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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState i Bwy my amp a vol. -.5�?no 30danville �pa., thursday. August 12,1909 established in 1855 do. Irving h. .1exxing3, dex21xt. Of off flours a. M. To i m. P. M. To i p. M. M st., a it. Or Chile. A. P a his Ltd a. 425 Mill sr., , i a. Of ases of the stomach and intestines a specially items condensed. Wanted a local agent to advertise Ami introduce the new educational w. In a websters dictionary and Las of the world. Must la educated Aud Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The a a afield publishing company Akron Ohio. A $2,000,000 Plant will be built by the forged steel wheel company at Butler. The lire companies of Pittsburg Are going a the future to carry oxygen outfits to resuscitate firemen and other persons who become overcome by smoke. Two Young girls waylaid on the Boulevard in Pittsburg by two Burly negroes Are in a serious condition As the result of the subsequent struggle. The taxpayers of Trevorton Northumberland county have brought suit against the Road commissioners of Zerbe township for alleged Over taxation on the instalment of water pings. Nine workmen who were repairing the Borough Reservoir at Mou Tours Ville four Miles away from Williamsport were thrown into she Susque Hanuka River when their Bon Sank. Three were unable to swim and there was great difficulty in rescuing Harry Neufer. Who almost Drew his rescuer Down with him. The others were rescued without difficulty. Robert Daley of the Pittsburg Bureau of electricity was tried on the grounds that he is incompetent and that he performed work for private in Devi deals. The testimony showed that he had connected a number of business houses so that police help could be called in Case it should be needed but he expressed himself As being co fid ent of acquittal. Postal inspector Rose and a Deputy marshal arrested Samuel Lewis a Montrose hotel Porter tor alleged robbery of Post office boxes. They say that when Lewis went to the office to get the mail from the Box rented by his hotel lie stuck hie slender Arm into other nearby boxes through the hotel Box and took letters out of them. He ha6 been sent to jail in default of bail. Darby is said to have More dogs than any other Borough in Delaware county. In other towns in that Section they Are waging a War on the canines Many of which Are said to have Cross e<1 the county Liue when the Philadelphia dog Catcher began his rounds. Trolley traffic on the leh Igli Valley transit company s lines Between North Wales and Ambler has fallen off considerably lately because of a Boycott of the working classes. The company a attempt to collect another fare Between the two towns is the causo Aud the workmen who formerly Rode on tie trolley lines now travel on the Feam Road. The offer of the company to sell commutation tickets at a Low rate had no results. William c. \dam6 went to a Sas office at Chester to pay a Bill and there saw miss Mildred Temple. He sought an introduction and immediately became a caller at her Home. In three weeks Mildred had changed her name to mrs. Adams. The National convention of the american Fedre Atlon of Catholic societies started yesterday at Pitt Borg. Among the visitors were two Indian chiefs red Willow Aud White horse. It is the picture of red Willow that adorns the $5 Bills and Given an eur r v Daatio ovation n his arrival to the Smoky City. Masked robbers Home of Peter Brad Ley Aud his wife who live on a truck farm near w likes Barre and bound Aud gagged the old couple while they pilfered the House. The Vij lians secured $200 and the Man and woman who Are nearly 10 years of age were found unconscious Aud Aro now in a critical condition. Or. William Maun Irvine president of the Mercersburg Academy at Mer Kersburg has announced that a gift of 25,000 has been made to that institution to be used in the building of a new gymnasium. The name of the donor is withheld. Neafie amp levy8 shipyard in Philadelphia has been chosen As the site or a new immigration station by Secretary Nagel of the department of com Merce and labor. No less than thirty locations were presented for consider tinn. The new Public buildings will l i of a a a a a r ? scr a Quot it a in 1 will in no a a. V it porn trim of coif. . Considerable reeling was manifested in Council Friday eve Over the deplorable condition of the old canal especially the upper end which has become foul and unsanitary beyond anything Ever experienced in the past. Or. Everhart reported that owing to the protracted drought the canal Between Beaver Street and the Brake beam Plaut has become foul and poisonous Ami As the result fish Are dying by the hundreds and that in various stages of j decay they May be seen floating about on the surface of the stagnant water presenting a nauseating spectacle and adding to the bad doors that naturally belong to the old ditch a stench doubly horrible which makes life miserable in that part of town. He warned Council on behalf of the Long suffering citizens that the limit of endurance has been reached and that unless the Borough come to their Rescue drastic measures would be adopted which Council May deplore or. Gurry reported that the matter had been brought to his attention and that the citizens demand that the Borough remove the dead fist the most of which Are Large sized Carp or. Everhart called attention to a rank growth of Quot cat tails in the canal West of heaver Street which obstructs the water Way and adds to the foul condition of the upper portion. To recommended that a Drain be Dag along the entire length of the canal to the end that the Sta guat water might be carried off. At this juncture or. Lies called attention to the fact that the proposition to Drain the canal would be the pipes under the culverts Are clogged. It was his opinion too that the Borough would assume a risk if it entered on the canal property either to dig a Drain orto remove the dead fish As the d. L. Amp w. R. R. Company Lias posted notices All along the canal in that part of town forbidding trespassing. The outcome of it was that on motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that the Secretary be instructed to communicate with the d. L. Amp w. R. R. Company describing conditions and requesting that it Abate the Ulsan of. On motion of or. Deutsch it was. Ordered that the state department of health As Well As William e Meehan commissioner of fisheries be notified of the condition of the canal. The report of Borough electrician Newton Smith was received which showed that the Plant was in operation 272 hours daring july and that the total Cost of operating the Plant for the month was $�37.58. Sixty tons of Coal at $2.50 per ton were consumed. On motion the d. L. A w. R r. Co. Was granted permission to repair the Street leading from Church Street to the station of that company. On nation of or. De tech it was ordered that the Street commi66ioner be instr noted to repair front Street leading from Mill Street eastward. Crushed Limestone will be used on motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that d. L. Amp a. Avenue be filled up in front of tie property of Cortis Cook spells from the Stone Yard to be used. Attention was called to the foul condition of a Drain at the Titel property on North Mill Street. On motion of or. Deutsch it was or dated that the Street commissioner be instructed to investigate the matter Aud report to the sower committee in order that a remedy May be applied As soon As possible on motion of i Everatt it was ordered that a sewer Extension be made on West Mahoning Street to take in i the new properties of j. W. Phillips Aud others the following members were present Schat Cleaver. Lie Jones Marshall Curry. Everhart Donnelley and Deutsch. The following Bills were approved for payment. Borough depot. Regular employes.117.50 James Gibson. 25.50 e p. Miller. 4ti-,o Hazleton achy. Amp Supply co 10.35 Joseph Lechner. To of Cage f. Reifsnyder. 39.51 a. F. Hartman. 3.00 d. L. W. R. R. Co. 37.77 Lator and hauling. 260.80 Wallace a. Hoover. 3.60 w. M. Wynn 47.42 b. 0. Tillinghast. 120.00 Silver Springs Quarry co 8.84 w Ater depot. Regular employees p. H. Font. D. L. A amp w. R. R. Co. Labor on streets. Peoples Coal Yard. Lehigh Coal amp Nav. Co. Goal a Iron co Illel it result of saturdays games Berwick 2 Danville. 1. 11 innings. Nanticoke. 5 Nescopeck 1. Benton o Alden. 3. Shickshinny 7 Alden 3. Fridays game. Bloomsburg 4 Shickshinny 3. A standing of the clubs w. L. Nanticoke. .14 3 .824 Danville. 12 4 .750 Shickshinny. 9 8 .529 Nescopeck. .8 9 .471 Beuton. ____7 9 .438 Bloomsburg 7 9 .438 Berwick. 6 11 .358 Alden. .4 14 a too saturday failed to produce any change whatever in the relative staud aug. Danville a defeat and Nanti Cobez Victory Over Nescopeck boosts Nanti cokes chances some but done to cinch the matter by any Means. Nanticoke has played one More game than Danville Aud the locals have two to play off. Mark it Down. Things Are going to happen Aud Danville is going to be right in the midst of them. The team s second to none. The Danville Susquehanna league team suffered a temporary setback in their Pennant chasing aspirations on saturday when after holding the score 1-1 for ten innings Berwick slipped in one on Thern in the eleventh and Ciuch eds the game. The game was a pitchers Battle from the Start Aud was pretty nifty throughout. Quot Pinkie Coveleskie had his shooting Irons in a working order and pitched Nis Best game since he has been with the team. He had fourteen strikeouts and no passes the league record. Ber wok had the misfortune to Loose their Star twirler Thompson in the fifth when he was hit by a foul from his own Bat and had to retire. Pace was substituted. A Large Bunch of the base Ball fraternity accompanied the Brown on their trip to the enemy a country and made things hum on the least provocation. Neither Side scored until the fourth a inning when Danville opened and Clos-1 de her Side of the chalking. Thomas got a based on balls and gained second on Metzler a sacrifice. Livengood flick out to right Field. Thomas making third after the throw. Love Leskiew shit Toje entre brought Thomas Over the plate with our ouly bit of Joy. Do Oley next Mau up. Flied out. Retiring the Side. Berwick brought in the first tally in the seventh when Ash smashed ont a three Bagger. Something then happened that caused much grief and not a few tears among the faithful. With Ash of third Hess in anticipation of the squeeze play played up close. Coveleskie not seeing him threw the Ball to third. Hess failed to connect of course. The Ball punctured the air Over the base and disgusted lost itself in the crowd. Ash scooted Home. Present no. 1. There was no further scoring Nutil the eleventh. In Berwick s half Dag Gett Berwick a left fielder flied out to Tnomas. Kaiser next up. Hit to right Field while Pace followed with a hit to Center advancing Kaiser to third. Mellan knocked a Long foul to left Field which markers caught. The crowd at third base interfered with his throwing and Kaiser Caine Home on the throw with the necessary tally. The score Danville. A session of court Wae held Satur Day morning with his Honor judge Evans and associates Blee and welliver on the Bench. A ont use Only business on hand was that relating to the Transfer of liquor License at the hotel of William c. Dougherty on Northumberland Street. More than usual interest attached to the petition for Transfer by reason of some complications that existed Aud the eminent counsel employed. Promptly on saturday morning John h. Car Luau esq., of Wilkes Barre was of baud for the third time during the last three weeks in the interest of the Transfer. There was no remonstrance tiled in the present Case Aud everything promised Clear sailing. Nol. Pros. Allowed. Before proceeding with the petition for Transfer or. Garmeau addressed the court asking that a not pros be Al Lowed in the Case of Commonwealth is. William c. Dougherty the charge being Quot carrying concealed deadly or. Jarman fully explained All tie circumstances which made it appear that the Case was one in which judicial clemency might he very consistently exercised. His hour judge Evans accordingly allowed a nol. Pros., the defendant to pay the costs. Good Cha racier established the petition of John f. Tooey for a Transfer of License at the Doglu try stand was then taken up. Major o. P. Gearhart. William Turner Patrick Hickey George Lewis Aud William Deutsch were called to the stand in succession. The testimony was unanimous in showing that the applicant was a Man of Good character and eminently qualified to conduct a hotel. Among additional facts adduced was that William 0. Dougherty the then Licensee was the owner of the staud Aud that he desired to quit the hotel business. The License was formally transferred and Bond was approved by judge Evans saturday morning. Other business. Among other maters saturday s. J welliver and John Campbell were appointed viewers in place of Samuel Mowrey and Samuel Snyder appointed june 9, 190, who decline to serve for Good and sufficient reasons. In re Myrtle Appleman a Hareas of runs proceeding Case was continued until nov. 23, 1909, at Cost of the respondent. Paving ordinance on its Way it seems to be problematical whether or not paving on East Market Street will go Forward this season the Borough solicitor explaining she Law has shown that an endless amount of formality has to be complied with which will occupy practically All summer Aud autumn. Some of the councilmen however in View of the exceedingly bad condition of East Market Street Are loth to abandon the project to pave this year. With the Hope of being Able to do something yet this summer the rules were suspended at the last meeting of Council and the ordinance for paving was rushed through of the three readings being adopted with practically no change. On saturday morning the Ordi sauce was mashed to chief Burgess Ames Bury who is at Atlantic City for his signature a measure which was deemed advisable in order to Avert loss of valuable time. P. Amp r. \ Rensselaer mfg co a m. Peters. Standard Gas co Friendship fire co Joseph Lechner e b Brown $155.48 24.60 3.10 66.50 176.73 80.75 37.28 103.50 6.11 1.40 25.75 14 92 14.00 r h 0 a. E. Hess. 3b c 0 1 l 0 Umlauf so .0 1 0 3 0 Thomas Job. 1 10 j 1 Metzler of. .0 0 1 0 0 Livengood. 2b. 0 0 1 8 1 Cov Elessie p. .0 2 0 1 0 Dooley c .0 1 15 0 0 Mackert if 0 0 2 2 0 am Merman of .0 1 2 0 0 totals .1 6 32 11 2 Berwick r h 0. A. E. Mellan 2b 0 2 4 0 0 Ash. Is. 1 i 2 3 1 Fisher Lei 0 0 9 0 0 Moyer if. .0 0 2 0 0 Evans of. 0 0 4 0 0 Morris a. 0 1 h 2 0 Daggett if. 0 0 3 0 0 Kaiser 8b. 1 1 0 0 1 Pace p.0 1 1 2 0 Thompson a. 0 0 0 2 0 totals. J 6 33 9 2 Pai Ville 0 0 0 1 0 oooo 0 0 -1 Berwick 000000 1 000 1�?2 2 out when winning ran scored. Two base hits Ami German Mellan. Three base bits. Ash sacrifice hits Metzler 2, Umlauf 1. Stolen bases Daggett 2, Dooley Metzler Maukert. Left on bases Danville 4. Berwick 3. Struck out. By Coveleskie 14. By Thompson 4, by Pace 8. Double plays. Ash. Base on balls off Coveleskie 0, off Thompson 2, off Pace i. Umpire Fisher. Time of game 2 30.found dead in front Yard Charles Moore aged seventy three years a prominent resident of Anthony township and Well known in Grange circles departed this life monday morning at his Home near Exchange. He was found lying dead in the front Yard near the Boose about eleven of clock. For. Moore lived in Anthony town slip the greater part of his life. Over fifty years ago be. Together with five Brothers Aud one sister removed to that Section from Snyder county. For Many years the whole number were in various ways prominently identified with the life of the country there about. His wife Wiio with one brother. Henry Aud sister mrs. Ronche both of Ohio survives him is the daughter of the Lare Squire Strone. Spending vacation. Or. And mrs. Hugh g. Curry of Brooklyn and or. Hns Rod Mussel Mau of Philadelphia Are visiting relatives in this nity. Wotli or. Curry and or. Musselman were Danville boys and May be relied upon to torn up Here annually at vacation time. That their old friends bae not forgotten them is made Manifest by the cordial Welcome that each year awaits them. The contracts for cleaning the several school buildings of the Borough were awarded at the regular meeting of the school Board monday eve there was no Scarcity of bidders. In the first Ward there were live bidders. As follows mrs. Harry Kauffman $40.00 mrs. Benjamin Bookmiller $35.00 Are. Nancy Kennedy $50.00 mrs. F. P. Ross $48.00 mrs. Charles Baker. $35.00. On motion of or. Barber the contract for cleaning the first Ward school building was awarded to mrs. Book Miller. There were three bidders for the work of cleaning the second Ward building As follow mrs. Anna Flanagan. $25.00 mrs. Horry Kauffman $25.00 mrs. Ella Lynn $80.00. Of motion of or. Redding the contract was awarded to mrs. Lynn for a. There was Only one bidder for tie cleaning in the third Ward building a mrs. Oharles Keefer. Her figure was $24 00. On motion it was decided not to award the contract for cleaning the third Ward building last night. There was Only one bid also for cleaning the fourth Ward building that of mrs. Rebecca Lovett who agreed to do the work for $24 0. On motion of or. Heiss the contract for Cima Piug the fourth Ward building was awarded to mrs Lovett at the above figure. On motion the contract for Cima Piug the Welsh Hill school House was awarded to mrs. Anne Anderson at $5 00. I. Evans and miss Bird were present at the meeting Aud on being called upon to give an expression of Opin Ion concerning a change of spellers both recommended the Spaulding and Miller speller to take tiie place of the one in use no to the present. On Morion therefore the Board decided to adopt the Spaulding and Mil Ler speller for use in the schools. Or. Burns reported that contracts for desks Aud tables for the schools had been awarded to John Doster s sons As the lowest bidder. As pertained to the desks in the High school room which it was proposed to replace with new he said the committee would recommend that the desks at present in use he overhauled and that if possible they be retained in use. On Morion the Board adopted the recommendation of the committee and it was decided to employ a couple of expert workmen to overhaul the desk a. Elected teacher. A b. Moyer of Fuu Hury was ele Ted teacher of and mathematics in the High school to succeed John Kase who . The Salar was fixed at $99 per month. He was recommended fur. The Posi Tion by the committee of teachers and certificates who were satisfied As to his qualifications. Or. Moyer is thirty years of age and is married. He is a graduate of tiie Rio Omsberg state Normal school and also of the Lebanon Valley College. He has had eleven years experience in team Liing. Miss Frances Hiatt who last year was Pupil teacher on Morion was elected first Supply teacher for the coming Terra. Miss Mary Jameson was elected Supply teacher in the High school. Miss Hattie Kase was also elected As Supply teacher. The following members were present Sechler Orth Barber Burns Redding Shultz Puree Fischer Heiss. Cole Ami Swarts the following Bills were approved for payment Frank Fry. Adams sex. Co Montour Democrat freight Aud Dravage. Edward Sainsbury a. J. Gearhart f. M Owen Erza Haas. Standard Gas of Elijah Morgan c. L. Eggert Friendship fire co. Set i Lormor. United Tel amp Tel. Cd freight on Coal. East Boston Coal of Danville Sto. Amp mfg co David it voc. 1 Oum of the ordinance Lor paving East Market Street which passed Council on its third Reading Friday night and which saturday morning was forwarded to Atlantic City for the approval of chief Burgess area Bury came Back to Dan Ville monday morning properly signed. The next step in the proceed re will be the posting of handbills explaining the paving proposition Aud notifying ail those who Are dissatisfied that they May Appeal to court. A order that no time might be lost As soon As the ordinance arrived yesterday morning president Andrew Schatz issued a Call for a special meeting of Council to be held at 8 o clock monday right. At the meeting on motion it was resolved that at least twelve baud Hills he posted in conspicuous places along the Liue of proposed improvement explaining the passage and approval of the ordinance As Well As the fact that the petition was signed by two thirds of the owners of property representing not less than two thirds in the number of feet of the property fronting or abutting on the said part of said Street proposed to be paved and curbed and Tibt any person interested Aud denying the fact that said petition was so signed May Appeal to the court of Oom Mon Picas within sixty Days from the passage or approval of said ordinance and present a petition to the said court betting Forth tiie facts tor the proper inquiry and determination of court in the premises. As is shown by the foregoing sixty Days must elapse before the next Aud final step can be taken in the procedure. Council however Lias not abandoned the Hope of being aide to begin the work of paving tiie coming autumn hence the haste with which the signature of tiie Burgess was procured and the special meeting was called to take action on the hand a heavy Drain Henry Grove assisted by his son David has undertaken the difficult Job of repairing the condemned desks a in the High school room so As to make them serviceable for another year. He entered upon the work yesterday morning. Tiie desks in question have been in service for some thirty years and As the result of the hard Wear Aud tear to which they were exposed they have become very shackle to say nothing of the manner in Wirich they Are scarred and defaced. They have been repeatedly repaired so that the screws in numerous instances refuse to hold any longer. Tiie school Board had practically decided to throw out the desks and install new ones. The Cost involved which would amount to several Hundred dollars caused the Board to go slowly however. It was discovered that tiie desks Are made of Cherry that they Are Large and comfortable and altogether Are such desks As Cau not be obtained at the present Day. At this juncture some one suggested Henry Grove As an expert Workman in that line who might be Able to repair the desks so that they would answer for several in View of the big Antn of Money that might thus be saved it was considered Worth while to make a trial. Accordingly or. Grove was employed. By last evening he Lead completed nearly one and there was not one that was not practically As Good As new when it left his hands. The desks Are All taken apart by or Grove the tops being piqued and Sand papered where the screws will no longer hold As frequently occurs in the slats belonging to the seats rivets Are inserted. There Are some ninety desks infill to go Over in this Way which makes it reasonably Clear that or. Grove will need pretty nearly All the rest of the vacation period to Complete his fishing is real sport 2.00 .25 2.00 11.65 17.47 11.35 .50 1.20 1.25 3.00 6.75 6.75 3.00 6.00 166.21 465.52 402.61 21.10h alts work on new Yards a preliminary injunction was granted yesterday by judge Savidge restraining the Pennsylvania Railroad from continuing its work 011 tiie property of the Banbury Lewisburg a Milton Street car line in Northumberland. Options on a Large amount of property were procured by or. Mcnitt of the trolley line for the purpose of running the line through Northumberland to we infield. This property is now being appropriated by the Pennsylvania for its new Yards. Bradford is now holding its a old Home week. A Aud tiie Celebration is very successful. The effects of tiie severe drought is Felt at tiie water works in an unprecedented Drain upon the Reservoir caused by the unusual demand for water for sprinkling purposes during tiie entire Day the pumps Are kept Busy working almost to tiie limit of their it Apa it ii. With one half or perhaps a greater proportion of the hydrants of town open at the same time As frequently occurs the effect can easily to imagined Aud the question Nat Rahv a. U Sis itself vhf if a fire were of occur could the pm ski it suffice pressure to Send the streams i e c needed a that this a a mention adroit of a <1 Erable doubt was demonstrate but a a occurrence last week when i e ii a broke out at the Daub la u div a machine company s Plant must have been general about town judging from the effect at the water works. The Pomps were never known to work ranch harder even during a fire. Fortunately the Blaze at the foundry was extinguished without drawing of the water main hut the attaches of the water works Are confident that if Tipiere Iliad been a tire at that hour which would have required three or gut streams of water the pumps would have been unable to give the pressure needed. In View of the fact Chat a dangerous ire is Likely to occur at any time just at this season while the demand Lor water is so great water takers Are asked at the first sound of the lire Bell to discontinue sprinkling in order to give tiie firemen All the pressure they need. Under Ady circumstances it would be Only for a few moments and would naturally entail Little inconvenience on those engaged in sprinkling whereas unless some such precaution a employed a fire might gain great headway through Lack of sufficient pressure. A parsonage is not non taxable Down in Cumberland county judge Sadler has just announced a decision which is of importance in every com inanity. The congregation of the african methodist episcopal Zion Church in Carlisle built a parsonage connecting it with the Church and holding that the two were practical a one building and therefore non taxable. Judge Sadler has just ruled against the Coute Niou of the coloured Brethren doing so with great reluctance he said but compelled to obey the Law. It has been held for Many years that a parsonage connected with the pulpit is exempt from taxation because it is actually part of the Church Structure. Patriotism is Best illustrated by a devoted and upright life. Fishing from the River Bridge has become a popular Aud exhilarating pastime. There is Seldom an hour Dur ing the Day when half a dozen lines May net be seen dangling from the lower sidewalk with Tho same number of Isaac Waltons hanging Over the Iron rail intently watching the bait. It is Seldom that the Fisherman is enabled to to bulge in his sport under such Peculiar conditions. 1 Jyh the sidewalk of the Bridge the Eye Tufts in a wide area of water which at present is so Clear that not Only is the Bottom distinctly visible hut every fish great and Small that Imp Nsoto Couie that Way. J lie Fisherman from the Bridge dues not cast his line Blini by. Lie first spies his fists. After having selected the largest he drops the bait As near As possible to the fishes use. It is Here that the real excitement of fishing from the Bridge comes in. Many of the Blok Bass Are veritable monsters Aud to Hook one of them would be to capture a prize Worth having but what can he More provoking and cause greater suspense than to see one of these big Fellows moving leisurely about in close proximity to the balt and All the while affecting not to Quot see it. Now and then a Black Bass is hooked from the Bridge but up to the present none of the big ones have been caught which would make the Effort Worth for labor met by Bureau Washington. A or. 11. Work has been a Coreil for 8,0 10 persons doring the past six weeks through the information division of the department of Point nerve and labor. Most of them have gone to the wheat held of the Northwest although according to a statement made by the department labor is much in demand a in factories As Well As on the Fairn. The division on information under a ruling by assistant Secretary of. Harg is club Ned in its operations to unskilled labor the Tabor organizations having protested against any activity on the part of the govt run it looking to the employment t to skilled labor. An agreeable change. Barring the crying need of a weather conditions were Nearl yesterday. The Coli wave follow closely on the hot wave which us the highest records of the set constituted a most agreeable Clu Mercury yesterday morning Reed 56 and was lower than at an since Only �?~16, when it registered the same hour of the Day. At Noou yesterday the Thermo stood at 75. The mean Tempe tuesday was 80. The gentle Shower would be w welcomed Here always jest now

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