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:'iAH*fikti& v&foi&fc brt——A*u.iJi*»~'\>*—* '.-•»— YOUNG LADIES' TROUBLE. FACTS MADE KNOWN TO FRIENDS Lady Stenographer*, Typewriter;-, aud all Working Girls Interest; <i. [SPtUIAi. TO OIR I.AUY REAyFS^ This class uf wom\ii ar\ morf afflicted with illness urou-^iit o a atant application in one position, fore all will be iutert'SteJ in tin expression of this bright youn Denver, Col., who writes Mrs as lullows or less by con- There- randi J J la 1;> of Plnkliam \This is the first opportunity 1 ha\ e fouiiil to write and thank you for the good your Com- pound has dorm HOME MATTERS, All of our Canton horsemen are at- - tending the Potsdam races this week. Miss Emma Kelley will take pupils \ in vocal instruction. 14 Chnrch street. . Farmers from the surrounding coun- try claim that apples are falling from the trees in great quantities. The W. C. T< U. will hold a meeting with Miss Noble on Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock. A lady's second hand bicycle for sale, very cheap. Inquire of Bert Kip, at Butler's jewelry store. CANTON'S CALLERS. A 4TH'O^ULY VI81T. M < t '•pi-.i.^m^t.^^X^fy^^ CANTON HELPS GOUVERNEUR CELE- BRATE THE GLORIOUS. We Went Over with alt o f Our Artillery and a Few Regiment* o f Horse, Foot unci Dragoons, and the Marble Village Captured us Without a Struggle; bu t __,__. Our Horses Captured Host Everything { steamer bringing up the rear, iu Sight an d the Dragoons Captured' UM»w% « * n«i*H ai their Whole Fleet o f Schooners. , The Marble city covered herself with glory on the Fourth and BC- did Canton me. I feel better than I havp for y» % ar^. It seems a seven days' wonder to m y friends. Where I used to he pitied, everything is the opposite, and there is not a day hut what some one wants t o km>w what 1 have done t o work such a wonder. '• Hetore taking the Compound I had constant headaches; was constipated; bloated; eyes weak, with watery whites; bearing down pains; pains i n the small of m y back and ri^ht aide; took cold very easily, which always caused intense piin in ovaries. I did not want to g o auyvhera or see any one. , •• I was called cross, hut I could not help it. feeling as I did. I oould not lift anything or d o any hard work wfthout suffering for days afterwanl Menstru- ation lasted from eight t o tea days, the. tirst two or three days being in almost constant pain, day and night. *' Lydin K. Pinkltaiu'* Vegetable Com- pound has m.-ule a ne w t<irl of uie; a m now well, happy, and strong\ Yours > •'.. \ jf \I>II 'i vr'tnt, IVnver <' >1 Miss Jessie Russell entertained a party of young ladies and gentlemen at her I home on Elm street on the evening of , July fourth. ; ! The heavy thunder shower of Monday night, which broke the long-continned I | drouth, was a golden rain for the farm- I ; ers of St. Lawrence county. I A cablegram from Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Whitman announced their arrival at i C^ueenstowu. after a delightful voyage across the ocean, Monday noon. This means their arrival in Liverpool on Tuesday. Miss Eva Wellington, of Jndson street, gave a very pleasant progressive euchre party last Tuesday evening. Playing ceased at lutfo, when prizes were awarded to the wining parties and • refreshments were served. On Saturday morning last Mrs. W. i L. Clark died at her home on Maple Strangers Sojourning Here an d Citizens Straying Abroad'. —Miss Lou Safford returned from Vermont Saturday. —H. V. T. Williams is spending a few weeks at Massena Springs. —Mrs. C. W. Hall, of State street, who has been seriously ill, is slowly re- covering. —Mr. and Mrs. Ira Spanlding and family are enjoying a vacation at Trout Lake. —Mrs. L. D. Eldridge and her daugh- ter Gladdis, of Rochester, are spending a lo —' tew weeks in town. | 'tor the county seat was right on deck all —Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Russell and • \ ~ I~T™.«~„ Mrs. John Wilbur returned from Cran- berry Lake last Thursday. —Dr. J. C. Willson returned from the ' Stillwater Saturday, where he had been ] [ enjoying a ten days' outing. | —Mrs. Alice Huntingdon, of Theresa, I is the guest of Mrs. Getman. the land- I lady of the American House. —Mr. James Hardie, Jr., went to New-York Monday on business. He I will be absent about two weeks. —Prof. Leslie A. Lee and family re- I turned to their home in Brunswick, Me., i ° \' I on the early morning train last Friday. I the general hilarity and swell the rar to ru n - - - \ ' «•.•«»/; o-rmvBraeiir did herself proud ] an day long at the Gonvexneur celebration and helped 'em out in great shape. If it hadn't been for Canton they couldn't have waked the dread echoes worth a cent, for their \Provisional Battery of Light Artillery\ consisted of Canton's old brass cannon, loaned to them for the day; and if Canton's speedy trotters hadn't participated they wouldn't have skiff. The' Potf$im- meii were uniformed and made air imposing ap- pearance, old fr*. Bansoin raarohing proudly at tl*e be^of thacoltato with, the irtata m^ atripet. ,*They-wejfe foT- low^iyMarbi* \City Hose Co. Noi 2,« \QouverneurrJPire Company No. 1, and Rescue hooka with**toei£ decorated lad- der truck, the ; -glittering department steamer bringing up the rear. Then 'came an aggregation of carts and wag- ons drawn by spavined plugs, that one could easily believe were fresh from the heart of Macomb. They were'the most woeful conglomeration of rag-tag and bobtail that ever went by the name of terribles. They detracted from the effect of an otherwise fine parade. After the parade was over the Pots- dam and Qouverneurfiremen got out on Main Btreet, just below the Peek House, to hold their hose races; but the con- ditions of the race were unsatisfactory, and the affair degenerated into a JEMEN'B CHEWING MATCH TT •^1 had any horse races to speak of, while; -^ the hundreds who went over from the in whichWl hands took a part, aided shire town did their full share to add to I and abette\by the crowd. They were —Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and f am ily will leave this week for an onting at Trout Lake, where they owrua cottage. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Jackson and two daughters will leave the latter part of this week, to spend the summer at Trout Lake. —O. L. Wilcox, of Malone, arrived in town Saturday and spent Sunday with his wife's parents, Mr . and Mrs. Delos Jones, u. woi* u.uw ... „- . . -Misses Jnlia and Maggie (Vmgblin street, o f consumption, a t the early age i e f t Tuesday to spend a couple o f weeks of twenty-two years. The funeral was I a t . their hotne near Bangor, Franklin held from her late residence o n Sunday. I county. Rev. Charles Sheard officiating. \ f, -Mr. Leon-Hoage. of .Brooklyn, who i has been spending a couple of weeks Miss Lee s elans in Drawing and out pi/puli. Gouverneur did herself proud that day, and so did Canton. ,The afternoon and evening trains out of Canton on the day before the Fourth carried a.number of our horsemen to the scene of patriotism at Gouverneur, and every freight train that night car- ried a goodly contingent of the boys, who wanted to be right on hand when the ball should be opened with a national salute amount of i case for ab i stood in ; slowly con feet and lay a certain ise, and after arguing the an hour, while the crowd ot mid-day ami and were =.„.. -j -ted into grease spots, the chewing match ended and racing com- menced. Company No. 2, of Gouver- neur, ran pst, making the trick in 48| seconds; /Potsdam's picked company folio wed J getting there in 47A seconds, and the Marble City hose, of Gonver- kred the distance in 44 seconds. by our old nine-pormderin the morning,' nenr, COL see that the old howitzer was well As soon as the horse races were over to COAL. Celebrated Scranton Coal, Mined by I). L. & W. R. K. Co A.I.so Lehigh Yallrv (o;^, (Je.n'ov's Creek Cumberland Sniithinu', Eureka, Steam Coal. Orders left with meat First Nations Bank will have prompt attention. R. H. SACKRIDER. CANTON STEAM LI No. 10 Hodskin Street. THOKOl'CHLY i:<)lIIM'Kl>. COMPU- TE NT WORKMEN. Oar motto—(-rood work. Satisfaction to customers. Prices reasonable. Terms cash. JOHN N. BASSETT. Jit., Proprietor. The ip t nitiii<) whe.'U \>t days ^ou*-* bv Uivt* way ti. spiimniK » 'i.-./, that fly Xnti damsels fair do ttffhtry tri'ml The iionular lii. >. ltjmst.'uel Special inducements to quirk buyers. G. ERNEST Sins, CANTON. K.-t.ul.T unii .lol.l.i-rof Organs, Bicycles and Sewing Machines. Id?*\ Bicycle Sumlru's in Kreat variety. dour Sketching commences this week, i She occupies one of the rooms i n Fisher ' i Hall for the Drawing anil receives pn- | pils in the morning there, when the , weather does not permit ont-door work. Au\ er t islug l'<»ts«Iam*H iUrfK. A bij? wagon with white canvas top, I gaudily lettered and announcing the i attractions at Potsdam's race meeting ; this week, paraded onr streets last , Wednesday. It was in charge of Billy 1 Thompson, of Potsdam, and he had a couple of gamin along who slnng ad- vertising doutgers all over the town. If the race meeting isn't a success it won't be from lack of advertising. The llecort! Itrokeu. Canton did herself prond this year on Independence day and the Fourth passed 1' off without a single drunken man being seen on the streets and without an arrest being made. Perhaps this was because the small percentage of our citizens who do all the drinking had gone to other towns to quench their thirst, but whatever the cause. Canton is proud of the record, just the same. Oiflaimeil Lfttern. The following is a list of letters re- maining in the post office at Canton. N. Y.. Jnly i>th, 1*95: Mrs. James Mur- ray, Mrs. W. H. Melhinch, Mrs. J. Mc- Laughlin, Mrs. Martha Choon, Miss Mary Cotter, Mr. ('has. Bnrnharn, Mr. Adam Boppe, Mr. Antonio Senncis Foreign, Mr. Joseph Brnyere, Mr. Johnny Chartrand. Mr. L. Libbue. John W, Smith, Mr, W. .T. Deans, :>. I'p at Woodoork'H KapUls. The cottages at our little Hammer re- sort, fonr miles south of this village, a t Woodcock's Rapids, are now inhabited again, and the happy careless summer life up the river has commenced. Among those who are occupying their summer homes at that pretty wildwood spot are Mr. and Mrs. B, D. Bragdon and their daughter Addie. Mr . and Mrs. H. D. Hildreth and their two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J . H . Rushton and child- ren and Miss (leorgie Ptfaum, and Mr . and Mrs. Cyrns Bassett and family. uao \uui4 uubu».-Q — - - A with his Canton friends, left for home Monday. —Mr. Ezra'Smith and daughter, o f New Lisbon, Wis., ar e spending a few weeks i n Canton, with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gulley. —Miss Henshaw, who has been visit- ing her sister, Mrs. R. Wyndham Brown, for the past few weeks, left for the se a shore Saturday. —Mrs. R. M. Stocking and her son Robert, of Quebec, arrived here on the 4th inst., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Storrs. —Miss Amy Ford, of LaFargeville, arrived Friday to spend a week or ten days as the guest of Miss (4-race (.Jet- man, at the American House. —Miss Mary R. Sherman returned to her home in Thompson, Conn., on Tues- day of last week. While here she was the guest of Mrs. Luman Bailey. —Miss Phillippa Alexander, of Bow- manville, Ont., arrived Wednesday to spend the summer here with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Tyler, of Powers street. —Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, who re- cently purchased a cottage at Trout I Lake\ left for that Adirondack resort Monday, to spend a few weeka there. —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Dowling and their daughter Ruth and son Robert, ar- rived in Canton Saturday, to pass 1a month with their relatives and friends here. — Prof. Henry Priest and Mr. J. W .~ i — j. rammed. One hundred and ninety-six tickets t o Oouverneur were sold fo r the morning train and many more paid cash fares, while fully a hundred came. Breeders' ( ' advertised to come off on the fair ground at one o'clock. Down at the the crowd made fo r the St. Lawrence Inn o r Dan Peck's, to get dinner, for the St. Lawrence Valley Horse Association races were over o n the noon train and on bicycles. All told, the county seat must have sent live hundred visitors to (Jouver- neur that day. When the Canton delegation arrived at the scene o f disturbance, about half- past eight that morning, they ,fonnd the handsomely uniformed Gouverneur fire laddies, one hundred strong, with flutter- ing banners and flashing trumpets, drawn up in line to meet them. Hose companies Nos. 1 and 2 from Potsdam, in tasty cadet-gray uniforms, were ticket office of the fair ground everything was mn by Canton boys. Secretary P. R. McMonagle being In charge with Dick Robinson. Tracey Martin, Clarence Cook and Dick Ellsworth as assistants. For some reason the crowd didn't turn out very well to the races, there being not more than fifty people in the grand stand when the ball opened. Later on, however, the Edwards and OxBow bands marched down to the grounds. in tastv cadet-gray unnonns, wore - , la d the trained' they fell in behind and enticed about a thousand pe ^ the (Jonverneur firemen and LEO THE VISITORS UP TOWN. The Oouverneur Band had struck for higher wages, and as the Edwards train had not yet got in with the Citizens' Band from that place, while the yonng grangersof the OxBow Band hadn't quite finished milking, there was a dearth of music, so the boys kept step as well as they could with out it. Up in the Tieart of the town the j streets were pactked with citizens and visitors \and there was tumult in air, the fife's shrill note, the drums loud beat,\ while the jumboic fire cracker, the RarTertV wen\t to Denver last week, to I squaker, the toy cannon, and other ear attend the meeting of the National I splitting devices of Satan got in their Teachers' Association to be held in that, ^Brvo.destroving work. The nerve-destroying BUSINESS NOTICES. Kiillroatl Tiaif Tul.li- . doing W>\.t Doing Ku«t I.KAVK I ANTON AM A M V M i-j-ir. : r. i-; '.-J A M A M 1' M v M 4 il l 1' M ll.iM (I. ml MAILS CI.OSK ' il \; A M 11 \«l A .1 .H I' M ttllil Went . lining Kuxt. lil.C! A M . tl ll.\i I> M MnNK.Y TO LO\N. Canton Savings and Loan Association. Apply to (.'. ,1, Perkins, Secretary. \ Almond Milk Toilet Soap makes La- dies' hands as soft a s velvet. Try it. Price 10e. per cake. Sold by Don M. Spencer. 14-10t HOPS! HUPS: -In larg e or smal l quantities, very cheap, at Ronlstou's Household Store. W \MTKD -Pasture fo r several brood mares and colts. Enquire a t Nutwood Stock Farm, Canton, N. Y . If you ar e i n want of any kind of lumber call o n Tullman & Howe, and don't forget they have loo.lion shingles to sell at better prices than can b e ob - tained elsewhere. The'old and reliable Cortland Wagon Co.'-* Carnages and Wagons. J. H . Cl.AKK. Call and see all wool carpets a t 17 \ net per vanl. at H. S. Whitmarsh's. Step in . Our millinery department is on the first floor. H. S. Whitmarsh. H. H. Babcock and road wagons. Co 's tine carriages .1. H. CI.VKK. An Open-Air Kntertalnment. A supper and open-air entertainment, under the supervision of Mrs. Stocking, will b e given o n the lawn of Mr . L. B . Storrs next Friday evening. Supper will be sewed from half-past five to seven o'clock. The price for supper and entertainment will be :!•\> cents, and for the entertainment without supper 1.\) cents. There will be recitations by Mrs. Clarence Lee. dances in costume by Master Robbie Stocking, vocal solos by Miss Emma Kelley anil violin solos. Be sure and hear Mrs . Lee's readings and Miss Kelley's songs. One Dog \fHo Many. Roger McClanghlin, who lives o n the Walter Bonney farm and peddles milk around the village, has a large dog that should be introduced to the business end of a shot gun at once. Last Sunday i morning McClanghlin was passing along his milky way and stopped near the house of John Clough, on Mud street. Mr. (\lough'slittle tive-year-olddanghter | was out in the yard and approached the ' big dog, putting ont her hand to caress ] the animal. The big brute gave a snarl i and snapped at the child'c face, burying its fangs in her left cheek. The cheek was bitten through in five places and one lower front tooth was broken out. Dr. F. F. Williams cauterized and I dressed the wounds, and although the little girl's face is badly swolen. there is no danger of serious results following. For tilt* HtMiettt o f tile (Mill FelloWM. There is an evening of rare enjoyment in store for all lovers of music and ora- tory, for Canton's Odd Fellows have secured as an attraction for Wednesday evening of next week, three of the most talented young ladies of northern New York, to give hn entertainment under city. —Mrs. A. H. Williams, of Canton, accompanied by her aunt^, Mrs. Mark Kinney, of Hermon, left for Cranberry Lake last Wednesday, to spend a couple of weeks. —Mr. and Mrs . Willard Ball, who have been rusticating a t Cranberry Lake for a couple of weeks, returned to Canton Friday and left for Boston on Monday morning. — Mrs. William Fleming, of Brooklyn, and Mrs. ii. B. Young, o f Troy, who have been sojourning for a few weelks with Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gannon, left for Troy last Wednesday. —Dr. Frederic 9. Lee left for New- York on Monday last. Atter a few days, he goes direct to Wood's Hall, , where he is to spend his summer va- cation in scientific and literary work. —Mrs. J. K. Cowen and her li title daughter Sarah, of Baltimore, and Mirs. Anna Schoene, of Boston, who came here three weeks ago to attend com- mencement exercises and visit friends, leave for Nautncket to-day. —Among those who left Canton on the Boston excursion train last Monday were Mxs. J. M. Haven, Miss Hattie Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ball, Miss Minnie Lasell and her sister, Mrs. Legal, of Lansiftg, Mich. I —Mr . N. C. McUlaughlin and his danghter Hattie, of Meadville, Pa., who have been spending the past three weeks with friends in Canton, left for home Saturday. They were accompanied by Mr. J. H. G-annon, Jr., who will spend his vacation at Meadville. —Mrs. Charles A. Bragdon and her son Arthur and daughter Louise, ar- rived here Tuesday from Buffalo, to pass the summer with Mm. Bragdou's, father-in-law, Mr. B. D. Bragdon. Rev. C. A. Bragdon expects to join his family here at his father's home about August first, to spend a month's vacation park fronting the main street was black with people, the sidewalks were crowded and the hotel balconies thronged. From every window fair ladies looked down upon the lively scene below. Everyone was happy, patriotic and perspiring. The red lemonade stands did a rushing business and so did the beer joints. The immortal declaration of Thomas Jefferson was read about nine o'clock from a stand in the park, by the Hon. M. R. Hackett. The stand had been bnilt smack up to the edge thronged and noisy street, and the tu- mult never ceased for a moment. The bulk of the crowd paid no attention to the orator but kept right on celebrating, punctuating and emphasizing his ar - raignment of tyrrany with the pop of the festive cannon cracker and the screech of the quavering kazoo. One horny handed son of toil from Macomb i -p^, (jmton was heard to ask, \What's that feller ; Sherwood, (.' out there i n the park sellin', anyhow?\ I Belmont Prince, C Just a s the silver-tongued orator was , jf^u'Kf'kiy' 10 ,?^ pledging his life, his fortune and his! ' Antworp... sacred honor, the OxBow Band came up , Watertown and drowned out the Bpeech with the strains of \Down Went McGinty.\ Then came the event of the day, the grand parade, which was a feature of which (louverneur may well feel prond. It was A LONO AND IMPOHINO PltOCRHHlOX, and went off without a hitch or a halt. First came Ciouvernenr's tall and wil- lowy chief of police, Frank Harder, rid- ing a skittish horse and leading a plat- toon of mounted polioemen. Next was fine-looking young man wearing a along with their seductive music. If it hadn't been for Canton the attendance would have been slim, indeed, for all Cantonians love a horse race and the county seat's entire five hundred were on hapd. The two bands stationed themselves at each end of the grand stand, and had the crowd between them and right at their mercy. They each had a repertoire of about five pieces, and the way in which these selections were twisted about so that none was immediately repeated was anrprising and interesting. Every time that the Edwards horn blowers would hush to get breath the OxBow boys would break loose; and the crowd would shift the cotton into the other ear. It was their last chance to blow themselves for a year to come, and everyone was glad to have them enjoy the Fonrth and bore it with heroic fortitude. In the judges stand were Starter L. A. Sewell, of Oswego, and Judges E. H. Gilbert, of Canton, and Dr. Barnett and F. A. Weed, of Pots- dam. J. Leslie Craig, of Canton, was clerk. THE BREEDERS' RAt'Efc | x wen ' went off in a manner that reflected the j °\ of the i highest credit upon the officers of the Association, who&e seventh annnal Fourth of July race meeting it was. There were four events and all were well \contested. Following is the summary: TWO-YEAR-OLB RACE—TROTTERS. pretty : GAN^N'slayiCTi^ijrrrH •The, Small Boy Kicks «p a Uttle Xpliie, 'butrth«'iie»fc«if the Town Slumlx-m. The glorious Fotjrfcbv-was .observed; here iu a most serene and quiet manneT. -Aaide from the occasional bursting of a diminutive cracker on Ihe streets and the display of a-few fl$gsand a little bunting; there was nothing to distin- guish the day from any other—in fact, it was more quiet than a common day. Everybody who could get away went to Gouverneur or Ogdensbnrg, or to other towns where celebrations -were in pro- gress; many rowed up the river with their babieB and lunch baskets and en- joyed a quiet outing, while others drove to'Pyrites and passed the day be- neath the shade of the groves along the river bank. In the evening there were many private displays of fireworks, here and there around the village. The day passed off without an accident of any kind, and goes on record as the quietest Fourth ever known in Canton. The Park Street Juvenile Band were very much in evidence that day, and serenaded the town with several exquisite selections, passing the hat for backsheesh at frequent intervals. The members of this small but noisy aggre-1 gation o f musical talent ar e Willie I Sims, fifer; Robbie Squires, drummer,; and Melford Brown, Jr., bellophonist. They have a uniform of bright scarlet caps and jackets and a great partiality for ice cream soda. The usual Fourth of July celebration of the professors of the Theological School and their families was held in Fisher' Memorial Hall, on College Hill, during the afternoon. The ladies fur- nished a most sumptuous banquet and speeches were made by Prof. L. B. Fisher, Prof. Leslie A. Lee. Rev. Dr. Forbes, Prof. J. Clarence Lee, Dr. I. M. Atwood, Dr. J. S. Lee and Mrs .T. C. Lee. It was a very pleasant and pa- triotic\ though quiet celebration. j About eight o'clock that evening there j was a little flutter o f genuine excite- ment. Herbie Roulston, the youth who j celebrated last Fourth by firing a toy cannon off through a plate glass widow, got in his- funny work again. This time he fired a sky rocket up towards the stars. It went up quite a ways and burst in a lovely shower of light, and then, like the cat of ancient history, the stick came back. It dropped in a pile of loose straw and coinpost, at the rear of jthe horse barn back of the j Servis house, on Miner street, and in a' moment it had a Fourth 'o July bonfire ' started. This patriotic, demonstration was squelched with a few pails of water, and to make assurance doubly sure the firemen came out and turned a hose on the smouldering heap and fairly drowned it. Throughout the evening sky rockets : and Roman candles occasionally rushed heavenward from different quarters of! the village, and pin wheels sputtered and red fire glared here and there iu lawns and yards, where private pyro- technic displays were in progress. Just as the returning celebrators from Gouv- erneur and Ogdensbnrg came thronging up the street from the eleven o'clock train, R. B. Dezell gave a fine display of I fireworks in front of his store on Main I street. This closed the festivities of i i the day. EYeryMy Should Know That the latest novelties in Sterling Silverware eclipses anything ever before shown. To satisfy yourself of this all that is necessary is to examine the beautiful dis- play now made by J. F. Butler, Main Street, Canton. Arfcisttc designs in Sterling Silver Belt Sets. Sterling Silver Shirt Waist Sets, Sterling Silver Belt Pins, are now shown, and all the new Sterling Silver Novel- ties will be on exhibition as soon as produced. OF A COMPLETE L1HE~0F i Watches, Jewelry. It is no longer necessary to go to the large cities to pur- chase elegant goods in this line. They can be fonnd in extensive variety at BUT- I.KR'H. Gold and Silver Watches REGARDLESS OF COST to make room for new Fall Goods. We will not allow old stock to accumulate in our store at , any cost. 1 i Perfect timepieces, in great i variety, at marvelously low prices. Don't fail to see- them. Fine Jewelry. TAKE Large and elegant assort- | ._ _ -. ^_ _^ ,^_ met of high grade goods, ll\|/\|||'| embracing many novelties, I |\| I I I II ri of unique designs find nr- ! I ^1 If I I 1 i | i tistic workmanship. ^\^ -*• ^^ Optical ! :::^::::::;::.v':::: : Goods. *\ All our goods arc marked in plain figures on . each garment. \We have now annexed a new ticket, ; showing both the old and if new prices. HOW CANTON HORSES CBLEBRATED. Minn McGregor, F. A Weed, Potsdam Monday Weeks, J A. D. Snell. Adams Time. 3:09Vl. SJK. 2:37%. 2:18 CLASS—TROT OR PAl'E. Lora J.. 8t. Lawronco Stock fimtnn. . B. Stanley, 1 1 1 1 A.\ Hoa- 4 » 1 1 juUnfum, L. Panneter, n 4 :i :i 3 dr r. o fi 4 4 A 4 r. o. Time, 8:19. ! 2:3416. '2:23.' 2:2«4. 2:2^.' 2=aH, u'-i4Wj, 234 CLASS TROT AND PACK. Bunuy U.. D. J. Poughlin. Canton Repetition Jr., C. C Covey, WintUmp TwlffgB, H. M. Towiwley, Dekalb . Buckshot. Spesra Bros.. Colton . . A2IJ4. 2-.21&. 2:22H- v 3:85 CLASH—PAC1NU. T Q. 8., Jamloson & Clark, Canton 1 HoxieB.. H. H Hepburn, PotJtdam :) ITiot, B. M. Penney. Henderson S Nellie 8 , Starbuck & McOarty. Gouverneur f> Hally Biwncer, C B. Btanloy, Smith- lally a ville vine Robb Runs, Bt. Lawranrs Stock Farm. Canton Time, 2£0J4, 2:2UV.j. •>:»>. 2-J3D. 4 4 -Rev. and Mrs. S. h'a vacation. \ \•\--.wv.-.-.e, J => •• , - Thomas Williams pl^g hat, with a tri-colored scarf across , Everything went off smoothly. the Dominion Hay und tlte Fourth th e County Seat Flyers Wore Strlotly In It. The old county seat more than kept np her repntation for breeding race winners on Dominion Day and the Fonrth of Jnly, as will be Seen by the records given herewith of the achieve-' ments of some of our flyers. The Fonrth was especially a red letter day , for the Elial G family, Bnnnie li. winning the 2A4 olass race at Gouver- neur in straight heats and reducing her reoord to 2,21i; while Jamieson's game , fonr-year-old, T. G. 8., by Elial G, won ! the 2:85 class race, getting a record of 2 2fli in his first race and showing him- ! self to be the fastest four-year-old over', ! a half-mile track ever bred in St. Law- , rence county; and Prank Ashley,\ another Elial G colt, got a record o f 3:28 in his first race. At the races of the Prescott Tnrf As-' Bociation, held at the Canadian village last week Monday, Bnnnie G, owned by Martin Soanlou, of Morley, and entered by T. H. Brooke, got second money in the 334 Tdafts race, the following being the arimmary: Rosa D., a F. Taylor, Cornwall 1 :) 1 :.' 1 Bunnle G., T. H. Brooke. Canton . $ 1 il l i Robob 8.,, Chas. Sears,, Ogdemiburitr :ii •-' 2 :i :t MM. .«e»„n ti JHKMEMHEH THIS is A NEW FRESH irasrfi'$!«;-sTooK THIS SEASON, AND WILL ment, so that onr customers ' can have their eyes scien- tifically and correctly fitted I with glasses by a graduate optican. Eyes tested and fitted every Thursday. If yon have failing eyesight don't neglect to call on that day and have them ex- amined, HK SOLD AT A UREAT SACRIFICE. it Special attention given to repairing of Watcher and Jewelry, and satisfac- tion guaranteed. An inspection of my stock is solicited. J. F. BUTLER. OZDSTIE PBICE TO ^.ILIIL,. i < If REMINGTON'S CORNER CLOTHING HOUSE* I — ».„.. ~ ._. _ mums I»IIK «»>. \••\ - —• - — Sf^^ffUSl^fet SeFrTot'! SiT!LiTB , n , Sfio ri SS R ^e'wTs > ^^pro^h'to\\ an\ accident\ being - - • • like a second Buffalo Bill. He was whfin ln the 354 class-race Buckshot tage. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C'ormack, of New-York, will be their gnests, ami re- main and occupy their cottage after their return. Mr. Cormack is an officer of the Maritime Exchange, of New- York. —Mr. E. A. Adler, who graduated from onr college with the class of '95. left Monday noon for his home in Mil- lersbnrg, Ohio, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. A. V. Adler, and his sis- ter, Mrs. Charles Goldsborough, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, who attended the commencement festivities here. Mr. Adler will spend a few weeks at his home and about Heptember first will go to Cambridge, to enter the Harvardl law , school. I —Messrs. Ed Heaton, Will Gale and I Mert Farmer are passing a few weeks ' at Cranberry Lake, in Kickapoo camp \ on Htony Point. Liveryman Art Wil- liams drove the party into the woods Sat- ] unlay morning with a full supply of provisions and bait. Each one carried , along a biled shirt and standing collar. j so as to be prepared to attend the open- ing ball at the Evergreen Housa, on Mr. Wllliston Manley joins Grand Marshal J. H. Gerner, and he and ! his mounted staff handled the parade ! well. They were followed by the Citi- zens' Band, of Edwards, dressed in ; handsome blue uniforms and led : by a fat man in black, who tried to keep step and perspired freely. He attempted to twirl his baton, but unfortunately dropped it, and while stooping down to recover it the band canght up and abont half of them fell over him. Behind the band came Marshal J. M. Hpencer and his mounted staff, followed by the old vets of Barnes Post, (x. A. R., with old glory proudly flying over their heads. The walking was good enoagh for the old vets, but not Parker when In the 354 class- race Buckshot fell just inside of the distance mark and threw his driver. The horse was simply choked down and was led away uninjured. In the 2:18 olass race THE TRACK RECORD WAS BROKEN by Belmont Prince, who made his mile in the first heat in 2:19. The previous track record was 3:19&, made by Alex- ander D.. owned by Dr. J. C. Preston, of Canton, and managed by A- L. Par- meter, of Watertown. The celebration ended with a mag- nificent display of fireworks, which i were touched off at the foot of the park, ; and although there was an immense , crowd of people blocking the streets all around, so skilfully was the firing con- ducted that not an accident happened. for their offspring of George Camp. H. of V., who rode horses and had I ^\^'f a ^^ K inney, was struck iu the Htomach by a prematurely ex- all they conld do to cling on when careless cracker exploded anear. Drawn by fonr handsome horses, and manned by six gunners in bine coats and hel- Ten thonsand feet uf sidewalk lnml>t»r for sale by Tallman & Howe. First class Cnrriages lowest possible prices. anil Wagons at J. H. CI.UIK. A car-load of cement jnst received a t Tallman & Howe's. Rambler Bicycles from *xo to §100, guaranteed for one year. Also the Diana Bicycle, from $!(.\> to $75. guaranteed for eighteen months. For sale by Jamieson & Witch, a t Jamieson Bras.' Store. Dailey & Cook, of this village, are the St. Lawrence county agents for The DeLaval Separator Co. , and will keep constantly for Sale their Cream Separ- ators a s well as a full line of extras. Go to A. E. Smith's for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Window Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, Cisterns, Stair Rails, Newells, Balusters, &c. We have the best dollar door in town. All kinds of machine work done to order. Shop on the Island. Loral Kutter and Kgg Market. The Canton butter market is ijniet and receipts ar e light, the ruling price for dairy bntter ranging from 1 4 to 15 cents, while creamery bntter brings from in to 1NV cents. The New-York and Boston markets are steady on a basis of from lti to 17 cents for dairy goods and 17* to is for creamery. The supply of eggs is light, but suf- .\ \ o.., , , i ,.. July 12th. Mr. Wllliston maniey JOUIH -* the auspices of the lodge, at our Opera the • , part to-morrow, to spend a few metswith scarlet facings, was the Can. House. These three brilliant young stars days with them. The invincible gtiides. J ton nine-ponnder. The old gnn wasn't are Miss Jennie I'urves, the talented Willard and Nelt Howland, will *-hap- ' „j ven a B how elocutionist from the Enierson school of; e r °ne the party. i Elocution. Boston: Miss Jeanette Rule, i —Mr. George C. Miln, who was the one of the most charming soloists ever i K nest during commencement weiek of seiit ont from the Potsdam Conserva- tory of Mnsic, and Miss Dora Fraugh- ton, a brilliant young pianist from the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston. Tickets for this high-grade entertainment will be on sale at R. B. Dezell's Book Store on and after Thnrs- ; day, next. his old friend and chum, Foster L. Backus, Esq., at the home of ex-Sheriff E. P. Backus, is now spending the snm- i mer at Grand Haven, Mich., where he I is engaged in writing a history of his ! adventuresome life as an actor, which I will be published under the title of '•Playing My Way Around the World.\ : In the fall he will given a show to take any part in Canton's blowout last year, and had to celebrate all on her own hook; but she got a chance to talk at Gouverneur, and her voice shook the welkin dome at intervals all day. Following the old cannon came the in fact a baker's fairer than the other, with a some young Goddess of Liberty thrown the „ . . ploding rocket, over on the Brooklyn side, and was knocked galley west and carried home on a 'shutter. This was the only serious acoldent of the day. Some of our Canton celebrators were so full of enthusiasm that they never came home \until next day, and then came on freight trains; but most of them returned by the eleven o'clock train that night, tired and footsore, but loud y. Following the old »— «»— feature of the parade— : in their Prai** of Gouverneur's celebra- dozen of features, each i tion ttnd P road of tbe achievements of hand-' ^a n t° n ' 8 horse8 and artilIef y- COLBY AND SQUIRES' JUSTICE MILL. A Batch of Drunk and Disorderly (irlxt IK Ground Out Saturday. Saturday was a field day at Police Jus- tice Squires' court, and quite a grist of drunk and disorderly's were mn through the justice mill. Some were not ground very fine, for the Police Justice is a merciful man, and the merciful man is merciful to his beasts. Reuben Myers, from \over the rail- j road track,\ was the first to march np in Policeman Colby's clutches and face the majesty of the law, Rube and some of his compatriots who dwell over across the track have the idea that they can get drnuk and make that section of the corporation howl whenever they 1 feel inclined. On Friday evening Rube , was around the depot when the eleven i o'-clock train came in and was well rad- dled and very noisy. Policeman Colby told him to go quietly home and not make any more noise, and all would be well. Rube started, but when he got ont on Mud street he gave vent to a string of ribald howls that made the stars iu the milky way fairly wobble. Colby started after him with the result that he now languishes in the hotel de Smith, on a six-day sentence. James Kelley, a hard looking old chap who had no hands to speak of and who disgraced a G. A. R. button, was the next applicant for a trip through the mill. He has been stopping for some I time past with George Main, out on tbe Gardiner Butterworthfarm, and Friday night he was singing and reeling around Main street in a most jqyf nlly maudlin condition. He got ten days at. the county Bastile. That old police court habitue, Gib Graham, came next. Gib was drunk Friday night, \drnnker than a biled owl,\ as he admitted when arrested. His case was adjourned to give him a chance to nerve a sentence in the hay field and earn the needful wherewith to pay a fine. There are several more of the chronic bums who are getting very lushy and Miner Block, Canton, N. Y. Honest Bargains For Honest folks! \w m When Traveling. \Playing JM.y way arouuu mo VY unu. some VUUUK <JUUI* COO ^ ^. M „.„, In the fall he will return to the stage ,„ -hM-n*, Z ™,„ mm i„ ri™r, Q /i t,H™ n wnen ir.»«. a „ and will star the principal cities of this > in - bein S a gorgeonsly draped tableau . whether on ple88T1 re bent, or business. - ~ , ^. ^_ J .__v 1 car surmounted by j tnVf l on ^fa Wp a ^^ of 8yTri p oi 8. Chjuj. Sears Ogcleiuiburi ! •-' Tlmo. 2:29?$. SSJ8H, 8:S9, 2:2UHi. iMUVfi. On Tuesday Morley Boy, owned by Martin Scanlon of Morley and managed; by D. J. Coughlin, of this village, won the 2:80 class trot and pace in\ three straight heats, the summary of the race being as follows: Morley Boy, D. J. CouuuUn. Canton, N. Y. 1 1 1 Mamie. O. MoPherson, KemptviUe, Ont. . :i 2 2 Flora H.. M. B. Henry, DepauvUle. N. Y. 2 :i II Kansas, J. P. Wiser & Bons, Prescott 4 4 4 Time. 2-.83H. 2:29. 2-2Bfr In the 2:50 class race for trotters and pacers Country Boy, owned by Charlie Brown, of Philadelphia, had an easy walk over, winning easily in three straight heats, as will be seen from the following summary: Country Boy, C. A. Brown, Philadelphia. 1 1 1 Dondlaeo, C. Smith, KemptvlUe,Ont 4 2 2 Lwlv Hutch, D. J. Griswold, Winthrop. 2 :i 4 Sunbeam. W. Stetham, Cardinal. Out. .. f> 4 il Patnoe. H. Acton, Oananoaae il u U Addle D., M. McGarr, Prescott 8 » ft Goldwave, Chas. 8eara. Ogdensburs.... dis. Time. *Mi. -:*%, 2:85. At the Ogdensbnrg Fourth of July races the Elial G horse, Little Dan, owned by Michael McGinnis, of Ogdens- burg, won the Free-For-AU trotting and pacing race in three straight beats, smashing the track record and getting a mark of 2:10. Our 'horsemen claim that the mile trotted by Little Dan in 3:16 lowered the track record by 8$ seconds, the record np to that time having been 2:19i; and that the three heats of* the free-for-all, trotted in 2:174. 2:16i, and 2:16 were the three fastest heats ever trotted in New York > UUIUD nuu »»« »~ s .—., „ — state north of the New York Central l saucy since.the Tiot, wave> struck town ., J T i^i ^. ! i. a i \ and Colby is on their track, railroad. Little Dan te entered for| ' _. . $8,000 worth of stakes the present sea- GIVE A A Catuullan Handow. j A huge iron dumb-bell lay on the \ ground near the fountain, at the corner of the park, all day Monday, and was constantly surrounded by a curious crowd who strained their muscles and tugged until they saw stars iu the day- time, trying to lift it with one hand. It took a man with a grip like grim death to accomplish the feat, for the affair weighed one hnndred and seventy- five pounds and the cross bar was as smooth as glass. This herculean toy belonged to a young Canadian Hercules named William Couture, and in the I . evening he performed a number of genuinely wonderful feats of strength with it, being able to raise it above his head with one hand and to lift it by his teeth with the popular Dickey Westnrn and to raise it from the country and Canada. The Ogdensbnrg | c *r surmounted by Daily Journal gives the following brief i THIRTEEN LIVING PICTTJBES sketch of his life: He was born in Lon- j representing the thirteen original states. ticient for the home trade, about 12 sitting upon it, „ „ cents being the ruling price here and ground with one finger with equally t*aH»i from i:i to U cents |n the city markets, prominent citizens seated astride it. He' JaDatl also bent pennies between his teeth, tore a pack of cards in two with the fingers of one hand, and passed the hat with both hands. He was liberally re- warded and liberally applauded, for his feats of strength were really astonishing. don, forty-four years ago. His parents wished him to become a lawyer, but he passed under the influence of friends who urged him to enter the ministry. Coming to America he became a friend of Henry Ward Beecher, and was or- dained as a Congregational clergyman. From Congregationalism he passed to TJnitarianism and, achieving a reputa- tion as a pulpit orator, was called to the pastorate of Unity church, Chicago, as the successor of Rev. Robert Collyer. Here his brilliancy and lack of ortho- doxy soon attracted attention, and he I was for a time the most widely discussed I minister in America. He resigned his pastorate, and six months later began his career as a n actor. His success was instantaneous. He appeared iu most of the prominent towns of America, and then with a company of twenty- five and a hundred tons of scenery be- f an to play his way around the world. ,. ^ -r* ! t _ tr„„„l„l,„ Ana . A bald headed gentleman of this vil- lage sprays his poll with lavendar water since the house fly has appeared, using an atomizer for the purpose, and he says that flies hate it like the devil hates holy water. 'rom San Francisco to Honolulu, Aus- New Zeland, India, China, Japan, all the chief towns of eastern ana southern Asia and the south sea islands, throughout northern Africa, to England and finally back to New-York— fonr years were spent in tbe tour. Shakespeare's plays had been presented before the people of every tongue and clime, and Miln had achieved a reputa- tion as wide as the world. These thirteen white gowned, gilt crowned young ladies reclined at the base of a pedestal on which was seated the Goddess jof Liberty, personated by Miss Chandler, and gazing at the en- chanting scene orie could understand how \ to die for liberty is sweet\ as well as the affection which each feels for his state. Right behind the tableau car came that famous musical organization, I the OxBow Band. They wore a showy uniform consisting of gilt-laced maroon colored coats and sky-blue pants, and Bert Fell did the drum major act for them with great eclat. He wore a plug hat and \a smile that almost melted the hearts of , the five New England states on the tableau car ahead. The 'Middle states flirted boldly with the band boys, and everyitime a fan fluttered some one skipped a note. It was hard on the crowd but strictly in accordance with the doctrine of state rights.,. Trying their' prettiest t o keep step with the music of the OxBeaux boya came the long ranks of Potsdam firemen, lead by [ Marshal S. W. Payne and a mounted take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effeotually on the kidneys, liver %nd bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c. and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Manufactured by the Cali- fornia Fig Syrup Co. only. son, and is a t the Lepine Park races at Montreal this week. Following is the Bummary of the Ogdensbnrg race: l i l LittleP«i,C.8«ir8,0 Bud Doble, B. Arbor, densburg. Montreal.. All o n Account of tbe Dronth. Owing to the long continued dronth and the consequent scarcity of water in the Grass, the greaWralk of the Canton Lumber Company?* big stock of logs are hung up at Pyroeg; six miles south of this village. There are some 10,000,- 000 feet there, enough to keep the mill running till late into next fall if they were only iffithe mill pond, The stock in .the pond, is now exhausted, and the mill will be obliged to shut down\ this Wednesday morning and wait for high water. Between three and fonr million feet have already been cut this spring since the mill started. This shut dqwn will throw about one hnndred men ont of 4-mployznent, bujc they can doubtless find work to do in the hay-fields in the daytime, and can pat in their nights praying for rain. una jjooie.rv. AIUUI, «.._„.. Jim Muck, R. McPherson, Komptvllle 3 Time 2:1% 2jl6Ji, 2:l8. ' In the 2:22 class race for trotters and pacers the black mare Ada Downed by County Clerk J. E. Johnson, strained a tendon in the first heat and had t o be drawn. STATE o r OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, ) LUCAS COUNTY, ) w * FRANK J. CHENEY tnakes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1880. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. \ SEAL \ Hall's Catarrh Core is taken inter- nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. E J, CHENEY & <?©., Toledo, O. lySold by Druggists, ?5c. A Canton Board of Trade. Our telegram quotes fancy cheese white 7$c., colored 8c., market steady; cable 88s. 6d.; receipts 44,000 boxes, ex- ports 22,000; creamery butter 18c, Welsh tubs 16c; market steady; re- ceipts 57,000 tubs, exports 1,000. Cheese has declined during the week ±c. in New-York and has advanced one shilling and sixpence by cable. Butter holds its own. One year ago cheese sold on this board at 8 i and 8 1G-I0c, and bntter at 18c. The flow of milk is lessening very rapidly, on account of the drought, and for the immediate future St. Lawrence will be largely behind her usual make. Forty-one factories have registered 8,489 boxes of eheese, and seventeen creameries 1,250 tubs of bntter. There was 7i and 75c. offered for cheese and 18-Je. for bntter, which was refused. The market on cheese is very dull here and many of the salesmen will go home without selling. At 8 p . m. not a box of large cheese was reported-Sold. There was offered 7}c, and 8c. was asked. Two hnndred twins were sold at 8ic. and one lot at 8fe. The butter was sold' at 18J, 18f and 18lc, 18§c. ruling. July 6th, 1895. M. R WAIT, Secretary. 7 PIED. ~ OLEQHOBN.-In Hermon, Jnly 03089$. Mrs. Miry Jane Cleguorn, wife of Mr. Benjamin Cleghorn, aged 74 years and 9 months. .The coming sale* of tho Harry Smith Block compels me to reduce my immense stock of Fine Goods before removing to other quarters. To do this I have made a deep cut in prices, and for The Next Thirty Days Will sell everything at First Cost. My stock consists of High Grade BOOTS and SHOES, RUBBERS, TRUNKS,* VA- LISES, BAGS, ROBES, HARNESS, WHIPS, &c. If you have a sole on earth it is most likely worn out by • this time. You may not know it, but other people are liable ^ to discover it. Your wife's, too, may be in the same contlk-j tion. Poor woman! You used to take her out three times'a? wgek before you married her. Delightful drives all around town, with that beautiful carriage, and high-spirited horses decorated with a set of McGee's Silver-Mounted Harness. Now the least you can' do is to buv her a new \pair of shoes, at this EMERGENCY SALE before the Spring assortment is broken up. Go at Once and Take the Little Ones with You! By buying a new outfit for all of them you will save moneyjj§§| ough on your purchases to get a Trunk or Valise to cari\|V\lpji I 5^1 }W ft, •Mi tap m •m. mm enou_ them home in. .Even if you don't want to buy, you should not fail to efe amine these fine goods,' and be surprised at the marvellously low prices at which they are now being offered to the public.! Remember, vou don't need much money to attend this Deep- Out Sale. \ .; * -; R. A. M<^EB, ' HARRY SMITH BLOCK, CANTON, N. m CUPREME COURT—COUNTY OF ST.' OLAWnBHCK.-4Minniepei'kltwagitiD8t Charles Perking Acttolpftr Dlvprce. To tho above nitfwkl defendant You nre SSreby aumraonod You Are &ereDy atiaiiuuuuu, M. «.MO..~. . complaint in this aatioiu and to serve a cony of ? 'our atwwer.ou the plaintiff'* attorney within wenty days^\W^-'^oeBerviee; atter t?—~—**~ \' '\••nmmraM.d exclusive of the! d*; an in case ot y3uFfafiu»\t« me** or answer. M^?! 1 ? H-7t ';$&- to atwwer the l by default for the re- aplaint. fcuntsT pfJ3t. Lawrence. lief demanaedlii the Trial dalired iirth«u~__„ — - Date*ffieMhJa*rorXnrif4l8Br».v - M. 0'BBlEN,-?i»lntiff'8 Attorney, ' _X_ jOfflteeClftlPord Street, P. O. Addre»«,TffIV)rd Street, OgdennlHirg.N.V. X?Ch«le«Perl^ ) j^fendantfe'•\ „ The foregoing »uminpn» 1« served upon you by publicaflon,Tpur«u*»t to an order of Hon. I counts. ' \\* *\\' ! -with th e COIL the County i July, 18»5. Best li nt World 1 Gettte Benin! SittEwrjiHre! M- O'BRIEN, , ^ eur»Att*jr»\3Porast.j , r rm - •• Ofltowbitfg, N. Y. a Might/*I fseaton Special work for \ ' teachers. «•-<•—*- ^ «- - » -\. . Bufinew or - .horfhana „ The tattea-l 'titieiti RoehMttr.N. V lte<l. TS'evv circulars ready, Pttlaltmrdnfficri. a^feJ^ 1 l^^^MM.

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