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YOL. VI.-KO. 163.
THE SUKEST EOAD TO
' To the Republican llieetors of Pennsylvania:
After consultation and correspondence with
the member) of the Republican mtate Committee,
tfand by their direction, I hereby give notice that
'I the Republican of Pennsylvania, by their duly
chosen representatives, will meet in iState Con
vtntlon at Ilarrtsburg, Wed esday, August 19,
AH9,at 10 o'clock A, M., for the purpose of plac
fing in nomination candidates for the offices of
tStale Treisurer and Auditor Oenerat, for the
f nomination of eighteen candidates for Delegates
I at'Lrtrgc to the Constitutional Convention pro
vtdcd for In the Act of Assembly approved June
19, 1891, and for the transaction of such other
business an may be presenteit.
Notice Is especially directed to the fact that, in
acrord'incc with the provision of the last men
Honed act, each Msnatortal district is entitled to
a representation of three delegates in said Con
stltuttonai Convention, two of whom only can be
members of the majority parly in said district.
The electors of each district arc therefore re
quested to make proper nominations for dele
gates to said convention, the rules governing the
nomination of candidates for 3 ate Senator to
Int'iis connection the Cliatrmnn desires to call
the attention of Republican voters to the recom
mendation of the Ulate Convention of 1882, that
"they allow the greatest freedom in the general
participation ii the primaries consistent with
the preservation of the party organisation,"
HMf. II AXDREWS, Chairman.
A LEAP FROM HISTORY.
The Harrisburg Call, iu referring to
Chnirman Andrews, asks the perti
nent question, "Why turn him down,"
mid thus proceeds to recite afew histori
cal facts for the Information of the
Mugwumplau newspapers which, at
the present time, are dreadfully
anxious to secure control of the Re
publican organization of the state, pre
sumedly to further their own selfish
enda. The Call says:
"Not many years ago, or to he more
definite, the very year when Field Mar
shal Cooper was chairman of tho Ito,
publican btate central con. mlttee, and
iu full and indisputable command of
.tho Republican forces operating in
a i-enusyivnnia, me iemocracy - carried.
II the stDt', elected Governor Pattieou b.v
over 40,000 majority, Chauncey Jllaoli
' lieutenant governor, J. Simpson Africa
secretary of internal ailalrs. There
was some tunc, alter mat memorable
wuterloo, of court-martialing the (iold
Marshall, it is true; but the dissatisfac
tion melted away, and the Napoleon of
I tWS tll0Se gloomy ('ftva t0 Jlepubllcanlsm in
being chosen for another term. Aud
the Judgmeul that gave him another
trial was not unwise. He reorganized
his defeated army, aud carried the
OEjCsTTS ier yd for tho
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,
Sold la other store ror 35c. AH floor
Olictultis rud no!, CUl for bargains
C D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jaiilin SI, near Centre
the old ni;i,iAiii.i;
.Allen's : Eoot : Beer j. Extract !
1 an. extract of medicinal roots and licrbs Jormnklny a.
plea.Hane.and Jiealthful-Siinuner Drink, JTt Is easy to
malt-, r quiirs nobolllnv or straining. One' bottle will
gvnaee six nations of Root Deer.
t -A. GOOD nxjia? CROP. ;
There Is every Indication of a Iwye crop of limit this
season. Buy your jars In time.
We hava a larne slock ot Mason's Siandnrtl filnan
Jars with Porcelain Lined 'lop.
picotcs nxrow lasr obdeb.
For I'le-nlc X,uucltes We Mayc .
X,cbrtnou Summer SaiiHaj;e-ChiiiiecI. ' 1 ' " ' ' 1
Clipped Dried Beef.
garcIliK's In Mustard and Oil. ' . i
Crosse & Illnclcwcll's Fluent Imported PIcUIch nnd Chow
Liiiicli Milk Illscults, 3 pounds for 25c.
Coifcc Itlscult nnd Nle lines, 3 pounds (orjzsc
Cream Soda niscult.
Xraucy Creamery Butter,
Convenient, Useful and Ornamental,
The Patent Flour Bin nnd .Sifter-t-svo Hlzca.'lioIdH as uud
50 pounds. Keeps your flour cienn and free from impuri
ties. Can ue sifted just as needed by simply turning a cranio
X lot ol Table Oilcloth, 1', yds.
stnto two years afterwards by a high
walcr-mark majority that has been
lngularly deceptive ever since. When
reaching for more terms, the aspirations
of Field Marshal Cooper was nipped in
tho bud, but not without his consent,
-for ho made wny for W. If. Andrews
conditionally. When Andrews be-.
camejcliAlnnau ho had tho contl
deuce of tho entlro Republican party
In the state. Ho led the hosU by
securing n hlgh-water-mark majority
for Treasurer Iioyer iu the oil" year. Iu
the next geucral engagement he lost
tlio head of tho state ticket by Del
imiter's defeat, butpulled two-thirds of
the ticket through by wholesome ma
jorities. Hud it not been for this assur
ing circumstances Pennsylvania would
now be in absolute control of the
Democracy. Surely Andrews was not
routed horse, foot aud dragoon, as ills
battle-scarred predecessor had heen.
A. glance at tho historical ledger, in
which results are coldly handled
according to their numerical value,
wholly outside and beyond any senti
ment in the case, should furnish mi ill
cient evideuco tojustify tho Republi
can party and its' rcpte-eutatlve in
moving cautiously in reeogulziug a
demand from certain quarters for turn
ing Chairrnau Andrews down. There
is no call from authentic quarters to
dismiss Andiews from hs thankless
trust. Not a word has fallen from
Field Marshal Andrews' Hps to war
rant the belief that he would care to
enjoy tho questionable emoluments of
his lesposlbllity longer. Rut there is
abundan. proof in exlplouce, if parti
sans will only halt to cousult iigures,
that he' is a hard hitting Republican,
deserving of that fair play, which is
practiced by all parties having a strict
regard for tho unwritten etiquetlo that
exists in a braise-worths manner
toward leaders' who have never proved
false to their charge."
Mr. Andrews is not a caudidato for
re-election, but in view of criticisms
referred" to by tlie CttliltlTfalr, at least,
to iuatitute comparisons between the
records of tho present chairman aud
hl& predecessor. The Call pen appears
to be a particularly sharp one, aud is
iu the hand of one who knows how to
' A Now BiiBlness.
P. J. Cloary has opouod a ttoro in th
Ferguson's building, on East Contro street,
ana is proparod to furnish the local tiado
with flno leather and shoo Anilines and all
kinds of shoemaker's supplies. Ills stock is
alhrfjoono and wll cquippod to fully
supply all demands of tho trade. 6-16-tf
ou can get an oxcollent frarno for noth
ing at Koagey's An Studio. Call at onco.
Buy Keystone flour. He careful that the
namo Lussia & Co., Ashland,' Pa., is
printed .-on every s'&pk. R-3-3taw
wltlt, at zoo a yard
SHENANDOAH, PA., THURSDAY, JTJjSTE 25,
TO-MORROW'S CABINET METT-
ING TO DISCUSS IT.
TREASURY OFFICIALS ARB BUSY.
A Decrease of $13,000,000 In Ous.
torn Revenues So Far ThlB Year.
Experimenting With Ballona
to Causo Rain.
Iiy Xatlmal Press Association.
Washington, Juno 85. Great interest
is felt iu official circles horo over tuo
Cabinet meeting called for to-morrow to
consider tho financial condition of the
it is on ine eve or a now llscal year
nnu the .treasury ofllcials nre busy pro.
paring data upon wldch tho President
and Cabinet may corns to some con
clusion ns to mopnlnc out a lino of
policy to bo pursued during the' fiscal
From books of the Treasury It is as
certained that tlio total receipts for tho
11 months of tho present fiscal year have
been $3G9,808,U07, and for the !24 days of
tho present month $1:3, -107,000, making
actual receipts so far $393,303,007. With
tho six remaining days to hear from tho
total receipts will foot up, in round num
The total appropriations for the fiscal
year commenclang July 1 ore $407,200,
851. Unless the revenues for the next
fiscal year inireaso considerably over tho
revenues of the present fiscal year all
these appropriations could not bo paid.
The present iitdlcations aro that tho
custom revenues will bo from $20,000,
000 to $25,000,000 less than tho present
fiscal year, tlio receipts for the first flvo
months of tho present cilendur yoar
showing a decrease ot $13,000,000.
RAIN TO ORDER.
llaltoom Inilite.l Willi Hydrofoil Qiis
ISxplnilril nt llleli Altltuilus.
Wasiiinoio.v, Juno 25. Some interest
ing experiments wero made near this city
during tho day in tho way-of carrying
out tho provisions of tho Agricultural
Appropriation bill to ascertain tho possl
Ultty ot prt-lucinn ruiu iu tho arid ro"
Bions. Professor Dyhrenfurth, nsspeclnl agent
of the Agricultural Department, exploded
Rt n high altitude Heveral balloons in
flated with hydrogen gas, Tho concus
sions were of great force, tho first bal
loon being exploded at a height of 600
The balloons wero hold by wires and
when they reached a certain height a
battery was applied, which fired fuses in
tho neck of tlio balloon and exploded
the gas. It is the first time that hydro
gen gas has ever been manufactured in
The object of tho experiments to-day
was to determine tho nvailohillty of tho
apprratus, both for manufacturing gas
and exploding it. Tho machinery is still
crude aud imperfect, hut its success Is
assured. Whether the purpose for which
it was designed that of cuslng rain
remains to bo demonstrated,
WATCHING THE APACHES.
Troops in 'iw JIpxIck i:xpi'cl un In, Hun
Wasiunotox, June 25. Dispatches just
received at tho War Department say that
roving bands of Apaches havo beeu seen
in several localities nlong tho Now Jfoxlco
Arizona border und on tho Black Kongo
in Southwestern Now Mexico. A general
uprising Is feared.
, Troops are out in' dliToront directions,
and aro constantly kept advjsod of their
movements. Captain A. S. D. Koyos and
Lieutenant Ij. J. Fleming, 'of Company
D., Tenth Ca vain, are In command of the
forces in tho Held, but'as yet they have
been unable to locate tho Apaches' strong
hold. A dispatch from Santa Fa says that
numerous signs have been seon this week,
nnd tho Hluck Hntvk militiamen,
who nra keeping a sharp lookout, saw
slgnol fires Wednesday night whloli tlity
supposed to bo iu tho Cuolilllo Mountains,
near Edward's camp, A Bmnll -detachment
of koldltrs, went to IfldwardVl camp
hut failed to Uud any Indians. A fi
can just in from Moutioello reports that
twoltty-flve Indians ha'va been sem in tha
San Muteo MuuuUlns.
A Tiivilon Asked fur ITarjier.
WAsniNGioN. June 3S. Another ap)ll
catloti has bn made to the President
for the pardon of ex-l'rosldejit llariwr,
the wrecker of the Cinotnnati Fidelity
II ink. Tho lust one Is in the shape of
letter from ids wife, Inclosing a petition
signed by nearly every prominent man
in Ohio. But in view of the lito affairs
iu Philadelphia it Is hardly likely any
bank presldeuta now in prison will ba
Twenty Years nt Hunt labor.
Nr.w Brunswick, Juno 25. Frank Cook
and John Walker, tho men who ussanlt
ed, robbod aud attempted to kill old John
Toms, of this city, last winter, and final
ly tied htm up in a room in tho country
residence of Mrs. Ivllpatrick ou Hamilton
street, just over tho line iu Somerset
County, wero disposed or uy Jtulgo liar
lino at Somervllle, He sontenoed each of
them to 20 years at hard labor in tho
To-nnirr,w afti-inuon from 2 to 0 o'clock.
the ltoyal Museum of Aiulomv will be
01 en f -r lad.i-s only nnd h very in cii tiii, t
larture will bo lii-li Tha admit-nn 1-
ohly 10 cents.
AJveuliu in lbs 11k raid.
ENGLAND MUST SIGN.
uonn.iiiv nml Italy Wmit n Jllndln
AKl femont In Cne of War.
JiEnus, Juno 25. Tho visit of th
tfalui. ,n 1 ...in .
v.. jmiuiitiiii win ue inane tiim nn,
oaslon for n ,li tlnlto understanding as to
I?"1110"' between Great Ilritnln and
ui" injne Al.lnnce.
The Kaiser has Imd several personal in
terviews huh sir Eilward Malot, mid is
nam id ue anxious to Hind KiiKlanil to an
agreement 1u.1t would have the force, if
w. w.i- iu, i,,, ui ireary oiiiiiiiiiimi.
iiaiy is also mscouteiiti'd with tha
fiuniieit pionuses of support Iiy tho
Jiruisii neet In tlio event of a naval
demonstration by Franca against Italy.
It is not doubted In circles usually oll
iiiiurmi'ii mat ixinl Salisbury lias sub
nutuuunr iiromiscu to side with tlio
irijiie Alliance in tlio event of a united
uluick. upon tlio members of tho Alliance
by Russia or Franco. But tho Gorman
nnd Italian governments aro not at nil
satisfied s to how long Lord Silisbury
ut 11. jiiniuon 10 carry out Ills in
iormai oiiKagemonts which might ba
rcpuuiatcu uy a succeeding ndmlnistra.
tlon. ifenco tho ilesiro for a binding
n.nu 141? menu
FOUND A DYNAMITE BOMB.
" '.ipumiii Uliil,. Urine IIiuull.Ml uy si
ISevt Ukdkoiio, Mass., Juno 25. On
Memorial Day Anarchists iu this cltr
neiu a joiuilcation at a farm of a linlin.
mian named JIastallo, who lives at the
extromo north end of the city, on whloh
urciuuuii uonn .uost, now serving a sen
tnnco in Now York State. in ni
Yesterday when tho family of Mastalla
proceeded to clean the rooms which had
been occupied by the visitors, nn 8-year-
u,u "nil" in nit mntcn safo an arti
cle which afterward proved to bo n dv-
1nn.tln 1 I. T. . . . . .L
..utiiiiu uuiiii,. ir was snowir" to Ills 1
yoar-om sister Uy tlio lad, and while sho
was cxnminlng Its structure It exploded,
tearing tho lleshof tho girl's loft hand so
badly that, it will bo necessary to ampu-
lum 1.11U unus OL ail Llia tnnr i,,j,u ,,,,,1
ine nny was knocked sensnln n.?
another daughter who was standing closo
j nnu me nusu oi ono liana badly lacer
ated. liiNuim nt Sea.
1-ONDOX. Juno Hi. A mnr,
Meyer, said to havo been n resident of
Chicago, a passenger on tho steamer
Majestic, of tlio White Star T.lim tn.t
S.. viiewtllMJTm, lrcnmo-li,miBtoil
iiiursilay last and diel at sea. Tho body
ii uu tukuu 10 Liverpool.
A Tlilot Talc i-ii llonif.
New YoitK. June 05. .1. Ari.h
Known on tho stngo as "Jnok Arthur,"
charged with tho tlieft of f 1,000 froiu
iiumptirey as amytlie, stationers of Col
umbus, Ohio, was turned over1 to Doteo
tivo Bergen of Columbus.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Tho Iowa Demociatlo Stnto Convention
reuominntoa Gov. Bolso.
Tho omnibus strike at llordoaux has ro
suited In u victory for the drivers and
Twenty-nino students wero graduated
from the Bowdoln College medlc.il school
at Brunswick, Me.
.n.1, me commencement exercises nt
Smith College, Northampton", Mass., tho
ni.an.-D ui ii. ii. was cpniorreil upqn 70
young lady graduates.
The schooner B. F. Fnbens, ashore at
i,ewes, vol., sinco .llarch last, was lloated
off by tlio wreckers last night and towed
to Philadelphia for repairs early this
Kx-Empress Eugenie, accompanied by
i rmceas ieiiun, yetioruay, lett i'lris for
England. Boforo, departing the px Em
pross had nu artucti'nir Interview with .
Quceu Isabella ot Spain'.
The Occldoutal Club of Sun Francisco
has matched tho .middle wplghts, Young
Mitchell of ,San Francisco and Itefldy
aallagher (ft Jlenver, to fight to a finish
September next for u purse U 1-7,000,
Tho Treasury has recovered from .the
hcavjMlrnin on Account of pemdon iwy.
mcnts, nml. treasurer Nebeker'u daily
statement shows a net surplus of $1,357,
4;j9. This not surplus will probably daily
increase from now until the end of the
The remslnD of Count Lowenh.' ipt,
son-in-law of ex-flecrulxry of State Bay,
ail, were nMppert on tho steamer WorrA
whlch left New York yesterday, nod will
be taken to 8itou for Inmrmsnt. The
brdy was aceompanied by Count) Iw
ei.lmnpf, tlie' wlilnrr, nml her brother.
T. ..11 . F llavanl, Jr.
A Promiaiiigr i muh
. The St Nioiiols Cornet Und, alUi ugh
Only live moiKls old, ii on tho hijhwa.v of
pmeperly. Tbe metr hers, minitwMnjf
twenty-two, have studied and wotkoi
hard, and will toon lake their place with
"tho old-tltneM. They are now neno'latlnn
for the purchase of the unif.irms unni by
tlio Waihinxton Cornet Band, of town,
bofore it was disbanded. Trot, Klmor
Y, Wildo, of town, U tho oonddoiyr,
The band will hold a pioulu at Phillips'
Orovo, St, Nicholas, on Saturday evening.
Paid tho Fino.
Thoni Mullahny and Junius AVIieellliltn
were arrested by IMicotnan I) J. Connors
last night for flehting on tie lreot. They
were r'lHiad by 'Squire William iin
.paying the boroiifth line. Th light was
o'ceaiiloiied by Mullshey charging WIibhII
ban uh being1 a e. rrespomliint of tb
,Viiii; AVim slid havirg a limit in tho
Ifjian lul X Y. Z cer'"-p i.d.-ncu thai
p r 1 uh ' h. -
,.! W .--a he:
1- ihe 10-I John A. I
LIBERAL ADVEBTISIKa !
A VffiRY INT SItBSTi Q MEET
ING HSLD LA&T 2i .GHT.
STREET COMMITTEE CRITICISED.
r-iopoicy ow.'e a Devntind tlio
Removal of tho So aper Lines,
A Comm tteo o.' Law Ap
pouiocl. A meo'Mij; of :ho
held las nihl In
totocuie s ((iti)iurr.
I.oiou.tli Council wai
1 u of ue ono thnt
on accoaiiv o a fKllute
'j Je members preont
were Mowrt, Gublo, Ilooknis, Wurhi.
Coakloy, ISeiierUo I)kb., Holman and
Junes flraii! w: p eeel uud stated that
"propo.tyon -uu.ti Ciietuiut street had
' eon deHi-mwi by tue .cianer lino erected
to put culm l.i.o tlio woikcd-out nortiousol
hjKohl.ooro Iboiy, ibioj'.h twre-liolps
1 (i".i, sio oil thsi he led repeatedly
oget j.ii.s.'ao .on i'ioiii the ii, les who nut
"l the aiaMtit, and hit ove.lu o were ij-noi-ecl.
llohoovr dxiided o brinv tult
against tbo uoioiun within :en dsy. union
no receives ,.iaei 011 111 some other maii
nei'. After a difcussicn of the msttiir (imnnll
referred it to the Law Committee aud
secretary, they to communicate with the
scroper olllclals and havo them take soiuo
action satisfactory to Mr. Grant and other
tiroperty owner, alung the sciapor lines.
nairnnm Uablo railed for h ronnrt from
the Buads atel Highways Ojmmitteo and
Mr. lloluoui ; rhero UootibiderablB work
li no on the streets. There h,iv hin
ahoiii fifty jnlig started, but none of them
Mr. Lamb: '! think thero oueht to be 11
better report from the street odmmitlee."
AIT. llWerhlge: "Poplar strtot ii left in
mr w..iu fimaition than it was when the
work- whs slattoJ."
ilm Umiicilnitftt were giaduRlly "piline
H.OU-- ir. iioimn. win ii,a.,r,i
uuiibaj of jjia
Messrs. Ports rnd Schoifly boi.if; abwnt.
i. uaiuo asKou, "Wliat about thst
cr sung at White and O.ik etreeU 1"
Jlr. lloliuan: ."I oan'l make anv re.
port on that. I knew nothine about It. T
was tnkon there by Mr, SohoiOy when it
was pretty near finished and I told him T
did not think tho crossing would work. I
didn't think it was much of a job."
Jlr. l-mib then took thd floor and torn
up tho crossing in gnatshapu. "Tho mem
bers of thecommiiteo, themselves, acknow
ledge that the money win spent for noth
ing. Wo want tc know what you' aro
going to do about it."
Mr. Holman aid he was tho third num.
bor of lhecommittee,and intimated that ho
was not being uomulted by tho other in tin-'
Chairman Gable said he saw tho orosinir
referred to, and "I think it It nn odtrauo.
The man who puu that in oujpM to pay for
Mr Coakley said that stones for the orott-
ing'at Cherry and Cluslnui. streets laid on
the street for two months and then the
committee changud the location of tlio
crossing from thu oast to the west fide. "
Mr. Holman: "I havo' nothinc to fav.
rhey have the majority of, th cornniUleo.f',
lho Chief of 1'olioo wa9 then Inslructtd
to bring the, SuporvltoV to Council. Thi
was done and Mr. Llewellyn' said hu was
nil.. I. .!.' f .. '"'I I
ivc( imifuuiiiiiis ironi tue street'
Messrs. James arid Devers ol iected to.
fne supervisor getting gfdM from Rnj
oommluonothfr than alio commiueo on
urvoys and bpth salil they would refuse t,.
en ursanny bilU for grades civan uuoii
uthorit ot anj othar wurco. ,
Br. Uale said it seemed to him that Jfi"
r two members of Coiinbll wt;ra trviturlu
unlie Coauuii ad wind burouVh. '
Thu'aui,eorUibr was-, tire next poinWf
attaek. Mr, Llewellyn . tnid that th
rubier a ordered by the t(Wl committee
by lelegVap1-; and that he 'iinlnHded tku
crusher and took it on tho hill uenr tbe
Indian IMmi eoMiery by order of that
On motion it was diolded that if tin-
three members of the Honda and Highway
OommittM btonma satitded with tha aoo-
dldoiu of sale of the crusher a time be
ppolnted Ui tet the apparatus' : but if any
mointxr of the cointnittoe it ditsuliifled
with the terms ho shall notify the Super
visor, who shall abide by the minority
report and await further action.
Mr. Llowtllyn wanted to know to whom
ho should look for Instructions,
To the 6treel committee," was the reply
n chorus. "And tho committoe must look
to Counoil. We aro not consurlnu vou.
Mr. Llewellyn was then asked what hu
knew about the nro,"oed culling dowa of
Main street, between C tre od Lloyd.
Mr. Llewellyn .idhe neu heard soiue
ll.ii,g.. it, 1'iivli'Ch C'0 ,0'1 leolli d tint i.
wiiildl'-v. h v..!. e 1 Mom t er ami ex -
I' l I', ro hi tiHi-d uy iho t'.r.ot evm-
lb w .- 1 !) -J t 1 a1 t'i' arbl ra'".n f
the ia-0 vf tdrs Haley of llr
.gainst tho borough, had resulted in an
word of 9.000 for ' the plaintiff. Mrs.
'I -l-v ola'med $p,010 dsnisgoa tor inurioa
usinluod In- falling upon f, pavement, Tho
On motion, i was decided that ihosupor-vi-orfillup
and oiheiwlse improve tho
e.i oiids of Coal and Centre streets. A lor
t s work it completed Council will at
onoe iake :ep to lmve the property
own.'rs pit" In lavements ind ctubt.
M.-. Wiiim itrfreilthRt WW street, from
O.'K to Ohe.-rv sitwei, 'ue paved at once.
I w?s aho recomuiouded thrt tho bor
Oii:i lower the -lavement In front of I'etor
tlilev's p.operty on Oak street.
" lit Ch ef Bumess was inttiuc od to ro
uove llir coal slisiu.v that enoroaobes upon
ha U.i'oi' street pavement.
A r: t llaint ft-oiu Jonathan Uoger con
oe ijfii nuisauce 011 a neighbor's pm.
' we enpoted of as not being an
-." fa, Ooanoil .0 handie. It a nnvslo
luimiKw) and Mr. Booth bsu- romedv
e'inst b 8 ueighuor.
Wiilinu .l anes of Nor is AVm tueet,
eti a letter sii'inryug i willin.;nes to
ootnply with -he 'Oaiel Burgoti' ontico to
lisvesnil oitrh a- soon as Ceut'o.l i.-ivc
.mi nesrede. The matter wan'ef iedto
..esuive; oommi: ea ft .id Chief Bur
A iMiniim . iostioi. .from 'Squiu. J J.
Uoiia; ha. 1 set fortii 4hat Mr.. M:r.;,in t
Hs"no te.'.upon uu imperfect eroding in
'rout 01 the "Walnh propeity, 01 Ei 't
Oentra stiei, aud injured her face so
f'adly the', i' is feared the 4igh of tbe , ight
yo will De destroyed. Mm. Bannoti
c'H'U). 5f,0"0 dinfle. She is . dent
Messrs. La no, Wurm aud Jame' wero
appoln wl a coujmillee on Lnw. Il will ho
tbov dt'ty to mvti'-ale all olaiun for
.1. w.'S"' V'"'t he borough and take sueli
"n' iir nedessai-T to nrolect tho
A Biilllajt Wadcllnir nt'the Shaf-
M jceio!r tiiifc afternoon Miss A.
Adole .Sh'stffih, dViighiei of Henry and
.naruh St.ffinti tidViioraaa J. Brouguall,
vmai Wlllujiht'flin .Gvrynnio Ilrough(Ul
0 f'.l. wr iim.rled at tha ra?i-ia-.
oOSiM6i2'jiJl'irtri,- "on Kfirlh
-Sil'9. ' ' v
Onlv .hi ue-rasf .'elat'ves and most in
um;' ' ie.iu 01 t.ie oritrauting parties
wen .i"-sei o. t tin- lit eudaiu e wt i large.
Tho e jmoiiy was -performed in tho
parlor . 1 iherssidense, .which was beauii
lullj deoori'fd with flowerfi and shrubs.
Hov. AViilipm 1'owiok, pss'O' of tho
1 e in-idi- Episoopa' church, oflloiatod.
Jnss Ida Af. Bel), of Waynosborough,
F.an .Hi) 0 uuty, was tho bridesmaid and
Mr Ila'r.v 1 ronton, of '.own, iho grooms
man. Afei'iho oe-emonv tho guests partook
o . . 'bi.iv-j wedding feast. The tablo
was Irden wuh al' the deleoacies of tho
fe:'son and was decorated with oonfeetions
of mos'. el.ibo-ste designs, made by Sir.
Unify Preston, tan 'groomsman, who rd-
een.ly le.sed the plan of the Slieiindoah
its kery Company. Tbe bridal cake' wa u
Imtu if us and uniiiue piece of work.
The nitts to the hapoy' otmiile wom nu
merous and cotl,ndliidinK silverware of
evsf. ecf.kVjyit'asVina and glaseware.
uriiif nkudaeaiguiviiins, plaques,
am. ifii',. .;ffpii.7,Ain'oK the" gifts
vim- itit lUwlKUeni ShSMtu nH,!pu,ii, uli
oi tliebosi iilftSii.d of equ,laito designs.
Al 4:10 this afternoon the' bride and
1 m tarted'on their bridal tour, winch
corer evtral dnys and IHbludo' Li s
it i'liiladelphia anl New Yofk. "
t'he &tt nabla and accom-
urf.li.iiryifuu'g'li'rJV, was oV of tnb lo-at
i'i) of ublU) sjAjOyl teachers uutd Aho
oloae' . f tl') last 'i"?. Mr. Broujthall, llw
last term. Mr. Urouahall, iho
V'U,U vl9pnUl4uU a, Jrg grOiery and
K r .jfYJK! P,01!", isi"i street, n 11
0.1 iif Mr., WlM'STii. Brouijljalf,' di-trti
jOiennnutut.rr.tbe r u. y ft i. c
liAst diioiei shin in tuwuj al "Tun
Kajuuus" clothing huutfl, . JOq, Shifting
ants irom,r6a. up, ,
15 Cents a Pound.
Not qff grade goods,
But First-class Stock.
No 122 North Jardin Street