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. ijf-ir- ,;V'a ".t--c 7--ort- cswcy?' fc-- T.VT -J t mtfKk$t 4 Volume XVI-Ne. 253. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY. JUNE 24, 1880 Price Twe Cents. -v- - 'vr-' ?? m CLOTHING. J. K. SMALING. THE ARTIST TAILOR. Opening te-day efu large and select line of English Novelties FOR SUMMER WEAR. Trepicals, Serges and Rep Worsteds, baxxeckburn' celtic cheviets, gambroex i'akamata and batiste cloths. si:i:i:.si;ckeus. valexcias, parole and mohair coatings. Linens in (J rent Variety. WilteidM Padded Ducks in Plain and Fancy .Styles. A Large Av,eitment of Fancy I All the latent neveltic- of Hie season. The public aie cordially invited te examine our sleek, wliieh we claim te be the handsomest and moil rcelierclie ever ellered for the het weather. I. K. SMALING, ARTIST TAILOR, 121 NORTH OUEEN STREET. Spring Opening 21 CENTRE SQUARE. We have fei sale ler the coming seasons an Immense Stock of Reaiy-Iaie Clotting, tit (nir own nianufacture, which comprises the Latest and Most STYLISH LESIGIS. Come anil .see our NEW GOODS which : 4 larger and composed et tlieliest styles te he found in the city. 24 CENTRE SQUARE- U-lyi! LANCASTER. PA H. GERHART'S Tailoring Establishment, MONDAY, APRIL 5. Having jut returned Irein the Xew Yerk Woolen Market, I am new prepared te exhibit one of the Best Selected Stocks, of WOOLENS FOR TUB 5p ai Sraisr H, Eer brought te this city. Xenebutthe very best of ENGLISH, FRENCH AKD D. B. Hostetter & Sen, pk mm " AMERICAN FABRICS, in all the Leading Styles. Prices as low as the lowest, and all goods warranted as represent ed, at H. GERHAET'S, Ne. 51 North Queen Street. furniture.' mum OF ALL KINDS AT SHORT NOTICE. My at rrngcincnts are new completed te de Rcgilding in tiist-chiss manner and at reason able prices. THE NEW PICTURE FRAME STORE, 15 East King Street. WALTER A. HEINITSH. TINWARE, CC "IIFTEEN DOLLARS BUYS A FIRST-CLASS REFRIGERATOR, With Enameled Water Tank, at SHERTZER, HUMPHREVILXE KIEFFEB'S, Ke. 40 East King Street, Lancaster, Pa. 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Captain Yeung, of the Wrecked "Narra- gansett " Denounces the Preacher as a Liar, Is Arrested, Taken Before a Magistrate and Discharged. CANINE CAPRICE. A Deg Who Get te Telling Tales Out of Scheel and Had te be Killed in Conse Cense quenceA Virtuous Papa and a Naughty Bey. THE BLACK CAT. A Feline Phantom that is the Sure Fore runner et Evil A Small Bey Falls Eighty Feet aiid Turns Right Side Up. Capt. Yeung, et the Narragansett, Creates a Scene in Church. Captain Win. S. Yeung, who coin mantled the steamer Narragansett at the time of the tecent acci dent, was arrested in Jersey City the ether evening en a charge of disorderly conduct, made by Cyrus D. Shepherd, one of the trustees of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, in Yerk street, that city, ler denouncing the Rev. Richard Harcourt, the pastor, as a liar, while the services were going en. The complaint was subsequently withdrawn and the cap tain was discharged. Mr. Harcourt preach ed upon the lessens taught by the accident and when he bitterly denounced the offi cers and sailors of the vessel as the biggest set of cowards that ever lived, Captain l eung said, in a deep bass voice : "Yeu are a liar." People arose in all parts of tite church te see who the speaker was, and after a short pause the minister proceeded with his ser mon. While the elesing prayer was being offered the captain, in a loud voice, called the pastor a blackguard. A messenger was sent te the first police precinct station for an officer, and at the close of the ser vices Captain Yeung was ariested, and taken te the station, where he was detain ed for two hours. Te a reporter of the Tribune Captain Yeung gave the following statement : " I stayed with the wreck of the Narra gansett from the time of the accident until last Friday, when I returned te my home in Fourth street, Jersey City. This morn ing I saw by a notice in one of the papers that the Rev. Mr. Harcourt was te preach this evening en ' The Lessens from the Narragansett Slaughter,' and I went te hear him. The sermon was a recital of the scenes and incidents of the collision, the burning of the Narragansett, and the less of life that followed. A great many of the statements were untrue, and the preacher rellcctcd in very severe terms upon the action of the officers and crew of my vessel. 1 did net care what lie saitl about me, but my bleed boiled when the preacher denounced our crew as the ' big gest set of cowards that ever manned a vessel.' I was terribly excited and in my indignation shouted out 'you are altar.' The people get up te leek at me, and it was all 1 could de te sit quiet. When in the closing prayer he asked the Lord te make 'that old man sorry for his hasty action,' I" said the preacher was a blackguard. I did wrong, and I should have kept still, but when I heard my brave crew de nounced in that manner I could net con tain myself, and se I just said what I thought." Before the lhst district police court at Jersey City. N. J., Monday, two witnesses were introduced en the part of the prose cution, wlie described the scene in the church. Mr. Perter, counsel for Captain Yeung, then addressed the court. He ar gued that a minister had no legal or moral right te take advantage of his position te assail private citizens and bring them into odium and disrepute. Any man se assailed had a perfect right te contradict his cal umniator in the place where the calumny was uttered. At this point Mr. David Tayler, one of the witnesses for the prosecution, became very much excited, and declared that he felt like running his cane down Mr. Pot Pet ter's threat because of his remarks. Justice Peleubet then said : '"Se far as the legal aspect of this case is concerned there may be a question as te whether the defendant has been guilty of disorderly conduct within the statute. According te the unanimous testimony of all the wit nesses the captain arose during the ser mon, called the preacher a liar, and then resumed his seat, and the service went en without further interruption. Would it have constituted disorderly conduct within the; meaning of the law if the congrega tion, approving of their pastor's senti ments, had expressed their approval by shouting ' Amen ' and ' Se be it ?' The language used by the captain was simply an expression of his disapproval, and whatever disorderly scenes followed were occasioned by the conduct of ethers I believe that the prisoner has been suffi ciently punished by the degradation of having been arrested. Capt. Yeung, you are discharged ; but you will de well te remember that of all dangers te which men arc subject the worst are these that result from an ungovernable tongue." Capt. Yeung then departed with a num ber of friends, who thronged around him te congratulate him. The trustees bowed te the judge and filed out of the court room. The Rev. Mr. Harcourt has been pastor of Triuity church for three years. He was some years age pastor of the Clinten Avenue 31. E. church, in Newark. At that time he engaged se vigorously in the discussion of the question whether street cars should be rim en Sunday, the decision of which was left te a special election, that he was censured by the preashers' associa tion. Of late he has been publishing a series of articles against Catholicism. Be fore the Chicago convention he delivered a lecture entitled, " Can we Trust the Convention te Nominate the Next Presi dent ?" A Scandalous' Beg. Hen- a Yeung Man Was Compelled te Mur der a Deg te Prevent Scandal in the Family. Virginia City Enterprise. Once upon a time there lived in the city of New Yerk a wealthy old gentleman, who had a wayward son. The young man liked te run with the boys, and managed te use up considerable of the old gentle man's substance for wine suppers, fast teams and ether unholy dissipations. Con sequently, this young man was always in debt, constantly in need of ready cash and continually making requisitions en his governor's exchequer. At last the old gentleman took a tumble, whatever that may mean ; but the young man, in describing the course his lather had concluded te pursue, remarked te a friend that the old man had taken a turn, ble. The said tumble consisted in his no tifying his son and heir that from that en and henceforth no mere cash for any funny business, and the old fellow was as geed as his word. Down in his heart of hearts the young man was grievous sere, but he assumed a smile though he felt it net, and made earnest protestations of reform. 3Ieanwhile he kept en running with the boys, en tick. Tick is one of these things that has a limit, and one day the wayward son found himself at the end of his rope, se te speak, and at his wits' ends for funds te keep up his end with the ether boys, and, alter canvassing the matter in his mind and assuring himself that the old gentleman was inexorable and that no coin could be squeezed out of him en a square preposition, he hit upon a happy expedi ent. Entering the paternal presence, and assuming a leek of business, he said : ' Father, have you read about that man ever in Brooklyn that can teach dogs te tnlf)'' If the old man had been in the halcyon days of his youth, he would probably have said, ' whatyergivinus," but being the father of a family he said, "what seit of a damnensense arc you talking about new?" "Fact, sure's you live," said young hopeful ; " I've seen the thing myself, and I didn't knew but what it might be a geed idea te take old Tigc ever and have him taught ; a talking deg would be a cheer ful thing te have about the house, and would make lets of amusement for the children." "3y son," returned the father, solemn ly, " I'm an old man, and I've seen a pow erful sight of the world,and I tell you that this is an age of humbug." "That's all right, father, but isn't it likewise an age of progress? Loek at the locomotive, and the telephone, and the Atlantic cable, and the patent whatdoyou whatdeyou whatdoyeu callem, and all these ether things they did net knew about in the clays of the revolu tionary fathers." "Certainly, certainly, my son : glad te sec you showing such kuewlcdgc of the world's progress. And you really think the man can teach dogs te talk?" " Sine pep ! But it doesn't cost a cent if its a failuie. The professor says he don't want any money if the deg can't be taught in one week te carry en a conversation with any body. The terms are just' these: Yeu take the deg ever and pay the $30 in advance ; if at the end of a week the deg can't talk, you get your $30 back ; but if he can talk you pay $30 mere, making an even hundred for the lessens." " Well, it would be odd te have eldTige talking around the house, and I guess we'll try the thing, any hew. Yeu can take the deg ever this afternoon, if you like." And the old nun down in his " kick," as the boys c.ill it, and handed the boy a $50 note. Tige left the house that day. Frem day te day the old gentleman in quit cd of his son as te the progress Tigc was making in his studies. The invaria ble reply of his son was: "The professor says he's just getting en fine, and is going te make a talker from base." At last the eventful day came when Tigc was te be brought home, and the young man took the ether fifty from his trusting parent. That evening he came home with out the deg. " Where's Tige ?" asked the governor. "Sec here, father, " said the young man " I've get something te say that won't de te speak before all the family. I'd like te have about live minutes conversation with you in another room" Father ami son retired te another room, locked the deer, stuffed paper in the key hole, and the young man spoke as fol fel fol eows: " Well, I went ever te Brooklyn and get Tige, and he was dreadful glad te see me, you bet. When we get en the beat I just thought I'd have a little talk with the old deg, te kind of get him broke in, and as tonish the folks when we get home. We sat down at the bow of the beat, and I said 'Hew de, Tige?' "'Poety well,' said he; 'hew's the folks?'" " ' Hang up, ' says I. '"Gals all well? "said he. ' Fine as a fiddle, ' says I. " Has 3Iiranda and that big beau of hers busted any mere of the parlor chairs, sittin' en 'em double ? says he. ' " '"I don't pay much attention te the gal's love affairs, ' said I, 'and Tige you niusn't talk about such things ; they'r c sacred. ' " 'Loek a here, Jim,' said Tigc, kinder solemn like, and winking out of the corner of his eye, leek a here, does the old man keep it up kissing that chambermaid with the red checks and pug nose, every time he catches her en the basement staircase ?' " Father, just imagine hew I felt te have that deg talking that way about the au thor of my being. New, what was I going te de under the circumstances ? could I bring that deg home and have him scan dalizing our family around the neighbor hood and before company? Net much ! I just coaxed old Tigc te the edge of the beat and pushed him overboard. Dead dogs tell no tales." "The judgment of the court is that the minder was justifiable and strictly in self defense." said the old man ; and he gave the protector of the family honor another fifty, and suggested that it might be just as well te tell the folks that Tigc died in a lit, and net te mention anything about his convcisatienal powers. " Sheet That fat." Hew a Black Phantom Demoralizes a Great Iren Mill. The steel works of the Lackawanna iron and coal company in Scranton have the reputation of being well managed, and as fiec from accident as any similar establish ment in the United States, but for all that the mill is net free from superstitions. While visiting the works a few evenings age, and watching the glow of the gleam ing steel as it passed through the various processes from the river of fire flowing into the converters te the white, snake like bar that ran, a finished raiL under the saw, an incident occurred which at once started and amused a spectator. A group of perspiring workmen, with weapons of vaiieus kinds in their hands, and their faces wearing an expression of awe, rushed past exclaiming : " There she gees !" Seme of them flung pieces of. iron and slag at a retreating object that ran rapidly through the mill and out at a distant deer. At first the visitor thought some great ac cident had occurred. The men appeared very much frightened, and seemed disap pointed when the object of their attention had escaped. One was asked the cause of the commotion. "Why, didn't you see it?" asked he. It was that black cat again !" "It seems odd," said the foreman, " and I knew some persons will probably laugh at us, but I tell you that black cat is an omen of evil for this establishment. Every time we are about te have a big accident she enters that deer and runs from one end of. the works te the ether. At first we took no notice of her, but finally her visits became as regular as clockwork when ever anything serious was about te occur, and the men began te take warning from her and neglect their work when she came They noticed that she never halted in the mill, but ran from end te end of it like a streak of lightning. That's why you saw us se anxious te kill her. The foremen wish te get her out of the way, as her vis its are se demoralizing te the workmen, and the fact that she seems te lead a charm ed life and get away every time unhurt, rather strengthens the superstition con cerning her." A Frightful Fall. A Small Bey Tumbles Headforemost Inte a Well Eighty Feet in Depth. As the eight-year-old son of 3Ir. Bishop a small farmer of Kearney, N. J., was leaning ever the well in the act of drawing a bucket of water last Friday morning, the rope broke, the bucket fell te the bot tom, and the boy, losing his balance, fol lowed it. The well is eighty feet deep, and has eight feet of water in it. It is stoned up with smooth stones from top te bottom, and at the top measures four feet in diameter and at the bottom net mere than three. The mechan ical contrivance for raising the water con sisted of a wheel ever which ran a rope with a bucket at each end. One bucket was already at the bottom of the well when the rope broke. 3Irs. Bishop caught a glimpse of the boy's heels twinkling in the air and at the top of the well and she screamed for help. The Hen. Certlanct Parker was riding past taking his custom ary morning exercise, and, leaping from his horse, he hurried te the spot. He was joined by Station-Agent Reynolds. As they leaned ever well-hole, they heard the boy, in a shrill voice, piping: "Leinnie out e' this. I'm. cold. A knot had prevented the rope running off the wheel, and the boy was told te put one feet in the bucket and they would drag him up. He obeyed, and was brought te the surface in a few minutes, benumbed by his bath, but apparently uninjured. Dr. Exten found only a few scratches en his legs and a bump en his head. Yester day he was running around as usual. He must have struck his head en the soft bot tom of the well, for his hair was filled with sand. Hew he avoided striking the two iron-bound buckets in the water is a mystery. He says that he went down into the water and was losing his breath when he felt the rope and, catching held of it, pulled himself te the surface. Husband" My dear that child will ccrtanlly cough himself te death if he doesn't get relief seen." Wife "Oh: I must tell you, I just bought a bottle of Dr. Themas' Ecleetric Oil, which Mm, Brown told me cured her little girl entirelT,und 1 am going te try It with Johnny." She did se, and Johnny Is new skipping about as lively anil as merry as a cricket, ter sale H. 15. Cochran, druguist. 137 and 13U Xerth iucen street, Lancaster, ra. a Jehn Hays. Credit P.O., says: "His shoulders were se lame for nine months that he could net raise his hand te his head; but by the use et Dr. Themas' Ecleetric Oil the pain and lame ness disappeared, and although three months has elapsed, he has net had an attack of it since. Fer sale byjll. R.;Cochran,druggist, 187 and 139 Xerth Quecn street, Lancaster. Pa. t BOOKS AJfD STATIONERY. "VTKW STATIONERY! Xew, Plain and Fancy STATIONERY. Alse, Velvet and Eastlake PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS. AT L. M. FLYNN'S BOOK AM) STATIONERY STORE, Ne. 42 WEST KING STREET. JOO BAEE'S "SOIS, 15 and 17 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA., have in stock a large assortment of BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Attention is invited te their FAMILY AND PULPIT BIBLES Teachers' Riblcs, Sunday Scheel Libraries, Hymnals, Prayer Reeks,, HYMX BOOKS AXD MUSIC ROOKS Fer Sunday Schools. FINE ltEWAED (JAJWS. SUNDAY SCHOOL REQUISITES of all kinds. 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