tween the Hours et 10 o'clock u. in. and 3 o'clock p. m. of said day, ut my office, Ne. 22 Seuth Duke street, I -an caster. Pa., when and where you may attend If you think proper. JNO. M. AMWEG, jy22-3tdeaw Examiner. TN TUE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF J-. . Lancaster county. nlen National MtJeyBnuk ) Jan. Term, 1880. vj. Ne.:B. Henry Kurtz. ) Ex. Dec. The undersigned Auditor, appointed te dis tribute " the money secured by mortgage, exe cuted te W alter M.Frankltn,csq.," being of the proceeds from the sale of the above named de fendant's real estate, te and among such lien creditor or creditors as may be legally entitled te the same, will sit for that purpose en WED NESDAY, the Uth day of AUGUST, 1880, at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the Library Roem of the Court Heuse, In the City et Lancaster, where all persons Interested in said distribution may attend. NEWTON LIGHTNER, jytMteaw Auditor. REMOVALS. DU. S. It. FOREMAN, (PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON), Removed from Ne. 18 Seuth Prince street te Ne. 211 West King street, Lancaster, Pa. Iin04-3md ENGINES AND MACHINERY Of all Kinds, repaired at Short Netice. IRON AND BRASS CASK Al PATTERNS MADE TO ORDER. BRASS BOXES, PACKING RINGS. GLOBE VALVES, Or all Sizes. All Kinds of BRASS AND IRON VALVES AND BEER SPIGOTS REPAIRED V Foundry and Hachine Shep rear of W D. Sprecher 4 Sen's Seed Stere, Grant and Christum streets. JOS. H. HUBHR. alT-SmdS OXDJUZEff, JtC NEW LITERT STABLE. WATCHES, Among the many advantages gained by our change of business location, an important one is the enlarged, rooms and improved fa cilities of our REPAIR DEPARTMENT. With our present corps of skilled mechanics and complete equipment of machinery and tools we are are prepared te execute and warrant all work en trusted te us. WATCH REPAIRING, MUSICAL BOX RETAINING, OLOOK REPAIRING, JEWELRY JOBBING, MONOGRAM INSCRIPTION AND ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING. &c. A great variety of new work in original designs will be produced in our own manufactory. Any orders for specialties will be filled at short notiee and te the satisfaction of our customers. Old Geld or Silver bought, taken in exchange, or made into new goods. H. Z. RHOADS & BRO., Jewelers, Ne. 4 West King Street. SPECIAL EDW. J. ZAHIVt, JEWELER, -ZAHJyTS CORNER, LANCASTER, PA. : :e: Our largely Increased business makes It necessary for us te enlarge our store room. Te make room for the alterations w centemplate, we will close out as much of our stork as pe siblu, between tilt date and the 10th or AUGUST, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. This etTer applies te any article In enr extensive steek EXCEPT SPECTACLES, and il Allerdall who desire goods In our line a rare opportunity te buy from Hrst-clns steek at un usually low price!. ZAHMS CORNER. CLOTHING. A FACT WOETI THE REPUTATION OP THE A. C. YATES & CO. FULLY ESTABLISHED. :e: Four Years or Success In Producing First-Chist CLOTHING. :e: INCREASING SALES AND SPREADING POPULARITY THE RESULT OP OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE THE PUBLIC. AN OPEN DOOR TO ALL AT THE LEDGER! SZ&zr 1 BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, THE FINEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN AMERICA. ROBES, BLANKETS, JtC. s; IGN OF THB BUFFALO HEAD. ROBES 1 ROBES!! BLANKETS! BLANKETS 1 ! 1 luive new en hand the Larebst. Best am d Ciikapbst AsseRTHKiT of Lined and Unllncd BUFFALO ROBES In the city. Alse LAP AND HORSE BLANKETS of every descrip tion. A full line of Trunks and Satchels, Harness, Whips, Cellars, 49Repalrlng neatly and promptly done.- A. MILEY, lOtt North Oweew St., Lancaster, i etf-lydMW&S EDUCATIONAL. 1'HK ACADEMIC CONNECTED WITH . Franklin and Marshall College eilers su Serter advantages te young men and boys who esire either teprepare for college or te obtain a uioreugu acauemic education, stuuents re ceived at any time during the school year Send for circulars. Address REV. JAMES CRAWFORD, ctll-lV'i Lancaster. Pa. A LLENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE. Under auspices et Reformed church. De signed for the literary and religious education or Ladles. Best facilities for Music, Drawing, Painting and Modern Languages. Location healthful. Terms moderate. Thirteenth year will begin SEPTEMBER 6. Fer Catalogue address REV. W. R. HOFFORD, A. M., )yl7-12td President, Allcntewn, Pa. ATTORNETS-AT-LAW HENBY A. BILKT Attorney and Counseller-at-Lw' 21 Park Rew. New Yerk. Collections made In all parts of the United States, and a general legal business transacted. Meiers ey permission te stemmim m tiensei. JEWELRY, Jte. NOTICE. -:e:- LANCASTER, PA. REMEMBEEIM! GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE OF- HRY aOOHS. ILACK SILKS! HLACK SILKS! We call particular attention te our Large Stock of BLACK SILKS bought at Importer's Sales In New Yerk and Philadelphia, which wc are eirering at priees that defy competition. Al.se. BLACK CASHMERES, In all Grades and Qualities. Our .Vie. qualify Is the best oversold for the money. The attention of Hetel Keepers and ethers I called te a large let of SAMPLE TOWELS, which we are closing at Lew Prices. FAHUESTOCK'S, CHEAP DRY GOODS HOUSE, Next Doer te the Court Hiium. CARPETS. H. S. SHIRK'S CARPET HALL, 203 WEST KING STREET, Mas tlsn Largest and Cheapest Stock et all kinds of CARPETS In Lancaster, ever 100 Pieces of Brussels en hand, as low as Sl.OO and upwards. Carpets;made te order at short notice. Will also pay iu cents ter Extra Carpet Rags. tS'Glvc ns a trial. 202 WEST KING STREET. TKATEUSKS' UVLDE. iANCASTEB AND 3IILLEKSVILLE R. K j Cars run as fellows : Leave Lancatser P. R. Depot), at 7, 9, ana ll:Si) a. m., and 2, 4. 6 and S:30 p. m., except en Saturday, when the last car leaves ut 930 p. in. Leave Millersville (lower end) at 9, 8, and a. M., and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. Cars run daily en above tiine except en Sun day. CIOLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT B. B J Trains new run regularl y en the Columbia and Pert Deposit Railroad en the following nine: Stations Nektu- Express.Express. Aceen. Pert Deposit Peachbottem Kite's Eddy. McCall's Ferry.... Shenk's Ferry. Safe Harber. Columbia , 6:35 7:12 7:25 7::S7 7:54 7-J'J S:3D 3:50 4:24 4:35 4:46 5:01 5:0t 5:35 ioe 3:18 3-39 4:00 4:34 5:K 6.20 Stations Sectii- WARD. ExpreMi. Express. ACCOlIl. A.X. A.M. v. M. Columbia Safe Harber. Shenk's Ferrv 10:53 Hri3 11:2 11:41 U:5t; r. m. It07 0:20 6:19 6:5 7:ii9 7:20 r. 3t. 7:32 S:iC 7:50 AT9M LelMO 9:51 10r25 10:46 11.07 P.M. 12:25 McCall's Ferry rues f.uuy...... Peachbottem.... Pert Deposit... I i1:ir "P CADING AND CWLUUHIA RAILROAD XV On and after MONO AT. MAY. lOru, 1J80, pas: eager trains will run en Huh read :uh lel- TU.UN3 Ceisu Seuth. P.M. P.M. Leading,. ... ........ Ceiithnlds, , lLuhruta, , Akren , Litiz, Munheiiu I.aue:i?ter JimnUiiu,., LanilUvilU, Columbia, , Dillerville, I.anea-ter, King Street, llaruith, Wi-ft Willow liaumgurdiigr, Peijueu, Kelt en New Previdencv, Hess, Quarry ville 6:10 6:15 7:03 7:t 7:25 7:36 7:15 7:50 8:20 8:( 8:10 8:20 8:31 8:42 8:47 8:55 9:01 9:12 9:19 5:20 5:20 52 il:0:S 6:09 6:17 6:.r. 6:3:) 6:51 7:10 Tcains Geixn North. A.M. A.M. 7:30 11:55 V.M. :0I 11:11 S:1S 12:10 8:21 12:15 !:43 1:02 9:02 1:13 9:115 1:40 9:li; 1::'.0 9:40 2.0'. 9:27 02 9:33 2:l 9-.4.1 9:5 .... 10:05 10:09 10:17 .... lerJB .... 0:4 . . 10:42 .... 10-.50 A. M. P. M. P. M. :45 .... 2.S5 62 .... 2.41 :59 .... 2:48 7:11 .... 2:59 7:1S .... 3:05 7:26 .... 3:13 7:32 .... 3:18 7:41 .... 3:26 7:55 .... 3:40 8:05 1:00 3M 8:08 1:03 3:53 7:55 1:05 3:40 S:.J 1:30 4.04 S-!0 1:25 4:15 8:19 1:48 4:20 9:00 2:00 4:30 9:16 2:18 4:47 !:23 2:25 4:53 9:12 2:46 5:14 pfcOS 3:20 5:50 guairyville, :4. 2.55 7:50 He:.-, 62 .... 2.41 7:5S New Providence, 6:59 .... 2:48 8:13 Helten, 7:11 2:59 8:27 I'eii'.iea, 7:1S .... 3:05 8:35 Rauingardacr, 7:26 3:13 8:13 Wet Willow, 7:32 3:18 8:19 H:tnul 7:41 3:26 9:00 KiugMieet, 7:55 3:40 9:20 LaiietLStcr, 8:05 1:00 3:50 9:30 Dillerville, Columbia I.anili.iville, Lmuiteter J unction,... Mauhcim, Akren, Kphrata, l'cin!ieI(Uv:ll, IB-ailing Trains connect al Keading with trains te and from Phitaitriphis, Pettsviile, Harrwburg, AI AI leulewii and Nuw Yerk. At Columbia with truiiw tumid from Yerk, Uanercr, Gettysburg, Frederick and I lilt! me re. A. it. WILSON. Supt. LJ IJS5S Y L VAN I A RAILROAD NEW SCHEHULE On ami after SUNDAV MAY 'Jr.'tl, l.sye, trains en the Pennsylvania Cailread willurrive and leave the l.anrat.v and rhil.liirlpliiu depots as fellow-: KAsrn'Ar.D. Leave Arrive Lane'ter Philad'a 2:10 a.m. 4:15 a.m. 5:20 " 7:10 " 7:30 " 8:05 10:10 "' 8:45 " 9:10 " 12:01 r 1:05 " 1:10 p.m. 3:15 " 2:0 " 5:00 " 3:05 " 5:30 " 1:41 " 6:15 " 6:25 " 9SII " Leavi- Arrive Philad'a lme'li-r 12:30 a.m. 5:oea.m. 8:00 ' liR.15 ' 11:07 " 9:00 ' 11:05 " 8:90 ' 10:55 " 11:50 " 2:K p.m. 2:15 ' '.'.'.'. 2-.50 " 1:M p.m. 5:15 " 1:00 " 7:2C " 5:30 " 7:30 " 0:25 " 8:50 " 9:11 11.30 " 11:55 " 2.10 A.M. i'hii.'ulelpaia Bxpiv.-.i Fast Line, Yerk Aeceu. Arrives; Ilarrisjinrg Express, Dillsi'villeAccam. Arrives, Columbia Areeinui ednt Ien, Frederick Accem. Arrives, Paeitie Express, Sunday Mail, Jehn-town Express, Iav Kxnr Ilarrisburg Aceoiumeibit'ii. Wist w a an. Way Passenger, Mail Train Ne. l,r ia Mt.Jej-, Mail Train Xe.2,via Cnl'bia. Niagara A Chicago Express Sunday .Mail, Fast Line, Frederick Accommodation, Dillerville l.ecal.via Mt.Jey Ilarrihiirg Accwmmedat'n. Columbia ccow.nielntiim. Ilurrisbnrg Expre.-s, Pittsburg K.xpre-s Cincinnati Express, Pacific Express, 1'aeilie Expre.-s. east, en Sunday, when Hag ged, will .step at Middletown, ElizahcthteMru Mt. Jey, Landi-ville, Rird-in-iland, Lcman Place, Gap, Chri-ti.uia, Parkesburg, Coatrs Ceatrs villc, Oaklaml and Glen Lech. Fast Line, west, en Sunday, when flagged, will step at l)owningtewii,Coate-,ville. ParUes buig. Mt.Jey, F.liuhuthtnwii and. Middletown. Mai! Ne. Sweat L-enncctlngut luicnsterwitli mail Ne, I at f():."a. m, . and with Niagara and Chicago Exprc t at lhtu and will run through te Hanover una will ceuneet.it Columbia with train through te ilarrisliurg itn Marietta, Fredcrieli Ac'jommedation, west.eeiinect-al Lancaster, with Fa-t Line, we-it, at 2:10 p.m., and w ill run through te Frederick. I COAL MAIL ARBANGEMENTi. HOCUS FOR CLOSING THE MAILS. BY RA1LKOAI). Nkw Yerk throceh mail 7:30 a m, 12:30 p in, 4:15 p m and 11:30 p m. Wat Mail, east, 7:30 a m. Gordonville, Downingtown, Lcaman Place, Gap 6 p in. Philadelphia through mall, 7:30 and 8:1.1 a in.. 12:30, 4:15 and 11:30 p m. PiTTsnunen and west, 1:30 and 11:.'!0 p m. llAititisuL'KU Hail, 10:30,a m, 1:30, 5:15 and l:M p in. Wav Mail, we.t, lOUJani. IfALTiMer.s and Washikotex, via l'liiladel phia, 4:15 pm. Ualtimeiik a Wasiiikotei, via Yerk, I:3n p in. ISaltimebkasu Wasuinotem, vlallarrttburg, 11:30 pm. Ceati-svillu, 1:15 p m. Celumhia, 10:31 a in, 1:30 and 5:15 p m. Yerk asd Yerk way, 1:3d and 11SW p in. NeRTuaiiN Cbstkal, 10:30 am, Ide and 1 1 ::a p in. Ueaiuku. via Reading and Colombia It R, 7:30 a in and 12:30 n in. Ueaiusu. via Harrisburg, 5:15 and 11:30 pm. Ui:ai)IMway, via Junction, Lititz, Muulieim, Exst llciuplielil and Ephr.it:i, 3 p in. (Jcarkyville, Cainarge, Reflen, New Provi dence, West Willow. Lime Valley and Martins ville, 9:45 a m, and 5:00 p in. Nkw Helland, Chureiitewn, Greenbauk Rlue Rail, Uoedville, Reartewn, by way vt Downingtown, at l::v a in uud 6 p m. feAi'R iiakrei:, via ijeiimiDia, iui.aiam. RY -STAGE .Millersville amlSlackwater. te Sale Harber, daily, at 4:00 p m. Te Millcrsvilie, 8 and 11:30 a m. and 4 p m. l'iuklcy's Itridge, Lcaceck, Ifareville, New Helland, 2:30 pm. Willow Street, SiuJthvll!v Rnck, Chestnut Level, Green, leter' Creek, Pleasant Greve, Reck Springs. Fail-mount and Rowlandsville, Md, daily, at 7 a m. Laadis Valley, Oregon, West Earl. Farmer., ville, Hinlcletewn, Terre Hill, Martindale, dally, at 2:.'X p m. Fertility, liiupeterand Wheatland Mills. ( Str.wliurg, daily, at 4 p in. Greenland and Suudersburg, te l'ar.itlisu daily, at 4 p in.. Neli'nville, flaily, at I pin. New Danville, Conestoga, Marticville, CYJe niauvillc, Mount Nebo. Rawlinsville. Rethea.ia and Libi'i-ty -Siiuare. daily, ut 2:30 p in. WHEN OPEN FOR DELIVERY. ARRIVING RY RAIL. Eastern mail, 7 a m W-;.Z) a m, 3 and 6:30 p in. Eastern way mail, 11:30 a m. Western mail, 7 and 10 a in, 2and6:30n in. Reading, via Keading and Columbia, 2:30 p m. Western way mail, 8:30 a m. Keading way mail, U):.V a m. Quarry villi: ISranch, 8:15 a m and 4 p m. ARRIVING RY. STAGE. Frem Sale Ilarbe and MilIersvilIe,aL9aiu, ilaily. Frem Millersville, 7 ami 9 a m, and I p in. Frem New Helland, at 9:30a m, daily. Frem RewIamUville, Md,at2:.i0 p n:. Reading vray 'nail, at 10:30a in, daily. Frem Stmsliurg, at 9:30 a m, daily. Frem Panuli-ete fuieaster, 10 am, dally Fiein Nell'sville. at 1 p in, daily. tieni Kawiinsviiie, ai ii am. DELIVERIES RY CARRIERS. There are four mail deliveries by letter ear riei-s each day, and en their return trips they take up the mail matter deiKMiteil iu tlie letter boxes. Fer the lirst delivery the carriers leave the elllce at 6.: a m; second delivery at 10 u m; third dcliviryat 11 a m; fourth delivery at 3 p m. SUNDAY POSTOFFICE HOUIW. On Sunday the piHleilice is open from Apri 1 te October 1, from 8 te 9 a m, and from 6 te 7 am; from October 1 teApril l.freiu 9te 10a in, ami from 6 te 7 1 m. HOOT AXIt SHOES. 1? A CV HOOTS. SHOES ANI LASTS uia'lu en a new principle, insur ing com ier i ier me leet. Lasts mailn te enlcr. MILLER, K3 East King street. BOOTS icbit-tr.i 1 I iv t I--- -r -' .. r ' j V.-t-t- Jf .T'--''