Hotel McHenry, Latrobe
*-te—-—— Hotel McHenry at Latrobe. The Latrobe Clipper expects to run a board bill of $100 at Hotel McHenry next summer or else the editor has about that much free silver right down in his pocket, else how could he have a bun* dred dollars worth of taffy for the pro-- prietor in one issue of the paper. After describing the house in unstinted words of praise.speaking of the proprietor being an Indiana county man, a soldier in the dark days of the Civil war, losing a limb in defence of his cquntry at the battle of Gettysburg, clever and obliging,, so that those who stop once, come again, he adds "Mrs'. McHenry is the right person in the right place and when we say that she is a lady in every sense of the term we only pay a deserved tribute to her worth, not only as a landlady, but as a wife and mother as wel]."' Certainly as much depends upon the landlady as the landlord, sometimes more. Mrs. McHenry is from Indiana county also where there are good home keepers, good cooks, good people all around. She is an aunt of Mrs. Wir.'lain Stewart of the Second ward.