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The Honesdale Citizen.
T U. B ILMON,
raoe-Nut door to Pott onio.
Fonnetly occupied by Hon. W. n. IMmmlck.
Honeadsle, April. 1903.
WU, H. IiRG,
Office over Toil OIBce.
All legal business promptly attended to.
Uonesdale, Ju. 1. 1- T'
. ATTOBKCT AND OOUMIOB-T-LW
OtBoe Liberty Uall building, opposite lb.
Post Offloo, Uoneadale. Pa. SSjrl
Patent and Pensions secured.
Otnc in tbe Court Uouso.
Honeadsle. Pa. Jyl
CI BAULKS A. McCAHTT,
. ATTOKrfEY fcCX)UNt)KLOR-AT-LAW
Special and prompt attention given to Itir
ollccClon or claims, umce over llelf a new
JETP.U D. ILOKF,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSKLOB-AT-L AW
OtBoe 2J floor Old HaTings Bank building
1 ItoKaoniLB. I'A.
aTTOUXET Am OOCN8SLOB-AT-1.AW'
Over tbe Prat Office, Uoneadale
Mar lOS. 11
ATTOllNKV ANDOOCNS&r ,i-LAW
At the offlce late of W jtearle.
q x. nowLivsn,
Honesdale. Pa. UOoe oyer Pact Otaee.
Jan. 1. ISM. l
ATTOONET ft OODNSRLOB AT LAW
OIBoe oyer Heir, New Store.
Honesdale, Pa. Myl
VI SON. ATTORNEY
OODN8KLAJU AT LAW
Office - Uatonlo building, 2d Hoot.
Q. H. -WniTNKT.
L1VERT AND OMNIBUS LINE,
ttw o( Allen House HonesdsJe, l'a.
Deo. L 1S02. lyl
.R. K. T. BUOV4N,
Offlce lit Floor Old Pavings Bank buihtiiiF
Hokcsdslb - Pa.
rvR. II. B. -SKAKLKM.
U UOKCSDALB, PA.
Omce and Residence 111C Church (tree!
Mite Baptist Churcn. Telephone.
ce Uour.-2.00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 r
yyn. v?. r. mcconvill,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlce IBS Second street, lormerly open
pled by Dr. J. J. O'Connell.
Honesdale, March 13. 1WB. t!Syl
. Niw Malay OgiiiniGurt
Being Olatrlbutod Free by a New
York Society. .
Co-opcratitiK with rfsskms In Malay,
ala, the Windsor Laboratories of New
York have secured a supply of the won
derful cornbretum plant, which has done
so much to revolutionize the treatment
of the opium habit.
A ecnerous supply of the new remedy,
together with full instructions for its
use, and United States consular report"!
bearinjr on the subject will bo sent to
.any sufferer. To obtain a free supply
of this remedy and the consular rcjmrts
nddressWindsor Laboratories.Branch 23,
131 East'53Ui Street. New York City.
Joseph N. Welch,
FIRE INSURANCE ACENCY
IN eVAYNE COUNTY.
Office: and floor Masonic Building, over
C ('. Jadwin's drug store, Honesdale.
How Aru Your Eves?
With a practical experience or, many year
I am able to make a careful, voientilto exam
.nation of the eye. which will result In the
application of a plana that will relieve and
belp you. ir you feel the need of aid for
your eye, delay in folly.
You are blind to your own Interest If you
neglect to take care of your eyei. It l.t
very one who can properly lit you with
JElaanffl. and when vou cut. them rou ihnuld
not think they will do, juat because you Pee
a liltln better. You MUST know they aru
exactly ilphl. We are headquarter for
optical poodrt of all kinds.
All hwses duplicated and fiamed soltle
on abort notice, cheaper than elsewhere.
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Pott Office Dulldlnc UoneHdale Pa
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Honesdale Citizen, oer year 1 50
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INr'OUM ATION IILMtKAU. BROOKLYN
DAILY KAIiLK. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrtitlon the paper In which you aee this
Tfce femow little jmHc
'RIIAlB couiit salf.
VALUABLE KF.AL fTATF.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan
Court of Wayne county, the followlnc des
cribed real estate of the aliove named de
cedent will lie offered at public sale, at the
tOURT IIOUSF, In thetwrouRhot HONKS
DALE. FRIDAY, AUG. It, 1B08, at 10 o'clock, A. M..
All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate In tbe township nf toulb Canaan,
County of Wayne and Htate of Pennsylvan
ia, bounded and described as follows : BB
O INNING at a corner of btmlock knots
driven down In the public road In the south
western line of land M llatilson McMian:
thence alone said road by line of land ol Thos
Ulenn, Jr., and John Ulenn north forty
elpbt decrees west slxly-elcht rods to a
stake and stones corner: thence by said
(llenn'alaud north sixty-two degree, west
eleven rods to a corner in said public mad!
tbence by (otherl lands of the late Htaoy
Cbumard south thirty-four degrees west
one hundred and thirteen and one-half rods
to a stones corner In line of Maxwell Bicati ;
thence by said Maxwell Big-art's land south
fifty degrees east sixty-four rods to a stone,
corner In line of land of John Wagner and
P. Faulkner lot, now or lately owned by
Amos ilecd: tbence by said Reed's land and
land of llainson McMlun north forty de
gree, east one hundred and fifteen rois to
the place of lieglnuing. CONTAINING
fifty acre more less. And being same land
conveyed to Andrew J. Rutledge, now de
ceased, by Margaret Chumard and John F
Wagner by deed dated April 10, 1809. which
deed is rcorded In the olhce for tbe n cord
ing of deeds in said county of Waynj In
Deed Bonk No. M, at page ITS. -AL0-AI1
that certain lot or parcel ol land situate lu
the towimhlp of itoulh CaMiin, ouut of
Wajne and slate ct I'emisj lvatua. tiiuind
ed and dcciilicd as follows BKUllNNlNli
at a heap of stone the southern corner ot
let Niv 411. in the allot meiit of tbe"Cu1wald
el Middle Cieek Tlwt' ; thence by lal.d of
Amos Reed and Solomon Cuiti. north titty
degrees west rUty-fnurrols; thence by end
ot ttolomim Curtis north thiity dtgteeneast
lifty-two rods; tbence ouih torty digree.
east fifty seven rods to a post corner; theiicc
along the land nf Anion tteed south loity
deurees est lilly.two and ime-bslt ro.rs to
the place ot bi-gmning. IVNTAIMNU
seventeen aires aud lolly Iiercbes lie Ibe
same more or'less. And being the same
land conveted to Andrew J, Rutledge, now
deceased, by Holniou Curtis and wite by
deed dated April IT, PCX, which deed Is re
corded In oriice lor reiiirdlng deeds in said
county In Heed Book Nh. 55, at pace 275,
aud all of above described laud teMlig same
land which J elm A. Kutledgv, Kxeiutol of
Andrew J. Kutlcdge, conveyed to ChlTonl
1 Clmpman. dcinl dated December 11, IlKC,
rwoided in Deed Book No. W, page av.
I'pon said tiremisee is a two-story fiame
house, one frame bain, and othir iinpnive
uienls Nearly all impnived land.
TERMA OF nALK, CASH.
Pun haiier to pay 13. for deed aslu Sheriff's
CKORCK O. CHAPMAN,
K. C. Mmronn. Admlnittaior.
SALE IN PARTITION.
By virtue of an order of the Coutt of
rouimon I'leas of Wayne County, el time i
Kquity, the uoderstcned will expose at
public sale, the land of Joseph Huckwulder,
d(Meaed late of l'iilui)ra township, at the
Court Uoupe, Honesdale, l'a on
FRIDAY, JULY i4. 1!sk. at S o'clock, r m.,
thefollowmp deriUd pjt-ee or paTcl oT
land, situate in Talmyra Township, rtrtyiic
County, l'a .
il MtlNNlNfi at thecnternf theold hurh
way known as the Unard Itottd ; thence
north twenty-two and one-half deer?
wett alone ttmlandof Peter Collum eichty
slx aud one-tlfth rods to a stones cornt-r;
I hence noilb ixty-seven and onishalf de
crees east alone tbe lands of Jesse (Vtllum
and Frederick titeinard one hundred au
thirty-three and three-fourths rods to a
chestnut tree, a corner; thence alonp laudit
of Edward Am merman south threeaudonc
balf decrees west eijrhty and one-half inds
to a stones corner; tbence south alonp the
lands ot Ira Com pi on nineteen aud one-half
deprees wist forty-five rods to the renter of
tbe turnpike road ; tbence along said read
north forty-five degrees Wes i,phteen lods
to tlie (wtttwr of tbe lamp; thitfA tti" bit),
ance of oure along the old road south
elcbty-eix dcciecs wevt twenty and one-halt
rods, south mty-Iour aud one-half decree
west twelve tods, south sixtj-eifrht itpiees
west fourteen tods and soutli tilty-six and
three-fourths decree wtst rich teen rd to
tht place or hepinnmir. CUNTAlNIMi
sixtj-thlee acres of laud, tie tbe saint mine
XUPitOYCMKKTS Upou said pttiuise
are two large orchards, tine spring water,
good dwelling house, one large aud one
small barn aud other out buildings, about
twelve acies are covered by wattm uf Long
Hirige pond, thirty acr.s improved and the
balance wood Lin J. located about one and
one-half mile from Havli-y, no tbe Lorg
TERMS OF SALE, CASH
Tbe purchaser aluo to pav M for Deed.
O. h. ROWLAND, Mum. r.
A.T.&EARLK, Attorney. '.U
H. a HAND, President
WM. R. HOLMES Vice President,
U. 8. SALMON. Cashier,
W. J. WARD, A'l Cashier
After II vinfl is larvjnly a m. iter of
CultlvKtAihe habit, no niHtUr how mut 1)
you ninkr-it is the one euro wy to inde
pendeiice. You wilt find courteous treatment ant5
ample ecuntV at the
S A V I N G S
RF.AI) TlIC FlliUHF.S: .
CAPITAIi STOCK, . JllOO.OIlO
UNI1IV11IKD KAItN'INOS. IIO.OHJ
HA VINOS DKPOSITS made on or be
fore the tenth day of any month will iIihw
Interest from the tlisl day ot that month.
1NTKUKST will he paid tor all Calendar
mouths on moneys remaining on depiMit
thrtie t'a.iiidar months 01 longer.
Bmall sarea In rent in our HUHOLAII
PROOF 8TEKL VAULT.
Hpeclal auentlou given to MF.RCANT1I.K
Deposits may be made by mail.
II. C. IlAKn, W. B. HoLvcft, C. J. Smith,
A.T. Seahlx, F. P. Kihiile, W. F, Sutiish
11. J. Cosuxu. II. H. Hat HON, T. II. Cl.AltK.
After June 1st, 1908,
9:00 fi.M. to 12 o'clock noon
7:30 P.M. to 8:30 P. M.
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
CliEKK'S N'OTICi: IN HANK II IJFTCV
in the Distnit Court of the Culttd
States fur the Middle District or PeuiitiH
nia. Cliarlts W. McKinney, of tiouth Ca
naan, Wa)ne county, Pen tiny Ivan In, a bank
rupt under tbe Act of Congress of July 1,
llHiri. having upplied for a full discharge from
all debts provable Hgiutut his estate tmdt-r
suid Act, notice is hereby given to all known
creditors aud other persons in interest, tu
appear befoie the mini court at Hcruulnn, In
vaid District, on the 1.1 duv ot July, lixis. at
10 o'clock lu the forenoon, to show cause, if
any they have, why thu prayer of said peti
tioner snouia not ne granieu,
EDWARD R. W. SEA It LI., Cletk
Here in HeMei tor Women,
sUolherGrar a nurio In New York, dis
covered an aiomatio, pleasant herb cure for
women's Ills. itnlUU Austrab&ll.Ijeaf. It is
the only certain regulator. Cures female
weaiauesses auu u&caucue, n.iuucy auu
lUladderaud Urinary troubles. Atall Drug
icisis or ny man ituc. nampin r ur.. a
drew, Tho Mother Uray Co.. Lt Roy, N. V
HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., THURSDAY MORNING,
Krerydajr Naram of Our Wood.
Pom? kinds cf trrca hi vmincm ne
Ihrongbout tho land luvc as tnnnj
iillases as Ibv rtimlnal nHh the long
est ponce rvcoru. rw inauj- reasousi
this Is unfortunate. If It nrre ikhsI
Me to bring every one to noccpt ons
name for each kind of tree there'
would be a decided advantage. The
everyday man Is apt to be Impatient
with what fteexnfl to the pedantic fond
ness of tho I iota n 1st for Jan breaking
Latin name that bate no meaning to
the uninitiated when common uago
uppllcs a familiar one. The trouble
that on the familiar name there M
oldora an agreement; hence tunny
mlnnderatandlng9, wordy disputes
and often failure on the iiart of th"e
who know a good deal about tree ti
distinguish correctly liy name the dif
ferent kinds of trees and wood. It
Is easy enough to tell an oak from a
maple, and there ought not to Wuiuch
nnoertalnty a to whether a tree I? a
pine or a fpruce. Hut oak, maple.
pine and fpruce are generic nauies.
and each genus Includes a uuuiUt of
FlHclcs. Here Iteglus a confusion
which often approaches chaos,
Not only do different Utcalltlea apply
different names to tbe came sieles
and the same name to different il
ch-s. In the same locality fceral dif
ferent names may be ucd fur n t-Ui-gle
v-ecle. where no !isls for a dls
tltutiuii exists Tor Instance, a cer
tain oak often railed Kith black mid
jelluw oak Ueil to N pllt Into hand
iniide lath In earl) daj.v and hence got
nlo the name of "lath oak." Hut
Klncv to tunke g--l lath n FtraUlit
prat nod ttie was neded, wmo wo,d
men think that a Muck o,ik, such .14
the lalhmaker would hate pelertcd by
Its looks, is n different kind of tree
from other Mack oaks. Itl.uk oak U
also unod as n (-ubgenerle tinn for all
the iimii; kinds of onk which, uu'ike
the white mi, hae leaes with brit
tle tipled loties niid take two jear
b mature their nxurns ludeeil the
local names ghcu to the fortyvee:i
dlffennt oaks found lu the Vulted
States are nlnust without limit
What Is called black locust In IV nu
lvnnla Is jellow hn-ust In Massachu
setts, white K'U-t lu New York, i.vl
locnt In one pirt of Teunesw nil
KTeen In n Mother. In Maine It Is t-iu-ply
locust. In Louisiana iicucl.i. I'i
Minnesota honey lovust and In M.ii
land jHtst lKut. Thee many nam
oerlap and are not strictly eparn.'d
by state lines. On tbe other h.. 1 1
tho true honey hn-ust (which Ulo t
to an altogether distinct genus f. . 1
the black lH'Ustj Is known itlo .,
black lot."USt, pvoet locust, thorn l
cut, locust, three thirnel urn U
thorn tree, hoin-y shucks, pitpiaii
amourette. Confederate pin tree nn-l 'u
few other name.
White pine Is a tre' of so ditln
guKheil npiK-nnmce that It Is entltl-!
to one name among lumleniicu i.
well as nnioug UitauNts. Rut It duv
not have It. In l'th Masachlletl
end rwum cnrorTnn tc is iiie"ir
known as Wej mouth pine, whl.-h N
Its unhersnl name In EuroiH-, l nu
Stlvanlans oeeaIttnally sjeak of It
soft pine. TenneMeans as .pnnv
and In other parta of the suth it la
calksl portheru pine. The lobU.:i
pine Is a southern tire, and the peo,.!.'
of the foutii hae Ieen lileral with
uatiies. In North Carolina It Is o;.
lolly, oldtielil, torch, rosemary, shi.h
shoit leaf, h.ip. Indian, fellow, swaiiip
and long straw, each U-lng follow I
by the word pine." In Maryland 5
Is long shucks. In I Ma ware longM h '
In Virginia oimstalk, foxtail, f-piue
swamp and cithers. It la calKtl
meadow pine In Tlorli'a.
Trom New England to the Carolin a
the tulip poplar Is frequently call.il
whltewoml or tulip tree. Yellw
I-oplar Is Its uMial nnme lu IVnnl
vanla, West Virginia and KentucTt
and on tbe market In the form of lum
Iter. It Is tulip poplar In IlllnpK pop
lar In Ohio, white poplar lu liiiltana.
blue poplar In 1 tela ware, hlek'iry poj
hir In Virginia, popple In Utimle I
land, cucumlr tne In New York and
can-N wood In Trime-we. The blnhes
aie eiually rich In names, and v-oni.
of the names cling after the IuiiiUt
5eahes market. Searcly half a dtieu
of the rM fspeeles of folest trss foiliul
ill the Vulted States nie ii.ipuhub
Known by their Utlatilcal names.
When mistakes aie made In theidci.
Munition of wtto.1 tlni'h.-.l for build
llig pUfpos, mtli h ri.ih.imiMiici.t
iiul trouble often lesiilt. Aivhlteets
biilldeis and other users of lumin'1
liml that the r-ttuatioit H grouing
ore eieli jc;ir, Ihimum iii.iii. of tin
kinds of lumber formerly In heav .
Mipp! me now growing srnrt-e. an 1
Mibstlttites are grailually taking tti. h
pliMs To meet this demand of 11m
tltfcalioti of trees b wo.nl Miurture
the goti'iuinetit has established a
laborattiry whhh irndein free -erl.i-to
all who mid speeiinens for eland
nation to the Vnlted Status forei-t
sen Ice at Wahlngton.
The approach of the centenuary of
the birth of Edgar Allan Poo will un
doubted ly Inspire many unliable eo
plo with tbti Idea that this unfortunate
author-poet has been sadly neglettod
that his works hue larkel due up
pivdatlon a n h tile,' Ms eounti men aul
that the thu.- Is at baud to lill.v honor
his gteatiuM Ihit tlii'le Is uthltig
much left to be done for the glor.v of
1'oeV fame unless It be to abolish for
nil time dWeul i:i of his pihate 111c
and liupriMt the geiieratloiiH with the
fact that the only lutcittiig thing
ttUtut Poo Is the output of his iK ii.
'J'htt world mnl nil in ft are supposed
to be getting belter and wUer cery
day 1 tut net November the usual
umutH'i- of fools will U' doing all
sorts of ridiculous stunts to pay elee
.lames Whltcoinb Ulley Fajs he
would rather be n poet than n polltl
elatt. It H surely a more agieeablo
Job to write the songs of the jteople
than to make them t-tump ppcsches
An exploding paper bag makefl
about as much nolxo as a firecracker.
Vet the American smull boy disdains
It utterly when t'other popper Is to lo
I.wry dog has his day, but It looks
us though Ciintro was working over;
Paragraphic Photographs ri the
Adrlce4 from Veiiexuela Indicate tbit
President Cnstrn U pn parliiK to hnw
Ms resentment toward tbe Unlteil
States fur tbe cluslug of Its legation
at Curacas by withdrawing Venezue
la's consular representative from till,
country, thu. cutting off also all com
mercial relations. If President Cas
tro should take the Hep tbe Cnlted
State, will, of course, withdraw It,
consular reprcscntatliea from bis coun
try. A motor party of eleven society
men and women worklnn like lone
shoremen, under the direction of Ca
taln Undoes of tbe Mohtauk life savini;
station, helinnl to sae twenty lives,
llreiichi'd to the skin, wuuien who
necr bad dune any harder wcrk than
lioldlnc a pair of Hues titer a splrlb-d
lmto or plnjlnc tennis hauled nt the
cable of a breiicbin buoy until twenty
men of the crew of the steamship Chip,
fiewa hid !vu hauled ashore
The New York. New Haven and
Hartford Itnllnud company lias an
nolinnil that It will elpelld $l,lsl,lel
on the iiinstructlou of tlins- new trol
ley Urn's In Ciiimis tlcut. The contrm ts
are to ! let at muv. niid work will lie
liek'iin on nil thrtv lines In the fall.
One of the' lines Is to la' run from
Hartford to Mlddletown, another from
Ilnrtfonl to IUiiilleld and the third
from WUIIumiitle to South (uontry.
James "1 Hill, ilmlriniin of the Ureat
Nortbern riillro.id. Is of the opinion
that the only solution of tbe flnani'iil
pniblem that confronts the mllrm.ls
Is nu Increase In frelslit rati-. Mr.
Hill snld. "Th.'ie Is no alternative
but to cut wnire A cunfrri'iH'e of
railroad pre-Mi-nts mi the im-tion
was held in New York
Kinplojis". of nil the trolley line,
controlled bj the New Ymk. New I In
ten aihl II iMfunl llii!ii.i.l ni"iiiij
xotiil to sUip.ilt b. all loi-.ms in c-ir
power the bttj fo'ir empluiis's ol the
l'lli lilellil' eollipmy who h:Ue Us'll
ills, lriririsl b that sj-iem mi the
ground. It ! nlli'u.il. th.it they hnl
Johns! the inilun
lhe 'rnlllllrin. ilelesatioli whleli at
tended tile 1 iillioT.ltii' llltli'l.ll I il'l
Velltion at Denier lllhl then wel 1 (o
bellow -tulle pall, ivtlllllisl to the I 'ol I
railo capital with a co.nl -tor of t't -ir
experielice with Alice l!o.i-.i'eIt Lornr-
woith lii the iiatloji.il park Tbe . t
dare she hsl them In slniriui: "'1 .tin
A party of Catholic cleriymen. led
by Carillual illbbons of Italtlmore and
AnhliKlioi John M. Parley of New
York, sailed for tbe Misllterrauean mi
the North tleriiian I.lujd liner Koiiic
AlU-rt. After Ciirdlmil :lbons Wt
to Uome be will attend tbe culiientioii
of the nuchnrlstlc leiicw lu Inulon.
It was reported that CuiniiiNsloiier
Hand of Kllzabcilitonn, N. Y.. who
was appolntoil ' Oi.winoj lliichidto
t.Miir ibe c-iinri.-i4 prefimsl atr.iln-t I'is
triet .ttonie Jerome, would nut rec
ommend the di-trlct attorney's re
muval, but probably wu'ild i'iiure him
for snuie of his a ts
Mrs. Susan Turner, wife of Louis C.
Turner of Arceiillne, Kan., cae birth
tu iiu.idrupli'ts, three los and a girl
The girl dhil n short time after birth
but the lis are alive mid appaieutli,
healthy, lti-sl.les the quadruplets seven
chlldteu have Iss-n born to the Turners
"IJuvenior Hughes will run for of
nee again If he thinks that the hsiiU
wMi hint to tlo so." This was the
opinion iitTirod by the ltev. Hr. Wal
ter I-aldlavv. proiulueiit in the iintl
race traik gamlillng campaign, after
a talk with the governor.
t Willlani P. Walker. iKvu-ed of wreck
ing a biuk lu New ltiilaiii. Conn., was
siiriciiilcrcil by the Meiean olIii iaN at
Kiiseuada to State Superintendent hi"
Police I'.gan of Cuiiiiei tiiMit and H. .1
Hoffman, a di'tertlve.
1 (if liiipoitainv. It Is l.leved. vvllli
the tlr-t liiternati.in;. uiiircvs for tie
repre loo or the adulteration of fond
and drugs vvhii b will me, I at lleuev.i
Switzerland, oil Sept. s n,t fur 11
j The Peiin-v Ivanla has liegun th
plan of giving I'llbllrll.v to ea-e- of
ill-i Ipllne I i.i po-tlng on ellliojei s'
bulletin bo.iliU l.lleliii'llls of the ol
feiiM's and the piuil-hinent ndiiiinls.
' Known throughout New Jersey as
the olde-t wonian lu Hie state. Mrs
Sarah Hall Huieiuus. vvhu vvnuld have
hecu Hr. .vears old If -lie bad lived un
til Aug 1:1. d'bsl of old as- In New ail;.
The city council of Clevelnud,
passed an ordinance decreeing that
henceforth i.o prlville celebrulioll ot
the fourth of July by the use of fire
uriiis or ilrcivorks shall occur.
11 11 Campbell of the Plllted States
geological survey Ilgures that at the
rate of production rcaihisl In l'.siT the
available coal supply lu Pciiu-vlvaul'i
will last iilmiit t'.si vears
Mrc KUzuts'lh liickiiisou, a negress,
wan nuidcred vlulciitl) Insane at As
bury Park, N. J , by a thuiidersturm
A few .vears ago lightning Instantly
killed her husband.
That the automobile Is almost use
less for military purposes s the gist
of the lepurt that was nude us the
result of te-ts made at Pine Plains
Judge Amus W Davis of Murgan
.-i.ii lit won b.v oiii-tlilid of a vole the
DciuoiTutir iioinliiatloii for coheres
from the Tenth Kentucky illsiriil
Ibe battleship thet reached Houululq
m Its way to AtiHtritllu.
At lirand Jinn lion, d lo., Steve
Allallis, liielnlii-r of the Wlslelll Pil-
emtlou of .Miners, was iirqulttnl of
the iniirder of Aithur Collins
Maine IieiuiKiats iiuaiiliiiutisly noin
luatml llli.nll.ili (iaidiier of ItiH-Llan.l
fur governor and llientt N. Muvvcr of
Auyuilu for state inidltur.
FOREIGN A" nM"t f"'i"t
.eppilins l..'lll.'ll pie-
OF INTEREST ,., , ,,,, fr
Imur test trip. As he ship was leav
ing lis shed ii gust it wind belw the
i raft against the side uf the structure.
Twenty yards of the outer rubber cor
ded silk uncling were torn away, and
the side propeller was U-nt.
Count lloul de Ciisteliane furmally
tl'ed suit fur sikIi levisioii of the de
cree of divorce obtained against him
ty bis wife nu will glie him the cus
tody of his three ihlldleii He also
lisku that the Princess de S.igau In'
ordered to coutilhuto $i'ii,ii toward
the maintenance of each of tbe three
The Chinese government litis dccld-
ed t" aiiuhit Tang Khan VI, guvernnr
Ol anisilell lilwvilieii lia lilgli 4'oliiS-
sloner to vllt Washington for the pur-
pos,. of thanking the Cnlted States gov
ernment for remitting a portion of
what Is known as the Chinese Roscr
Turkish soldiers In the Mon.itlr dis
trict broke out lu omi revolt, and ;2.
Issi trtsips have Iss'n ordered to the
scene of the outbreak (Jenernl Osman
was assassinatisl In the barracks nt
Monastlr by an offlccr connectnl with
the "young Turkey" movement.
The trial In lterlln of Prince Philip
ti Kulenbnrg on charge, of lierjury
In connwtlon with the scandals of
lat ear was hatted by the serloua
Illness of the prince.
There was nil nbutulmt fall of now
at Agorda. Italy. The snow covensl
the surrounding mountains after a st
slstent rain The teiniM-rature was al
most that of w inter.
NEWS OF Chairman Prank n.
THE Mb muck of tbe Ite-
publlc.in tiatlunal win.
NATIONAL 'lnltIi, wll, tH,
CAMPAIGN, i-ampalgii of l!is In
the far west. Practically the first
movement In the campaign for the
election of Taft and Sherman haslnvn
made at Colorado Springs, Colo., whet o
Chairman Mb hem k has held n con
ference with the Ilepllbllcall leaders
of all the states and territories wot
of the Missouri river.
William .1 Itryan. In conference nt
Lincoln. Neb., with the Tcmo ratlc na
tional cotnmlttis causisl the adoption
of the stiongest kind of a resolution
for public-It of campaign funds lie
plislged the national IennKratic part
lu the comlnc canipalgn to accept no
contributions whatever from corjs.ra
tlons and none from any source which
cicoed $Hi.ihi All contributions over
lllsl are to Is- made public The pule
llcntion Is to Is N-guti on o't lo. giv
ing the amounts contiihub-d up to that
time and then-after dally as fast as
recolvisl No contributions over $100
will 1m- nccepbsl within three days of
the cits tlon.
The Ilepnbllcan committee will ac
cept nu contributions from corpora,
tlons," said Judge Taft. and in an Inter
view he also referred to lalior. prnhlbl
tlon and other I'uestlous. Mr. Taft
said that tint unly would the law of
New York state providing for the pub
licity of campaign conttlbutious 1'
o!t'od by the national Ilepubllcan
couimitlis'j. but the federal law prelnli
Itlug stith cuntrlbutluiis by corpora
tions In connts"tion with the elis-tlon of
president, V ice president, represent.-!
tlves or senators would lie follow tsl
vvlthuut regard to any question of va
lldlty that might arise In respect to
an provisions of that law
The national convention of the Pro
litt.lt ion part convened In Columbus,
). In his address opening the con
vention UoU-rt ll. Pattun of Spring
field. 111., tbe temporary tbalnu.iii, de
nuunctsl buth the lb-publican niid I 'em
ocratle parties for their alliance, as be
termed it, with the saloon He advis
ed the organization of the party on
practii.il lKilitienl lines ami dcclari-d
that the lime had now come when the
movement must go forward or baik
ward. Kugeiie W. Chalin of Chicago
was nominated for president and Aaron
S Watklns of Ada, ii., for vice presl
!i Mr Itryan does not wih to lie drawn
Into the ltrovviisvllte case. In all bis
conversations with vlsiiiug delegations
and others he has carefully n-frjiliusl
from talking on that subjeit lie put
the brand of untruthfulness on nu al
leged statement made b ltlshop Wal
ters of tbe African Meth.slist Ppis.se
pal t hurcb to the eftei t that he bad as-
surisl a negro dclegitji that be re
garded President Km i-ev fit's action In
tbe P.rovviisv tile case as unju-t At the
same time ltrvan tb-uiisl another alleg
ed Interview of the bishop that be had
dlseussfj the appointment of negroes
Mcssts. p.r.van and Kern Issued nn
appeal to farmers for cuntrlbutluiis
any sin to the liemoi ratio campaign
fund. 'Cliln-iis vvhu ask fium th
government nothing but prubstiuii to
their rights" should follow the exam
ple of an luvva fanner contributor,
who brought to Lincoln Sinn, said the
Mr. llryan has not liegun the prepnra
tldu of bis spts.fh of acceptance, and
the probabilities are that be will not
do so until Mr Tuffs address Is deliv
ered. The question of whether be will
make an extended campaign tour Is
one which Mr. Ilr.vnn Is now consider
ing. President ltoosfvelt denied that he
Intends to make speeches In support
of Mr. Tuft's candidacy. Secretary
Loub was asked to make Inquiry of
the incident and Inter said, "The
president has no plans for public nd
drt es bifule fiction time"
Samuel (lumpers, pies,l,ui of the
American Pisler.itlon uf l,nl-or. will
support Willhiiu J llrvan lu the prcsl
ilehllal campaign II,. denied am pios
tin intention id taking the slump.
An ad.lie-s or Vlii. Piesi,i,.,t fair
banks was di'livered at the honiecum
Ing to Indianapolis of John W Kern,
I 'eui.K-i-ailc inn. 11.1. He fur the po-liion
hi I.I b.v Mr faiiliinks.
'I lie executive culiiuiitti f tile An
il llllpel i.lllst league Issued ll slati
lliellt tfcuuilut-uitlli.' Ihat the rricllds
or the league su, t i"iani .1
William Pandulph 1 , , il,.,l for
home ll'olil l.lll'on' lie IV III ilttelld
the national convention of Hie lu.le
. rli, 1, lire part In Cblcago on .Inly '.'7.
CRIMES Tl,!" William Wll
,wn ll.iius, aL-e. sil four
ANO v. ii-, Un- lie. tlve
CASUALTIES. ;,.,,. ,..,' ,,
sen I .1 llielise I., a lllirlecll-
eari.lil gul nnd w hose hod was
found haiibiug to a tuv near Mar.u'.il,
Mil., was nilll.li l.il vas establlsbed l,v
the cuiuiier who held an lii.iiisi in
the case 'I lie jlll'A fouinl lh.it Wil
Hams caiue lo hi- !--1 1 1 1 b.v a blow uu
the lie.ul from a liliiul lii-inim.iit lu
the bauds of some person or poisons
lllikliouu ll Is believed Williams was
killed lo prevent the weildlllg.
f. It ll l'lh Kelt, ll ictlivd minister
of the Mctliullsi fpi-copil church mid
former I nler ol the bor.uigli of Mi-
tllellcll, w lis shot down and killed ill
Hie stlecl there Archie Ilerroii. who
did the shoollug, St 1 at the bead of
the stairs lu Ills home with a drawn
revolver lo ilef uriest, but finaby sur
rchilcicd when the olliccrs told lilui he
would Is- taken dead or alive no mat
ter how niaii.v lie killed. Two .vears
ago, while Mr. Prh kett was tecorder.
Ilerroii was seulciiccd to ten das in
Calling down maledictions on the
Human cm hoik' prlcsthoisl and shout,
big In Italian, "Long live Italy, long
live the Protestants!" Culseppl Alia,
who miiidereil I'alher n llelnrleliK
at the nllar of St. fllzabeth's church,
Item er, was canlisl to the dealli trap
nt Canjoii Clly, Colo, nnd paid thu
penally of his 1 1 line b) hanging.
One wouiuu wus killed und u score
JULY 28, 1908.
of pass.'i.vers were lttjunsl, several e-
riotislv. nt Cris'iiwh'h, ( oiin.. when
the White Mountain express on the
New York. New Haven and Ilartfcrd
railroad Jumped the rails' after passlug
the station The locomotive and ten
cars were thrown oil the track.
Seven mine workers were killed and
ten others Injured by a terrific explo
sion of pn in the Wllltamstown col
liery of the Summit Ilranth Mining
company In the lower part of the an
thracite coal fields near rottsvllle. P.
The mine wa, wrecked nnd set on Are.
A quarter of a million dollar fire. In
which eight persons were Injured,
swept Oreenwlch. Conn., destroying
n large part of the business section.
NEWS OF Tn cteAtest celcbra-
Hon In the history of
(juelnv, marking the
three hundredth anni
versary of the founding of the settle
ment by fhatnplaln. was begun The
Prince of Wales left Hngland to take
part In the celebration. Vice President
Charles W. 1'alrb.ihka went to (Jueliec
as tbe repn-sentatlve of the United
That Melvln W. t?bp-
pard, tbe American
runner who won tbe
l,rji meter race at the Olympic game.
In Imdoii. was rejected as lielng phya
leallj unlit fur piliitment as a pa
trolman In the New York police de
partment was dlsiussed with much
iimuscinetit by athletes nnd thelt
nraTMB t'-aj'taln Henry MeCr.
Jl of the Pu'ted Stte
na y. who was In com
PEOPLE. nm, f lhl. imttihln
Otsirgl-i during the cruise of the north
Atlantic squadron to the Pacific. coasL
dhsl of ltrlght's disease In the Naval
ho-pltal. ilnsiklyn. He was fifty -seven
Murder Victim Cut Up by
RICH WOMAN IS KILLED.
Only Few Days In Country, Wealthy
Viennese tir.H Her Daughter Ara
Taken la ft'c,' Jersey Tovsn and
There Shot and R-bbed Daughter.
Who Is Wounded, Tells of Meeting
Relative Whom Olva Waa to Wed
and Going With Hhn to Place Whera
New Yolk. July 21. In a datk, lone
ly sp,,t cl.i t t!u. iitti,. statlou of
C.ialburg sivtis u miles northwest of
Jerse City, on the New York, Sus
quehanna and Western rsllroid, a
train tievv found the in-incled Issly
ot ii richly dri--cd. middle aged wo
man. Apparently she h;i kllk-d by
nn e.iilier ti ..in The only sL'jnge
fealiiie of the Im l.b'iit appealing then
was that hi th,. Human's clenched
hand was fjiai In tieruiaii bank notes.
Seven hours later, when the body
bad bts'ii taken tu the morgue at
nidgcvvotid. a g,id loukiug youug girl
of twenty, hsl by resident of the
roiiiitryshie. staggertsl into the place,
hlisillug fium four bullet wounds.
She Meiititied the woman as her
mother, told the authorities of a des
perate nttaik, lu which 'the elder wo
man had Is-cii inunleitsl uud she her
self wounded, and started them to
""ik on of the strangest mys
teries or ivoi nt years.
A closer examination, of the body
showisl n bullet wound through the
tnothii's heart, which hitherto had
liivu coiicealiil b.v the mangling of
the train. '1 In- daughter added the In
formation tint the J'.isi In Herman
inoin'v was only the remainder of $2.-Tihi-
the rest In American notes
whli Ii the mother had lieen carrying
Victim a Newcomer to America.
The victim. It was learned then, was
Mrs. uttllle Pls'ihanl, a wealthy res
ident of Vicuna, who had Iss-ii in this
country unly siinv last Thursday. The
girl v iis Miss Oltllip Klierhard, who
had aceouipaulisl her mother from
They had iss-n taken to the desolate
sput vvheie the mutticr'a Issly was
found b.v August Kls-ihard, the girl's
twinty-flvi-.vear-old cousin, whom she
bad crossed Ibe seas tq wed.
Just what happened there the girl
did not know. At the bright of a
thunder and lightning storm, while
they were walking along the tracks,
tie iiiotlu r sank, crying, "I've Iss'ii
stun k b.v lightning!"
Then there was firing vaguely the
girl pletuiud thris- men as the assail
nuts and she felt the hut sting of
tmir grazing bullets
Police Looking For Nephew.
She lied at the fiiluhiaud of her
ciiiislu, August. She did nut see him
tire any of the shots, though she knew
he had a loaded levulver 111 Ills pock
et lie run away fimu her toward
the place whci the spurts of flume
bad appeared 'lhat was the last sts'ti
of August The polliv are seeking
The police do not think that the
iiiunleier will ! captured near the
scene uf the 1 1 line They say that
any one who cuiild display sin h inld
liluoilisl .nulling as was shown Hi thu
iiiiiiiler plot, plmlng the nonum'
lly after she was shot on the rail
load trail; to Is. cut in two. wuuld
plan to gel safely away lK'fore the
i rime was rib-covcicd. It would have
his'ii easy fur the murderer to get to
Paicrsoii or Newiiik by trolley car,
and fr either of these places he
could get ii 1 1 it In for the west or
Plot Charged by Frank Gould.
New Yolk. July 21. - Prauk Jay
(loiilil, who i lielng sued fur dlrorcti
b.v Ids wife, Mrs. Helen Kelly (lould.
tu us. ,1 the arrest of Mrs. Hen Teal,
Julia Plcinlng und Harry S. Motisley
on a chaige of In. luring MiiIh-I H Mac-('ail-Ian
to give false evidence lu be
link' of Mrs (iould. The crime charced
Is a felony.
Live Stock Markets,
CATTl.T. - Supply fair, market dull;
choice. S.'.lsui'.i, prime, i,aCS&; veal
IttiitH Iti-ci ipts fair; market lower;
nrlme lii-avli-s. uinlluins and litavy York.
era, J7.iir.a7 1. Unlit tinkers, .,uiaoau;
iiii:a, .;.uC4i, ruunlia. $-.a! sti.
hiii:i:p ani i.amiw - supply iittnt;
market steady on slits p anJ lower on
lauilia, prime welhirs. ttti.lt 71, culls anil
uuiiiioii, Su3, lambs, 4ar. a,i.
- f jcr r ' i
See Chuces of Beatiig the
BEST IN COMING EVENTS
Jumps, Sprints, Hurdl.s, Middl, Dis
tanc Run, and Pol. Vault, In Which
Our Man Hold Records, on This
W,.k', Programme In London Tug
of War Sho Incid.nt Satisfactoril)
E.plaln.d Sullivan D.acrib., Amer
ican T.am'a Handicaps
Loudon, July 2L-Iesplte the severe
handlcapa under which they have lieen
placed by the lirfllsh (llyluplc commit
tee since their arrival In Kngl.nid.
America's rciircaenta tives la the truck
and field championship of the fifth
Olympiad are lu eziss-dlngly tine spir
its now fur the final struggle. It Is
felt that the crisis Is passed and that
from now on the Pulled States will
find much caster going. True, the
Cnlted Kingdom leads the boys of Pn
cle Sam by some eighteen iluts. but
this load has Us-n acquired principally
lu the events In which (ireat ltrltalii
was conceded undlsputable suprem
acy, Kleren events remain to lie contested
liesldes the Marathon race. These In
clude the various Jumps, sprints hur
dle, middle distances and the pal.
HAN J. KELLY, K'""iTTi!ttMt
vault. In these America will have as
dNUuct an advautage as had the ltrlt
ons in tbe steeplechase and long ins
tance runs. Kerr of Canada Is going
to make trouble In the sprints, but he
will have the hardest sort of time win.
niug a first in auy of his starts.
James K. Sullivan, the commissioner
(presenting the f lilted States, said.
"We have come here to win the
cbauipioushlp in field sports, and we
are going to do It despite the handicap
from which we are suffering. This
handicap has been twofold. In tbe
first place, the men came to a country
having the worst possible climate for
those unused to It. und tilts affected
them very seriously, more seriously
than those not engaged in the games
have any idea ot.
"Tbe other handicap against which
we have had to contend Is the manner
In whlehthe heat drawings have Iss-n
coni ictcd. The drawings have gone
aga.nst us In the 1..VXI meter race,
when our lsst men, Shepimrd and
Halsteud, were pitted against each
other, and the same thing occurred In
the Suu meter event, the heats of
which will Is run off today, Sbeppartl
and Halstead having lieen drawn
against emli other far a second time,
ltromllovv and Harney also have lieen
put Into a heat together In this event,
wliile lu two other beats of the SCO
meters not a single American has Us-n
drawn .It Is either extraordinarily
bud luck or the manner in which the
drawings have lieen made that has re
sulted In such unfavorable conditions
for the American "
The matter of the use of spiked
show worn by the llrltlsh team In the
tug ot' war ha. U-cn satisfactorily ex
It Is uow conceded by the Americans
that the ltiill-li team cutua'tcd in the
ordinary gear which Is customary for
such cuiitcsts In England. To wear
light athletic shoes In a tug of wai
would here lie regarded us the same
enor as to wear heavy boots In a
The feature of on? of the contests
was the throwing of tbe discus, "as
at Alliens," or wbnt is known as tbe
Oreck style. ThU event, which was
first added to the Olympic games pro
gramme ut Athens In llHjd. resulted In
the establishing of a new Olympic
recoid, lu which four contestants took
pait The distiince established by
Juerveiien nt Athens two years ago
was lift feet s Inches. This time one
of the first of the American cumistl
tors to swing out tbe platter, A. It
Dearborn of the New York Athletic
Club, sailed the missile UT fist. Tbesi
figures did Uot lust lung, buwever. foi
when the other tsiiuH'llttirs gut going
the tecoid uiovisl up rapidly, until lu
the ti i to I Maitln Slierldiiii wou with a
throw of 124 feci 8 liubes, with Hurr
secniid, with 122 fis-t 6V.' Inches, and
Jaervenlu third, with UU feet H
Method of Scoring In Dispute.
No orthia! announcement la obtaina
ble us tu huvY the lliltish Olympic as
loclatluu Is going to decide the (11 mplc
Championship, but the system adopted
by the Iuidou sjiortliig paieni tu gr
illing ut the rcsjifctive positions of the
vurious couutries has beeu geuerally
accepted. This uysteiu awards one
IKilnt for eaih win, Ignoring seconds
and thlids, uud Includes nil ssirts car
Tied uut under tbe auspices of the as
sociation, whether wlttilu the Stadium
or outside of it.
As the summer section of the game,
will continue until Oct. lit und will
probably Include yachting, tbe Olym
pic regatta aud figure skating, and as
there will la- a winter Beetlun lo In
clude Hugby und association football,
hockey, lacrosse aud boxing. It will be
tbe eud of the year before the trophy
for the champlontulu la ail snorta can
be awarded. If this method ot count
ing isilnts Is followed by the Drifts
Olympic association, England -arfjl
surely win the trophy, for there atr
few countries taking part In these
(ports outside the Stadium.
Melvln W. Sheppard. the runner, of
tbe Irish-American Athletic club of
New York finished first In the 1&00
meter race, aud tbe New York police
man, John Flanagan, won the sixteen
pound hammer throwing event. Shep
pard's victory was especially gratify
ing, as he waa not accustomed to lb.
Our Boy. Win Again.
Uncle Sam's lioys had the center of
the stage for many hours, and wher
ever the calcium light turned It gen
erally fell usin a wearer of the red.
white and blue. Itay Ewry, the lim
ber legged leaHT who sjiorts the Mer
cury foot, the world's. Olympic and
American record holder at both the
(landing high and the standing broad
Jump, cnptunsl the final of tbe last
famed event, making It his fourth con
secutlvu Olv in; k' Ictory, for he woo
this contest In Parts In ltsJO, In W.
I lis lu U'.l ard In Athens In llAXi.
i.Jrtln SIil .'bin. the wonderful all
round athlettof the Irish-American
Athletic club, won third honor. In this
event, the isi.it scored swelling his to
tal to 11 aud tuaUnjr him the leader In
Ibe race for individual honors.
The sturly Yankee athletes smashed
one Olympic record and equaled a
other. Charley I la con, the big blood
hatred winged fist timber topper, flew
the fences In his heat of the 400 meter
hurdles lu the great time of ST seconds,
whkh lowered the previous Olympic
record of ST 3-ri secoudi, made by
Tervkshiiry, the American, at tba Peris
Olympiad. Ilaeun's world record for
tbe 4iai meter hurdles race over three
fiiot sticks Is TC 4-5 seconds, made at
the tryout on Prauklln field. Philadel
phia, on June 11. Another Olympic rec
ord was equaled. James Rector of the
University of Virginia winning his best
In tbe UU meter dash In tbe crest time
of 10 4-Ti seconds, equaling the Olympic
record made by JarvLs. the American,
In Paris In Hl. The six silnU scor
ed by the Yankees In the standing
Jump pulls down the United Klng
dom's lead to eight iiolnts. the point
tally now standing: Cnlted Kingdom,
54; United States, 40; Sweden, 12;
Greece, 0; Norway. 4; Canada, 1; Aus
tralia, 1; Prance, 1; Finland. L
Great Day For Unci. 8am.
It was s great day all around for
the lioys from Y'ankeeland. The old
gentleman with the goatee qutllflad
nine men lu the bests of the 100 ma
ter, three men In the H0O meter and
three men In the 4oo meter hurdlea.
Charley Ilaulels of the New York Ath
letic club won the final of the 100 me
ter swim, gliding Into home waters at
fifth of a second slower than he did
last I'rlday, when be smashed his for
mer Olympic record of 1 minute 13 sec
onds by covering the 10U3 yards la 1
minute 5 2-T seconds. George Uek
nert, tbe sturdy little grsppler of the
National Turn Ven-ln of Newark, N.
J., captured the premier laurels Is tbe
bantamweight catch-as-catch-csn wres
tling. Ewry won the standing broad Jump
with a leap of 10 feet 114 lncles. Tbe
world's record of the "Jersey Sketrter"
Is 11 feet 4 Inches, made In SL Louis
MAY HAVE SEEN SLAYER.
8uspicious Actions of Two Mm on
Night of Drew Murdar.
Troy, N. Y July 21. The latest de
velopment In the case of Hazel Drew,
whose body was found In Teal's pond,
was reported by district attorney's offi
cer Powers. He says Mr. and Mrs.
William Uaffey, who live about three
miles beyond Test's pond, were driv
ing home from Troy during tbe early
evening of Tuesday, July ", when they
noticed a runabout pulled to one side
of the road near the pond.
A young man waa seated In the lis.
a stranger to the HafTeya. Down to
ward the shore of the pood was the
Indistinct form of a tall man who was
brushing about In the thick bush. This
was near tbe Kilut where tbe gui's
bat was later found. The Hatteys
drove along home. It Is figured as
possible that the tall man In the brush
may have lieen the murderer. Tbe
may have been the murderer.
Admiral Roj.atv.naky Daad.
SL Peteis.burg.aaluly 21. Vice Ad
miral Itujestvensky, who commanded
tbe 111 fated Kusslan fleet which wss
annihilated by tbe Japanese In tbe
sea of Japan In May, 1903, died at
Bad Nauhetm, Oermsny, from heart
INDEPENDENCE MEN BUSY.
Candidat For Party's Nomination
Open Hcadquarttrs In Chicago.
Chicago, July The campaign for
tbe ludt'jrf iidenee parry nouituaUon
fur tbe jirfslijcnry was upeued when
Thomas U, I lb-gen uf MmsKacbusetts
ifAcned bvudquurters tu tbe Palmer
Charles 1 8. Neal of Indiana, m
rival candidate, will opeu quarters Id
the Wludsur-CUftoii hotel, directly
jut-US' the Ktreet, niid will brlup with
him tbe larceM UfU'catlou of all the
Mates to Ut: lit fir hU (-aiulldacy,
Former Coiijriessnmn M. Howard
of Alabama will make bH nomination
campaign from heidijutuler in tbe
Morrison. While h? Is tbe cbohe f
his native Mute. .M.ilnma, from whl. h
he waa elerted to the ii'Ulomil n-u-Hrresi.
be b in been pi .sired :i hlrt.lC
fullimlnu fmm othr Muibein tite.
(eorgli Irts int nuiUe nun, tboupn
one of IH U-M kimun men Is a can
didate In the iHTrt.ui of John Temple
(rates, wm imwle a remitatbm while
a resident of Atbiuta as I pull lira 1 it
former, le tuier nnd economist and
bo now njipiMM- In the rauki ot tbe
party a New Yorker.
Now York, July 30. -POTATOES-
Steady; choice, ier harrel.
tLtinZiM, fair to KO..J. fir barrel, tocm
KiU'B-Statr. Pnni Ivanla and tiearbr.
rlerlt-d. uhltti, fancy, 3CaiCc.; cuod t
choice. Ti.rttc , brown and mixed, fancy,
ruc , KiM.il tu cliott. 21aZ3c,; undr-
HUTTKlt Or-am-n'. sjH'CUla, c; a
truH, t-1. . Units, ilal'So , wcondi. 2tHa
ac , thlru IkATur , tiUtti dairy, tuba, An
tKt lU""r RO'd to choice, iiaflc; com
inon to fair luliHc.; prun.a, apeclala,
2lic , tutu, nc , tlrati. IHaSuc.; oeccDda,
1'Mlttc ; thirds, pjalCHc
CHKKSi; -State, full crrun, apdala,
llai;c . Kmfall, rolort-d or while, fancy,
11 Sc. ; Urge, colored or hltc, fancy.
JJ'ssC , Kood lo prime, lvaltVc.; common,
. klma, 14 pound apeclala, Sct
tine, CUaTc . fair tu cood, Jv.Vc ; com
mon, lat'c, full aktma, Valc.
LIVE IKirLTKY entckena, sprtne. pw
lound. Ifcc, fowla, Uc.; rooatera, youn
and old. c; turkey a. firlmc, Uc.
DRESSED POULTHY-Turkeya, tuna,
averac tt, ItUKcj torn a, 16c.; common
to fair, Italic; rhlckena, aprtnj, broil era,
Philadelphia, t to 4 pounds w pair, p
pound. ZliaJOe,: Pennay Ivanla, I to 4
pounds, X3a2&c,; poor, lCa30c.; ducklings.
Lont Island and eaatern, spiinff, lie;
state and Pennsylvania, lac; squaba,
prima, lars. whtu. per dosan, tl-kicJ B;