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PLEftSE 8EMES13ES Little Drops o f Prin! er’s InS^ A l it t le Type Displayed, Make Our Merekaiit Princes And AUTkeirBig Parade. H. P. W ITH E R S T itlE, Proprietor. Terms:—^$1.50 a Year, or $1.00 Strictiy|in Advance. YOLUME LIV. 8 Pages. HEEKIMER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1894. NUMBER 9. An Itsiian ana Ms Stiletto. ' PBANK LAFAZIA slashes THOMAS BSSIDHE AND ESCAPES. I N ^ r a n R fo r t tJ isre a r e a b o u t tiw?ee . iiim d r e d ItoK a n s , it is HOt SUP' p r isiiig tR a t tb© s ^ t i l e t t a sb o iiid fla s li a m o n g th e m o c c a s i o n a l l y . A b o u t 7:30 M o n ­ d a y e v e n in g , t i g n t in. f r o n t o f t h e J o d in |b lo c k , th e b ig ­ g e s t I t a l i a n in t o w n , F r a n k Lafazia^ d r e w A l o n g s tillo to a c r o s s t h e f a c e of ' a n o th e r I t a lia n w h o s e n a m e a p j^ars o n h is p a s s p o r t a s T h o m a s B ridge. !H i e s e w a s a C ! » w d o f people in th e v i c i n ity , a n d t h e y w e r e startled b y th e s c r e e c h th a t B r idge g a v e w h e n th e k n i f e w e n t i n t o h i s flesh . CJhief o f P o lice C lark w a s in. t h e t h i r d s t o r y o f t h e J o s l in b lock a n d lo o k in g ou t 1 o f t h e w in d o w s a w a t a g la n c e w h a t h a d transpired. H e sh o u ted to th e p e o p le b e lo w to ca t c h th e , a s s a ila n t b u t f o r v e r y good rea s o n s th e y k e p t th e ir d ista n c e . L a f a z ia r a n u p L itch ­ field s treet, w e a p o n in h a n d . A m a n w h o w a s a t w o r k repairin g a sid e ­ w a l k sto o d w i t h a n a r o v e r h is sh o u ld e r an d sa w t h e I t a l i a n c o m in g . P e o p le th o u g h t i ^ t h e r e w a s o n e Ita lia n t h a t w o u ld n o t escape. B u t th e m a n w i t h tfeo a x s a w th e k n i f e a n d l e t t h e fello w p a s s . ' C h ief o f P o lice C lark i n t h e m e a n ­ tim e p r e s s e d a carriage i n t o s e r v ic e a n d w ^ in h o t p u r s u it, f o llo w e d b y a cro w d o f a b o u t 5Q v illa g e r s . W h e n h e s a w th a t t h e r e w a s d a n g e r o f b e ­ in g o v e r ta k e n i f h e k e p t t o th e r o a d , L a f a z ia td o k t o t h e w o o d s a n d m a d e go o d h is e s c a p e . T h e c o u n t r y r o u n d ­ a b o u t w a s search e d fo r a n h o u r o r m o r e b u t ho tr a c e w a s fo u n d o f M m . ^ i d g e i s a y b n n g m a n w h o h a s b e e n em p lo y e d i n t h e c o n s truci^on o f th e w a t e r W o rks a t IH o a , i s m tuTied a n d h a s o n e ch ild a n d o c c u p ies a ' h o u s e in F r a n k fo r t . T h e w o u n d w h i c h h e received, w h ile g^uite Un U g ly on e , i s n o t l & e l y w ith g o O d care to p r o v e seriou s . T h e g ^ h com ­ m e n c e s j u s t ab o v e th e le f t e y e a n d ex t e n d s d o w n acro s s t h e ch e e k t o t h e lip . - I t w a s d r e ^ e d b y !Drs. S k if^ a n d B ich a r d s , a n d l a t e l a s t n ig h t B r idge w a s ab le t o p o k e M s h e a d o u t o f a w m d o w an d s a y h e w a s a l l r ig h t. T h e ca u s e o f t h e a s s a u lt co u ld n o t b o d e fin it e ly ascertain e d . B r idge s a y s L a f a z ia w ^ a t h is h o u s e Sun- »day n i g h t a n d h e ,, f o r so m e re£^on, ordered h im to lea v e , a n d th a t i s th e o n ly t r o u b le t h a t t h e m e n a r e k n o w n to h a v e h a d . t L a fazia is a b o u t 22. years o ld . He is a sin g l e m a n a n d liv e d .h i t h e q u a r ter c a lled “ T ribula- tio m B o w ,” H e g a in e d a liv e lih o o d ‘ b y p e d d lm g o n iq n s f g a r lic a n d o th e r fa v o r it e I t a lia n edibles, H e i s n e a r ­ ly s i x fe e t ta l l ^ d str o n g l y b u ilt. S e so m e w h a t r e s e m b les a m u la t t o i n appearance. H e h a s a sm o o t h face, w o i o a slo u c h h a t and. a b lu e sa c k coat. < > ThoxtSRRd Islands. T h e T h o u s a n d Islm id -Steam b o a t Com p sm y , a s usuM , h a v e th e fin e s t lin e o f b o a t s o n th e S t . I n w r e n c e riv e r . T h e y a r e fitted ex p r e s d y for th e accom m o d a tion a n d c o m f o r t . o f th e i r p a s sengers. 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T h e stea m e r s ru n a s fo l l o w s : S tea m e r -St. L a w r e n c e r u n s b e tw c o n C la y to n a n d A leicandria B a y , an d i n t h e e v e n ­ in g m a k e s .m eleefadc search l i g h t to u r o f t b e isla n d s ; ste a m e r E m p ire S t a t e ru n s b d iw e e n a l l riy e r points- .a h d K in g s to n , C a n a d a ,, d a ily , ex c e p t S u n d a y a n d M o n d a y , w h e n sh e ru n s o n e x c u i s i o n s t o O g d e n s b u r g ; s tea m ­ e r Isla n d e r m a k e s a to u r o f th e isla n d s © v e r y a ftern o o n ; steam e r J e s s i e B a in ro t o s b e t w e e * O a iw T in - c e n t a n d A lex a n d r ia B a y . T h e oth e r ' I m t s o f t h e c ^ p a n y rim in r e g if ia r ly b e t w e e n v a r io u s riv e r p o in ts, a n d m a y b e c h a r tered b y p r iv a t e , ; 5 ^ ” T h e earlier s y m p t o m s o f d y s ­ p e p s ia, h e a r t b u r n a n d occa s io n a l h e a d a c h e s , s h o ; ld n o t b e n e g lected , A Street Sprinkler. D id th e ta x p a y e r s an d tru s t e e s ev e r s to p t o consider w h a t a ;savm g o f Idbor o n h ig h w a y s w o u ld b e w r o u g h t w i t h a str e e t sprinkler? T h is i s a q u e s tion wMch^ d e m a n d s th e a t t e n t io n o f a ll w h o w a n t good rpads i n our v illa g e .' In th e v illa g e o f H e r k im e r th e t r u s t e e s anb e x p e n d ­ in g f r o m #10,000 t o |12,000 ea c h y e a r on ;ou r h ig h w a y s . S treets a r e grav^ eled o n e y e a r an d t h e d u s t a n d m u d scrap e d u p t h e n e x t y e a r a n d h a u led off. L o w p laces a r e le f t ih w h ich th e w a t e r s ta n d s for d a y s , a n d u n t il th e s t r e e t s are a g a m graveled . T h is p r o c e s s i s r e p e a ted y e a r a fter y e a r a t a n en o r m o u s e x p e n s e a n d is o n ly a w a s t e o f t h e corporate fu n d s . T h e fa c t t h a t w e a r e t o h a v e m a c a d a m iz­ ed road s doesn’t o b v ia t e th e difficul­ ty , b e c a u s e th e s e r o a d s w i l l g r in d up, w e a r a n d becom e ru t t y , u n less k e p t h a r d b y reg u la r sp r in k lin g . A E roads, if-k e p t e v e n ly sp r in k led , w E l b e h a r d a n d free f r o m d u s t o r m u d . E o a ^ th a t are k e p t h a r d m th i s w a y w i l l sh e d w a t e r in a h e a v y rain storm a n d wiU n o t b e c o m e so f t an d m u d d y , an d th e r e b y ru t. L o w an d bad p la c e s can t h e n b e fix e d w i t h a sm a E a m o u n t o f cru s h e d sto n e or g r a v e l, an d i n a s h o r t t i m e aE s t r e e t s . Doesn’t Own the Street. t h e ' PEDESTRIAN ALWAYS HAS THE RIGHT OP WAY, AND NOT THE BI­ CYCLE OR .THE HORSE. •M AN-on a b icycle doesn’t o w n th e street. T h is p r o p - oBition sh o u ld b e s o clea r ly sta t e d a s t o b e u n i v e r s a l - l y a c c e p t e d T h e r e i s n o d e n y ­ in g th U t a recfc less s p ir it i s d e v e h o p in g a m o n g cer­ ta in b ic y c l e r i d e ^ , u n d e r th e delu­ sion o f w h ich t h e y t h i n k ev e r y tirin g ' m u s t g i v e w a y t o th e m . T h e y s p e e d a lo n g a t a ra t e t h a t w o u ld secu r e th e d r r e s t o f a m a n on a horse. T h e y o ften faE t o y i n g t h e beE, a n d , often- er, rin g in g th e m , re g a i^ th a t a s a n o tice t h a t ev e r y b o d y m u s t g e t ou t o f t h e ir w a y . N o w a n d th e n th e y h i t s o m e b o d y . S o m e t im e s t h e resu lt ,is f a t a l. N o w th e rig h t o f w a y be­ lo n g s t o t h e m a n o n fo o t . H e i s th e m o s t n u m e r o u s p a r t y arid h is is th e first caE o n p o s it ion . N o b ic y c list n o r h o r s e m a n ca n afford to forget th i s fa c t. T h e m a j o r i t y o f th e b i­ c y c l e rid e r s u n d e r s tan d aE th is, of I j r a v e A , a n u i n a s n o x y D i i n e a i i sw r y e i/S vj^v/x^ aavicxo iAuu.v?xoi;ayAu. cwul taxus; v x w iE b e b e a u tifu l an d n o t u n p l e ^ a n t cou r s e , A n d E v e u p to th e la w . B u t to l i v e u p o n , a s w e E a s d u r a b le. T h e r e i s ab o u t f i v e m f les o f r o a d i n th e vE lage an d a t e a m ca n h e h ired for, s ^ #3 a d a y , fo r th e season, w h ich w iE tra v e l o v e r Yhe viE a g e a n d sp r in k le t h e r o a d s t h r e e t im e s a d a y . T h is w o u ld b e n e c e s s a r y a b o u t ISO d a y s in a y e a r , a n d W ould a m o u n t t o ab o u t $450, W h e r e could' $450 b e s p e n t o th e r w ise o n o u r M g h - w a y s a n d so m u c h g o o d arid im p r o v e ­ m e n t accom p lished? T h e w a y t h streets a r e s p r ink led n o w b y in d iv id - UJfisis ficn ou trage, S o m e sp o t s in th e road a r e aE m u d a n d oth e r s co v ­ ered w E h d u s t. T h e j i ^ t an d W a t e r C<jiam issioners,c^^ af­ ford t o g i v e t h e v fila g e t h e w a t e r , for th e con s iu n p tion w o u ld b e gradual a l l d a y . T h e s e a r e th o u g h t s to w h ich t h e a t t e n t io n o f th e citizen s a n d t h e Y’iflage B o a r d are d irected. E a c e s a t t t e r k m o y . T h e m id -su m m e r m e e t in g o f .th e H e r k im e r D r iv in g P a r k A s s o c i ^ o n aA H e r k im e r , W e d n ^ d a y a n d T h u r s ­ d a y o f th is w e e k p r o m ises to b e in ­ terestin g . PoE o w in g a r e t h e e n t r ie s : ■WXDHBSJJXY. Z-M Class, Pars© $150—Lillie, Q., c.tn., C.D. & E.H. Wheeler, West Winfield; Black Diam- nfi, blk. g., R. A. HirbV,- Dtica; Pood’ B.. b, 1 ,, Praiok Matty, Syracnse; Bonlile Jean, cb. m., M, N. Pearce, Newport; Harry T ,. cb, g., W. Tillinghast, Hion; Pearl, b. m., George W. Morris, Utica; Princes Gcront, b. m.. Golden ^ Morgan, Mohawk; J- L. B h blk. s„ C, W, Galasba, Richfield Strings; Major S., ch. g., G. W. Galnsha, Richfield Springs. 2:26 Glass, Parse S200—Barb Whe, ch. g., D. H. Oriiwtfins, Camden; Robin E., - — ^ D. Oran- dall,,Norwicb; L A. J-, b. g., R. A- Eirby, Uti­ ca; Mandam, b, g., Charles ^YanAfikin, Syra- cnsfel Hietor, cb. g., Charles VanAnkin, Syra­ cuse; Micky Free, hr.g.Ti g., Samuel Phelps, Sy« M., b. g,, 0. . 1 „G.D.4fe H. isty, ch. g., Henry i IM . ---- , F. M. White, Richfield Sigourney, Free,hr. case; Martin M., b. g„ 0 B. Snyder, Syracnse; sty, h g., G. D. H. H. Wheeler, West Winfield; Musty, ch. g., H Cady, Glovers- Ed-wardM. ----- , F. M. Wh Springs; Panstone, -— , Smith Tom EUis, ch. TitmsDAX. * 2:&5 Class, Parse $150-Dlamond, blk. g., R, A. Kirby, Utica; Elyx, blk. g., M. N. Pearce, Newport; Micky Fr«se, hr- g.^ Satnnel Phelps, Syracuse; Metta, h m., K. J. Fergnson, West Albanyi Harry T., cb. g., W. TiHingha5t,Bioa; Wood Path, F. H-W h ite, Richfield Springs; Pearl, b. m., George Morris, Utica; MatG,e, J. Ferguson, Schenectady; Princes Gerent, b. m., Golden A; Morgan, Mokawk;J,L. B„ blk, G.W. Galnsha, Richfield Springs: Major S., ch. g,, O. W, Gakisha, Rfehfleld Springs- Free-for-all, Pmae Barb Wire, ch. g.,. D. H. Orimmins, Oaniden; Robin, E. D. Cran­ dall, Norwich; i . A. J m b. g.» R. A. Kirby, * U |i- 0»; Dick Trumpet, h. g., J- B. Blaises, S y r a ­ cuse; Mandam, b. g„ Charles VanAnkin, Syha- Hictonvl 1 ' GREAT GAME th e y e a r e j u s t e u o u g k o f th e h o g g is h a n d in c o n s id e r a t e t o g i v e a h a d n a m e to t h e w h o le lo t . W h e n p e o p le s e e a b icycle co m in g th e y b e g in to fe e l a a sen s e o f p e r il. T h is o u g h t n o t to b e a n d t h o s e rid e r s o f t h e w h e e l, th e g r e a t b o d y o f w h e e lm e n , w h o h a v e a n a tu r a l jea lo u s y fo r th e ' good n a m e o f t h e i r a r t o u g h t t o ex e r c ise a m o r a l p r e s s u r e o n t h e ca r e less a n d indiffer- en t. !lDEe ChRHtaiiqiia Assembiy^. T h e W e s t S h o r e E a E r o a d w E i n i n a g r a n d ex c u r s io n t o t h e C b a u t a u q u a A s s e m b ly ou S a tu r d a y , J u l y 2X it a t rab ^ 0 ff6.25rifom F r a Q k f o r tr T ickets wj E b e good ori tr a in s l e a v i n g a t 4 ;4a\ A. M., a n d good f o r r e tu r n jm s sage bn a n y reg u la r t r a in o n o r beford A u ­ g u s t 18th, 1894. C r iautauqua I ^ e , th e fa r -fem e d su m m e r r e s o r t, offers exceptiorial 6p^ p o r tu n it ii^ f o r a v a c a t io n ; its facE - H i e e f o r h e a l t h a n d m h i d im p r o v e - men% a s w e E a s racreatiori and- a m u s e m e n t, heirigiraBurpaaSed. T h e liberal t i m e l i m i t o n tic k e t s m a k e s a n ex t e n d e d v a c a t io n p o s s ib le an d ex c u r s io n ists h a v e i i r a t d a s a f a c E i t i e s a t g r e a t l y redu c e d -rates. CaE u p o n n e a r e s t , t i c k e t -$ ^ n t . W e s t S h o r e E a ilroad, f o r h a n d b E ls g i v i n g com p lete d e t a ils a n d a n y s p e d a l infO r n H ition y o u m a y r e q u ire. Sunday I’rain. T h e S u n d a y tra in t o T r e n ton F a lls, F u lt o n O h a in r O ld F o r g e , e t c ,, as b e ­ in g q u it e w e ll paxiranized. T h e rates, a r e v e r y reasonab le a n d o n a p lea s a n t d a y t h e .trip i s a v e r y fin e o n e . T w o d o llars t o O ld F o r g e a n d r e tu r n , $ 1.75 to Fulton C h a in a n d re t a r n a n d $.95 to Trenton Falls a n d return are th e rates. T h e t r a in lea v e s H e r k im e r a t 8:00 A. M., r e a c h in g F u lto n C h a in a t X0;15. R e tu r n in g lea v e s F u lt o n C h a in a t 6 ;00 p. m ., r e a c h i n g H e r k i­ m e r a t 8:07 p. M. T h i s g i v e s p le n t y o f t im e to m a k e t h e ex c u r s io n trip m th e h e a d o f F o u r t i r L a k e a n d retu r n , fare o n e dollar- -IN THT GOaUNG BALL UTTLB FALLS AND TT^T'RR- T h e gyea t e v e n t o f t h e m o n t h WiE h e th e F ield P a y o f t h e S l s t Sepm*ate - C o m p a n y , to b e h e ld F r id a y j J u l y ^ t h , i n s t e a d o f t h e 28th :as first a n ­ noun c e d , a n d th e - g r e a t e s t ca r d o f th e d a y ’s p r o g r a m w i l l b e th e b a ll gam e -feetw een t h e H e r k im e r a n d l i t ­ tle F a E s b u s in e s s m e n ’s d u b s . T h e w in n in g color w E | b e re^ o f course, a n d w o r n b y t h e H e r k im e r p la y e r s , l i t t l e F a E s w iU sp o r t th e laven d e r , h o p in g p e r h a p s , t o w i n th e sy m ­ p a th y o f t | i e F ^ p s th e r e b y : T h e L it­ tle F a E s ‘ -rooters” w iE b e u p in fu E fo r c e to ‘S q u e e z e ” fo r % e i r h o m e $eam , b u t th e y w f il b e m o r o t h a n jb a tch e d b y H e r k im e r ’s fam o u s- ricream ers. “R a t is” W ith e r a t in e w iE Ibe t h e r e , an d O liv e r P e r r y a n d ' 0 i n t . B e c k w i t h a n d T o m G r o s v e n o r a n d p?0m M u r r a y , lik e w i s e D o c . H o E o n a n d C h a r h e B e a r d o n a n d h u n d r e d s rif H e r k im e r ’s o th e r sw e e t singers, ji^fhen E d itor C r o w ley g o e s u p t o b a t a n d th e s e rooters le t th e m s e lv e s ' loose, h e w o u ld n ’t h i t a b a r n w i t h a lju n c h o f haE o o n s. 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