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i'lails b m * **$ UTILITY—\Tho Qrontosat Good of the Greatest Number.\-BENTHAJI- sKVKNTV-rirni YEAR. I!\ iMTf IUJT.VN * • ' * *\ r i m. ( r, * t1 i % n « r. PLATTSBURGH, (LINTON CO., X. Y., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 27. ISsr,. M MP.KR zla. v n,i« u .T r.intii<r: w. r , V 1 l K « i V I i I,. .'1 • 1- -. • i - I ' M l:. i., . i: Kk ''''• l-> ;•'•.'.• \ T . . . ;.- ,•,,,- . HOME ENTERPRI3ES.-N0.54 F i:irrj\» s, • ii,.n.il l.uhlcr Hanur.it torj. : • • • - • - '.. • T • _- R ii Vt. h'. .\ • - • : . A . \ 1 M- .• M 4 .- il ItHllr ,.»rl . • ' ' * - J . '. 1 It V M I :« » VI !•». • >.•.-• - .- : a- - ', , r • • ' - -• :• T - w « .. . • • •- • »H ;•!.\ ! t .'\ - • th a' . , v . 1 • •-• : \• •?: i • ; ii, •' -' • ' 1 M • • -'. ' -.., II, • - !• •. --.' .V. • •' ! '•'•-' ' t '- - , ' »» - • •,,•...•„, ! !;,r • • tn . 1 , M; P. II En,. - . .-.,1 . - ••'. : • .- '!,. 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A r ;» ;,, - . <':,• -. n 1'lll'd •• i ,- t- •..,••.,• r ; t lv. tii . 1., ,- • ' . •.,-•,•!. •-')./ r..;,I!i : - -ii i,' \• : n 1 a- -i f i i ii' ui' t • .;i r • .'i ;• -,\ i- n itii.n twi :.ty f. i t .-; 1 i* tu i' in iiiftit tunii- 1 an I • . v. . 1-. Al> .it a «•..-, k i^ • •',. l.'. n r - \f l'at' \,f\s\\\' • r! t ,.» i • .* i\j If :fi-r kiliid in the n. 1.1. - tl. .._'!.! thai t!.i> i nature killed i i ,1,'y v. iur. it tv,i- -. i n i- in a wl.ih i- v.. ry 'l.ia'y -i-tt'i d. bf- M , •! i and Ait. fi. it i^ nut utiiike- •!i'- in IT li ITI> been mii' i if the rata- r p nitln-r- vvbieh .ire cifea-ijon- ; \. ! Pi the cri ;ii f-.n-^t. IT near I'.i-rli School roiiimi'iicoment. <>! lit. v. .! - tl..- annual il-.-inu' i M r- ei-i-..f th. r:.i<S-!mr_ r h Iliirii Si h'.>! ha- ili.uvn t.iji lie r the best auihenee tb.-d as- M lit'.'. - ia .fir vii't^re. an 1 iiie i.e;'a--iun ml I\ r - 1 v. i v nin ; nf Ihi-w.-ek wa-iiu e\e . ;.' i M '.i the rule. I'V'TV *i lit bl in^T Hi'. eiipn ,1. and Im' litlle standing rimiu was lift. Tin- tl ir.tl and ntln-r ilee.irati ms were in L:. • il taste, hirjo cluster- i>f ferns tt.uikiiiii' the sta^e on either hand, ami a sin-i I il'y .I\;T I ire feature liein^T thcwill- il nv a' i!i nar beaviiy curtained vvitti - -li.! !;•-!,1 ..; wbitc il.tisv ulossum- in an cv, TJ.IIU birder. The exercises were e imlueb.d iu p-rfeet unlet - : the papers ;i:i 1 orati'ii of the j;i - ;idiiatin_i r C1;;M> were fu'.iy u;i t , th.- u-iial stamlaril and the wi, tl.. lit! FlattslmrghV C^rtennirl! v^:• looth vvviTFR^vr.Y or vMfRirv> rvnlPi'MitAt»\. 1x7 c;. Tin F r rTllIv I. 1.^.). INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ITEMS. f r -r-.rr-'- . f • P . r ti e P . • • J-. w,::_- f. ,• , - . - T W i--l, I I- * \ -l. v. .. n'\ - A r. i -- • i. ' i i i i- i i AMUSEMENTS, SPORTING, OUTING. t-.v. ' t •ill 'l'\ f 'J.'-l <' . ( iti/. u- i I}--, ^tra'. i ... r.'l'ii. _-ti t ..i ; - \v,.i-. I, .:: : ( . . ! Alii re . 17:1, ( . U -, l.«, \ i.i,- Fili-. Tln -e w :'! ; ii. in Ike _- .•.,'. ]- ,•• tin- 1\ i' - -'eirjh Fin. Pi p iittm T. i:,i,t;-i. -ir,.l ,,tlar s,., ;, ti. - . \V ,'i da ! P.>st and visilinj; Pus's (\ Vetiran* i f Vie p\.:h. '.\ilh an :.u .-, r . I. .irk A. v. ith 7 II, tl. - A. IL. •1 Ik-'h \l< -iim n!- N. Y. State V f. •]• ral Salute .f i:i ; and Xati.j.al Salute ,.f 'IUTI'I i r- . vv . •uns :i* -anriie, N ^mi- a t n.'.'Si tin d by t. ,-.. C. 12th lb .*!. (.'. S. A. Pr..ei — inn f.irm* at 11 t. v.. I'.'. Um. F. Mel. .k. cr.md Mir-kal. witti ,i: !-. t'rat'iun. Pi elaridinn i f Ind. ]•. nd, m e. vocal ami instrumental mu.-ie. ..n t'nsb.m II .use Park at 1 r. M. S;I trti Italile, Press I'ara.'.e ..;id 15 lUuii .n Pri'l by visiting military c^mpuni. - at :'. r. M. mi t'l.urt stna.t Athletic Gr.-unds. Athletic sports i>f varintf kinds. l'ii.- - L'irai' of Vi.^'- IPill fur (Tmtiin ('.unit. - Championship, between Clinr.ui IJ. Ii. ('.. of fl.a/y. ar.d Nameless ..f Pia!ts- lnir-li. f j'\\ lbiberl Heildersh.it . Iiie Pruinmer IJny nf the II:(ji[iah:iiiiinck, will be pn sent a- :i e;u. -t nf the (r. A. It . and UITCS an exhibition ..f his wonderful skill. The fesliyities tn Conclude With a bril- liant di.-phiv i.f Fireworks on Cumberland Bay. t'nme one. cnun: all. Thi' Fourth at Oirucitebunr. The Fourtii ..f July v.'i!! be Celebrated at O^dcnsbin-j: in riiyal -tyk - . Th e follow- ing are some of the priueip d features of the programme : ttratton. Reading of the I>i-cl:tx,ati.>n : (rreat llandienp Steeple iilt'iir alt'orded a true mdieaUou of Chase for .-j-JOO: Running Race for .-5170: : , - - . ,'e of effl-iencv which has been f ,m e ° f ''^ ball between two crack clubs: , Jj.-ierosse Jlalcli: a grand liroeessioa of .f wiuc-u w e Xerribles; firing of salutes aud ringing of under Superintendent bells, with, a grand displav of fireworks i n f U ssist- the evening. The O. tt L. C. R. R. Co., will sell tickets on the 4'U at reduced rates, to enable all who wish to attend the celebration. F .i ;i. 1•.;•. ri • ar; t' th.. ii 1 I ••• ti.ls e.-.-ry •i-.n aft.-r -.-.-ti ei can b, -el l.-.l fr..i,i b. i.,-.v b y tiv > ..riiin.. men. t .- -;..!::._- up tie- -id,. ,,f a baiidiu^ being :n t b- . a- y by m in- •; i win-.-l s.-t a t the t ;. . f . if i -i 1 • .. r lie : ,p -,•-ti m. Ala TiT. a - \\ ,-•, -iy Mill- i - .' > - irat .^ i county a • t'l i- r pi' - , t. , ; i • .: wa< r-tised against a b i.i :bi_- a;. 1 -.-\. a iii.-n were distributed Up.ei if ,e iliT.-retl! ].ii'lts. Tittls, with a liTlc In !;. any win I i ,v .,f the tallest build- iu_ r i.m be i.-achi .1 mikiii.jr the simplest aad be-1 nf !.r, i -cap, - . par hot,-!-, fae- t .1 ii -. ! ti in i fi- - . a - , 1 in f n-t all kinds of bail ! ii.' . tin -ieii..inl 1 tl l.-r tiil- every i.a- a. ib' e r. •( lii.-ui, ii*. while f .r farm pit;. .-.-. j.;-iii'i_' f-.f,'. tri;uini:ij trees, A.. - .. A... . th-y a: - , a,!--, tie- \._T\- thiau; e .1 in I \ti- iiistitiiti-m are all so proud Ii >!-lc!i a:' 1 hi- t llieieni enrp- i an!- - . Th • remarks of the Superintendent on ],f. .-en: itinu >'f lte.^ents - Pipl.imas were esp.eialh happy and well timed, and gaTe an i !•-t in a few words of the amount nf .stilly an 1 careful application rciaired to secure tin - e iliplomtt-. Hon. George W. Palmer gave the address to the graduating da** without notes, and iuhis usual grace- ful and happy vein. We publish the pro- _LT iiiiiiic btlf.v. with lt.-^;.:uts'list. ste. ritiMJKAMVlE. Siii-i •—rfett-.-tion by tl.e Oretiestct. Prayer—liev. Charles KnynuMs. Kss.'iy—Impressions— Chu.rk.tte S. Everest. l-.-s,-ty—The Power of l-ilen.-e—len tiie Slaves Piano Soto—G-lrotle i,ii\.ll.i— U.i!:, Cliar- InTe .s. Everest. Or it ...ii - \The stun never Sels \— - Edvvar.,1 H.nv.tfil. K-^ iy—The wlieet of Fortune—Jennie L . • ii'kok. V-.i-ii ^..lo-The Flower Girl — Beri^,, ml. Mrs. .Mar.-li. Kssav— \^pea'.r ta th e Earth and i t shill Te i.-h ihe.' - —I,la A. Moore. Kssay—shii.s ot ATvth an d Faney—Sarah. L. Weaver. Jliiste—Self etion by the Orchestra. Presentation of Diplomas. A.l.lress tu the Graduates—Hon. George W. Palmer. • !3en»dlcrli.in by Kev. F. B. Uall. LIST OF liKABCATIS. Cla-s Motto: '•>\»« <J its, Sol Ij-tul \ Jf-i.'. mi,- '••\\•.,•'-—Ida Klsie Moot-p. Jennie lJe{)i)rt on Chang.\ oF School Rooks. rhATTSiiruun, >. Y., June \ - , !?a. 7\.. ih,- Cli;t •...( O.'itty Tr i..|nn'*v.- ; • i—t • Your committee appointed tn <• -n ' ler ti e advisability of chaiigeof text booics in this ' .•oiinty, i n .-oriformity wirli our instruetions, lespeetfully l'ei.jrt thxaugh tke local piess as fol lows: We urgently recommend the adoption and use of Averiil's Clinton County Geography in every district ot th e county. We consider Lhat at present no change in text Imoks is advisable wilU the exception of reading books. Having considered tiie claims ot various seii.-s, we recommend Swinstou's Readers as best adapted to the needs of this comity. Ad o t vvhl.-U is respectfully suiimitted. FOX HOLl)t,N. S. S. TAYLOR. HERaEltr itUODSPEED. C. W. CL, AKii. A. C. FrtKllli. THE WEM VICINITY NEWS. i YV.r i i, - ir 1 t-i tic- mi:iufa; - turc.it is . trri.-d ..u in th.-vill ij- ..f >[ .rris.iavilie i i'•--i !- - -.a - null. Nothing but the vtry l».-i of limlii.r i- u-cl taid no kiln drie 1 iu u'..-r i- u-ed i jirnei-.-s which is h li.-v.-d to kill the life of the timber. All t !• I .ii.'.fr :s M a-uii-d by tin- naturalpru- i •--. au 1 t;e- ri-uit i- th it the greatest p --i •:. \r. a_ - li ..f el. r.-rtl. A new apple worm has appeared in the ' town of Malta, Saratoga county. j David Thompson was fatally crushed in ( Thompson i.V. Son's paper factory at Balls- i Lewis Rickok.Kdwiiril How.ird.Jeiinie Staves, ton, June 10. I Latin J.-a./, Mi.- <;,„••*?— Charlotte Savage Ev- r . , ., , ,, .,. ,, ,- , ; etest, i*arali La.-y Weaver. J3. IT. (.TOOtlsell, awaiting the action of 1 r-Mfiitinfr.* r,.r i;, L :n'*~ Itn-m'giiife Crtitirutm. tiie trrand jurv for luinrlarv, broke out of -Eiisha CiLlkij.s iiie haul James Cotter For- t ] ie \iLalone jtiil Friday mornimi, June 19. i jae Cox, Ldw^rii LI o ward, W 1.11 jam Belclon J ~ ' Kiehmond. Sarah Lucy Weaver. A telegraph liue is be built from Sckroon ; Candidate / ,-/?,./. ,./„• Acn.t.mh- J i/,!.-m.,s— L^e tn johnsburcli. passing through Pot- Edwaru Howard, Eleanor Mel iillocU tlamble. . -o r>i » n - • i i vv- Sarah Lucy \Weaver. ' tersvide, Chester. Riverside and \N caver- j VandUlatrx r'„r tin/, 7il.<~ r..7» q, Ftitram:- Diph>- town. \Jen\uambTe WeStU U Barker; K ' e:lIi ° r ifcCuI \ Orscnwich is excited over the discovery ! of the bones of a grown person, found in ™ ~ the cellar of jfrs. Maria Carpenter's resi- Eastern Pi» Irou Association. dencc. Ti,„ P. -tr,,.., i>t, T, „ » , • .- - l Articles nf association of the \Lake : The Lastern 1 ,g Iron Association paid Ge) „. w Stcam Vacllt Coiapany » h:lvo ,, een a visit to Rogi-rstield on Tuesiliy of this nk-d in the office of the Secretary of State •y part is preserv-. Tivt-ek, starting by special train on the Chat- at Albany. The capital stock is-*7.U.M.>, • .-•!!; , • 1 -• i . • : .-in t... . ., .-I • e -.. . - 1 . , -All ,- il 4 . i ', - - - a,. i •i in . • ; i • ' i , b.r .'i 1 a- a '. i\ - !ir P' t , 'lie \ \i I.IJ dl .... 1 ee is Used. This ; caugayRaikoad from Plattsbtirgh about S i- i .:. 1 .i':y a-- .rt-d, and all eros-graincd . v . M., and ace jtnp tui-jd by Hon . Smith AI. ..• lai, . if.. t piece- r.-jei ted. Thus light- j Weed, Hon. Andrew Williams, A. L . In- m— i;id strength are combined. For the : ma n, Hon. Wm . E. Smith and Warden r,i:i_-- oik and a-h an- u-e,.l. and these are I Fuller. Th e mines, separators, hoisting f,..iu lltri i-l ..trili to one inch, in diameter. : works, &c. were thoroughly inspected by 1.-..-1 y ..; „_. r ,u ,;i ,.f ,.-irtiaij the lumber t.. ' tiie party, after wldcti luach was served, .:• I. 1 lire 1 1 Till- l- of course done by and on the return a halt was made at Clin- !;; a .urn IT. aii d !hu- ,-very part is perfectly | ton Prison, after Avhich they returned to ti'Vl. Iiu-). riir,_' i - -.-eurely nailed iu '. Plaltsburgh. stopping a t The Fou.piet albr th - j.o-.. , l! V ,i,iv, n home, and a House over night, where tltey were ten- -•••!• ' ! ••' p-tin' '• 'iitpl'-t.-s the process ,iercd a serenade by the Piattsburgh Band, t Hi,.-;..:._'. -ul p taking the steanter Vermont for Port T\ -;.-'. - .[ ', td-lif; ale in ide : the suit- U cUr y on W'eduesd.iy inurning. Tke fol- lowing are the nrnes of the p irly : Itenry S. K--kar:, Civsi.l^r,t Kastern Pii< Iron Ass.irij.tbui . Ilea liuij. Pa. .• 1 ••!••' - .•-..'!- t fr :., a . j. ,r - - • t tie- • , - -; •- f r Tl,. l, iy _v .-- r . \- m .-'. . . . . ' - i glei ' . x't-ut. 1 ....- ,C of Medina, .... • . ti e p- - ..tVf .... J :-;'.-•. I 1. in... , ;. - \.; -.- '.n s un- :. .. ' . A»r \ialli ill tl»i« ! ..p I -r ll»<- se.ci'.n on *• • ,. l.v ti.i- 1 uruer.-. ... ' p . U'. di fo r k' epillg . r.v.r. a ti,. Ulfl i.ovi Ily in , iv '.{H-riK t. >war..i» the • .. f :.• t ;., u' i i Ahtbi'-lofJ a t : I ,' • r ..f n JVI JU< - and Itader ''.--. ' *.. ai.tvi- it. B. wj,l i fTcr for i-alt until • ' • i '.. of July, a mi f liue of liMiittt* a. 1 ,.»< . Hi\ta *t •I.W and llSi. J' . fa., to i ail auii gjirc tU«rm It trilic«l ' .tl,.:.a' cii if m utid of »Lii»eii. i nit rei i-ni decision tlt»t llie oleomw- •'.:.].. iavi i« uuc.jti»iuuiit.n»l bacliufllbe b.tu-r tr»,ie. TUc tMuutry »» likely to be » LI *jiu uiluw butter\ now, bat ii.-,»! people »dl prefer UM: ptve article. 1 HI, rue of toonrm*iion in the Jrwmb f\>uajogu«r laM H»lurtl»y aKMrMaf •mam kiUrukd try » krgc wtdieaee, *twa were —ay titium who tkM «*U •****i IU* \mtnmkn imm tor U» §m H 1 ... ..nil\. e I.- - - t P. .-•-- - : -. .->• ••... in'- ••;,' • in >r. • n ' A . . -._• t - , A , . n 1 I.i- w i- ..:i!y .., :, , ' ,-i .,:•! . ..-it.-' v. he ii b- . • - - \ ..i ...• i « \\ 1, i• i. \< ir- . :••.-!• -T ; g 1 w fi a n Co ir , , ' . ; in V' c i t'l!' 1 a- ' •- , - ;- ' • . --.l'ii nt- • nil •.._•-..-• ji 'i .- > w ii ib-'l !•> Iheir • . • .; . ;. .\-'-. Til' - -i He - .\d- \ t ' ' ' * • • ' -1 ' ' '•'.•- - I ' i\ 'i - ' »-'h' ,• • .,'--, I- .,-. i -•, a - !•• b e .. it , ..'•\:.• 'r!, ... . - .' . I'IIIIIKI >c t f'irafes. % Ta-- ; -ti .\b ' I C - a p. find let iuto i. i .. I n ,TI,; •'. .in i - a pub'b- i rn-ruy a-, ... . . .- . i,'-e th,. f is. a n 1 he,ho,,!,i b e , T. .'• ! - - .il.. Tin - i.thir tl iy one of -. ..;>,- Ie ' - 'A.'ts I tki. a up w Licit had P- ,;, r- i-Ati-r^li'ig front (irauil Isle to Pr >vi li nee I-!arid. Probably no! a ti-h | . ai i pa.-- through Ilia' great fish run- j •A.. - ., but i vt ri - one Would be i-a._rht ih ! U, it net. from a half a p..undk wiitrht ; upward. T... sc pound net tisherui-u un • b r-'a.el t!i..roughly The runways ami t, ib.t- \f Like Champlain »*h. They hiv.- already half destroyed Ihe fishing .!. th. -' w iter.-. Bushels of tine perch luvi IK en found the past weekf-tttrown A*ay ami rotting, that hail been caught in Muder«{.-.itii'l net!- and rejected because u< CIIJU red market them- Poor men tan no longer get their food ou t of Lake 1 Champlain a i they once could, and spurln- ; jjieit all complain that tUe fishing never 1 vin» KH poor. Pound nets are doing the rnist bief. The liuadreds and hundreds of barrels of tisli wtiich have been shippt d i from these waters since last New Years were miwlly kpaWDiug fish- bag* and ' [.ike caught io pound nets. These ! Pound Srt Pirates are stealing public I property, and should be hunted out o£ the I country. They have been coining money I out of these waters. Whether times are g.**} or bad their thievery goea on just the same, adding more to toe burdens of poor men the harder the limea are. They make their money easily. They may sink one of their seta in the channel of Lake Champlain a»d extend their leaders from N«» York to Verasoet and take nine taatiM of the •*» that paas, their work caa all be doae ia UM dark, aad i t pays U»i» waD-as *«U as th* work o.' - nf I f 11- I - - ale 111 ule : tin- s'.ut- ilie jiajii rhatigi I - .-' 1 id h r, paint- : , i-aipLtiter> - aa I builder.^ - , aa i ' ..Ml- -the latter being fitted - tor th. - b lUoin. a;i 1 wheels fur I'le ctpf-ity ot the mill is 2W diy. and I'l l pe r daV arc now being , ut. The greatest care is exercised .' ewry -tip in tie- manufacture t o guard ,i: un-: .rap-' iftctioii. and every seeti-.n is - i.'.j- . I'd !\ the -everc.-t te-ts before leav- ! ;:ig !,.'. f.u lory. ' l'.ie ( ii ui.[.lain L'jiiit II..use Depart- ment: tiie \ \ ar P. par - me nt at Xi-iV York j c.iy torts, ar-euals and navy yard; the ; .\i.y Yard a' I; .-L.a hiVca.Il been sup- ; pi.ed ,\.i,i lie - • 1 tl I'-r-. Lii'l the Boston' M ihaiiii- Iii-iilule l.a.- ad. pled theni; . a'-. -.-•.. ii! pi liiiiueiit buii-l.-r- of that | i ';,. Mr. E n.-tv i- I. ..v sole proprietor of j t;e- pai. u: and of the establishment at Mor- ri- uivilli . ami i.e has the right for all the Rj.-t.-rn Mi 1. ii'. at.d Southern States, while Mr. A;, r. - IM-the right for the We-tcrn ! S- iti -,and tin- I',u irie States are undivided. 3Ii. Ayr. - i- h'cited at Chicago where he hi- n • ently t >rut - d a stock eouipain. \Vhi-rever tin- la Ll.-;-s are introduced they s.-.'i r. a li.'y aad the rea-on is ..bvioti-. for it i- at >.u •• -ecu by whoever examiues them th it Im v combine all the desirable .pi /.ii,.-- v. it!i ^r.;af .-irnpiictty. A firm has re, etitlv .-1.tried to mikj ladders on sonie- Th.'ij like this [.rineifile, lifter the model ol a patent s en • itiin tei-n^vetrs old. Th e lui'iu p lint of ih Here nee i* in the shape of tiie slot at the end of the section Splice. Iu the Emery laid.-r, as we have seen this slot ends iu a curved surface, ba t in this old patent the >;,,'. cuds iu square corn- ers, thus giving u good starting point for a break, at this very point where the great- est strength is needed and stamping the «nrk with a fatal defect. The industry is only fairly started, and yet oyer 00,000 sections bayc been sold already by the eastern and western agen- cies and ihe business steadily increases. This region furnishes the very best of materials for the manufacture, with a n abundance of water power; and transpor- tation facilities being excellent, and labor plenty th re is no reason why the busi- ness so suspiciously begun should not bold its own here, and increase so as to supply the greatly increased demand, which is likely to arise as the sterling mer- its of this useful product of home eater- prise come to be more tuliy understood. which is divided into .50 shares. Two prisoners escaped from Washing- : ton county jail June lttth, while Sheriff. ; Johnson was locking the prisoners in their : cells for tke night. They were in for burglary and had the liberty of the corridor, j Salavadar Rosse, an Italian R. R. labor- ; er. employed, on a construction train of , the D. & H. on the Champlain Division, fell on the track a short distance anove ! Putnam Station June 19th, an d his left leg ! was run over by the locomotive, inrlictitjeg ' injuries from which he died. ] Jtiss Carrie B. Balfour, aged 20 years, i was drowned in the St. Lawrence river, < at l 'gdensburg, June 20th. She was in a • boat with her betrothed. Geo. W. Hurlbot. ; and while changing her position fell over-! board. Ilurlbur. did his best to save her. : ind brought her u p from the bottom three ueet. Kaieioipi. Keinii, secretary Eastern p )g times, but nnally became exhausted and Iron Association, Washington. , , _ _„,..,] , • ,,„.„ ,-.• J.Wesley r'ulltcaii, Treasurer Eastern Fig barely s,iutl Uls on n mi. Iron Assueiitmii, Philadelphia. — — George u. E.-kert, iienry Clay Furnace, PFHFRAI NFWS W..r.'1'aylor, Che-5terF.ima.-e , X..T. j Wm. A..lugliam,Rut'lcliill I. Jt o. Co , Peun. Snow accompanied a cold wave at Tra- A. I'.ndee, .Ir , Allentow-n it. .M. Co., Penn. ; ,-erse (in- Mich Tunc •'•'.l J. Howard Marshall, Marshall Furnace, Pa. I %t - r M Llt J - JtlCU., June —d. Aifrni -M truiutil. Marshall Furn-ice, Heun. j The canker-worm, is doing much damage Alexander Hooven, Norriston lr,u Woris, I t0 01 . t .)j ari p s i n Monroe CouutV. P.i , Ontario, a small village near Lyon?, N. T.. was nearly destroyed by tire nn the Trlalty Clowe* Hsutiay Sekaal Ekearslasi An excursion for the children of Trinity Church will be given o a Wednesday the first day of July. Leaving Piattsburgh at 11.4AA.SI ., oa Use stealer Maqoasa, a course wiH be takea aorthward past Loag Poiat, Poiat Aa Boehe, aad theaee soath- wardto will aa4 Arrow Paial. •jUltelaasM. Tit l-.d^in Mil-kley. Thomas Iron Co , Penn. It. H. Thorn ts.'Tuoinas Iron Co., 1'enn. K. M. Cook, > - w York city. Hun. A. C. (\.infield Oover, S.J. H. Henderson, Phil idell>hia. G-.nge Uieiiardi,Gletidoii Iron Co .N.J. Richard Wo i.i.Redlord Furnaee, Va. VV\. Al. We iyi-r, .Vlaeenegle Iron Co.. fa . J. C. Kent, Andiver Iruu Works, N.J. F. fct. Wesl.m, CrozerSt^el & ixoii Co., Va. H. V. lb. AleigS, Peilll. ii & iV.C.l . P.I. James Caihnun, F. & K, it- R., Pa . t. H Bell, C. Jt It. K. It., fa. I-.1 u- EcK.irt, t'optut Furuiee Co , Fa. Alfred Kinisliaw, FUiladelphia. George i'. n irnes, Crane iron Co., Pa. W. AV\. Van Voorhis, Alanluittan Iron Works, j S. V. j C. H.-Vimsea, AUentown K. M. Co., Pa. ci I ward Eekart Stetson, Reading. Pa. it si. Hashri.uek. 't'roy 'linies/jtroy, JS . V. F. D.Oweu. Wastiingtou. D.C. W. S. Green, Crown poini trou Co., X. Y. H. L. Reed, Crowjipoiiit Iron Co .>'.Y. W. C. Wtthcrbee, Wifherbee, Sherman it- Co , X. V- H r> Willar.l, Port Henry, X. Y. G-orge G.liee, Port lienrv Iron Ore CJ ,N.Y. w . T. Foote, Uay State iron Co , S. Y. hdgir S. t.'ook, Warwiek Iron CJ., Pa . Waller VVooa, I'hlladell^hia. I'has Wood, Philadelphia. John J.irrelt, Srey. Am. Tin Plate Ass'n , Pittsburgh. Wm. R. JUrt, PhiUdelphi.i. Grorge Oavts, Norway Furnace, Pa. Henry MeCormielc, Paxton Furnace, Pa . Edward Bailey, Glasgow Iron Co., Pa. A. G. '->. rham, iWew lork. Fred Enijle, New York. >1. K. llarizell, Allemown, Fa. Andrew biekey, Port Henry sjteel & Iron Co , X. X f, g. Willierbce and wife, Witherbee», Sher- man Jt Co.. N. i. U.S. Moffit-aud wire, Lackawanna I. X O. Co, Pa. Miss Gautier, Pott Henry. P. R. MleUou, Leesport. Iron Co., Fa, Hon. Smith. St. Weeot, PI-' ttsbn r^ti . linn. Andrew Williams, Platuburi/b, Miu . Wm. F. Stnllli. eialtsbuxgu. Hon Ni.ith Fuller, Oanueuiors. A.. L. I utuaiL. A*l.ALUbu riftl.. PUBLIC OPINION. [ Thin o'u-n* i§ open to the fret ductution of at topic $ 0/public mlrrcit.l Is there a Dag ia tke Maayer! Whose policy was i t that sent to the State of \ ermont for the printing of the large colored posters fur the Piattsburgh 4th of July celebration- These posters are 68x32 inches in three sheets, on verv poor paper, aad with a botch job of pasting. W e have in Piattsburgh a first class printing establishment, with type and all facilities for this class of work whose full size three sheet posters are 84x43 inches, with display type, eaeles, Ac, to match. Not even an application was made at this establishment for this work. Whose potter is it that sends money subscribed freely by PlatUburgb's cUiseas out of town ia these hard times for this work, which caa be much better dooeathonser There was oaee a dog ia a manger,who, witkoat eating, bisnself, kept others from •alias;. Whathiaisw sBd that da g ft? Be saaat haw ted ft w»tlre. Was that morning of June 22 1. j Three yachts an d a schooner were j ! wrecked on Lake Erie at Cleveland, June j ! 22 1, in the great storm. j Severe shocks of earthquake were ex- J i perienced last Saturday morning at Brrnc | ! and Geneva. Switzerland. ! Five hundred and forty-one Mormons, j '• sailed in the steamer Wise, insin fromLon- J i don June 20lh en route to Utah. ! It is reported that Miss Vau Ziudt, the I famous American opera singer, is engaged I to marry a Russian Grand duke. Niagara Park opening July 1-5. Presi- dent Cleveland - md the Governor General of Canada are expected to attend. The Delaware and IIu3son Canal Com- pany is having new steel rails laid from Vfaterford Junction to Coon's station. The village of Portvitle, five miles from. Olean. N. Y., was nearly destroyed by tire June lit. LJSS AT.5.000: insurance $25,000. Colonel Casey has ordered th e placing on the Washington monument of an apa- ratus which it is thought will prevent all further damage by lightning. The prospectus of the new Canadian government loan wa s issued i a London June 20. The amount of the loan is £4,- 000,000 sterling and the minimum price is placed at 'JO per cent. The first horse railroad car that ever ran on Broadway, New York city, made a trip last Sunday over the new line from the depot at OTst street to the lower ttr- minus at the Produce Exchange. At the annual meeting of the O. & L. C. H. K. Co., a t Ogdensburg June 17, the fol- lowing board of directors was unanimously elected: Wm. J. Averell, J. G. Smith, E. C. Smith, J. W. Hobart, F. 8 . Stranahan, J. W. Langdon, it. B . Smalley. W. A. Has- kell, 1 1 L . Millis, Sterue Morse, S. A . Carlton, D. W. Lawrence and Tim. Hoyle. At Charlestown, W. Va., June 19, at Richard's &. Leon's circus a balloon caught fire from a hot air stove used in inflating it, just as the ropes were cast off, and shut into the air with William Patterson, aeronaut, aged 33, of Wellsvdie, Ohio, in the basket. After ascending several hun- dred feet the balloon collapsed and Patter- son fell to the ground crushed to death. Elf.MJWAI, Washington county Teachers' Associa- tion Bandy Hill, August 17. It is reported that President Porter of Yale College will BOOB leader his nsigna- A ffwat aosahar of College coameaoe- asnals asw taking place this week all over list coaatry. Oear half the scholars la Manchester, H. H . mwsttsd school wltkosjt leave the ether day t o go t o a Uciaae* wMft* l a Kshrasfcs t o Aug a sekoalgirL U Toledo U coats «JM to Msaaew^ taaVmss.lt caamfcMMto gaS asWeVawa BMh aaa, ~ lofsUsnl I* a* aaa 1 . n. Th. X, v Vorklab.r ••-.' . .'-. ,-u '1 a'i t'iru on' on I.'tbon '- H •.] 1 iv. tin l.r.t M 'iid t\ in s . p* n.' 1 - i . Ia T. r-.-i'.. . i> !...\ !•:- ,- 1 i ,b r. T - stnnk ' I-'> i''ir i r . ia u . ••tdit. «,''i ord. r- of li e I.i',' r I \ai. v. I'-tring the 1 ist ,1, , :,], . K;;.-; t 1, , . , ^. n- .- f.irn ; -li. d F.'irop.' with f r. .m .;'.. il I.i lOi.lldil.i.ll biishils ..f win d . v^i d f trim i - i n W.t-hbigt.in and s in. t.'t counties sa y that crop- h t\v b. . a -• i.'.oin si t ;i s . foriv ir.i in .Line a - it pn -- en'. fir iss f inning in Mi-souri 1- steadiiy i-\- tending, having recently i m r. 1-1.1 from elcvi n pi r ci tit of the farming land* to twenty pi r .-. nt. Betwi en New York city an.l Fort Ed- win! tin-re a m seventeen bt-ist furnices, rcprrsi-nlmg a capital of s}s_r,o'Uiti->. and only three are in opcrati >n. Prominent niercli.mt- of Tmv hive agreed to close their stores ,<n Friday at t r. M.. commencing July 10. and give their employis a weekly haif-holiday. B. tween -toil and oiiO niintrs i-> the em- ploy of the Suu.l iy Creek On' '' 'lipatiy . of (')hi i, strut k June in. f.-r a a advance' in wages of twenty e> nt? ptr t..n. ' Four thou-md D in.-s are e\pi ,-ti 1 to arrive this sea-on, to s, tile iu the North- west. Most of these people arc firmer-, , and bring enough money with them to buy farms. Beef is now slaughtered in Omaha far the eastern markets. The tir-t car load from that point for Boston mule its 2.000 miles journey ii 0 days recently, and i:r- rived in good order. An Otsego county fanner was recently fined A10 fnr cutting of the tails oil his six ' cows wile an axh in a fit of anger caused ' by one of them whisking her tail in his • face while he was milking. F.ishion's decree that flowers an 1 scarfs shall b e used t o trim hats and bonnets has thrown over 4.01X1 girls out of employment in houses where the sate and manufacture • of feathers has been exclusive. Three hundred thousand acres of laud •were procured in Tom Green, Howard and Mitchell counties, Texas, J une 22. for three organizations of colonies. American. Ger- man au d Bohemian. The land will be laid oil into farms. Th e colonists com- prises t>:'o families, wh o bring with them over S.300,000. Teu female spinners who had been en- gaged in Ireland were arrested in New- York city. June 20, under the United States law of Feb. 2>3. 1?*5. prohibiting the im- portation of contract labor. The law im- . poses a penalty of $1,000 on the contrac- | tors for each person so imported. and-*o00 for each person ou the Captain of the ves- sel, if he imported them knowingly. The Dublin Freeman's Journal publishes ] an interview with Bishop O'Connor of Xe- ' braska and Wyoming in which he dis- courages extensive Irish emigration, tak- ing the ground that for two-thirds of the , people who leave Ireland as emigrants to America the change means misfortune and physical hardship of a most terrible kind, besides a moral degedration still moie tip- palling. By the first of next month, every iron and steel mill in Pittsburgh and vicinity, with one exception, will lie using natural gas as a fuel, which will reduce the con- suption of coal here, 3\.i50 bu*Iiels per annum, or one-seventh of the yearly ontpuf of the region tributary to Pittsburg. It will also throw- out of employment thou- sanns of firemen, coal-heavers an d ash haulers employed iu the mills. CRIMINAL. Cluverius. the murderer of Lillian Mad- ison at Richmond is sentenced to hang. Xov. 20. Fifty prisoners have iast been trans- ferred from Sing Sing prison to the Au - burn prison. George Schneider was hanged at Ham- ilton. <>., June 19. for the murder of his mother last October. A Boston woman has just been sen- tenced to eight months' imprisonment for assaulting her mother-in-law. So far fifty-one persons have committed suicide on account of losses at the Monte Carlo gambling tables this season. Five negroes accused of maltreating au d murdering a -white -woman, -were hanged by a moblit Elkhart, Tex is, June 21st. A citizens' posse from the Texas side of the Red River have lynched 1-5 outlaws m the last two weeks in the neighborhood of. Delaware Bead. Henry Howard, a negro was taken from the jail at Coshocton, Ohio, June 1!». an d hanged by a mob. He had assaulted two vouna ladies one of whom will probablv die. \ Pern\ and William Melton, father aa d son, were executed i u the p Irish prison a t Farmersville, La., June 10, for the mur- der of John W. Cherry, coreunited on April 1-5. ls<L Frank Pyres received fifteen lashes on his back iu Baltimore June 10, anil will spend li months in jail—liis punishment fnr beating his wife. The whipping took sixteen seconds. The 1) • ly of Thomas L ui.-y w ts Pmnl in an old well at Darien, C um.. June 21st, bound hand and foot, wurh a bullet iu its head. Martin Eigan. a farmer for whom Laliey worked, has been arrested. A fight occurred in the District Court room at Fort Worth, Texas. June 10. wLicit came near resulting fatally. A murder trial was going on where two opp .spig lawyers became engaged in a controver-y which ended in blows. Then tue judge leaped from the bench an d was struck by a lawyer, whom he turned upon and felled by a terrible blow, and then he seized one ' of the combatent*. and ordered the j .try to assisr.. and helped separate them, f he court lined al l the offenders except Ihe man he dealt the blow, who he probably thought was sufficiently punished. RELIGIOUS. Sunday races at Chicago an- I i be aban- doned in defereuce to the Christian smti- ment of the city. A Universalis! Sunday school w;ts not allowed to take part in the great Brooklyn Sunday school parade. A Guttenberg Bible bought \in l^si by! Hamilton Cole, a New York lawyer, ha s been sold by him for .*l.j.U00- There is an un-chri~ti;in feud between the American and German factions of the Methodist church in Amsterdam, N. Y. The Essex and Champlain Baptist Sun- i day School convention of ISSj, will meet with the Sabbath school of the First B tp- ] tist church of Ticnndemsra, the opening session to begin at -iM>> o'clock. Tuesiay afteruooii, Sept. 1st. The general assembly of the Presbyter- ian church in Canada concluded its labors June IT. The greater part of the day was I engaged in discussing the questiou of mar- riage with a deceased wife's sister. The ! last assembly had forwarded three imes- ', tions to all the presbyteries of the church I iu regard to marriage. The answers were ' read and a long discussion had o n the sub- ject. I t was finally decided to refer th e matter to the next assembly. A letter from Rt. Kev. Bishop MeXeiray I was read in the Uoinau Catholic churches | of New York city, last Sunday, calling at- ' tention to the decrees of the Baltimore Synod recording picnics ami excursion:-. The decrees provide that appeals to the public through picnics, excursions, etc., may only be made when the proceeds are fur some public charity. All dancing aud the sale of intoxicating liquors at such gatherings are strictly forbidden. Moon- light excursions, nicnics continued after nightfall and meetings which endanger good morals are forbidden. Any religioui society transgressing these rules will be deprived of a chaplain's services and uol be permitted to wear its iaaignia in church or receive the cocamunioa ia a bod v. T II A .- ! t i i'ia.l i i i • 11, -\ -v • • - • -\ *'. - T - • r \- ,-- • tl, , w r' ! • i ,'. - - , n , t' ,-- V ..\\ I . V-v \ \ t I t I Mii.ll t:s J . l;K- , a - c, i T'\ - -c - i- - .\. • . f • Mi' , . r - i .v. t , _-,•,„ : .- il.. •:•• '.'V ' d T- r •' • . .1 i - if Is. Wn . a I. -' !\. i ;-i I iv r f •. • ] i - :. r !>v 1 -• T e l'n, B.iTT -i bin i . - .g a.- N n 1 -- U 1 .li'.it'.f I'., r-v;'. . I .\ i. t* i in i-'. r a* Ibv •,;• ..:'.] .-,,- !-:..! ,', y i - - : ,'u . f w i't r J-!..' f. • T .\ in '.. s. wl, . 'i :- !'.,, ' -t .•a ne r.l it, ti e I\; 1 .- i - . -. Til • s. v. Tt'a lunui'rii - In tan n f.-':r- o i n d . •.-\s fr.'in i .ni'j< - tor tin - I'hi'.I- C-ip u ts r e.v, I it 1'tii'tl Ipltii. .Id\ . '•:>. TlaleW.!-' ' .v.. . :i!rl' - -. C tu. i ,-iM-l I in- j vi r-i'_\ of Pi n't-;, i-. ca i. C -r i. il wi-ming. , At tie N. w York A'\..;. Me i i ib ITT-I.I1 -prinj games. .1 m- 'Jo. iu an c\.hibi'i\-i ' throw ..f the titty-i\ ; .eied wa igh', <'. A. .1 < ^i.-ckberuer in --v, n throw- c .v. r. I j 2a feet io*. in.-kis. b.i'it'j - th' - r. e -rd !.y 7 j inches. ' The lir-t f..\.'ia-. \t>. I be it- .v ••.Vlbmy ' cunt v fo\ limiting I'irk,\ gi'i- it- n - tie i head nf Ferry -tr. 11. W. si Ti.n. wiil take ].| ice July l-\t -iud b, c .nti-i'i.'d .... ii .1 iy | and moonlight night, o'd to t wild lav - ate arriving fi.in Cueid t. i John Kuntzof iNew- Y-'rk city, aged '.7, ha- made a w ig. r \f >.J.ilild tiia' h- ,\ id ' \il'-adhi ad\ him-clf by r ailr-.td from Nf.v j Yi>rk to San Francisco in six weeks, p ty- [ ing not a cint for raiii.-id f.-uc or c\- i pcn5e«. One nf the men with whom the! wager is made i-- to accompany him t o j sec fair play. j Edward H-inltn and John Teenier have | conipl-.-ted arrangements for the live i championship races Hicv arc to row . They will take place Angtist -s. AuiZ'tst 22 . .September .\i. September 10 an 1 October '!. will probably be divided between Buf- falo, Bi.stim, Tun into and Pitt^burgii. It looks like a hipoodrome- '.. i -'\ I > . i ' I f .-- 1I..O' • - .\ • . •!., t ;. , ,.. . I 1 A . . , \ , > 1 Mis. IT , ..1 r '• • : '. - - , i . M , ' it . ,\ !' • a - < lit VV IC • '. r i t ..'..-.,,, : I'i-- • .: e: 1 S ' ill ».--. 1 I . -.....' II, '.-..• ,, -.,.,,, s. • , I , r ,. , , I , I , t . --.-.< Week 1 ll'ir- t > , . f' ' M u I V i ' ' ••. I \ ' • s I* II .w-(o> i ia-. , _ . - I r . i , \i i , , , . ..VI n'li. Tl . v i J * -li' !»•, ' I'.'l. I o i . -., 'e-r- I ' -\ I. ,\ • ,.._. . ,,.. >• io s,. r . , , , , , , | \it in. ll'iH.i I - ' I, is ' . ' We Ie , 1 ty i .r tl, , .: u , , - II IS I !.!.•• -l... K e, ' f t KM. i:\in - n«n ci \ri:r '. i - i CURIOUS FACTS. Italy litis 22 crcmitinn furnaces. Insane asylums find old fashioned spin- ning wheels a source of useful amusement for 1'emale patients. In Berlin the building of any bouse higher than the width of the street >>u wuich it stands is prohibited by law. In Washington there are upwards of fifty families in which either the husband or wife is a negro, an d the other partner white. Iowa has 35.9 cattle to the simare mile, a larger proportion it Is said than an y other State. A six-months' old infant, rolled oil the bed into a pail of water in his mother's room, 50(5 Greenwich street New York. June 20. and was drowned. Wires an d bars are now produced di- rect from liuid steel by passing it out through dies in a manner similar t o th e production of pipes from lead. Weasel raising has become an import- ant industry in some parts of England, now that a market can be found for wea- sels iu Australia at from £1 to ijl.50 a head. Mrs. Richard Barton, who lives a short distance from New Btunswiek gave birth to a triplet June 20. 3lother and children are doing vail. < >a two former occasions Mrs. Barton presented her bus-band with t wins. A new process of making sugar has just been discovered In Germany-. Tue cane is nnt erushed at all, but sliced, and the sweetness is extracted by alcohol, which is then separated b y filtering through chalk. A large hawk was enui-uored by swal- lows near Youngsville, X. Y-. June 12. The hawk had caught a hen an d carried it to the top of a tree when the swallows attacked it and picked out both .-if its eyes when it fell to the ground au d was killed by a farmer. Receut examination-* of some of the \ancient mounds\ of Mississippi valley indicate that that they are not prehistoric\. A string of sleigh bells much corroded was found in one of them among Hint and bone implements. .it- i a t -. I Mrs A\. - DISASTERS. by were S.-venteca lives were lost in Lnva the great storm last Sunday night. It is reported that 2.2^1 persons killed by recent eartleja-ikes in th e vale of Cashmere- Seven persons were killed and -id wnund- e I by a boiler explosion a t Purwing. France, June 22. By an explosion June 21 in th - Barb-y pit at Apedile. North Staffordshire, teu p:r-ojjs wt.re killed. Nearly 1UO persons wire killed by an explosion in Pcut.ury Colliery, near Man- chester. Etlg., .lutie I s . Sivy-rive person- were drowned by the wrecking of the steamer Italia, by striking a sh trp r •' k in -tr Loin t-, J .me p.i. oil the c-.-i-t m' Peru. She stiuli in l o minutes. The storm .1 Sunday. June 7. on th e (•oast of Nt Win-I:I li-ttld\ Wi- the Worst km. ,\ -l in Pi \ i..ii - s. More th tti tin vessels were lost and* many lives. M i-t of the vessels were loaded with supplies f.«r the fisheries, which is cousnlen-d r:iv ••! iu. - worst features of the disaster. The membership of the gvaad an tke npoMe ia over M.wtf. TMtty-sta oat ot Mi apaslBsass f i te Weak Feral ware foaad y of TEMPERANCE. D i'i1nc_v, the temperance pavilion apos- tle, failed\to pay expenses in Troy and lift under a cloud. N-w York St-ite produced over i>. on ••.- o.i'.l birrels .d lor !a-t v.. ir IT.i.'O ' m -:e t!t tu duiing the pre. - ;oiis y.at. J hn B. G eigh. the B-.-v. J --i.liC.k aud Mis- Frances E. Will ir 1 a!.- - a'lU.fiu..-. ed t o -peak at the eeilte'llii tl I imp He • t- iuj;, Ticoudt-r.'jrt. Angus'. PI 21. Two th.fl-.i'id New II ittij'shtr.- children have signed a tinipertnee \K<- ige , wh.ch 1- t o bcp'.a. . d ill th e en,. T -'..tie t'f t.ic u.-w \loverniueuT b-.ildti.g tttO.i.i- nl. PROMINENT PEOPLE. De Witt Falmage sails for Eirope to- day. Beech\ r wa< 72, June 21th, St. J.din Baptist day. Senator O mkling sail.-l for Europe li- t Saturday. S. S. Cox s t Hcd Saturday f.-r Europe, accompanied by his wire. Senator Thurman is a go . 1 whist play- er, but caun.t endure a n aui-iteur. etthi r as partner or adversary. RAILROADS. An extension C tie Gran 1 Central De- pot ifi Ni >v York citv. imw In itij; built, and to be complete I .Inly lVh. is no by t»:»i, with a Ie igiil of !»t» ti-et front. It his line tracks which will be u-ed entirely f..r iucomiug trains, while the old dep it will be u-ed t\T trains outward bound. Ample provision his been mid* for storing tic euormotf'pt intities of basrgage left over for a few\ hours d iriug lite, rush of sum- mer travel, and alt transfers of li tgg ig.- are made through a tunnel TOWN CORRESPONDENCE. VAMJiHK. The propi In this vi''initv are suif*riie; ^rt-Aily from lit - want of r^lii Mr JIO tlr-, H. J. Hull of fUlU'.ur^U, were mm..; lit tftit* plaet- lit.-«t Wtr^nvAilAy Ml** 1-li.i.,, Starksls xuiliuj Irien.U Iu PlatUburj-h .... A. iu ulM*r ut >..ai.^ urn tt\tm l»Vru are f»uii>- \u4 oa V»k* >uc Hl«uJ, a oetter e»ujptug ter.-itti't ejuld ii..: 1>« Iviui.il . e-i>-cl-4ll» lar Hie luvni o r aiiKloi;. fo r a icrt-ul .( itnllly ,.t bUttkbtu a'xj.uii-1 lu lbalvieliui>. CM vne. raMartt HILL. Tefilli* w lad •lorni-i during tt» week He* i>.iv*t.>j» ..i>n 4atuitl»y nijlit lite >>il., ihvtopa whieb is u»e*i oa ih e e»r» i u the Itu^n «urlulii*i0 WM eul l u lw u |>,*rli*. b> aotae |M>it>>n. Tben tea SM reward offrml for lh« ttudtu, ut the person wuu UM II. We SM>|M» b« u.ay 1>« lottu<a +»& k>« ttvAU a» *«v«r*ly •IUI as aa <i»*»rv*«s w IM ...Mania Vawajr of Mloaiaaa wasealltiMI oa IrWads Um lut we«K ...r. Purla of rem spsat aautisy UM UWHUI Sir aad <w. Wtti Th.iaiw.rn t»»« bum vtsiuugat 4. r.Ta>Myo<n-.7TasK. W-*iu avaa sir. SMtaita at Blasa atttuk was* ou in« Sim ataaiSsy • Sia»*>f;»» O-M>B4« a«l«ail»il UMBlaai-'aiau<ikB>tMtktaHla-r. laesuh .. . ratlla Outam. Jr^apaal aaa liny as ssmim. Il ph'tit ri i il.i'fig. Mi- I ir, . 11 i elS'-..s,.t. r .l i .-.,'. r \.Ms . I 'el who 1- II! . !.;t. i It , t . i • n ' .s i hi.Ml -,' is s ', r. * v^ ' ' I- -1 no.'I • N-Iile HaiUlji.l'i g\' -• la Vhnilp. .1 1 Sell . ..Iili.tt . - Oet ;.tl - Ii.i . Tie.'-,. -. 1 er.-ises . M ,s. K o l st uit , i, , ^ |-i , , , sle-irt vi^it I , fn--t. 's ... s.rjAt . ,r ripemni: la-' tliese - ruoi,, i \ .ti\s, i rainy >tl}s ne ne»..l v i i,,.,.- ,11 ,li».n -i' M,--l. 1'iip. ,•»,-- -'i ..-, toartti.,1 .1 itv i s i'...,ii. g .. t Tim'-. .,., , m'l.urg ,t . . M,, tit. a. -ll.r-r. Mr- Afi,.,ni. K \ -no^l r-.. her*- . ..mi r \Ii'ievl-l Mr *.. - W. 1 ier has sold Ins li -t'-i•••.!. I t .t \ 1 • ,- eoi.si.t^rat ion . U r I-. . '- '. I.I- t imit'i Mr. W.-i ln'iii I in vet nut ; lis nnii'i-.IM..I1.. r t ' ..-x-.uolt .. i *t .»t last w.-eis s i-ent. o -l.'-iMh.^l-i Hester J O.ilselli.telm.-lii \ll-s H-st r ItHll-l !Usl!I-.g »e.. v I •-, • a - 1 Mel.-. '.. little mi:,IIOA- are w bi.-fi iit'.'.'e It., >, in lin t ri-I5.,ti Ti;- li,. -^ tli e' - t.- t l,» i n-. ,,-,.- Ill lf'S j .lliel '. the ]>..:.- it,. ' |, In i l I , t 1 • html Hi it is :ni 1 •! l.y tl,-!i.n tt, ,t longs to tin* tn tn \vh > tint i '.('Ir -; .,-. n ' e Ar^AIILE CH VSH. Last M.-Ti I ty af:-r:i a wl,! .• ;'i . Ir,-', m is- 'tis were at w,,. k n), nil..- ! ige j: ...-^, the staatu^^ave wav :u s i-li a mii.tii .is t, thr-.w the iv-.rt.-eeii '• i 'k* tr is 1 . t !.e ^, ,, lt , 1 il distance \if smile .'< teet. .line s H'l-Jls. 1 t-rotherof K.l-w-ar.l tie- e ntr-i.-t-.r. r e- 1V el inj mes that 1- iv.-s lu ii at •Will's .J.. >r. Mi. H.i^lis as he was tiir.e.vn l.i.-k-.v .r I srra-k the ground lieadf ireiuost, en'iungnie lit t« twdh some hard substanee. either iri-n-v ..r - i i,»., e tnipl\tely tcltll.g the s.-^j, f r ,, iU •,, , t, . a j and li.jnrtiigthe si.Hiai.-..;,min f .-a. I. ia.x- tent that he isparaly.'eiati.l i.iii.iui,, f las limbs Ur. Uul.er.'f Ke.-seMUe >, i, tit - . i-., iu charge Sliss Kale Hujhs ,.f IVra is ...I. lierl.r..tlii>rat tue I'h.wui II .use Mr ar.l .T.ltn Stark of Peru were.it in.- Cti i- ,i H «,-- IvstWeitiitsilav A birth.lay j i. lee at iiv l, iw lieud, oa th e I.ltr.e Atisit.l'-- nv- r i isi Tu-sday, was ei j .ye.l l.y >ini- ; gi'h ring. T.ne da y was i n hon .r of i, -org; • Atiai-- «.f tl.-- Ranter's II tiue. Some seventy cuest^ we.. . present. The repist WAS enjoyed hug--tj tliir peslmaster ii •geltofg r.-i-I.- o \ t'-it.. Who will ^ake the enviable p,.-ni\ii - tt, • 1 lery — \> .C. llaj.leu U takings!--re.... ..j.,.. views of Ihe fj.ijrr Ch ism, Alie- 1'tlU. m I vicinity. The lover* of a i.atuie sliou'.l n ,• f lit Io s.*e theiii: Hiey ar,- grui I. \II ••• -T, iu tbi< part of lh>-(ii.vsm is - i • • . • N.. • PEKP. Junel'UU, Is-\. three Bt-Wtieta iu.-.••,-i • me. I mean Kuekhilli.uis, ha\. . ! ist j. is--1 here a-el b y lU-ir n ise . , I ^.-s - ai.-, 1 .), . , ; t judge thev were prtt'v I i d ..I e tu .le-ai a ' in lieiTina t'ae f.i.-i iln' iVri u » :i--n--l town. I'lii-.u-it-t ', wl., mik- its- it ii ori Fri'liy m iruuiit, June 11, .i ... ;• to n , . . k Fraak 11 I.eiiii-t' a'-r--';. 1 *' -- » , * , , .- p .lltid tl»t s'ny i-t .,* Tie -,..,i ; ,. .; .,..,... Ii-irlslcy,-it,.'ili-M lain '..e n t ..• .f.'.. .i ^true e .nsia'te l.av t!,e\ i:, ' m, a i, t f i ' wliieli tvr i 8.,-.v .'i.vi rite -r- t.'-i t , j, tin- j>revi .us night wli-n r'e* sra u- pi-s, t within twi feet nf th.se v a t la's it 1 e- ,;. - e<1. Snyder trie-Ihird To u, ik e hi s -s. i*>* wheu titst arrested l.y S'I .vi'.j th- \vj»..\. up aud 1- ipiiit; Io th e r.i •! • I the » . . i sh . .;, but the iron baud of L<-i^e't wa s ..'. Ins e ,t - .•••tlar i n a ^ilTy. ati 1 Frank j^ive l.tm t>. UTI- derstand ihat h e wis n o teiid.n •., .- j-it meant business. Then stnyl-r t«-;in t • 1. tast whir be eaul-l ,i..; he eo'ihl ^.-t a.vty it lie, Miyder, wiiheil Io, and el.iniie.t It. nine uien vliu were after htm th- pi.-vi . ,s -a. •.- itig were afrti i t o a'tempt |,,s air . st l.. _• gett trive no u t,» utii-rs* m I tl, tt if !.- ma t.- another attempl to gH awa> t h it lie .'let i\ aboil'there would ur\W \erv war-n l >t ti-:. pirates. Sn y er lsstid I • h e a p -.*.-.•» 1 --, p?r ido, an lso eaaiio'is ,fi . t ttui! .; :, -.. wis Mr Lavaltev i h u he n, i !,-e I L—u it ' > a-.'ollipuij ihem I\ I\ lOsl. ir._.I,, wi,, , , . , . ni 1 tVtil wh y ;nt,l ask. t !i it hi n .: II. I.- H-lt jS|..TV- - ,yt^-iill-li-| Ho.!! 4 t.,.- . 1 , p .riant arr--s'. a-ei ..the,-e-i t : t., - ^ -r-, • Hon ir to »li..m holier is.I ,.• iiiily I r Fi i • . L-^-UstH't-T W.,.1,. 1 l> - Silt I* 1-iTJ - . , 1 i.lyli'M liis i..>-. T Ta-ie- . . ii, ti^iii.r-l-s - - I i'l .n i s nee.ie.t |,.r Die | I.'-. >: , ,.i .. t.-tss. o-m' ..n- \t the i,.iir *v e «lr. ss-t i t- T Sa' urd.il the-' h ttist, ci.taitied spin, i wo wurth.es who were ir... nj f r t 1-- , i th-lirea' .vasa 1 > caps •- 1 i',-;r 1,.-.' - t r the ni .'ith of iti it rt.er > fnr la\ i-r. N> name*. The \ are re>i,--t* t.-ij .-.. .-.. .-'.-.1. ,. 1- ..'UT llejelir-w. > iiii .. XOBTll IIKKO. Vt . PtVidll'ddshlllt\ Mi-' .1 M s .' 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