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LAHCABTEB. AUGUST SO. 18.
1882 iml 18S4.
After the nomination of Rebert E. Pat Pat
t'taen for governor in 1682 by the Demo Deme
crate, the Philadelphia IiccerO assailed him
with all its force of coarse . itineratien
and bitter Jnuende. The Democrats
were accused of having cast te the winds
every chance of success by nominating a
weak candidate, who had no chance of
winning, and who if elected would be the
mere " factotum " of interests which the
Recerd hated. Its intensity of feeling led
it into ether extremes; and during the
campaign it did some very discreditable
things te defeat Pattison and the entire
Democratic state ticket.
But the sequel proved the Iticer d te be
utterly mistaken, l.t baa started upon a
like course toward Mr. Ulack ; and it will
encounter the same fate. In many re
spect Mr. Black is the fittest man in
Pennsylvania te be the Recerd's candidate
for governor; and he is the very embodi
ment of many of the salutary principles
which the Recerd has helped te educate
the people te believe in. It cannot undo
its own work. Black will be elected as
The queen's speech is read at the open
ing of Parliament by the Lord Chancellor,
who stands by the throne with one feet en
the lower step ; is w rittcn by the ministers
without reference te the queeu's opinion or
wishes, and in its delivery yesterday, was
net even honored by the queen's presence.
It may theiefore be regarded as an expres
sion of the intentions and an eutline of the
policy of the party In power. In this case
the eutline w.is extremely faint, because
the many diOIcultics th.il beset the party
in power, make ite future course a matter
of mystery te its leaders.
The only point in the speech from the
throne was en the evident necessity of
further financial legislation, anil in leply
te this Mr. Gladstone referred te Ireland
us the most important question and inti
mated that until that question was settled
there would be small prospect of disposing
of ether necessary legislation.
Lord Randelph Churchill's rambling re
ply was full of suggestions of a rather con
tradictory character, and it is doubtful
whether the ignoble lord himself knows
or cares te knew what it means. The gov
ernment is represented as opposed te coer
cion, but will strive te present crime from
becoming chronic in Belfast, as it is said
te be in ether parts of Ireland, and will
use all its military power for the restora
tion of order in Kerry. Thenctef'Sl will be
regarded as a final settlement of the land
question for the present, and a rejal com
mission will Inquire into the exist
ing land syitem while the govern
ment will try te secure mere com
plete information of Irish industries.
He alluded te contemplated public
works in Ireland for the development of
its reseurses, but Churchill is net feel
enough te imagine that any such sugges
tions of interest in the welfare of the Irish
can de his party nny geed or satisfy the
Seven of the eight Anarchists en trial in
Chicago, for murderous bomb-throwing,
have been found guilty of murder in the
first degree, the ether, Xeebe, being sen
tenced te fifteen years' penal servitude.
It is a righteous end te a long trial.
Every possible chance was given te the de
fendants te acquit themselves, and their
causa was championed by some of the
ablest legal talent in the country, but it
was of no avail. Their crimes had found
them out, nnd they must new pay the pen
alty for their grave infraction of the laws
of the laud.
There will be, no doubt, efforts m.ide te
aecure a new trial, and the law's delay will
be Invoked In appeals and exceptions. But
in the end the scaffold will loom up as the
melancholy ending for the defendants. The
reinlt will be a stern warning te all this
class of disturbers that whlle the United
BUtes are a free country, they will net
tolerate a freedom te defy law and order.
Iec or the Chicago Conienlleu.
Tka Irish National League convention
in Cblcage has closed its labors and ad
journed, it has strengthened the hands of
Mr. PameU and his colleagues by the
strong resolutions et support it adopted,
and it has gene a step farther than befoie
by taking up the policy of boycotting Eng
lish goods se long as Irish injustice con cen
tlnuei. It is doubtful if ti.ui.. .,
, partiue will be very effective, as it will
I uve tne enect, u scrupulously carried out
4 efaltfnitlng many English friends of the
'. 'A - Thtsrosellitlnii Rmat,1i!ivn lx... ..,..
llaconcesilento the llre-eating section et
Undelegates who would luvve been sadly
- a'PJ-uUKl te l-ave geno home without
-' 0ne vi80re1-' n,"ke of the English
i- Wetft'i tall. The scenes en the lloer of the
eMVMtleu were of a very heated variety
t times, hilt thev were lint pnnanl en
tewhb radical differences of opinion as
by ofpeiHg views of hew a given end
mlfftit best be reached.
FInerty made a spcctacle of himself by
his intemperate remarks, and the anti-Irish
press in.Engl.ind willdeubtless inake much
of his sayings te the attempted detriment
of the cause. But his reputation its a
brawler is se well established that his ac
tions aroet little consequence. On the
whole the convention has done geed weik.
It has nchiced much in solidifying the
Irish sentiment of the country and throw
ing it te Panicll, and thlsimtst be etrectUe
in securing a large incisure of gee i for Ire
land in the future.
llAt,tTi: vi ami Mctcan, the rival Cincin
nati editors, are talking atmutn duel. The
public could afford te leek euttils proceeding
with the same complacency with which the
old man viewed the tight betnoen hit tor ter
magant wire and the bear.
The action of the l'resbyterlan synod In
acquitting Dr. Weed row of the chargra el
heresy brought against him by brother
clergy, will meet with the approval of all
Hberal-nilnded people. The ground of the
accusation was solely Dr. Woodrew'
avowal el belief In evolution, and as he w'
able te satlsly hU own mind that that belief
does net centllct with any essential point of
Presbyterian faith, there would seem 10 iw
small ground for the charges te rest upon.
His assailant claims that there it an Irrecon
cilable centllct between the teaching of the
Prosbyterian church, and the teachings of
evolution, and that both can net be true.
Therefore belief In the latter proves dis
belief in the former. Of course this depends
en hew both these teachings are understood.
If evolution Is defined as the doctrine that
man has been de eloped from a monkey
as opposed te the dectrine of the church
that man was created Instantly irem
the dust of the earth, It would seem import,
ble te affect a reconciliation. But fortu
nately neither of these definitions are com
monly accepted, and but few who adhere te
evolution are convinced of the existence of
the missing lluk. There Is no cause for a
coutreerslal war between Christians en the
matter ei oelutlon, for it true it must pre
vail and must be reconcilable with all ether
truths and In harmony with Christianity.
It Is a geed thing for a man when the op
position press can say nothing worse of him
than that be Is the seu el an illustrious father.
It Is said that the Irish cause has been In
jured by Flnerty's speech. "et much 1 It
Is I'lnerty's speech that has been Injured by
collision with the Irish cause. It has been
eensldered a fluent nud fiery specimen of
Irish oratory, but people have discovered
that the proportion of sense te sound Is
ridiculously small and its author w ill doubt
less be known hereafter as llembastcs
scaffolds will seen be
The special feature of te-morrow's extra
Issue of the Intellieescck will boanela
ble article en Geerge Stepbenseu and bis son
Hebert, the first named of whom was the
father of the locomotive. The sketch will
Include the history of railroads from the be
ginning with all the modern Innovations and
perfections. It Is from the pen of a skilled
English engineer of I-incaster, whose
portrait accompanies the sketch. " I'ncas"
talks charmingly of the tyranny of fashions
and gives his -iowset a recently published
list of alleged delected lktien. An article en
'Saturday Night" hums up the joys of that
vacation period. The "Vacation Paper" this
week discusses antiquity in its relation te
things historical. An article en chrysanthe
mums discloses w hat Is going te be seen at
the coming fair. Besides these special sub
jects, there is a large ariety of miscellany,
poetry, itc, In addition te a large telegraphic
report and a crisp and readable account of
local news up te the hour of guiug te press,
bend In your orders early.
A HEMTEN nocktle will act as a ery vlg.
oreus restraint upon luture .imbltieus An
T.eltn HANDOLrjr CilL'iiuim u is said te
wrlte very slovenly English.
Themas Ewine Sheumav, son et (fen.
Sherman, will be a profeiier or rhetoric in
Detroit college during the nett year.
PnEsiDENT Elliet, of Harvard college, re
marks : "I recognize but one mental acqui
sition as an essential part of the education of
a lady or a gentleman namely, an accurate
and refined use of the mother tongue."
Mn. Prank Stockton Is credited by
Arie Bates with sending a pontlfreus door doer deer
key te a friend ut sailing ter Europe with
this message : " lie says it is the ke- te one
of the ery best bearding beuse lu Eoudeu.
lie Is Herry he has forgotten the address :
but If you try the doers until ou tlnd the
one this tits, you may be sure the place is a
Cel. V. 8. Pltxsuum, et Londonderry,
N. II., has offered a reward of Jij for the cap
ture, alive or dead, of an enormous snake
that is said te live iu and about the Seuth
graveyard In that town. The last man who
saw the reptile was en his way home irem a
tavern, wbere he bad been drinking apple
Jack en a wager, and be say s It is 1- feet in
length and I inches in diameter.
TUB UUHKAV V L.tllUU.
UomiuUilener Wright Collecting Information
for III Second Anuual Itfpert
Commissioner Wright, of the L'nited States
bureau et labor, has the eighteen agents of
the department bard at work collecting lntor lnter lntor
matlen for the second annual report et the
bureau, which he proposes te Issue by
the time Congress meets agnin. Com
missioner Wright took charge of the
bureau, It will be remembered. In January,
18S5, right in the middle of a ilscil year, and
thus his Urst annual report oeuld net be Is
sued until this spring. In order te bring it
Inte line with the ether annual reports el the
governmental offices he proposes iu get out
hlssecena annual report this fall. It will
treat ottwe subjects: Plrst The strikes in
the United States from 1SS0 until July 1,
1SSC ; their causes, duration, characteristics
and results. Secend. Convict labor In the
United Hiate. with Its relation te the lree
labor of the country.
Congress, at Its last session, by resolution,
specially instructed the co'nuilsileu.r ei
labor te collect and collate Information ou
this subject. Ne special agents w ill le nent
abroad by the bureau this year, though some
information will probably be collected as te
the prison systems of Uuroje through cor
respondence. Congress gave Commissioner
Wright fU2,810 for the work of the bureau
uuring me prosent iiscui year.
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A Hey Commits Siilclite,
In ilaltimore,en Thursday, Willie I.eague,
lliteen years old, was visiting Alice Hiynes,
a playmate, aged fourteen, qhey had been
amusing themselves In the garden attached
teibe girl's residence. Wlille went te the
bouse and brought out a leaded cat rllle,
Allce was swinging In a hammock at the
time. " Oh, Willie," she cried, " be careruh
That gun Is leaded." " I knew it is, Alice,"
replied the ,boy, placing the muzzle te the
slde of bis head and reaching down te the
trigger. "-Den'tl don't!" screamed Alice,
trying te extricate herselt Irem the hammock
te prevent him. The boy looked at her and
smiled and said, "Alice. I'm tired of life,"
and shot himself. The ball pushed through
his head, inflicting j fatal wound. The child
Is belleved te have been demented.
In the liase lull World.
Yesterday New Yerk was defeated by
Philadelphia tn a fine game The Giants had
but three hits oil Casey and the Phillies had
a slngle error In the held. The ncore was &
te 1. The ethor League games were: At
Bosten : Bosten 4, Washington 3 ; at Chicago j
Chicago i, SU Leuis :t,
The Association games yesterday wero ; At
Baltimore : Baltimore U. AlhlctlcU : at hut en
Island : Mets D, Brooklyn 1 ; at hU Leuis :
Pittsburg 0, St. Leuis 0 j at Louisville : Louis Leuis
villa 0, Cincinnati a.
MeTamany tried te play for Brooklyn
yesterday hut be had te glve It up lu the third
,,1l'im?ey. Kll'y l-ynch, Shaw and Casey
11 pitched geed games yesterday,
Louisville la steadily gaining ou HU Leuis
and Is only seven behind in games w en.
THB DKM0CKATI08TATK TICKBT.
Complimentary Opinions of Seme nt Ilia Lend
rrointhe Philadelphia Ledger, In
The soldier tlcket of the Itepubllcaus has
been fairly matched by the Democrats, who
have nominated Cel. IU ltruce Hlcketts for
Ooverner. "Hlcketts' lUttery" was one of
the familiar phrases during the war. It did
geed sorvlce in almost eery battle et the
Potomac, and at Gettysburg was the centre
around which the tlercestUghtlug took place.
Wilt Cenimsnd (lenerat Audit,
rrointhe Nun-erk Herald, lnd.
lloththeUhlo and PenusyUaula com en
tleus praise the acts and the words ( Pre!
dent Cleveland. This approval was or
course, te be expected. Hut the emphatic
cordiality with which It oenvej ed w 111 eveke
criticism as well as satisfaction. The policy
eutlined In both platform I llkeiv, en the
whole te command general Democratic as
sent, Itwpvclatile ami I trvllmt.
Fromlhe Philadelphia Inquirer, Hep.
The ticket aud platterm adopted by the
convention are eminently repectable, and
will be found worthy of the antagonism of
the Kepubllcans. Ail the nominees are ex
cedent Democrats aud geed meu, aud they
will poll the full ete of the partv.
An Inspiration te It lery
I'retu the New 1 erk erld
Stalwart Jere lllack'a'seu is the Democratic
candidate for governor of Pennsylvania. The
name should be an inspiration te Ictery.
The fflirnt Choice.
Frem the lUltlinere Sun
In selecting the present Ueuteuaut gover
nor, Mr. Chauncey V. Black, as their candi
date ter govorner, the l'enusylvaula Demo
crats have made perhaps the wisest cholce
between the claims of rival leadors. Mr.
Black, as the son of the late Jeremiah &
Black, lnherlu a strong affection for Jeffer Jeffer
eon Ian principles, aud, as a young and vig
orous leader with sufficient experience of
public affairs te temper hi euergy with dis
cretion, will doubtless command the enthu
siastic support of the younger element of his
party. Mr. Black's public utterances have
given him a wide reputation for compactness
of statement, clearness et reasoning nnd
comprehensive grap of the political Issues of
the day, and under his leadership the Penu
svlvanla Democracy mav be expected te
make a spirited and determined fight. His
antagonist, Gen. Beaver, has arleut ele
ments of weakness, net the least of which is
found in the tact that he was badlv beaten
when a candldate ler the same office tour
years age. In that contest Mr. Black held
second place en the ticket with the present
Governer rattlsen, aud was chosen lieuten
ant governor. lie has doubtless suffered
since then Irem the rivalries and Jealousies
with which the Pennsylvania democracy, as
well as Its opponents, has been afflicted, but
he is tee yeuug a man te have laid up the
store of rtsnUuents w hicb might have been
called into play by the nomination of one of
the veteran leaders, and the large vote which
he received 103 te 129 cast for Ueu. Win, A.
Wallace would seem te indicate that he will
have little if any difficulty in concentrating
his forces for the assault upon the Kepubllcau
strongholds. Mr. Black resides at Yerk. Pa..
the home of his distinguished father, and iu
1S;0 was chosen president of the Jeffersen
Democratic association of that place, whose
purposes were declared te be the preserva
tion or the constitution of the United State,
the autonomy or the States, home rule,
freedom et elections, resistance te revelu
tienary changes tending te consolidation or
empire, te the election of any person te the
presidency for a third time, te the presence
of troops at the polls, te the appropriation of
public money for any purpose but the sup
port of government, te commercial restric
tiens for the benefit of the lew at the cot or
the many, and te "class legislation which
destroys the natural freedom et trade and
despoils labor te build up monopoly." The
Sun, in June last, commenting en the possi
bility of Mr. Black's nominaiieu, remarked
that he "has Bhewn abundant merit of his
own, besides which he Is a diseiple net only
et Jeffersen, but of en illustrious sire, who lei t
his mark se deeply graven upon the history
ei tne last quarter ei a century, jnuge uiacic
was the intellectual leador of his party In
Pennsylvania for years before his death,
and the crown he were will net be
fruitless If the sceptre of his pew or in another
form passes te a lineal hand." The plat
form adopted by the convention at liar
risburg yesterday favors "ajustand fair revi
sion of the revenue law," oulegizos the "re
form admlnstratien or President Cloveland,"
indorses Governer rattlsen, and expretses
strong sympathy with labor "in its efforts te
make industrial and moral worth, net money
the true standard et individual and national
f;reatness." It also suggests a number of
egislatlve msasures in the intercut of work werk
ingmen. VHuavevts or thi- fuvit vhvi:
Th lleltl el Apple ut Ceeil Fer an
Kren k ear Peaches. Plums and Pear.
With the aid of about 1.M0 special corres
pondents The A'eie England ITemealcail will
this week be enabled te present a complete
forecast as te the yield of large fruits, the
harvest of which has been begun. It Is the
even or bearing year tar apples In New Eng
land, but, although there Is a large yield of
fall fruit, the reports lndicate that the crop of
winter apples will be about TO par cent, et the
usual eyon-year yield in six state. In the
best apple counties of Vermont, along Lake
Cbamplaln, net two-thirds of a full even
year crop will be secured, whlle Maine re re
jierts a decrease of-0 percent., but both these
states and New Hampshire will have a
large surplus. Connecticut has but half a
crop and Massachusetts en SO per cent, of a
crop. The falling nil in New Kuglaud,
bowever, will be pirtly made up by the great
crop in hoapplesectlensofNovaScotla. An
napolis and King counties last year ovpertcd
only 40,000 barrels, but this section will bae
a surplus or 100,000 barrels. Perhaps the
meat significant tact revealed In this Impor
tant report is that the great apple counties of
Western New Yerk premise the lightest crop
in twenty years and the worst feature Is that
the quality premises te be comparatively
peer. The great apple ceuntle of Orleans,
Menree, Niagara, Wayne and Wyoming are
reported as having rcarcely 50 percent of the
av erage yleld. In Eastern New Yerk there
is a better prospect, but the average for the
whole Btate 100 reperti U only 5J per cent.
Pennsylvania has b5 percent or a lull apple
crop and there Is a geed crop In Ohie, but
from further West the reports are discourag
ing and the Northwest and Southwest have
such a small supply as te eiler a remunera
tive market for the surplus of the Middle
states, tnuah of which was last year available
Cable reports from various points lu Eng
land and ou the continent cenUrm the earlier
predictions of rather a short apple crop there,
yWW!lll V Ctf trrw.1 fnllt tn l'(lrrlen.l m.A
urauge crop et southern Europe, bowever,
Will in lerira and will atTnft llinilaiTi.nit rn.
American apples Bomewbat. Last year
nearly 000,000 barrels or apples were exported
te England, the supply being se large that
prices were barely remunerative. The ex ex
eorts will hardly be as large this year.
American orange pippins sold in Liverpool
at f3 CO per barrel en Monday. This was the
first sale et the season and the price is
equivalent te about Ji'ii net en this side,
which is a slight advance en current values.
Pears will be considerably below the usual
yield and peaches for the third tiuie are prac
tically a failure north et the lerty-tlrst parallel.
There is a lair crop of plums nnd they will be
cheap, while grapes In New Jersey are light
and a geed crop In southern New England
should bring fair prices.
uihth rait run rAjisimc.
Orchard Planting lluulan Apples uuU the Cul
tivation of tue Pencil,
Frem the Country (jcntlcman.
It Is well for theso who plant large market
orchards, te set the trees out by the hundred,
alter having made a wise and careful selec
tion of sorts, and a thorough preparation of
the ground. It will prove most convenient
te set each kind In n row, extendlug serous
the orchard, or In two or mere row, se that
In gathering, thesprlng wagon may be driven
directly onward without turning. I'er home
supply, this systematic method Is less essen
tial i but all newly set orchards, large or
small, should be registered, se that when the
names are lest, they may be easily restered
by referring te the record. The small home
orchard should be annually replenished by a
few additions or no w sorts, or or theso which
have been previously emitted, but the main
object te be kept lu view, is te secure a regu.
lar succession of rlpe fruit, without break or
Interruption the year through.
Hardiness el ltusslaii Apples
Prof. W, baunders, In his roerton agrl
cultural colleges, states that when at Iowa
college, Prof. Budd Bhewed him a collection
of common and Itnsslan apples, and the ef
fect of the Intensely cold winter en each.
The orchard of common varieties contained
1,200 tree, planted live or six years age, and
embracing IIS varieties, and Including the
Oldenburg, originally from Kula. The
ether orchard hail 1,000 trees all llussian.
1 he result of the unusually severe winter
was that threo-teurths of the first mentioned
orchard were killed, but conspicuous among
these which ecped w a the Oldenburg. In
the ether orchard, composed entirely of Kua
slsu sorts of ever loe varieties net a slngle
dead troe could be found. These who are
net acquainted with the ltulau apples,
sheiid net hewever tnake themltake el sup sup
elng lliem te tM valuable, except In locali
ties where the w inters are se sev ere as te kill
our common and much better sorts.
J, M. White, In bis report n peaih
orchardstelhoN'ew Jersey experiment station
says that lu visiting various peash gtovvers In
Merris and Hunterdon ceuntle, he ha
found that these who cultlvate the most
thoroughly and fertilize Judiciously reallre
the greatest pretlla. The healthiest and lengst
lived orchards are these which have been
lertlllml with potash nnd phosphelro acid.
Amenng ether orchard, he decrliies that el
J. S. Quinby, of Chester, who has i,000 tree
In bearing 0 te 10 years old. He applies 600
lb., of bone te the acre, aud us uuuli ashes
as he cau secure. The fruit Is abundant and
el geed quaiUty. If disease appears, every
affected tree Is removed and destroyed at
oncet and no Instrument en a disrated tree It
ued ou a healthy oue until thoroughly
cltMued. S. II. Wartmau cultivates hi 7,000
bearing trees twice a seaen. The put season
he had 3,G00 baskels of peaches. Dr. H. Hace,
or Plttstewn gathered MOO basketsetpeaches
Trem 3,000 tree, lit used superphesphate
and potash. J. U Nixon, of Qnakertewn,
sold 0,000 baskets from his 12,000 trees the
past season, for fOI5 . he cultivates well, and
applies barn manure and weed ashes. On
soils In ether regions, the potash and bone
mav give a dltlerent result
lie Nved Ills Life.
Frem the I euth's Companion.
One of the men bent ever a portion or the
machine te pour in a few drops of oil, w here
a brass cup that supplied one of the bearings
was empty. Luke watched him eagerly,
longing te ask some question, but net daring
te risk rebuff. The ether was absent at the
moment, and as the mau dropped lu the
clear oil, the liuge machine gilded slew ly
and deliberatelyalmest Imperceptibly en.
Luke's hand waslu his pocket, playing
with a neiv knife that he had purchased out
of his last week's earntngs a knife that be
had bought only alter a hard battle, for it
seemed se extravagant an act, but be bad felt
that he certainly ought te possess one, and se
he bad spent a couple of shillings lu the
useful little ImplemeuU It was a capital
knife, with the most highly polished of
blades, but two shilling'- were two shillings
and there was a slight feeling of repentance
in hi mind which seemed te start out of his
pocket at the touch of the knife, and run up
his arm te his brain.
Tne man went en dropping oil into the
machine, ever which the great armor-plate
rode slowly en. All at once Luke's hands
turned cold and wet inside, and the dew
catnoeut upon bis forehead, for the iron
plating that formed the lloer around the
machine was worn smooth, and in addition
marked by a few drops et eiU Over this the
engineer's feet were eliding as he reached
forward and overbalanced himself, se that he
lay right forward en his chest with his feet
clear of the ground.
It seemed nothing te mind. The man had
only te hullle back a little and recover his
footing. There wa plenty et time bofero
the plate passed under the huge cress-piece
that held the sides or the planing macblme
like stays. There seemed te be nothing te
mind no reason for hand te turn damp
and cheeks or a pale ashen hue. But there
was cause, and as the engineer realized It, he
dashed away his oil-tin, and tried te drag
He uttered a low, hearse, cry, and lay back
motionless for a few moments, chtlied as
Luke bad been in Bestock's hands, every
lacuny irezen ey tne uorrer ei nis position,
for the side of his stout Jacket had been
drawn In between two cog-wheels, and even
in theso few seconds he was being drawn en
and en, slowly and slowly, as If by fate, be.
neath the great iron cress-pieces, te be crush
ed and tern by the irresistible force into frag
ments tee horrible te beheld.
" Held ' Help " he cried, but his voice
was drowned by the shrieking et the planed
steel and the bis of steam and rumble of the
machinery'. "Oh Heaven Iny wlfe and
bairns!" These! words seemed te reusa
Luke te action as he saw new that the man
was frantically trying te extricate his arms
from his Jacket, and he darted off te call for
help, but turned back en the lnalaut. lie
felt that before aid could come, the man
would be crushed te death, lie sprang back
te try and threw the machine out of gear,
but he did net knew whi:h lever te touch,
and the peer struggling wretch could net
It f eetned se slight a thing te de te bIId off
the stout Jacket, but one portion was tightly
held by the wheel, and Its wearer was being
dragged closer, till, in his horror and dispair,
he ceased his efforts te tear off bis garment
and seized the masslve iron framework te
press himself back. Vain struggle! the
strength of a hundred men would have been
as nothing against the rower of that ponder
ous machine, and as Luke darted round te
the ether side and bent ever him, be gazed
down at the starting eye-balls, the convulsed
face, and the white teeth from which the lips
were drawn away. Luke instantly opened
bis knife and began cutting the coarse cloth
that se firmly held the unfertunate wretch te
"Say a prayer, male," the peer fellow
w hlspered, hoarsely. "Ged help me ' Will
It be ever seen?"
Crlrr-r-r-ck !.crr-r-r-r ! such a curious toar tear toar
Ingneiso! And then again and again as the stout cot
ton material gave and tore and split at that
magic touch. And again and again, rip ! rip 1
tear! tear! as It wound round ttie cog-wheel,
while Its wearer forced himelf mere and
mere away. Anether application or Luke's
knife, and the man was free te roll himself
right off 4he great plate and fall upon his
knees by the side of the ponderous machine,
and raise his hands clasped as If in prayer.
The next moment be had fallen ever Bido Bide Bido
wlse, fainting dead away. Luke's eyes fell
upon the man's tea-tin, and, catching it up,
be poured a few drops between his lips, drew
him into an easier position, and then was
about te run ler help, but the peer fellow's
eyes uuclesed, and be gazed vacantly about
for a moment before be realized what had
happened. Then he rose heavily te his feet
and took Luke's hand, te give it a firm,
strong grip, looking him straight In the eyes.
It was a full minute bofero he could speak,
and then his veice was very husky as be
" I can't hardly say ewt, tnate, en'y I want
thattheer knlfe. An theer It be !" he cried,
steeping and picking It up from where Luke
bad dropped It, the bright new blade shining
iu the black dusU " Ive net get much,
mate," he continued, " but I'm going te glve
you a suv'rln for that llttle knlfe as saved
me for ray peer wife and bairns."
He steed holding the blade In hi bread
black hand for a few moments, and then he
klssed It and handedlt back.
" Mate," he said "It you hadn't had that
knire and cnt my Jacket as you did, 1
shouldn't have been "he could net finish,
for his voice grew husky, and, sitting down
upon a bench, he covered bis face with bis
The Dangers of Dust.
A writer in the Londen Lancet says:
Darkness, damp and dust are potent agen
cies of disease. Everybody recognizes this :
but bow many fait te adept Its precepts ! If
there be sermons in stenes, surely the sum
mer dust and its dangers would prove a
fruitful subject for medical discourse, There
Is as great a difference between Londen and
country dust as there is between the corres
ponding muds. Pulverized matter would
be harmless enough if It were deprived of its
physical property or ready diffusion. The at
rneapbere Is laden and swarms with particu
late matter el highly complex nature. Its
chief peril te living beings resides in the or
ganle constituents ; largely this organ le ma
terial consists of minute forma of life In a
state of lateney, only waiting for a spoil et
heat and moisture and a favorable amount of
light, or It mav be darkness te awaken It
Inte activity. The habits of Individuals in
every class of society, including the masses,'
are net calculated te diminish, but rather te
augment the amount or organic matter In our
atmosphere. Mucuv, saliva and humor, op ep
ularly known as matter,' must be dis
charged from the mouth and nostrils te the
extent of many gallons dally, and net a little
or this comes from infective sources, while
we venture te think that the bulk or it min
gles with the dust or our streets and courts.
ir, as seem net unlikely, consumption Is
largely caused by ' germs,' then a very ready
theory mav be advesated concerning the
mode In which centaglum la canght. Who
can estimate the amount of mischief that the
shaking of mats may have caused T Hew
many young girls early In the morning en
their way te business have, se te speak, re
ceived their death blew wlille Inspiring, all
unconscious et harm, eome et the clouds of
dust that nlwajn greet thorn T Who rail
tell T The abatement of this danger and
nuisance I a dllllculty that nlmest seems In
surmouutable. Much may be dene by per
sonal habits of prevention."
Ohe vve.vrsncMiwiief silver grnr.
And en lil gentle d e
The nr ven Unco et lu.inv a year
1 reverently unce
A gnzehslf sorrowful, halt glad,
Ou vntly daj he turns t
Then leeks with wistful iielleiilnK
heie sunct tilery burns.
Sty ether news aenvnna! geld,
Mid with hoi csser eye
Mie pc the future, hiltiht and licit,
In nullum beuUy Use.
hlle one leeks back with longing gals,
One fer aid leek In hope
Life lies behind, beletv, lioyeud
llevi lluilllejtH cip8
Jin -Vnrpnrrt Heumt.
Oust I nation, thecurnef our sedentary llfe"
Dyspepsia, our uutlenal disease, and lthouma ltheuma
ttsni, which comes from add stomach and from
Uiosudden chtnges In our . lttunte, are unlckly
cured by taking oue ei two 111 mdieth'a Tills
every nlaht for a month. Pirsens nre new
ltv Ing, enjoying most vigorous lieAltb, v he Imv e
tnken one of these Pills a night ler ever thirty
years Lhnmle UUeaes are cured by taking
from two te four et ltnindrvth's Pills ever
night for a month They purge away the old
dtseed body. Thl ea rcplace with new and
healthy neh prepared by an Inv Igerated dlges
tlen trem simple, healthlul loetl.
THAT HACKING CULtllt can be se iiulckly
cure! by Station's Cure. vv guarantee lu ter
sale by 11. IU Cochran, DruggUU .V137 North
The Impending Danger.
The recent statistics el the number of deaths
(hew tht a larg majority die with Consump
tion 1 hi dtwase may commence vtth an ap
parentl; hanule ceiih hich em be cured In
stantly by hemp's lialsim for the Threat and
Lungs, w htch Is icuaranteed te cure and relieve
all cases. Price se cent and (1 7YW ( ret
for sale by 11 It. Cochran, drugxtst, Ne. 137
North Ciueun street, eMwdAltw
SHII.OH'3 CLUE will Immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping leugh and Urenchltts. Fer
salebyll.lt Cochran, Druggist, Ne. 137 North
SIUI.OH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure Is
sold by us en a guarantee. It cures Consump
tion I or ale by It. 11. Cochran, DruggtsU Ne.
IS) North Queen streeu
The V erdlrt L'nsuluieaa.
teu are feeling depressed, your appetite Is
Soer, you are bothered with Headache, you are
dtfety, nervous, ana generally nut of sorts, and
want te6raceup. llntcu up, hut nelnlthstlinu
hints, spring medicines, or bitters, which have
for their bsls very cheap, bad whtsky, and
which stimulate you ter an hour, and then leave
you tn worse condition than before, V hat you
want Is an alterative that will purify yenr bleed,
start healthy action of I.Iver nnd hldueys, re
store your vitality, and gtve rcnewed health and
strength Such a medicine you will nnd tnKlec tnKlec
trte flitters, and only 35 nuts a battle at U U.
Cochrans Drug Mere, 137 aud IS) North Queen
street, l.ancuter, Pa. (2)
llucklen's Arnica 8lt .
The Heat Salve tn the world for Cuts. Bruises.
Seres, Ulcers, Salt Khemn, Fever Seres, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, chilblains. Cerns, and all Sktn
Eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed te give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Prlce -3 cents per
box. rer silo by H. It. Cecnran, DruvglsU W
and 139 North Queen streeu Lancaster, Pa.
AN" UN'IOnTUNATE PERSON.
The most unfertunate person In the world Is
one amictcd with stck headache, but they wui
be relieved at ence by uslnu Dr Leslie's Special
Prescription. -ee advertisement In auother
WHY VVILLIOU cough when Shtleh's Cure
will Rive Immediate reltef. Prlce 10 cts , M eta
and II, rer sale by 11 U. Cecbran, DruggUU
Ne. 137 North Ilueen streeu
Great excitement has been caurcd In the vi
cinity et Paris, lex., by the remarkable re
covery of Mr. J. K-Corley, who was se hoi pi cm
he could net turn In bed. or raise his head .
everybody said he was dying of Consumption.
A trial bottle of Dr. King'
sent him. rtudfng reltef, he bought a large bet
Sew DUceverv was
tie and a box et Dr. King's -New Life Pills ; bi
the time he had taken two boxes of Pills and
two bottles et the Discovery, he was weU and
had gained in lleb thirty -ell pounds.
Trial Uettles of this Great Discovery for Consumption-free
nt II. 11. Cochran's Drug store, 137
and 133 North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. (.')
CATAKKIl CUltKl), health and sweet breath
secured, by ShUeh's Catarrh Kemcdy. Price w
cenu. Nasal Injector free, ter sale by 11. IU
Cochran, DrugglaU e.lS) North Queen streeu
Oxa narrti EFricrs a Cvk Mr. Oscar E. 11.
Kech, of Allentown, Pa , was bedfast with In
flammatory rheumatlsm In the winter of 1&S3.
Doctors could de nothing te relieve him. He
commenced using Gress' fthcumatle Uemcdy.
Ily the time he had nsed hall a bettle he could
leave his bed ; when he had finished the bottle
he was cured and has net had a return or the
disease since, in his own words, "I leel better
than ever before. ' Price II, by all druggist.
CKOUP, WUOOPINO COUQII and llrenchltlj
Immedutely relieved by Shlleh sCnre. Fer sale
by 11. II. Cochran, DrugglsU Ne. 133 North Queen
Kly's Cream IUIui waa recommended te me
by my druggist as a prevontlve te hay fever
lfave been using It as directed and have found
It as directed and have found It a specific ter
that much dreaded and loathsome disease, for
ten years or mere I have been a great sufferer
each year, from August 0th tUl front, and h&vu
tried many alleged remedies for tta cure, but
Ely's Cream Halm is the only prev entlve I have
ever found. Hay fever sufferers onghtteknow
of Its efficacy.-P It. Alns worth, el P 11. Alns Alns
werth A Ce , publishers, Indtannpells, Ind.
WILL YOU SUrrKIl with Dyspepsia, and
Liver Complaint T ShUeh's Vltallier Ugnaran1
teod tecuia you. Fer Bele by II. II. Cochran
DrugglsU Ne. 137 North Queen street.
Da. UisaLxa Werk Strct, Purely vegetable,
pleasant te take, will expel worms If any exIsU
no purgative required after using. Prlce, S3
cents, by all druggists. feb8-3mdUW&r
WIK KB AffU LlfJUUHJI.
BUANDY I BBANDY 1 1
At this season et the year every famUy
should have a liettle of
Reigart's Old Brandy.
a safe and sure euro for Cholera and ether sum
UKIGAHT'S OLD WINE 8TOUE,
II. E. SLAYUAKKU, AgU
Oil HOT WKATIIKIU
j 1 i c a
BAUTEUNK AND OKl.MAN WINES.
'KKIGAl.T'9 WINK BTOItE.
II. E. SUATXAKXB, AOT.
rl a lu"T
TOBACCO CUTTINGS, 8CKAPS, SIFT
INOS AND PACKEUS' WASTE, Dry and
Clean, bought for cash.
Ne. 273 Pearl Street, New Yerk.
Uelorence ried. Hchutte, Ne. 213 Pearl street,
New Yerk. febl71yd
he Queen of Table Waters, Hawthorn Spring
of Saratoga, at
II. K. SLAYMAKKU Agt
OPENING AT II. QER
The Largest and most Complete Assertncnt
of riNE WOOLLKNH ler the Spring Tiadete be
found In the City of Lancaster.
A Choice Line of Spring Overceatings ana
Pantaloenlngs in all the Latest Patterns.
Prices Lew, Hest Workmanship, and all goods
Warranted as represented.
NO. 3 NOKTII QUEEN 8TUEET.
AWOppeslta the Postefflcc, mar27-lyflii
T-O.VT SUITER ANY LONGER
Prem Your Disordered Kidneys,
Black ltarren Mineral Spring Water
Is a PretnpU EtnctentandCheapItcincdy,
Its Tonic and Invlgerant Powers make It an
excellent Dyspepsia Itcniedy.
Dr. llegnauii, et Prance, writing te Oen. Iteff.
ef the U. s. Army, says t
Yeu need net come te Europe ler Waters te
Cure Dyspepsia j we have nene hotter than
llLACKllABUKN SPUING WATEB."
Persons supplied and vessels furnished.
P.S. UOODUAN, Manager,
. . Ne. 7 East Grant StreeU
Fer sale by JNO. It. KAUPPMAN, Druggist,
North queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.
JtLACK J1AUUKN 8PU1NO liOUSK new open.
Pleasant drove, Lancaster County, Pa.
"- "''' "," ja.'si'nii.i.-
'OU It NINO GOODS.
Priestley's Black Silk Warp Henriettas, Black
Ooshtuere, Olarette Cleth, Etlmine Oleth, Princltt
Oleth, Nun's Veiling and Camel's Hair; Oeurtaud's
Orape and Nun's Veiling for Veats ; Black Thibet
Leng and Square Shawls.
HAGER & BROTHER,
Nes. 25 aud 27 West King Street, Lancaster, Fa.
VTEXT DOOlt TO THE COUKT IIOUBK.
White Ooeda, Lncee nnd Bmbrolderiofl.
up. Summer Undorwear, all ulzee.
of theso Goods new
R. E. FAHNESTOCK'S,
NEXT DOOR TO THE) COURT HOUSB.
KTZOKK A IIAUOHMAN.
METZGER & HAUGHMAN
HAVE NOW IN BTOCK A r UUI, AbSUllTMKNT Or
BLACK FRENCH CISFMERES.
ULACK -ASHMfcllK atSDC.
nbACK CARHMKUK at '.
lll.ACK CASHMKUK nt --.
ULACK CASUUKIIE at ll.U).
BLACK HENUILTTA CLOTHS, DlAOONAL9,TItlCOTS?, and a lull Line of ULACK SILKS, at
Metzger & Haughman,
Ne. 43 West King Street, Between the Ooeper Heuse and Serrel
Herse Hetel, Lancaster, Pa.
b. MV1,HKA- CO.
Astonishing Lew Prices,
TO CLOSE OUT
1 1113 rAM' OK OUK STOCK.
Ne. 25 Eeat King Btroet,
a MAHTIN A CO.
AH the Ilemnants and Odds and Ends of the
stock that hive accumulated during past season
huve leen taken out of tbe general stock and
placed en the Kemnant Counter. Large quantl
ties of the following goods at less than one-half
Over I.UJ0 Yards of llemuanU Dress Goods
that were sold at 150 , JOc,, 33c, c aud S0c., all
reduced te ene price, ef$c.
J. B. MARTIN & GO.,
Cor. West King Si Prince tits.,
Opposite elevens Heuse.) LANCASTER, PA)
MY M.00 TEETH ARE AS GOOD AS
can be purchased In Lancaster ter lis 00.
Cell and be convinced. AH work warranted,
W. L. rlHHEU'S DentUU
apl71yd ' Ne. w North Queen Streeu
uar tieuiNr. '3W
Whlte Bmbrolderod Bebea, 12.60
lu Btore, nnd nil Marked nt Qulek
ULACK CASIIMKKp. at37Hc
ULACK C.V'JllMKKK ntTlc
ULACK CASHMEUKat II.J3
CTANDARU CARRIAGE WORK,
Rear of Posteffloo, Lanoaater,
My stock comprises a large variety of the
Latest Style llugRles, Phntens, Carriages, Mar
ket and Business Wagons, which I offer at the
very lowest figures and en the most reasonable
l cau special attention te a lew et ray own an-
eneni wmrnisuie kuucui.ki ji,jaBU
iICIAN COUPE, which is decidedly tne
neatest, ngniest. ana most complete rnysician's
Carrtage In the country.
Persons wishing te bny a geed, honest and
substantial article, should bear In mind that
tney lake no risk in buying my work. Kvei
Carrlajru turned out in elahtoen year a sre
one that Is the kind of gnarantee I have te offer
the public. All work lully warranted. Please
UEPAIU1NQ PltOUPTLY ATTENDED TO.
One set of workmen especially employed ter
RT WALL PAPER STORE.
Het Weather Prices
ART WALL PAPER STORE,
NO. 134 NOUTil QUEEN ST11EET.
Wall Taper, Window Shades aid Late Curtails
AT LOWEST MAltKET PUICE8.
(Kermerly with Phares W. try,)
NO. 134 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
I1UY YOUUSELr A PAIR OF TU03E
Felding Dress Pillows.
CALL EAULY AT
HetTmeier's Furniture Warerooms.
They are the nicest thing out and we bare J ust
received another let of them.
26 EAST KINO STREET.
Balbriggan and Qwza Onderehirts.
NECKTIES, PLAIN AND PANCY 1I0SIKUY
SCAUP PINS, SLEEVE -.BUTTONS,
NO. 17 WEST KINO ST., LANCASTER. P A
ADEIRA AND 81IERRY WINE&
Vintage, 17U3. ISOO, 181J, Uia, 1W7, 1MJ, 1870,
U. E. SLAY MAKER, Agt