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FRliDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1902. THE PJ^ATTSBTJItGH SENTINEL,. SUMMER COLDS Produce Chronic Catarrh. 5 and mul- acquired The graduates of the Pittsburgh High School held a reception in the , g d p for ramp or ; Court Street Theatre last Friday night, ! a la b b i resnt The large being pr ent. with Seavey-Cayea. At eight o'clock Wednesday morning an exceptionally pretty wedding occur- CLIMATE ASO CROP REPORT. »ast Week Cold Prospects <, The bulletin issued f< d Wet -- Fi-nlt t h red at the R. C. church at Dannemora, ing June 30, by the U. S. ek end- Department OUR TEAM VICTORIOUS h This en T 1 m in\ hmg \ 1 aid h of , h unt VHnnj id -n ins 1) t<nz the last to: reception was eight o'clock to nine, in \ Adirondack i and was followed by dancing from Th* ex-sto-1 and j nine to twelve. di .seminator of j Tbe hall was very prettily decorated ne^ie. v, ho has ' with green and white, the class i ;n\ Racquette : and American flags. A large design | uue plot around •• of the class pin was suspended from I j the center of the arch over the stage, j ned by James \ Divans covered with pillows furnished j who has for i inviting seats for the dancers. A large I unpretentious j number of potted plants added to the j Ige on the point! effect. •sue where he and ; Clar twue i year gone to , ful m' !„ and hunting. Mr. | dan 1 ir ent in the North i proi when Miss Amelia Cayeu and Mr. I o f Agriculture in connection with Cor- Chas. H. Seavev, both 'of the village! nei 1 University, says that the week j named, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Father Bel- anger, pastor of the church. The bride ' _,_ _ was becomingly dressed in white or- desien ^ ndie over white sil k with chmon veil, which reached to the end of train. She carried a beautiful bouquet of white roses. The bride was attended by Miss Katherine Seavey, sister of the groom ery attractive her attire Mrs. Henriette C. Olberg, superinten- dent Elai and Hemp Exhibition at th© Omaha Exhibition, writes from Albert Lea, Minn., as follows: i The purchase pri \This spring I contracted an aggra- ?50,00O. Mr. C; vatingcold, having been exposed to the nds h-n Lhe fWn • ( k IS iV . uid pir-uinibU is at the old .. _ . .n the Mioic ot Raquette lake. Tt i on l Dt >k ont \lory rougih or i ui i iMi U>ol ing building which constitutes the Ten Eyck lodge, and piobaibly it will give place to a more pretentious structure when Mr. Car- IIPCIP. conies into possession. was said to be e has been ac- customed to spend a portion of each orchestra furnished delight- music both for the reception and ce. During the former an im- mptu program was given. Th i f The gn a full rgadi e oe apple-green carried i.iink carnations. was very neatly dressed in suit of black broadcloth, p hen in this country at Raquette lake, but now he has evidently deter- ;o make it a perennial summe-i ey an«l George Jack- n Sm-anuc 1-ake. , June 30.—William George Jackson, two :g guides, were drowned in Upper Saranac Lake last Friday night. The young damp weather. Catarrh of my throat and head followed, which persisted in mine d remaining, notwithstanding I applied uaU nt. tne usual remedies. ! \Reading of the merits of Peruna in . TWO WUJ the papers, I decided to try it and soon ' found that all that has been said of your w|IJlaiu Tiol , medicine in such cases is true. ; \ I am very pleased with the satisfac- ,- *° \ os tory results obtained from using Peruna, BloomSngdal am entirely well, and consider it a most Tierney and valuable family medicine.\ HENRIETTE C. OLBERG. Summer colds require prompt treat- ment. They are always grave, and sometimes dangerous. The prompt- ness and surety with which Peruna 10 p. acts in these cases has saved many lives. A large dose of Peruna should be taken at the first appearance of a cold In summer, followed by small and oft- repeated doses. There is no other rem- edy that medical science can furnish, so reliable and quick in its action as Peruna. Address The Peruna Medicine Com- pany, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book anc j punched the ends of the se; entitled \Summer Catarrh,\ which through the boat, thereby sinking it. treats of the catarrhal diseases peculiar ( A large number of row boats and 1 steamers were employed dragging the lake Saturday and Sunday, but neither tions from \The Mikado\ and the \Scandinavian Dance\ were par- ticularly good. The class as a whole received and were assisted 'by Supt. Davis, the Misses Barker and Miss Edwards of the faculty. The patronesses were | POP 1 Mrs. M. A. Smith. Mrs S. D.Curtis,Mrs. I clr \~ li. E. iBia-rber, Mrs. T. F. Mannix, Mrs. W. H. Brewster, Mrs. W. H. Goff, Mrs. Braman, Mrs. James McCarthy, Mr?. as attended by Mr J. S. Butler. After the reception the happy young couple held a reception at the Bra, Meagher, Mrs, Rjcketeon, Mrs. Dal- lahan. The occasion was enjoyed by all present, and the class are to be greatly congratulated on the complete success of the affair. en, who had been working at if the camps located on the above visited Rustic Lodge on Friday evening, leaving there for camp sV.out m. As they had not returLcd to Saturday morning a search was made for them, and their boat was found right side up part full of water. There was two holes in the boat, one on either side, about center way of the boat, near the middle seat, and it is thought that they attempted to change seats and one of them fell ou the middle seat, which was movable, Five Hose Contract Let. The fire department committee of the Common Council met Monday even ing to open tlhe bids for fire hose. Alder Haney, D'Arcy and Merkel were mt, as well as Clerk Mannix and City Counsel Riley. There were eight bids handed in from firms from various parts of the country. J. A. Freeman, Henry, Wood & Marshall and C. B. Mehan, of this city, suibmitted bids. There were also present several representatives of ipanies that submitted bids. Each man was allowed ten minutes during which to res, ai heard the award was made. The Gutta Percha Co. of Boston, was g.i the contract at 55 cents a foot. The contract calls for 100 feet of double y of their bodies had been found at eight ! o'clock this morning. The Mutual Life 'Insurance Compaay i Mr. Tierney, whose home was about et New York has appointed Wm. L. Pattisson its resident manager for four miles below here, on the leading to Franklin Falls, was about , , ., . 24 years of age, and a son of Mictoel Clinton county, and all premiums up- Tieriiey mid brother ot M&rtin Tierney on policies written in the county will ^o was drowned in the same lake be paid to him. This arrangement last falL will meet with favor toy its ooiicy holders. MT. Pattison will also write all the new business for the company and to that end has fitted up an office in Clinton block in this city, where he can 'be found by amy wftuo may wish life insuranca Give him a call. Within the past week the Mutual C The Challenge on the Konntl. Hon. Wallace T. Foote, Jr., started : his yacht. Challenge, in the Seawan- haka Corinthian regatta on Long Is- land Sound, Saturday, finishing second in Class I, sloops, 36 to 43 feet racing length. The race was won by Clifford Life Insurance Company of New York has settled death claims upon the lives of Charles E. Mlartin and Henry •Herron, through their resident man- age, Wm. L. Pattisson. A physician mentions the case of a man who could be made t o dream of any subject by whispering about it dn- to his ear 'while he slept, and it is a fa- ! miliar fact that .persons who* talk in : V. Brokaws 1 Dorwina, which was built from, the same plans as the Challenge and is the undisputed champion of her class. A summary is as follows, the start being at 12:25: Finish. Dorwina.. ....3:36:00 .. ..3:35:31 q>. Tim< 2:59:34 3:11:00 3:10:31 An Austrian iron trust was formed tl d H i that persons who talk in An Austrian iron trust was formed their sleep will frequently answer ques recently, and Hungarian and Bosnia lions if spoken to softly.\ firms have been asked to join. •e of Mr. ar.d Mrs. H. W. Burn- ham, uncle and aunt, of the groom', followed by dainty refreshments. The larity of the young people, was mstrated by the numerous and they were the re- •ostly gifts cipients. •Mr. and Mrs. Seavey 11:26 a. m. train for Montreal and other places of interest Laundry-St. Hilaire. A quiet weddinj evening, June 24, sonage, Rouses I was abnormally wet and cold. Th 1 were light frosts in places on the 23d and 24th, and traces of snow were ob- served by one or two correspondents on the 24th. There were frecuent showers, and very heavy rain fell on the 29th in the central, southeastern and in parts of Northern New York. Wet weather delayed farm operations. Corn is very small and yellow by rea- son of continued low temperature, but potatoes are fine, and garden truck is in good condition, generally. Whe PLAT SBI R<^H OEFEATS JIA- LO\K IX OI'KMM. ^AME. Loral Xine Played Without a Error •-Visitor* Put I |> Good Ball but Were tnalile to Hit Kennedy- Score, 3 to '4. Old Sol poured dawn his sunshine in unstinted quantities Wecneseay when the champions and their old rivals met to renew the old struggle for su- premacy before an eager and expect- ant audience of nearly 2,000 people. tut old Sol's golden shafts where not g , gy. What is good, some correspondents report- ; a wnit brighter that the beaming and very good tory condition. barHey is in satisfac- tives of Cutting hay has be- '. fore the gun, but the principal harvest will be ' our highland battle. Alas, rivals be- \ for their I The Jas. Boss Stiffened Gold Watch Case* are an improvement on solid gold They are Btronger and won't bend o Made of two layers of gold, with a layer of stiffening metal between, welded togetMr into one solid sheet. The ontside layer contains more gold than can be worn off a case in 25 years, the time for which Mas. Boss Watch Cases are recognized as the (standard by all Jewelers. They are identical with solid gold cases In .ranee and size, but much lower In pries. Don't accept any case said to be \Just aa >d\astheBoas. Look for the Keystone de-mark. Send for booklet. Keystone Watch Case Company, Philadelphia. opes. They left early last evening '—^—^^—••— ithout waiting to hear our much- Lynch; Duff died, third to first, :lmired band, and looked more like a to a good supply of late apples, less lot of ping-pong encnusiasts alter an than the average crop of pears, and all-night session, than the intrepid , , ., ,,. u u light crop of peaches arid plums. Fruit knights of the willow stick that repre- ? er> * n d the^Plattsburghs not battii late and the crop less than the av- age. aknough much improved by cent beneficial rains. Indie Plunkett flew out to Patte The ninth w r as a short inning, Mi- lone going out in one. two, three or- FEAT. prospects are probably more promising sented Malone. Just befi took place Tuesday at the Catholic par- oint, in which Mr. George Laundry, Jr., partner the firm of A. laundry & Son, bottlers, of in the Hudson Valley and in othe parts of the southeast section, where the frosts of May 10th were less severe than in other sections. The week was too cold for 'beans, and sowing biick- •• lee ring, Lynch was thrown out at first by M-,- wheat ork large Rouses Point, was united in marriage with Miss Anna Belle St. Hilaire, of Lacolle, P. Q., Dr. J. H. Driscoll of- | « c £ (1 flciatins. j bs ^ Mr. Laundry and his pretty bride er > left Thursday morning on a honey-, good - moon, trio to North Adams and other places in Massachusetts, and on thei] delayed, but this low nearly finished, with .creage. Hops are light. The following are the reports o orrespomlenis in this vicinity: Clinton—Weather coo! and rainy rith little sunshine; condition of crop: Two KnUoon ^<?i>«<nn?i and Para- chute JnmpD at -Halone Jnly 4 The Malone Farmer says: Prof. Bon- Mike\ Lynch led his followers in the ran; Simon made a sensational one- nette, who will give a night ascension* ^\^ o+ ~\ \>* Tobey's hot grounder j there July 4th, was in Malone last P3TIP HUtJl'd'GCl ill Cz 1*6-5? 'S I +-y» T T • ^ ^ *r on the night of the Fourth lie will dis- charge fireworks and the spectacle will be worth going miles to see. This handed song. \I'm Very, Very T-i-r-e-d.\ Before the !g!ame began the season was formally opened by Mayor Shar- ron and the City Band. The band marched around the diamond playing \El Capitan,\ the players marching with it; the ipennant was hoisted to the the flag-staff, and amid the thunder- ) Weir, 2 ing applause of t!?e crowd, the mayor ' Moran: Following is the tabulated score; PLATTSBURGH. i-ot; apples diropping ba threw out the V-.ll and Umpire Farrar called \Dlay baa':.\ ; The game was h nd ; throughout, and wa.s Keane, c.f Duff, c y exciting : Plunkett, r.f.. . magnificent I Carter, l.f.. 0 2 0 2 0 0 return will make their horoe at Rouses Point. srrr. anklin—Fruit prospects good; -giain looking weil; Death Canned by Lockjaw. Ernest Laware, son of Mr. and Mrs. 6 explain the virtue of his ^ vi I * ware « AleA a t his hcme on S ° ' nd after which oae. had b«ea Catherine street, Saturday morning of after several hours of awful suffering. The trouble originated from a wound in the left hand, incurred last Sunday. jacket rubber lined hose, witih coupl- ings, and warranted to stand a pres- sure of 400 pounds per square inch, for four years. There were four bids for double jacket hose at 55 and 56 cents a foot, these prices being the lowest. The hose bought was deemed the best of the lot at those prices. <i. A. ft. Delegates Return. Dr. E. M. Lyon, D. S. Binning, J. H. Grogan and Moses Bourdon, who have been attending the G. A. iR. State En- campment at Saratoga, returned last (Friday along with the delegates from otheir parts of the county. Mr. Bour- don w^as elected as alternate delegate to the National Convention, ^hich is to be held at Washingtoa this fall. Gen. M. N. Curtis, Past Camimander of the G. A. R., and ex-Congressman from Ogdensburg, accompanied the delegation here, where he comes business connected wlffli th© G. A. R. and concerning the old 16th Regiment which was Qargely recruited from this county. While in town General Cur- tis will be the guest of W. J, McCaff- rey. The lad was playing with a toy pistol , when it accidentally exploded, the powder causing a slight wound, which was dressed at the Post hospital, and nothing more was thought of the mat- On Friday the boy complained of pains in the head and lack of ap- petite and continued .worse until even- ing, when Dr. tftogesrs was summoned. When the physician reached the house the boy was beiginning to get rigid. Powerful medicine was given him to counteract the poison, but to no avail. About midnight his jaws could not be opened to administer the medicine, and death resulted about seven o'clock Saturday morning. The case was a very acate one, as the symptoms us- ually do not appear until aibout a eek after the germs get into the sys- tem. The deceased was elorea years old. The funeral will be held from St. John's church at 9:30 this morning. This deplorable death may well serve to teach boys a lesson aigainet earless- ness with' firearms and firewor&s, a s each fourth of July sevanal deaths are <5aused from similar accidents. Mormons claim to have, .8,000 u sionaries in the field and ihave maafie 20,000 converts last year. We Will Help You To Celebrate the Grorious 4th of July Specials, Specials, Specials Positively Three Days Only We place on a special sale our enormous stock of ladies' tailor made stutsr dr«»«hS walking-skirts, black, white and colored underskirts, latest styles, shirts waists, men's, youths' and children's custom made clothing, boots and shoes at a p rice far beJowp any ever shown in th e state. A glance at our windows will convi nee the most skeptical that our statement is armor clad, backed by our double guarantee, yo-ur mone y back if not satisfied. Clothing Department Hen's and young men's suits, union, •assimeres and worsteds. I 6.00 Suits, special sale $2.SS 8.00 Suits, special sale 10.00 Suits, special sale 6.48 12.00 Suits, special sale 7.98 15.00 Suits, special sale 9.48 Hundreds of children's Suits in ves- ties, single and double breasted suits, double knee and seat, at 98c, $1.23. $i.-!S, S1.9S, $2.4S and $2.98. These are the finest line of children's suits in the city. Dry Goods Department $ 8.00 Ladies' Suits, special .. $4.98 13.00 Ladies' Suits, special . . 6.98 15.00 Ladies' Suits, special .. 8.48 4.24 18.00 Ladies' Suits, special .. 10.75 4.00 Skirts, special 1.98 6.00 Skirts, special 3.48 S.ftO Skirts, special 4.98 6.40 Silk Waists, special 2.98 8.00 Silk Waists, special . . 3.98 10.00 Silk Waists, special . . 4.9S 2.00. Shirt Waists, special . . .98 3.00 Shirt Waists, special . . 1.49 Undershirts at half -r:^. Shoe Department Ladies' shoes, no odds and ends, ev- ery size and width. $ 2.00 Ladies' Shoes, special at ? .98 2.50 Ladies' ©hoes, special at 1.4^ 2M Ladies' Shoes, special at LTS 2.00 Men's Shoes, special at .M 3.00 Men's Shoes, special at LffiS 3.50 Men's Shots, special at 1.98 Children's Shoes every pair latest styles only at half i&.eir actual value. Baby shoes at 22c. St. Lawrence—Very rain; fruit prospects good; gra? potatoes doing well. Warren—Heavy rainf; most crops; f\uit that s js dropping. exhibition of scientific baseball Dlay-; McPhiHips, 1b.. , ing. But one error was made during Simon. 3b the game, and the contest resolved it- Kennedy, p. . . . corn ! self into a pitcher's battle, with the [victory to Kennedy. No criticism Totals . nd cold; | can be made of the Malone team. The M j a?s, oats and | Plattsburgh : battery was as precise as i a piece of machinery, and the infield . 1 beneficial to was as tight as a stone wall, but th© i O0ey ' 9 £ emed well set ' outfield *dj:d not cover the ground that' ^ rey > -\\ jit shcoild, and sharp -fielding would I ^\5!^ of , l.f.. R.H.P.O.A.E. ascension will be mack- from Deoot - - - • Square at lyne o'clock sharp. ProL 2 3 0 Bonneto ,wil carry up v uii hka a t 2 0 0 a dista^e of 1,000 ftet a set piece Of \--TVOVIVS l!j>;]u feet tqjiare, consisting dozen Roman randies, uvo' dozen iS'l and green fires, lountains, fire- whe 'Is, rockets, etc., a^.d will toocBt thorn eff at that height, making a mag- nificent i.i;pctacle. This u-ili be tflur first niiht ascension ever made in 6 27 15 o.^th-m New York and will doabt- ; les~ be witnessed by thausende. After the f?t ri« e dirplay Prof, n n i «i will 1 ght up humdieds of fires « \ r \ „ tiectea v.ith his parachute and i v in a flame cf ?_re. He is the only i Washington—Too cold for corn, b-ntjihave cut down Malone's hits, One other crops doing weil; pears plums light, but apples a large c: and op. Real Estate Transfers. The followl&g transfers of real estate have recently been recorded: Jennie Vaffl sold to Millard J. Hare, Schuyleir Fails property for $500. •Smith M. Weed sold to Thomas F. Ryan, Saranac, 33 acres for $465. SSbina Riley sold to Napoleon Mooso Plattsburgh village propjerty for ?800. William C. Lafouutain sold to Miry Brouity, Ohamplain property for $725. Ezekiel B. Shute sold to Mina Prou- ty, Chamiplain, 53 acres for $1 and other considerations. lEdward McGee sc«d to Walter Mc- Gee Peru property for $1 and other considerations. Antoine Blondo sold to Starks, 'Mooers, 2 aci-es for $ Charles Stevens sold to Jas. Stevens Clinton property for $1. Henry H. Reynolds sold to George McGregor, Eilenburgh, §1500. Mary Akey sold to Orcial Collins, The SURPRISE MERCHANDISE CO Levy's Store, Vilas Bank Block, 58 Margaret Street, PLATTSBURGH, N. Y WHOLESALE and RETAIL Alleged Attempt at Snieido It was rumored about Saturday night . that Nellie McDevitt, house- keeper at the Bon Air, \had taken laud- num with suicidal intent When seen, the people «f Jfclie fftace denied that anything at all haa happened. How- ever, it is (positively known that aboai nine o'clock Saturday night the Mc- Devitt yoman sent one of the wait- resses after laudanum, and that not long afterward two doctors were hast- ily suismonea to the Bon Air, which was all excitement, arid that at thai time tae iMcDevitt woman was suf- fering from a apse of laudanum. Cc'- fee and moistarti were administered as anti defies, and 'after awhile she was toetter, ^and was alhle to <be aibouit yes- T!he MoDeviti woman is th© one who; icausefi .the aoparation of ^ Munphy and his wife last fail, and it; was learned .from an inside source Chat *bere hme Deen sererka •quarrels -between them of late aad that -Bccuired on Saturday. to toe reticence of the i Plattsburgh, 1% acres for $37.50. Marshall Laselle sold to Henry La- selle, Mooers, 47 acrfes for $600. W. M. Levy sold to C. C. Merrihew, Platttsiburigh village property fox $600, Mary L. iRoiberts sold to Lewis Bol- ia, Plattsbftirgh, 12% acres for $B0O. Joseph Rascoe sold to AdaJine DB rah, Piattsibiurgfl, 110 acres for $825. The Mead Mfg. Co., sold to Melvin F, Brooks, Mooers property foi $1,000. John Daile McGill sold t o Carolfae I. McGill, Plattetourgh, y 2 acre for $2700, aa. S. Merrill sold to Mrs. J&ne Du- chaane, •Bllonibaiirgih property for $400. H. T. KeJlogg, referee, stAd-Hb Milo H. Marshall, Beeikmaafama, 158 acres for $1500. Prank Carle sold to J-effemm Oarle, S»^huyler Fails property for #t. Charles MeMasters,, .referee, sold to Marie M. Everest, Scfouyter J&^tils,- 123 acres for 51.422.89. Charlee H. Brewster sold t o Charles B. Bradley, Beekaoqtt&wn, 2U 67-100' f 5450 feature of the game was the way in which iMoPlhillips took care of first i base. No one could have- done better. The game opened with Malone at the bat Toibey got a base on 'balls; Grey did likewise; Baumgrass advanced them both a base by a safe bunt, thus filling the bases; Emlbleton struck out; Dunleavy waited for four wide ones, and Tobey was forced in, scoring Malone's first Tun; Pattee fouled out to Simon and Stroh flew out to Weir. Weir got a (base on tails; Moran sac- rificed, sending Weir to second; Keane siJashed a liner into left field, upon which Weir reached third; Keane stole second and in-attempting to throw him out, Stroh thretw wild, and our little second ibaseman came across the plate like a race horse; Duff hit a slow one to Ehnbletom; who caught Keane between himself and Stroh. Keane gave a pretty exhibition of dodging ! eluding the Malone player until * Duff reached! third. The side was retired by 'Pattee's catch of Plamkett's fly. In the second irminig, Belding made three fierce ibut unsuccessful jabs at the ball, and sat down; Lynch singHed over second 1 ; Tofbey hit to Kennedy, who threw Lynch out at second; Grey went out from third to first. Carter fanned; MePhilliips fouled out to Stroh, and Simon struck out. Third inning: .Baunigirass attempted a 'bunt, which Duff forwarded to first ahead of him; Simon scooped up Em- bleton's igrouiider and threw him out at the initial bag; Dunleavy straight- ened out one of Kennedy's curves for two biases; Pattee hit to Kennedy, who threw him out. PlattsbUiiTgh went out in one, two, three order; Kennedy's grounder wias taken care of by Belding; Weir struck out; 'Marian went otut from pitcher to j\ Embleton, Dunleavy, r.f.. ling, 1b Lynch, p. . 1 ...0 .. . .0 1 ... . 0 ... 0 . .. . 0 0 ... 0 ...0 10 0 0 ' Totals Score by innings: Plattsburgh .. .. 10000 110 x—3 ilone .. 10000001 0—2 Plattsbnixgh did not bat in the ninth. Struck out by Kennedy, 4; by Lynch, . Hit by Kennedy, 1. Bases on balls off Kennedy, 4; off Lynch, 3. Two ' doing this wonderful act in the United states. Prof. Eonnette's a:\emooa ascension from the fair grounds wlH be no less pleasing. It will be made in his new mammoth balloon, bnilt for the occasion, and he will ascend two miles from tihe earth hanging Iff hte — — ' teeth, making from that height his 7 24 13 1 famous double parachute drop never seen before in this section- The day witl be filled with musto and sports, including lacrosse, it 8 0 11 2 0 0 0 2 1' .0 0 1 4 0 bicycle races, etc., and is facpectetf tfr outdo any celebration ot the birth of the Republic ever held in Malone. (Fare from Plattslburgh only $1.50 o a off Kennedy, 4; off Lynch, 3. Two, - - - base hit—Dunleavy. Three base hit—; special train leaving; at 8 a. m. Dumleavy. Stolen bases—Keene, Duff, Carter, Simon, Embleton. Passed balls —Stroh, 1. Time of game one hour and 56 minutes. Umpire, Mr. Farrar, Scholarship* In Cornell. The following appointments for this and nearby counties to state scholar- • ^ T ^_ I ships in Cornell University for the NOTES. | yeair 190 2 have been made by State —King, of Malone, hias been released' Superintendent of Public instrnctSaa at his request, and has signed with Skinnea These scholarships entitle —Harry Pattee has been appointed | of instruction in :aptam of tihe local team, and the I free of tuition. Charles W. Clatrk, At his home m West €*hazy, Jasie 19flE, Charles 'W. Clark, aged 72 ip .pep- sons ion the ^s^lbject, the real truth cannot be got at. ffn justice to the, Owiug-iryeaira. Mr. Cte»k was toorn in West woman it must be tfeat one >nf the physicians stated that she jHrofoifl)- ify -usfflil ^the ;isaidanum as & cure for peritonitis, from which sine is a Euf- ferer, and that the dose was not large enough to cause death. Head Jammed hy Falling Charles Johnson, a fireman on the D. & H. \rounder\ freight train ;Eus- tained Bevere tajuries about the head by a falling \slice bar,\ aibout twelve o'clock last Friday, at a plaee near •Biirff :PcBni. 'iTiie ibari •whidli weiglie &- ibout 35 lbs, was on the top of the teak Chazy, where Ms'entire life was sipent. In 1853, he was married to Martlia M. Kinsley, and the .youn®' cample settled upon a :flarm *3w>ut three miles north of 'West^Chaay village, upon which, farm .he lived -the pemaioder of h4s life. In 1863 M s wife was taken from him, and some .four years later he was married to Julia .Kinsley, who survives him. At the age cof seventeen Mr. Clark entered upon the work of toeacher in. the public schools,,a work in which he cojUiaued duEinsg the winter months Jar nearly foa^y .years. The influence of .that 'good, ; pure life upon the com- ..._„. mimities in which he taught can never •box of the engine; Johnson was shiov-j ; b« estimated, but his genial smile, his eling coal under it, when it slipped off, earnest, cheesfull words still live in the the tank, strikiiig ihim on the and felling him to the floor of the tender, where he was found 'by the engineer. He was 'brought to Plattsburgh &Bd j cared for toy Dr. Madden. His se&^a was c-uj open for about three inches. memory of his ipupil In politics he was a life-long Re- jU'blican. He iwas a, thco-ough tem- pecance man atnd a temperance i work- -er^cme of theJeader-s amonjg the work- ers <who have ,made CTnazy a no-license town. He had unbounded if ait h in the W land his bsead was bruised, .besides { Woman's Christian 'temperance Union 1 -vhich he suffered a severe nerneius j and Relieved that wnen the time was ' j \iPe ipirohibition would jirevail. H e I was a Chiristian, and a mem/ber of the Johnson Le a resident of Cohoes, and has been a ©reman only about a week. He will be taken home this morning. Maloihe Priest Honored. A distinguished honor was paid Tnes 4JJ; t « the iRev. FMher Rossiter, wiiiO lor twenty-five years has been pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic church E. For Aeatih hurch of West Chazy. several years previous to his had shown symptoms of apoplexy. Once in conversation with a friend,, who had expressed the idea that suddden death was in some re- spects desirable, Mr. Clark replied, \Is'-e. I weald not ehoose t© die in that way. It is too great a skook to the Bint his tender ca<re for .t Malone, A large reception was held, .about forty priests being present, in- cluding the R t Rev. Bishop Gabriels, 1 those he loved did not prevent th< of Ogdensburg, ajid the Rt. Rev. Bish- j -hock from which lie would o.p Mich and, of Burlington. The ting priests were entertained by .1 council of the Knights of Col- giadly spared them. The end even more quickly than is common with that dread disease, and the shock iFVmrth inning: Stroh went out from Simon to McPhillips; ©elding died; Kennedy to McPhillips; Lynch went out, Moran to MdPhillipe, Keene was out, Emlbleton to Beld- ing; Duff hit safely and stole second; Plunkett fouled out to Stroh; Carter management is to lie congratulated in its selection. Pattee is now entering on his third season with Malone, and besides having had plenty of ex-peri-1 ence, footh in professional ball and coaching amateur teams, is a thorough gentleman either on or off the field, f and has always commanded the re- t spect of the public wherever he plays. He is and has been for the past two years the best short stop in, the Nor- thern league, and is a past-master in the art of bunting and base running.— Malone Farmer. The Press endorses everything the Farmer says aibout Pat- tee except that about his ibeing the best short stop. There are others. —Kennedy pitched a remarkable game Wednesday. Though apparently lacking * control at the start, he soon steadied down and had the heavy hit- ting visitors at his mercy. Jack is a good one and, it will be Temeonbered, has never yet lost a game for Platts- —It seemed good io see old, reliable (Duff behind the bat again Wednesday. their holders to a four yei in the Cornell University hundred asul fifty state scholars are appointed eu & year, so that the state has six hundred! students in Cornell University contimt- Clinton—James Lloya Braman. Essex—Harold Franklin Locke. Saratoga*—'Henry Adelibert TVKvec& . Warren—Thomas Byroa Oildxrfst. Washington—Liilu Jean LidgerwoOdL 'ailed to locate tare© balls and was j The catcher is the -back bone of team, and Duff certainly played his position to perfection, and his hitting was as (good as ever. Mike Powers set the standiard of excellence in catch- ers for Plattsburgh, tat it is now | generally admitted that Paddy is at Fifth inning; Tobey flied out to Car- ter; Grey walked; Bauimgrass was hit by - pitched * ball; Bmbdeton fanned; Dunileavy flew o«t to Keane, who made a difficult rAianlBS catch. McPhillips out; Simion fanned; Ken-j least his nedy walked; Weir went out from Em- —Captain MoHan played an excellent bleton to -Beldiafi. 1 gaine Wednes4ay and tt e batting rally In the sixth inning Pattee singled by himself, Keane and IXiff made the to right field; Stroh bunted to Simon, i rooters wish that there -were more .who handled it fluieldy and cleanly and i i ik e them to follow. By the way, ESSL^&J 1 ^J^J 0 ^ K , eane ^ * l *W* and a thorough ball player. —Simon made himself solid with the fans by Ms superb work on third. He simply ate everything that came his wtay, and four of his chances were dif- ficult. Weir at second is a clever player, and he is just the man to head q Phillips; Pattee kept right on from second, third being apparently uncover- ed; ^aioQ, however, sized up the sit- uation and returned quiokly to his position, taking MxsFhillips's return throw on the run, and tagged Pattee, who wiaiked to the bench ipxotesting; Belding sent & slow grounder to Mc- Phillips, who touched him before he could reach first. In Plattsibucgh's half iMoran sent a hot one into right field; Keane, who had already -done good service at the bat, smashed -a liner into right, ad- vancing Moran to third. Keane stole second and Duff singled, scoring 1 Mo- POTSDAM DBVEATKO. . Albatis Won Taesday Potsdam, July 1.—The league t opened up in Potsdam today with St.. Albans as visitors Th e Military band escorted the teams to- , the igrounds, and Mayor Oassidy pitch?--- ^ ed the first ball over the plate. Mao- -,•\•' aiger Tuicker of Potsdam had only $&&**< of his men and supplied the w local talent. Both Drake and pitched good ball, and the poor Buppartf .; given Crossren accounts for the aeons. < The following is the score \by top ';• nin«s: R. am St. A.. ..00006230 ft-^1 14 S Potsdam .010000102—4 ? 9 Batteriee-HDrakeaadLlHey,- Ooesen and Thurstoo; Struok out by Drake, 5; by Orossen, 3; two base hits, MuUenfl,, O'Hart. Roach. and the crowds were quickly taken care of by the steam and electric cars. —Umpire Farrar filled his difficult position acceptably. Though, his judg- ment may be questioned in several Vermont Farm For Sale. in Woodstock, Vt.' a firat cla w property and well situated; 2& miles from village of 1500; 1% miles from* school and postoffice. Contains 1S&> acres, 30 acsres tillage land, level andl highly cultivated. Plenty of wood an * pasturimg land a nice youing fru*t orch- ard. A fine chtance for market \ 4052m3* the batting order, ! ing or poultry forming. Address -Th e transportation arrangements I S \ W ' °° X > Woodstock, Vt. Wednesday's game were excellent AGENTS WANTED—A lady and! gentleman in each town of Clinton county. Guaranteed salary, v -- jwf 10 a. m. and 4 p. no. cm M. ran.. With three clean singles in sue- instances, he was absolutely impartial; Crane Manaeer 29 Broad St Platta- „ i j* . . , ,_._ , , 'on H fhtai- oft£iU* oi l i & fVio mkiin +fciir,tr i . * _ _ * •»\« A wuu i isioa and mo .men out, it looked as < and th ' eLt > after all, is the main thing. though the long desired feat of knock- lt wcmid i tne umpi to be in 'the power of « burgti ; N > Y img Lyoch ciut of the box was at hand, i tn e umpire to hasten Lynch's unneces- But here wlas shown the weakness of! sarily sdow delivery, and this power the piresent Plhittsburgh team. Plun- j should be exercised in the future. kett;made what was apparently a safe — •hit near the left foul line, but was call- THE STANDING. ed biaek by Umpire Farrar. The best he could do after that was to send a won. Lost grounder to Lynch, who threw him out Pittsburgh 1 0 at 'first. Carter sent an easy one to ! M aion ' e 1 1 Grey, wh<e> retired Keane at the plate. [ st A1 ' Dans 1 1 Carter reached first on the play and Potsdam 0 1 stole second. JVtaPhillups ended the inning by stikins out Plants for the destruction of sew- Seventh inning: Lynch singled over; age by cremation are now operated in second; Toibey readhed first on a fast , 97 cities of the United Statete. one to Kennedy, who threw Lynch out v grounder to tut at second Pa 1.000 .500 .500 .000 was felt not alone by the devoted wife ited to ant ' daughxer or by those bound to him \ ' J 5' the i f A purse of $500 was i ,._, „, Father Rossiter frorn citizens .of the \ ' J 5' th i\m of Mood village, the presentation speeck .being made by Hon. Gharies Burke. Ad- di-esse« were also made by J-sdge Bemao and others. .nv othen •xperleneed when the •ame that CLai-ies Clauk was A Card, We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a W- cent bottle of Greene's Warranted —The exc Syrup of Tar if it falls to cure your ch-urr-h of Y< cough or cold. We also guarantee a , terday was euj-. 25-cent bottle to prove aatiflfactory oi { dreii and fifty money refunded. I Pern and Keesi Mrs. D. K. Gilbert H. W. C»dy rented The ti He has gone, and the world geems JO;JI e-r, acd while we will not rebel igainsx the hand that dealt the blow, = t.il 1 we mourn. Smith & LaRooqu*. O. T. Lki M. White A Co ; Ma am and the •aout. n given by the m to Burlingtor ed by nearly twe persons. Plattsl ille being well . p over was on by the TO RENT—Possession given atovect The Carver hor.se, No. U Broad &*., Plattsburgh, lately occupied by Hon^ S. P. Bowen. A most desirable resi- dence, on trolley line, new Higbi school, churches, ipQStoffiee and busi-» nesa Fine garden, and barn. Apply at law office of W XX Wa*son, ?» Margaret street (upstairs). 2419*1 WANTEOO—-By Northern Iron Co. r Port Henry, N. Y., Blast Furnace La- iborers. Wages |1.25/'to |2.00 per day. 4053tf • ' hua- argh, epre- The value of California's product of Women teachers in Prussian schools organes in 1900 was $5,647,714; olives j get, besides tree dwelling, anjy $k?5 $1,530,164; lfmons. $1,493,1113; figs, ! a year to begin with. This is raised $188,941. _^ »! I id-iUHi j t0 ? 390 afte r 31 J' ears oi service. at second; Grey hit a Mcran, who put Tobey base; Baumgrass cut three slices out of the atmosphere and retired. In this inning the champions added another run to their lead over Malone. Simon was (presented with a base on balls, and stole second; Kennedy sent Mm home on a long hit near the right foul line, and was put out by being caught off first; Weir went out from Lynch to Belding; Moran flew out to Grey, closing the inning. In the eighth inning the Malone men pulled themselves together with the intention of •batting themselves out of j the hole, and succeeded in soaring an- other run in the following manner: Embleton singled in left field; Dun- leavy scored him on a terrific line drive into center, he reaching third on it. The fun stopped here, however, as the next three men went out; Pat- tee from pitcher to first; Stroh flew out to Carter, and Belding's pop fly landed in MePhillips's mit. Keane was thrown out at first by Getting Good Lumber Doors, Sash, Blinds INSIDE FINISH, LATH, SHINGLES, ETC. PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK

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