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ti,. uin ;!! j J,)Iin: tov.., Pa.. June . The
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,.;r,;, ,!f my ! r : -.,..,.,;.; j.rc toilav are just f repitl
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. me fame ir tn
.!! vi ry h.njr. i-mU
,-s ; s!' thi'ii rvturn
!..!rs in our '-;iirj:
, cut t!ii j.atrli mi my
. r-i i tho rii.ttT!.'ir
aft'Tiioon ; hs at
.1i'ir-!;iy :.flr ttat :
lit it ; J" tl iil not
,. ,. v ; r .s.-ni-f wlK-n the
i. , n ; O'.'umior
.,, :;, . ;,;...;:t tli" nm-Jcr.
, I.'.te in Ynunp-town :
ws living l.ar.dy to
4; V.'..rks: have kcowa Jo
,;n , at : a' iiim on the
.iv ia.-t at hi home, in tlie
1 by his house be-(H-k
in the evening ;
.,.. 1,,-iwixt n?1 ; I hiil him the
ji aii'l a-fl how lii.s family
lin v wi re an win anu
i- f.i-n i!y ; have no lxKik by
;', the time ; lis the time
ii .rk ine only two days
in.UiV and Tuesday.
.:.;. Vounto n in at tout
fr..iu Iave Nicely I went
,,iri-'.a-t l';.U an J wasn't away
ie unti! Aj-nl : I .was on my
1 1 jet my brut her to move
u jra.ciiiu i" front; g.'it my
,t !.,v iirot'.ier's; met jeopie on
; .'. i t reTiieiiitier w ho : don't
r u.i t-:ns anyone near Pave
, :.: 'r..:u there mn 10 Me
... I kiW !mfT.u'ii Uy there
uf t;ie hoys I know; the last
a J..ivc b-fore this was at
,. . time la-t year; Mr.
,t:Ji.i me hre; I didn't tell
"..r..t that I didn't see Jiih
, j: ii.iv : didn't tell liim tlsiit lie
( i .c ni"te than I cuiiM miike
. (. i.f; il: -in 'I threaten any ot
..,-.: didn't nay 1 l.al a pistol
.n Vj:,it: cii'ln't tell him I was
!, a handy billy and revolver
T'.-!i.a?-I was called as a wit--ll:
tVtiimoiiwra!th: they licked
;j !.. ; ki tti k that ha.l lcen
u;-U Pave Nicely; I know Mr.
t!,r j, '. i !.ve. i Put Uetlxxik in evi
1, r,. I wouldn't positively oay
,.r that it isn't the pocket book
. - In I u id Niivly to give to Wat
;,.r: the one 1 pot from luve
.- h.nre sf.fftlian this is now : I
(smii.!- the "Hkct'xMik close ;
! i ': i k like the one on the
i'u.e Nin iy rive uie ; to the
f l;v kiMwitil I don't believe
ii..- j-iiiit Mr. Camp was.recalhd
; r. it Mr. Tlicnias in Liii:ier
j (; :h n tit piH'ketlxx-k and ask
tut t.-a't the ocketbok Dave
Ul ii-ven him ; this puckcth?k
!,' 1 i.j 1 and showed to Mr.
Hooij, wiili ii terrible imiiloiiiti-s-s J
and awful furv, Mnick the tnwn.l
The i;ptar.n! of Davi t nn l Js.-ji'i
Nicly, the iri,ni'rs", would not indicate
that th-y ure the Imrden-1 criiiiinuiii
they a"- - r.-raliy twiieved to lte. They
are a very different kind of lix.kin;!
I'lio ox. it. !m. :,t h s t,..,l .lrt-,!,,1?c rr:' "'! fj'-"- eonvi-.ted f ,r the
MKiiewlmt. l,ut tl.-.- arc stupi-! r'"Wry Jr" YU r' 1T v'1 ""o:,i?
l' I I- .1, r .i !'"-' h-i'idreJ otoer men in the Court
ni-d bv the linmiisciios- of then- . , .
lo Vd l..i. f.,. not one la twenty oa! I point
x,,. . ..v. . u,iv .-jthfci out us probable; i.iur.l-.-rers,
n.v u...... ..ic iiiuuiKMo t.oiMiig-j scpis f.u-e ia round, nosj
' oi vvf ciaos a yvjtouiatii Mau i v ark unit .-w f.rhM.t i,;,h.n,i
of work anil relief Unit is already j smooth, hair on hU head thin and fiae.
It?imiili2 to !liOV WOIIilerftll re-1 He wears a Bim?what heavy and long
salts. Tlie Ohio men have Come moustache. His aza is steady, and
to Use front itt a var that is wiu-j - th? ciatinuud and cl.js3 oiuer
iiiuj all heart-s and j.iliiiy; up a debt! vulion of .lht" '"a lro-l of upacutorj,
ol irratltll.Ii as botllld ess as .1,,. ' o mere is no more mieresieu perajn
of every qtiestkin asked and answered,
and pjint ra'ned and settle 1 in Die roam.
Not a word uttered bv counsel, witness or
ge etH-apcs his attention. IreeJ in
a neat tilting black coat, vest and pan t,
with clean, white cellar an i ruifs, his
111 cli'ariliir Ul appearance is that of a somew hat phrew d
the debris iiml rescuing the bodies I business in in. Immediately on his
of the dead. The fire has been ! ril.t sits his w ife, neallr and fashion-
cliarity of the.Di'.ckeyc State: thev
have tents tip in the flood-swept
plain ii front of the Company j juJ , ,
More; ttiov come with horses andi.
citrts.pi.'ks and hliovcli and are do-
lns, effective work
sulidtied in t!ic vast pile of wreck
age that had piled against the
Pennsylvania's liri.lge, and it is
now proposed to tise dynamite to
break it tip. Siipt. Pattou and his
assistant, Mr. Manning, have done
wonderful work in getting the Som
erset fc Cambria 11. It. opened
down to J led ford Street and are
handling the relief trains that are
constantlv coniinir in with consnni
. ... .... , i. i
ate ski . 1 he 1 ennsvivania it. iv.
ab'y nUircd i'.r b'ac'i. S'.io is a mo lest
and unassumin). llv, w ill. a rather thin
and pale f iee. J.ik her husband she
h?.Hr the fixed stare of ban Ire Is of even
without the east si'ju of embarrassment.
On her right is the chair (Kxvipie I by
David, the other prisouer, by whos
side his wife with a foiir-monlh-old bale
in her arms is usually to be seen. ' Iave"
as he is called, is a taller and slenderer
man than his brother, and quite as inof
fetsiv in apjx'arance as his brother.
With a thin visaire, a straight larj; nose,
people have a temporary bl idire clear black eyes, m'.!h short hair and
over the new channel formed l.y the "'' "'i" ' "-tad'e. he sits with head
river and are rushing the relief
trains from the west into their de
pot. Temporary bridges have
been thrown across to the 1. M. K.
station and to Kernville.
Capt. Jones.of the Edgar Thotr.p
son Steel Works, has charge of a
usually resting on his h ind, quietly and
somewhat indifferently listening to the
pro ve linp". I'ulike Joe he seldom
?ayn a word to bis counsef.
To tho riu'ht sits the mother with a
n-'at blck dit si on, and her head and
fjee nliii-W. covered w itii a laijje black
bonnet, 'iap".l in the customary fc'yle
larire force of workmen and is do-iof those allowed by the I'uakard Church.
Her fue U emaciated and birikinnlj
pile, indicative of feeble health. Ap
parently the never loses eiyht ofany
thinir coin on.
O.i iier ri'iit the father is alwnya to be
,seen; a patient and ilose oliscrver of
i everything sai I and done. II ; is a sh rt,
I angular man of Fomf Ik) years ol ate.
j His side and chin whiskers are quite
T.u; n -u:i:.d Mr. Camp drove
:i .o ry stable and called me out
..il. h. re 1 have a p'ickotbook
i:.t t"-lew vou, to see whether
,ue I ave Ni.vlv save von " ; it
l.J; rent "lie from this ; he didn't
r. - 1li .-ne ; he had two piK'ket-
:,i -l.. . l me; I told him they
d t li.e ij kflbooks ; on the day
r. -p.i arrested I we,nt down for
Nucn and Mis Horner: Mist
. .a! 1 m u.i' that she couldn't rec- ! a
'.he liitie man, for be had a mask
r 'i;-M'r;i d the appearance of the
tMi:i.i:ie.l Tin-re was a yonnp
ii the h i-'V with me ; I don't
i v i.i' was. or where he i ; don't
'... :!i.-r he went west: Nannie
r is :i i hst'.e girl who w as in the
; ! -ii"t think any one was by
a::. j. u.e the iwke' books;
it rn eNamination of the oi ket
: fr :n the time it was eiven to me
..I Nh.'v t;'.l I pit it to Wnts n
ir: 1 ti !.i rn me that I had li e
" k : I j-i:t it in my inside est
. lii l i..it t..ke it out til! I jr.ive
vat ii l.n .her ; I told you .Mr.
i ti::t I 'Tiil not positively ay
trtl.is wa or not the pock't-
ing such work as only love and a
great heart can do.
Among the parties reported lost
in Monday's lb:it.U.r Mr. Samuel
Shaffer and familv are now known
to be Favt.il. The roof oa which
thev were, floated down against
Cell. Campbell's house, and Curt
....... , ii
(. ainpuell ami his brother suecee.teu ray, also his Ion' hair on the side and
ill taking them off. ba.-k of his he 1. His forehead, owing
One of the things that went liotnc to baldness of his heal, ap;-ars to be
to the heart of cverv visitor from higher than it really is. X one can fail
Somersi t was to see John lions
ton watchiutr every brick and stone
and piece of timber that was t.iken
from the wreck of the llulbeit
House. exioctinir each minute that
the body of his daughter would be
revealed to view
The bodies of Mrs. 0de and her
daughter, Mi s. llur.-l and her trrand
children and Miss Grace Oarnian
have not Ik-cii found.
The Ti ilmiif: and JK-mmrat both
expect to resume publication at!
A temporary post-office has boon i
established anil the people arc now'
i.lde to communicate with their
to reeoiinize. a h'rong, if riot Ktrikin,
family resetnblanixs anions the parents
aad the two boys.
AnsonTa Wabi.it Mantle Corks with the
'atct impr .-il t i'il day movement in for
only $j.oo. at ls ro-t tlian tl ey Lave ever
Ixt'ii sol 1 al lh'fir.-. A'si. Pc!h Tliotna.
Clocks of a liner grade at i aval $S oO, a!
XU XEW DEVKLOI'.MI'NTS.
OFFICIALS DILIIVE THAT THE CLAN-NA-GAHL
Alihoii'li M. M. Tnshvi ll .c (.'o. ha ve ilor.i
die larst iniiiiniry LusiiH-ss tlos w'ason
ihey hive done for y.ars, by oir.i;:g fresh
invo'cj !'? a week, tlity not only keep up
1 full Mix k, but are Mire to have everything
of tiielatcst as it om- out.
v-a !,-:.-.l.er-Mr.Thn-8 1 r-nd-
p 1. 1 book ; this is nut the
!-t-k handed to nic by bill
a; the in-', l. was not red as
1 vv.n.ii.i .) it ami know that this is
. !---k t ';-- k.
i':;:av 1 I atu a brother-i:i-i.a:'
t-"'.t : 1 t.ok tlie money cut
" pk k t-i oj. t u,l j,,;t it in the
'! r Na'i- n;ii li.itd ; I didn't say
1 t "k tl.e ni.mey out for fiir 1
' z l a;a trouble : I told Mrs. Nicely
'? 1 ''' p H'ket-Wok up w'a it
'l"i'.f i:!i the money.
jury WHtf c.wn in care of Tip-M.:i.-rand
Mifall f..r tl.e ni-ht and
1 'inie-1 t - a Wciueslav
A number of ladies whose homes
wore destroyed reached Somerset
vesterdav and to-dav. They found
r 1-1 I
warm welcome iroiii kiihi iicai ..-
and are being made as comfortable
an possible. At the meeting last
niirht arrangements were made to
care for a number of jteoplc and
Ir. Knd-ley went to Johnstown to
notify the" committees. A large
number of joople are expected to
morrow. One of the first acts of
some of the ladies on reaching the
houses to which they had been as
signed was to divest themselves of
their outer clothintr in order that it
might be sent to friends iti Johns
town, who had not saved enough
clothing to allow them to make
the journey. One of the things bad
ly needed is women's clothing.
Down to Bad Roclt.
Prop in mi'! how clnp yon can buy s
Hanp'n; I-amp. Lamps of all kinds. I'i-he?
of all iltwcription very cheap, illa s Warr
at a airrifiec. kt the store of
K. 15. OorntoTH.
Tl.e bus for the season as w ll as the trim
niinzs are more stylirh ll an for son.e yiars
The 1! .wer- are ba.itifiil and so m arly imi
tate nature as to almost iro ive the eye. We
have an immense ttock. Come and see it ami
M. M.TkEnw ti.L iV t o.
'i ' n u 1 a' co'o-i of reidy
. ai. i in a'v ij'iroitiiy you wanr.
!'V H tiTi ., ; also, all kind
l.'n". 'i1k? tiil.irs. iaint bnisiti'S,
1 - '..'a-l.e. at J. P. Holder-
Mr. Cha's. H. Fisher has Wu-ht ot tl
publishers of the HrEil.Dail 1. k n.im!..ers
from March I '-th to present date, and can
supply copies or all and any date at 5 rts
per cpy- Mail orders promptly filial
S?nd sta?e stani to Fisher's Iks.i Sio:e
for Hkrvll's lck numiiers.
Ready fr u-e. No r.iii'f- rumiml
Sticks to die vim and Unis'iies tbc whole
cr .pif l'aiato b.i with one appiication.
ne pound will go as far as ten pounds of
Parii jm-en ind piaster wind by hand
Sold chiap by
J. It. IIoM.tltnit .
Whet's the matter with stopping in at
renter Itros., and buying a pair of boots or
shoes before P'oing home. They will ul'
taem to y ou cheaper than anybody else.
Coua!l:t. Snllivaa ninl WomtrntV I'nriiUitlj
Arraicueil Tl.y rirail Toit Guilty and
re Itpumuari; o Slire Artrt r
TSoolzetl fur the Ircsvnt, at Least.
C'liiCAOo, June 1. The actions of th
police ofiici d y . strday betok. ned
soiiii'thinyr out of the common to be on
band for consideration. Muju-rintendeut
Hubhiird did not come to hia olhce tiL
late in the nioniinjr. lie was at th(
North side nt an early hour, and thence
In; T!:t to the oilice of Luther X. Lada:
MilU. who iseni.si byl'n.nin's friend,
to nnisei iite the ease. Mr. Mills was not
ut his iittu e and the chief conrlud.sl ht
would wait for him. He n-fii-d to talk
a'jotit the Croi.in ca-vr. He admilUsi
that he h.'.d hoard that a man luinn d
Wiili?ms or Mack had Ivon arrist.-d. hut
woallstiy nothiiii; more. It is said the
man nnvst -.1 on the West Side by th
police Thursday is uain -d McWilii.-mn.
Tli9 f. llow is sai 1 to know soni. tl.in
nlx.nt the wi-uia'tts of tl.e Curls. m atl
tae whi. lt will throw liht on tlie mur
di r of lr. ( lonin. The police do not
think he is tin man who drove th
.t.s'tor to the assassination don. lie if
loi-Ue-.l up lit the IViitnl st.;t:o.u
Out auo. June 1. Lkmtrarf to the
general exns't;ition. the grand juty
cupii-d itlf with r outim business, in-st'-ad
of taking up anotln r branch of the
t'rouin cr.se. Tnis was aue to tlie fact
that State's Attorney la.nents k.T has
not vi t cull- up his luiu.l whether oi
not it is desirable to complicate the in
vestigation by Koinr; into the :illi'ed
lierveision of the physical force fund.
Lawy.r V. J. llyi.es, widi whom it i
said tho muri.red tiiau left valuabli
'.is rs pvin tlie full drtailsof what h
uid l 'uniisl re'ardinr the conspiracy
against his life, had a Ion:; conference
with Chief Hubbard, but no information
v. "s votn lKifisJ by either mail r'tcardini;
its nature, liefojv leaving the city hall,
liowevor. Mr. Ilynes said that he was
now more convinced than ev r that lht
consiraey was tin? work of individuals
and not of the CIan-Na-;a. l ns a ldy.
lie In lievisi that th.- men under arrest
w ere implicitol ii ilu murder, t ut th. y
were not the bonds of the con-p rtc
and may not have been the actual mar
ileriTf. lb" was not sittislnsl with the
conduct of tho case by the p lice am'
would not lie iii.lil th.' criminals wen
nrn'st.sl and th.- guilt fa-tcni-d npsin
C'uc;.iiti. Sullivan an 1 VVooJra 1 1"irutall3
A r; sia:-.!.
r.x-IYt.i tivc- Coti-h!ii.. l O. Sullivan
the iceiiii.n. a.:d hi. ink Woo.lrulT w. ri
formally cii-ai-tusl in Jiidi.v William
son's toiiri ycsti ioay afb-ruion on tin
iharjioof lunidciiii IT. Cioidu. Tin
were lnirii.sllv brought into coun
through th" p.L-s ini way le.tdin;; from
tint jail ut a ti::;o li very b w ;ti
tors v.-i ro jTi-scnt. C tin- l for th- pris
oners h:-d n:;t lss-11 l;oti;ied of tilt
h.toti.l sl u tion, but l-awver Utvid. win
roim-.K-nts Jsullivaii, hai p. nod to Is- ii;
Court at tie- tii.n". All thns- ; l.-ad-sl
"hot KUilty" aad Ihivid to ide Hie r tcro
t.vp.' l motion t iiU:oli the indictiin nu
but no ilaf wis st tor ur'ument.
Afur eaiii if the three pi Loners hiul
ls-n fiirn:s!.sl withaiooy of the in
dii t:.n nt apiiiLst htitt th. y were taken
Ij;c to jail. All thief linked anxious
and can-woni although it wai aprent
that they were tiyh.g to pixv'rve a cool
MunT'frtiiriic a s.-nsallon.
An effort was made this morning tc
laannfactun a s ns.ition "or.t iif t'.e ar
nsf f a man variously known a:
"William" and "Mack." an 1 who a.
taken l.y the oli -e from a West Si.k
I'siin iioc.'. !t v;ts gravely stat-si
lliat he knew aH at out the riimoaud
that it w. iild p o ably l .l.'v. !od thai
lie was the man that r. lil si down tlu
carp t in tle Carlson cott.iui'. Chi.i
iiuolard kn l.'sl this story in the head
to-nih. Wiiikiins. he slid, had not
the sii;;ht .--si c nnis tion Willi the mys
tery, itnd he was simply l i: le ld at
the ltsplaines stns't stiiiioa vniiiitsr hi
ivturn to lhi Uridewell, from w iiith
cscapisl sumo time ao.
N Mrw ArnsU Iooktl.
It was dcveloptJ l:sst niit that nt th
conferon.-e l-twesn Hubb-inl and Ilynes
the entire situation was pnie over ami
that tlie chief expre.i.etl this e?np!uitic
o)'inion that there wus no eviilem e on
j nun. I that would warrant any aoilittonal
umsts. ess-ially of the "sU-siss ts" on
i which the Uitteries of Ir. Cnnin's
i fr;ends have Ls-;i directed. Tlie city de-
ts.-tives. however, are still following Uf
j a tiuuiter of leads iroi:iisiiiif and un
ptoin.iiiir. ami some oi w hu h may res
Lal iih iiiiicrs of tl.,i Iri.-h Kind I. .iL'iit
xpn-ss coiisi.lerab! .' tt.tiyaitioti witi
In murder trials it is wnt impirtaiit to
know the exact lime at w l.ii h the crime oc
curred. To tl.e tinli itunate rriniiuid time
may ! life. In all cases tone is money and j suit in additional arrests at any tune.
money can be saved by buying time piivcs
it Nnf & Caserns r's. who cany a laie --or'n.ent
of the Finest Orades of Wa'ihes
and CI iK-ks, Jewelry and "silverware, I'ye-'a.-ss
We also -a., n:'n.viti of all kinds, fiissls
l-.inhascd from us will le emtravisl lie of
charge. NKFf & C vseuklu.
Fred, John, I!en, Il'il y, and Nick, now or
nial at the Mure of
Kb. 11. C iTKi-Tit.
More Truth Than Poetry.
Crocer Vouj-dit ha come to stuy.
The reuson why is jat this way.
His trade iucrcr.-es wi:h each day,
Bt cause Lis (roods are the txst, all fay.
nr?. S'lncrset P.a.
We are Klad to tke a.lvantsse of the en
ten-tbeof the PviLI IIkrvi i. in ji-.i-i? an
invita'ion to strsninrs, as weli asourold iat
rons, to rail and see our immense Mock of
IIa'., Itomiets and Trimniints ; he ales.
:'..,,, ,r p.n.s,. is r-.;ii:red
- '. v . f J s f.sl,:i' i i f r.udin.id. ries, II.e. tiioves.
T -s, -r-e !..;;, ra-i o ily be oh- j chiefs. Collars. Cuffs. Buttons, Corsets, Jew
i: I'i-her book tlnr, 4c, ic.
M. M. Tkipwell CO.
rillsbury s Flour at Keller's.
Voiight's is headipiarlers for proreries.
rerfiitne cases at liiewker A Snyder's,
All kinds of trusses at Uiesecker A .Snyder's.
ITS ALL PURE HUMBUG
Foa Other Duale. ao ST Tiitv r.sniLR.-ii.l
Tliey Cannot, Neer Coii'.d, Never Will,
lloneist Dwaling nuJ ITair Prices.
ARC LEASING rtATURES AY OUR STORE.
Tile Hosk'jv art ill Tint -J tlx L.ans art Chained.
i- Com ana See for Yourself. '
SIPE BHOS., Sipesvliie Pa,
t'le action of tlie Fluladelphia couimtt
t v in r. fusiuz to po.tKne tiie July eon
ventioti as sUiTjresteil by lresidenf Fitx
perald. They say that the order U ikh
i.i. i. t iled in any way with the rienl
trasisly except tliat its nieniU'is a!. ho!
the crime and deplore the untimely eini
of the victim, and that the p-fct;ne-ment
of the convention, by cinveyin-j a
ditlercnt imjiression. niirht have work.-d
.'rent Lena to the cutLsc of Ireland.
THE HOSTLER'S STOrtY.
fH U.etooa it lor uranusl tliat Aosl-l
ruif wanted to ssjl his outtit pretty;
twdiy, Lut at unit time, ox course, aid
iiot knov rinyliiins a' out the munler.
Wisylnilf then drove away and wv
never seen aain by fv.ule. as t!u latter
left for i.'UK.Ici two davs later. In
quiries made hhowr that Soule did leavt
Cidcao at tiiat titn; and his stat-nient
is considered correct.
Kxrrrimee tvliu WotMlntlT on
Mi.rnlus After Cronin' Murder.
Omaha, Neb., June L (irorji S.ule
a bo-tl. r, nov in the employ of t harhi
; ntor. on 1 avens)rt street, t tlked ol
the Crv.niii tntmh-r to a rep.rt r. Hi
was employed in Jim Cumitihigs' barn,
at 14'.' Madison strict, Chu aso, prior tc
bis coiniui; to Omaha. He was working
there on the niht th:;t Cri.iiin was mur
len"l a:i'l states that alnuit 2 o'clock ir
the inoruin. or sometime after mid
niirht. o"slruli drove up to the oarr
with the famous white horse that has
Us-n written so much alx.ut and u sup-po-isl
to have drawn the ritr w hich car
r.isl In .mil to his death. Woodrutf said
he wnnttsl to leave the l.orse tliere ovel
ntl.t :.i.d would call for it in the niorn
iiiir. Niule did not pet up at the time,
but tlie next i,ioruinjr fottn.l the white
Ik re in his sts-tion. He cIokiksI him o!f.
fed nni waleii 1 liim. and Woislruil
called at out conn.
"Is tii;:t horse all right'" a.ked WoikI
raiT. as he appr.iacliexl tSottl .
"I don't s.e anvthini; wrong with
him," tvpHe-l soi ls'.
ViVli. if any one ha 1 olf.-n-l tni -S 10
for the outfit List niht he couli have
had it. 1 had a iull of a lime w .th the
U'CSar. In fact. I U lie ve I would sell
hiiu pretty cheap this niomin."
WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE-
Fneannictug Outlook In Many I; ranches o.
New Yoi:8. Jnne 1. !i- O. Ihin
Co.'s w.s kly review of trade says: Tlu
week lias bis-n interrupted by a holiilaj
and a snap of unseasonable weathei
with a killing frost in some -localities.
While' fruit has been injured somewhat
extensively there is no evidence as yet
that the ihiniae to the greater crops hat
I .eon appreeialde, and it seems to hav
U-en coiitinisi to lauTow limits. Rail
has brojlit more hopeful prospects a.
to cotton in somo Muichern sections
though oats in A lahauia appear to have
len generally injure.! by drought. Or
the whole the crop prospects continues
unusually good -no the markets an
rapidly adjusting themselves to th
as-siiranee of ample supplies.
HiLiiie.ss here his Iss'n somewhat in
terrupted by the holiday monetary un
Certainties ami Cue heavy auction sales
but at ail pointi reporting continuis.
large in yoiutue. and the cliaring
throu.di the banks slsow an in.-reaso ol
alsiiil 12 pT cent, over la.-t yearoutsid.
of New York. " t tr.
Money Market Quirt,
Lighter exports are to lie expected foi
the next mouth. There Is no apprehen
sion of early ilistur'oanee in the money
iiiark-t, but the bank surplus, if ma
terially weakened during the next six
weeks by gold exsirts. may not bt
stn.mg enough to prevent serious pi-es
sure in tae fall. Money at inter i.i
points Ls almost everywhere in aiuph
supply, Cleveland being the only cirv
w here anv disgree of closeness is notel.
No change i i s.vn in cotton and sabs
have Uen large for the season. About
10 jkt cent, more than last year's pricet
is aske.1 lor Michigan wool, out the trad,
is still i hi-ck.sl bv indisimsition of inanu-
factutira to iv any advance. Th
treustirv decision on the worsted iusi
tion, h m-ever, is regardisl by many a?
an' insurance of a more aitive demand
for wo 1.
ITie animal auctions of flannels an
believed to ha veestahlished a s,U.sf,ictory
lLsis for this year's production and trad
ing, and an improved tone in the dry
goods market Ls pen.-eptiUe. The jobbiuy
t.a.le continues fair tor the season, am:
the new business in dress goods am:
ho-iery Li of fair proportions.
Hull Iron Market.
In the iron and steel truth's no changt
of oii:'U..nce Li observisl, thougL
I'ittslmrg r.'i-orts a vcrv dull market foi
pig. with lower pric-s for some bnui'b
nnd a fair demand for niauufacture.1
iron and st.s-1 ut former pri-i"s. The im
pression prevails ut Philadelphia tiiat
isi.totii prices have U-en reached, and
st.-l rail piohu'ers are encouraged by
sail's ol sn.uoo tons or m.M-e during tin
we. k to belie vu that the turning sinl
has Is-eu reached, though as Vet iuota-
tio:io ;uo un. hanged. In oilier branches
of business the outlook is encouraging.
Failures during the la.t seven .lavs
numUrisI for the Cnite.1 Mates 2sl, foi
( anada la: toLil -I"). comKirtsl w ith
Iast w.s k. For the oomssndiiig week
of latt vear the figures were 1 so m tin
Ln-ted SMttts ami 19 in Canada.
w York Mouey Market.
tw Yoa c. Jnne L
Money rliwt nt jst cent., the loglu-st
mle: t-.e l..isl, r iir rent.
I x.-h..ll je eiiwsl stemly; p.te1 ritev Sl.SS.f
4.s".e .; s'-IMal rares, Sl.s. .-i l.si-i lor sixty day
&nu M.s:"U.W fur il.-ai ..-el.
.ej.ern.neal KihhIs clos.sl rtrm: rilrreiM-v ft
1. 1 hut; ts couiiun, I.i. bnl; ljs du, I.IIVL
.'aeiri,. railnKvl h'.n'ls r'.ite.l follows
Ctiiun (lrr-s l.l.i to l.llr. itn land K.-.v.ls, 1..I.
I...1; On sinking mods. 1.1. httl; teutrmls
1.1a to 1 U.
Don't Fail To See
WHITELY'S NEW IMPROVED
Champion Mower and Binder,
Oa ths Stmt Etry Day This Wwk Alt
The Champion Hay Rake.
ALL GUARANTEED THE
BEST ON EARTH!
AND AGAINST ANY OTHERS MA ML
Before you leave town be sure anj go to
And examine hi slock of
HARDWARE, BUGGIES, HARNESS, AC,
You will nnd It na
MAIN CROSS STREET,
ON THE WAV TO THE COURT MOUSC,
GET THE BEST!
PRICES DEFY COMPETITION !
Special PrrperHtlnn Tar Thlt
RES T COSFE C TIOSER IES,
REST SOFT DRIXh'S,
R ES T SA XD II I CUES,
REST PIES and CAKES,
REST OF EVERYTHING,
A T TIIE
CnicAoa, Jtwe L
AVIiE AT-CltKnl ltvcr fr June nml July.
r'li" n 'ItoN?- Wt-re 'htll nil frvitnrp1-
and 'Jitf-A-ii w it bout iniirtant chntie U
rnTriarno, June L
A Pi 'I.KS Fanry, !.iVi:t.M y barrel: cholr.
lU'TL'h.h i rfiinn-i . f,rrv breeds ut Kl-
f in. l!i'J"t ; thi(. dtt. 17.. In-; chury p:wlc.L
k.rl'H ; f.iiiry riU, 1-tj-IV; good ruilS, LSjilk.-:
CHKri.-'h .-jt flto rnll cream. 9c; npw
Ki.fiSt- rrr-sh. IH'-Mr per dozen in rase
H.tM'K-Firr wmtrr j-at-nt, ?T-VtA0.
snrm imTrir, ;.. -li:; laurv ir.itr;ii van-
Wr, -t rtru- winter, m.Vrtc.;:: X.W"
lt.tl.t-r-, -4Ji".: extra f.iuiily. S4.Ht(4.iV,
l.-i:titn, 4.0.-; cxira, .b'-i; re rtour,
ha.AT-N. 2 red, 90.tr; Xa $ rjd,45
W-: No. 3 rvd, V(k
HAVTiin'iiliv. rhukt, $r.3"vr' 1 0 per ton:
Sn. I, (14.;.V'U.ti; N'- i fl3.:-"Uai; N-a. l
njiland r:iirt. Jll.t'' ll-lil; No 2 fiwlin prat
rid. S.tt-v. No. ; (nu'ino, i7.n;i
lnw vn tut- a;T.n, l.ut'MI.
)AI-.Na 2 Mte, ;C2r:EL..r: extra 'n, 3
whil'. 'M'-i'll'-ti-: N. 3 bile, urml
vti, y"2v. nrtonliTti; tit quality.
i'itl ATuK- Imuitt. , Hf anl HnHKink-A,
'X' f rt.in -t.ire:ni tru.kt S.'V;11''; new mhiUktr
5i "m -"t.ni ht mimi
Mri.'n;v-":'i i-iik-kpn. rv.- v pain
T'rm-i flifKrw. ."rj i-r y air: ivtt duck,7
.f.Mfc- r H-.ir, ilr-rfi inirk-n's t U-j.!'-;
tfirkt. iJ FiiMlrw-n, ljJih drutvu, lti
ly-: flitrkr. l.V.Ii-; jo-i-we. U'llHi.
VK'iK'fAl-tl.KS Y. It.-. Kntm stor': raimp.
!artj. craV, .;.(; rn.ii!l vr:t, !.7.''. ;
t- iimUrs t Cuwa. ''' fn-; n:r bts,
Sl.-i) .' 1.7"; hjinN, Jltt.rint; io'u.it-m4, tn-n
hull's tcr lox; imitt Hrjniuls $1.1-Vr
!.-' it Ui3c; stm bTT!, JV r Sc i t quart;
jmtiit.n-A, ll4-nntil.v. $7.tn 7JJ jwr ttl rwl-
Nevr York frotiuc Kxr)tanv.
New VitHK. June L
FLOtR-"Id Unl! and en.-ier.
M tiAK -Kaw quiet but ntrmir tnlr rrfin
fn or: rt-hnr'I dull: cut fcf anl criihtil.
t'-; tube aiiJ iuflVrcd, V"i tfrnwl;tl.
BlTTFIR-n' tivc: fiiate creamery, ITI'Sc:
w-t-rn b, L-'V
HKKSK -A -nvr an4 firm mt ff
stfT f.i-tory, full rn-miiorv fancy.
K'ifi-i Kh.-: frtU eeni hrst-v H'tU'c;
Cfcfi.t'Iian. Hi 4T if, wrMern dct. ri'-u ti1!.
i.H r LK Mewb; lair Kki,
IUx'.j Foi.nu TiMlcr m TrMt 1.
Zanksvillk, O., June 1. Th boly of
3Lircu Hart man of Philadelphia, hrfi ol
a Cotu nhiij. U., ctttthiiT, wa.- fount! thi
' inormni? umUr the C. & M. V. tretlr a!
KIlis Htutidii from mtiH'b he had cittur
1 juiuitvd r falU'ii a tlistnnee of twentr-
tive.ft.-ot. HLs inintl bail Ut'it failing j
ami he caj;ie to Olno for ivcrvation. His j
! un !u r-in hw, Mrs. - Wolf, and hbff
j tlautiitor hai y at arrived here from;
' linltiuiore onauit wnea tue temhle
news reached th to.
Frcnli Green Caroeerlea Every
51 or ni uk.
53 3 3 28
t a0 00a e
rrrWFyW w w e
CAN'T BEAT US!
Our name liaa been a household
word throughout Somerset county
for three jrenerations and it has al
ways been the recognized head of
the Hry Goods Trade.
And will continue to lead, where
merit ia rewarded and confidence is
Our bii?ine--3 has outgrown it's
quarters and wc will have a
added to 'our already largo store
room inside of sixty davs.
AVe arc constantly making
in sonic particular line for the ben
efit of our customers.
Call and see ns dining the week,
A BARGAIN FOB YOU I
Parker & Parker.