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Chateaugay record and Franklin County Democrat. (Chateaugay, N.Y.) 189?-current, July 21, 1893, Image 1

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n [ .-3 ,* - -t^:Y'*'\^|flii|iiaia^ ''jfrW\ 4 1 \^ffi\ A^*JLX . . iSIBIf . I * f f ,'OL. XVI. .^^f) pRANKLIN QoTJNTV J3l£lSflOOJ9t4lC CHATEAUGAY, FRANg^IN COUNTY, N. Y„ FIUDAY, JULY 21, 1893 #*0# w*yt $20 REWARD! j r,if tfo- tmW 1 Iteat *IB fwaofc-t ttw nwtfc* Jim bljfligifr.** 1 '?»»\'» <S*-'»1 I'm* » J Ife'l WtMW* tWM» 1 HOME MATTERS. rj^f»r?t--^%<ttm«»«TI - AliM fl SH*«i#f< »»-.-, -^- -^ _- -- . ..._--- —. {**«*.«. IAMBS, tumm BT fty»w«r«n *»\\ Jlvfrrai m Tbereur fff»niM«»r.bpe«l .-, ji ln>'J4H>)WSJt I'BKftOX AJU FABAeRAPHS. ADIRONDACK RESORt-S ^TihiT'MrPgT^rtrfar^jnvTroir»'s1iit.- , xwfcHUKtv V,-icgtm isV»1thifj ft-jMtfl* jinKl. Alb.i:tk _ j ~JKvi»g teat lis height j Rev M R B«mm. of J*rusht<wi. was l» | Ttu* villas school* willnpen August ] **«*» «*> Tuesday, j **^ ( Mm F K Lawto returned to h<*rj —^3frMi»* J *rH^Bf LaddV Hotel to brtng-j \\\\' tn °* te *» thls-geek J 00* UOnOD* WJSCTSESW. ^yg- »*s I lh^i M *! i:p will, j, «*t i.f ;tfmt j j. H. Burluu** n>mit a few days fishing, • K. H Nnsfth Hi*;- »'••». .\*<<. 2. ati*i>d-: »' »*» <! Kt - Laim-uee tbte «wk, ' j «*5 MM* »tMt* nr.-tn.fj* ^nvenrbsiriit St. ] j|n* J«M»« Tully returned* to her I Alhau*. VT . yr»it<*rday --i«lrt»jy i«»rt l« nwBW , li-Lowvilleon Tuesday, j U«- parade, - Jr4m U.vhitiHw wiw am-stwl M.Mtdny tor U;itsj* drutik m.»! dfrtrderly and bniught twfrfv J«>ti«* Rpi4i whi' 8tt**J biro Sit*, wok-*»-1M* J«OV. Tha t Witbwvll * t*Hfcl <w dotftfr li thnvitttf- ituoijiithH On* Msruw-a rosy W readily *»*«»« \>\ th*i f*-t tluris.K the fiiv: «4gtitd»yii i>» Jul} itwy m-»,«iv«-<l mi at< #t*» prr day. | <'. F. Tlutyer. of Hulliston, Mass., • is«J fri*<wfo in {MWH tisis n-iwk vfe- A. A\-Aiitu *rf ti»- AlleH llrujtt>>.. of ISflk'n..\. e:ii!«5 \in fri» 4 :rf!»WwtBii*«tl« i 1 y. Mr H.iU Mm. VVU2 U«ddls«, of Bell IIMJI,!, <-!ilk«1 on frien^ttttovrnMundtty. Mm S M IJUDWD mtd Mim Itell*. M IWuiiHi an> rbittog frtemls In M.'«lr14. 1$ANM:H IfO'-wK, 1/JWJX i.i»afi..i;.o.i y L-KU, vitbnt. I Mrs. H. BoomhowM- *rf VfifbtabtMU^ • i* the goeiit of Mta. Kui^t aaff into jUtis week. ' Bert BtoBgbtoa raturoed f«H» £«^t- _ vitjetiajPaajjlHy. He MHPJ the mfaJBgi •tt>wq>i of the west are tit a varr poor\ , financial coadftlon jtuK at pnaent • Michael Jk>rmadi' and John Brown, Jr caoifi bdbw ftxmi Oolonulb last i week. L T. ^ZT.-.Zt* Hardy i**f«t *«* *>W*fl» l*W* tt- , * I ^auaon. | JohQ AMmrtlfm-Mmatott*-* •„,.- ;—-3 I Dr. BoWnaon has returned fjrom UN- j K. W. Myers, of ROOMH Point was J — iTin. K I, Ht-er«n#. t>f (Jutt*iiu(rav aitKmjs: the <1udi»r» in town on Tutseday. | A««d#m,% hi» 1*« rm^tly ^l^ewd «j Mliww J<;|Ujte ^ AjinJ e KcJt e of ^mb,*** ^* Aawfc« li-dwuiofljj^^^ .^^t^m^ j^By* lt.1rlas.asd N*n ap}Miiit^J o w <.f it* ! <xKu»ritk«*- <' Wan*o T Tluiyer left on Batiirday . „ „ , , * . | far K«w Y*«it wbMre h* «xm«te lo »- ~J II H*ym inform* *** tltaj t*u*r|Bor ]S j dfe : th* Hay**, Lawrmne A C<». bop yanbt | /W»r f /AJ-^. | it, tbto YilU*f bare sot imSmd very «r •»» M« J- «*• r**»0M*«on. of attmMi .a {'materially fiwu hop Ifaae, and tbat tb* ] XtasaapoBa, Mluo . w«r» la town tet .. MMJM** j pi^aj^rta nn, farnrable fw a fajr ykM \ *<\*- J'.st fefUwr (afl tester* ««4»l*w «C SATCHDAVS HAVE*. A RaOMMT #ptrtt«^ l but Oti*-md«Ml EVKOt <Volddn*t m XVlunor . The Bunch talked «f burse race toot place last ^atiwday afterooun at tbe OF IXH'Al, 1KTEBK8T. ~»~ — -—The* Cbiiteau^ay rnnning team \did uot ran\ at SL AHJUUIK this week. —H. 8.TQay h improving the appear driring park. The rat* ww betwaw asoe «f has touae by »cost of wOst Win. Goktsnitli'it (iolddnst and lUlph JealdiM' Flora F., and the \boys' ex- pected aomc sport In thin nwpect tfcey were not disappointed, but the rwnlt —Th*3* were only 15 tlclceM sold at ttus station for St Albaa* yesterday. —Losr—On Monday, July $, between jthUy**r. UIM IJOU Snyder, of MoiatcUk, N. J. —A csrk*d of t«sbor««»*»hfppnd bj ;** **« *T*«M «f Be* »«^ **«• B » tb * he nialntatowl thniutrl«<ut tii«-thn-e ?U at 8mW». of Ubanon X. H , from!*** 1 ?* -11*4» •tatfoa Jlooday a««rnoon were;. Mm J H. Moflttt, of Syrsrow, w*s T TPTT Xt*T A \KT TfcQ'r\*\*** Rol,w * pBtot ti ** 1 « 1F * nte « ,OT !»a* gn««t of am W 11. ttonldlsg on JL»HJ V JCJ JU JHL ATI U OIatbwed vMlalk»«f tbe ewtoma law*, i u.*,^, of PUtls ^ow.tnat^bWitb w«tJ« on* who •?T? a *2F* \? ^L^tl^ * Sbth^wltb apparent eaae. At ***** ** kaviD « *\ ne at *\• ofl8o a two o'clock tbe borwe were calhjd oat —Colling & Bcawett are repairing tbe by K. O. Ottsuvs L M. liOweU and G. east <nd of the old *«r.-ater house\ at the W. Krtrhutsj, wba seuxl m judges, *nd dVpot to be am*! KS a ooal shed, tbe one without uiwjfaeesary delay were started, at |n«Kettt iu»«l by tbem being in La a wttb (kiktdn^i iU tb«> I**!**, which ( ic«i dilapidated c.ndition —E. W. R'tbcock. *« retary of the Y, Ji.».'. A.. ii< Pbutsbarjfh, while board Ui^ a inuu Monday aft«n}oua slipped ;uiJ fell tittieMl: Ui,- i-ars. lie receive d aer)uu« injuries. trip to the World's Fair, antf makes the* usual report of rj %'jMJajp.\ *« _^ *. -r T •* j Mary asAgwtlMh danghteMof Geot»»V, \ Kennon otT*oy, are riwMag^biesds u» this vfciniay. ... Mrs. Horace Soenper Is in St Law renoe county vtfEkjftg &§«*•* I J*Z - t MissJenae Fhelna, of Norwood, m: fisituiga«'*.«. Vti&ftr.* *• C. C. Carpenter and wife were in Chateangay, at Dr. Caqpoter'tL tbts first of tbe week. • * * ' Haying hag commeooea to. earaaat,': 4 •'\ beata. Below fat tbe •Bitimary CH*Mojrt I J 1 Fhirar....„4. * *,js Tj|9*-*.W.- JM6: 4 0*. aQeg«d vMlallos «€ the cuctonu law*, i WedBeaday. ] AlU»»ngb Srion beattai, JenkbiM ban „„_i..._ i„ L — : _, PI** of the borw« ww«« apprahwd. upon ] every rfctnouof Usiag proud of the KIIOW wWdil*B«thpal«^iiOTiral«aland|OT^ Brosu>y. or n»«* tagmade b| a&eolt. The «4t trotted a ««ded «s s k Journry. jS^r\* * W * t Mr MMd hw * s> * \\* *\* U * *' Qm * i —A rtnfriftina fmtn i vmrt i vi««ul l i y ** tt * sr< ^ } , yo roid. MW bef<ir« having«tart«d in j O. F THBSttoglhm T<± Were* in ! R r * }m retomwl <m FrWaj- Uat U* j a nr*. d « r*«*rk»tote *«!!. and jiidge« —^ »» th «* r 3 ^ «> that both standard town bwt Tburaday evening to i \ ! three weeks. i of a upwdy lion*. —The fin* nieetkig wf the Northern Thos. Meroer baa gone to Holyokev where he expects to get empknyment. Anna and Lena McCarty have gone tea Loon Lake to spend the summer. —The first train over the Saranac and l^nke Phw-id raUrtwid was ran on Thurs- day la*t Tbe road is eleven miles long I <jttes«*'«i ** ipmnt. l*\t 1.1 <»»» Swyir** UUt» tint iMd: • «.-... in.. «^i t«wt ««*rtrtwr o»n» • *# »5! 4ti«r wSw* \•»«•** ««8*>*. \ NO CEMENT T .* f*. t *»*»• ««5 fW«SMillU« WfenH b\>» •»*i*ftart *t « )uw hlrf «*f»Rf1rtlK» wtlfc * ;<M«*«t (Ur Ttw ttr*> V « • MHWns^r MtMCJItMt \t» rin. if** » i» b* f»«««« a m ife** «**• «MBT)| f«T|«^f» «•.*•!* iwrtOMMHRlif t n t«*» tlbMl ttMUTEST IS fTlKTmtttJt * -i»- f w\ !!j«-**sgtji«»«-»'ti*est*t»»*.*, tioCiw*' •tmt t»J* to *•* raf UM «»w« «al»#*«M*«irK, *fcr •.'a' <-.t«-»« r »«(•».»»*!, Uw Mt>Mit nSrM., <«•'' '*• M».*I }I»>VM »( <- ••*»» ml* (nwW J^\-«r.f4! f * < •^Mifeiira* t LLNTOK L. AME.S Ao'F'rr pntt rilASKUS *Y>f'ATl'. MAU««.)(,.r. i i^end has vsorttoo. wbkh wUl U<a about j of sor* fta* mr that he in the makta? and •»\*\»• gaag^carstnay be run on It CiHirt tlnTiwiigsj in initiating wreral • newmenhem Tbelocml court b pro ! MtiwesEmroa and Man Ketuton. «f ! »Hw«»n «» beat*« bkytU-race took Sew York trotting circuit w«! be held «r«MlBgBneiyandnowhai« a meatber Tw..y, ans Tiattlitg frh-nd* in tW* viUsjp* ;P ii,rt * l *'*^ u T1 \« .Ssncumbaad J red at LowrilI« mi August t > 17. Tbeclr- •hip^tweetyabt with a number of J and rtchuty. Kennedy, which wa* won by San««nb cuit tndudt* Lowrflte, Antwerp, Gour moreauplksnu ion a twlmnlaa (knj. W. Foster idso e rtM>ur. Putedam. Ont<>n, Watertown. \•^\***\ I Mm Mane Lawtwiae. dsagtter and } ^^ „, «.jtttfhijf w i, half ani* h«it Tbe Ogdehsborg and MjUdot —K(«tdenu of th« Tillage abould afelgrsad daughter are ifuwrt*of Mr. aod^ra«Mi were brought to adtae by a half Ui It that UH> doftr* of their hou«ea and [ Mr*. Barney iianey. i : mile heat between OoiddsM and R W. barn* are securely fastened, as a tram- ? Mi m JJ ^ ^^j j|^ IMsrgurete Hmui Andersons KJttfe A.. whtdt * a* won by nerofatMwptsat tsirglary have been k ^ p^ttgiwawh areiu town U» j {JoWdtt, * t - A fB»o«o**** beln«r the first rtimwnuwt The tatewt l» reported at * gf^^^f jj m u ^ ji^,^ ' time in abrtufasH years that Kittle A. the 1mm of Mr* II. II Farnsw«»th xm : bad been *pi*<led„ she made a creditable Rart Main street where entraiK* wa* »«\? «\** »«a» Margaret M««ney, of i .howiBg. gslned by breaking of the lock, but no jMamtpelter, Vfenm the guest* «f their j Tbe trac* w«« in a fair wuditkin, and artk-km are missing. Thajretw 0>rnMi, Mrs. LSI Parks, <rf Mancnester, H,^, is batting her anther, lies, OcwoJaf, for s few weeks. t^jg^afts^^^ phis Thnss ww| Oslurdbj i 6. at MenUI sua sdfa, of 4 Lake, were in town Mo of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ik>bbtoJobJQstoai^srB^«Binih«ia«r in Brockton, Mass., last Sstttrdsy. * •< - \-«. Wm. Yoong, who has ham isck Jgf\ Tf the last stxasoaths, died, last Rsadayst *- ...^ therealdenoeofbisson Morris Tovnsv His fnneral was held on Tuesday air, Ml • \* a m.. the Bev. C. J. Sercil ptinschihe tbe sermon. wi»*w. Mr* F«. B Duffy ] we ander«a*|l that it is t«i be further ThklstheUmeofl^J^rwbenyou! 1, a »roota sad Mr* Jeffemm Bob- j to*™* I f«r»jdry, races tobebeM * erts are at WL Albans this week vistang i ***** ••* tb * wssoo. A number of spectators bad a nar hare friend* vfaating you. and people ^^ . want U> know it. WH1 y<« not kindly j \**«» *** relatires. lake a 1)1*1* pain* to let n* know the Frank Lewis Is^omefcSn Kew York w \\\\P*^ tl,jary by th * faU1,l g of . A , , _ ., *™T* 7; ^TTLTT. the elevated iws^ mhfadi precipitated luunn* and sddre«ww of your friends?, to *t»nd his vacation with his parent*. ' . __ . .. r 3 -\- •*• *• «•_ -_^. *„j - _^ „# .• i^... i. L. i u_ _LJ »*_ »I__J i > i_ thssa to tbe ground. We can And out sotne of them but it b < Mr. sod Mrs. Maadred Lewis bapasatble for m to learn all of them without a little o^operstioa on your part. Please bear this in mind and it will be a Fortunately no one was seriously injured, but two or Mb*. Katie Chambers completed her j three were slightly bruised. term of school at Hsranac Lake last j —~J- - m and retnmed home on (Saturday w«ek-. A^T THK Hl'MMKIl SHBHOMTW. —The 3lst Separate Company of Mo- hawk will give an evcurskm to Malone aver the A. « St L, R. R.\ next Thurs- day. They will be accompanied by the 38th Separate Company of Utica sad tbe Wstervule and Lttae Fails military bands. —Besides attending to thef duties of street commissioner, M. E. JSibbertohss found time to \dabble\ a little in agri- cultural implements this season. He has sold shout-forty mowing machines, besides a large amount of other imple- ments, and the end is not yet. —The second session of the Catholic Summer School of America opened on Sunday at Platteburgh with s George Bestte, of New York, was i» town a few days ago. John Pringie, an old sod respsotedl gentleman, died onf Monday at Jnha Tassie s. Orson iMHrbroaks, who wss~savete$ tajured at Woostsr Fund's ntelng a Jess weeks ago, Is improslng. Mm Margaret Queor has gone bo> ConstsUe to remain during the summer- Mrs. Dinneett and Jane were thrown from their carriage a few dswago* while out driving. One wheal pssnerf over Mrs. Dmneens body, severely brtu^ing one of her ankles and maMng-sr large gash on her nose. Jane was not so seriously injured sod escaped wfcftr but a few bruises. The new organ in the R. C. churcix will be welcomed by alL Mrs. Mabel Kane will be the organist anee or netween toree ana roar nundrea. This numr^tt il sx|iected wlO oe large- lyhicreased before the session closes, which promises to be a notable one, —The blanks for trustees\ reports bare been sent out by the town clerk and trustees will please notice that they are OF LOCAL DTTKRBR. IAY CARRIERS, grest favor to us. T 9iB • MURKS, t , rU.E\'R, ROFT.. HOOKS. ETC ji«.e«-t» m VMS Jfper* 'ihuu I'ttln S*at Pumfm *-.w »(4t> at *mf 0*t*b trma W b> SW tit* '• CIUS m «rU » f«r fSrvmiwn, «*e TIILLIKKR BROS. ||—An exrarsfcfti to Mhassquoi Park. ander the management of J. E. Bentley. wiO he run on Fridav. August 4th The train wiO leave Chateangay about «*>a m.; retummg srriw shout 7 p. m, making a pleasant days outing. TheMheirsoa. Dr. M. fare for the round trip it tl.Oufor adults \ **? Mr. and Mrs Merrill F. Weed, of The Banner UIHUO. Rouses Point vfested friends at Brain ! The Banner Hotwe served ninety two ard vilto and Chateangay Lake this week, j nwabi hut Susssy. The house is fast Mr and Mrs. C. C t^arpenter. <rf «i»« up, shd landlord Kirbys smile Ellenburgh Outre, were the guests of j broaden* accordingly * & Carpenter on -Sun , The following named persons have registered since the hist issue of THK and SO cents for ebfidran The excur j Mrs. George OoRbsr and Mrs. MeL L ^I™ J J- J J! Uot > B,M !?'? a '!: ***?? j guests of their parents, Mr. and Mn>. A. Porter. 'o the World's Fair! I'it Amtrittt's (treat**! Knilrnnd, —THsv-- Jew York Central, AQHIOSJOACK DIVISION. mv RATES, FAST TBAJNS. StTr^EBB ShmVlCR 4alon«* U) Chicago and Beturn. I2S.00. riUrw. W»«» HsKMW MJ6S.S1. MJP-.ai. rata* wrrtr* Cntnasn inep w.. TJSS. BJ. Klcvjxmi mat Orswinc nsast ears Malawn to t»ritini*r. (wnnscttnc wttn t>t»ash awsjlss *r« f«jr Cteaiffo. V** uetict*. intdtmtakm. Ume lafehw. stc.. ««- »Sw t4 ntstJmi u«*#« «f*m« or corrjeoogiS with t» H n turns oea. Agent *>« nut*. Asettl. HtrtOamr. M V . S v Tnrcrr, Oeo. Usasfcer. rion Is to he run under the auspice* of Webster, of Independence, Iowa, are the Adirondack Rebekah Lodge, I. O OK of Makms ,. -The \tafl^tKl\ of a severe wind ] Mrs. J. it Moflltt, of Syracuse, sad rtorm. sunVient however, to frighten \ Mhn ML Al McOormick, of Brooklyn, are many of the timid ones, passed vmr tbJsjgne** ,of Mr. and Mrs. F rilbvgK Monday sftemooo tathe south ftninsrdvflle. part of the town the worst of the storm .-«*_—•__ McMillaii. Hustingdoo: R. L. Msrehi son, Montreal: M. Cummings,Brushton.- H. G. Baker: J. Oorbin. Herbert Barber, Pbtftsburgh; John Burhans, Win. W. Scrtver, W, Waiter Warren, Chatenu gay; F. R LeaUe, Woburn, Mass.; Mrs. JOB PRINTING. *\ !E REOOSXP JpFPIOE Isfhfiyetinippsd fordoing All Classes of Work. HTOuv Prices are l«w. jf] was felt st it was accompanied by s heavy hail storm, doing much damage to fgrowing crops, breaking windows and tearing down trues. From one sec- tton the report comes that the hsfl stones were of such stse ss to badly batter the clapboards on houses. —A heavy ram storm srccimpsnied by thunder and lightning visited this sec- tion last ftaturday evening, and some damage I* reported. At the residence of James Cowan, In the north part of tbe town near the'*Canadian line, Mr. Cowan was stsnding u the door of s shed when the bufldmg was shattered by lightning. He was knocked wsselesi, but essaned Injury. A pet fox that was near at the time was killed. The only other damage we hear reported wa« the killing of a cow to EUenburgh. —The Children's Day exercises held st the M. Kf church Sunday evening were very Interesting and satsrtsiamg. fan church was beautifully decorated for the occasion with bunting snd flowers and presented a handsome appearance. The representation of Columbia and her loyal subjects was the snd reflected much credit on these taking part. The Leahy at: ^ 0 {1art Hhwes Mabel sod Bath Clark New York; H F. Oehrtng. Mrs. Oehring. Baby June, Cfaateaugay Lake; J. T. Ewart. Mrs. Ewart, Miss Bradley, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs, B C. Bort, Mr. and Mrs. C L. Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Anderson, Henry B. Anderson, Rosa and Arthur Anderson, Chateangay; J. —St Lawrence Biver has beooDw m very popular place with manyafoBB- viuagers to spend an outing, —Postmaster-General BhneD has de- cided to substitute single poster cares: three and one-half by fire and sne-half inches in die. snd the doable return required to nit oM then Manks between card, reduced, when folded, to tbe A Move In tbe fttgbt Dtrectteu, We are informed that arrangements are being made to organise a stock com- pany in this village for the purpose of buiidtng a race track, snd that those who are interesting thm*0v>* i» the j ^ Hoy. Fwd Chase, J. B Klrhy, Brala- matter reel confident of success, The srdsville: Frank P. Kennedy, Chatesu- ptan is to secdre a tract of land within gay; Mr. and Mrs. P. Leahy, Brslnards j easy access to the village either by pur 1 chase or rental and to build a first-class track sad properly fence the name with a view of holding races during the sum- mer months and also to organiae an ag ricultural society. . This scheme has been talked of before, but for some unaccountable reason was dropped. It is the opinion of many who have thought tbe matter!over that Cfaateaugay would he a good point for' an ae-ricuitnral show, ss we haveslsrge territory to draw from, the nearest fair being Hattsburgb on tbe east snd Ma- ktne on the west, while it Is claimed a large attendance could be'obtained from bordering towns in Canada* We lea no reason why the matter cannot be suc- cessfully carried out, inasmuch as the expenditures would not be large, while the benefits to bederived would be great. We trust that those baring the matter recitation* by the little ones were also j in charge will receive every encourage good, showing that they too were snx-lment from our citizens snd that before toward] anot ioun to contribute their talent I making the occasion. a pleasant one, and In this they sum. eedsf' light royally. - another year has past we may be able ville; Mrs. J. H. Moffltt, Miss McOor- mick; Syracuse: Miss Tassie Leahy, Bralnardsville: E. W. Knowlton and wife. Misses BL_R. Knspp snd J. Mc- Naugfaton. Malone; Misses Jennie, Mary and Florrie Walbridge, Bralnardsville; John Hughes, Chateangay; H. O. Wise, Auburn, Bev. B. B. Seulye.sndUwife, Miss Mabel Seelye, Master Trumbnl 8eelye, Miss Snyder, Chateangay. XJbvae T Jfotloew The undersigneA will be at the school building in Dust. No. 1, every Thursday from 8 to 6 p. m., for the purpose of re- ceiving and giving out library hooks un- til August 24, 1808. JOHK HooBXs, Qerk. Cashier J. J. Bush of the defunct El mlra National bank, was arrested at his home upon a warrant issued by United States Commissioner John T. Davidson upon complaint of ex Con- gressman H. H. Rockwell, representing to announce the organisation of tbe i Jackson sVsmrdson, president of the Chateangay Agricultural Society. I bank and a number of depositors. the mh or July and Che first Tuesday in August in order to entitle their district to a share of the public school mona —Martm Fay, the Saratoga murderer was taken bank to Clinton prison yes- terday for electrocution which is set dowa fsjr the week negtsJaa; Aug. ta. Foy was cool andjwUected on the way to prison, snd smoked and chatted with his guards He sajys he is already to have them 'push the button\ which will send him Into eternity'. size, for the three sums now infuse. The sise is known as the international sh w from being used; by the countries In the BjstaJiJalonr'\\ \'' \\* \' •* *\ T —Ernest A. Douglas, of Ghafcsaagay t candidssKotaharlR; eras \working up bustaeHT in this part of ttecoanty last week. Ernest Laformed us that with this trip, he bad completed a pretty thoningftkanvass of every town In the county, hud so far as he was able to Judge of Ihe beating of the pulseof \the dear people,\be considered Us ehances for the nomination as good as any of his competUors.—Ft Covington Sun. —Some time ago it was almost uni- versally published la the weekly papers that a Canadian law prohibited Ameri- cans from fishing in Canadian The publication seems to have many hotels just doing Fraser of FtaseVs point sends us the of fldal opinion of the Canadian deputy minteter of marine and^gaberies which ftsUy contradict» the Americans on equal ans In regard to fishing the S t Lawrence and its tributaries. Tbe opinion says that there is a£ present nothing to prevent ashing in these watej|1^|||1 provided this is the Ashing laws and regulations in re gard -to dosed ssasons ftc.—Farmer. —By an anMoOiaAit to the Bnr of Oil State made in 18W, it Is no kmgerneoes- that wax,\ wafer or any idhaslssi substaacf or paper be use^ in a privsto uistnimen4«fzjkv>a sufficient that tnf|f^|| Vt^$ letters \jL a\ be written or printed' op- posite th% signature. The amendmena n^ be tSund in voL II of the seaahsn ^WBofate, pa|a>f;*fl7. ^ ,^^*\^ -TbesttellMate* uax tedett isW^ : ' spwptfid# eaDed to thn^sttvertisementer the Jfan^sttan Life Insurance company mthfctanie. This is one of the old re- habje and standard companleSr and any- one contamplatlng Hfe insurance shonjdf •• w*th H. A. 8toaghton, the resi- dent agent who w« gt w tkantaass) sstd iguies Oiat cannot fnA to oonytoon 'them ^m^mmmwmM^-^ • A newspaper is the greatest help** the growth of a town that can be. It a stand^ns^nljfertlsenient wl free she, wtm. prise. It help* all the ohs never falls to speak oat for its asks tbe support of the people, not Ins; manner, but as a reooeapenm forlftlipor. It ts entitled to a lft*2f- iuse it giues morettuan it takes, for its rights, and these It Bhouldhava--<^arbondale(Penn.) Lead^

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