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FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1901.] THE PLATTSBTJEGH SEOTIXEL. AMERICAN HORSE WONjTO BAR CONSUMPTIVES jANWER TO COMPLAINTS) ,-•«* I —The Epworth League Social held I June 1st nested $19.00. Too much . I I J praise cannot be given Mrs. Allen William C. Whitney's Volody-1 No_ More Immigrants jVithjm the Suit of the Platts-I^^^^ 1 ^^^ °^ e I —'Mrs. George Lashway returned last night from a week's visit [ friends in Dannemora. voski First in English Derby — Backed by U. S. Contingent. Tuberculosis to Be Re- ceived—Disease De- clared Contagious. burgh Paper Mill & Bag Company Against the Village AT CLI! ' IIAVEW London, June 5—'Derby day was ushered in by brilLiant sunshine. Fash- ionable London was astir early and be- fore noon the exodus to Epson:, where the great English race was to be de- New York, June 5—The order of Su- perintendent of Immigration T. V. Powderly, received yesterday by Thom- ii f i i Corporation C Wednesda -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coolaw th i and Mrs. Wm. Dubray, Mr. and M: ^ohn Bailey, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas nsel J. B. Riley onJGilmett, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Del- i week caused to be ,' core leave today for a few days' outing ew« and Gossip Pertaining: to the Coming Session of Summer School. One of the busiest spots in Northern ew York at -the present time is the •^th i S\ 1 \ 01111 ^ 9 °- tli e Catholic Summer j School at Cliff Haven, where over 1S-J Mr. [men as Fitchie, the commissioner of immi- '• served upo jration for this port, that tuberculosis j Mill & Ba the great English race was to be de-^ f ' the lungs Vto be considered a dan- r! \ ? \\\ ^ \^ —-p - — cided, was in full swing. The Amen-, „__„„ rn ,; ta(Hm K ^J™^ jc , PYT , Pf . tP(d la ? e m tn e sui t Drought to reci can contingent left early. Northum- j Tre^u\?Tlarge Sea^TtS ^.737.40 for alleged damages and wned toerland avenue, where many promi- nent Americans -are stopping, was fill- ed with coaches taking ouit gay parties. Among the Americans who took out parties were Senator Wolco-tt, of Colo- rado, Elliot F. Danforth, of Xew York, John P. Morgan, the great financier; Cornelius N. Bliss, former Vice-Presi- dent Levi P. Morton, and others equal- ly as well known. Most of the America: ' ' went on Volodyovski. < 0. Whitney and ridd Reiff. Voldoyovski wa; vorite beore the race. Johnny Reiff, on'sir R. W. Griffith's Veles; Danny Maher, on P. Lorillard's ! Tantallus; \Ske-ets\ Martin on Sir E. j Cassafs Handicapper, and Clem Jen-k- j ins,-on W;m, G. Singer's Clauquer. i Before the race many persons fan- cied Handicapper, against ' of 10 to 1 were placed. Sev sporting papers thought w • Wm. by Lester a prime fa- L the Plattsburgh Paper , at ^umaaore. Co the answer nf the vil —Sydney Thomas spent Friday and to. the answer of the vil- I Saturda y a t Sarana c Lake an( f y Lake :over ( Placid. —Miss Bertha Tucker, of Saranac, penses incurred in repairing the Bridge street flume. The answer in full is as follows: The defendant for answer to the complaint of the plaintiff herein. First—Denies, upon information and •f. that the artificial flume describ- bel number of immigrants admitted to this country. JiGi'GtoforG irnLnis^rcLiits factv— ing tuberculosis of the lungs have been admitted unless the disease was in an advanced stage. When they were deported it was be- cause they were apt to 'become public charges, the contagious nature of the disease not being considered. The new ruling makes the deportation of'plaint herein was in existence and all immigrants having tuberculosis of - used as such prior to the laying out the lungs compulsory. It will necessi- of the streets ci-ossing the line of tate a more strict examination of the ' said fl disease by the surgeons at Ellis Is- land, and the steamship companies ' swering said complaint, denies that the 11 have to make examinations in -town of Plattsburgh laid out highways opting steerage pas-; or streets on the sites of Bridge and | was the guest of Mr. and\ Mrs. Roy g Miller a f ' days last week. —Mr. Clinton Wilson and Miss Nora Winch were united in marriage at the 1 —ie of the bride's parents June 2d, ^ho: i by Rev. L. W. Ward.' ! —Mr. Allen Thomas and daughter, ed in the third paragraph of the com- lit hi i it d .', and Miss Ruth Ormsbee, spent Decoration Day in Saranac. —Mr. Stephen Rollio visited friends in Dannemora recently. —Mrs. W. E. McWhortor, of Lake Placid, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. L. Bull, Friday and Saturd; Second—The defendant further an- | __ Dr w tain, made ^ OLiC ets on the'sites of Bridge and | ^^ff^ 7 an d Mr g B M Wr . The crusade against spitting in pub-' wfSont^obtaining T^ighf\ of wTy I ^ests^Mr^nJi W^^V^i ^ c conveyances and waiting rooms in thereover, or that said town of Platts- I gU ~ Of Mr '- an d Mrs ' W ' T ' ^son. occasioned the issuance of j burgh constructed a bridge or coverin,' [ Europe before F. Brown, \of Lyon Moun- L professional call in town W. T. Wilson. —George Morgan visited friends in ittbh Md the order. The surgeons at Ellis Is- i over said flume and agreed to maintain \^\ °^f \ land had''followed with\ great Interest! th erg e Morgan visited friends in Pittsburgh Monday and Tuesday of ral of the same. able winner. Foxhali Keene's Olympian led until a Quarter of a mile from home, when Volodyovski drew to the front, follow- ed by William III. and Veronese, and won iby three-auarters of a length. Four lengths separated second and third horses. Floriform was fourth. The betting was 5 to 2 against Vo- lodyovski; 100 'to 7 against William III., and 40 to 1 against Veronese. WEDDED AT WASHINGTON. Marriage of Daughter of Admiral Hich- born to James G. Blaine, Jr. Washing-ton. June 4—Under a wed- ding bell of Margaruites, Miss Martha Hichborn, daughter of Rear Admiral Philip Hichborn, and James G. Blaine, son of the illustrious statesman of that name, were married at noon today at the dtecussion among medical men as | Third—.The defendant further an- to whether tuberculosis of the lungs swering said complaint, denies that in was contagious, and when the city • the year 1900, through the fault or government took its positive stand on < negligence of the defendant, the said the subject they felt that the national flume was out of repair, and that a government should make its position portion of the same gave way, and that known. j the plaintiff requested the defendant The Marine Hospital, through Su- to remove the debris from said flume. perintendent Powderly, was accord-1 Fourth—The defendant further an- ingly, about two months ago, asked if, swering said complaint, alleges that tuberculosis of the lungs was to be | it requested the plaintiff immediately classed as a contagious disease. The I after the break in the covering of said ruling made then was that the disease i flume to recover the same so that the -as considered a chronic contagious j public might pass over the same. Fifth—The defendant further an- swering said complaint, alleges that diitoh mentioned disease. The ruling was unsatisfactory, as if immigrants were deported under it the artificial flui contests might follow. The law says in the complaint herein was construct- that an immigrant is to be deported ed across said Charlotte and Bridge '\--\••• - - J streets by the plaintiff's grantors about the year 1800, for the purpose of con- at an g p ho suffers from a \loathsome or dan- gerous contagious disease.\ Under the ruling, immigrants who had tuber- culosis o<f the lungs had to be barred as likely to become public dharges. Many immigrants were so barred, and though no contests resulted it was felt •that a more explicit ruling should be in aide. 40, the residence of the Dride's \parents\ I Commissioner Fitchie asked for on N street, near Scott Circle. \ noAifi \ «*°*^™.~n+ O^A -roo+orrfs The ceremony was performed by Dr. Radcliffe, pastor of the New York Avenue Presbyterian church, and the •••_. wedding march was played by Walter i vDamrosch, brother-in-law of Mr. CBlaiine. The groom received his bride from her father. She was gowned in cream lace and carried a huge bunch of violets. Only the immediate relatives of the couple were present, the bride having no attendants. A wedding breaurast followed the ceremony, after which IMr. and Mrs. Blaine took the train for 1 •lew York, whence they will sail for #j2urope. The bride is 24 years of age and has afor seven years been considered the ~. beauty of Washington society. The 4 groom is 22. The couple will make '*• their home in New York, where Mr. Blaine has a position on the repor- torial staff of the Tribune. The gifts were largely of silver and were both ornate and numerous. Her mother's contribution was an elaborate set of (household linen. Admiral Hichborn gave her a check of generous proper- A YEAR FOR BARNES. Cattie Buyer Sentenced to State's Pris- on for Forging Checks. .Burlington, Vt., June 6—Waldo E. Barnes, of Providence, R. I., who has been ( in jail here for several days, charged with forging checks in pay- ment for cattle bought in this county last spring, was sentenced yesterday by Judge Hawkins to serve not less than one year nor more than 15 months in the State's prison. Barnes was brought 'before Judge Hawkins in the morning, when a hearing was held and Barnes- held for county court. The witnesses present were Willis Bates, C. V. Richardson, Arthur Good- rich, Eugene Wright, Julius Wright, Edgar Holmes and I. N. Chase. These were men upon whom checks weTe forged by Barnes. Mrs. Burlingham, the woman who has (been in. this city negotiating for Barnes' release, has effected a settlement of the claims against Barnes in this section. This cost about $190. There are still claims in Grand Isde to be adjusted. The charge under which Barnes was arraigned was that of using a false token upon C. V. Richardson in the amount of §35. This was paid for one cow. Barnes will he taken to Wind- sor today and Mrs. Burlingham and a lad of a dozen Barn more specific statement, and yesterday received a letter from Superintendent Powderly, which said: \Your letter was referred to the su- pervising surgeon-general, Marine Hospdital service, and was returned by him with the following endorsement, 'Respectfully returned to the commis- sioner-general of immigration, treas- ury department, Washington, D. C, with the statement that tuberculosis of the lungs is now considered a dan- gemus contagious disease.' The offi- cers under your jurisdiction should be informed as to this opinion, for their guidance in considering the admissi- bility of aliens under section 1 of the act approved March 3, 1891.\ This is the act barring aliens hav- ing loathsome or dangerous contagious Commissioner Fitonie said yester- day that the steamship companies would be informed ot! the ruling and that it would take effect at once. CHAMPLAIN. June 6— Mr. Edgar Lavine, of Point au Roche, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gettys over Sunday. —Ralph Douglass is making exten- sive repairs on his house. —Miss Jessie Chapin, of Malone, is visiting at Doctor Hackett ifalmsily. —Ralph Douglass has 'launched his steam Yacht \teggy.\ —Mrs. H. S. Miillitte has returned from a visit in Plattsburgh. —Rev. Fraser's little daughter Is dangerously ill with pneumonia, —.Noah Globe 'has moved into her new house on the corner of Main and Peru street. —Thomas Dickinson was in Burling- ton Tuesday. —Joseph Guertin, of this village, is reported dangerously ill in one of the .Montreal hospitals. Mr. Guertin was y , ppos e of con necting the mill mentioned in the complaint herein with the mill pond and supplying said mill with water power. Tnat at the time of the con- struction of said flume the plaintiff's grantors covered the same and has ever since maintained the covering over the same, and the town of Platts- burgh and the defendant\ has ever since used the covering of the same as a part of the public highways of said town and village. Sis'th—The defendant for a counter- claim to the cause of action set forth in the complaint herein, alleges that in the year of 189'9 the plaintiff wrong- fully and negligently caused the lower end of said flume to ibe deepened sev- eral feet. That in consequence of such deepening at the place named the water flowing through said flume un- dermined the walls of the same, di- rectly above the portion so deepened and thereby caused said walls to fall with the covering of the same, and that soletly through the negligence of the plaintiff herein and without fault or negligence on the part of the de- fendant >-^e walls of said flume and the covering of the same were caused to fall in and gave way and the cov- ering of the same fell into the flume, thereby obstructing said Bridge street and preventing the passage of the pub- lic over the same. That the defendant requested said pMntiff ito repair the covering of said ditch and provide a passage over the same. That it ne- glected and failed to cover the same, but on toe contrary it removed the covering from the portion of said ditch not affected 'by the break here- inabove mentioned, the whole width of Bridge street, and aJlowed the same to remain uncovered for several months, thereby obstructing the pass- age of the public over said street dur- ing such period, to the damage of the defendant in the sum of five thousand lollars. Seventh—The defendant, for a sec- ond and other counter-claim to the cause of action set forth in the com- plaint herein, alleges that the right of way owned by the plaintiff in said ditch across said street is eighteen ft id Tht the litiff di th —Mr. Albert Bull, of tain, called on friends in —Mr. Jule McDowell, Miller, Mr. Henry Tucker and Mr. Hiram Robinson spent Sunday at their respective homes. —Dr. A. M. Larkin was called to I West Chazy Monday by the serious I illness of his father. —Miss Phebe Wells, of Willsboro, gave an interesting talk at the M. E. church Sunday on missionary work In China. —iMr. Asa Stiles, representing Childs & Byrnes, of Pittsburgh, did busi- ness in town several days last week. June 6—-Mrs. L. Finn, of'Plattsbungh, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Ostrander. —Miss J, Frances Murdock returned here Monday after a few days visit at her home, in Port Henry. s gtee n wide. That th plaintiff during . the,re last Monday. | feet —Joseph Allard, Jr., and family \ th have returned from the East. j fu —Fishing is reported ibad In this j included in said artificial flume a strip ng to nets across the river j of land about eight feet wide outside [the lines of said ditch across said i are engaged in preparing the grounds and buildings for the opening of the annual session on July 7. Among the new cottages nearing completion is that of Mrs. K. M. Twomey. of Xew York. The dimen- sions of the cottage Eire 96x56. and it is tlhree stories in height. Graceful French windows open on the spacious porch, built in the attractive colonial style. On the first floor, besides sev- eral sleeping rooms, are the parlor, reading and dining rooms. Wide stair- ways lead to twenty-one sleeping rooms on the second and third floors. The house will be furnace heated and lighted by electricity.with open plumb- ing an a deep cellar. The Twomey cottage will be one of the finest on the grounds. The \Valcoair.\ Rev. Father Reach's new cottage, located on the south side of the park, in front cf the Champlain Club annex, is also well under way. It is 42 feet vide and 60 feet deep. The first floor has a reception hall which is 12 by 32 feet, and dining an; sitting rooms which are both of good s-izp. with the kitchen, etc.. behind. The second floor has eight bedrooms, with ample closet space, all thorough- Lyon Motrn- ]y we H ventilated and supplied with Down Sunday. . handsome furniture. The baths, four ,*}?! ' i n number. a.re placed in a well venti- lated extension at the rear of the sec- ond floor. A feature of this co*tn?e which distinguishes it from others at the Sumn'er School is that tn? up- P<=r part nf the house extends ov°r T he fron^an' 1 side porches. The porches are *rn feet deep. The body of the Valcour will he stained brewn, roof ^rrcen, the windows, etc., w with the shutters an olive err<=cn: \nd as it is well situated o plot, and surrounded therefore by wide lawns, it is expected that the effect produced will be pretty and pleasant. D. J. Callanan, who has the contract for all the cottages now under yeste'rd.'ay closed a contract for the erection of the Albany Cottaige. which is being erected on a site on the lake TO THE WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES. —H. M. Mott, of Norfolk, Va., called on friends in town last week. —M.. V. Bates and Augustin Ostran- der transacted .business in Plattsburgh Monday. —Gilbert Broad well and son Harry, of Cherubusco, visited friends in t!Ms place Sunday. —Wm. Parris has 'moved into the house, recently occupied by Ed. St. Germain. —Mrs. H. M. Ostrander and Miss Mildred iMeader vMted Pltats burgh, Tuesday. —Mr. M. <Broga, of Westfleld, Mass., called on our merchants here last week. —iMrs. Ed. Baker and daughter Hazel left Tuesday for Vermont, where they will visit friends and relatives. —L. M. Clark, of Pittsfield transact- ed business in town Tuesday. —Among the out of town guests tihat visited here Sundary were Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Ostrander, Frank <R<ugar and wife, Chas. Riley and wiife. iMiss M. Hlarvey, Plaittstburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riley, Malone and Mr, and Mrs. G-eo (Mcln- ('HERrBISfO. June 6.—The U. S. Gov. Post Office inspector called on our postmaster last week. He found every thing in good shape. —:Miiss B. Mellon, of Bllenburg De- pot, was the guest of Mrs. B. W. Lord last Wednesday. —Miss M. Peryea, of Ellenburg Cenrtre, visited her sister, Mrs. B. W. Lord last week. —R. ,Looby and wife, of Alton a, were in town last week. —Wm. Looby and Miss A. McDonald two of our towns most popular young people were marrie'd last .week Wed- nesday. They left for St Albans, Montreal and St. 'Andrews, Ont., on their wedding trip. They have the good wishes of the community. We join in <and wish them imuch joy and happiness. !apt Sampico gave our town a tu« >«a.ri90o\wrongftniT J and unlaw* shoi t visi t las t week - fully appropriated to its own uss and ™,\7£f?1 .'^ 1 IIi f k l. V i site d ivienii near the mouth. —The Ohamplain Gun Club had a meeting Tuesday evening. Prof. A very and H. S, MHliette were elect- ed members. —Thirteen tickets streets, to its damage in the sum of five thousand dollar! Eighth—The defendant for a third and other counter-claim to the cause it this I of action set forth in the complaint station Wednesday, for Ringling cir- J herein^ alleges, that the plaintiff Champlain last we8k. in —Over 19 tons of creamery butter were shipped (from this station duning •the month of May. We also under- stand tihat about 135 oars of potatoes were shipped from here during last fall and winter. This represents about 67.500 bushels-and the farmers receiv- ed about $25,000 for the crop. —Mrs. C Samiple, of Mooers, visited at Malone. wrongfully and unlawfully and with-' —Henry Hicks' little girl died Tues- 1 out the consent of the defendant deep- j her parents Sunday. day afternoon. ;ened said 'ditch several feet and in sol —Miss F. M. Batchelder, di h ' ; t nd n so arrived j doing cut the sewers of the defendant gh Depot,, wass thee guestt off Mi draining Charlotte and Bridge streets J Lapham Wednesday of 'last week. burg Depot wa th gues o Miss L. Lh Wdd f —Miss Frieda Alexander from Xew York Wednesday and _ . .. . ._ ... mother, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Alexander. I whereby the defendant was put to ; Depot, ga —Mrs. Henry C. ;N. Gainerich, of' great expense in providing drainage; day. He has a Universal Bicycle •emain with her father and j and adjacent territory in said village, j —G. r and Mrs Otto Alexander I whereby the defendant was put to j Depot S. Batchelder. •usr town ; of Ellenburgh short call Sun- New York, is Visiting the Tamilies of ; for said_ territory, to-wit: t h g Mr. Alexander and Mr. Tiedman. —The following were \registered at H thi k T E. J. Ruggles, Boston; E. F .Lansing, Syracuse; S. F. Eastman. Fulton; C. A. Gates, Boston; M. Grady, Troy; J. R. Donovan, Ogdensburg; S. R. Pot- Chicago; R. G. Curtis, Mooers; Bil W W G y, twenty-five hundred dollars. Wherefore, The defendant demand .nlawfully appropriated by it as above. set forth, and that it be required to j tO i refill said ditch to its proper level so | that the drainage of said streets may | ; it had been prior to the j g; ; J. N. Rosemari, Bristol; W. W. Gough, i unlawful widening and excavation and! Barnes' oldest son. years, will go ti . . , - _ married his wife when she was but 15 I the Champlain House this week: T. , judgment that the plaintiff be required and they have six children. He is a j B. Ryan, Seneca Falls; M. E. Bellin-; to remove its said ditch from-that por- cattle ibuyer and had a small amount j ger, New York; F. J. Riley, Malone; jtion of said streets wrongfully and of money in the Union Market Nation- ' ~ al Bank of Watertown. Mass., upon which he drew the checks. Barnes was brought here from Plattsburgh on a reauisition. where he was held for crimes similar to that for which . ... ...., ^ , , _ . . ., he was sentenced. Mrs. Burlingham I Albany; Hugh Holahan, Troy; H. A. deepening of the same as above set j will try to get a pardon for Barnes. -Stearns. New York. j forth, and that the defendant recover of the plaintiff the sum of twelve thousand five hundred dollars, besides the costs of this action. JOHN B. RILEY, Attorney for Defendant. Office and Postoffice Address, Plattsburgh. New York. STATE OF NEW YORK—County of Clinton, ss.: Andrew Williams, being duly sworn, says: that he is the president of the defendant in the above entitled action; that he has heard read the foregoing answer and knows the contents there- sum ofjtachment and came up by rail 1 minutes. —School closed Friday. —J. F. Finnegan our popular school master has left for his home at Ma- lone. front, between the Champlain Club and the Brooklyn Cottage, will cost albout S8.000. and will be readfy for oc- cupancy before July 7th, the date upon whiirfii the school opens. Mrs. Jones and family, of New York, have leased the Manhattan cottage and wi'.l I take possession of it next Wed- nesday. They will probably be the first summer schoolers on the grounds, hut they will be closely followed. George O'Connelfl and family, of New York, wiill again occupy the Vermont cottage for tlhe season. J. J. Malloy and family, of Montreal, have leased Uhe cottage west of the dining hall for the season. They will take possession of i t about July 1st. Conde B. Pallon, of St. Louis, is ne- gotiating for the use of the Valcour •ottage nuimbe for the coming session. The of persons in attendance at this year's session promises to be greatly in excess of that of any pre- vious year. The College Camp, under the direc- tion of tflie Rev. John Talhot Smith, wdfll pitch their tents on the Summer School grounds on Monday, July 1st. The camp will be much larger than in former years. The management of the school have arranged with Greene's orchestra of Charleston, Mass., to furnish music for all social events on the grounds throughout the session. The orches- tra is one of the (best in Massachusetts, and will add not a little to the pleas- ures of t!he school. The annual excursion from New York for the opening of the session will be held this year as usual, under the direction of D. J. O'Conor. Tickets for the excursion, including fare, sleep- er, one week's board and lodging, and admission to all lectures, hops, enter- tainments, excursions, etc., $31. For those who cannot conveniently ke the excursion train at New York, d ho canno take the excursion train th the committee will be pleased to fur- nisfh tickets giving all accommodations and privileges, except railroad fares, for $19. Excursionists will leave Pier 32 (new), foot of Canal street, N. R., by steamer Dean Richmond, Saturday, July 6, 6 p. m. Sunday, July 7th, at 7 a. m., Mas* aboard steamer. Special train from Albany, tfhrough kindness of Mr. J, W. Burd'ick, arriv- ing at Cliff Haven at 2 p. m. Returning, leave Cliff Haven, Satur- day. July 13, at 1 p. m., arriving at New York, Sunday, 7 a. m. Personally Conducted Excursion. The Central Vermont railway will give a personally conducted excursion to Buffalo and return on Monday, t Monday, June 10, from all stations in Vermont nrth l Wi —Thos. B. Humphrey >rn down their old stor B. Humpnrey 'ha & Co.. house. his ; have | Meeting of 1'nion Cemetery, During the month of June, 1900, a good, substantial, ug-to-date. iron fence was erected around what is commonly known as the \Quaker Burying Ground\ in the Union in Keeseville. During the gale of Nov. 1900, a part of this fence was badly demolished by some of the large trees in the yard falling across it. and which are still -lying there. There are other old trees standing in dose proximity to the fence, and liable to fall at any time and do more damage. There are also several headstones and monu- ments blown down, and some of them broken. The limbs of trees and growing brush and grass all tend to give the yard a forlorn and dilapidated appearance. A meeting will be .held at the grounds on June 20 at 1 o'clock p. m.. to which all interested in improving the grounds Kh ladies and gentlemen—are diall ' busi: be Important -tate- A SIMMER SCHOOL. Street Sthool House. A summer school will be held at t^e Broad Street school house, July 15 to August 8, H. S. McCasland, principal, and Miss Jennie C. .Stiles, assistant. The school is he-id in the -interest of those who expect to teach and desire to review work .required for First, Second or Third Grade Certificates. Instruction will be given in subjects 6.—Owing to the constant fall for the past few week's, mak- ing the ground so wet, causing seed to rot, many farmers are obliged to re-plant. —.ilr. James Lyons has gone to Sar- anac Inn for the summer. —.Messrs. F. McDousall and Allen Wood, of Plattsbttrgh, did business in town, today. north of Windsor. The rate will be fifteen dollars, covering railroad trans- portation to Buffalo and return, sup- per and lodgdng Tuesday, June 11, breakfast, supper and lodging June 12 md 13, breakfast and supper Friday, fune 14, at Alcazar Hotel, directly op- >osite Exposition grounds. I Mr. J. E. Bentley, traveling agent, - zz a ! also Mr. B. F. Bowman, the Vermont | agent, will accompany the party and ) remain with them during their stay . ,, I in Buffalo, and return with them and ™t l | will look out for their every want. They will also be in position to fur- nish full information in regard to side-trips and various attractions in de- •ed for State Certificates, if sired by a sufficient numlber. The drawing will be taught by Miss Stiles, supervisor of drawing in the Platts- ,.: of; that the : i true of his own I ~~_; h pu p Teach n Au ri io boa ol minations will be held t 8 and 9. and thorough prep- or them will be given in a'.l subjects. Anyone wishing to should communicate with Mis ie C. Stiles.. Plattsburgh. or H. l - asland. Red-ford, in regard to d and terms of tuition. knowledge, except as to the matters j therein stated to be alleged on infor- 1 maition and belief, and that as to those matters he believes it to be true. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 5th day of May, 1901. ANDREW WILLIAMS. John E. Judge. Notary Public. —Mr. Elmer Wheeler expects to go to Plattsburgh for the summer. —R. L. Main has opened hfs card- ing mill and is how ready for work. Those who have wool to be carded will do well by leaving it at Mr. Main's. Monroe Signor and daught* p and about Buffalo. Make your plans at once to take in , this excursion which will beyond a I doubt be the cheapest and best that ' will be arranged. In order to make sure of accommodating all, send your name at once to S. W. Cummings, General Passenger Agent. St. Albans, Vt., as when 'the tickets are limited to 200. Ruth, of Lyon Mountain, left for home yesterday after a short visit with their many friends and relatives. —Miss Bertha Tucker is home from Plattsburgh and will remain at home \ Jt | —E.-J. ! of Cadyx- Dickinson and lie, visited the High falls UTAH'S GOVERNOR MARRIED. Salt Lake, Utah, June 6—The wed ding of Miss Emily Katz. formerly so ck-ty edi-tor of the Salt Lake Herald and Governor Heber M. Wells. <> Utah, took place last night at th< home of the bride's mother, in th* presence of about a hundred relative' and immediate friends. The ce.re.mon' was performed by Bishop O. F. Whit noy, in accordance with the ritual o the Mormon churoh. The ceremon; was followed by a reception. Governo and Mrs. Wells will take a six weeks bridal trip to New York, Boston Washington, Philadelphia and Buff a- J —M- lo. Plati * 'ADYVILLE. ? 6.—Notices have been poste< : a meeting at iDarraih's Hall Fri -ening for the purpose of ascer z if there is interest enough tak hold a fourth of July picnic the PUTPOSI — Ji paths P a pi t ? has opened a blacksmith shop across the bridge in the Whitney shop. Special attention given to lame horses. Work guaranteed. —A party of young people from Sar- anac and this place, visited the High >se| Falls Sunday. ;hs! —Mr. Harold Murphy is confined to ocl the house with the measles. hote l t i Ui in 1 t v.ill l e ai a rousing 4th of July —Vi 1 1 hen dan in 1 tjm h h \ o ^o ith Lawrence. Mass. H •ni an employee of the Int. Pa. Co d had many friends -in town —Mr. Ed. TJarrah is enjoying a fish- ing trip at Round Pond M Albert Everts did business i rgh Wednesday. alke-r, a prominent •er. met with a serious playing b as e ^^dl at •ration Day. R seems landing near the home opposing player ran or that he plate wl rather \ n j of h'is legs and also sprain the ankle.— [ Elizabethtown Post. In view of the great multitude of 5iVomori sn£tsriii£2j from sonio liinci 01 female disease, and yet unable to find 1 any cure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned j gynaecologist, has announced his wil- lingness to direct the treatment of as many cases as may make application to him during the summer months with- out charge. The treatment will be conducted by correspondence. The doctor will pre- scribe all medicines, applications, hy- gienic and dietary regulations neces- Bary to complete a cure. The medicines prescribed can be obtained at all drug stores. This offer will hold good only during the summer months. Any wo- man can become a regular patient by sending a written statement of her age, condition of life, history and symptoms of her derangements. All cases of female diseases, including menstraal irregularities, displacements, ulcerations, Inflammations, discharges, irritation of the ovaries, tumors and dropsy of the abdomen, should apply at DR. S. B. HARTMAN. once and become registered as regular patients. All correspondence will be held strictly confidential. No testimo- nials of cures will be given to the public except by the express wish of the patient. A3 is well known, Dr. Hartman is the President of the Hartman Sanitarium, an institution which has a department devoted exclusively to the treatment of female diseases. He 1B thus brought to see thousands of such cases every year, the most of whom return to their homes to be treated by correspondence. The principal remedy h« relies upon in such cases is Peruna, which every woman shonld have, who has any affection of this kind. Those wishing to become patients should address DR. S. B. HART- MAN, COLUMBUS OHIO. No one knows better than Dr. Hart- man how much the women suffer with diseases peculiar to their sex. No one knows better than be does how many of them suffer with such diseases. Pa- tiently, hopefully, weariiy, and often silently, they eke out a miserable exij* snee year after year. >, A woman confined to th« house »«** . ?ral years with a chronic female de- rangement had finally giren up all hope of being cured. She had trie* physician after physician, and remedy- after remedy, without any permanent improvement. Her treatment had co«t her husband, who was a poor man, I hundreds of dollars. They bad been obliged to deny themselves many com- forts of life in order to get money enough to pay the physicians. Picking up the paper one day she hap* pened to read an item which contained the news that Dr. Hartman would treat such cases free of charge by letter. She immediately wrote the doctor, describ- ing her case, and giving him all be* symptoms. She soon received a letter telling her exactly what to do and what medicines and appliances to get. She i began the treatment (theprincipalrem- edy being Peruna) at once, and in a few weeks was well and strong again and able to do her own work. Another woman who used Peruna without becoming one of Dr. Hartman's regular patients had the following ex* perience. Miss Ida Green writes from Baldwinville, Ga.: \ Peruna Is wonder- ful and good, and a certain cure for fe- j male weakness. I have been ill and I have been taking doctor's medicine fo* several years, and found that none did me any good. « E very day it was a worry. I wag always sick. J had come to the j conclusion to give up, and not aa* any more medicine. 1 was sick I indeed for the past two yean* Just before I began to take Peruna I was very weak, besides I warn bilious and constipated. \I had pains in my back and side an* falling of the womb, with bearingdowm I pains. \One day while reading my new* paper, I came across an ad., read of th* book for women entitled, \Health «nfl Beauty,\ and sent for it. Then I bega* to use the medicine. After using avronft bottles I am now thoroughly cured.\ Send for free book, entitled, \Hl and Beauty.\ Address Dr. H Columbus, Ohio. A <;£\EROIS OFFElt. PlattsborKh Paper Mill A Bag Com-; pany's Proposition to Trustees. j BASE BALL,. ines at Clinton Park-Sews of Other Sje&sue Teams. The regular monthly meeting of nine [ —The first league game in Platts- Board of Trustees was held Tuesday i burgh will take place on July 2, with ing and considerable Jbusiness trans- j Ogdensburg. The second game at tine acted. After a roll-caill, which show-! Park will be on July 4, when Platts- ed all (members present, a large nuim-| burgh's old rivals, the Malones, will v. * v.^,. ^^-^ -_* - -< b e the attraction. The management of the park are figuring on the after- noon game on July 4, to driaw the lar- gest crowd that ever witnessed a ball game in Northern New York. The diamond is being put in condition this week by drawing cliay loam on top-of tine sand. This wiM result in a fast field, and make it interesting for the spectators and give the man who made ber of bills were audited and ordered paid. On motion of Trustee 'Rockwell, the president was .authorized to appoint a committee of three, incluiding him- self, to select additional counsel to as- sist Corporation Counsel Riley in de- fendting the action ( brouight against the village by the Plattsburgh Paper Mill & Bag Co. Tbe committee named is President Williams. M. Lee Locfewell and W. G. Wilcox. The street committee-was instructed to confer with the Improvement Com- mislsdon anki request that Bridge street 1 from the odd Lake House to the Fou- quet, and North Catherine street from Cornelia south be improved. Ry resolution, tax refunds of $3.22 to C. S. Johnson and $2.11 to W. M. Levy, were ordered. An offer was received from J. B. Mooers & Co., to sptreaJd, sprinkle and roll the crushed stone delivered by Frank Ramo, the village to furnish the roller, for 24 cents per culbic yard. The offer was accepted. The specraJ lighting committee re- ported tihat the lighting fund iwould not permit of the placing of an arc light on the eattery at White street, in»d on motion of Trustee Burleigh, an oil lamp was ordered placed at that point and another at the fcot of Bat- tery hill, near the voting place. The superintendent of streets was nstruicted to trim all shade trees which in any way interfered with the street lights. On recommendation of W. G. Wilcox, The Armstrong Scholarship. A competitive examination of candi- dates for the Armstrong Scholarships in Union College will be held at tin Court House to the Village of Plafcta- burgih on the 25tfli day of June, 1SMM. commencing at nine o'clock a. nv Candidates must be at least sixteem years of age and the sons of fanner* or practical working men, resident* of the County of Climton. No persons . should take the examination unless they in good faith intend to and be- lieve they are prepared to accept a scholarship, should one be awarded them. The examination will be upon on« or all of tine following subjects:—^Eng- lish, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, United States History, Modern Geo- —The next game at Clinton Park will take place on Saturday, when «he decisive Normal-High School game will he played. —The Malone High School <will play the P. H. S. here on Wednesday, June 12, and the Plattaburgh team wilJ play a return game at Malone on Saturday, June 15. On the same date the Nor- mals will play St. Albans High School at Clinton Park, —PHatt&burgh has secured the ser- vices of Costello, Dillon and Dissell, of Syracuse University. Costello is a twirler of reputation.—Malone Farmer. Guess again. —Canton is reported to have signed Dunleavy, the Amiherst pitcher, ailso Lydeeker and Heffernan, two (heavy strikers of the Williams team. —Watson and Peterson, a battery lately of the Ilion State League teem, wtfll be tried aut by Ogdensburg, Mon- day, in a game with the Clarkson Tecbe. If they make good records they will be retained on the league of the sewer committee, the claims of j —Mike Powers has caught every B. F. Spencer and Joseph Lesonde, j fame for the Philadelphia American presented some time ago, were jected. On motion of Trustee Rockwell, the sewer commiittee wais instructed to in- vestigate the sewer matters complain- ed of at the corn&r of Charlotte and Bridge streets. The village clerk was InstrueteM to collect a license fee of $25 firom eacih of the night lunch wagons, for one year from the date of the exipirati Tihe chief of police was atrthojfized purchase 15 police badges, at a cost >t not to exceed 50 cents each. A telephone was ordered placed in the residence of the chief of police, and it was -also voted to pay him $10 for the use of his horse for police pur- poses for the imonth of June. The matter of purahasing suimaner uniforms for the police was referred p n League team this season, and is a warm favorite in the Quaker City. —The privilege for the sale of i freshments at Clinton Park for 'the season has been leased to iMr. Roy De- meritt, which insures satisfactory ser- vice and good goods. —One of the conveniences which will be enjoyed by the patrons of the park will be\; placed score board • the grounds their last license—March 20. ..- I s° a s t o b e easii >' see n fro m the S ran d Phe chief of police was authorized stan d an d bleachers - The scor e card s purchase 15 nolwe bad«*. ^^1^\ b e Io<>ked afte r ^ on e o f Pitts- burgh's genial base hall cranks, Mr. A PRIZE WI\XIXG DOG. The Boston Terrier \Bother'\ Secure* Three Prises in Montreal. A few weeks ago P. J. Blair sold tc to the police committee, with power to ', Lyman P. Woods, of Burlington, on< ' ct. j of his thoroughbred Boston terriei Harry Marsh, William Cooke and i dogs which Mr. Woods last week ex- Joseph Dubuque /were appointed spec- ' ial policemen, to serve without pay during the pleasure of the board. The following comimiuinicaition from the Plattsburgh Paper Mill & then read by the clerk: Plattsburgh. N.Y., June 4, 1901. H •IIP There i vi-ile. a small pox scare in Mine- ph Ryan, a former citizen recently returned from the west and has been visiting In Mineville. He became severely ill this week and the physicians declare it a case of smallpox. It is feared that a large number have been exposed and there is danger of the disease spreading, but every precaution is being taken by the authorities and the disease will certainly be confined to Mineville. Vaccination is being required of every resident. Tin- flu hibited at the kennel show in Montreal with remarkable success, winning first prize in the class for puppies, first the novice class and second in t '• ! open. When it is taken into consid- ; eration that there were 950 entries at _ . _ , _, | the show, which was the largest ever To the Honoraihle Board of Trustees of i held in Montreal, the success of this the Village of Plattsburgh, N. Y.: dog is remarkable. Gentlemen—We offer, free of charge, I \Bother\ is but one year old, and for two years from July 1. 1901, the ' was purchased by Mr. Woods at a cost two upper floors in the Hartwell Mill, I of $100. He is by \Hustler owner of •h floor 47 by 160 feet, and 50-horee ! the first prize in the pet dog show in power to any responsible parties that ^ew York, and who is valued at $1000. vill agree and emplov from 50 to 100 j \Muzzle.\ the mother or \Bother/ 1 is 1 ' \ ~' ' d is valued at everal other Boston any responsible parties that ee and employ from 50 to 100 I \Aluzzie.\ the mother or ach working day during the J °_ wned *y_ Mr. Blair, and t g people ea two years, to manufacture, collars, •cuffs and shirts, that your Honorable Board sees fit to contract with. Yours respectfully, THE PLATTSBURGH PAPER MILL & BAG CO. The proposition, which is a most j generous one, was heartily accepted j with th by the board and placed on file, and on motion, the president appointed M. T.ee Rockwell. W. T. Bmrleig-h and Jas, such an industry as referred to in the I Post, No. communication. : o-i-r thank The board then adjourned. $500. He has terriers equally as fine as \Bother.\ which he intends exhibiting at the New York Kennel show this year. Be- ing the only breeder of Boston ter- riers in this section, and \Bother\ be- ing the first of his puppies exhibited at bench show, he is highly delighted distinction the dog has won. rt of Tnanks Mooers Forks, June 4 the members of Samiuel Cannon , G. A. R., ash to express The Clionians gave a public Satur- day evening a: the Normal and pleas- antly entertained a large number of friends with a program on Kipling. Mi?s Breed read an interesting essay a.rui excellent readings were given by Miss Rea and Miss White. Charming solos were given by Miss Hudson and Mull -r n Miss Bredenberg, delightfully glee club. t and \Mandala ndered by the After the program pg the guests were invited to remain for dancing and dainty refreshments were served by the young ladies. Xew Trial for . The Court of Appeals on ' granted a new trial to Archi convicted of murrler in the first degree I orial in hilling Melville Lord at Nassau, j orate Rensselaer county, on September, 1899. | and •Mull was placed on trial two months j Prof, later and convicted. Was sentenced to ; for (' be electrocuted during the month of j road: December, but before the date set for ' his execution a stay of sentence was granted. The appeal for a new trial was argued several months ago, with the result as above stated. her s'oo •e Walk uelavi Mull, ! graves of l 6 he school children and people of Mooers Forks and T neighborhood for the as- ley gave us in furnishing c to help deicorate the Di:r dead comrades on Mercn- and in helping to commem- tihe occasion in -a fitting mannei 'specially are our thanks due t Herbert Short, of Elienburgr •iving so far over the mudd. and favoring us with a Regents' certificates, diplomas and pass cards and the certificates from schools which candidates nave attend- ed, will be examined by the commit- tee as evidence of qualification and should l>e presented by candidates. Copies of Union Coilege Catalogue will be furnished parties wfho contem- plate becoming candidates for the scholarship on application to Gilbert K. Harroun. Treasurer of Union Col- lege, Pittsburgh, N. Y. Dated, June 1. 1901. J. WARBEN HARKNESS, V R. S. McOULUOUGH, L. L. SHUDDEJN, Armstrong Scholarship Committee ap- pointed by Board of Supervisors. *haun Aroon. The -swung people of 'St. Philomena'* Church Trill present the popular Irish. drama. \Shaun Aroon,\ at the Towa. Hall, Cheru&ueeo, on Tuesday evening, J une 4th. Admission 25 cents. N The following is the east \of charac- Shaun Aroon T. W. Brady Lord Fermoy; BadAndy.SftephenBireiB»n iergus Reardon Prof. Finnigaa - an O'Grady John Breea Tom O Grady Neil O'Meara Old Hennings M. J. Sweeney Nipper Harry Lapaa Patrick..T. W. Brady, Prof. Finnigaa Mrs. O'Girady....dy Jaflia A. Looby Molly........ Maggie. ... . .Molly A. Heffernan Nora M. O'Meara Off for the Klondike. E. F. Botsford, Esq., secretary anft' treasurer of the Joseph Ladue Goli Mining and Development Company, started Saturday on his fourth trip to Dawson City, where the company has extensive mining and business inter- ests. Mr. Botsford wrMl go by way of Portland, Vancouver, Skagway and the White Pass railroad, and it will re«> quire albout three weeks ito make the trip. He will remain in the Klondike several weeks looking after the com- pany's business before starting on the return trip. Walter H. B. Lyon, of this village, is generail superintendent for the company at Dawson. Sentenced to Industrial School. Recorder Healey on 'Saturday sen- tenced Celina Patnode and Ella Mor- gan, two young girls, to St. Ann's In- '.ustrial School at Albany, for the (bal- nce of their minority, unless sooner discharged. The former was convict- ed of petty larceny, and tine latter (leaded guilty to a charge of disorder- ly conduct. They \were taken Al- bany Monday. Hair Grown on Credit. This sounds ridiculous, yet it is an: absolute fact. C. F. Fielding of Alle- gheny -City wais 1 used \Lux- -o o the singeis, 1 ' ring musi i shed for tine occasion. SMITH, Commander. \ljiitant ura\ with such gratifying results that he becaime agent for its sale and dis- tribution in Allegheny Oity and Pitts- •g, Pa., and whenever *.e met a bald-head who dotfbted the virtues 0! •'•Lurura,\ he left it for trial to be paid Tor whem the hair grew. Now Mr. Fielding could pursute this method be- cause he was in a position where he \ould detect and resist imposition iby dealing w ith his customer- personal- But we have an arrangement pro-r ng for the return of every cent ex- pended for \Luxura.\ which is un- equ\Ued foi fairness, if it does not e ip to our 1 epies^ntations. \Lux- - a formula derived from the v.t hair specialist Europe ever \ Dr Pint us of Berlin Germany, for i fjpe simple enclosing a 2c st mm to ctner postage Price for (Bull w pit kage $1 00 Boston Drug & ( hpnmal Co 93 PeMiam iBuilddng, P »«ston Ma=s St. John's, N. F., June 6—The Leyland line steamship Assyrian, Antwerp to Montreal, went a near Cape Race last MgM. It is ed that she will prove a total www , The crew had a desperate experfesea*

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