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' (IIATFIKI.I ItAII.EY.
very' pretty wedding took
Hn Oakley Methodist Epis
l church in Thompson town
r, at 9:'M o'clock Wednesday
Hug, 25th iust.
Se contracting parties to the
iuge were Mr. II. Willard
k-ld, of Utica, N. Y and Miss
tie S. Uailey, of tJovalt, Pa.
bride is the youngest daugh
f the lute .lohuT. Ilailey, and
erly one of Fulton county's
its ceremony was conducted
ae bride's pastor, Kev. 0. M.
" of Hancock, Md. Loheu
. Bridal March, from Wagner,
(Tendered by Miss Auna II.
It. The attendants were
M. Etta G raves and Mr. W.
eck. The bride was very
Hily attired iu n gown of cream
trimmed with lace and rib-
! Mr. Hatfield wore the con
'ional black. Immediately
', the ceremony they returned
'jr home. The bride then ap
ed in a pretty traveling suit,
they started to Hancock,
re they took the 10:iJ0 train.
T will go to Washington, D. C,
Brooklyn. The bride has
y friends here who join in ex
ing congratulations and well
ids for their future happi
Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield,
r their wedding tour, will re
jte this county to make their
KkWIIKAT FLOUR. STOLEN.
cConnellsburg cannot boast
living a monopoly of thieves
burglars. Last week one
i't Captain Dixon's dog kept
great barking, running in
lirection of the mill. But as
battle had been turned into
!.near the mill, it was thought
dog was barking at the cat
ext morning when the Cap
went to the mill, he very
- found that . it had been
;en into, and six-hundred
Ida of buckwheat Hour taken,
flour had been sacked for
Igesand Henderson, and was
property of Ephraim;; Mellott
other farmers in the ueigh
tood,' Mr. Dixon has suffer
luch from this class of peo
and no effort should be spar
) apprehend them and bring
1 to ! justice. The burglars
the lock along with them,
umably for the reason that
lexti time they waut in the
j will bo open.
WxEK AND TWO SONS SHOT
jv. L. D. Ott, M. E. minister
jcVeytown, Pa., and his two
while out huntfng on Mon
jjnorning a week, were acci
ally,shot by Casxr Gro, who
ook them for turkeys. Kev.
as! shot on the forehead, his
son was shot on the forehead
rib and the other sou was
ou the arm. Fortunately
shot that struck them on the
'. glanced or it would have en
d the brain and proved fatal,
:.lywero only about thirty
:w from the gun. ' The parties
lot Heriousiy injured and are
to be about.
pnMP wus grunted by l'rothono
Lynch on Monduy to John M.
i oi lussville, Allegheny
.By, J'u., und Miss Laura Florence
Mtburg of Dublin township, thin
l,Vi aluo, to H. Willard Hutlleld.
ioN N. Y., und Miss Jennie Bal-
f Thompson township.
ternittn UaptlsU (DunkurdH)
IMVUimiuir ut Mi' 'nnnii 'n
c'liivh, two mill's north of Mo-
) 2'.Ui, und continuing all week;
in aturduy und Hunduy, Novein
ilrti ,'uiid 0U tionimunion hitvIouh
fpiiunnlon service next Sunduy Iu
'! run church utl(l..Ki
Ct rtioea on Saturday ut 2.:: ul-
(oii.piunlon ut Illir Cove Taenerv
Ct"' f), th umeday, ut2.3(l-ire
J aervlcen on Suturduy u 1(1
All are welcome.
Most of our beautiful sceuory
is hidden by the dense cloud of
smoke which hangs over the val
ley. Mrs. Harry Wagner and two
children, of Johnstown, are visit
ing the family of Geo. McQuado.
Already more than one
of school has entered tin
Thirteen pupils of Back Kun have
been present every day during
tin; lirst month. Their names
are Harry Denisar, Bessie Doni
sar, Ethel Deuisar, Leonard Deni
sar, Eva Deuisar, David Thomas,
Joseph Thomas, Mabel Thomas,
Daniel Ott, Ada Motter, Lois Con
rad, Howard Duulap and Robert
A very successful institute
was held at Hack Hun school
house last Friday evening. Being
the first in Ayr township 'this
term, it was well attended by
both teachers and patrons, there
being eight teachers present.
The subjects for discussion were
well chosen and many excellent
points were brought out. Supt.
Chesnut was present and added
much to the interest of the meet
ing. The shaking was inter
sjiersed by recitations, and sing
ing well rendered by members of
the school. The teacher, G. Bf
Mellott, deserves much credit
for his efforts to make the insti
tute a success. Let this work
continue so that each and every
teacher may be benefited at each
meeting and bo better projiared
for his great work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Conrad at
tended the large sale of Conrad
Glazier, Sr., in the "Comer. "last
George McQuade is suffering
at present from heart trouble.
Although uot confined to the house
he is unable to work.
C. P. Tritle and family and Mrs.
Margaret Fryman spent Thurs
day last visiting the family of S.
K. Pittnian at Harrisouville.
Bernard Saldkeld, dispised of
his iKM'soual property at public
sale Friday. He will leave for
South Fork, in a few weeks, where
he purposes to reside in the fu
ture. James and Thomas Saldkeld,
of South Fork, attended the sale
of their father's property Friday
They were accompanied ou their
return home Saturday morning
by their mother Mrs. Bernard
Samuel Sipes, who has been iu
different parts of the West for a
number of years, is visiting rela
tives and friends in this commu
nity. Jacob Strait purchased the B.
Salkeld farm at public sale Fri
day; consideration, 700.
Miss Fannie Hockensmith, of
West Dublin, spent last week vis
iting friends iu this place.
William Fix is happy over the
arrival of a twelve pound boy at
his home Thursday night.
Our assessor, George F. Metz
lers, is making the annual round
up of the dogs.
George C. Eusley is liaving a
new dwelling house erected by
Joseph Sipes and Hon contrac
tors. II. K. Malot has secueed the
contract to build a large barn for
Mrs, II. II. Minick was visiting
friends in Everett last week.
Martin L. Peck, of- Millstone
Point moved his stoara saw mill
close to the Tonoloway Baptist
church, where ho will do a large
amount of sawing.
Mrs. Brakeall visited tho fami
ly of Amos S. Barber, near Need
more, last week.
Miss Rhoda Lake, who had been
spending a couple weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M.
Lake, went to Franklin county,
where sho will remain for somo
AcC0NNELLSl3URG, PA., OCTOBER 2S, 18w.
Misses Olive Zimmerman and names are Minnie Belle and Mary. There was preaching in both of
liouie Baruey sjM'ut last Saturday Catharine. jour churches last Sabbath. In
and Sunday with friends in Pigeon Walter E. Stiue spent Saturday j two weeks the theme at the Meth
Cove. and Sunday at his home iu Em-' odist church is Sanctitication, so
Miss Myrtle Stouffer, of War- maville. j says the preacher in charge.
fordsburg, attended preaching
at liehoboth one night last week.
Quite a number of young folks
had a very pleasant time at Mr.
Lashley's last Friday evening.
James M. Lake has recently
purchased some logs and a tine
'"I f lumber from D. Dickon.
Mr. Dickeu is moving to-day to
Black Oak Ridge.
Charles Kouders, of Hancock,
slMM.it last Saturday night with
his uncle Andrew Soudors.
Conrad Wink and wife sjiont
last Saturday and Sunday visiting
friends iu McCounellsburg.
Latest thiug out The fire on
John L. Ramsey, of Altoona,
who had been gunning iu our
community for a few days, re
turned home Saturday.
M. W. Nac.e accompanied by
Miss Lenore Wisliart, of Harri
souville, passed through our town
Saturday. They were wending
their way to Wells Tannery.
P. C. Bennett and wife of Ivy
wood, Pa., Suudied with friends
in New Grenada. Mr. Bennett
is train dispatcher on the P. B. it
L. E. Railway.
The revival meetiug is still in
progress at Ziou M. E. church. '
Rev. W. J. Schaeffer preaches '
some very able sermons, entreat
ing the wayward and unsaved to
live better lives, but thus far, ,
none have presented themselves !
for the prayers of God's people.
W. H. Baumgardner and fam
ily, accompanied by George A. I
Harris, spent Sunday evening
the guests of F.G. Mills, proprie- j
tor of the famous "Black Bear
Frank and Claude Bennett, of
McKeesjiort, Pa., spent a day re-,
ceutly with the people of Now j
Grenada. We found them to be
a very congenial pair. Comeagain, couple.
boys. j Mr.Abnorllart.of Brush creek,
Jack Bernhardt and family, of is visiting his many friends iu
Woodvale, Pa., were the guests Belfast.
of Jesse B. McClaiu part of last I 'nk Mason, wife and daugh
week. I guess the squirrels had ttr. L,)is. sl,nt l)lirt "f lllst Ww'k
to suffer. ' w'tn relatives iu this place.
Wells Valley's famous bicycl-! Quite a largo crowd attended
ist, Jas. E. Stewart, s'ut Sun- ; preachiug at Morton's Point last
day evening near New Grenada. Saturday evening.
Mertie Cook left this morning ' Mrs.Sampsou J. Mellott, whose
for Philadelphia to attend the ex- iUness was noted iu last week's
lMisition. She will be accompanied j
by her sister Gertrude, of East
H road top.
D. K. McClaiu,
merchant of Robertsdale, has
been home ou a furlough the past
week, ou account of sickness.
But we are glad to be able to re
IHirt him on duty again. Dan
ny handles tho yard stick pretty
lively sometimes. Be has a spar
ring partner iu New Grenada.
The following officers were in
stalled into office in Wells Valley
Lodge, No. 007, I. O. O.F., Satur
day night by D. D. G. M., S. L.
N. G., Harry E. Spangler; V.
G., Joseph E. Woodcock; Secy.,
Harry M. Truax; Treas., Harvey
Wishart; Wardeu, I'. G., J. C.
Horton; G., P. G., J. A. McDou
ough; R. S. to N. G., P. G., J. A.
Wishart; R. S. to V. G., P. G.,
Elisha Barton; Sitting P. G., R.
M. Hunter. Rep. to G. L., J. A.
Geo. M. Fisher and Geo.
Cane, of Hagerstown, spent
last week In this placo.
Mrs. Sarah McKee is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob liammau
are the proud possessors of a new
Dr. James McKibbin, of Mer
cersburg, was iu this placo last
Francis Thatcher, wife and
daughter Hazel, of Clearvillo,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. Barbara Ham-
A. Wagner and wife are quite
happy over a pair of girls. Their
S. E. Mckee.wife, and two sons j
Ralph E., and James K., sjMMit
Sunday with his mother. j
Geo. Mills siM'ut Sunday with .
his mother, Mrs. Caroline . Mills j
at Robinsonville. i
Ludwig Fisher was at Hancock,
Many of our folks attended
love-feast at Artomas, Friday and
Cooney SiiM's, of Licking creek,
was in the Valley last week.
Miss Sallie McKibbin, of Buck
Valley, siont part of last week
with the family of J. C. Hixson.
Some of our Mopl attended
preaching at Oakley Saturday
Dr. Swartzwelder is adding to
the apiM'arauce of his yard by
Miss Clyde Hess has goue to
Philadelphia for an indefinite
The first local institute was
held at Jacob Lake's school house
Friday night, the lJJth, iust.
Mr. Gideon Covalt was a caller
Saturday and Sunday iu our vil
lage after attending local insti
tute. Win. Peck of Covalt, was seen
imssiug through this place, after
taking quite an extended trip to
McCouuellsburg and other places.
Listen, and you will hear wed
ding bells iu our quietlittlevillage.
Ahiniaaz Runyau and wife and
daughter Mollie were visiting
Hart Evans last Sunday.
Quite a large number of our
boys attended the serenading of
Mrs. Alice Mellott. They made
them lots of good wishes. They
sang some good songs and weut
home. They wore a very lovely
issuo. ' improving slowly.
Miss Liuua A. Doshong, ac-
compauied by her friend, Rev.
Boujiuniuu Rauck, attended the
wedding of Mr.
and Mrs. Sines,
of this place.
Preaching last Sunday was
(i. M. Belt, the photographer,
has moved to Crystal Springs.
Albert Plessinger and Elmer
Hill, sou of Moses Hill, are visit
ing iu Illinois.
Simon Starr is very low at this
Some boys of the Cove and of
Dott were out coon hunting the
other night and didu't get back
until a late hour the next day.
Ask them tho reason why.
Squire Laytou purchased an
apple picker, he can pick four
and knock ten. Squire, you might
do better if you would try.
Our protracted meetiug will
commence ou Wednesday night
before tho third Sunday in No
vember. Prayer meeting twice a week,
Wednesday and Sunday nights.
Geo. Schmittle, of Shado Gap,
was in town on Saturday.
Thomas J. Comerer, of McCon
nellsburg, was visiting his moth
er on Sunday and Monday.
A. J. Fore took in tho Hagers-
j town fair on his return from a
visit to Virginia,
H. H. Hertzlcr was at Cassville
, on business last week, returning
L. 0. Kelly and wife have just
returned from a visit to the
Quaker City. They report a nice
time while there.
Win. McGowan Jr., killed four i
wild turkevs last week. He is1
the brag turkey hunter of "these
Mrs. Hannah Todhnnter is
spending some time with her
daughter Mrs. Mary Reese of
Supervisor Denisar is putting
our roads iu good shaio for the
winter Scott seems to be the
right man for the place. -
Miss Katheriue Cook is visit
ing in Upton this week.
John Ott, Jr., and wife sient a
, . . . e ,
day in the beginning of the week
. .... . . ....
at Mrs. utt s Home in l-acking '
Misses Anna Kendall and No
ra Johnston are spending the
week with friends in Franklin
Apple buyers from Lehmastor
art! busy packing five hundred
bushels of very choice apples at
D. M. Kendall's.
The large company Mrs. Mar
garetta McDowell gave Tuesday
evening for her sou and his bride
waw partly made up by jicople
from the Cove there being twenty-four
of our number over. Mrs.
McDowell and her family are
noted for their hospitality as well
as their delightful refreshments.
W. Scott Alexander, Ksq., moved
last week Into his new luw ollice. It is
a cosy place and was specially design
ed for u law otllec. In fact, outside
and inside it exhibits taste In archi
tectural arrangement and handy in all
its appointments. It is the must de
sirable ollice in town und the Senator
is quite proud of it.
Williuin S. Clevenger has about
completed his new building which he
purposes using for a cabinet shop und
wareroom. It is a three-story build
ing, roomy und well adapted to the
purpose for which it was built. Will
iam has room now to spread himself
und will continue to put out lirst-class
work without being in any way bum
pered. SERVED KMillT.
The llollidaysburg Standard says
that Altoona has one man ut least who
knows how to treat tramps. A hobo
appeared at his home the other day
while he was taking u nap und asked
the ludy of the house for something to
cut. She guve him a piece of butter
bread und some cold ham. After mak
ing some Insulting remarks to her he
threw the meat on the boardwalk,
ground It under his fool and then
plastered the bread and butler against
the side of the house. Tho lady awoke
her husband, who met the tramp ut the
front door, took him by the neck ami
after administering a few hearty kicks
marched his trampship buck into the
yard and compelled him to eat every
morsel of the bread and meat before
MORTON'S POINT SCHOOL.
Pupils in attendance every day dur
ing lirst month: Mabel Dixon, Klla
Mellott, lllanehe Morton, Joannu
Morton, Nellie Morton, Nancy Truax,
Hester Truax, Mabel Truux, Itertha
Truax, Idadtard, Uluuche Wink, Jes
sie Wink, l.ix.ic Deshong, May Desh
ong, Heckle Deshong, Mary Mellott,
George. Morton, Thomas Morton, Ira
CLARA HIXSON IMPROVING.
A letter received u day or two ago
by Mrs. S. W. Kirk, of this place,
from her sister in Hrush Creek valley,
states that the condition of Clara Hix
son, who was ho terribly injured ut
her father's mill ut Knnnaville lust
Saturday u-week, is greatly Improv
ing. Dr. Hunks visits her and dress
en the wound every other day, und he
says the wound is lglnnlng to heul,
und that the child's uppctite is be
ginning to return.
Hatixiukp. On Tuesduv, Octolier
17, lHlitl, Kmniu Klizulieth, wife of Kls
worth BatdortT, of Licking Creek town
ship, Fulton county, aged 211 years, 1
month und II) days. Interred ou
Thursday, l!th inst., In .Jtcthlehcin
.1. M. Fiki.iis, of Tu.vlor township,
wit In town Moniln v.
It. A. SlIAltl'of 1'lcusiint Itidge was
in town Tucsda v.
Hon. 1). II. I'attkkson went to
I'll iluili'lph in Wednesday.
YV.M. II. Woon.u., of Ayr township.
w Hn l'",lv fuller Tuesday morning,
scpkuintknoknt ci.dm chksnct
WIIS Visit illg till' HofOtlgh Schools llisl
I Mil. AND Mas. M. S. YVtl.T, of Fort
Littleton, spent last .Saturday at the
(;koIik 1'. H rr, of this place,
j left Monday for a ten days' stay iu
.Iami'.s A. M I'mma, of Luidijr, was
an Hirrct'tible caller at the Nkws ollice
I lust Saturday.
( i wan iK. Ovi.Klt is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. I). A. 4 1 Ul is and other friends in
S. W KlltK, Kstj., Is spendini; a
few days this week on business in
TAlum CHAItLIK Stkvkns has had
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ll luce iiric.u im chichi imu in iiiiiil in
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his residence this week.
Cl.AHKNl'K (ioiiIN, of Fort Littleton,
: was among those who favored us with
1 their presence Mondav.
i Miss NoitA Fishku, of Mercersburg,
spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. S.
I H. Woollett of this place.
I HAltVKV SNYDKU, of Belfast town
ship, spent lust Saturday und Sunday
; among friends in McCounellshurg.
; Hauvky O. Unoku, .lohn H. Booth,
i and John Helman, all of this place,
; went to Kverett on Monday to work iu
Mas. Thomas F. Sloan and daugh
ters Mary and Tonie and sons Jay and
Walter Ueed spent the past week in
Col.. S. M. Hoiiinson is occupying
the editorial chair of the Fulton Re
publican this week in the absence of
Miss Sauik K. Stkwaut spent sev
eral days during the past week the
guest of Mr. und Mrs. L. II. Wible,
of this place.
1'. H. Al'STlN, of Chamliersburg,
came over last Thursday, and was ac
companied to Saluvla by his mot her,
Mrs. H. Austin.
HAltUY Kkisnkk, one of Hagers
town's successful jewelers, spent u few
days last week with his brothers, J. C.
and Geo. W. of this place.
H. W. IIawikmi. of Utica, N. Y.
and Miss Jennie Bailey, of Thompson
township, culled to see J'rothonotary
Lynch while in town Monday.
H. II. Tick, who has been visiting
friends iu this county for several
weeks, expects to start for his home iu
(Jihsonhurg, Ohio, next Monday.
Mas. M. It. Shawn Kit, of this
place, is spending a couple of weeks
visiting friends and relatives iu North
umberland and Lycoming counties.
Houack M. Ciiiititii, a well known
Fulton county teacher, is tilling an
eight months' term at Derrick City,
McKean county, ut sixty dollars a
J. H. COVAI.T, president of the. Ful
ton Telephone Company, accompanied
by his son Simeon, was in town Mon
day looking after the interests of his
A. B. HANKS, of Chumlicrsburg, lie,
compauied by his son Kd, spent last
Thursday iu town. Mr. Hanks was,
for several yenrs, engaged iu business
Missks Saw io S. and Maiiv S.
Dickson, and Mary l'illimiu, of this
place, left to-day for a visit to l'liila
dclphia and will remain away several
Samuki. Doiian, of Burnt Cubins,
aged K." yeurs, fell down stub's one day
last week and injured his side and
hand, from which he is still differing,
ALHKltT Stonku und daughter Miss
Mertie weut to Chumlcrshurg Mon
day. Mr. Stoner returned Monday
evening and Miss Mertie remained un
1'ltOK. F.KNKST CitKSS, of Welsh
Hun, took advantage of the line weath
er last ftuturduy, t,(, take u spin ou his
wheel und visit his friends ou this side
of the mountain.
CllAUI.KS McGkkuk, of Burnt Cub
Ins, has leu In poor heulth for some
time. He weut this week to spend some
time for treatment in u hospital In
Mas. B. C Dawnky uud Mrs. Hur
ry Dawney, of Hustoutowu, und Mr.
uud Mrs. H. H. Heri.ler, of Burnt
Cubins, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. ltunyan of this place this week.
MUS. WIU.IAM B Al'MO AltDNKIt Ulld
little daughter Mary spent u few days
during the past week visiting Mm.
Buumgardner'H father, lion, J tunes
Daniels, of Licking Creek township.
Ma. and Mas. C. J. Wink, and two
of their children, Jessie May und Karl
Kugcnc, of Thompson township, spent
from Saturday till Monday with the
j family of Mrs. M. A Kelle.v of thU
Mas. t'.n AUSTIN and her mother,
Mrs. Maruaret Sipes of Saluvla visit
ed friends in McConnellshurj; last
week. Mrs. Sipes's many friends are
clad to know that her health Is jrood
A. O. C ;i:iki-itii. of Wells Valley,
brought his daughter, Miss Alice, to
Met 'oiiuellsbiii'K Tuesday morning,
where she boarded the noon hack for
ShippciiKhurr to enter the State Nor-
mill school at that place.
Miss NcKA A. Conhad, of Ayr
township, was severely poisoned about
the head and face by coining in con
tact with poisonous vines, recently,
while spending an afternoon in the
woods. We are pleased to learn she
Is aide to be about again.
I)n. K. K. Stkvkns and family of
tliis place who have la-en taking u
two weeks' vueation visiting friends In
Taylor township, returned home Mon
day. There is some line hunting
ground in the upper end of the county
and no one Is more familiar with , tho
best places to find game than the ge
nial Doctor, and no one more thor
oughly enjoys the sport.
Bedford county may soon he classed
with the great coal producing llelds of
Pennsylvania. Joseph Helscl, a na
tive of that county, who spent thirty
yenrs of his life iu the west, has leased
u track -of land near Queen und will
eohinienee prospecting ocrations ut
once'.1 "In a few days he expects to
leu ne an additional tract of .'too acres.
He is sure there Is coal there.
William S. Miller, Postmaster at
KetHM'shurg, Centre county, a small
hamlet near Bellefonte, was recently
arrested at his home by deputy Mar
shall John ltoe and taken to Altoona
and given a hearing Is. fore United
States Commissioner A. 1. MucTA'od
on a charge of opening und reading
mail matter passing through his ollice.
The Information was made uguiust
Miller by l'oslolllce Inspector II. T.
(rcgory. He was held in the sum of
$.KK for his appearance at the Scrun
ton term of United States Court next
Two young men of Harrishurg hired
a negro for an ample consideration to
live in a cage and eat raw incut twice
u day. He was painted, his hair
dressed and himself undressed until he
looked like what the young showmen
imagined a Filipino on the war path
might resemble. He was con lined in IV
strong cage, and the two young men,
dressed in Tenth regimrut uniforms,
took him to the fairs und exhibited
him as a wild man from Manila, cap
tured after u desperute encounter by
the Tenth Ilcgimeiit. At stuted Inter
vals tlie wild man ate small bits of
uncooked beef, which lie chewed from
u huge soup bone. Ten cents was the
admission fee und the cash rolled In
rapidly. The "wild man" roared and
the farmers were satisll.ul.
A buzzard with u licll bus been seen
a number of times In the vicinity of
Alex. C. McKibbin, editor of
the Mercersburg Journal, was
engaged to be married to Miss
Emily V. (Ireathead of this place.
Theday for the wedding, Wednes
day, October 1T, lSilt, was set,
the cards wore out, and every ar
rangement seemed to have Immmi
made. About ten days ago, for
reasons best known to himself,
he quietly walked away from his
office, hoarded the train, and
went to i'hiladt'lphia, and has not
This somewhat uno.iectod
movement, coupled with the re
ixirtof Mr. McKibbiu's financial
embarrassment, led Miss Groat
head to declare the wedding oil
indefinitely. Squire M. J. Slick,
from whom Mr. McKibbin had
purchased the Journal, became
alarmed and issued an execution
and placed in the hands of tho
sheriff of Franklin county, who
will sell tho Jouru.il plant on Frl
The whole matter was entirely
uuexiM'cted and has caused quite
a sensation, owing to tho high so
cial ixisition of the parties.
Wo feel very sorry for tho oc
currence; for the Journal seemed
to be ridiug ou the topmost wave
of prosjHM'ity, aud we regarded
Alex as a most promising young
Wo trust that, in somo way, a
satisfactory explanation may yet
bo made, aud that tho matter will
be set entirely st raight before the.
Tho woman who allows a man
to smoke when ho is walking
with her gives icrsous tho im
pression that sho has less of an
idea of the fitness of things even
than lie hm.