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YOJj. VI.--1ST0. 145.
SHEXAXDOAH, PA., THUKSDAY, JUXE 4, 1S91.
THE SUEEST BO AD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBEEAL ADTEETISHSTG !
The Meadvllle Tribune Republican !
scores the Ballot Reform shrlekers In
the followlug ntnuslug strain :
fln wniilil Htlnlr. nil rpndlnir thft
if utterances of mugwump newspapers,
ft that Pennsylvania was going to the
I greased-llghtulng fashion, and
for the reason the Legislature did not
see fit to enact the moat cumbersome
features of tho Australian ballot law
J a law, as a matter of fact, the people
were not hankering for, and partlcu
I larly In view of the fact that It en
1 tailed an additional burden upon the
1 tiixiiavprs. To tho Muerwuinn there Is
r 'nothing so delicious to the taste as to
'work In secret; he wants to run his
political stllletto Into his nearest and
Uearest friends, but has not the courage
to do so except In coward fashion In
the dark. He wants this secret "ballot
law; he don't know why he wants it
or cannot figure out when it will prove
of benefit to the people, but he is con
fident, U won't hurl him, but it may
hurt some other fellow, and on this
general idea ho roars and shouts bal
lot reform I ballot kkform 1 BAL-
T REFORM ! Well, to satisfy
m the Republican party has given
him "ballot reform," but yet he is not
happy, he wants to still further In
crease taxation by calling a constltu
Hnnnl vmviuiHnn. thinkhiL' thereby
that in sorno way, by hook or by
I crook, ho can further his interests by
hacking at tho constitution. Well, the
Republican party has agreed to give
' him the opportunity, provided he can
f. work the people up to the point of
voting for It, and then the question
rests right where It should with the
taxpayers and voters of the Common
i wenltli. If thev want uconstltutional
convention they will vote "yes'' arid
I if they don't they will vote "no," ref
.mrrtlnaa nf Hin rnnri imd f.lio nnntnn-
( a , "j
f Hons of the restless gang who are uu-
able to discover any good iu the world
p except that which their own hands
have fashioned. In other words, ' thef
Mumvumn wants to boss, and he "will
umbtless keep on trying to land, on
J top so long as he can induce credulous
men to give him the slightest atteu
CEISTTS per yd for the
BEST TABLE OILCLOTH,;
Sold iu other stores for 33c. All floor
Oilcloths reduced. Call for bargains
C. D. FRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin St, near" Ccnlrj
I JUST REOEI'VEB AT KBITBR'S !
GENUINE IMPORTED GOODS
Crosse and Blacltioell's China-Chow and Pickles.
JTrencfoMacaroni, 2 lbs. for 25c.
" Sardines in Oil, 2 vans for 2So.
Jbancy Jtlce, 3 lbs. for 25c. ,
Mne California Bruits.
juancy jrruneu, mryv wnu Jiiiy. j-ou.
!) Choice Prunes, 2 lbs. for 25c.$
I Evaporated Jellied Apri" is, 20c.
I Evaporated Peaches, 15
Canned Pears, Plums, liiahes and Apricots.
Fine Koastcd CofTec, aocrqMality improved.
Old Government jnvalresli roasted
Fancy Table Syrup 2 qts.' lor, 25c.
' Glnjrer Snaps and Coffee Caltcs, 3 lbs), lor 25c.
II SUinned HaniH. - ?
Lebanon Summer Sausage
Fancy Creamery aud Flne'Hairy Ilutter
02HCE.A.3? A.T3D S-OOX3-
Tomatoes, Corn and Early
New Italsins 4 lbs lor 25c
WasliinK Powder, 4 lbs for 25c
Will have another lot of those PdnoyWiloquette Mays at
$1.25 in a few daa,.
THE ITATA SAFE.
SHE HAS ARRIVED AT A CHIL
IAN INSURGENT PORT.
AN OVATION FOR THE GAPTAIN.
Nothing is Said About Hor Arms
and. Ammunition Tho Charles
ton Was Not Soon at Any
Timo End of tho Chase.
fly National Press Association.
Iquiqde, Juno 4. The greatest on'thusi
asm was crentod oarly in tho day when
word was recolvcJ that tho Itata had ar
rived at Tocopilla.
Immediately upon hearing tht9 wel
come intelligence tho insurgent authori
ties sent back orders to tho commandor
of tho Itata to loso no timo In coming
on to this port.
It Is, therefore, bollovod that tho Itata
Will axrlva to-morrow.
An ovation awaits her, her captain and
Tho pursuit of tho transport by tho
cruiser Charleston has boon naturally fol
lowed with tho keonost interest by tho
Inhabitants of this town.
It la said, howover, that the com
mander of tho Itata reports that ha did
not seo any traca of his pursuer.
It is still generally believed hero that
tho Itata made a transfer of her arms
ammunition to tho Esmeralda off tho
It Is thought likely, however, that tho
insurgent.! would ordor tho Itata hero If
pho had tho arms and ammunition still
It may bo that she has already dis
charged hor cargo at Tocopilla.
At any rate, if slio lias not rid of It in
any way by transfer to tho Esmeralda or
by landing It on tho Chili coast it may
bo that her being ordered horo is In ac
cordance with tho report already sont out
that tho insurgents intond to turn her
oyer to tho United States government in
ordor that tho question of violutlon of
tno neutrality laws may bo fully tested
in tho federal courts of yfcur country.
Whatever action is takon tno skill of
iho Itata's commandor In reaching hero
in safety, despite tho groat efforts put
forth by tho United States 'Govcrmont to
capture her tho high seas, la tho subject
or praise on every nana.
TWO NEWSHAHERS IN ONE.
Tno New Tai-k Commercial Advortlser and
tho Continent Amalgamated.
New Yoiik, Juno 4. Tho disappear
ance from tho top of tho editorial pago of
tho Continent of tho name of Frank A.
Munsey ns editor has been followed by
tho announcement that tho paper has
passed out of his control. Ho will saver
his connection with It to-day.
Undor an arrnngoinont with O, P.
Huntington, Col. John A. Cockorill,.
formerly of tho world, ana a syndicate
have purchosod tho plant of tho Conti
nent and Its nows franchises. It will bo
consolidated with the Commercial Ad
vortlser, and a new Journal will ho Issued
shortly from tho Continent building, at
Broadway and Park place, undor tho
name of tho Now York Advertiser. It
will bo issued both morning andevonlng.
Tho President and tho llanlcs,
WAsmxoTON, Juno 4. Tbo develop
ments in Philadelphia In regard to Bank
15ramlnor Drotr and tlm Kavstnne -Runic
and CItlppcd Beer
June Peas not soalts 3 cans
are the subject of much discussion at tho
Treasury Department. It is stated that
tho President will tako immediate action
In tho matter, and ask of tho Secretary
of tho Treasury a full report of Just what
tho Government's ngonts did In tho bank
matter, whether thoy carried out tho law
fully and impartially, or whether favor
itism was shown and a failure to onforco
A Station Agent Kills lllmaott
BuTLim, Pa,, June 4. 0. P. Hennon.
station agent of tho Pittsburg and West
ern Railroad at Rclbold. committed sui
cide last ovcnlng by blowing his brains
out with 11 pistol. Tlio auditor of tho
company had como to Rclbold from Pitts
burg accompanied by Honnon's succes
sor. Whllo thoy were auditing his ac
counts, and in tho prosenco of his wlfo,
Honnon placed his revolver against his
head, pulled tho trigger and blow his
brains out. It Is rumored ho was short
In his accounta.
Minister Smith's Successor.
Wasuinotow. Juno 4. Tho Stnto Do
partment has Information that Mr, Emory
Bmlth, Minister to Russia, will roach
home on or abont tho 17th of tho month.
It is intimated that ho will not return,
ns it Is his desire to rosuino his editorial
duties. There Is an impression horo that
a Pennsylvanlan will bo choson to suc
ceod Editor Smith at St. Petersburg, and
that either Thomas Dolan or Ex-Mayor
ITltlor will be tho cholco.
Secretary lllalno nt Kllaworth.
Ejasworth, Mo., June 4. Secretary
Rlalno Is here, tho guest of Senator Halo,
Hero ho will remain for 9 few days until
tho woathor warms up a llttlo, and until
his own cottogo at Bar Harbor can bo
mado habitable by having tho winter
chill burnod out of It.
lltissell & Co. Full.
New York, Juno 4. Russell & Qb., an
old commission houso of Canton, China,
with branches in this city and London,
havo failed. Tho liabilities are unknown,
but It Is said that tho credit of tho Arm
has long been worn out.
Tardon for Qonoral Slceln Bon.
WjisnmiTON, Juno 4. Tho Presidont
has reduced tho six year sentence; ef
Robert Slgcl, Bon of General Slgol, to two
years aud nine months and directs that
a pardon issuo to young Slgol then.
Doolarcd u Sis l'or Cent. Dividend.
B08TOS, June 4. Tho stockholders of
tbo Vermont and Massachusetts Railroad
Company ro-olpnti"! mot directors
cunt declared a 0 per cont. annual divi
dend. Bnloldo of a District Attorney.
Cahson, Nov., Juno 4. Judge T. D. Ed
wards, district attornoy, couiraittod suU
cld last night by shooting himself.
Sir John Blowly'Muhtng.
Orrs-WA, Juno 4. Sir John Macdonald
(9 clowly sinking. He will probably dio
An Old Judge May Retire
Nnw Haven, Conn., Juno 4. It la not
behoved that Judge Dwlght Loomis, of the
Supremo Court will attend court hero-
aftor. ilo did not attend Tuesday's ses
sion of tho court, and ovldently thinks
that ho is not cntltlod to sit on tho bench
of that court slnco his nomination to tho
Senato by Governor Bulkoley to succeed
himself was not considered by that body.
Had tho Judgo served to tho 27th of
next month 110 would havo reached tho ago
of seventy, nnd would havo been cntltlod
to retirement, undor tho btatuo of age
limitation. He has been Judgo of the
Connecticut courts slnco 16G4.
Two Men Smothered to DeutlL.
ArrurroN, Wis., Juno 4. A flro in tho
rag room of the Patton Papor Mill, at 8
a. m., destroyed $10,000 worth of prop
erty and two mill men were smothered to
death. Cornelius Johnson and Henry
Ryan were using the mill hoso when tho
flro got tho best of them. Thoy tried to
escapo down stairs but missed their way
in tuo smoke and got Into a small dress
Ing room, whore thoy were shortly after
Tho Ainnleamutod Association Scale.
PiTTsnuno, Pa., Juno 4. Tbo wage com
mittee of the Amalgamated Association
complotod its work and prosontod the
scalo to tho convention for discussion and
approval. While it Is understood that
the wane committee report favorlnif tho
present scalo, or $5,00 per ton for boiler
Iron, there Is a very strong influence at
work among tho delegates favorablo to
an advance to 90, on a two-cent card.
nnnltont to Meet in New Orleans.
New YonK, June 4. Tho Executive
Council of the American 11 inkers' Asso
elation at Its regular annual meeting
decided to hold tho lUtli annual conven
tion of the association at New Orleans,
La., on Wednesday and Thursday, Octo
bor 14 and IS.
Doaton University Comiuoncomont.
Boston, Juno 4. Tho Boston Unlver-
slty (Methodist) held commencement ex
erclses in Tromont Teraplo during tho
day. Tho graduating class is tho largott
in the history of tho Institution, number
The Tllden Will Argument.
Saiutooa, N. V., June 4. In tho Court
of Appeals this morniug argumont iu
tho Tllden will case was resumed by
counsel, but not finished. It will proba
bly tako auothor day.
rolltlnnl Crlula In Sweden.
Lokdok, June 4. A political oriels Is
impending in Norway, aooordlng to a dis
patch from Cliristiaula. Many are In
favor of a republic, and nearly all wont
independence of bweden. j
ELECTION OP TEACHERS HELD
THE OLD CORPS RE-ELECTED.
An Enormous Slloo off tho Secre
tary's Salary Putting tho
Screws on Gablo Cora nil t
Tho first regular mooting of tho now
School Board was held last ovoninjc In the
office of Superintendent Freeman aud all
tho members of tho board woro present.
Thoy all seomid In good spirits and it
looked as If tho business of tho ovcnlng
would bo conductod harmoniously and tho
results satisfactory to all. Tho procoodings
woro not up to that standard, howovor.
Thoro woro no vory spirited dobates, but a
spirit of retaliation dovcloped and worked
boavfly ugalnSt Philip Gable, tho nowly
eloctod secretary, who has incurred the Ill-
will of both his Republican and Demo
cratic colleagues on account of tho action
ho took in tho recent election. Tho Re
publicans havo a two-fold complaint
axaint6 him, namely: Tho dofeat of
Baehman for tho socretaryshin and Gablo's
failuro to stand by the plodgo mado to tho
Domocrats. The Democrats aroup in arms
against tho socrotary bocauso, thoy claim,
ho solemnly pledged himsolf to support
Bellls for Treasurer in consideration of tho
six Democratic votos being givon him for
secretary. On tho oloction Gablo received
tho six votos, but in tho subsequently elec
tion for treasurer he gavo his voto to Lamb
instead of liellis.
Tho Borough Auditors atiuoarod boforo
tho board and mado known tho result of
their audit. Thoy also askod that their
pay bo increased from 55 to ?10 each. The
request was grantod.
Aliss Mary Stack npplied for an incroaso
of salary and tho application was tabled,
but, boforo tho sossion closed tho request
war.--"-.ii-uiiuu nvh Lr tl.o urn
motlin of tho teacher;
Mr. Owons, of tho Financo Commlttco,
recommendod that tho school tax for tho
ensuing year bo fixed at 18 mills aud that
tho school term bo flxod at nino months,
commencing on August 31st, noxt. The
recommendation was adoplod.
Mr. "Williams moved that tho secretary's
salary for sorvico to tho board bo reduced
to 825 a year and his salary m librarian bo
reduced to 10 a year, making tho salary
for both uSices 35. Jlr. Baehman sec
onded tho motion, and it was carriod by a
voto of 0 to 4, two mombors not voting.
Heretofore tho socrotary has boon receiv
ing 200 a yoar for his sorvices to tho board
and $75 a yoar as librarian,8o tho reduction
mado amounts to 2-10.
A. motion by Mr. Davonport that tho
salary of tho treasurer remain tho samo as
last yoar prevailed.
Bids for raising tho Union street building
threo feet above its present foundation and
making othor Improvements wore oponed
and road. Thoy woro as follows: AV. A.
SlUlor, 975; John Hanna, 050; W. A.
Elliott, C2o; Josso B. Davis, ?C00; John R.
Coonoy, $190. Mr. Coor.oy was awarded
Action was thon takon on tho suggestion
mado in yosterday's issuo of tho Hkiiald
that two teachers bo appointed for the
teaching of drawing and music, instead of
ono. President Boddall said ho considorod
the suggestion a good one and ho boliovod
the Herald had presontod tho question in
an ablo manner.
Mr. Davenport moved that for tho en
suing term ono toacher bo assignod for tho
teaching of drawing and modelling, and
another to teach vocal music. Mr. Baird
seconded tbo motion and it prevailed.
Ot jeclion to abill of ton dollar! presented
for survicAt as ushers in Ferguson's theatre
during the graduating exercises was dis
posed of. The committoo appointed to
ascertain tho responsibility of tho board re
ported that Managor Ferguson slated that
whon the theatre is rented from him the
parties renting pay tho uhor; but where
tne theatre is taken on percentage tbo
ushers aro paid by tho management. Tho
bill was ordered paid.
President Bsddall announced tho ap
pointment of the following committees for
the 1881-02 term:
Baird, Williams, Gablo, Hanna, and
TEACIIKKS AND SALAHIK8.
Baehman, Baird, Treziso, O'Uearn and
EVENING SCHOOLS. r
Butts, Gallaghor, Davonport, Conry and
TEXT HOOKS AND SUFrLtKg.
"Williams, Davenport, Hanna, Butts and
HEATINO AXD FUEL,
Owens, Treztae, Gallagher, Baehman
BUILDING AND UKPAIR3.
Davenport, Williams, Muhioon, Baird
and O ileum.
Gable. Butts, Hanna, Williams, Conry,
iroztfc, Uallugber and Brennan.
Trezisp, Owons, Muldoon, Baehman and
Treziso, Davonport. O'Uearn. Butts and
Muldoon. Baird. Conrv. Owons nnd
S. A. Boddall, L. A. Frooman and John
For September, Octobor and Novomber
Muldoon, Gablo, TrezUe, Owons and
For Docombor, January and Fobrury
Conry, baird, Davenport, Butts, and
For March, April and May Baehman,
Brennan, Williams and O'Uearn.
Tho committee on teachers and salaries
retired to tho High School room to con
sider applications for appointments and an
intermission was doclarod. Upon tho re
turn of tho committoo it was rocommondod
that all tho old toachors, with tho exception
of Miss A. Adollo Shafibr, who was not an
applicant, bo re-olected. It was also rec-
moiided that Mr. Ehrhart's salary ba made
1,175, which is to covor his sorvicos in tho
library. This is not an incroaso of salary,
but is a combining of what he has been re
ceiving horetoforo as teacher and librarian.
Mr. Davonport then recommendod that
Miss Coogan's salary bo decreased from 865
to 00 per month and that the teacher to
bo appointed to teach vocal music bo paid
$00 a month. Tho recommendation waB
It was decided to omploy a janitor for
tho Turkoy Bun school building and not
disturb tho salaries of tho toachors thoro.
Tho directors thon proceodod to voto for
tho teachers according to law. Each
teacher received 15 votes. Immediately
thereafter Superintendent Frooman made
tho following recommondations :
1. That Miss Joanotto H. Bamago bo
promoted from tho third grado primary
dopartmont to teach vocal music.
2. That Mis Mary A. Stack bo pro
moted from the first grado primary to tho
position to bo vacated by Miss Itamage.
3. That Miss Hannah B. Kooso bo pro
olnd "-"" uu - "-- --
primary, taking tho placo of Miss A.
Adello Shaffer, who did not apply for re
appointment. 4. That Miss Uattio Iless bo assigned to
tho Union etroot building, socond grade
Tho recommondations woro adoptod.
Tho toachor3 eloctod and tho grades to
which thoy havo boon astignod are as fol
lows: man school.
"William N. Ehrhart, principal; Clara
Cline, assistant; Annlo E. Coogan, draw
ing and modeling; Jeanotto H. Itamage,
Second grado Llzzlo M. O'Connoll, A.
E. L. Leckie, Lydia Eisenhower.
First grado Lizzio Lessig, Anna Dong
lor, Amelia C. Schooner, MahalaFalrchlld.
Fourth grado Bridget A. Burns, Carrie
W. Faust Michaol. F. Conry, Anna E.
Mansoll Robona F. Glover Jauo T. Lam
bert. Third grado Mary A. Stack, Maggio
E, Cavanaugb, Eliza J. Kinnerty, John B.
Schuuhing, Mary A. Lafforty, Lizzio Leho,
Jainos 11. Lewis.
Second grade Hannah B. Eoose, Mary
H. Wasloy, Hatty Hess, Maggio 0. Bren
nan, Florenco G. Hess, Annio M. Kimmol,
MinnioC. Uartnott, MichaeUI. Britt.
First grado Irono Shane, Mary A. Con
nolly, Corinno Tompost, Salllo E. Conry,
Ella M. Clausor, Mollio Balrd.Idaho Kolb,
Sarah Faddon.JJ. W. Burko, Carrio Smith,
Turkoy Run M. P. Whitaker, John F.
Two toachors aro to bo olocted to fill tho
vacancies created by tho promotions of
Misses Stack and Reoeo, in tho first grado
Tho board will meet noxt Tuesday ovon-
iugtoftll tho vacancies and consult with
the touchers on the adoption of text books.
Ladios' flno shoes, 85 cents, at Boston
boot and shoe store.
A Now Buslnoss.
P. J. Cloary ha opened a store In tho
Ferguson's building, on East Contro street,
and is prepared to furnish tho local trado
with flno leather and shoe findings and all
kinds of shoemaker's supplies. His stook Is
a largo ono and well equipped to fully
supply all demands of the trado, 5-15-tf
The finest men's patent leather shoe,
former price 88, now $2, at thoJBoeton shoe
Tho Shenandoah Buslnoss Collego will
eontlnuo its sessions through the summor.
Pupils entering now for bookkeeping or
shorthand oan prepare ior positions by
fall. Inquire at the collego rooms, Rob-
bins' opera house, 0-2-w
Ladle' lino patent tip shoes for 06c. at
tbo Boston shoe store.
A well known nhvslolan In New York ad
vises his patients that sullor with Coughs and
uoidsiouse rtiu-iiua uougu ana uunuiuii
Mou Cure. 35 ana bo cent. Trial bottles liee
at Klrllu's drug store.
Advortlio iu the Ueiiald.
DECISION OF THE SUPREMK
COURT AT CONNECTICUT.
P0L1T1GS STIRRED UP AGAIN.
Republicans Claim That the De
cision Throws tho Eloctlon Into
tho Houso of Representa
tives Morris's Viows.
Nkw Haven, Conn., June 4, Connecti
cut politlos has beon stirred up again.
Tho Republicans ure pleased, but the
Democrats do uot give up the ship. The
hubbub Is over the decision rendered by
the Supreme Court of the State in tho
Brauford election case, In which the
highly Important question regarding tho
"for" ballot votes were also passed upon.
Tho Court ays: "Upon the facts In' the
case we hold that the bnlloU In question
were not Illegal and void because of the
use of the word 'for.' "
Tho court decldi-H on other grounds
thnn on the question of tho legality or
illegality of thd "for" ballots, but with
regard to those ballots says that under
other clreumstnucen the "for" ballots
night bo legal.
A r.egHl l'ollticul Party.
Tho court decide another Important
matter, viz.: "What Is a legal political
party?" The so-called Citizen's party 1b
lued tho "for" bullots In dispute. This
pnrty was orgatdzed like third parties are
generally formed. The "for" ballots, tho
court says, are legal under some clrcum
itancos nnd Illegal under others. The
jaso before tho court Is uot decided ou
tiho question of "for" ballots. The legal
existenso of n citizen's party Is defined
by the court as follows: "Tho element of
time is uot essoutinl to tho formation o
n legal party. It may spring Into exist
ence from tho exigencies of a particular
olection, nnd with no Intention of con
tinuing nfter tho exigency 1ms paBsod.
To hold tho contrary would bo to striko a
blow at that Independence In political
action upon which (ho good govommont
of a Incalltv d?pond.
Tho dtr-lflon is rcgnrJcd bj tho fanvib-
llcanlottd-'" . .-j -
0tl,. important stop toward a settlement
A tho lonc-voxcd gubernatorial quostlon
in favor of tho Republicans. Tho Doniq
cratio loaders still maintain, howovoi1,
that dlsplto this ruling tho "for" ballots
aro legal. Tho great bulwark upon
which thoy rely for victory Is unshaken,
viz., their position that tho Rcnubllcans
'cannot go bohlnd tho face of tho returns.
llio Kopuullcuns maintain that tho
court's decision throws tho election Into
tho Republican Houso of Ropresentatlvos.
What Judge Morris Hays.
Judgo Morals, tho Domocratlo claimant,
maintains that his party did not roly
upon tho quostlon of tho logallty or ille
gality or tho returns, and that inasmuch
as tho returns showed a clear majority
for tho Democratic candidate thoy should
dccldo tho quostlon.
THE BACCARAT CASE.
It I.00I18 as If tho Odds Wore Acalnstt
London, Juno 4. Ono would lmaglno
that aftor threo days of listening to what
appears to be intonsely interesting testi
mony in regard to tho baccarat scaudal
tho publlo would begin to tiro of it on
tho fourth day. Such, howover is not)
Tho same crowd of fashionable pooplo,
ladles still predomination, wna found in
side tho court, nnd tho lunch baskets
and pocket flasks woro out In stronger
forco than ovor. Fresh-cut flowers
formed part of nearly every lady's co
tumo, and their odors, mixod with tho
artificial perfurao on tho handkerchiefs
of tho hello dames present, gavo fragranco
to tho warm court room.
It Is too early to sum up tho effect of
tho testimony already takou upon tho
mind of tho British matron, who, as
thoso good ladles will admit, has a great
deal to do in molding public opinion. 16
Is safe to say, howovor, that both tho
plaintiff in this libel suit, Sir William
Gordou-Cummlng, nnd tho defondanta,
Mr. and lira. Lycett Greon, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Wilson and Mr. Berkeley Lovett,
to say nothing of the Princo of Wales,
havo not shown up In very bright colors.
Even tho Princo of Wales's best friends
are said to admit unwillingly that tho
testimony he gaie wae fur from being of
a nature to reflect credit upon the future
King of England and Emperor of India.
At this stage of the proceedings It is
safe to say that Cummlng will lose tha
Butter Took a Tumble
It is down to a respect
able prico now. You
might as well havo tho
good. Tho difibrenco is
only a few cents. Wo al
ways havo tho finest
No. 122 North Jardin Street