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VOL. VI.-NO. 158.
BHEKAiTDOAH, PA., FJRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1891.
THE STJEEST EOAD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING-!
AoooRDiue to th tthlnjjton carres
pondeut of tbo Pittsburg Commercial
Gazette, Senator Quay will uot be r.
candidate fori-e-election na chtlraian of
tha Republican NaUonal committee. It
-would surety b e, mlttako to allow Hr.
Quay to step tsXCc, but to a mnlter of
feet no oca can blame hltn If be should
insist upon retiring to tbe ranks. Ho
baa been tbtisai and vllliflcd but fevr
men have bc-a and tbe strangest part
of tbo matter h co-called Republican
leaders hare boon In tbo background
urging on tbo mud-3liniig and light
ing him openly or aecretly to the bait
of then ability. The senator iron a
great battle In 1880 e, victor? largely
due to bla courage, his rerslgtesoy anil
hlo generalship, he can thereforo well
afford to retire and rest upon hit
laurel?. But while he oan s,2ord to re
tire, the question which la uppermost
in tho minds of many Republican Is:
"Can tho Republican party of tho
Nation afford to let him retire?" He is
their -bleat and most eucrgetlo leader
Mid it looks like c big mistake to let
him step down end out; not but what
there whether good men and true
which would uuqueatlou&bly bring to
the place skill end sagacity. As r mut
ter of fact 2atthei7 Stanley Quays are
scarce cud when one is found he
nhould be retained in ohlef command
bo long on bo can be Induced to serve.
This would bo the source of wisdom
and tho re?elat!ono of the future will
sustain our judgment.
Tho Grand Jury yesterday heard ovi-
dencc la the case of Jfartin 0. Hoffman, of
Pottsville, superintendent of tbo United
Statea Industrial Insurance Company, und
L. J. Brennan, of town, Hoffman's assist
ant, who wore charged with frud by E.
G. Maytun, genera! superintendent of the
Poltavillo Assessment Lifo Insurance
Company. Tbe csto was Iguorsd and the
costs were put on the complainant.
Best doraet shirt in town,
Famous" clothing house, 10c.
pants from 76c. up.
Buy Keytlone flour. Be careful that the
name Lxssio & Co., Ashland, Pa., is
Iprlntod on every tack.
Waters' Weiss beer is the best.
Roilly sole agent.
OrBIsTTS per yd for the
Mt TABLE iwuna,
'.Sold In othor stores for 33c All floor
Oilcloths reduoad. oil for barf ins
C. D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Slow, 10 Soalh Jirdin SL, near Centre I
OUR FINE QUALITY
LTJ1STOH MILK BISCUIT,
3 pounds for SSc,
Are guaranteed equal to anything in the market at
TEN DIFFERENT K1JDS
oflrc8h Cakes Ginger Snaps and Jiiscutts, 3 lbs. for SSc
V, Fine California Prunes, two
Evaporated Peaches, 16c.
Canned Pears and Plums.
G-OZOnTGt OUT IB"iAST.
Canned Peo. and Com, 3 for SSc.
Jirench Sardines in oil, 2for5c.
OurJbine Old Java Coffee,
Our Thirty-Cent Roasted Coffee,
Our JBancy Creamery Butter,
Our Choice Dairy Putter,
OTTR CHIPPED BEEF and SUMMER SAUSAGE.
JVOIF 02V 'UlACK HERE,
Two Cnra Choice Quality Timothy liny baled
A NEW JERSET2" VILLAGE VIS
ITED BT A TORNADO.
MANY BUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN.
Boorea of Dotnsctlo Anlmr.ls Killed
by Trcrasadcua Hallatonoc Al
raost Every Houoo In the
Bi' Natimal Prttt Allocation.
iUEEsao, IT. J., Jriaa 18. A er&aaa
avnpi ovtar Sarrthirrne, a town a faw
xniWs frost ban, brarlsj crsst destrno-
tioa la it path.
A tk, fUBfitl-ahr.Fod oJvnC appeased
en tfct northeastern a orison and rapidly
aytftrcnt&td the litUa hamlet. At tho
(Mat Hso a heavy Maok clocd, iron
laWsh tie llghivlng atirt and dartsd la
Vird streaks, approaehed from tho
rovtiiwKt. The two cicada mat dhtctly
tnr Eawiha-se. Fr v for rueBBnts
tbat eainos eilsswe which prtootlss tbe
UtunMae of evefe n tUtra prvrajlad, Uic
daiteaict craw rad aou ahat laws like
ttfeM, whtl tU twitcd rflf1 craktd
in tltar bsaaa ia BvarSai draul.
Fa tfaa noasVaz ol tka wifid dtaotad
ihak the itsrn wtM npea tateaa. Am It
avpt rrt the jiIih.4 U -was aaaaiajaaiad
hj vtrid HslitalnF, heary tanadar and a
tria down pour ot rrvln ued liallatoaaa.
JiTrry houaa waa -riolantly thakan aad
almost all of them are -riadowlau to
day. Tntu trera uprosUd and thoi wlrtch
wltKocd th tciy ot tha st-orra wax
ntaifipad ef their tollsga. Bird aad
poultry wora illUd ontrijrht, Oao traa
wu tntlraly atrtpptd of bark by the fall
ing rllata of ler. Far a tiia tha air
iraa &lld with lnmVer, trcs and dabrla
of all AtMrfpUose, aad arory aaeoad
oecsiad ts bring the destrustiaii of the
iewn nasrar and nearer.
VTstan tho rtonn bud apeat its fnrynct
aa evthoara In Hawthorne waa laft
etandfaajc Tha taajodty wore torn from
Uir futoala; and carrisd hundreds
ot fott m-Ay. Tho houaa owaad by Jtr
thar Savins, r.ad beenyiad by hit (umIIt,
was uwreofeJ, and the large ahaats ef tin
runt Wary Joista wra dapeiitad In is
snasiF nere than 090 fori r.way. Ths
inmatua Were uot ataismalr hiut.
A largo born owe ad by Sarinr woji cat
in twala nnd onc-l.alf woa tuntad half
wiy trauad. Hanrx OoVa-itr'a barn
wu lcralad to tha cronJid and aaTaral
btAd of cattle klllad. A peaeh orchard
ceirtrtBg six acres and ormad by Hlohard
Warren, a New York or-ttca siarekass,
frm aaUrely destroyed u war all tha
croju in the path of th cyclcae a quar
ter of a rails la width. Sidetracks he
lousiac to tha Gasnehanaa Ballroad
mot washed oct by tha hoary rata wtioh
tollowed. tho hall.
A larg anmbtr of animal wro killed
by tax litrhtnlntf. The cyelreaa eatrua to
Lnre formad direetly over thahnsalai and
to hare rpvat its tall fciroe ekaa-a. Its
pati is plainly marked by tbofcilan trsta
uid the nprooteaaarnoa auu croja waion
ptrri? the ground. No eetimota U3 ha
tuade of tha damage but it will undoubt
edly araotat to thousands of dollars.
LABOR AT THE FAIR.
Chless KxaCn Uuiwu Acpoal to SrvzSr
cmauro, jnna 10. iae j.-iat coev
cl tbn tawlta unlims nt thin
lbs. or SSo.
lu.TS dudflvC " aonff a laMai to 1'th&.
cet Haarlaoa aakditc t..t la all rlh
deoa Uf tiia Svr&! .nuvarBjaaeat la a
lMOt&ea with lha fTmld'a Fair the eight
hoar day ha vnaasrJjxi, all disputes act-
tied by SLvlt.Hat ivad act Uts taaa taa
xeeapiiaad nlalmaju ialca t wages tot
t.a rwtaos trade sarctpaiaad la this city
Aaa-tccr ltar baa baea CMicraa aeat to
(kncal Qasupara, preaidost t tha Vedar
sUou vt Labwr, o&ki aim not to tabo
any artioa a n reo.uct Iran ta lishoc
OtgBecs fcraneh ct tha World's Fair
prj.Ulry for Aaslttiuiea la arcaaifilkc a
Warid's Tali Labor Caaerao a&til the
acmulHaa aan furulah bin a rapart cX
httx'a aaaneotaof ol t&nsta with tso lai
cal Mnratwy in Wtal! vt a ol&iaautB
A einular Iiaj mcb ismtea to tie work-
iigK.cn o America nnd Europe, wnralnK
tkaia st t to come to Chicago la tha az
peoMttiea of g.Uluc plenty of work and
Lijrlitf wagas In oannfctioa with eon
straUon ( World's Fadr balldli . It
points out that'tkat the halldlaja are all
to Va oonat.vaUd wlthla IS stoatha, ajid
thnt ways are liktly to be lower, lttiwl
of hlghar, beoauta of tha surplcs labor el
Wxssuyaroir, Jro-.r 19. Asalstaat Ceera-
iary Kattlaten has directed tla re'.ura to
llesraa, KaTaila, ol Jona Jtranaa, a pauper
Immigrant, who axriT.d iu thla conntry
on the aUamar Eider Jan. IS, 1891. It is
show that Brarac was not apprehended
on his antral, hut made his way to Mil
waukee, Wis., where he beer me a public
charge. It Is further bhawn, that lirnme
was a pnbllo charge is tho city ot Itf Rn
for fira yeara prior to bla departure frr
thla ceentry, and that hia paisaea was
paid by the local authorities of 3snn.
Pp.rtld Cablaat Htlnf.
Wabshkotob, June 19. A spsciil meel
hxx of the Cabinet will be held next Fri
day. Financial matters, it is understood,
will cnceice the attention ot tho Cabinet
meeting; amoog otiura tha continued
-:n"ie of sllrer bullion, tha final (lis
poffit -in of tha caehiion of extending the
4 1-2 "T cent, bonds and tho chtnge in
the asset nil liability ctataniont lrauod
by the Trsa-ury Department dally aud
II. Killed Bla Mother.
Conors, N. T., June 19. Arthur Couch,
jr., charged with bavins; caused his
mother's death, floaded guilty "'id said
be came home intoxloated and J artfled
wi.h her. She struck him, and .e punn
ed kcr oxer and then kicked he .
l'rof. Cl5 Qoai to Anhent.
Aesxzst, Mass., June I). Prof. Gt-n.
D. Olds, for Severn yea i professor la
matltiaatlca at tha Uuiverslty ot Roches
ter, has accepted a similar posltioa at
Kx-4kBatov 2XcX)oBali5 Streamer
Iroujjtarous, Jnsa 19. The condition
ot ez-5enator McDonald is somewhat
ImproTad. He is a little stronger and
able to taka soma Dourisbment.
NEWS OF THH DAY.
Secratary Proctor'has gobs to Vermont
for a week or ten days.
port, Conn., for tha murder of Ccostabls
Uai.en. Bebofleld and Miss Georsla
TTT T ( 1 . I 1 . t. 1 V-
T . A.iioournp hot uaurnou as iwaoa.ua,
Charles Ttifllatoa, a weulthy fanner,
was cored to deatu by a riotous oral on
bis farm at Wlnstead, Oosn.
who attempted to murder bis wife and
thta shot hlmsalt, died last eraolae.
(tor. Hill has appointed Frank T. Uy
sclis of fiaftalo, if. T, Superintendent
f Ouetruatlon of tia Waatysta Zloaat
Bafasa tor Woman.
It la estimated t&at Uis boy erop ct
Jaw England will bo 20 to S3 per seat,
bain? tha tiwi(i. The nog pieasUts to
V 9t a (spatter (jixallty.
Qarener Fattltsn has ratosd tha Cora
pulnory Education bill, passed Just pra
rleus to tha adjournment the lat
Tha heary pension and other drafts
drawn upon tha Treasury at Washington
within tbe past few days, baa reduced
the nat surplus to $1,255,9)3.
W. II. Brooks has been Appointed
Collector ot Internal Kerenue tor tha
First District ot PennsylTsnta (Pnllf
dalphla) vlco David Martin, resigned.
Uaehilsn Brockeuhoff, a fnrm laborer,
was found dead In his cell at tha county
i ail In Rochester, N. Y., yesterday, lie bad
angod himself with a handkerchief. Us
Was orreitod for drunkneaa.
The start from Boston of tire trans,
atlantlo dory race between Captains
W. A Androwa and W. J. Lawler tor a
sllrer oup and $5,000, has been pottpouid
until next Sunday on account ot nufaror
A party of eleven persons belonging to
Hiawatha, Ont., went sailing In a small
yacht on Rico Lake during the evening.
A sudden squall capsized the cratt and
John Foots, bis lO-year-old daughter aud
three-yenr-old baby were drowned.
Tbe power station of the Seashore
Electric Street Railway, at Asbury Park,
N. J., was destroyed byf fire at 8 a in.
Loss, 450,000. A loan bad just been
negotiated In New York city, whera tbe
stock of tbe road is owned, to Improve
To-morrow will bo tho latt day on which
tbe ieople of this section of the country
will have to witness the performance given
by i'awnee Bill's Wild West Show. The
1'. & It. H It. trains will leave town tit
12:86 and 2:00 p. m. and, returning, arrive
here at 8 p. m- lit member that to-mrrow
will positively be IU last day of the ureal
DRIFTINGS CAUGHT BY THOSE
"WITH OPEN BARS.
WHAT..PEOPLB THINK AND SAY.
Tho LlBtonor'a Notco of Ourront
Comment Interestingly Ool
vtmnized Ksttdablo and
Hare you been te Labesldo ?
Kilraiu's defeat and Lakeside's success
are the leading local topics,
It is verrrally believed that the 'enia'e
base ball player3 will win the game to-day.
Tho members of the homo club are too
gallant to scoop thorn in.
Th, boy who stole Dr. Rtein's horse
yesterday will stand a poor sho should he
ever fall sick and call upon tho doctor.
The town is workod hard by lottery
agents. Their schemes to evade the law
ire nfany. There is going to be a big sen
sation hero in a very short time and it will
all bo al out the lottery. Every day tho
orpress companies hike away piles of
money for tho lottery companies. Of
course, they a not to blame. Whan a
man oomes in with a packago addressed to
a party in New Orleans they aro not sup
posed to ask questions. It isn't thoir place.
Owen Sweeney, brakraan, had his spine
so injured in nn accident, so called, that ho
will bo a cripple for lite. He got a vordict
nstalnst a Now York railroad company for
JIOOOO, from which the compmy appealed
and which it got set aside. On a second
trial he gets c verdict lor t27,500. 01
course, ho will never get the whole of thia
money, but that result is part of a question
tuHt stands quite aside from the rinciplo
tha. afferds a measure of damages in cases
of crippling. Uad the J 10,000 verdict been
osid, we may suppose Sweeney to receive
J8,000of it, a tupposition favorablo to him
This sum should havo produced him nn
an average Income of fj-KXJ a year, or (30
par month, during the shortened term of
his life and have remained intact for hl
dependents. The greater verdict, f7,600,
If paid, might give him say J20.000, pro
ducing an income as above of ?75 per
month and remaining int&ct at bis disease
for his dependents. So far ss tha damages
represent a cash valuation nothing more
than earnings and savings lost, this sum
may bo more lhau the probbble equivalent;
but It Is dinlcultto see on wbat ground tbe
former verdict was resisted as excessive.
The lact that payment of that earlier
moderate compensation was resisted may
havo influenced the second jury in mixing
suiue mustitrd in the second plaster they
spread for tbe company's back. Human
nature is built that way.
The letter appended beluw I. offdred as
an in.t&nce of tbe ingenuities of which a
person who has a genius fur misspelling is
capable. Tbo spelling reformers might
l m a heap by studying it :
Mr I lleseved your letter thalr is
mc nibH Colts bear 1 think that you Cood
gel Sum nise wont bear you Can Kite and
let wo know wbeu you air Coming and i
will Beat homo and Drive you around tot
see them I have a very nlso won my Selfe
out of a Doctor raair four years six
teen hands I havo a-nothor nise won five
year eld Byorng Boy Dam Uidrllia I have
hureote.'d for tho rase too Bo Ban. too
moro in l'ottstown thalr Is Som Colts of
hers heir Sixteen won I Itemane Your
Ringtown, May 80
A New Buslnoss.
1'. J. Cleary has opened a store in tho
Ferguson's building, on Kost Centre street,
and Is prepared to furnish tbo local trade
with fine leather and shoo findings and all
kinds of sboeufakor's supplies, ills stock is
a large one and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of the trade. 6-15-tf
The largest stock of wall paper and
window shades ever waived in this town,
r county, flood selection, at F. J, Vortz's
uiok und stationery store. 3-JO-tl'
Exoollont Attendanco Notwith
standing tho Weather.
The weather yesterday was anything bu'
favorablo for an excursion, picnic and
open-air exhibition, but it bad no edi ct
Tbe excursion of Washington Camp,
No. 206, P. O. S. of A., was a splendid
success, being patronised by live hundred
people. Tho attendance was not limited to
these excursionists, however, and hsd the
weather beon favorable there would haTe
been several thousand people at the park
To-morrow will be the big dsy of tho
week and thoro will be a rousing attend
ance to witnoie I'awaeo Bill's final exhi
bition. Tho dancing pavilion was opened for the
first time yesterday and it was crowded a'1
day by merry dancers. A good buiiiet
was also done on the lakes and "Jim
Suiith'6 shooting gllery coined money.
Pawnee Bill's performance was of the
usual excellent order and the grand statid
was packed with delighted spectators. Col.
Ed. Gibbons stood at tho entrance to the
exhibition grounds during the afternoon
and announced the features of the show In
his usual grandiloquent style, Tawie
Bill and bis Indiana gazed upon the gal
lant Colonel in wonderment and It wi 1
uot be surprising to see the spokesman an
attacho of tbe show before long.
To-morrow will be r7ie day of the week
and Lansford, Summit Hill, Schuylkill
Valley, Delano, Uazleton, Audenried,
Lofty, Jeanoaville and other places will
send largo delegations to the grounds.
There will be a programme of extra attrac
tions. WILD WERT VrniSPEEO.
Slay Lillie, whos? maiden name was
Manning, is ti second couin to the late
Daniel Manning, who was secretary of tho
Trea-ury in President Cleveland's Cabinet
Mr. Sheppard, Pawnoo Bill's advance
agent, is nn old showman, who traveled
with tha Colo and othor big concerns at
various times. He says that in an altack
on the Cole show at Syracuse, N. Y., ho
shot and killed a man who persisted in
culling tho harnes of tho horses pulling
me lion cage. He was sentenced to 18
years, but got n second trial and w ac
quitted. Ho says he is a brother of Patsy
Sheppard, tho well knownjpatron of sports,
pugilist nnd trainer of prize-fighters.
Mr, Uoflman, the press agent for Pawnee
Bill, Is a genial and courteous gentleman,
who looks after tho interests of tho show
with a vigilant eye. Mr. Hoffman makes
all the railroad contracts and looks after
other important business for the concorn.
Ho is also an actor of considerable ex
perience, and nt various limes appeared in
Ferguson's thoatro with Iheatncal com
panies He Is an old friend of Manaeor
Ferguson. In Mr. Hoffman, Pawneo Bill
has a man in whom ho can havo tho utmost
confidence for reliability nnd shrewd busi
no e management.
THE COAL MAGNATES.
A Brief Vialt to Town Mado To
One hundred a..d thirty-throe members
of tbe Philadelphia Co.il Exchangd vUitwi
town this afternoon, but remained hero les
than one hour. The party left Philadel
phia yesterday morning and traveled to
Wilkos-B.irro, making brief stops at Potls-
villo, Morea and Uazleton. This morning
at 8 o'clock, a start was made from Wilkes-
Barre. Quakako Junction, Mahanoy City
and Mahanoy Plane were visited and th.
train arrived bereat 1:35 p. m. At 2:20 the
party laft for Sunbury and Harrisburg.
To-morrow Gettysburg will be visited and
tbe party will end tbe excursion at Phil
adeladelphia to-morrow night.
Hlo Eyo Bight Was Poor.
The following loiter, the name of tho
author of which is withheld by request.
was received by Queen & Co., the well-
known firm of opticians, 924 Cheelnul
streot, Philadelphia: "My eyes continue
to cause mo no t.-oublo whatever. I used
them almost constantly for reading aud
writing. Until you fitted rao with mv
present pair of spectacles, I did not think
I would evor nod rellnl. 1 tbiuk y. u
bare the 'know bow' in this bueines and
you can always refer any one to me, and 1
will take great pleaure in reoommending
Queen's Specialist on tbe eye will bo at
tho Ferguson Hotel to-morrow. Persons
who think their oyos are not up to tho par,
should call upon him. Ho does not chargo
for examination, and Queeu & Co. guaran
tees every pair of glasses ordered to be
I. O. O. F. Basket Plonlo.
To-morrow Shenandoah Valley En
campment, No. 268, 1. 0. O. F., will cole-
brato Its anniversary by holding a basket
picnic in the grovo near ltingtown. There
will be aooommodfitlons for all who may
wish to go along. Carriages will bo fur
nished and tbe faro for the trip will be CO
cents. Will meet at Kcllly's Imll at 9 a.m.
and proceed from there to tbe valley.
Tlootnrs, lawyers, Carpenters, IlruggUts,
Knuine-rH. Mecliaiilea. It fliol we have rocooi
tnendfcilous (rum people lu all stations In
lur, ti-st fying to the wonderful pure that
Uuliihur Bluer, have eir ted. tteud for
leatli-onlMls. Uto auolber oeluuin,
!to make denial,
E.X-TRBASURER TO PBB
BBNT A STATEMENT.
HOW ALL THE MONEY WAS LOST?
Claim That Ho Did Not Tnko
Ono Dollar for Hla Own Ubo.
Ea Throws All tho Blame
on the Koyctono Bank.
tty National IYe Auociatien.
VrnjDunm- Juue IP. Ex-OItr
Trvnsnrer Itardriry i prciriag a de
fence which ha vrUl prft te the court
next Tnttday, when be eoinea up for sen
tence. He will stoutly deny any laUct1on.il
dlehoneaty. Ha will admit, ae he has
admitted in court, that ha violated tL
letter of tha law in two particulars!
first, by loaning the public money for
profit; Mcond. by depositing la the Key
stone Bask nad eleewharv eaoney beyond
the limit fired by the Utty Uoua il
This, ha will MMirt, was tha beglnalA t
and the and of his offending.
Kaw tha M awy VTas Lst
As to tha way the maey wxs lost,
BnrdaVey will throw the whole responsi
bility apes tha Saystoae Bask. Be trill
tnka the position that tha loss to the
public fnnda through bis transaction!) is
only $1,5,000, and thnt part of th.a la
Ha will say that he became awnre a
long time ago of the fact that the publlo
money wMoh he had dupoaltod Iu tho
Keystone Bank had been lost there. An
be had technically violated tbe law In
making the deposit be oould not say any
thing publicly about the matter. He
therefore took money from other funds
to meet tha payments coming due from
the funds which ho had lost. lUch pay
ment thus taken has been added to tbe
original loss until tho alleged total of
V,200,000 Is reached; but, aa a matter ot
fact, the actual low is only 4945,000 for
the original due bills nnd $100,000 lor
Why H. Bpnccl tr.
This othor matter name about from
hla efforts to recover himself when r.o
found that tha bank htwl twa'.lo,cd u;.
the $945,000, and is represented b tbo
$100,000 worth of Chicago atraat car
Btock, which was discovered the j'.l.av
day. He bought this stock with the pub
lic funds with the expectation that tut
rise in value woald enable him to raatara
soma of tha mining money and meat
soma of tha payments as they became
due. This expectation was realised lA
part. He also bad aoms reason to 'Ain'i
that part at least of the $945,000 vouid
be mode good to blm Irons other icurc.i.
He will admit also othor speculation
with tha ptfbllc funds tor a similar pur
poM), and mil declare from llrst to lass
he did not take one dollar for bla own
uae or profit.
A Double Traced.
Pimrtrrto, June 19, At Oakdaln late
last night a jealous negro named Saun
ders ahot at his rival, n man named Har
ris, and hit Harm' mother, blunders
then fired lour shots into Harris aud ea
caped. Both Ura. Harris and bar sea
are In a critical condition.
Teaches Will b. I'Unty.
MroDUrowK, Del., June 19. According
to reports presented at a meeting here ol
the Uaryiand and Delaware peach .row
era tha prospecta for a big crop ara bril
liant. It waa estimated that at least
0,053,000 baskets will ba produced.
Cmmoc.uint at Tale.
New Havew, Conn., June 19. At th
Tale commencement this year Nathi'.i
Qllekamaa ot Chippewa Fella, Wle., will
ba r.tledlrtorlan, and William T. Bartley
of Bridgeport, Conn., will ba tha saints
rirn.ll and Mrs. O'Bhea.
Loitoos, Juno 19. In an Interview
with a correspondent Mr. Parnell dented
that he would be married Boon to Mra.
O'Shsa, and evaded a reply as to ths
event evor taking place.
Auditor Doyle Re.lga..
Bujta.i.0, N. Y., June 10. William L.
Doyle, auditor ot tha We.taru New York
& Penneylrania Ballroad, has tendered
15 Gents a Pound,
Not of grade goods,
But First-class Stock.
No. 122 North Jardln Street