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LANCASTER DAILY lNTEmGMRHC80AY J AUGUST 12, 1880. f curring sheds arc like some seen in Che mung, nothing extra, but many arc build ins new and model ones after the following pattern : There is a basement cellar dug and stoned up niue feet deep, or say five feet under ground and four feet above, upon which the frame superstructure is placed. There are windows placed at proper distances in the cellar walls. Over this cellar there is a permanent fleer placed with trap doers, the fleer built strong enough te held a team and leaded wngen. At proper intervals joists arc placed en the upper tiers te place the lath with the tobac co hung. After the tobacco is sufficiently wired, and when the grower is ready te strip, he docs net have te wait for a damp day, but will take his tobacco and let it down through the trap doers and hang it in the ccllar where it will sufficiently moisten te strip. Anether advantage from the eel Jar and trap doers is, if the curing season is very dry they can eieii the doers and let 1 he moisture from the cellar up through the tobacco, which causes the tobacco te cmc a mere even and darker color, with les danger of white veins. Their sheds are high enough te hang from three te six tiers. The driveway is always in the mid dle or the shed. The weather bearding is usually tengucd and grooved and placed horizontally, and at the bottom of each licr a ventilation is inadc.nlse horizontally, fastened with hinges ami an upright lower attachment en them, se a man can open and close the ventilators en one bent at one moment. ICKCKLLSS msivist:. A Uruiiken Ceunlrj man's Kxicnlve Villi- Jtebcrl Newsbaum, a German, residing in Manheim, came te town yesterday with his wife and child. During the afternoon he get drunk, and taking a friend in his buggy drove around the city at a high rate of speed. They escaped an est then as they were net seen by the police. In the even ing Rebert leaded up his wife and started home. Hedievcup Seuth Queen .street :it a furious r.tic, and turning around the pile of IJcigia.. uleckn, in Centre Square, which he a!m..-i touched, he started up North Queen : 1..0I. He wastoe drunk te !,;e that, work .a. being done en this .street, se bcfi,.c hi, knew where he was his horse was standing en the track, in front of the Mi.ssc.-. Wiley's trimming store and his buggy was in the ditch. He was assisted out of this pLiccand he then start ed down West Ming, driving as fast as his horse could go. In turning the corner at Prince street he d 1.1 vc upon the pave ment in front- of Mie.sse's confectionary mid the horse almost, ran into the store. A nmuber of people saw that the man was ioedrunl: te drive, se a young man named ripindier caught held of the horse near the 4pcra house and held him fast. A large crowd gathered, and Newsbaum threatened te sheet Snindlcr. He made .1 great deal of noise, and his wife was se frightened by .the crowd and the capers of her husband that she began crying. Officer Cey le seen arrived, and, after unhitching the horse and putting 31 r: . Newsbaum in a place of safety, he took the drunken man te the station house. Mrs. Newsbaum and child were afterwards taken te their home by a man who was mere capable of driving than Hubert. This morning liebert was taken before Al dcrmali MeConemy en charges of drunken and disorderly conduct and reckless driv ing. He paid a fine of $." and t.ie ce.-tsin both suits and was then discharged. He was perfectly sober this morning and was net able te tell a very clear story, lie claimed that he was unable te drink much Leer and had only three glasses yc.-terday. lie had SIS when arrested, se he had no trouble te pay the line and costs, lie says he will never come te Lancaster again, fnlcss he can keep sober it. will be a geed thing if he does net visit us often. Supposed Chicken TliicT ArrrMcil. About half-past live o'clock this morning Albert Arndt, about 50 years of age, was arrested near the Heading depot by Officer Lentz. lie had a basket with him in which were seven live chickens, which are believed te have been stolen. Twe of the -chickens arc while, three of them yellow find one half Shanghai. It is thought that the chickens were taken somewhere in Man hcim township and persons who arc minus any should call en Officer Lentz. Arndt is a man about 30 years of age, and he has been in jail several time?, once for steal ing leather and another time for stealing poultry. Ter some time past he lias been seen making trips te the cenntry, return ing early in the morning. He always car ried a basket. Vhen ancstcd this morn ing he teld the officer that he had bought the chickens. The officer searched him and found that he did net have any pockets hi his clothing. He was then asked where he kept his money but lie was unable te answer that conundrum. lie was held in default of bail for a hearing before Alder man MeConemy. OurJap. Mr. Massalaka Yamanaka, the Japa nese student of Franklin and Marshall col lege, has been visiting Yerk, and the Ihtlhj speaks of him as using the English lan guage with surpassing case and dexterity, and with nearly the same fluency and ac curacy as a native American. He has sjient 0110 year in the college, and is new thor oughly prepared in the mathematics and classics, te enter the Freshmen class. His design is te graduate and then go back te his native country and instruct his people in the English language. He is delighted with America, but has tee much attach ment te the land of his nativity and his people te make this country his permanent home. flic Marietta Democracy. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Marietta Hancock and English club was held at the club room last evening. After the regular routine of business had been gene through with Senater Wallace's spcecch at Norristown was read, after which Mr. J. A. Welfeisbcrger was called en for an address and he responded, in a short but telling speech, which was greeted with applause. Among the audience were fcvcral Re publicans who have recently become con verts te Democracy. On Saturday the veterans held their meeting. They new number nearly one hundred. The Marietta Democrats are alive and a geed account may be expected from them en the 2d of November next. Well Fixed. A well arranged fishing party left town this morning for Reckville. Among these participating were Harry Albright, Park Crawford, William Kiel, Charles Yeckcr, and David Killingcr. Fer fear they would oversleep themselves, they sat up all night. Manager Albright had each man's bait counted effin separate boxes te avoid con fusion. A novel feature of the day will be a watermelon Jcating match between Cham Cham peon Crawford and Kiel, the loser te pay for the supply for the party. A WEST KINO STREET FEACAS. One Man Injured and Twe Men Locked Up. Last night about ten o'clock a distur bance took place en "West King street, a clmrt-. (liKfnnmlmlnw CVntrft Rnuare. Seme two weeks age two men registering them selves as U. L-. JNerturup auunouen-jjiace, of Cincinnati, took rooms at the Cooper Heuse. They aflccted te put en a geed deal of style, and nothing was quite geed enough for them. They were needle ped lers, selling a package of needles for 25 cents, each package containing a "prize" from a three-cent piece up te geld dollar se they said. At the hotel, it is said they were insolent, insulted the cham bermaids and waiters, and one 01 them spit upon one of the estlers. Last night, outside the hotel, they get into an alterca tion with Jonas A. Geedman, a estler, and Northrup stiuckhim in the mouth with a paving stone, splitting his lip open and knocking out several of his teeth. They then ran off, and Geedman, who is a stout young fellow, followed them, calling for the police. In Centre Square Blace was captured by Private Watchman Eris man, and Geedman, who was close at his heels, net knowing that Erisman was an officer, struck Blace. Officer McDcvitt came te Erisman's assistance, and both Blace and Geedman were arrested and taken te the station house. Geedman was at once released en bail. This morning Northrup was also arrested, and both he and Blace were sent te jail te await a hearing 011 a charge of assault and battery preferred against them by Geedman. Maa Dugs. The cry of "mad deg" still continues in this city, and notwithstanding the mayor's proclamation ordciingalldegstobc penned up or muzzled, there are a number still tunning al large, some of them exhibiting symptoms of rabies and biting everything 1 hat conies in their way and etheis biting icople apparently in " pure cussedncss." Kauffman I)euu:!i this morning saw a black and tan terrier ou the street snap ping at everything cii its way, and it was seen te bite two r thrce muzzled dogs. Mr. Dculsch netillcd Officer Ceylc, and taking him in a carriage, the two followed the deg and overtook him en Seuth Water street where the officer shot and killed him. It is reported that a little boy named Hum phrey villc was attacked and bitten yester day by a deg belonging te Jehn McManus. This morning a little boy whose name is net given, was severely bitten in the hand 1 by a deg belonging te Iredenck Auxer, i residing en the New Helland turnpike, op posite Lancaster cemetery. Sheet the i dogs. This morning a small yellow deg stii stii pesed te be mad, bit a small boy at the tell gale en the Millersville pike, after which he went en out the pike in the direction of Miller3ville. Loek out for him. 1K GOLYKIt JUKETINC1. .lake Aimvakc is Again Heard Frem. Last evening the Republicans held a inciting at West Willow. The attendance was very small and speeches were made by a brilliant, quartette consisting of J. B. Amwake, W. I). Weaver, Charles It. Kline, and Benjamin F. Gruff, ceus. Weaver made his same old speech which he had written at the beginning of the campaign and which he will deliver, with a few variations, until after the election. Jake Amwake made an other of his "telling" speeches jn language that would make Jee Emmet turn green with envy. He had belter luck than at the meeting in this city en Tuesday evening, as the audience raised enough tobacco te last him for several weeks. Charlie Kline made the Greatest Effert of His Life and Mr. G roll's speech was very short. The Marticville band endeavored le enliven the occasion. Fingers Crushed and Cat Off. This 11101 ning Sarah Norris, aged about 11 years and residing en Conestoga street, had her hand caught in seme gearing at Ne. 1 cotton mill, where she is employed. The little finger was badly crushed. Dr. Hekums dressed the wound. This morning Charles Miller, son of Mrs. Louisa Miller, while working at the soap and candle factory, Seuth Water street, had the middle finger of the left hand se badly crushed between the plates of a soap press that the finger had te be taken off at the first joint. Dr. Bolenius performed the amputation. An Octogenarian. III noticing the ether clay some of the old people residing in the lower end of the county, we emitted te make mention of Mrs. Jane Wilsen new in the 84th year of her age. She resides in Little Britian township, with her son J. IT. Wilsen. She is in geed health and very active for a woman of her advanced age. She attends te household duties, and recently with her own hands made three large cheeses. Patent Obtained. J. M. Witmcr, of Quarryville, obtained a patent te-day for an improvement in telegraph keys through Wm. R. Gcrhart, solicitor of patents, this city. The pur pose of the invention and the object it will serve is te prevent the frequently occur eccur ing disconnection of the main wire with the office. Held Fer Postage. Letters addressed te Jeseph Bed net, By By erstewn, Lancaster county, Pa.; P. B. Herner, Northern Liberty Market, near feet of Callowhill street, Philadelphia ; and Jehn Blackwood, Fortuity, Lancaster county, are held in the posteffico for pest- Anether Prostrate Pele. The pole which Senater Mylin would net give the Seventh ward boys because they were Democrats, still lies prostrate at the Duke .street dumps, where the Republicans have been for semadays past endeavoring te elevate it. They are going te make an other " try" te-morrow. Surety of the Peace. Casper Ditman was before Alderman Barr yesterday afternoon, te answer a charge of descitien, made against him by his wife, Dera. The accused waived a hearing and entered bail te answer at court. Thigh Fractured. Last evening a tramp, whose name is net given, stepped into a hole while walking along the Philadelphia pike a short dis tancc east of the city, and broke his thigh bone. He was taken te the county hospi tal. Curious Cern. C. K. Frailcy, of the Eighth ward, has laid upon our table a very curious speci men of Indian corn. It Is a cluster of six teen cars growing from a single stem. The ears arc of various sizes and very sin gularly grouped. OBITTJAIiY. Death et MaJ. X. H. Lecher. 3Iaj. Ml II. Lecher, late of the 79th Rcgt. Pa. Vel., died at his residence, Ne. 2025 North Eighth street, Philadelphia, tliismernirg, at 5 J o'clock, after an illness of some duration duration Majer Lecher was a native of Lancaster and learned the business of currier and tanner, and was for some years engaged as a dealer in leather, in We6t King street, this city. A few years before the war tie entered into the photographic business and carried it en successfully for some time. When the war broke out in 18G1 he volunteered as a soldier ; recruited a company in this city which was at tached te the 79th Regiment, commanded by Cel. II. A. Hambright. no served with his regiment in Bucll's, Resccraus' and Sherman's armies in the Southwest and was promoted le the position of major. He was mustered out with the regiment at the close of- the war in 1805. He was afterwards employed for some time in the morocco trade with his brother Henry in this city, and proprietor of the Centre Square billiard saloon and afterwards was with his eeusiu, Geerge Lecher in Baltimore. Fer a few years past he has been in the employ of Jeseph Hacker & Ce., inciocce manufac turers, Philadelphia. lie leaves a wife and two married daughters in Philadelphia. At the time of his death lie was about -19 years of age. His funeral will take place in Philadelphia en Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. He was a genial companion and a brave soldier and had many warm f 1 iends in this city. sujiMKi: Luismtt;.. Sea Prene Mountain Air Kural .shade:-. and Invleratlm; .'Springs Water. Mr. L. A. Prezingcr leaves Lancaster to morrow for an extended tour through the West and Seuth. II. II. Power, of the City hotel, left for Cape May te-day. Mr. II. J. Ilacklctmi,, the engraver of the Lancaster watch factory, leaves Lan caster te-night for New England. After some weeks vacation he gees te the Wal tham watch factory. The Sunday school of Olivet Baptist church is holding a picnic at the Spook house te-day. P. Eek. Slaymaker, deputy prolhono prelhono prolheno tary, left te-day en a tiip te New Yerk. Ceney Island and Cape May. Mrs. Sephia Wrighter and daughter, Mrs. Clias. Shay, of Williamsport, who have been spending the past few weeks in this cily, left this afternoon for Reading, from which city, after the lapse of a week, they will return home. Knllrend Werk. The grading of the embankment at Frazer en the Pennsylvania railroad for a new junction station house is nearly done, and the contractors, Messrs Keller & Rcilly, will in a few weeks be ready te allow the company te go en building. Since the con tractors began their work considerable dirt has been removed. -The station house the company intends erecting will be of stone and a beautiful style of architecture. On Sunday next trains will begin te inn ever the new track just completed be tween Oakland and Glen Lech. The com pany lias awarded te Mcsms. Keller ic Rcilly the contract for .straightening the track between Merien and Ardmeie, in i -r m. .-! 1 .i 1 .. m . ' Montgomery en., ;i msiuiicu 01 imi iiii.cp. Werk is also in progress at Eraser ami ether points along the line of the read. As fast as the improvements are cempleied the rolling sleck abandons the curves and fellows the new line of read. The result is found te be a great saving in the wear and tear of the trains caused by rounding the curves. When the work of straighten ing the line is quite finished there will be a clear gain of fifteen minutes between Philadelphia and Ilarrisburg, besides the saving effected in the wear and tear of the track and rolling stock. Heirs te 11 fortune. The late Cel. Israel Painter, of West moreland county, left an estate of $300,000, and being a bachelor much curiosity was felt regarding the contents of his will. It covers a half sheet of foelscapjpaper. His "legal" heirs will inherit $200,000, te be divided into six shares.ef which the Grecas burg Ari)M says one share $33,000 will be divided between "the two heirs of Sephia Boice, deceased, of Lancaster, Pa." The paper also speaks of his "peculiar social relations," the nature of which may be inferred from this paragraph : Te Israel Painter and Jehn S. Painter, sons of Miss Catharine Lewe, he gives the Willow Tree farm (en which he resided) and the lands adjoining, bought from Wm Heugh and Themas Williams, containing 400 acres, mere or less. Te Miss Catha rine Lewe, their mother, he bequeaths $20,000. Te Alma Lewe, daughter r said Catharine Lewe, $20,000. Te ' Merris L. Painter $10,000. Put up a Light. It would be a geed idea for the persons having the work, en North Queen street in charge if they would have a light of some kind at Orange street and at the square, liicrc were several narrow es capes from accidents Iat night by persons driving into the ditches en cither side of the railway track. Itridgc Iteingltcpiilred. The Philadelphia and Reading lailread company are putting down a new fleer en the bridge which oresses the Pennsylvania railroad en Mulberry street. The Penn sylvania railroad arc also repairing their bridge en James street. Going Heme. The encampment of the National Guard broke up at Philadelphia this morning. A large number of the troops passed through this city en rente for their homes. Excursion. FiirmciV and Mechanics' Excursion te Cape May via steamer Kcpubllc.er Atlantic City via Camden and Atlantic It. U., en Saturday, August 1 1. Tickets geed for three days, te re turn en any train from Philadelphia or Cape May via steame Uepublic, or geed for two days lrein Atlantic City without extra charge. Fare for the round trip only S2.75. " Ten pays your money and takes your choice." Special train leaves Lancaster (King street) at 2:30 n. in. Columbia at 2:30 a. in. Fer further partic ular!) see circulars at all stations. aug4,n,in,i2,l3Sitw . Genera! Butler acknowledges te have been neatly shaved with Cuticura Shaving Scnp. A woman's beauty Is never lest Se long as her sweet smile remains Se long as gleam her teeth like frost. And her soft lip the ruby stains ; AndJiOZODONT. with magic power. Bestows en her this priceless dower. aug9-lwdeed&w Nervous debility, weakness and decline pre vented by n timelv use of Malt Bitters. - 1'OLlTICAJj. Netice. The regular meeting of the Amerlcus asso ciation will be held at the Park house en Thursday evening, August 12, at 8 o'clock sharp. Meeting of Importance. By order of 1 It, H. BBUBAKEB, PrcsioenL Second Ward. A meeting- of the Second ward Hancock and English club will be held this (Thursday) eve nt ng at 8 o'clock, at Henry ttanslng's saloon, East Orange street. A lull attendance is de sired, as business of Importance will be trans acted. GEO. XAUiTAXPresldcnt. .T. B. McGursia, Secretary. Third Ward. Z Thursday evening the Third ward Hancock club will held a meeting at Eflinger's saloon. Business of Importance will be transacted. Ninth Ward. The rczular stated meetimr of the Ninth ward Hancock and English club will be held te-morrow (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock, at their club rooms, second story of Arneld nuns- saioen, aenn ineen street. siu Sixth Ward. Kegulnr meeting et the Sixth ward Hancock and English club at Schiller hall every Friday evening. On Friday. August 2-), there will be a public nicecting et the Democracy et the Sixth ward Sn Schiller hall, under the joint auspices of the Americas association and Sixth ward club. City campaign committee meets at Central headquarters every Friday evening. Joint centerence committee will meet at Central headquarters en Wednesday evening, August IS, and August 23. Thereafter 011 every second and leurth Wednesday of the month. SPECIAL NOTICES. S AMPLE VeTICE. It Is Impossible for a woman after it faithiul course of treatment with Lydia E. Pinkhain's Yegetablu Compound te continue te suffer witli a weakness et the uterus. Enclose a stamp te Mr.-. Lydia E. I'inkham, 233 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. jy20-lydcedSw Try Lechcr's Ucnewncd Cough Syrnp. My life was saved by Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. E. It. JMkely, Selma, Ala. If you want te get rid et pimples, boils, tet ter, Ac, use "Lindsey's Bleed Searcher." Sold ly all druggists. Try Lechcr's Itenewned Cough Syrup. l'ref. Gullmette, the inventor of the French Kidney Pad bearing his name, was one of the most noted medical men of his day in France. Its cures of kidney diseases are most marvel marvel en?, and are said te be permanent. aul'MwdTTh&S Try Lnchur's Itenewned Ceugli Syrup 'Pit I.eclii'i's i:..uOwned Cough Syrup. Ceuglis. " Ui-'jwii's Hi uncial Troches" arc used with advantage te alleviate Coughs, Sere Tlirent, Ituurscncs.-t and lireuchktl Affections. Fer thirty years tbfoe Troches have been in use, with numiully Increasing favor. They are net new and untried, bin, having been tested by wide and constant use for nearly an entire generation, they h.r.e attained well-merited rank among the few .staple remedies of the age. The Threat. " JSreJvu'x Bronchial Treche'' act directly en the organs of the voice. Tliuy have an ex traordinary effect in all disorders of the Threat and Larynx, restoring a healthy tone when re laxed, either lrein cold or over-excrtien of the voice, and produce a cicarand distinct enunci ation. Speakers and Singers And the Troches useful. A Cough, Celd, Catarrh or Sere Threat re quires immediate attention, as neglect olten elten Itiiit's results in some incurable Lung lilscase. Jirewn's Bronchial Troches" will almost in varianly give relief. Imitations are offered for Mile, many et which are injurious. The genu ine "Brown's Bronchial Trechex" are sold only in boxes. ianlS-lyd&wTn.Tli&S Try Lecher'!) Ucnewncd Cough Syrup. The happiest results invariably attend the taking et "Sellers' Celebrated Liver Tills. 25 cents per box. Ucat and Sickness. During the het and sultry weather an un usual amount of sickness prevails in every community, especially among females and children, caused by the fermenting mla-mia gas or nitrogenous matter lleating in the air, arising from decaying vegetation. This bad air allects everything we cut, and engenders In 11 n seml-fenncntutien, which, when taken in the .system is like leaven, and operates en the whole, starting in the bowels and seen pro ducing a violent fermentation, causing diar diar reoea and dysentery. It has been found that that the use of Spccr's old Pert Grape Wine et Sew Jersey has an extraordinary effect in checking this fermentation and restoring the system te Its original strength and vigor. In valids anil debilitated persons have found it the most nutritiens and strengthening tonic In the market, and the greatest help in resist ing the. poisonous effects of the vitiated atmo sphere. This wine, se long established, lias be come the standard wine upon which physi cians rely as the most rich in body and genuine in character, containing the greatest amount of medicinal properties with the least intoxi cating qualities. Spccr's vineyards produce a larger yield this year than usual, and he has reduced the price of his wine that any person can new purchase it of druggists fei $1 per bottle. Nene of this wine is bottled until it is four years old. Gazelle. This wine is endorsed by Drs. Atlee and Davis, and sold by II. E. Slaymaker. nu2-2wd&w SEW ADVEllTIHEMESTS. VTOTICK TO EXCUUSM 1N1STS TO CIU- 1N CAGO. Secure yourselves and family by pir chasing an accident ticket for $3,000. Only a.i CMits n ilnv or $1.50 for 3n days. Apply te UIFES KAUFMAN', ltd N'e.lU East King Street. rpitK IIEST nKKIt IN TUE CITY. X. Barbcy's Beading Lager Beer. Come and Judge for yourself. Lunch every day at 10 a. m. Musical entertainment this evening at Hetel Frunkc. JOHN HESS, uugl2&lidU Proprietor. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CIGAKMAKEBS. PUBLIC SALE OF TOBACCO. Will be sold nt public sale en MONDAY AUGUST 10. 18S0, at the Lancaster County Prison, a large let el Leaf Tobacco, consisting efCuttings, Stripping!, etc. Sale positive. A large portion of tiiis tobacco can be used for the manufacture of Cigars, but being an overstock which cannot be nscd at the pilsen It is offered for sale. Sale tn commence nt 2 o'clock p. m. By order et the Beard. AMOS BUTTEK, augl2-3td Secretary. (1AKI. j I hereby nnnounce te the public that I have bought the geed will and practice of F. M. Musser, M. D. (Witmcr, Pa.) and should be chid te attend te all professional calls. J. K. SIUBIi, M. V. Dr. F. SI. Slusser will continue an ofllce practice In the office opposite Dr. Shirk's office, formerly occupied by Dr. J. 11. Musser. He will also meet ether physicians in consul tation when desired. auglO-2tdTu&TliB41tw 100 Tens et Rags Sauted, Fer which the highest price will be paid. i CENTS PER POUND FOit GOOD .MIXED BAGS. The highest price nald for Woolens, Old Paper, Beeks, Ac. Teh Bag Assertcrs wanted" te whom the highest price will be paid. JOHN A. SHOBER, Cor. North Queen and Orange Streets, y9-t fd It Lancaster, Pa I.IKST UKAND PICNIC OF THE NEWLY . Reorganized Singing Society, "Liedcr kranz," at WHAT GLEN' PARK. ON MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1880. Members and such friends as receive com plimentary tickets are only admitted. Com plimentary tickets are net transferable. Im proper characters will positively be refused admission. Omnibuses will leave Schiller Hall and Centre Square every hour during the day. These taking Powell's Livery Omnf buscs can make the round trip for 30c. Members of the Mamnercher wishing te par ttcipate can receive their tickets by calling en the Secretary, GEO. PFEIFFElt. aug!2-3td WASTED. WAKTED.-.EVEKYBODY TO ADVEK tlse, free of charge, lu the Ihtbixiobh Ihtbixiebh cbr, who wants something te de. W' ANTED. WASHING AND 1KONINO wanted ut Ne. 450 North Prince street, Lancaster, Pa. W ANTED A SITUATION AS CLERK in office or store. Geed recommenda tions and references can be given. Address "B. B.," Mansvllle, Perry county, Pe. ltd AltAKEK THAT UNDERSTANDS His trade perfect, all through, wants a steady position, city or country. Geed recommenda tion. Call or nddress " C," "54 Fremont street, Lancaster, Pa, au9-3td ASTSXCa BXOS ADVERTISEMENT. ASTRICH BRO.'S Lancaster Bazaar 13 EAST KING ST., LANCASTER, PA. We have epeued this week a full line et LADIES' liossaierwaterpefs Which we offer at VERY LOW PRICES. We sell a Splendid Ladies' Gossamer with Heed for . $1.07. One vith a Cape for . . . . 2.68. Nete our prlec-i in the following articles : Writing Paper 5c per box. Ituehe Cellarettes ."c per dozen. Buche Cellarettes, Silk Stitched :teapiece. Deuble Felding Cellarettes lea piece. Fancy Figure Seap 5c Glycerine Ball Seap 5c Turkish Bath Seap 5c Best Pine Tar Seap 0c Very Fine Toilet Seap 10c Genuine l!ct Cashmere Bouquet Seap 25c Heyt's German Cologne 17c Heed's Floral Cologne 5c Face Powder Sc per box. Best ISandaline lie Silk Hair Nets "c Bag Seta Uc Bang Nets 5c Ileal Human Hair JSaug Nets lUc Hest Shee Polish Tea bottle. Best French Shee Blacking 5c a box. Children's Gum Carters 3c a pair. Children's Side ela-ties 13c a pair. Ladles' Ventilated Garters 23c Steel Crochet Needles 3c Ivery Crochet Needles 5c White Card Beard 3c a sheet. Silver Card Beard 5c a sheet. 18-inch Fara Canvass 15c per yard. 27-inch " " 25c lS-iiK-h iloiU'V-Cemli Canvass 25c " 27-inch " " 40c Skirt Protectors at 5c Ores-Shields 8c a pair. Best Bubber I tress Shields lOcapelr. Corset Laees 1c apiece. Shoe Lace 5c a dozen. Tape 2c a piece Children's Iteund C'enil 3cupiecc. DrcsMng Coins 5c a piece. India Bubber Dre&ing Combs Ic Butrule Hern Dressing Combs 17c Teeth Brushes at 5c Thimbles Ic German Silver Thimbles 5c Celluloid Thimbles 7c Shee Uuttei.crs Ic 12 dozen of Agate lluttens for 3e Uoeks and Eves 3c a card. Linen Thread 3c a skein. BastingCotten 5c a dozen spools. Clara's Best Cot ten 2 spools terflc Coats's Cotten 2 spools ferOc Wlllimantic Six Cord Cotten 2 spools ter'Jc 200-yard Spool Cotten 2c a spool- Mending Cotten, in all colors 2c a card. Ball Cotten 4c a ball. Dcxter's Ball Cotten 7caball Hairpins lea paper. Best English Hairpins, 25 in a pack 4c Steel Pointed Hairpins 4c Invisible Hairpins Sea box. Bubber Hairpins 12c a dozen. Flexible Hair Crimpers 3c a pack. Geed Pins 3c a paper. English Pins fie a paper. German Pins 10c a paper. Pin Beeks at 10c Black Pins 4c a box. Surety Pins 5c a dozen. ShawlFins 21erlc Pocket-books ler Children at 4c Ladies' all Linen Chemisettes at 25c Ladles all Linen Cellars 5c Ladies' all Linen Cu lis lien pair Children's Sailor Cellars 10c Satin Hair Hews 20c Embroidered Ties nt 9c Quilted Bibs al 7c Brctenne Lace Fichus ut 17c Spanish Lace Fichus in black ad white 75.- Indian Mull Neck Handkerchiefs $1.47 Indian Mnll Ties Black Luce Ties 25c Black Silk Fringe at 3., 54, iy, 73 upwards. Silk Fringe in all the new shades at C2cts fl yd. Clarks Crochet Cotten ecnts a Spool. Hairbrushes at 15 Bland npwardt. Skirt Braid 4cts. Best Star Skirt Braid Gets. Paper Muslin : 0 cts per yard, Cambric ". cts. peryard Geed Waist Lining 8 10 cents. Silcsiesat 12c per yard. Wigganat Uc peryard. Irish Trimming 15, 111 and 25c a piece. Cord 2c a Ball. Trimming Cord 12 yards for 5c Deuble busk Corsets nt 49c Excellent Woven Corset ut(!8c UK) Bene Corset at $1.00 Elaborately embroidered spoon busk Cor set at $1.23 Children's Calice Aprons 15c Misses Calice Ai reus 17c Gingham Kitchen Aprons 25c Children's Swiss Caps l!,25c Tellctt Setts at $1.00 Tidies of eve -description Calice Wrappers at 75c Hund-made Shetland Weel Shawls 75c Split Jacket for Infants 40c Babies hand-made Shoes 14c Infant Embroidered Shawls 80c Infant Merine Cloaks, Crochet Carringc Cever at $1.33 Canepvs ever bed at $2.00 Ladies'' extra geed hose, white and. unblcach- Ladies' lull regular made hose, white and un bleached We Ladies' best Iren lrnme Hose.deuble heels and tees 23e Ladies' splendid Balbriggan Hese, full regu lar made, silk clocked 25c Finest imported, worth 50c 3!)c Ladies' Lisle Hese, open worked Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hese A variety of geed colored Stockings at. 10c Excellent Colored Stockings 2 pair for 25c Seamless Stocking", in plain colors and em broidered , 25c Hair lined English Hese 33c Plain cardinal, tine iality, siik clocked, full regular made, extra length and ingrain col cel col ore 50c a pair. Infants' Fancv Socks, tu'.l regular made l'Jc Chllds' Fimcyllose from 10c up. Childs Fancy Hese, plaid centre, Nes. A te sy. is te sic Chllds' Hair-lined Hese, imported 25c Childs' Plain Colored Hese, clocked und full regular made from S2cnp. Chllds' Fine Unbleached Balbriggnns,clecked and open-worked. Childs' Fine Llc Hese, pin stiipcd and open worked. Child's Bredcuiilns for walking shoes, the best goods imported. Chllds' Fancy Hese, all open-worked clock and fifty ether styles which we are net able te describe. Ladies' Lisle Thread Gloves "capair. Fine Quality 14c a pair. Berlin Gloves, ltull elastic 13c " Berlin Gleve,2 full elastic 15c " Berlin Gloves, 3full elastic llc " Beal Lisle Gloves, 2 full clastic 25c " Best Silit Lisle, extra long 34c " LacuTep Gloves 20c " Real Lisle I Jice Tep 25c " Extra Fine Leng Lace Tep 2Uc " Best Silk Lisle, line lace top 40c Ann Length Lace Tep, 4 elastice 48c " White Fine Lisle Lace Top,cxtraleng50c " Extra Fine White Silk Lace Mits, Vt inches long tacapair. Childs' Gloves 10c ' Chllds' Lace Tep Gloves 23c " Hemmed Handkerchiefs 3c Hemmed Handkerchiefs, all linen 5c Gents' all linen Handkerchiefs 10c Ladies' extra tine linen Hnndkerchicts 10c Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 2" inch hem, fine linen 20c Ladies' Gauze Undervcsts, geed quality.... .20c Childs' Undershirts from 15c up. Gents' full regular made Socks He Gents' British Socks, superfine 17c Gents' Best English Socks 21c Gents'full regular made Bulbriggans 25c Ileal English Lisle Thread Socks 29c Gents' Fancy Socks, full regular made 25c Genu' Plain Colored Socks, full regular made, silk clocked and ingrain colors 37c Men's White Unlaundricd Shirts, all linen besom.... ........ ..................... ........37c Beys' Unlaundricd Snlrts, linen besom 47c Full line et White and Colored DKESS SHIRTS of Best Makes. tieuts' Xcckwcar, Uents Underwear, Uents' Cellars and Cuffs, Gents" Suspen ders, Gcnis' Jewelry, &c. ASTRICH BRO.'S 13 EAST KING STREET, LANCASTER, PA. TEIED EDITION THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 12,1880. FIERY DEATHS. SUICIDE AND ARSON. POLITICS IN TENNESSEE. RED SKINS UN THE WAK PATH. 105 In the Shade. Tli May's Landing Accident. Philadelphia, July 12. Up te neon the list of deaths by the railroad accident at Slays landing last night, numbered seven persons, as follews: Katie "Welsh, eleven years old, who died last night, her body new lying at the Union hotel, May's landing ; Miss Mary Heuralty, of Phila delphia, body lying at a cottage at May's Landing ; Freddie Carr, of Philadelphia, eleven years old, who died seen after the accident ; Annie Gil lespie, of Philadelphia, who died early this morning the bodies of the two last named are new lying in a. house at May's Landing James Sweqney, of Philadelphia, who was almost instantly killed, his body was sent te Philadelphia this morning ; Sarah Cellins, of Philadelphia, S3 years old, who died at the Pennsylvania hospi tal, Philadelphia, this morning; Sarah Wright, 16 years old, who died at her home in Camden this morning. Suffering Survivors. Of the wounded Mrs. Wright, mother of the last named victim, lies at her home in Camden beyond any heiHi of recovery. Mrs. Mary MaddcII, of Camden, is lying in a precarious condition at a farm heuse near May's Lauding, se badly scalded that her life is despaired of. At Union hotel, May's Landing, arc Mr. and Mrs. David McCrystal, of Philadelphia ; Sirs. Boedlo of Philadelphia, andLillie Grace, of Phila delphia, all frightfully scalded. At a neighboring cottage is the four-months old daughter of the McCrystals suffering from severe scalds. At another cottage is their eighteen mouths old daughter slight ly injured. Twe ether persons arc at a neighboring cottage badly scalded. The mangled forms of Owen Walsh and James Mullen, tied up in raw cotton ami presemti'rig a terrible appearance, were sent en te PUIladelpliia this morning. ""Hew It Happened. There were ever 2,000 persons en the excursion of St. Ann's (Catholic) literary society, from the Richmond part of Phila delphia te Atlantic City yesterday, which necessitated the dividing of the train into two sections. Beth left the sea shere en time shortly after six o'clock, the second about two minutes after the first. When May's Lauding, seventeen miles up, was reached, the 5:10 down express having the right of way, forced the excursion train te the siding. The first section was switched for their siding and had come te a standstill. Ne oue dreamed of the im pending peril. The rules of the company call for a difference of at least five minutes in the time between sectional trains, and the engineer of the standing section had no idea that the human freight in his care was in danger. Suddenly, however, he heard the second engine dashing ever the rails, and before he could de anything te prevent it, if anything wcre possible in such a case, it crashed into the rear car of his "train, the locemotivo breaking up across the track and the tender leaping te one side. In an instant the escaping water from the boiler had been forced upon the passengers. The cries and curses of men were mingled with the shrieks of agony of the women and the wailing of little ones. The appeals for aid were piteous indeed. Relief quick ly came from the villagers. Their houses wcre thrown open and the wounded were speedily being seethed by the inmates. Twe physicians, Messrs. Gill and Ingcrsell, were summoned, and with Heur and sweet oil, did all in their power te relieve the scalded sufferers. A train fitted out for the relief of the wounded by some mismanagement did net get te the scene until 10 o'clock, and at Atlantic City the railway officials could net relieve Fthc suspense of the waiting hundreds, and in the midst of a blinding rain storm men, women and children plod ded through the sand from house te house inquiring after the injured or urging the railway telegraph operator te send their friends word of their safety. naming the Employees. As te the engineer of the second section, all that is known of him is that he leaped from the cab with the fireman before the collision, and that both fled. It was well they did, for searching parties, composed of men, some of whom were armed with knives or revolvers, were organized for lynching purposes. There arc these who say the engineer whistled down brakes, but that they failed te work en the wet track. The most preva lent opinion, however, is that the engineer lest his head, and that finding himself se near the first train, he was unable te de mere than te jump for his own life. His name was Eggins, of Camden, and he was considered a capable man. Hegan was the conductor, but he has no explanation te make. At Atlantic City, amid intense excite ment, an attempt was made te mob the railroad employees. A freight clerk was assaulted with a pistol, but he knocked his assailant down and ran. The ether railroad men wcre compelled te change their clothing. It may take an official investigation te determine the entire causes of the disaster, and te fairly fix the responsibility for it. It seems new clear only that the sec ond section was run ahead of its time, that the first had properly slewed up and start ed te run en the siding te allow the pass age of the 5:30 express from Camden. All the cars had passed the switch but two when the second section came thundering en behind. The engineer of the latter section whistled down brakes as he ap proached the switch, but when the brakes were applied they failed te work, owing te the wet, and the rear locomotive crashed into the last car of the first section, telescoping it and causing a fearful wreck. As the locomo tive forced its way into the car the cylin der heads were forced open and a dense cloud of steam poured through the car, t scalding nearly every passenger in it. The headlight of the locomotive wasbreken off, the smoke-stack was broken off, the cow catcher was broken down aud the tender was broken loose from the cngiue. The excursionists nearly all get out of the train. The children were thrown out of the window and many people jumped through them. They ran through the creek into the meadow. Fires In Alt Section. Atciiisex, Kan., July 12. J. 31. Hurd's flouring mill was burned earlv this morn ing. Less, $13,000. Flane Factory Damaged. New YettK, Aug. 13. J. Fischer & Ce.'s piano factory was. damaged by fire this morning te the extent of $15,001).' Spares Net Churches. MjutULEUKAD, Mass., Aug. 13. An in cendiary fire hore this morning destroyed the Universalis church. Less. $-25,000 ; in surance, $4,000. A Heavy Lemsi. Bosten, August 13. It is new reported that the damage te the Otis company's hosiery factory at Ware, Mass.. by the fire en Tuesday night amounts te $30,000, but it is covered by insurance in Bosten and Providence companies. One thousand hands are thrown out of employment. Arsen and Suicide. Ixdiaxapelis, Intl., Aug. 13. (ledfreid Allentz, a German gardener living near this city, locked himself in the upper room of his heuse yesterday and set lire te the building. The Ilamcs spread quickly and the man and house were both consumed. Tinkering nt Their National lMiltferm. Sacramento, July 13. At last night's session the convention adopted a platform reaffirming the platform of the Chicago convention, containing a strong anti anti Chincse plank ami endorsing Garfield's letter, especially with reference te the Chinese clauses. Electors at large wcre chosen, committees appointed and the con vention adjourned. Wen by .lu.srli'nn ltride-t. NnwreitT, R. I., August 12. G. Caven dish Bcntinck, ceii.mii of the Duke of Port land, was married here at neon te Miss E. Livingston daughter of Mauurin Livingston of New Yerk. Bishop Clark, of the Epis copal diocese of this state assisted by Dean Lyster of Ontaria, officiated. A large and fashionable array of guests of beih sexes was present. Telegraphic Spark. Saratoga races : First nice: Dan Sparling, lirst ; Jericho, second ; Charlie Ress, third. Second race: Luke Blackburn, lirst; Gli dclia, second : Oden, third. Third race: Scetiila, first Telcmachus, s-ccend ; Frank Short, third. General Byrne and a party of prosjiec presjiec prosjiec ters en route te Mexico, were attacked yesterday by Indians, near San Elizario, and Byrne was seriously wounded. WKATUlUt INDICATIONS. Washinc.tex, D. C, Aug. 13. Fer the Middle Atlantic states, partly cloudy weather, occasional rain, northeasterly winds, stationary temperature and station ary or higher barometer. JIIAKKETS. New Yerk Market. Nkw Yeuk. Aug. li Fleur State unit West ern market dnll und pricis declining; tupcr flne statu ut t.-e4-.Q; extra de at 1 CO 6440; choice, de., ft ter, oe; tancy $5 1U; (10; round hoop Ohie f I 50. CO; choice de tXJ&f75; supermini western :!f.'5 4 40; common te oed extra de $1 Mijl'j; choice dodo tMr,,:; choice white wlie-.it de 4 254 75; Southern dull and unchanged ; common te fair extra .". IKMli; DO; geed te choice de Hi loge 75. Wheat Jje lower, dull and heavy ; Ne. 1 White, Oct. l 18; Ne. '. Ued Sept., l (WM -de Oct. ti sj;ii m. Cern dull and about "4c lower ; Mixed west ern spot, 4;iil!,-fc; de lutuie 4!ft.'le. Oats steady and quiet ; Ne. 2 Sept. .l"ic ; state SlgUte: western SSQUU.'. m l'hlladelphla Market. PuiLADKLruiA, Auj?. K. Fleur dull und weak; supeiline 2 Ceg.J; extra $X S0 4 DO; Ohie and Indiana lumily 2195 75 , Penn'a tatnily at 5ij5 00 : St. Leuis family at $5 Og(j 0(1 ; Minnesota family J5 SUStt 25 ; patent and hlnii grades $C 50Q8 CO. Kye Heur ut fi 50. Wheat quiet: Ne. 2 Western Kim! $!(') 108AJ; Feiin'n Ked $1 ODSl li); Amber f lit Cern II rm en local scarcity; yellow 53c; nixed 5l52c; steamer 4U5iiv. Oats flnn ; Ne. 1, While 41l2e; Ne. 2, de 4041c;Ne. 3, de 383Uc; Ne. 2, Mixed a5 37e. Hyc dull ; Suw 70c. rrovlsieiisllrniei;; inCs.- perk $1150 15; beer limns $22(JOg'2:J (W; India in.-ss beet iitl00; bacon smoked shoulders i;(e; Mill de at 5J45e; smoked hams ll&12c;'ptckh-d hams 0SUiKc uint firm; city kettle at se; loose butchers' 7c ; prime steam He. nutter dull, except for medium grades ; Creamery at 23fttfje- Creamery geed te choice 2i24c; lirailfenl county and New Yerk extra. 2223c ; Western reserve extra Ifi i$17c;de geed 10 choice i::5e; Kells dull; I'enn'a extra 1IQ17; Western reserve extra llle. Kggd llrm an. I scarce ; I'enn'a at 15lc ; Western 15c. Cheese llrmly held but quiet ; New Yerk full cream 12 l-'ie; Western full eie-.un ivUgf, lie: de lair te geed Illlc; de half sktufs 'jm'Ae. Petroleum dull ; refined HJ-icI Whisky $111. Seeds Cioed te prime Clever firm at $7 75 Q850; Timethy at 2 MJ42 75: Flaxseed quiet at $12331 '- Stock markets. Philadelphia. Aug. 12. 1230 r. v. 3:00 r. m. Stocks dull.' I'eniitt G's (mini b-mc) lOfi Philadelphia Erie 144 Reading wyH .... Pennsylvania myt .... Lehigh Valley. 5 United Ces. et N..J m Northern Pacific iy.!utT.iyi ' " Preferred tiUQ&i'i Northern Central sjj Lehigh Navigation 3J6'S0 Norridlewn Ka Central Transportation Ce. IS Pitts., Titusvillu A llunale. 12JC Little Schuylkill 41 Nbw Yehk. Aug. 12. Stocks strong. jieiicj . . iffyy.t N. Y. Central 132; Adams Kxprcss 117 Michigan Central ailf Michigan Southern I0h Illinois Central 112 Cleveland & Pittsburgh.. ..11U' Chicago A Keck Inland 112 Pittsburgh A Fert Wnyn!..12i) Western Union Tel. Ce 1 Teledo & Wabash 4f New Jersey Central 754 Ontario Western 25 United States Itend aud Mterlln Kxc!i:m.. (quotations by II. K. .LunWnn ft Ce., S. W. Cor. 3d and Chestnut Streets). Philadelphia. Aug. 12. United States fi's, IKil, (registered). .WiyfflUMy, United States 5s, 1881. (registered). .Iu.3104K United States fj's, lsai, (registered) 1 10 iSllWf United States 4i4'.lsai,(coupen).. ..Ml lllit United States 4's, I)7. (ri-gL-,tered)..lMi7&llO United States Currency O'.s 125 12;; Sterling K.xcliaimc 182J4ts4 MTOR HAZE' OR BEST. T70R SALK. I? New Oman for sale very cheap. A m: ly at augll-2td THIS OFF FUK SALK. Hull' interest In a geed paying bu-lnes.s. Cur.ital required from $1,500 te sI.nju. Address nugll-2td " VICTOK," Tills Office. IOK SALE. ' Fine Lancaster County Limestone Valley Farm. 145 or 1W Acres. Kvcry thing in geed erder: well watered. Five te ten years time te pay if desired. Apply te or address DUBOIS KOIIKEK, I. P. Lecher ft Sen's Hank, augl2-3td Lancaster, Pa. ANTKI IHMfcOIATKLY. AMDDIUM Size ISrick Heuse and lefwlth all the comforts efa home. Address A. It., Istklli Istklli eexceu Olllce, stating lowest cash price und hew seen possession can be given, full partic ulars, ftc. Jyl'J-tfd CAP FACTOKY FOR SALK. O The stock, apparatus, material and geed will of a Scrap Factory. Geed reasons for selling. Apply te BAUSMAN ft BURNS, aug-3tdeedK 10 West Orange Street,