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Plattsburgh Republican. (Plattsburgh, Clinton County, N.Y.) 1813-1916, June 20, 1874, Image 1

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,ili<ilnui| lean UTILITY.— \Tho Greatest Good of thr Grp,»; f Jlnm! ~r. iM,.\TTsnrn<.H. CLINTON CO.. \. v.. SATIKDAV MOKMN*;. .H •>.::»«». 1-7 V;c;nitv Newi It?; The Bra-rr.-i. • \: \ • Th •lei, . th.Ul . dark if t - .i;.c • • gat.ee . ::. e.t.t. 1 _ ..1, i ! 1 • 1 .j ( -,. . : I'.i 11.. '- I' 1 i.i .. 1 T V — I.' : : •.< • \ i S \ T-. \ • i-p g i x-r a ; h ;-.<;. :i ;,•-> :!..• < .:u- -Tl.. a-', c a; •;i the .t:- oll \..'..... h. '. We ••• • -. . i :gh f. t t: .' tnrnir- t< .ft! :. :, 11. . .-,-: hi F.'.Jav T. t n -• 1 ' ••• ' ? ••: .n..~ •:• :. 1 »'.>- '. ' .e - •>• : i a; - .•SI.I*:.I. v.: ; In . : . I Mal- Tl. of a- ilia T: v. I. •'•• •> ' I 1. r bleach !ni(^ in :,'. 1- «t;l. -.,. :, w. :, ti. . C •hd;! ••!: l.« • \ 1 _' .Villi. .. tt...i I.I„. ilr. :•!.•.! 1 !.... 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'\ ,. 1 II !i«e lo liifM UiALiklUll. .. .- ., ,..-i t„ _• i.. ^. .1 - »u . Ii »iii! a^a.list '. iiiJiii^; thff j,t , l.i*i ::. tlir j: i.—.i t !•» a •n^ l.i r rvrii- ..- a. i '.li.l'ili. A O J>.«jf bl«»« nnr thrill—let ' I li»t U it ten >alitli.ic i.lllil.y •iT.'r,[ A' t ?i- York ... i.t.iHi.ng an iili^tiati.-n nf i.ur item , .. v.. i'k- «iiice, ji:vii:jj; a!i ac-.iuut of •r_ • 11 •• i :--:•. 11 btiiij; canii'il nvt-r tiieClay- !.• nnov.itr ! ...ii.l pu t in a omijik-te stale of tepair. at .1 Mr . :•.•.;•.! Mis . A. II. (ioi!jo at e en - g.i^t.l u-a.'i'ir.s t'i nsry mil tlie jinjcftt'il ]i!aii>. Tl.i.. lioeJ •>!'sucb s n iii>t)ti:fir.:s 1ms !-ii:^ i.i'Oii fc\.l in r;al!-b;irL.!i, am i tlie pro - joi'tnia »ii'-i v.u iiii.l.'i-laii.l aro Mrs--r-. S. I*. i liout 1 !!, A. \Y,l!i.ii!i», II . <>r\i5 ami A. W. I.an-in^; liavo ilmic !h.. piibllo a Venice in • fi:r:,i?!iing th # lii-ati, t.» .-tart it. Tlii^ IIol- i ly Tire Inn is simply a. temperaac citing r- 1III.1.I . COiivt'll '.l'- -I ' eu!'-ri-i Hunt -.ti ! . fu. i !y i, iin i i otber kiml of mrat for V, or 2 J cents, a cnji often o r tufli-(! lit 3 i'.:i!*, pies or ptulilings .'.am. ati.l his womlf-rtul escapp from a j saloon, culinccUd with nliicll is a reading • Ii .Iiatli. b>• bf'ing tbroun bi '.!.<; f,.ice rooui, ao«l acccmmoilations for keeping a vaVrbaik utu'nT iLeiiain. TLieitem , f e wpormancnt or tran-icn t guest* over nigbt. . : ••.Idi-ly copied, an d is bardiy ices- ,' T'euyiis can dmn in l,e,e at any hour an d ,••:- pi.Wished in th e Jwi'vs-PhUs- I g t !, at sh'.it noiieo, a liot steak or almost an y i • _• i:i.iii^i-.l to ritti-bitrgli, N. T . t o Jit I.-ton, an d Saranac to | tur 1'.'cents ami 1'tln'i eataljie* in tlie same in a'.i ..eoj'.ii.ti thtre imist be , prupotlion. The reading room U t o be well >.£ If.iks in th e Burlington | luiuished wit'n th e daily papers an d period- ; which were bunged tip an d | icals of th e day an.! n o more computable ihtly by th e recent stiingen t j place can bef'o;n:d in town for a tiled or f th e Vtniiont Prohibitory j hungry poison to spend a spare half heur. I ! L j i r Live. Last Wednesday the—UcpnbJi- ; tlie design of th e originators is faithfully j earrii d out this can hardly fail of Lccouiiiiga ! iKjiiiii.tr place of tesort. (.'.tn Mate Coufeiilion day—drunken men \u-ie scatti ad about the street of that viitu- i.i.- city ..s plenty as biack-berries in August ii!- leaves in Vallatnbrosa. Jt is earnestly Ie.p# ! that ii' >ne of the Ueleg.ites fell victim) i.i ill- j' iiiiey of Queen City lightning. Oil: teaJerj will obscrrc a n important buihe-- a;i:i'jiiin;e;ue:it iu ou r advcrt'.siiij; Lul-iai n tlii- week, tli.it of the great cP>?icig i.i.t sale ot Me»ia. (*ihu >i'e «fc Durgojne's diy Li'io.i- i:-tab!islime!. lu.'iiai'atory to leav- ing riat:-bi,i = ii. Wc uiiuYftUml tliat tlie linn \\ di nji.-U ai i cxtenaivo dry j^o.i.la lionet: i:. A.b.u.i di.lin,; t!.,? Ia!l..:*- [oil o f Auguit -•• >:.e •! '.'.i 1 ! '.i;^e>t iii that city. Many peo- jil.' . i <;;,•.!:.n county will regrrt thN chauije at, 1 «M nii.li.iib'.cdiy avail themselves of this ci'i-lii.' out »aie to secure great bargains which \\,'.] :. - -ll'i\ '.. The. salo commences t!r!» r>i'.:.i l.y iii'itnitis; at 1M o'clock. Titi ::i: liir- probably never been a time v,':- ti th e proprietors of Foo,..nil's Hotel were -o i'. !••! jitepar. d to ii. inister to the comfoit •'• i-iita ^ufljli m al uttstnt . ALout titn.c t!. i i .,'. ! •!'>:'.tr-> hi'.e been expended durin; the i.v-t 1 •'•'•' we*ks—mid ivcrrtliins aUcut il.» h-.'i••• n in th e oil'ue .iinl dining loo m !•• !!,. -in i.le.-t -.leeiiin^ loo m lias been made a- ;,- -.' aii.l 11 ii ii a- p is.-ible. The cottage ..v.u.'' by Mr. A'uio u Thomas, adjoining th e UtouiuN \f th e hotel o n th e south, has been re..:, d. a:. 1 v. 11! be ..cc'-inied by th o pet man- e!:'. u a.'h :'-, tliii-, ^iiiii^ iiioie room in the '.. ••.' I :...' l ''..•'.it-., wh o are no w be^iiiuiii' 1 ; to a .-..'• in ;n'.i'. ir.iii.':en. A\!'.M. '.!.<* laci-i'.n - of th e (i.-tieial • 'a:,. Tins: -'i lh.: >:ipi't ue Co m I third dc- ::.• :.t l.i 1 : at Alba'.iy, we nntice the fol- ; •: • I'll\' I'ri-i'I' , r.t. Diirjl'.r s an d ;. n ;. .1 :'.•• Kink \I'.\>:. Albai.« a^aiiet , II. .!o:i el ui—older of .Speci il T< i i:i I.I ', \...'.. i-'.'' v-.-'.a. The Fust Nati' na l , , I V. .U >'ni^!i :iJail.-t Kl.fu, Heat, n .., ,ii ^!.i!i!il l W it'll -fl o l.j-ls, 11!.Ii sS ap- i t p: i.t al.d -five ti.e ea.e and excep- • '„,),;,' Aiuu-t l-t.:md pay ?10co;t»of ,., ..i.d :! i t-::n !>••• Thoinas Arm- .- a :..,!.• t Smit h M. Weed -Order afl'nm- •:. -1 \• •-:-, with lib. rty to defendan t .• , O • . iiij la'iiit within tv.cntj dajs i-.:,. • • ' '•—:* >.! Sp.ri.w and (;..i.. ral '. i •> i i. ^ pa. !M. I• V I I III, I. Tb- I th t '.., a'.l.'.'id t!i- tieei- • f'-' ilili-hinent of a \o , jie is t o be tak- • e.\pi'!i-( s per ma n !? . i '.Ml .A !;l]i Viiii be a lout.d thoil-atid \'e:y ajiproj.. i.ite—eaeli dollar a yeir of th.' I'l\ of this Arctic !.•• Jioetn: ;•: .po-r- tw climb Mt. .s .\..l\i I.'.'t bi;j;h, dniin_' bis . ... !i I. is ne',. t _\et been per- il. >•:' i i: read.'i- dcsiie to join . 1, 11 h -':-;• .ii..p a hue ; ( > l>r. - .'Ii ! .i: :•:• M-iiday .•.•.- . •!..• ..-, : ! ... ll..- -Ai-iis\.!!' .. . ..-e '.I tie- St. A^t.es school ' a i.iif _' la !y fiuiii Clint'.u \liiy K'v-'i- ot Au-able Finks I .:.,••; ie. r ' ' r-, KMJ , took th e wl..i.'i wa - aw. it did— th e gold i haiins b« i n only on « otUfl\ j •!, tbc -.Oi\ [-I,/.-, 'Hit ti n III\ I \» e.raii!,'.tai!i i..--ay was \Vie- j aw.iids vale aiiimiuivftl, and i '.ov.idle. IJirhrp l>..aii.' vho, | Ministerial Association. The lint luetlin g oftlie Conference year, of th e riattiburjjIiDi&Uict ^1. E. Ministeri- al Association, wa s held a t the M. E. Church at 1'l.iluLurgh, June Oth, 1S74. The open- ing ti Unions services were conducted by Rev. W. J. Sand s of WilUboro, Eev. M. Wiiite oi C'liazy was < lectctl President, and Kev. Vi~. L. Smilh of Crown Point, Secretary. A large number of the ministers from t'.il- tir< i.t pait^ of otitic District, v.ere present,. nio-t of whom responded to the call of the Presiden t with articles o n th e stii'j.'e'.s as - signed them by th e Committee. Man y of th e essays ei.cited warm an d ex- tended discussion. Especially was this tru e ol't!ie ts=ay ol Kev. M. B. Mead of Platts - burgh, o n \Professional courtesies among Ministers\; J. YV. Thompson of Peru, an d V>. r L. Smith of Crow n Point, on •• Preaching domaimett tiy me ttmvsr; Wm. »». ii«ii_uu MI 'Suiiday School Literature. \ Tlie essary of Iter. Dr. AVitberspooii anil Kev. M . White o n th e \Jiesuroctiou of the body,\ an d of T . A. (iriffin, Presiding Elder of th e Distiict,, on '•Church Finance,\ were warmly endorsed,and accepted without crit- icism. During the afternoon of tlie iiisl day , there was a joint meeting of the District Steward s an d Preachers to take into consideration the matter of a Distiict Canipmeeting: after considerable discussion ther e wa s a commit- tee of live appointfd, three clergymen an d ; two lajiui-n, to who m th e whole matter wa s j le! i md. According tr> appointment Kev . W. L. , Smith preached on Tuesda y evening. I The Association voted to hold their next : in. i iiiiy; at Ctoivn Point, an d fixed the tim e I of meeliug for th e second Tuesday am i Wtd- 1 iiesdaj of Oct. (Oct. lJ an d li.) ! Aiuotis the succes-es of the meeting w»3 I llie reception given by I'residm g Elder Crif- i tin an d lady, to th e preachers an d thei r wives : at th e Di-trict l'.rsourige, o n Tuesday even- : in ^ after th e seivl. »s a t th e church. About t ...i-n'i -!:»« p: - : In : J v.eie present. After 1 tingin g an d social intercourse, \vu were sur- • p:i-etl by th e appealanc e of cake and ice i-i. . in. lint as Methodist ministers aiegen- ; iially e'i'.ia! to an y iineigency they turned ' th e surprise, into victory by demolishing the i intruders , and then ictired from the genial | family circle of ou r beloved Elder to bear j w i;h us a fragi ant recollection of their kind ' an d chtisfan hospitality. SMITH. The Reason Why. | A! oil tl.lrl;. j oil'. 1 t.,i-k. Our three th-i: -ai;t! tetils (f | eaitli were n.iii\V» d. Tiit're is a:i ar-iage i depth of eiel.t le.-t an d six ine:.''- ;e.:ithhi5 Icen ii tiuii.'.i fiehtten 1 lfidth on th e -ii'face. 'tin 1 v.i-'.'h r I is ii.'ty-figl.t feet si.ifaee. I Kll.l.iii) i.Y Diiti-.—Hlra.'i: :.nd Ilra-'.i:.- ; ('i.-.!'ti:.'.u, of (iiorgia , ha d ftotn litli to !o'\ty | sheep killed by dogs a f-iv days ago. —Ti.e t.inu ;.uti:Oiities of South Heio, Yt.. have leased a house of Captain \Vurrcn Cotbin to be use! as a poor house, an d the Marteli family have alriad y Income its in- mates. —The water which has covered th e Sand Bar P.iidge from Grand Isle t o th e mainland for some time has gone down, and the ctoss- iug is nor. easy and perfectly safe. —Tht St. Johtisbury Culedo;a'ifiisajs tha t crime is alarmingly on the increase in Ver- mont, and is a t loss to account for it, since the increase of popul ition is vtry slight, an d it is no t chargeable to. a n increased propor- tion of th e foreigu dement, for many of th e word i.[fences at e committe d by native citi- zens. Knot,I:K«S O.N TUB P. i O.—A small force is kept diligently at work finishing tip the grading on the Portlan d an d Ogdensburg between Hyde Park an d Swanlou. Of th e tbiity-eight miles between the iron laid in those two towns, thirty miles are graded and ready for the rails. The road will probably be finished an d trains running to Johnson about th e first of August, an d it is hoped through to Svrauton this year. —If a reservoir should burst up in Ver- mont an d carry away te n o r a dozen Repub- lican candidates tor Governor, there would still he enough left fo r three or four more similar disasters.— Boston Vonl. —The tannery, at Stowe, Vt. , does a busi- ness of $50,000 a year. —lirattleuoro, Yt. , has a prodigy in th e person of Rob:rt Hardy, Jun., who rivals Nast :i3 a caricaturist, although lie has never taken a lesson in th e art of drawing. —Doring's Band of 25 pieces has been en - gaged to play at the Saratoga regatta. | —Watkius' Gien was visited by 70,000 per- i sous last year. —Among th e items in th e civ IE appropria- tion bill before Congress is on e of $375,000 Never haiiti'T « i'l.esi ti.e it., mln i s ol tlie Pi.itlsbur^U lMri\:.i' . As-oeiat li'ii we HIP i.i <\iir-e nnah!,> t-» il-.i-.v Ci'tnp iliso;;;, b:it if al.iwi.'i !o ;,!i'.^e !;.::! the masterly acting of K. I:. Grant. F.s.i,..- i member of that A —•.e.at-l.m, we W.i.'V should th e P . I). A.'s favor u* wiUi tl.-ir ap- pearance here, they wl.l receive as hearly a the wotk of dretlg- I welcome as th e one arcorjet i-i o::r liiei..':.- ,-e it is jtolnr: on. on th e evening of th e 12th. i.piii were ib. iir i.i The pait of Cisl-lltx, by Mr. I.-liam. MI- (•xci'lient. Th< \h'lj by Ilr . Lyon, w.n p.- 1 Ihi'iic iu th e extie-ne, and were it i.: t ti. i! we are addressing the e l.t.Ts id th e III.Pi i:- 1 ' ; \ | I.KAN our mi; e ( f cncomiiim re^ardit i lh • I'mrd ea?p. prr.ee , grai.di.iir of eoncei ti.-n. am ! i rottciijliinrr, with which th e character 1.1 '.'eor/e Cfittj %\,.s hatidhd, would i\ i..i,;e enthusiastic but no t ti.-j WSJ sine. le . \Vlille ail p.irlleip.mts in the evii.i:ig' t t n- ]crtaiiitiifiit labored a;sidiiou»ly for th e suc- cess of tlie pieces, w e ar e Constrained to give to A . W. Lansinr. KSIJ , a s lliziklnh J. 'i'ur- l\.e in the farce, th e virgin offering of ou r praise. Hezekiah ha d been in th e army, had returned home, had written the softest and most tleiicate letters to a young lady o f fashion,aud completely stolen he r heart away. This was the romauc e of the fate, an d i formed a prelude to th e practical part of it;! but when that came, an d Tarbox the real . made his dtbiil, dressed as a volunteer, bent • on matrimony, with a charming ir.Vir eeiite ; about him, believing himself the victim of ; the grandest passion tha t ever swaged th e • human soul, while on this chlvalric errand the delightful traits of th e awkwardnes s of j manner cliaracteiistic of th e Tarbox family ] eked out with irresistible humor, aii! fairly I brought the house down. Many literary men—Dickens, for instance ! —have been passionately fond of theatricals, j and some have excelled in them . Messrs. | Lansing an d Grant ar e illustrations ol\ 1 this. The latent material for th e heavy j tragedy business is uiKpiestioin.bly the prop- erty of th e E-ErLUUesx, .vl.ile th e brightest stars in th e firmament of comedy ma y er e long be outshone by the still rarer talent Mr. [ Lansing Las shown forth i n his masterly 1 personification of Hezekiah J. Tarbox. i These gentlemen could do justice to filials-1 i . !. .. w • l . .' 1 i ' . i \ , ' • r .-.', • ; h - - •-• • ; ' • - !'•. ;. . i ;.-n el. -• ; : -• • \ • - i . -• ••••-• • t.l :i.a - !i. e ^: . -.t d. a. • ,i .-•:.,..... .! 1 • • ! : :• • \. > w • N : v - • i.\ d - •': •• .:.:.•.n.l. : .! it :.'.!:.' •': >•: 1 ~. ' i'' - - \ \ :.; I .tea; - i : 111\ II.- •:<- t'.m : ! • \ 1. -': •'• •' ._ id w - li ;r.!!y. creen 1 avt •. V\ e .: •• . . : a Ta t : y y ei;..u. 1-..-.I' ••-.\'• r i- i\ • > '• '•'••• i ',i:.t -i ••'•••••-• '- •• •• ,x \- •<•- •':,..: .: . 1 r •- p'v w .« ti.at -they were b.i.i '>t-ri !••- '. ;• „ : ', tl'*M\ il|.[.ii-^\ III 1 v., -. ;I.'II-TIV ! It' •• \ 1 !',.-- I •!':.'••. nhe'i V: y \• • •_•> 'i :; v • :..!:*' v.. ivi'ii.i ii'i< ••i\ ! iru • •' 1 'hi'.\ • - r • 1' V. for conlfnufnjf tli« Wtl*y\OT twr Armmitr Atimn sum «hr s *.>... ~_ »—.a, i> m-n 1 sj>^are. Is i t too much to suggest a perform- ! anco of Hamlet. There is the melancholy | Dane and the Ghost, not to speak of the I Giave-digger. In Othello, Julius C.osar, I (what a glorious east could he made for the burly Brutus, and Cassius, with his ''lean an d hungry\' look) Richard the Third an d King J^ear, there abound bits of tragedy and farce that require the nicest conception, which ar e usually \mouthed\' when no t treated in a literarv light. Thru Timou of iulah i\l •l.tahd tllli i l'i .... • • .!,- :...i;,ds .1 !le , •A .• \1 i in.i'i b\i!ig |v j .:. !. Vi . aUe: h.iv.nu ' ;, • ii- . uioeli was futit.d ! _l:.i, : trt-eli- l.'in.he ! i 'I he ft. lowing <<iiiimi:iilcatioii sjn aks for K-i'l\. All we ca n say is that we did ou r h -t to let th e arl'c'e in ijia.-tioii limn Mi- .\-undeilaiid ki.owing it was wiilteli for the Ki.Pi 'iii.li AN. h.t v.i r e iiiiah!'' to do si,' 'tVc ngri t ihal v.e ,:tc unabl e to rfpiililish the account this \u ek, us ou r paper is already full to oieiUow.iig as wo receive (he eommu- iiicati'iii. Tl.-ie al e two tpiistious involved here. j'ii-t, did Mr. Sunderland know that he was committing a bleach of faith in delivering this ci liiuiuiiicatloii to th e wrong parties; and. secondly, must not the editors of the .';'....''nf' have known by th e heading, or Some • olH i .... .n.-, lll.ll Hi e ailhl. WIIH hot illll'lltl- 1 .r them '.' il- .-,». >;, u-i ,i. /;.\..-'../;- Viiur Mibsciibeis iu Ciiutoii are soiry that MI i liil ii..i :.':v\ th e 1'till acfotuit of th e tur- t... '.-• .;i Canada. I took the minutes, and i.i; a '..I 15. Sunderlan d to hand them t o '.\ i !.'.' i.e ^;tve thctu to the SKUUMI. 1'. . I.i; - • -..I had hettt r copy the article, an d vi; lh it th e Tielo child is no t dead, and Ilia' Al'\ iinler Blackwood tnd wife' are ' u,e ,- i\usly ill lioui th e cllccts of bcinr; ;\i.-«•.! by tin! falling timhers. They Uiil t out until in. ii rolled th e timbers coast an d Lake Champlain . —The prosecution of tiulieensed liquor dealers in Whitehall has been commenced in th e name of the town Overseer of the Poor. —The Lake George Mauufactiiiing Co . has determined to increase its capital stock to $150,000. —Hon. A . B . Waldo, senior member of the law firm of Waldo, Tobey & Grover, of Port Henry, whilo attendin g Court, last Thurs- day*, wa s prostrated with a serere attack of erysipelas iu th e head, an d no w lies in a crit- ical condition. Doctors Hale , of this place, and Nichols, of Port Henry, ar e in attend - ance, an d Dr . Woodward, of Brandon, Vt. , is expected this evening.— ElizuMMovn I\*!, Juno 11. BAM: BALI. TOIUXAMKNT.— The second annual Tournament under the auspices of the Watertown Base Ball Association, will open in Wateitown June :211th, Is74. The following cash prizes are open to all amateur clubs in the United States and Canada.\ To First-Cla-s Clubs, $.\KMI to first; siioo to second. To Second-Class Club?, sl.ju to lirst, SlO'i to second, S-50 t o third. An entrancs fee of sT10 will be required frcm first-class clubs, an d •>•\» from second- class. Thi s fee will b.; refunded on th e ap- pearance of th e club. The Railroads leading into Watertown will carry a t half fare, an d every exertion will be used to make th e stay of clubs pleasant. The hotels will entertain clubs at prices ranging from $1.25 t o $\.' per diem. Further particulars will be made know n o n application to C. B . Fowler, .Sec- retary, Lock Box 17:5, \Wateitov.n X. Y. —Eight fanners, living wilhln tw o miles of on e another , iu Fletcher, Yt. , made from T.OX'H trees, a n i.gcregate su m of J:!,00i^ pound s or lii'tcen an d one-half tuns of maple sugar th e past season ; and i t was no t muc h of a season for sugar either. —Woik on 'he ne w Catholic Church at Canton has already been commenced, an d will probably not be finished this year. It is to cost *100,000, an d will be. th e finest structure of the kind iu town. —A son of Rev. Mr. Fennel of G Jen's Falls, while witnessing a came of base ball at Dartmouth College, a few dajs ago, wa s sliu-k in th e head with a poiti ui of a club, and badly hurt. —Sixteen licenses are granted in Foil Eil- w aid. —(»n Wednesday J . T. Buell, of this vil- lage, visited th« middle of Lake George to indulge in his favorite practice ot lisbing. He succeeded in takin g from the water s of ' the Lake a trout that weighed 11: ! 4 lbs., another that weighed 5 \-Z lbs. The fish and the Apothecar y o r Juliet, Much Ado \ About Nothing, Winter's Tale, Midsummer I Night's Dream, an d th e ITenrys wiih Fal- i staff in his side-splitting fun ! We have only to regret that notwithstand- ing the persistent efforts of your local press, (a seeming inconsistency, an d it pains me t o mention it.) you r amateur actois will in- J dulge in profanity, '\TurwUion for in- stance, is a vile word, an d Tarbox never should hayu used it. Moder n morals dc - I mand something more chaste. 1 F.\!i:r.\?:. Ausable 3?orks Items. —The Ausable Fork s Cornet Band, unde r the leadership of Mr. W. Vf. White of this place who is a jeweler by trade an d a iiiucis- ian by nature, made their appearance on ou r street a few evenings since an d dispensed music to a large number of ou r citizens wh o were much surprised at (the pel feet manner iu which thry performed some line music- Wc ar e much pleased with their performance and will say: Long life to Ihe Ausable Folks Cornet Baud. —We are sorry to say that F. M . Bull has broken up his fancy team, by >. eliiug t ne of the span . We like to see fancy pleasure teams on ou r street?, an d dislike to have an y of them broken up , but I suppo.-e Bull knows Ills ow n business best, an d we niu-t submit . —Our business me n here an ; complaining of hard times some, but have not a- yet troubled their, workmen. —James Rogers, Jr. , is away from home i t present, ami Madame Rumors ivs thai when he returns some body is coming hosn; wiih him, and tha t they are to occupy that nii.'e house tha t is no w being finished uti !*: • -Ite of th e Dr. D'Avigno n house. —II there an y artists about, that I . ' e I. t as much to io as they dtsire, we 11 ..o. 11.* y had better come up here an d take s-.me ple- tures of our scenery. I a m sure th e views would sell like hot cakes . —Leander Sheffield broke his leg last I'li- day by falling with a staging on which he was painting A. i t P. Lawrence's meat market. I wish ou r mechanics would be mote careful about going on to insecure stagings to do work. We Lave too many nccideuls id' tlilt kind. Thrca minutes labor making a staging wpii m .r.»iil«l have saved much pain an.l ex- pense and probably three month's tint., to Mr . Slullield. A l;i.-lM.Nr. !': .' it v..'-' S..i,i:..'i K.i. r . w! • :r :• i •, ;J 1 -.- -:.if' • :• l.'-.'i. i I'M.-I-u !•> r.-ui .i'.i t ' i'.\*-. - i':;••' I 0 -•:;•!. '.\:::v:. ',.•••• :'. i.e. -• 'Me I \-• |--.r.'.'. •!.i.\ 1 \Vi.e.en , >'Jll ::.!.'.:!.!: ' \'. . ! I '<•'. !ii:.i.ra:e and -ci .>•!;! c- ; v '• , • •; \ . : f t i it iir . r, i:i the r.::.''t '•:•••.;.'•'• ••• .• .!:..•. ,> <•'.. V>> i.ex; ot t. .-ed ti.e ;'..• •-\v . ! 1'. in. l'e:e ii . : - ; . • i..- d : • ! '• i. . •' -; . '.- a: !o Hie :r.i::eo: :!;•• p''.' : ' ! if ': d I . • :. S\\ii , iliiMiivyi,'ir-»:'\. l l ;..i s ;.:-i .\•. \.'\ : *• K^o ill it l! u.i- S lid i \ t ::• .-! ll..- nal.i. - i d till s place. !h-'t: a in;\ g !:• I-I. ':'• -p. \itig ot a vri.'ia!.!.-^eiiii n-aii w ' • i'.. il 1-i.i d a ' : > .' tim-: • A- a i>'.v So lh.- \ >,if <'.»'11'll'l,l'. Liery I'..;..' at !e.i»! so we aie cr. .;:',;_v •::.• in.\.'. The poet still siinii. >. b .* 1 .: • :.<-\- i - '; e attempte d to write poetry : .1 ii-ed v.e 1 a-..- never since heard oi any p-v.'.. •;; a'.'iur:- ing so haz.irilons a n , >.:n i.n ei : . W'.'.l :.r droviion . S.iou th e i;..e s...:.f:-. i.':- \ .:. sight. The Green Mini:.::,;:.- •• '••::• .r left and Blueberry Mnu:.: dn •• • •• i o:. .:: riel.t. We v.'ure overwiio.m: 1 w.:h ie\«i. -. Why couldn't these mount:*.::.* s.. , p i..•::..• . : Why would people persist in :;i,iu . - i 1: ;- omalons names to thing-'.' W'.n-y. the •...:• •• disfiguring that splendid iiioui.!:ii:i .i.e.*. .:i front of us? Why Call it Poke u\ M •oi:-.'..i: . .' but here ou r reyeries ar e broken into bv th e hum an d clatter of th e busy viiiay of ]*>, -o- vilie. Our beast desiring to turn into ev- 1\- body's yard is by main torce \i.J a tigo:..;;s application of th e lash it.Juct.ti : • i ay a vi'lt to Birmiiiiilia!]!. We stop an d take ay\ lo.ik :.*. ti.e *•;• e.,- (iid fall about 1--1 of a mlij.i'.iv.. B.n:;;:.:;- ham, we dare no t atteuip : to call it h> ii.iuie. lecii liibetliig ot;:* cspoiieiiCe at Sain.on Riv- er. Years agoue it was called I : '!l>' I',t'l-; since then, some love sick Swain ha s dubb •! it Alice Fail ; v.e presume that otluT Swains , have given it othir i>,t iiaiiiis. l-.i-. w ? in- gest tha t it be called Grali i F.di. it.a-:i. xl ; lis kpic'tators ar e allowed to gaze v.lfi.- :it cost. We visited th e Bridile over what Used , to be '-Hied! Fails\ (v>c ilon't kn :vv what iiiey call it liuvv.) but here alas ttie hiij_v.? build- i HSliRll bteil ill Collli-ioll ',1 it'll'.he i.ei'i',';'-ol , the Chrism gate.?, an d ha d boarded it u p so , as to eP.'cctualiy quench any outbuis t of en - j thusiasm. The only item oi interest that we ' could see witho::t paying fi.*r,wa-j Appley.ittrs Store. This piece of archilec'.urt: aithougli uiipietendiug iu appearance v.e gaz-.l a t to i ou r hearts content, determined to see all v.e could of Birmingham without e.\pon-e. Von see, a n elephant ha d stepped <.:i e.ir Y.r.- chcijiier \and had so eireclually ci;:-!.; 1 it that if iron was selling at one iv;,: p;-r t..n. we couldn't bu v a shingle nail. So -...ii *e.- ifig~W!T7 nreyaitia-tp-i ' atol l gate on thai Biimingbam Br. !\f i: be such a capital place yo u know . Scon Keeseviile reappeared an l ...i: :;.; - tiles warning t:s th.-t high iiOi.n ui::'.e-i. v.e began snilling th e air t o disc iver if p..-..II 1- the direction most iikoly to lead t o t o a g. .1 dilillcr. We llillowed ou r HOM.-, a:.d ti'ie to tlii ir instincts vv.; were !e.I t'i the A.i-ai.; •• Hoii-e. Hen; we made know n ou r ile-hv-. an d Were speedily u-'.iei'ed i:ii.i u -pu-'o-.i, hail set with about a doz-j-.i tal.lis \lialeniue: vviiii china an d cut glass, an d ; .:n at*:'l.'! with ladies and gentlemen: all te ii..':\; ::i- teiit upon th e business of lb.; 1:-itii*. W •« I '. •i '.: ' JL • • J.-'! ti:*'':-:i *.v. 11 !. '. .: ^ :M.: • . I a I . I .:-. • 1 -. .'. -l •! i: . t, i lr i^'- s \- M s' , ! ! Ii .1 hi*;.''.' i...•..*•.-• w i . !i' , ,;: ti.-- ::. . ;.,.v h...,;-.-t- .:, :'. • .* • vo'.irg -.'l.u •'. III Jim. »!. . V.i ',»-- i'-V - l*. I ,1 ..! •! ,\ ' l....;. A i. w i .: . b-.-.:.; ::. e .: : i..-.— . we e:,.- I ( Iii.Mi II ••..•;. a !,^i. !, o| '' .* ,\| - tide . ..ii t!. - iiivks •.; which miv ie .«:i • tlie rt'iniii:.-o! .. i.-: .- o. . . • i. !•,«•. II ; .« v. a* :\\p l.i- ; a; * '.i,;:.ti' •A!,! :. ! e k I-o-.i t -inipiiiy. p: i r : > ' i - •..-,-•'*.\ or '1 * Won le.'hd pl.n .'• : !l..* : \i*;' \ li' i '-• -u. '1 ..»*. proi.ire.l '.Ii.-.i o : .it 111. • .V11; • • I II '. r v. •. 1 ;• • yeraPi. - ' .-.p — .* 1- i^-i !- ••.:i.:-p'i' .-. t'C'Liv-V. \' :;.;• we are I l.ti^; . ir,d d ,.,* • i. A 1 v.'a\ ••'.'• : !i;.' nv-r «• lit: i '\..t .oih: .» • ta.e'i:- ri;:hl i M..I 1 111, an 1 in .i '•«. \i t I. . 1 r.\.:;;'; * r 'tin* '\ a stat.d v.11 a! In,* end of a lane. We b.o ^ on! mediiat'iig .niatheiiias i ii th e man wi... didn't put up a sigu-bo.ud, come back an ! t •'.'• a iresii «t u:, this time hiking th« left lialnl load, a:;d -sot.II come m fight ot Xash's d. I'rewMrrs a' Bennett I'.m.l. !!• re is a i')i»!y v:*\.v. W liite(ai*e looiuiiig up in th<5 b.ie'u^:-' iiii'l an 1 itennett l\..ud at (•ill let!, Villi h.i.'s alel Wt-als. fuiti'.MfeJ tie'.,; an d neat le'ieti. ii,ni«.s. iarn-, bovls. »> 0.. ciiiiilne t i lot in a eliaimiiig pi, ture. Wt. .ii;-.v to llr.'sistei's, ot'.'.<»r iPuner aul ~troll over to th e shore i being th e South end I of Lake i'Uci! . Vv'e ai e badly tlis.ipp .in'.,]. We e:.l-i i't.,1 t I ii:,-.! Bl'rV.slei-'a house oil lb. \ si.•.;••? oi that lake i n a comiiiaiidm^ I'miu- c::t •'. ulviu^ tuli v.-• iv o f that lov.-ly h . ! y •••! v.a.er: but no. it lac •> Benie-lt 1'oi.d. a pi.-tty Cii;'\.! n li Sint-t \ I water, hilt Uhil!iiT*»t,Ii/: y^-u eaa e-jt a c.. mm*. lip lace \ i.o.-r ..:' lt„. !.tx,- Iiv goii!,'aro'.;hil ti thu b.ick of th* ]•„,.%•', 'i iie only view you can get here -.until coiii- ing so tar for is th e view of Mounts Muev, Mulntyie, Coiden and Avalanche , wliieh i- periectly splendid. From the h.iek of fl.e liou»o yo u get a toV-iahi* view of Whitelaef. but no t npial to that at Wilmington or in the l'ass. We--at div, n to i!i>ncr: aril al- though there, was no Vatiety, it was clean and good an d w.-II coike,!. * And h.-re we luuiid a leal cuiio-ity. namely hoiieless to.-i:. But oh 1 -o-ait: we wonder it the wafers of Like p;K-ld ai e -.tl., so >tut down t,, ih- shore fj i.iste .!!;:• wat.T .oi.l si tl.tertmi.e ileSis < i:i to e v.,. .'.a 'al v.. i ';t not count them, h.ut wr run of custom the hoi.-, enquiring, foimd th it suioliii-g viands w..s :.'• dae. \Wo.iM \..• I .,v.' :. coiuse we won! Miiali ij.'.~n;c:it, loot, which v.e . ed to th e wait-: kind biing u, si it was a fifteen pound tr tuin an d we did am; > genl!i.'ina:i ami lady '-it in ain.'i.;:..-!«•.nt at o-, vv, l'a:ii::'-..l-. W. IM:,': .!. tioti of tha t tlh.h •:• -\' honors were dl-pen-, •! ! his l \;c T sl-ier Matini. e astoti, wa, g. del at the : tljioll i.-r tl..- I. We;! they ;: il,t:':/;\il..i:i: Wilil.ovl I-;-'.! saying; •• Ve- in ,•\.\' Sulliee i Hl.lelli ; JTsili Th. and In.! ; i. a: bii (..:;•,',! many c to the comf.it of the Having M-tilud '• ! cig.u-. wc jaunlei'.-l ui' ;;:.! :'.:• iug in at every plate where v.'.- : was the \dijljli -l elianee •i <:• alcohol to pu t in ou r c.i!:.;'. •:• but no t a drop eoiiid v,..- find, l'.r sickness. W e concluded ih, be run by Gimd \i'euiplai-...; e! sing's example had had a _• Dobbin ha-, liu been 'iM'teV up. we t! , . : ish th e v. hlp--'..,ei: th e lash I. ill?. •/ he..-,, „-..! upi a:.d -tilt o,:t in! i tie- rain. W.- m ;'.•• our way o'lt t-. th-; main I. al. which vvh.it it It he i r Lyon's, an d jir..ce\l mi ou r v iv. t >:n-roaJ 1 iy t!.i'.-iigti woods nearly :t'i T! .- w.:v, the tie\- ::i:!iul-\ their braiifh-M ov.-r- heid. tii e !' .a d is -helitly s i n Ivan 1 fo b rih.y good !'i|..l];ll s.eil\ \liat !:;!';,•..in 1 '.v.- j .£/; d oil n: t\i\ g ai'li no a P ';.'T: • wi;'hy of We .:!il.e! •' Main's in llui;. fi ;• -'ipper. Ih-re v.- i \i; a vv. icoine Worthy \t lit\ na-n: 1 . ' > ir wants vver.' promptly .t'.'.eti i.-l to. and we vv- !e made to I- ! a ' I: mi- . 11 -:•• t ' :re i s an r::*.i.-|. ..'i-.'tl.'• \[ SM f f-I'I! l..* .', Iin: a i.i-:ul.'-I-• I :. ..' ;: -. a !.,.-:i pi-rc-i • ,u \!':'\' i»'..j.i:•-••: f p •'•••••> «••.•:.-•. a r aiTee: i'.i,:, .it ti..- •... • ..t-. no.-,!- and c • en! : t nt I' f '.'.'.' -',-. M irliri h ti a ! live h i-.'.ei- 1 vb. e We sh.e.! 1 i 1 ! _•.- . •! a\. ' -nlll . ••! I' !l g - ' ' g se-*-. : 1 st iii i s •!;:.',• • !y „n ;>,.- «ho!- ' o f Lower S ira: . i \ L th-. n-ar th\ u.u'h.-iu e\- I;'--i..oy. '11.:- i- 'ii- Cite wa y ti. : > 'i'l wh'.di y.ei in::-' o i- - it'y n vvo'i'1 go !i Bal'!«•':'- or Co:-',\ or '•• '!•'. '1 '!.•• wa'.'. •: '.',.• l:.e\:-.\r i; ;. r. I. ]•_: v >n i n i e I. .!..•- !! '•'• V I '.- ' i\. V .:!-.•.!'• i !• i.l'r , .\'V\ '.-.'l! se.f ii'i to \ i ;•• :<:; |. •; ui 1 s i.ly !-i:th In' <V..- W'ld-i -,-\-. II-i- •'! • v.- ;'d .--!.•!\ oi'.;...'i aie -• ;>.: .'• d :..i:u :'- eir.-- :.•.•! •! -'\'.• ''• :.-. i'- d.-- !.- :.- .: . '.•.!.', •. . • V i ! ' - ' , n tl.eui. Ciiutinuiii we couldn't tiiid : inlo th e ;.a;.l id ! shop, and the: \ v. I » be lH'Osfireil. veiitable anvil bi faclure of iron on g out- el. l.i- t Lai; • ' p'aee • ill It i' -ouie; i. evt n niu-t I..::- . ;!.- • t .-1; of ;-. , -i • '•• I,'. ! i •• •• ' ,' tvo . - • •! LP.- l' a :•! t'e Wi'er. [!•:. • -.,, :. ' : t - i a : .:. I :. .,! !'.•:; In e :' b .;.•• t\ : v.,. !.., U'h-\'. ;• t h -y r. t .y grow wuli eil b e.\ wiiet' -i t.i • i, •:,• - a' \ e\':.i, '• ! !.-. -on. ten-, d i ... !. •„-, I d. I i. •\ : rn: !• i' s'-.e T::i:., r v.! : . 1. :; . : . •:.- s••• - -. .- i o:.:-'i--.:.'i l • •- !.••••.•- !.•\..-.<!. I I'.,-, i ' a..;•!.•. ;:., pi. Ca-l someWiii-le sou!!:, a'.a • ... i Jo-\jih Ketehimi about th.. l-i.'t into a foig.- b:..i: bv ] ••;' - head ol Duikee street in :ii • v.. bui\'li. A few- _v -us a,:o it •.,..-, called to Kee-eTlil\ ;•) .,.;; j ,.- . now ii-s in tha t v. aid. We n. . i it an d drove on. Aniving a t C.lntoLiv,;'.- •.-..• . , good vi«\V of Whitef.HC .Mo ;! eraud old oiuiiieiieis l.n.e-, pi..;., horn here. Looking dirvc.ly I taking in tl.o smaller n n : , .: tm either si.'.e, the !.,vlv v...'>v, -*.*;.Ing i.kc sl.v in its I , VVI.Ii « -s i • !. .,'. I lh -~ l'i - 1 ; r - ,. . B .; •\ •'., - i . .• I\' I !«'.'.' •; . •.: lie.' (,;,- I.. ; • •, • ! Hi. 1' h' i ' i i.'V ml Tiie PiU-htt. iin. •'1' , '! - Peru Piefcings. —Doctor F. H.Cole was calle d to Moiurea last wri.-k to see a tk'k lady, and fouii.lh.r i ,,. I' !f. A. M.D.li. e Vim.\i.t I fro.u them. The people of the neighborhood hive tu.-i.ril out, and they are rebuilding la-h Ke.-peCll'uily, CllUillll --CO. ••f'.I III I f li.a n ,'i!'- i.' tn: i- 1 - • 1 to t.I.d tl 1' .ii- .irr .1 l.l.M' . - [ 1- Ii- .l 1 I- III. .! ..i. -ta'.-.l. an I sa.. ,' V.e 'Ji t tl.'Te V\ b;. •'.:- •.-,... ! b. ,; '.!.. t . lav l:,. r h» ., !l.o. The in.: i , l.'bd a l.ttle a>I -. .,- Ibis. i i ,-e Ic-tivf JJt-ii . antiy sea'.leiing money among .. «' n i! coiners,was ii.lonn List j i I b r a iudicioilj Use of his . ii\. ha bate p< in.-': ,inat|...!i a '. Iiltl Wi ' ' Bishop Donne's Appointments. Bishop Doane's appointments for his Yi*- i\i:i.ii iii this ueighhorhooil, ar e as follows: Wednesday, July SJ, A. il. ; St . John's Ea- wi-re caught on a small hair line with a spoon. Mr. JJliellmet with a good deal of j a 1)a( , c ., JMt liti<.ii,but left he r quite comfort, opposition from the largest lisli, who made ,, . , ... . .., desperate efforts t o K e t awav alter being { ab: \ tt,a ' a U,r WW* •»« «» i recovery. booked. After letting his fishship have the j —Dr . Stephe n Cole had a cane, r taken entile ru n of th e line for som e time, taxing j ou t oi'tPc sidu of his nose last Sunda y ami the gentleman's piscatorial knowledge as to | |ond t,,,,,^,..,^, , likeahero.notvvithstai.il- ho w b e would bring Mr . iroul ui.Mr. Buell •. . * . .... succeeded in getting his victim near the side '\'4 •'« •'»» ir< ' 11 f>s-i«y-*«* )«'!\*•_ »''« \l' 1 \ 1 ' of th e boat, when a bullet lodged between ' ation was peifoined by Di. Tain.age of :.' o| »-lvi ^ 11,1,1 • ild- II .:- 'd o t '•111,'- the tw o eyes caused him t o givr up tlie ghost and turn up his white sides— IIV/oV hull T'uues. —A meeting of Washington count y elert'i\- men has been called al Argyll! July 7th, t o Keeseville. —N. Lapham it Sons had theii i!ry-hou-e binned on e night this vuel;. Los three or four hundred dollars. Thi s building iva.s ' consult as t o Uio best measures to advanc e i where they dipped their shingles in bitiuui '.i ! Wednesday , July '2'2, x. M., Lewis. Tiiuisday, July -•>, A. M. , St. John's Sal- mon River. Thursday, July !&Li*. M.; Schuyler FalU ' \ Kvening Reception i n Pialtsburgb. Fliday, July •.'!, A. M.; Ran d Hill School : House. I Friday, July UJ, Evening, Ttinity Churcli. J Plallsbiirgh. ll is expected that the little Mission Chapel , al Salmon River will be Conxetvaieil by the to-'.-lier w ith tbedextroui manipula- .. . , ....... \ . ' . I Bishop a t this visit. .-( i lain l.ttle paper boxes purporting\ ^^^ i is amounts of money wh. .'.am f*b'i!.)'is amounts of money , h e . ,•, eeiicl in ciiehering acroivd out of about :.r, .loharsiu half as many miimtes. There .- an old proieib about a fool an d Ids mon- . , ba-.iig soon pail«d—retnember it, ye sore heals both old and joitns, »iul next time a^t n v.u imagine yuu see a man stuff lif 1,-en dollars into a box and hear him offer to kell it U you fur eight or ten dollars, keep tight hold ol your pocket book, sod don't lake his offer ht if you do you will low ssoncj every time. This advice applies equally wail to sharp young men about to wu, office bold- er* and river drivers. De. WoLrtf m*4* aii analysia of ••»• era! of the mora hatmku drluka hot weak, preparatory W fi*bf tntiw m tmmit th* Ui<Mt W»** IU* ~ PlatUbnrgh Rifle Club. The permanent orgajiizatiou ol this Asso- ciation was perfected at a n adjourned meet- ing last Saturday evening, at Drs. Howard iV Smith's office, by the adoption of a Con- stitution, and the clccUen of tlie following officers: I'reakleiit-B. M. Bcckvith, Eaq. tiecretary and Treaaorer—Dr. 8. V. JIow- ard. Ksaeullra Co«rolUw-J . D. Wilklu«o», Dr. W. U. (Smith, J. B. Hacerty. We understand that the first shootlsip natch will be IMM Jatjr «tb, IIM priM IkBhkg a u OoJd C»UMD|I1OII jBa4fa,\ ttt* wus-aer to boldlti^aiitHsilshilliMW<k»«fcr^y««». It bmttMMtl^uMKUlgm Itetftjjtr a>> the cause of temperance. —A young named Rock wood accidet.lly shot a companion named Houghton eight years old with a shot gun in Bennington, Vl., I»«t Sunday morning. The boy died in a few inmutes. —The murderer of Mrs. Frieze at Rutland. Yu, i> believed to be John P. Phair. He has been arrested. Ue has already served one terat in Vermont State Prison for larceny having been convicted of that crime when he wa« only eighteen years old. Bate Ball ia Black Brook. Toe most lively game of base ball in Clin- ton county this season, was played in Black Brook one day last week, between the Em- erald B. B. C, and the Emmet aine, both of the same town. Tlie Emeralds are employes of the P. 8. A L Co., and the Kiameia of J. & J. Uogers- LCo. The game was a dose 1 one from beginnJug to tod, the aialh innings dosing with aa f qeal nntober of runs—as lor each. Thev w«r« ptvvTWatsd feoni pUylug any longer on aeeeemt of a rata st4ns,wWs)i had eoeameneed while tbey wafapiajriiigtlMi last tanings. Both nhses were ably managej —-the KaMvaidsdbf Cap*. Lee, and Use Em- nMUbyCim».jl«aaady. WetuuMrstaad the bofsatwto tff It agate soma day not br heace, bath eaamhwlmia)gB4IJiaf to \Bgfcf It unit ira that Mat If It mbaj \ mis or coal tar. No insurance on the build- ing. —Mr. George Pilling is keeping a very good hotel in this place. 1 give jou this item for luo especial benefit of members of the Press, for it is not long since 1 saw a poor knight of the <piill from PlaUbUurgU eating diy crack- ers iii this place. —1 meant to have told you something of my adventures alter leaving your ollicc, but fate and the elements were against me. 1 did think 1 would tell of my misfortune on the Mead Pond; hut as I do not think the mail ii accountable who took the boat, 1 forbear. M y last night ou t was a t A . Mead- er'ii; h e keep* a first rate hotel, is a very aflabhi-geuUemau and well calculated to run i uch an hattituUon. SCIUUK. 'iii lit, aid P .1 TUK Fourth of July will be appropriately observed at Cadyville. The exercises will eomsaeaee with solemn mas* in the morning at 9 odock, alter which the congregation will adjourn to the beautiful grove near the chureh, where wffl be prorided refreshments of every wrlely. An Irish and Highland Jfmar and the Ofcaiy Band wlH lunibh the Proceeds for St. James' Chureh. S« a aaer USM table of Cbaatalatn Trans- enng i.vir iiicts ht'Sllili ere.-n, v.- .', ilislaliC:'. Vol and sublime CI.OU\h a ! (..hi.to;.v.lie t o !.- .',:.:•• • '..•• of this view. Wc drive oh, p\s-:i. ; ti.e |.|„,I.I, ihliviUg Vihll..... of N.- W >.Veiien, ti.e Rocks and Pu'.uv :• Bn.t.k am i tin 1 . lr - at Uaigrave's hot' I. at Ai:-.ib!c l'-nk-. we get supper, an d a good \!: ; t--,..; w vi-e every hitugry [n-v:r.'i i t o -to p ,,t grave's. Of collide t-vi-ry '-ue ha s 1.- . the t xtensivi! woik s of tlie J. at-.l .1. i : Hon Couip.my, so we neid not •'.'•• them : but every body ti us n .1 I.now w i. it a lovely mountain view may he h ; 1 f-i.jii ;:,e u.-w cein.-tcry on ih e hi!, back ol th e vi.. i,-... Fiery on,, -hoiiid stop l.-ni en-. :.U t , -....\ •. Well, we tlriva \u to .lav u.vl put the iiiuht. This is qun t dii.qiid it.-J ,. liearing (•videtiei s id •.ie..t :,_••. J. lt-,L,,rsIiou <'. iijj-.my ha\.- tMi-i.i Wol'ks !!hi!el' Ihe Liil illiieh U'.t': the Comprises the cl.ii-1 ba- :. • s . : ; h But the viiiay* mi lip- h;:; 1- ;,-' -CJI or .i.- 1 ; . There ar e some Veiv nice inoutitain \ ••••.•, here, but upon entjuiung oi ,>.i:nr of tin- o. i citizens we couldn't find that th e mountains had any iiauie^, indeeil we tl in*l behe',e. ib r mountains near Jay have an y iiame—tin- inhabit ants tlon't si e m t o halt- tlicrgv el in: :'\i to name their iuo..utaii:-. Wky . «..i.M \.'. i luhevc it, they haven't ti.ergj riiough' ', . sujiport a (>iK)d Templars lodge. The hotel aii-otumodalions are on a par with the place. Tearing ourselves away hom poor old .l.iv we jo g on u p th e east branch ot li.r Au-.tble River. The scenery is in many plac-i t.ne, an d well repays th e traveller. Passing I'ppe r Jay a little place nli.i'i boasts of several mills and several new Lou,- es, we tur n away from '.ha riv»r aid HuU ou r way up an d ov< r a hill towaids Wilming- ton. Reaching that famed place th e o.,iy attrac- tion being Weston's hotel with its m.igiiiii- ceut view of Whiteface ; we btou a lew min- utes to rest our beast an d enjoy the view. We come to th e conclusion that Whiteface is a reality, no humbug about it, it is really stupendous. What a gram) stone quair y it would make. And a s a place to pick u p stone It beats Altona all to pieces. Wcsto.i used to advertise that with only one glass )ou could see Lake Ontario, tee lout: two •a.-l than tauldii't see if. Weston ought to bmld a new bouse or else Whiieface ought to be moved to some place where they would ap- preciate him belter. Well, we crossed to the went sid« of the watt beaaeh of the Ausable, all visitors .'. !:: 'lb.:.j : i i .• u. . \ i . ' ;.. 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A' ! a- • '•!.-• . . • ' .'!. ..- . 1 :• • •> • •. •• it- : '1 i n '1 •• .1 ' •• '•! • •• •• i < ii ,-t .- intii, '• , g; • ; ' • i v'- ' ..- < lit,-: , ill I! i; ,-t u i ,i In ;•' plii. leg,- thin c.i . -IIU.I - •'. . »» •..!.-' Ii •• s-If wa* hipiis. 1 ,-,i ..,,i, i to \ . » righte..i!.-ue--.\ .Old ^ '• e '. - .'. . \ i ' ; -' which Co'lid lit.t I.e gi.nsa. 1 -•-!;•• '•» fid irl'u-al or neglect \I < bi'-' .'. •• > -\' ill rlery l»>int ot f.e*. d!.': : . -i ••....' • . •• M,;ii l!ie ]ir,j!,-^.,.in>i i i, • m t •' -' Tiie Fotirti> of July a t Sriof-i The .-• ii.-T-.'t:. .ti o t -•. T • . • !.\ • | rhiii.h. s..;.,ta . p;,.p .-.- i -,.;,' ., .-• , . ••: ing F'-utth o f .L.i v b v ho'! ng i ; .: . iug the di'-' . on il..- '•••.•.•!- n i: •' . ! .i 1 , ' at Wi.l ll ili'llii 1 '.lid I ::• -i.Mr :.' - l -iTiol. Tl.. - ..:;. ii . •• .. .-..,: I•• \ v ' ! g ill!' s. !. .ll\ .li i-. , I.-. ,| -. ,1 il • : .'. • . \ in l ! r i ti !,\:• • i : t |e » ,i i •• i ii ,. r. • \ , ' vi • nk . , Ci.t.l r<..i.:i> ;!..- I'a-h- . - ... • ti ill h.lVe been lie!, .' I ! 1 •' idla'.'.t,.'- ••! 1 Ioe.»l ciillli 11, Im! now , o,, ng to I,.,;,, i ; lie.-, on theii pait.lley p- • - a : .' .' I suliien-ntly iatge hiibd.iig .:i wh.-i. '.I. i I thei r religious t-yere;-.-. \J1.* y I iv-- .' •• secured th e s.-rvi.- , ot I.Vv. .1. V. I: v. is ie-il.:.t pi..-;. The [.I.,.-.,.!-..) ;!..- .. aie t t b\ •!> V'- . d ' • Ii. !'.\.. '. I _' •':. It'i'iii i- m.'l ii'i'i.l'.' ',: '' •• . ••\•• ' •' ' ' • tie ,,.. ....',,•• -.. ! — ** ' v- Sphinx Depart i?:f nt V .. :' .\• . i • -::i III ' III tl lx. Bo:>t aiol Shot* HuifM 1 •a ' r s i TO 11 i i II V* Ii -3 ^» -p. i.n :,-. - a-- II . .-'. VI II I I I I: •. . • , Ii.,, . . f:; ! 1 '..'•.-.• , in i 'A' •g I i -• .-. : . • . V.. .-. t ! in .'..!.,iv- I ; ,, II v'.,i\..': th.:.;-.\_ 1'-. ,. '.' li'T -'a': I tl., ' i ...in.. . :, ,-i I, I '\ . 'II 1 h . »... . :!.:•.;•-. A \ inn-' g o t . flu- New T.-I.m . , ..nd c :, . 1 i ti..- v.-;..n \| >'. I', ;. , ,• ; . 'liil'' 'a !.- II lie He -el.gels ll-'lli '.\! Wei. I-I the VV I\ ti fill thrill l-.i^.-li '• 1' :• • ! •!. \ Ai U t , I'I • i..-i....p- . I , \ .• Vi- 'i'i . ti. e loiil, o| H, e a r. a . I b i-t s , t , i .\. .p.. n ; things ot lb. - e I:;!I. w. ;.- ..; g t:!.. • I'd togethe, in the ,.,.. ,t -I .-.'! ih.t » a . '. ; 1 t.i !•• a •• \«' i; . i \ •given (hue.-: • lh-,-. Ivi.i; 1. .1. an 1 . it\ The rvplah ithn o f t!,i- eoiiim il, I e l.i n -!, ed bv Ihe ii -t il ihenanatiie; and <.. ul.le- V.el • l.ap'ised ail 1 gl'.llte l ill'o the 1! , ] y ,,| I bll-t. The thololigbl.e-- ol\ this in e l;...i i tioll Is ti.lls UlOst VlVldlV se l l-.lih l-l a. Ihe un.m.i! which is to be eaten, lu'i-l lii-t be shun, ainl thru cut, r into ih e t.o.li ol ti.e cater, and llieie be digested and it.c ip... i ! led with it, s o that what was one- a put ..| the body ot a beat is no* pait of th e bo!> , of a man, an d a» entinly h.s bodv as any other pall ol his siitistaner : so ti.e nal lui lite —I/i<- h'/'e o/ MH-niu-l !>•• I.ib'.d mm. ; The ••death tmlo sin \must precede th e \urn birth unt o ligbleousnt-ss \ An d tliat whufi . was once outside of Ihe ('ovenalit, is bumghl into th e Body ol\Christ through th e Door ..I ; Baptism, an d is grafted into that B.di. 1 which is the Churcli, an d Ucomes as tboi- | oughly an d completely a pait thereof as anv of Ihe children of Abraham b) th e nV»h cotil.l possibly be. The Catholicity ol th e Church is thus beautifully act forth. The- Jews ba d regarded the Gentiles as \dog*;\ yet a Jew lie e,K - i I ',' ''',''' • i :[•:.•> 1. i • , • j II I', tc. .;..-• •' ... !!.- - ' til i i - . .' i.i * i ' ^ ' ' ' oi I.' K I. .' .1 h : • !• - . • > t .:,..«-. I 1.1.,-| .in.- ll.e '. ' 1 . • ' '•• No • III . 1. 1 1. . -. • • 11 III I 11 •• \- • I'. !•> . i • : ...- : 11 . •: !1 , I'.ABII No gi7 t i;••--> Woiii. Piagma'. 'at . No '.'Is I'l /./.I I. Ilersclit-I FOR SALK. V • ' \ V.i \ ' FOR SALE. •I'm i . M\l I 1 • I. w I'll \ I.- -^ ' • • • ' » \ ' ,, it. , . i . . 1 . . .».. t l...o« I I . . , I I ,.!lt4l.l< ll'H,H .,. i. n*t>r»' : '^M

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