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Chateaugay record and Franklin County Democrat. (Chateaugay, N.Y.) 189?-current, July 28, 1893, Image 1

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„WtJ^ -tf, * *-% ' f ^ Avs jl <mgf* **|r» j^MNmgi JU | * 5 1 1 t - j _ •« -J * — i 1 i i _* 1M*-^ IMHVf , ,—A J^WP^t* _ _ t/hA 1 K A U CxA 1 *! rf*' -•V.-J.^.^ff.rC -t^Wy \—• ** '^ t u <«^f\^'f>rl\rV»\-' i l x -if4WJ&. & »a4s!i3i£.jsi4 ^^.^^Mllj^Mfr^t^^^i 1 ^ 1 ,iji ^ ^w^Fs * ^fv'^lMjtJti^jMr j^ jjr.,1 J)*, i , -*<pk- M 'r:.Miiii\.\'iiMllifTV\ \\ -: -rfrjl^^T^ '',J^*Tv\^ ru Wjfefc&nep>wiwftfcffi •.Mfwl 2„ L, it J i V ilr VOL. XVI. CilATIUUGAY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, N. Y„ FRIDAY, JliLV,-23, tm NO. IS •JIIIIIPiMW 'i j' uuayaai l J v: 11NION SC Ht H >U .TTk %0 Iter*,unrt ThoriB »»f tl<*i»* of l<oe*J tnter-twc, ~kliaieauga.y rank* third in tbe-! —r^at«KKxt^tr*R3roKxi»HB:; AEHHRQ3 IACKLRBSORT8; Kev. J. i\\ CuUigaii I* »«i tin* si<\k list, j.W* James Highland ret timed to New-¥«tk|-. en Monday. ' ij ; county a* a btitterprrxlnrtiig town P. W. Qullnari, of Leadvilie, home on » visit Colo., Tie SM Tea? ef 1893-4 te {in Aipil 28tl, 1893. | ^tHaaitrjBIfTw^feen alittte duTO Mra O. A. C. McDowell is at Cham- j August bid* fair to be a very busy | phUm visitingfriend*. i month M the summer botofe,. | u . 1L „ , „ t , , s _.. _, , L „ Mw. Patrick Murphy, of Carthage, I*. | -~Thb eerlmn of the c«u.try ha* not I vidnag MmA |B toWh I experienced sn<-h * week of rtorm,* lu I i year* a* tbe on* just naaaed, \ ! j Owipt'u, the illin*, *>f Urn pmiwe/. Edward L. Storms, A. ICjnn. J C. tim**. »» ««nri«« w«*ri iwxni'AU mm HP4AM U BKXXKTT. A, B , f^lWOVfKnHH. MISS WIUJOW M PKAKK, U<.nMti IV JkllSS CAKIUE JM HAT! \II. VdMtm Ml Slim EMXAtUSTIl M rKKHKLL. K.*«3 H ,MI*W MAHV K. KE11J.Y. Rrvem I Ut^H) MAHTHA I* t'XIUJSH. Mu*ir ..r Ml* MARY E HEIIXV. Pmwiatf. • h«*t at tfc« 31 E. diMrrib but Biradav. ' I - ! | ~-NaMtao H-tiujs b« dead WE a««J* tjw ;' j drltri* atmut bb bunw4 i*r«^»ii.v j»rw|«w 1 SatofT to rutnitawnfinjt tmiinfinir «j»m ] i td»rw H« wWt «tnet a bkrk mntalniux { j ihrtv «t<wv» , } j —A tt^rtfir tliu»nl< r aw! lijctiUitri}.' j #t«rm (U«nui|*mini by rate ami bwtvy j wind* -vWnjtl ttits wKtfun early W«da«» : I dav HK^-niiiK but m far a* taartttw! tw : <bnun«t' wac tlotu- ' -! -THe Cwlral V«TOw«at R It. will «-li f ikkfftatoHt, Albawrw-dajr fur «l oo f<*. m lt ^ , , „ Wit^M^ Uw t^vadci, briw HSl/T,* \*** ; exhibition «f ifeumniB** show. Ticket* * *\*\• * John A. Oroemon* rct«n»«d Ut ]£ai*| Weymsmth, Slatss., Inst w«t?k. | Ml«« IJUian (^M, of tljassj, b> ttae! ffomt of Ml«* Mamie Itean«tir J ! Mi«o Ma«pi»* iJ^yer w«r«rn«l -fwwn 5 I**f«B, Ma»*i. <•« Saturdny for a visit, Mis» Mamte WUIbtni*. of Hatt*«jurgh. f to the K«**t of illsw Martlw L C^tUtta f OtwyS. Jobuftuu, at Hatt*burgfa. to * KpwMlintf a wk'n vacation in th% l«» | aiiitjr j Mr» >*. E Foote; «T >\\hSU*all k Uw gixttt <«f h« |mrvt»ta Mr .nnd Sirs, J S Burbatt«. Wm Annio Cuiuan^hatn left on Tu*» WnxoiW BEACH CJOTT-UII^ CJI^EB CHATKAC«J».V LAKK, -**^\ I\TE«lE«TI9i-« Fiat' or LtiCAx ivnotEST. —Albert Helms has been appointed rw»tmaist<fr at Cha&n FalU. «r«> ii>M>A <-n ait r«gtil&r trains. —The faie tut tto* p»a»d trip to» MJ«» rim T*.^ It, UM. ****** «Mk* j ^ *Ww ai d « m»ta for e*Udr*» ; Arttkmtiti. t'.H- «««», Atu****, \Tt»i& h*rm tfmlwawy ** a« a. «.. »*.* twrfNM0„. <i««*rfry, I Mjj r»-lamin« arri*#« at« Si p w. - £**3l<a* t/itittrjf, t%jmm, i%#mMtrjf, j r W^avaYMft <Mrf Utrn,/*™ { . -Tb«jArt«Mi tVwiwrt *X*i»r«*«y «» N«r l-Jim^kh timmmw, Latin umtt ifrrwtw. I V,J ** * m vWl ClataiMMPiy in a *bt«t ~— zz^=-^ h ^_ it __Jjlj^jk^jtw_jwt*_^Jh^d«tIglitfal; Janw* A. (J<irdcwi -..,.., . , j, , . i<»Br*rUt Th« «xart date of t!w*r a»- Tbi» Ift«*it»tk*st &** i««*»o d«ad|fitat«d I land, VI I Waltiv S. DaugiaK rvtorned CM Friday i frtwn t'aUfuraia wlwrw lie t^wot tl»« }»*« j two year*. Mr* H. J Itenoil and daaghteT Eva of Uotyokip, Maa» , arp vbdtfnjj relative* in j Mr* L Haiti in Sn «M*rbrof.*«. P. Q.. \ oilk'd th*ri» by th«« ilSmte* ut h«r brwtti^r by tb# fjaftarti'wb *»f i^iblfc l«i*trurlkm a4«|ir {a whiri* tlwrt* ahaQ be Wfgm- l*»J » Teachers' Training Ciaa*. *t»<Jt a rla** «iH_ be ?*«nw«J_ aad bp ifrv*fi lsni»,»i*: fiiiiSlira its iMrartlcr«ork. 7k*f **»» ••» #• rr* ft* M*mt* r» nf li.iti <~ht** Mr and Mm ti. It Maittaed aon liar old tmai Sunday in low tbe giMRta of on, but mttfc* win b« tfvm limmt to j Mr ^ Ur% M E ^^^ , {must**!* h«jv ha* DI* y»t been fined up | on, bat m*fc» arm b« ( timm n *um ra lat*r on ' Mm J«nnle Cbapraao and chiMren of -Ttw f«a*t «*<»* ha* bwm a vwy nn | Bridgeport, C3ona, an» rirfttnit pansnts favorabte f«« f«* fanawr* In harv«*tln£ | jud JWeijd^j^t^ateiMJKay 1-afcs^ ib«r bay cnqi, tfac bnary rain* nsakinir «IM«MMKgMW«W^ Arrlrais at jtanui House laat week were: JonoBtuaasd wife, E. ft. Bolsb,. If - jl mghUj^t *yt4p^j»j r - iBwllag;. gie Harrfcm, Lyon Mountain; ft. A- Weed,Ptattebureh. Biaaneaa-onnlinixw to he good at, ttar Wliowi lu« th*. growth of Cliat4<HU|rny Atawlfiny a.Dd t'nlon hchoo!. AK ex&mination of the financial and alwtiaU ^! «'port* of CIutawfB? Uaion «weat*w and bkycte hoee of tbe best 'JWKXI! f<>r a period oovwinK -thmt years ^Sections and quality at Goldanltha has diKuvenid tlie followtng remarkable • .^ C)0ngTO88ma n Johnaon of Qlem fj|CW: Fall*, who represented tJ^&Jxffl«ralBliMt- 'W SaSimSU AtSnoSaW «»district prtor «6^ Hon. J. H. Moffltt. jaw* - ...»«...,... ai*w) dfcd suddenly at his cottage at Okn \\ ~~ 'M'.'.'.'.wlSuSu Lake of heart faBai* on T^ieaday laat ^SS^fS —New York State exceed* allOttw*! uw« Twaotoa gyrt^ s n the «aa»llenoe of ita dairy ex- :::::::*^5S» : WWt»ttbe World-B Fair tab moBth. -*«*JB Jp(rcrw.mf county received tliree flrat It ml! to i»otfe*d ttoat tbe rartdwit priiM S j^^^fe ^^^ for a cbeeae ex- on*-fottrtli: exhibit, tb* resWwit attemtance otM»-tMrd: and tlw tk«> rwMmtt. attendatw «me fo irtfc. -° n <\ of <* ar e^*an«e« farniabea We TV rwwiptK fr*«a KWW t.Oier tban Inddent in the refoiar mm Hem. \A k»r.ni t^xatwm. vis- i>t>\M<- w*my. Re ^V f * u c,,0O » lier bammock and theother 1Mb' fend*, turtiou. t««aebfr«- elai* n^ 1 foUowing Uw brefaed member jftUn«d hw fc> dtf got otit of bad and, aa ' neghatruton S«9^i ...ajtM .... %#n*e s.««i .... IMWaa J.TB .... fand*. *w., t*xbibtt anTiwwBae of $&*•, OB tto.-.^jer luuid, butpayera wiU wwol Bh * thouabt, batlied it with camphor bvttbattl»m»*of achool taxation ha«, ^^ <*- w ' nen H»niing came she stawliiv Ae^njaiw.d darlntr th* naat three f^\\ 1 *»« na\ mtetaken a botfl« of a&oe wars anrt f«r tliw rear ending July 3t, i dressing f«f tie «U. WeU, if she had IIWI, was tlw loweat ?im* tb* fonnda ****» « man Uw air niiffht have been Banner House as is shown by tb« tmHtr thai 131 meals were aerred than lack Sunday,: • t • •' . •* •'• Tbe Island party consisting of E. t. Botsford and wife, Maater Boy W. ftaf- bord, Mkaea Bwae Uaker, Oertmde Baker, H. a Baker. OraU Brecnley «A W. L Henry, all of FlattalNirgfc. ntwfi- ed home last Wedneaday. J. W. Huaonbaaorcr 28 fuaata; 3to- dlan Point baa aareni; Lake View haja. four. J. H. Jaoocka, wife and eon whoharw been Mopping at tlte Merrill Ooane, fa~ txtrned to Near York laat Tueadajr. Arrivals at the Interlaken dmtafttfc* past week: P. D. and F. W. 8otneca„ Poaghkeepaie, Mi« SL L. Woodtttft. MiasM. Bromley, Plattaburgb; MiHwr M. and E. Leonard, Mm E. LeonardU Andover. Maee, ; Mrs. J. P. HamUtoc,, EL Hamilton, Brooklyn. C. W. Bactnu retanud to Jus aoaw fat New York to attend, the funeral of h&r only atgter, who had been JQ aon* tfaa*. Harry Hanfitau and F.W. Soman arm having a tag time j^atntBg over thee lake with their new rigged aafltagakiS. Tbe World's Fair fg nothing coaqpareS withit F. W. Boaasra took a large trout the day while alowly dragging his baft/ bebtad the boat with onLv about 10 feet _ 4*««rf^ 1 pr««*t-l«r«l- aetoor syatenr jbtae^mnd-t^to** abe waa only -^^^ rn ^ m ^^ 0f i Saaa ^ Tbf erht* 1 ren^us (*ows a school pop- \ wt«nan—«be laugbeo. ^^ aihar^fcr and tim •hnn ttw l><nsfd«itt «* J j *fW*ary «rf' lb* Board «rf ljtiK-ai{*i». «ir of tin« rSlnripal it anrmatsibte U> do outride work. Many farmers bad but }m& -got- fairly afc.work at haytttg wbrtt the rains mine on, and aw a ammquvnc* ar« •oBwwbat db ;•?•••' rc,«Thi.r iB'f.^rtpat*.**! ^oopka <»f 1 wang^a «| toe cKitlnok.. Ihi- *$n*A p*r«.-Mk»r tnay.br «4it*iard fruai | —Mr» R. W A»d«raon to making pr«> »aratiwi» for tin* «reedon of a bricfe inlriris <m ih« sit* 4 of ttoe old (Ston* atorr, ]a»d «-X{«wrt t»> c*.>nimi«ifW' , op^rali<»n* *^ ? «ii«rtiy afhrr tb« Mrs* of Attaint To»» { boiklind l» Ut bav« A frofttagi* ftf 43 f«»l 1 h'm Main strwt and *$t«»t»i S!» feet.baelt IV5,11B* ,, ^.'«' J ' wSIJI*!*':.*^* hiah and «»»lain »' ' i\ \* «• 'WM *!*J»-» <>n lb«' ground flw*r. of Una. This te a new way of taking trout, and may leant us great fishermen' eocnething. Qrvelnterlakena caQ wbenyoam>h> the Lake. Tbey intend to have trawfc dinaere on Sundava through WW SALE. .1 s*Jt&et»-« T>' » » » Tl-f«'>«4** I'.Hl.T N }«r«ita« |rtn!r«rf ,t . 5 >• 1 »l«n **r*\* fl <KA^ imi Ssteei- SBCOK. i^-i^r.f •fii'Bcsr- v«1>. ••» '- I'ffl >»•> Jw • l!*<r A- M MHI«r. of M«!.»t>*> ««ncn- {»*«(! tine . j«t«iiflt <sf Ibr i*n%«byt«»riAn *s jpi'li !n (hi* viilap*. «n H«n«l,ay in cx- u. 0»«v with R^rv H H. SM-!W T1t4ii r.\' pi-..}«?<• ».'f *taato-augay bwitl .1 ^f;' 'irg«« plm**.' Sn tix« nlffrtlo4i» «f Mr Mil- iar «'»* <-vitM*d by Un» ft**!if)« njj*tm«*r '*) « hkh iw> prfortwd on teti> (r«*a«i(tri, ? ami is taosJ t«- a fw»!isijr of no I ft^p pi«a^ j im-.t«i hiiu i«\ know that «h»> jw>|iJ«> of ; list* Hi* *M home, alway* t«til wirh joy ' ht» o«mi.ne *mnnjt: th*«ni . Mm Mar?\ Prfa* an*i aon and Mi*.) !•*»•«»'«™««o« w «.» ,«-^.„pop-_ J«*j*in^ilUI mtd daajriiu-r cf l^wd, i BSa * it * * *» - ^ «*» P»««UB» «f i -The dulin^ in tbe iwn market baa Maea are in town vis ting friend* {73 *. the high*rt to Franklin county, timxA the Cbateaugay Ore and iron * ( \«M, in fact, in Northern N>w York. .Company to shut down their dunes at , Mr and Mr*. Jf<awu Whn> and w P wish. iik«wb*. to call attention to j Lvon Mountain and dfaconiimie the |dangbt*.rk a tte of Atiwi. M^ wv«. 1 M ,„,.,,, ftltl . la ai*nal polata in whkbour Uianttfa{tureo f ^Batotberpotob, At I town vlWtmg Mr *«»d Mr* t hari^-i^i,^,}, m bettor to-day than ever be- C iwn Point both mines and furnaces ; Sawx^nb ! ft n , j m ,i it! g ib* i««t t*fw yeans the * ^ Mte ^,4 ^ Burden, where the Hud Mrs E A Mclloaald trf .St.. Albany J*«boo3 bailding b** buen cdksd, palnbedlso,, Q^ Coapany operate, tbe same | Vi , was in b.wn thi* iri«k, railed here j Mxd l«pawl. Tlw IStetry lias been j g^^ ^ a jf a t r e ^xlst. Over a thousand ;bvihvd«ath of hw UU»r, J«»hr« Jet* ;l«**e».v ir>cnsa«d ami .mad*? a««^bteJ l ^ aM ^ ttoownoutofemJl i oirnJei , t ^ t I kin* *u.^f«l by tbe ntvparatinnof a catalogue. Lyon Mountain a force of over sixty JTn- n.Tj*.»f tear-bar* i*»» 011* «*G»«*«*d|rtir3*nttTsareatwork ntaUag repairs, ' '^wd-Tte «UMXiard oi preparark* and e s < wbir j, WouW g^.^ to iBdicatt. that the IM-ri^r.w Wjulrwi <rf the t*»M-hers lw ] shutdown wiU w« r«* permanent, l*« i; r'.-si-ix.l The «#«j[Uij*fnt*nt t»f_ th? ^n:!*-, i.a- !»•*»» Ut*;>s )»br«i-t «f any of b*ft on Saf tirdav f^r-^ tl^ «««& «* N»^rtlir-c« N».*w York, ami. • *ho will s;*\rt « \ »«.w a«d v«lw^.-f-eutun* Im-e b«u In. I the liall Monn of Monday laat which than any other day, and they ahaaf* bite the beat when on the table. OVtt IJETTEB WK1TJEB8^- Mi*.-|.*i«!;aM ).€! UV Tin- fkiwalitto t.' >>«i' v}lL-»e>R reader* | ;.«^-rt««S ^rf( •MI xi : » « fWr* »-,«•*• i'a«*nr<# *.* **j^d «w« •<«' t.te j **** t^nnow. *>f fhateaugay Aradnny i* •s»i»sn4 r««r.j ^||,*| v, ?b<. JK^S** c*f lb*- anoual whm.il m«*t!ntr in (hi* issw Tbe'-armmnt «<* l.w r.i'rfAj ' Ms* - A«ni' : hotikf- SR Fort (V>vjnjft<(» on Saturday.\ I Mi%« Maggie Imffin .u-^mipaaled her. > and wiU remain hr ! M.i*«t Mary Bum- K>{«<!*ti!4.»tirK wi^src *iic- will »* t wx « I »*«jtjpi« «..f wtvks. Fmisi Uwri' tim wiii, , «,. tx., < \k\<-. t &. t> >\U:X n-:ii?:v<-> ;tj:«l take : in tiw World'* Fair Mr and Mrs IS H t*hai<man and MA. ' . llalwy n'tiirtv! tr m tii«>ir vcMrj! irip |la»4 Friday IV'>i»j*-s ;>t;<-ndi;ttf tut- . W«irid'«- i'.iJT', Si.-,!, 1 w-'ici *i'. -t*-i~ I.,, ; MlftR'vi.ta awl Htkot.i. itri\! rftunn^ j wtwll pit-wm*! with their two month'* trip —A yuunjj feojj of John Selkirk of Btirki\ had ijuit« a nsrw* «*sca}}e during tr>\xiu«x*l into thv courw of study. r»;;nsi;j flu: <^ofiitng t^-bool year »«• be- speak for tin* whool anil its teachers tbr hearty «tt«>n-Kt awi cn-oppratkm of the poop!)* .,jf t liat^augay. J>j«ti*i Kurtitrii-w In frxakltn <-»«ttity, *Ttm ih^imm-tsi oCagrii-ttlturt\ f-f New ;-4<ii;i.«i-t* .1 V* ffl! SV.e;jr,t; t^n.naj-o <«ii;u4S4r»-' \** »*» . , •<> *!#' rs«* »«» . .- , .:. . 15\*« . ' . '}»*»> 4-.--- Ti*»t - .,.:.***»« '^t»«><>it9 Tbnoww'Wt U4tor*»sr •\ w*4 ttwwrwt ; **\ mV s l !« iwir»««A(»n- p* • t*M k 1*0*'*\\ \* *'***\ jBjfkml t*3HS*tiJss; ttw MAOO) twimm ii} v^Onr **t I fc* iwunt> orKtHxan^.f. jf»rt «r«s*nB»iTVrtr iuial Sctool ElectioE. >*«*«iwTlMCMaitar wte be bf*llaOaat- *>«\* n*ti (m »xi«)«i«y. itw aw day <«f aac who*-\! pnrpriMs fur tfc<* |r»«nitsif >I-«T i* fix«d nt 1^.4011 wlisi-Js i* '•a^ligiit iwjn-Aw uxcr IDS%-y%ir\»esti :mau». bwt in^vanurba^lbe extra aiu'onns 1 fa iw hr- wtswl f«r addition* to tb*> srh>~«»3 —Th.' <-i»«*ui Tatos to .St. Albans tt»- | day. piSLBTiniaSO' to St Ann*-'*, ivxt W- \ n*^ttiy, and *»xcur«ion- to Mtxidsijuul 3*ark ni-st Fil-.iiV NIJ^II*! Vf»»p >>ttr t*-»- p?«.> iv*-!i »;:j-j.Ht ^ v't^ ' ::\•; .- . > i i\. \ mi* tb«. r<--:n'!,s;- • .-•*. York'lja« t-stvtitly IwsafiJ a paniphJet. (\»r»t«ij:i:j^ xiihltf-, »howing tins iumilx?r j of biitrer and rh«»« fartorie*- in'each county., with t!«ir products. In 13 of \ the #<* c*»i.mti*»« there to no butter or j 'chiH-*» nia«ttfacrure«l Sn ftirtories. wbilo f -»*,,..-.o,,.. r <« '.;, v< . aji a^prri'jrskSt 1 of25i; ^ I-..T\;u-r f,i«-t'-ri>,r*. ' l.t.V» cbeesv factorii-w _' ;,.;..; ih- ;av;.-i-;-;i-? which make bath but- \ Vvwy.had ni«>o*\ of iw! b. reporU'td [ u^r and -raws*?- The «»tire butter, pro- j fit cannot hardly be rtaSmwl an Inrreaw ; just v»wt*W<» of the rnrparation hmita «n 1 duct of thus*- fact<jris» j* 1».4U7.«W7 1 \ af the district will reMre v.*i?u«* recei v J the mad to Cfcataaugay .Lafcp. A num- ^ pounds Thf> iijrures tnr Franklin conn-1 jwifor <»vcrj' <*nt «*p^nd<»d,. At ihis .Ijcrof pis.nlojniwidiug in tl«« .vinh part ityaro.'is follow^: •' •*' I [meeting it will aim* l>c voted b> ralae j of the' town who ltav<s occasion t o we! »:. ^ •>; '*^- » tbe sum of 8LW« for the purpoae of j this highway have signified their mil- ( \\ b«tinj{ and v«intiMtng the school build iMngiM^w fe> rtirn out with teams and'! Itsg. Of' the latter question we Khali i «shore!ere and pni fa * «*y fixing wp I 1 *peak more at letigth in oar next i«mfe J this bad spot. There arc plenty of i 1 t^ ' others who would lx^ equal) v l^ncntied ! -^ Ail arrangement* tor the grand jal j hy ^^^ nkad( l wlw AnaW ^ tora ^^ j 'tmc«i»li«3a!»TrttVESTHATT1tKAS l*f rtroil «* to J|»^ M ^J^ Ans !^ and if there are any such they are ; |w ^ M.^c^ttsiKum jfUSEboo* Wfl-J^'L'ilf I Beaapre on Weaneaday next bare been j Qu^ed to hand ,their names to M, 1 B. oompleted. and promise* to be onislof the j pjjberte who ^ endeavor to get a| beat ewr neki Thow from t^ 1*M»igoffldent force together on the 8thof| wtB leave on the morning mall at 8.4-1, | Aa|fngt to pmiMs g^ ot roai l lt , ] going to Malone where they wUl lake j condition. at. t«r itm jatrpoop'or*fecta«t»ir«*We t« vac- M wwiw«a |«. t'wtttn*. wbota twite th*n *x- rro tv.)i»^wtii *t Jto'tioe*. oooa. JOHS RV0VSK.CVt1(. ** w»H tent r a* B«W t'qu'MJ tENntnl<Hl«ifadKn V«* t*» • *«rwiwnt» Ot. V.) i20 REWARD! ,-rtr tae prWtaat wW cusfrvlct tlw parth* :n t>r«itii> .town and <H**niy«l Hm *b*a> lrw» 'Atwrwi OcnwiSrtT Aw » «e r»T»«-nS fnr «<ofaar wr«on taaiaa v**e» «• aowej* A. I». WOOKBOWlUt Tf«rn HSlmofti. . Bamtay---- Itnudan Burke CtuMwwuaor. tX*l«*t)K? . fatiUnam... I. 1 j ..I a ..4 ..< ».s ft. (WtagwB.e— Makme..,... Jffxlra., .-j ,-6 ' .,! I r 1 j i t —. ^i Ea«i il *i »M.tT4 W.OT0 arjay 14S.SKI a».oa S4.D55 jru.*»i 13.128 Ul.ft** *Uil»» sr.tsp *5 i! I! TTJMO M.0W «>.*« ——~ Total « » i.6«a.a>i «c,9ss 4QU PRINTING. \«• RECORD OFFICE _'\U fully c«4atppt.<d fordoing 411- dlasses of Work. .tirour Pries* are Low,.jj!3 the new St Lawrence A Adirondack Railroad, crowdng the grand new St | —Thoroa* O&ntwell. attorney, of Ma j Lawrence river bridge at Ootoati, and lows, has been appointed by Comptroller! It wU j notgHrprtge nay onejiOU Ban taking the magnificent Kteamer \Xtmee j Campbell to examine the fcmst funds L^, g^n^ ; flrs t m the list, but It is a River* •* Thta trip afford* it View of the j deposited with County Treasurer O'Neil 8i;r p ris!e thatkoira ranlra aecond. St Lawrence, Valley, and other tetereat. by order of tbe oonrt Such examma A ^j^y ot ^ table* in the way of lug scenery Including the Victoria Tub tlon of the books of every treasarat in <x »jp arm| j tlw counttea wfth each other ular bridge at Montreal, which is crowed the «ate is required by law to be made J tjrfngs oot reany interesting facts. The en rout* On the return Journey the once a year. Previous examinations of j flrgt ^^ m<M ^m m is th e dispropor- steanwrwUl leave St. Aonede BeauprelMr. O^eUa booka have gained for bjinj^i^ 4^4^ ma^tectare-of^Gbeeae-whlct at l» p. m. . the same day, Thursday. ] a t Albany the rejmtation of ket?pi«g m j (Ya nklin ^^^ t <i the rest of the State— topping at the hlatoric city of Quebec, accurate and perf<*t a «et of hook* as <>ur rank Mng twent y. tn | r 4 among the where ample time may be bad to rlnit are t o be found in the state. We »n -j wuntios !n t ^ P quantity of thte prodttc^. .... .,,. ,., tbe Basinca. Plain* of Abraham. Cape deretond that the appointment comes to I ln tatt< , r hnwre r,'onl y St. IawwncelJ 6 'Jf^f «Jf ^MZ**, Diamond, thf* place where Montgomery t Mr. Cantweil without even an appfica j ^ Chautauqua mak\more in. factories * ° ° \ \\\ ~ *\\' fell, and other pointa of interest, Be | tlon ktving been iiwJe to secure it. Tiie j„..„ „,„ A ^ _t><.n^5„A, < tween Qtw*ec and St. Anne de Beaupre, compensation allowml for th<- servi,-e in I than we do — Palladium.' 1 volved I* extremeiy lib'ral eminidering toe time it refiuires. Mr. CAnt«eii is j —It is report^ that an effort is being i excellently qualifw*! by training and by j made to have the 33th Separate Military _ _____ ' natanJ abilities for the duties of UK> ; company of Ogdensburg. the 27th of The fare fw'the r^und trip is\«.» porftloii. and we congratulat\ biro upon-Malone and tbe89th of Watertown to which bowrrer, doe* m* include state i the compUmcnt of hto selection for it- 1 join issue* and charter a ateamer for a room on <*t**m>r Tbe price of state I the more marked because it cottia* un ]trip to the CohimbtoB Expoaition at a magnificent view of the Falls of Mont morency is- bad from the steamer. Leav ing d^ttebefat 5 ,p m. tbe steamer ar- rive*, im MonttreaS the next morning. worked considerable mischief with crops- iu the southern psirt of tJie town. ili» Wit-, in the lieid at the time near a tree which the vriml upixs.>t«d, and as it Ml upon tbe spot wln»re h<; stood hi in some mysterious matiner tbe boy was ca.ijfht between the branches vml left b-idh- fri^htcntnl but anhttrt. —It is reniariv<-t by t'ie_Ncw York Sun Uiat t h*' picture* nfH-omjmnyirjg patent raedicit..< .-^vertiseiB«Bi»''*ow that the remHy lms some subtile influence on cli>tbes -liefore raffing\ the patient fe not only haggard and distressed, but his shirt js rumpled, hi? collar wilted, his coat shabby and bad-nttiiig. his hair un- c-tmbrd. \After 'taking\ his shirt and collnr'are freshly laundrif 4, his coat sets snugiy on life rounded form.* he has ac- quired a diamond stud ami his hair is not only combed but curled. —Malone Palladium: Ex-Postmaster L. L Sayies. of Malone. received notice on Tuesday last ftom (M<fagc^that ; upon the rierom^tidatiQU of uov. Flower he had been appointed a member of the advisory council on farm culture and cereal industry of Hie world's congress auxiliary i s connection with the Colum- bian exposition. This congress will convene Oct 1*. Mr. Rayles was active in collecting farm productein Eranklin county to be sent to the world's fair for exhibition, and this appointment i s a proper recognition of hut zeal and effort in that direction. —One of \<tfde*t inhabitant\ gives the following method of fortellingthe weath er. The experiment should be tried with a cnpWc|eait coffee and a r ,lum», |$T sugar. ' The su^p- s?io|ld be droppaa h|- to the coffee, im|<^ ^arricg nient_t.heair rohtluncd tn i_te sugar will Qlentrarcli Centre. Mrs. O. C. Baker of Morrisonvflto fes visiting friends hera. William Dei-gate came home trona A usable Chasm to spend Sunday with- bis family. Vincent Paukett has moved away. Will Boswortfa of Mooere spent Son- day with frienda here. Albert Sharron and wife of Platte- burg spent Sunday with frienda here. Mrs, J. B. Cote is borne from aer visit to Pennsyivania. Miss Josie Lyman of Waterbury. Conn., is visiting at George Dailyi. and traveling around here on her bicycle. There will be a lawn party on tike M. E. church grounds Wednesday evening. Aug. % Ice cream and cake will be- aervwl. If the weather is unfavorable the Town Hall will be used. The pro- ceeds will go toward needed repair* ot> toe church. All are cordially invited. The Misses Bedlker of Mooers are here- visiting their sister, Mrs, Charles Kim- ball. Jr. Thai-en* corners, Peter Lewis claims to be tbe champio-. fisherman of this locality, and to sub- stantiate his claim exhibited a beautiful freckled treat weighing one and one- half pounds which he caught in Chat eangay river on Monday- rise to the surface in the shape of blea, and* titese bubbles are excellent weather indications, i f t*t# collect in forming a ling^oC bubbles, with! a clear space in the ceiter, take your umbrella, for rain is at sand, while, if thoy do room* are placed at tl *4. and >» I sought —Pafladi n m j Chicago and return. scatter irregularly^ variable Weather is indicated. Just what !s the scientific ex pianation of the action of the atmos phere on the buob|es is oot stated, but that their indlcattora curiously agree Merrill. Lee Stone left for St Albans, Vt.. __st week where he expectato build a Ibettie. for Mr. Jones of that place. Tfce Adlrondac-S . The work \Adlrondack*\is derfvect from the Indian Ha-de-ron dack Jfmean- ing wood eaters.) and apfneddtt d«rtKk>_ to tbe reninant of a oasce poveitul ttfbe' - of A%enqiilns, who we» defeated in warby the Iroquois, and forced to seek refuge in the New York wilderness, liv- ing for weeks upon the bark and rao_? of trees, and finally ending their exftt- enos hem The name was first give*, fc* the several ranges of mountolns ami\ flnalry adopted for thewildenie«Mw^jL. The mam Adlrondacks is applied to tiie greater part of that, portion of the State which would be included in a circie cen- tering at t-mgura^ea-rternwniCTofpain- , aton Co., talbng in the whole of tha&? mty, jwdputrtious of Herkimer- Lfiwia^ I^Ttnre, Fi>_t__dl_, OJ**^ 1 .j^|kt%.. ,«#tfe»*,, z*mV section dacks covers a much greater area, the Adirondackplateau or mountaM regioa wmefem^xm^ae^i <rt0te'jmt*% 7W •§tpm^mm- &tt**m&$&™®to* 'if, -adversely,,they adhere to toe sid^ 1^ aiotft^O*! feet abov. tiw teval of the Ua. and Is traversed by five dtetinctr fflfeuntain ranges, with well defined' in-. tervenfng 7 valleys Over tlurteen hun- neither one thing mm the other, bate 4geil,(4,3501ft said to be the actual auni- witfe those of a barometer has been tested I bet tier) Ikkea and mountain ponds are scattered throughout its area, white- from Its'oentral watershed twest^rivef-C diverge i^eve-yttireetien, and staaiMr ettrea-nsare here almost without mux.

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