Elkhart Weekly Review (Newspaper) - June 25, 1885, Elkhart, Indiana 36. THURSDAY JUNE 25, 1885. 21 in months cards not exceeding ten per notices following local matter on cents per line for one line for Ten Rooms over Post Office On Jackson proposition to in lottery will not be IS THE ET WITH BEE THAT COBE 18 Every Drop Is lis Weight In STINGS OF SOEE SOKE WONDER OF or Uis kni For OUI a marvellous For and is simply li to its Old or Open of Sore its these la most HT IN EXTRACT hast TM genuine haa the blown in the and our picture trade mark on Kana other is Always insist on having Take no other is never sold or by OP EXTRACT WITH THE AND MOST DELICATE FOIt 1.ADIE3' 50 25 Soap 50 50 75 25 50c.)..1,00 25 25 Gun New with History cip our Preparations Sent on New by D. and aching teeth treated and perma ently Artificial teeth on an orthe different styles of Uold specialty operations registered and warran lice in at Law Notary in At of Peace ant Clifton 15LKHA11T - ' - Lecture to Young the Loss OF THE KEYSTONE STATE IN WHICH WITCHES in Isolated localities in Witch Women Consulted by Yoang and Tho bringing of a law suit in a justice's court in one of tho back regions of this county by a young man against his mother to recover damages for the loss of a dog which ho claims she bewitched so that it ran in a until it died of has brought into notice the fact that there is an almost general in charms and magic spells among the farming population in those isolated and that there are many old women who are regularly consulted by young and and ia whose arts and supernatural powers they put the greatest At the trial of tbe lawsuit mentioned several of these testified in the and the curious and absurd beliefs they profess were given ia great principal and the one most sought for advice and counsel by tho community for miles lives five miles from in a small cabin in the She is 80 years bent and but is still activo and well preserved She is a old woman and lives A sufferer from and she will treat at and and children come from near and far to seek her Husbands take their wives an 1 fathers take their children to have her on them for every her healing operations she no but depends upon her Her consist of breathing on the waving tbe hand over accompanied by a few muttered words the purport of no one The conditions for operating are implicit faith in the mode of entire confidence in and for the and a strict following of her directions to the Sho will then promise radical and after over half a century of in that community she enjoys an almost universal reputation for She is only one of many who are consulted by their credulous By far tho most interesting feature of this backwoods healing art is that part which pretends to work magic bad luck or good or objects of hate or Tho most part of women live Each has a which is an ancient printed in the German which is consulted when charms are to bo answer to questions asked of the witness at tho trial of tbe case of the old woman and her son mentioned the following were given as some of tho methods used by the witch women in working their In case a horse is tho thief may ba caught and tho horse if there can be three hairs from the missing animal's tail found in tbe empty stall These three hairs must be cut into equal knotted in the and then lighted at both This must bo done at while the hairs are held on a near the Which ever way the two ends of the hairs point or turn as they bum will indicate the direction taken by the Tho stub ends aro to be buried in the barnyard where the sun This acts so upon the thief that he cannot go beyond a certain and gradually and spot from which it was and it is only necessary for the owner of the horse to be on the watch to capture make a person's well run dry ashes of witch hazel are forced into the mouth of a which is then dropped into the well Cows may be made to give bloody milk by obliging them to trample toads under their feet Dry cows may bo made strokes of lightning warded crops enemies plagues brought into and evils and laid upon persons at will by these wonder workers by the use of similar and they undertake all such jobs as they may be They will guarantee to stunt the growth of a destroy a separate man and settle lay at rest a lover's doubts as to the faithfulness of his procure desired or any other thing equally absurd on receipt of a fee for the some designing person wishes to separ rate a man and wife the witch will instruct him or her to get a hair from the head of a woman hair is opposite in color to that of the wife of the man in whose family tbe separation is The hair must under no circumstances be Then the fact must be ascertained as to which was born the nearest to running the husband or the wifa That person must be the one operated Something that tho husband and wife have worn some time during their lives must be procured and and their hair held in tbe smoke that and then buried at the side of the house where the doomed couple so that the water from the eaves may drop on the The name of the person who is being operated upon is then written on a piece of paper and buried where tbe shadow something cast by tbe light of the moon will fall If the man and wife do not ou tlie and radical cuje of Seminal or Induced by Ini voluntary nervous and 1 to marriage and M. author of In this admirable clearly proves from his own that the consequence of self abuse may be removed without dangerous surgical rings or pointing out a mode wf cure at once certain and by which every no what bis condition may cure himself privately and prove a homi to under in a plain to any on of six or two MEDICAL N. Y Hox 4BO BE ' w DAVID VIEWS OP of the Old Us Domesticate and Extract from It Valuable quarrel and separate there is lack of faith in the and he or she must pray while standing in an east wind three successive days for faith in tho power oi tbe witch the potency of the witch hazel the wonder workers chiefly and they use no powders or It is burned to ashes and tbe leaves and blossoms Young women carry its leaves in their bosoms as a and sleep with them under their pillows to make them dream of their but of the persons who testified in the recent every one said that he bad never yet bad a friend or relative All the rest had suffered in some way from spells w been benefitted by The witness who testified on behalf of the person who claimed ibat his dog had been declared that since he bad sided with him bis well had his cows gave bloody and ill's 3-weeks baby had refused to be and had grown so puny that he expected it to die at any In a One of tbe happiest characterizations of a name is Mr. John Boyle O'Reilly once gave of his The conversation had upon Walt and Mr. O'Reilly expressed much admiration for the central thought of Am I After the little hit you think there was nothing but two or three pronunciations in tbe sound of your is fo much in Mr. O'Reilly went you ever mind what a name mine Boyle isn't that a soft just like stroking a June 23.During the week ended June 20 387 original and 997 in crease pension claims were About 50 per of the increased claims acted on by the pension office for the month ending June 15 were and th is is abou he per of such claims It frequently happens that a pensioner wh applies for increase is found not to be en titled to a-s high a rata as be is receiving and bis for increase results in the reduction of rate of per aa a June 23.Theodore Roosevelt arrived hero fresh from Ho a cowboy He i way and hints that ho la to for Judge Foraker in a few Swing in The On account of the dignity end wise look of large science never uses a simple term when a large one can be impressed into the sleep produced by at a bright object or hy the hands of a Mesmer is called while tbe sleep which comes from disease called profound Following this tendency science to use high-sounding those who discovered the value of the mind in overcoming disease saw fit to name the fact or theory the metaphysical As those who are the parents of a child have a right to name so these discoverers of a new power in the mind had a perfect right to coll it name that most pleased has al ways been known that the mi nd can exert a good or bad influence over the Tbe old mental philosophies were full of which had a tendency to show how persons had taken to bed after having been by a succession of acquaintances about the dreadful paleness of face or of a most unhealthy expression of the It was also in the olden that some mischievous wife made her husband believe that he was swelling up with and should by all means hasten to the German and should take her along as his condition being so critical The wife thus secured a trip to art being that of taking pieces out of her husband's so that it became almost impossible for him to make them reach around his abnormal metaphysical cure not a but the expansion into a medical practice of a power which had once been little else than a A tendency of our ago is utilize Nothing so pains the mind as the thought of having anything go to We are now in a lest there may be an electric tency that might turn all our we are to run engines by the waste of at Niagara is the grief oC while those who have escaped these forms of distress are made unhappy because tbe air is not as full oi balloons as tha streets are of cars and such a day it was very naturally concluded that if mind has a power over health and let us utilize this Let us not permit the force to escape all like the waters of Lot us not permit merely women to use it as a means of inducing dropsy and a foreign us domesticate this mental and extract from it valuable cainn the about eight or ton years In the hands of extremists it is partly one of the delusions of tho but m the hands of tho wise and it is a tonic of great and will a large amount of quinine and Its philosophy may all be summed up in the fact that tho soul affects tlie body and can rouse up its torpid bloo 1, can the lungs and tho nerve pace and use up or crowd out the diseased globules from tho blood and Clara Morris saved her life by acting upon the stage just enough her delicate One of the old poets soul doth the boly being a well-known fact that tha educated and powerful mind makes the face into its own tha philosophy of tho mind It can do for a man and is not to be reproached because it cannot do If tho influence of tho mhid may benefit one sick person in it will then surpass in value many popular and if it shall prevent many others from falling Into any it will confer a second benefit upon the is not in a condition to reject tho of any of nature's kind By moans of all these discovered helps the evils of ill-health may be mitigated if not from the good good good are all friends of but no one ot these is master of the entire field of Ho will act most wisely who employs all these causes at times of instances in which tha body is languishing under only a feeble are very A delicately lady of Chicago lay sick a few weeks with lung and became so accustomed to feebleness that at last she had to be told very plainly by her physician that she was and that she must and go down to the supper Sho has lived to lauga over the absurdity of spending perhaps two weeks in bed after sho had fully citizen of Chicago who had been in his for a few and had no thought of going out to business for a weak was cured by a conflagration in a neighbor's He went out to help save life and and became so fully aroused that his bedroom lost its He dined with his family and resumed business next being unable to sink back to masses of such evidence of the power of mind over either to weaken it or to build it it is high time for us ail to invoke the aid of this spiritual influence in not a few days of but to call it a general practice of medicine is to attempt to make a part equal tbe All these efforts to force the universe one fact or one fancy will and the will have tho mortification of taking some They can help our but not by promising like a patent to cure every form of They should be with the study and practice of an art which may accomplish much good for It is now settled that a man cannot do as he will with his money after The disposition of his property must be reasonable or the courts will set his will John Stuart Mill when be lived deplored this judicial interference with the wishes of tbe He argued that eccentric wills were often beneficial to the He instanced the case of a rich man who left a large property to be used in caring for wounded Mill argued that the carrying out of the provisions of this will would have thrown a world of light upon the animal June 83.One of tho year's on the turf will at Washington At that time tbe summer running meeting to continue until July 11. There are nearly 400 horses now ou the among them being some of the moat celebrated flyers in the and the sport promised by outlook will no doubt be fully as no pains have been spared to that The track has been put in and is declared by competent judges to be Ice June 23.^A special .to The Morning News The families of John of been poisoned by ice cream bought of street in have been the same cause during tee past INCIDENT IN A COLLEGE SECRET of a Dealer in Said to Be a Fart of the Stock York most successful initiation ceremony that I ever saw in a college secret society was one that was popular at an Ohio school until accident Then part of it was That part was a speaker was a dealer in society He were initiating a sturdy young fellow who said he didn't believe in spirits or anything supernatural and this is how we did it He was stripped to the one foot was and he was carefully When we led him into the darkened two his As they led slowly the room one of them in a melancholy I can not yet call you journey of life is before Consider it Life is what we make but trial must and sorrow and well to your injunction was rather aggravating to a man was blindfolded and led two strong companions who were guiding him to a smooth plank at an angle of forty-five rises suddenly in said the guide as the victim stumbled up the quickly drops into a I fall and is and the victim dropped from the plank to a hassock placed on which rolled away and let him sit down on the was picked up and led on as the guide 'The path may be smooth for a but obstructions are sure to lie across and then the victim stumbled lengthwise over a ladder supported three inches above the while his conductors moaned in when in trouble himself he may bo called upon to help a and his ho should do to tho the who helped himself to tho victim's of all comes He is terrifying at but should it bo your fate to meet him alone show yourself a for a crown awaits you victim had been led through double into the The twine that held the hoodwink over his eyes was Tho doors closed and the guide and other officers of the lodge placed their eyes at the For a moment the victim stood then the hoodwink dropped He rubbed his eyes with his and then his jaw A blue light flamed in the skull of tho skeleton before and poured out of tho eyes and through the peculiarly marked that were opened half an The air of the blue-lined closet seemed to wave and dance as the right arm of the skeleton was slowly raised until the fleshless hand rested on tho young man's Then the melancholy voice am thy victim drew his hand slowly across his and then over his and looked again at tho skeleton more Then he and I part of our ceremony had to ba The victim was not ho had recognized his father's regular business secret societies skeletons in their There are several orders that use We keep them in stock They are packed in pine over the skeletons are plain with steel others and where there is likely to be no strain tho hinges may bo made of Some of these skeletons are carefully polished and glisten in the light of the Fine cases go with high-priced fine elegantly wiU cost as much as One equally strong and able to stand tbe racket of the goat's attacks may be had for business for the it docs These are all and aro taken from the of tho old y. There is no tariff to protect home industry in and we can import them cheaper than we could dig them The demand is very according as an order is spreading or not They are shipped to all parts of the ami are very effective in awing a candidate for light and lie ana was passing on when they mounted the porch and walked after Ho eluded stepping within the and they on the objects of to the until they grew of it Several acquaintances of he general went to the bub no tried to talk to The temperature quito rapidly toward evening and as the wind was still it became necessary for to pile logs on the big in Their blaze reflected a glow the windows and lighted up tho interior n a cheery The general was with rather mora than tho usual but after Dr. Douglas had he enjoyed the blaza of the wood fire his family about Tho was 53 degrees before dark and was number of visitors to the mountain not very Among those who ami called on Gen. Grant was W. J. of accompanied jy Mrs. Hon. Joseph W. cottage is by the Grant having noticed iu some of tbo papers that tUo invalid annoyed by presence of too many Mr. Arkell if he would visit the mountain ind see if it could not be He lid and found that the general had no great and the had been very thoughtful and When tho general is able to sit out the piazz ihe is pleased to observe the his appreciation of the e pact and honor shown him by returning their Gen. W. B. of and Governor E. S. of They sant their to Grant and were invited but M not wish to le on the and after saluting the general Gen. Srant was pleased at their callinns they ire old In ot Grant's said he did not look as or careworn as they had to find JACK AT York interesting comparison in the mechanical work of and present times is presented in the claim made by James that ha had attained remarkable accuracy in boring a cylinder of a steam engine and fitting its piston so closely that thickness of a half crown could not be introduced between and the fact that standard gauges ara now made that show errore of 1-100,000 of an and work is positively exactly to 1-50,000 of an accurate work is generally except in the construction of the standard gauges being the means provided for keeping or producing within and practicable thousands of pieces of the same size and in which oftentimes a certain amount of variation is both plus and A certain amount of looseness is to be for in the fit of journals and the amount to be determined according to tho length and size of tho but this variation is to be referred to some particular gauge as a hence the value of accuracy iu the of the and A Slight Juno Ger. and Mrs. Logan wore greeted a crowd of about 3,000 on their arrival hyre Monday After the greetings 33, of was accepted as in and the wore taken to Congressman Reed's being enthusiastically cheered en National Commander and staff arrived at 5 p. lud were to tho Falmouth hotel Tho Michigan tbo department tc consists of Commander Logan and four post sixteen Governor Gen. J. C. and other prominent Michigan men and many A special train is on ti e way from Des It ia supposed that some 5,000 Iowa people will bo If tho crowd now hero is the expected is The best of order is feeling among the veterans ovor a notice of the Law and Order that thoy propose to seize any consignment of liquor brought into tho city by Grand Army As there are a number Df assignments on tho and the soldiers thoy will resist their the fight 1 to bo a warm Denies Her sister at to have to poison her family at Rose Monday declared in the presence Dr. the county that sho had never poisoned or attempted to poison any of her And that sho did not making such a and if she she remembered nothing of and did not know what sho was talking about Tho doctor is of the opinion that tho girl is but is suffering from a complication of disorders which makos her extremely nervous and He says she is afflicted with hysterical and after tho excitement increased by constant was likely to say just like a person in Duelist's Paul do equally noted as and says his skill with tbo sword is not duo to assiduous practice in never was a good ho never cared to I fenced only to amuse All that is said about my studied tricks is pure Tbo whole secret is I am pretty strong and very quick of hand and I don't mind getting If I am proud of ' anything it is of being a good I modestly consider myself one of the best in One Parson Whangdoodle Baxter distinguished himself once more at the funeral of. an aged colored deceased brudder was married foah times during his said only one ob de widows am as to be able to survive him long enough to be present on dis beah His York be was more than I lost my she with an aggravating told COLD TO GO Weather at Mount Sightseers IT. Juno 23. Grant kept his room most barely more than looking out two He himself for about an hour bis within bis lis it to WOMAN'S Athletes at N. June 23.Among the notable incidents of the meeting Monday was a long 19 foot 5 and a high jump of 5 feet 0 both by Henry of West St. Charles Kammerer climbed up 4S feet of rope without his feet This distance was feet and 6 inches less than he made in his informal trial on Mr. of made 48 feet 6 inches in a and six others recorded 40 feet On Sunday 16,000 tickets were sold at the gates ond fully 20,-000 strangers wore in the Winners at New June firat race at Brighton Beach Monday was for ovor 3 years Bonnie Chiel Excelsior Rocket 1:17}^. Second 1 Bahama 1:45 Third 1 B. jonn 1:44%. Fourth Mollie Waltou Value Tecumseh 3:19. Fifth Exile Emmet 1:51%. Sales In June 23.The sales of leaf tobacco in this city tho past amounted to 1,500,000 For four weaks past tho sales were 1,500,000, 1,200,000, 1,300,0(.0 and 1,500,000 making a total of 5,500,000 Dounds in four Juno 2-3.-Base ball Monday wero as At 3, 2; at 8, St Dr. in a German scientific the general use of sugar as a regular article of diet For forty years he has eaten at a quarter of a pound not counting substances taken at tha same and has found it very healthful Men's condition would be greatly if the use of sugar should substitute that of Distinguish E. It has become the custom to speak of a capable newspaper man as a to distinguish him from the of the All other people are theoretical and believe thay could run a if given a just as easy as slipping on a banana Book Anew charity in country towns has taken the form of a A party is given by some leading anl guest is expected to bim a i book as a for the bener fit of the poor is in this way soon Fine Mr. art that's what I call a fine shows remarkable talent My daughter painted and I take for it alone cost A - 1 children I Sit down and keep I know that deep within your heart of hold me shrined apart from common that my my can bring to gladness that no other presence dear through all the weary never speak one word of Nor stroke my nor softly your own in mute I should be all know so well the loving place I hold Within your and so you do not dream How much I long to hear the story can not when we two sit alone And tranquil thoughts within your mind are My heart is crying like a tired child For one fond one loving be whan your only dear she is to c juld I read it in your softened How radiant this plain old world would you breathe a silent choicest blessings unto me be But if you said bless should not ask a greater boon from weary sometimes of the rugged But should you thee my life is The dreariest desert that our path could suddenly grow green beneath my not the boundless waters ocean holds That give refreshment to the thirsty just tho drops that rising to the From thence descend in softly falling matter that our ara filled With all tbe harvest's golden we who own them can not enter in. But famished stand before the close-barred so 'tis sad that those who should ba that true love which crowns our earthly praying with white lips from day to day For love's sweet and receive them PRIZE Winner of sloo and a Gold Badge Turns Tho real name of the is He proves Wordsworth's saying that tho child is father of tha He in a plastic a masculine and at tho age 3 yaars and 6 months won a first at Barn urn's baby It was awarded him by a jury of twelve who all kissed and caressed He retains a vivid recollection of tha ordeal The priza was SlOO and a gold sailed last for Europe Perugini was in tho same Meeting him on the famous showman put his hands in his planted himself on his stared at tho and I guess this ain't the first time I've met Mr. it is not I am curious to see if you can remember where the meeting Mr. in operatic ad but I associate it with the which somehow I know well Are you an then what were you called You're tha prize Mr. it is to you I owe my earliest it and I'm proud to hear you acknowledge A few days later an attempt was made to get up a concert on Barnum came to ask Perugini to be tenor The who was not needed to be Said you don't shake off that cold and I'll tell how you ware the hero of tlie baby Heaven's sako don't Keep silent about and you shall have the But you must be my on the occasion of the advanced to the place set apart for tha leading the handsome young and and Allow me to present to you whose first appearance in public took place under my auspices under whAt circumstances you need not for I don't mean to tell Barnum told Perugini that he was the juvenile he remembered plus a Ho has just the faco and figure of tha jeune and a voice sweet enough to molt the hearts of Sold Those who deal in Bibles ara just as cute as those who deal in A great many people bought tha new version of tha New Testament when it appeared flattering that thay would the Old Testament when it came and thus have both The English do not propose to issue tha Old Testament and to obtain it purchasers will ba obliged to buy the June 23.Representative Thomas from Randolph aged 64 Monday charged with assault with intent to outrage Nannie a 13-year-old a page in tho A warrant was issued for his and upon his arrival here at midnight he was taken in charge and released on bail He declares it a case of blackmail with not a of as a Representative Jamas is a man of considerable and has a very wife now in the The girl who charges him with the crime is a and even for her y The warrant alleges that the crime was committed about a month Patent June 23.A suit has been commenced in the United States circuit court here by tbe Consolidated Electric Light company against Thomas A Edison and the Edison Light for the plaintiffs include E. N. H. R. Gordon and The suit is for an injunction restraining the Edison company from making the incandescent conductor for the electric light out of carbonized textile material It is that no incandescent light can be made without this ani the suit affects the use of all -ant by N. June 23.Ontario Center was visited by a fire shortly after midnight which destroyed than half the business portion of the June 23.The five-story Bomer of Franklin occupied Abraham French extensive crockery was gutted Monday Loss on by on Explosion ot a dispatch from near the wool scouring works owned by Mr. it that were demolished by the explosion a boiler Several persons were among them the The latest placed the Senator IS THE Woman's of Putting the Weak E. Noxon In St Louis more the most man performing in the arena of private life is asked to coma to tho bench and contrast bis accoutrements with of his and sister and to ask himself whether or of beasts as ha he could frolic around with all his sinews of and solid flesh if he were from neck to heel as woman is. He may claim six feat in his or as many as a edo if he but he wiU tell you that he can't worth a baubee unless he lowers a notch in his He may be able to wrestle with truth and throw it like a but he first demands a fair and no tight cranium wouldn't be worch an empty cocoanut for crooked hairpins were jabbing his thinking He will not be hit below the and he taljes off tho belt when tbe mark bos been made in that In fact man is a pretty good power engine bis trammels gone and a to move in left But haul him reef cleat and him as women stick wires in his gird in his spleen and stomach with no more chance for a yard-wide breath than a man would have in his iron turn him his arms to his sides in tight silk choice his Adam's apple in a No. 12 collar Will Not June 23While Malcolm first assistant postmaster general to say anything bearing on his alleged intention to it is learned from sources that he has no such Hay's health is as good now as usual and his work is well IN ter into tho J. inch hirti in most whore ha lives Unpleasant New Jersey Scandal That Will Bo Aired In the N. June 23.Enormous speculation iu graves has been going on here for An investigation discloses that many graves in the York Bay cemetery have been and that bodies buried therein cannot be In many instances the records of burials have also been lost or In 1847 a speculator bought the present cemetery site for formed a company and a large amount of For a of years boards of trustees were elected in Now In 1877 an act was passed by the New Jersey legislature making it illegal to elect trustees in any place except Jersey Tho now board found that no improvements bad ever been made and tho lot owners had boon defrauded out of thousands of A barrel of scrip was found and holders of scrip turned up in all parts of the refusing all offers to sell their A year ago a new company bought a part of tho old which contained nearly 500 graves of relatives of people who had Under the new management these graves were and tha tomb stones This action will bring the number of trustees died the greater f their money from speculating m runs off his ample add one mora fifty tho shape of stiff sided from their plait after plait of heavy bouffant of all in a weak just where nature meant her spines to give way and curve like a ram's horn if pressed too Then lasso what there is left of him in jotted Jersey as heavy as a coat of armor or of weighted down long spikes and chunks on him elbow kid gloves so eight to give his thumb a grip in two head a bonnet prickled burrs and sticky with this his loft ear in a knot strangulation ask hini to or and watch this giant fall down right away in a fit and grow black in the weak indeed 1 and His are ministers of to-day indulging in dying and they do not know what is the matter with I in a word my own It took ten cigars to make a I got very One day I awakened to the outrage I was inflicting upon I was about to change and a generous wholesale tobacconist in said if I only come to Philadelphia he would all the rest of my life ma with cigars of I said to in these war when cigars ara so and my salary so I smoke more than I ought I do if I bad gratuitous - years X quit onca It made a new man of and thou h I have since then done as hard work as any one I think I have had the best health God ever blessed a man FROM AN AWFUl Twain in Dispatch ] These combinations of newspapers which print stories and once a it seams to rising and capable writers the field they desire as well as the market Charles Dudley told me of these syndicates which is in charge of of The North American He has fifteen of the leading of the country which pny liberally for a of matter either for their Sunday issue or for any other they may select The idea I to give at least ono or story by some very well writer iu each and other articles on tho same page by clever not so This will bring into Mr. Rice's hands about 810,000 a month to pay his corps of He can pay them just as good bitter prices than any of tha and besides he can handle matters of pa sing interest before the magazine gets at Solemn A Boston divine of unusually solemn and impressive appearance went out to a country town not long ago to Ho arrived early in and all tho town of course spotted him within five minutes as a very great and very saintly went into a drug in tones that the young blood of the clerk behind tbe said the trembling but I learned the habit young and haven't been able to quit it said tha great without tha movement of a muscle or this abatement of a shade of tha awful solemnity of his you teil ma where I can get a good with A medical journal fills several pages with scientific jawbreakers trying to explain why it is that tho percentage of is eight times greater among boys than The reason adduced is purely and altogether unsatisfying to a mind accustomed tc browse around in search oi herbage of a Any mother whc has ever turned a boy's pockets wrong side out can throw more light on the question than all the you are drunk your you solemnly me when I let you off last time that you would never get drunk again? but I wush drunk at the I for what I you at all in your she asked in a sprightly as sba moved toward the a he to the extent of having an admiration for unsung There is now a deep gulf between them which nothing can Bin peach treo Delaware according to local is a tree eight or ten inches and hoary with Last season it yielded eight crates of besides a bushel half froni the a June 22.Just as the Long Branch left the island on her return trip New Sunday her starboard paddle wheel slipped out of totally The passengers on the of a when were thrown to tha landing and steamer ' pulled and - owners in New - a Dozen A June 23.A fire midnight Monday in tho Diamond nearly caused MB death of a dozen who were rescued through the bravery and heroism of tbe Dense clouds of smoke issued from the windows of the fourth occupied by Mrs. a widow with four Fireman Hannigan heard tha screams of the as he ascended tho Notwithstanding the dense smoke he jumped into the room where the children and mother were gasping for succeeded in getting three of the children to the from whence thay woro passed down the Mrs. McCorkle and the oldest child were rescued by other firemen by means of the Mrs. Frank Smith and wife of the second floor and John Forrester and wife of tbe wore all gotten out safely through the suffocating not a moment too to save them a horrible deatN Meantime tho firemen had succeeded 1 putting out the flames which had but little HEAR OTHER Men and Instantly Juno 23.A gang of workmen at North a sharp curve on the Pennsylvania just below this stepped out of the way of a freight train Monday from the south tn the north pass aid not construction train going which rushed around the curve into the middle of Three unfortunate workmen were crushed under the mangled and killed Thoy wore Harry Joseph aged 18 and William at June sentation the first of the events of commencement at were held in Battali Monday at H i The exorcises began with by President Then Charles Eldridge of delivered the class Tho class oration was by Franklin Robinson of upon Course of the at 2 there was hilarity on the whan class histories were Few incidents in commencement week cause so much wild merriment among the students as the reading of the in which are recounted the the points of which are readily appreciated by tbe young P. of William T. of Conn. L. B. of N. Y. F. of and Charles S. of wore the class At 5 o'clock p. m. the ivy was planted with the usual Eighty-five planted two one of which came from Mme. de Stael's residence in The ivy ode was written by James Richard of President who is to deliver the address before the graduating class of tho Yale law has arrived in and is the guest of Hon. Colin M. at whose residence he was given an of Coal In the United June sheets of the forthcoming volume of the United States geological survey relating to the mineral resources of tho United States show that the total product of coal in 1884 was 10(5,906.295 long having a total value at the mines of The total production of anthracite coal was 1,160,713 tons less than in 1883, its value being the disproportionate decline in value being due to a fall of 25 cants a ton in spot The total bituminous coal product was 5,199,039 long tons greater than in 1883, although its total value was tho at the collieries having fallen from to per Unfortunate New June steamer Columbia landed the excursionists taken from the disabled steamer Long at 4 o'clock Monday Shortly after leaving lona the Columbia ran into the sloop of Fort ing in her Capt John Kent and Warren Sheldon were knocked from tbe sloop and Sheldon was The men on tho schooner cried out to those on the steamer for but on she was not injured the Columbia continued on her leaving tha sloop in a sinking The crew of the Edith finally succeeded in beaching her near New the Manhattan rink Monday night Wallace Ross rowed a mile in a patent rowing machine in Courtney followed with a half mile in consists of a square box ou Rows of pegs on each side to the oars at Indicative of trial June 23.It is predicted that before the end of the present iron mill in this district will be in On Saturday or mores than one-half the mills in the two of were in Five more be running three on while remaining will follow in Some of especially those engaged in the of ironi The iron trouble is - the ' ' '