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The Plattsburgh sentinel. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1861-1902, July 04, 1902, Image 8

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THE PliATTSBTTBGH SENTINEL. *'No Clothing Fits Like Ours\ CO CO CO There's a satisfac- tion about asking mothers to look at our showing of Wash suiti Appreciation is cer- tain. They're the top notch of perfection. not only as Rood as others but far suner- ior. Just one look at them will convince you that they are th best make you ever $l.oo to $2.50 Summery Hats to go with them in Sailors and Tarns. Many of the styles can't be had out- side our store ALONG THED. & H. POUT HENRV : June 25.—F. W. Burhans of Platts- ftourgii spent Sunday with his relatives liere. —Hon. W. T. Foote. Jr., is in New \York this week. His yacht, Challenge, •was sent through the canal to New TTork last week, where she will enter some fast racing on the sound. -HS. D. Mulholland has been ap- pointed postmaster ;with the satisfac- tion of the entire community. —Miss Kate Shea was called to QPHattstRirgh on Saturday to attend the ifunerai of a relative. —Druggist E* 5. Smith is attending tfche state convention of pharmacists at ffiamira this week. —Judge J. W. Houghtop and friend *£ Saratoga were here on Monday and 'went to Mead Pond on an outing. —E. Wyman. cashier of the Citi- jZeu© Nation&l Bank, is on a vacation 'visiting Boston and other points. CitOWST POIKT June '30-.—Miss Aileen Parker of T ; - «*©nderaga sipeat & few days with Miss Kate Jtoore last weefk. —Misses Edith and Ella Huestls at- tended the fboat races at Poughkeep- *ie last week. —>Miss Margaret Prosser returned to her home in P lain vi lie last Friday bright. She went to Geneseo Normal to attend the Commencement exercis- e s beld there. —Mrs. Henry Baraett and children «of Newburg are visiting relatives in rtown. —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Murdock and son Ray of Port Henry, were in town last Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. Juiius Webster nnd ason Arthur, were at Tieonderoga on Thursday. —aJBrs. E. J.* Barker is In St .Paul, Minn. —P. H. Bell, E. J. Barker and other; attended the G. A. R. Encampment at .Saratoga, last week. —Supt. W. W. Howe of Whitehall. ^delivered the address to the class of 1902, Tuesday evening. ider the care of Dr. Fairbank Chazy. —Mr. G. ..W. Clark, Jr., Miss Martha Clark and Miss Catherine North of Dannemora ca'lled at Jas.- Yale's Tues- day evening. -Mr. and Mrs. Jake Forgays ar.d Miss Fedelia Forgays took in the ex- cursion to Montreal Wednesdlay. —'Mrs. Warner and son of Mai one visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. McGregor. —Mrs. Mildred Ashline of Rouses Point spent Wednesday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ashline. —Mrs. A. Clark ami mother, M r s. Hayes spent Wednesday in Pitts- burgh. —Miss Stark's school in the Bocare district, closed Friday afternoon with exercises and a picnic in the grove, which was enjoyed by young and old. —Mrs. Bonnah of Rouses Point, was buried in the Catholic cemetery here Friday morning. —'Mr. Edward Forgays of Rouses Point spent Sunday in town. —Mr. Wilford Mooers is visiting his son in Burlington. BEEKM AXTOWV July 1.—Mrs. Randall and Mrs. Gor- ham attended th\e commencement ex- ercises at the Normal last week. —Mrs. W. P. Walker and Mrs. Hi- ram Walker spent Monday in the city, —The following delegates of our town attended the convention at the city Monday: F. Shields, A. Rea, W. Walker, J. Comstock, 0. Mooney. —Bessie Holland spent Sunday in Plattsburg.il with her sister Catherine. —Horace Finley of Troy is home on his vacation. —iWm. Fraser, James F. Burroughs, Isaac Brftdenburg, B. F. Paine and Frederick Bulwsith, left Thursday to take part in the. shooting tournament in Montreal. —W. C. Lafountaine has sold his horse, John F. —Frank Roberts got second and third money at the races at St. Pierre Monday and Tuesday. • —Rev. Loyal Eiselow and wife of Saranac Lake, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hitchcock. for that place on Monday. —Mrs. M. Facteau and children IKOIVA. July 1.—Mrs. Stilnran Sweet has gone to Chateaugay to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Camp- bell and other friends. —Miss Ursula Clark of Ellenburgh Depot is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ardesn O'Brien and other friends. —Mr. Albert Sweet of Chateaugay is spending a few days visiting at the home of his sister, Mire. Bert Sweet. —It is with rejgret that we hear of the severe illness of two of our neighbors, rM. Maxime Pothier and Mr. Joseph Forkey. —'Mr. and Mrs. Warren Powers of spend a week or so with Mrs. Powers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Laporte. —Mr. and Mrs. E. S. -Parks and daughter Ella, made a very wleasant trip tJhrough Franklin county recent- ly, voting friends in Ellentourgh, Chateauigtay, Malone, Dickinson Center and St. Re#is Falls. TO CURE A COI^D IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ! en ATE AIC; AY. July 1.—Mrs. Dan Griffin of Upper All druggists refund the money *f it I Chateamgiay Lake was in town today. fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature —One of the largest funerals ever 1s on each box. 25c. I held in St. Patrick's church was that ~~ I of Mirs. John Ferrell, wOaich took place this mornmig. Mrs. Ferrell was beloved by all who knew her and the esteem in which she was beld was manifest by the vast congregation as- sembled to pay the last tribute of re- spect to the deceased. She is surviv- ed by five children and a number of relatives besides numerous friends who extend their sympathy to the sorrowing family. —Another delightful rain last night —Mrs. Eliza Waters of New York city, is the guest of E. L. Nolan and ALONG THE 0. & L C. ALTON A June 26.—J. W. Stark has been ap- pointed inspector of customs at Rous- es Point Salary, $1,200 per year. —'Masons are busy laying the foun- dation for J. B. Trombly's new resi- T-uper Lake who has been visiting relatives here, returned home this week. —Miss MQ.be! O'Oonnell is the guest of Mrs. C. J. Cootey. —Mrs. I. J. Morrow made a trip, to Saranac on Wednesday. —«Mr. A. B6I1 has moved his family from his farm in Strackville, to the Coulon residence near the church, formerly occupied by Mrs. I. J. Mor- row. The latter has moved into the Justin place on the same street where you can find anything you want in the millinery line and at the lowest prices. 3e sure and call on her be- fore you purchase elsewhere. —Invitations are out for the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ano, of Clayfburgh. —'Mr. Frank Graves from S't Mary's college, Montreal, arrived hwme on Tuesday to spend his vacation with his parents. —'Miss Amelia Pepin is visiting in Lyon Mountain this week. Frances True; Treasurer, Mrs. Jamef Cane. A committee of three on pro- gram,. was appointed. —'Mrs. Jere Rush ford is confined to her room by an attack of rheumatism. —Miss Frances Lord of Pittsburgh Normal, is home for —Mrs, Kate Bliss .Boston. 'acation. 3 returned LYOJI MOISATIS. July 1.—Mrs. J. Cogan of Platts- 'bungh, apent Saturday with friends in • viiss Margaret Dobbins of Saranac Lake, visited friends in town recently. —Mrs. C. E. Nffblette, Mrs. Wm. Patton and Miss Maggie Slavin, were visitors in Piattsburgh Tuesday. —A great many of our townspeople contemplate sipending the 4th in Ma- lone. —Misses Mary and Winnifred Mul- lin left Tuesday for Chatearuigay and Malone for an indefinite time. ; .t back and he is doing as 2a,n be expected. —Miss Ada Hoag of Rutland is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Bos- worth. —'Don't forget to attend the lawn party to 'be held on tine grounds of the Pirs>t Congregational church on the afternoon and evening of July 4th. An open air concert will be given at 3 p.m. A cordiial invitation is extend- ed to all. Refreshments will be serv- ed from four o'clock. —'Miss Maud Mtoingan who has been teaching at Newark, has returned home for the summer. —Mrs. W. A. Morgan was elected delegate to \the Y. P. S. C. E. conven- tion to be held at Mooers today. July 1.—Bishop* Gabriels was at the Patent church Sunday, administering confirmation to a class of twenty-five young peopfle. Fathers Laramie and ! -•*>•»» assisted. ! Mi ! —Miss Kate Fee has returned home ! —Miss Marguerite Fitzpatrick is Pittbh visiting fid i Pt H 8TAXOISH. June 26.—tRev. and Mrs. L. W. Ward made calls in town Wednesday and Thursday. —Mrs. James Morgan and Miss Ruth Keysor visited friends in Platts- bungh recently. —S. Knight returned yesterday from a trip to Hartford, Conn. —The ice cream and strawberry so- cial held Wednesday evening was a flnancilal as well as a social success. A nice little sum is netted the Sunday school. —A party of seventeen young people of Lyon Mountain and Standish re- cently spent several days' outing at Plumadore. The party was chaperon- ed toy Mr d M N A J The time from Pittsburgh. town visiting her unole, Mr. g zpat siting friends in Port Henry. —Miss Josephine McDonald is at Mr. Mis s Downs ' returning p and Mrs. N. A. Johnson, so joyously spent no doubt in the minds of those present forms I an important epoch in their lives, i —'Mrs. James King of Twin Pond, whose death occurred on Saturday last, was buried from the R. C. church dence. Mr. Trombly intends to erect as fine a residence as there is in the county. —'Blueberry merchants have their j family! crates painted and are patiently wait-' in« for the fruit to ripen. —Chas. Conners is well and has not given up playing ball. —'Mr. John Peryea and Mrs. Gon- yea, two aged residents, were buried from here last week. —Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trombly of Chazy, spent unday here. —<T. P. Casey has purchased a very fine ?;o-cart for his littie daughter Frances. —Farmers are kept quite busy mak- ing scarecrows and replanting corn. —Messrs. Jay and Abie Bosco re- turned to their home in Lans-ingburg last Friday. ROITHE8 POIXT. June 26.—Burton Palmer and wife spent Sunday in Pittsburgh. —It is reported that the Windsor vill open July 15th. —Hardy Decora passed through here en route to his home in Altona Sat- urday. iMr. G. L. Johnson and 'bride ar- rived from their hon-eymoon trip, Sat- urday. —'Wm. FiHTitt of Albany was visit- ing friends in town this week. <Base >ball game Saturday, between Rouses Point and Swantons. It will be a hot game. Do not miss it. —-The second excursion to Burling- ton will take p-lace Thursday, July the 10th, on the steamer Maquam, under —Mr. Elmer Hennessy is assisting in the post office this week during the absence of postmaster Nolan. —John Nolan has (returned from New York, where he was called by the serious illness of his sister Mary, who we are : . to lejarn is rabidly ZIP. ELLEXItl RfeJH CBXTFIt July 1.—June, 1902 has passed into history and will long be remember- ed as the cold, wet month. The mer- cury has registered lower during tihe month than any June in the memory of our oldest resident. Eleven years ago we had a very wet June, perhaps more rain fell than this June, tout it was not so cold. We have not aver- aged more than one growing day in six during the month. —Geo. W. Gilbert found a tarantula in a bunch of bananas and came near getting too near the flighting end of the 'bug, which, is poisonous. In cap- turing the thing they killed it He has it on exhibition. —Rev. Mr. Bredeniburg of Cham- pl'ain preached for us last Sunday and left a good impression and an unspok- en invitation to come again. Rev. Mr. Pettie, the regullar pastor of Chamiplain, will preach for us next Sunday. -^C. P. Fifield and Rolla Carpenter went to the city (Wednesday morning •* , i with Thomas Baxter's household the auspices of the Presbyterian | go0 (} S . church. A good ride and a pleasant j —Charles Watson and mother of the trip for only fifty _cents. I granite town came up for over Sun- day and returned Monday afternoon. —Our Star mail carrier had a run- •ay here the other day. An inflated here Monday. —Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ALONG THE AUSABLE. PERT June 27.—Mr. L. Merrill met painful accident this morning he was about to step into the carriage his horse became frightened, throwing him heavily to the ground, he land- ing on his shoulder, dislocating it. The horse ran across the bridge and was caught in front of Molntyre's store, —Miss Elizabeth Rabideau leave: today to spend the summer at the Chasm House. —Mr. H. H. Everest has sold many handsome carriages in town. Riulbbeir tire seems to be the go. —Mrs. Sam Smith and family at- tended the P. H. S. graduating exercis —Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McNally of Keeseville, visited at the Davarn House Sunday. —<Miss Ella Fitzpatrick is spending j the week with her sister Mamie. 1 —Mr. Goyette had the fingers of his right hand badly out and bruised at Mason's Mill last Saturday. Mr. Goy- ette is a very fine workman from Canada and has been in Mr. Mason's employ since early spring. It is hoped that amputation will not foe necessary. —Leslie dough has an assistant un- dertaker. The 'lad weighs e'ght pounds. Both mother and babe are doing well. —The Dorimg family from; Montreal arrived at the Sunny Side Farm Sat- urday for the summer. —No matter where you go the Fourth come back in time to attend the lawn party; don't miss that. Clayburgh, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Keysor Tuesday and 'Wednesday. —Walter Tedford has gone to Sar- anac Lake and is employed on the passenger train between that place and Lake Placid for an indefinite length of time. —Alex Baiikouski who was employ- ed at the Little Mines, was seriously hurt yesterday. Mr. James Ross, ov- erseer of the mines, and Bairkouski, were standing side by side when a large stone fell from some distance above them, striking Barkouski on the hip, severing the flesh from the ibone. Dr. Wm. Brown of Lyon Moun- tain, was quickly summoned and made the patient as comfortable as medical skill could. Statement of Strawberry and Ice Cream social held at Standish June 24th for the •benefit of the M. E. Sun- day school:—gross receipts, $39.31; disbursements: strawberries, $6.72; express and telegram for berries, $1.19; oranges and bananas, $8.0-8; candy and peanuts, $1.29; net pro- ceeds turned over to 'the Treasurer, $22.03. W. F. Morgan, 'Secretary. Keysor of I —'Mrs. H. H. Everest is ins Platts- 1 b h f ht t —Chas. Fitch of Troy is visiting rel- ;ives a few days this woek. —E. Goodseii of Isle La Motte made a business trip to this town Monday. umbrella rolled in ahead of the team —The tug^S't. George, was in^port j an~d~'they *cuT sticks then \right away Tuesday with three, boats of sand for Cha.mibly. P. Q. —The Boston Bloomers, the only female base ball club, will play the Rouses Point team July I0th. —A daughter was bprn to Mr. and s. Geo. Butler June 24th. —All ye bicycle riders when ; He wants the whole road or none and ended in demolishing the wagon and damaging the harness but in no way injuring the horses. —Our stage is a half hour later at night since the new change on the railroad. It is nearly ten p. m. when -u. C-OOPEKVIMiE June 30.—Mirs. O. E. Minckler and riOas Martha Clark of Chazy, were •the gtrest'S of their sister, Mrs. Jas. \Xalfi S!a,trnrday afternoon. —Mr. Lewis Baker spent Sunday at West Chazy. —Mr. Jas. Yale went to Plattsburgh Monday as a delegate to the Repub- lican County Convention. — Mrs. Thompson of Essex returned 'fwaum . Friday after spending a few .-dkyS'W'ith her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hen- TJ King at the Bay. —Miss Edith of Swan ton is visiting ;':fcer sister, Mrs. F. D. Mooers. —Miss Edith Ladd is visiting friends tM jJHtxtsburgh. —-Mrs, David O'Brien is sick and -Prin. L. R. BowdN:h was visiting nds in town this week. —Republican caucus to be held Sat- urday at the Hose rooms. —Water rent due July 1 at H. A. Sabourin's meat market. —The promenade given by the Jun- iors of the Rouses Point High school, was well attended and a very pleasant time was reported. A. —iMenritt Elmo re of Lansing, Mich-, get our mail now. —Miss Blanche Gale is visiting her T -- j cousin, Miss Debbie McGregor, of the a t i Depot at present. —Our town assessors are tramping the town over to see if the fences are up properly and fixing values for an- other year. —Miss Nettie Delong, Miss Mabel Paker and Miss Ada Carpenter occupy their own homes again. —Mrs. Dr. Cari>enter started for Colorado Monday morning with her daughter 'Ethel, for the summer va- cation and a visit to Mrs. Carpenter's SCHPVLKBFALtS July 1.—The funeral of Josi'ah Lorb- dell was held at his liate residence on Saturday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Petty from Champ-lain, preached, assisted by Rev. Mr. Bradford. The funeral was ery large one, showing how highly he was respected by the people in this and neighboring towns. \—iMi\ and Mrs. Bisnette from Bur- lington are here called by the death of Mr. Ldbdell. . —Mrs. Herbert Normandeau and son from New Jersey, are at Mrs. Julia Good's. —Misses Nellie, Alma and Rose Nor- miandeiau are with their grandmother, for their summer vacation. —Bessie Lyon spent the past week in AUbany. —Mrs, Ladue came home Saturday. —Mrs. Sherman and granddaughter from Pittsburgh, are at B. J. Wever's. et burgh for a short stay. —Miss Sadie Sherman leaves today to visit friends in Keesevi'lie. —Mr. and Mrs. Riley of Morrison- ville are visiting their daoigihiter, Mrs. George Mclntyre. —'The work of removing 1 the oli school house is nearly complete am the new one will soon be in its place. Let the good work go on. CADYVIIJL E July 1.—Martin Stwensoo has moved hiss familyy too Loonn Lakee wheree he hass June 3£>.—On Sunday, July 6th, Rev. G. H. LeGrange will exchange pulpit! with Rev. H. F. Titus of Grown Point —Mrs. B. R. Brewster of Lake Pla- cid will be here on July 8. A sweial meeting for ladies will toe held at the First M. E. church at 3 p. m., led •by Mrs. Brewster, who will also IPC- ture at 7.30 p. m. Subject, \The Sa- Iofon Octupus.\ All are cordially in- vited to attend. —Among the strangers in town re- cently we were pleased to meet Mrsi. V. K. Moore and children of Platts- burgh; Misses Abbie Gay and Nellie Baldwin, formerly of Ausable Forks. Mrs. Byron Fuller of Peru,; Mrs. C. Stevens of western New York, for- merly Miss Cora Wilbur, and Mrs. M. Weston of Ausable Fork! —Mr. James Moore is spending: some time with his children in Lowell, Jfa«s. —<Mrs. S. G. Thomas apent a few days recently at Saranac Lake as the iguest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard John- son. —Mrs. Erwin Kerr recently enjoyed a visit at Upper Jay, withi Senator Prime's family. —The following soon intend to leave for their season's outing at the pdaces Mr. Hazen Flanders to'-Ste- vens House, Lake Placid; Mrs. Hazen FlanJdeTs to Camerson's at Ray Brook; landers to Grand \'\ Hotel; Mrs. M. Oohib and Fannie Thwaits, to Hotel 'Ausable Chasm; Mrs. S. C. Williams and son Roy to Wilmington; Messrs. George and Hen- ry Kerr to Hotel Chiamplain; Geo. Baker to tihe Interlaken. —Miss Laura Hinds is spending a short time with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Mace at Burlington. —On Tuesday last we had a remat ible hailstorm which seemed to pass hi famil t Loo Lak wher heha | p a good position with the surveyors ' ove r Arnold Hill, this village, strik- th Cht ild Jn S cmtnear Port Kent, so we hear and p on the Chateaugay railroad Jn S cmtnear Port Kent so -we hear and h di idbl —Fred Darrah of \Lyon\Mountain ' * flere .doling considerable in town Wednesday on business. ,.-None resulted^here^ however. has accepted a position with Philips | lister wiho re & Oasey as linotype operator. —Quite a few from town took in the excursion to Montreal Wednesday. —Florence Barney of Rutland is visitins friends in town. 3idea there. Haughran of Platts- 'burgh has presented) to the E. church here as a lasting memorial of i his long life spent here and the many ' saared memory spots in the unwrit- ten history of the past years. It is a valuable six octave ongan, retail CHAMPLAIW j price $400. It was trufly a needed June 26.—A boat load of sand for blessing and came as a surprise to us the work at St. Mary's church, ar- and will be appreciated iby his old rived in port last Monday. . I time friends in the long years to come. —Mrs. Edmund I^amontagne, Mas- —Our bee men are a little discour- ter George Lamontagne, Mrs. Eli Min- aged about honey production as the nie and H. S. Milliette, attended the j flowers are not as yet and colonies- graduating exercises at Plattsbwgh I are just commencing to send out new- Monday evening, j swarms. One bee man had three! iRalph Douglass returned from j swarms come out and all three swarms J —E. E. Banker of the New York Mutual was in town Wednesday do- ing a big insurance business. —An adjuster of the Prudential In- surance company was here Tuesday and paid to Chas. Wright the death claim of his child who recently died. —Dr. McCrank of Plattsfourgh was in town Thutraday on professional business. —H .L. Poquette was in Lake Pla- cid Sunday. —The Chateaugay railroad advertis- es Saturday and Sunday excursions E. WMtDord 1 of 'Morristovm, represented the Rathlbnn Dry Goods Co. in town recently. —Mrs. S. C. Williams has had her house reshingled, a new fence built in front of her house, also a new walk laid. This ail adda much to the beauty of the place. —John McAuliffe and faimily have moved into his house which he pur- I dhased of Richard Johnson and 1 which ' he has vastly improved both on the exterior and interior. Mr. McAuliffe has a'iso added much to the beauty of b i l from this place ar greatly \reduced j J\ 9 Place^tby moving^the^stable, plac- rates. \ \\ \\ iV ~ \\ —Jack Linnett is in town for a few days. —Mr. Edward Hugaboom of the Loon Lake House staff, spent Sunday in town, the guest of Miss Nettie 0'Conn.ell.. —You will not be disappointed if I ing it at the east of the barn. i —'Nearly every voter from this place attended the special town meeting at Keeseville June 27, at which meeting the town voted to accept the law con- cerning good roads as passed in the state senate last March and now the tax is payable in cash. you spend the ever glorious Fourth at j —The sawmill closed dcuwn Satiir- Cadyville. The program of sports day, June 21 far repairs, also fior the promises lots of fun. The ball game j season. Messrs. L. W. Wolfe and Chas. New York Tuesday morning. —George Harper went to Keeseville Tuesday and Wed- well lighted upon a tall post and com- pletely covered it from top to bottom. I ih t b bd p It was a sight to be remembered. —'Alex. Dwarney will be at Ellen- burgh Center sharpening razors for i Bi to the g some time. Bring your ors t th —Robert Wilt Vhis signature is on every bow of the grenuiue I Boston. ;LaxatlVe BromO=--Q:jiuiiie Tablets —.Miss Edith Gaves is visiting in Plattsburg] nesdaj'. —Frederick Purroushs has arrived from school and will spend part of his acation here. —A party of young people had a | pleasant voyage down the Richelieu ! at a reasonable pri river with the steam yacht Hilda on j » Wednesday. - J & top tli e Coash —Give the credit to whom it is due. ; the C - O | d John N. Moore our efficient police, I Laxativ e Bromo-Quinine Tablets was the wan who located Burnham. eiare a cok i i n on e £^ No cur e BO the so-called horse thief who was cap- Pay Pric e 2 5 cents. ture-J near here. ' oostoffice for him to sharpen if you want them done In a fine manner and Work off vil\ be hotly contested. The band will Danforth are now enjoyi: discouse lively music. The dancing earned vacation. pavilion is in fine shape. A good din-' ner will be served. A fitting climax | WILMIX^TOX. will ! be the grand ball at night. The , July 1.—Julia Mailburn has gone to Foresters never do things by halves j piatitsburgh for the summer season. and are bound to make this the best celebration in Clinton county. —Ivis, the' little three-year-old daughter of Geo. Favaro, died Tues- day after a long illness induced by an attack of measLes. eturned from [ MILK PRORUCERS 8UOILU iti:vi> WILBUR ATWOOD, WEST CHftZY, N. Y. ! 4L0NG THE CHATEADGAT RRI>FOKI> June 25.—Shall we ever have sum- mer weather? is the auestion now. —Rev. E. C. Laramie who has been away on a two weeks' vacation re- turned home on Wednesday. We hone Rev. Father Dion who replaced him will remain with us awhile yet. hool at the convent closes July 3d. An entertainment will be given by the children. Let all attend. —Mrs. I'ert To-rmey and little son Harold, from Wad hams Mills, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Good. —Mr. and Mrs. L. Tulip, Jr., visit- ed in Pittsburgh and Chazy this (igene Flanders spent Tues- iv in town the guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. Haynes. —Rev. Sister Super! this [ lias accepted Lake and left SiRAXAl . July 1.—Rev. W. J. Chapman has been engaged to deliver an address at the W. R. C. hall July 4th at 11 o'clock on \The Signs of the Times.\ Every one cordially invited. Remember the hO''-r. —Miss Sara Cane who has spent the winter in ^Xew York city, is visiting her parentsWjt present. —Misses^Bessie and Myra Signor leave today for Loon Lake. Miss Stor- ey of Poultney, who has been the guest of Miss Bessie the past week, accompanied them. —Several children of N. Defyatt and D. H. Kirk are ill with scarlet fever, but are reported on the gain. —'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hooey have returned from Owl's Head. —Arthur Chapman of Middletown. Conn., is visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Chapman for a few days. Mr. Chapman is a senior at Westleyan Uni- versity and pitcher in the baseball team that played against the famous Princeton team a few weeks ago. —The Women's Foreign Missionary H'ieiy elected officers Friday as fof- lows: President. Mrs. E. R. Stan-ton- Vkc-ILc=:dems. ; Mr.. \Y. J. Chapman, Mrs. T. D. Brown; Secretary, Mis. —John ^s T ye is rebuilding bis barn. —Children's Day was well attended at the Congregational church last Sun- ciay. The exercises were excellent and the children did remarkably well. A good collection was taken for the Congregational Educational society. —The Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Miss Nellie Mihill Thursday. PERI July 1.—Mr. O. N. Chittenden of Plattsbuhrgh has opened a t^n, stove, plumbing shop in the brick building l the south side of the river in Peru. He is a tends rst class workman and in- carry a full line of stove paints and tinware. Give him a call. —Mr. Samuel Moore ana daughter of New Jersey, are the guests of Mr. Al'bert Mason. —Our road commissioner is putting the lake road in fine shape. —Mason & Sons have commenced building the new scnool house. —School Commissioner MeOasiand was in Peru on business recently. —Bids are advertised for the school bonds. ! —Mr. Dams Clark and family have returned from their visit at Bioom- inedale. —Mr. John McKee of Chicago has a position with Sherman & .Allen at Harkness. —Deacon H .C. Merrill had the mis- fortune of being thrown and dragged by his borse, putting his right shoul- der out of joint. Dr. DeGrandpre put B LOOM IXGDiLE. Juily 1.—A-large delegation from this Scrofula It is commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, pony children are afflicted -with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. Common indications are bunches ia the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup- tions, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, rickets, catarrh, wasting, and general debility. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Eradicate it, positively and absolute- ly. This statement is based on the thousands of permanent cures these medicines have wrought. \ My daughter had scrofula, with eleven sores on her neck and abont her ears. Hood's Sarsaparilla was highly recommended and she took it and was cored. Sbe is now in good health.\ Mas. J. H. Joints, Parker City, Ind. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. Troy-Montreal Express De- railed Wednesday Morn- ing: and Six Seri- ously Injured. Beanington Vt, July 2.—Troy-Mont- real express, on the Boston and Maine road was derailed at a switcfh, Hoosick N. Y. about seven, mides from this city at 8 o'clock this morning, A PLANET JR. Cultivator is higher priced than oth- er makes, but wears 'longer and does better work, so Is daeape** in th& end. We bJave them and kno*v they will suit. Also IRON AGE AND place started fof Elizalbethtown this ! a\bout 25 parsons being iniured, morning. The most of tihem were call- ed as witnesses on the MoGrath in- cendiary case which comes before tfie grand jury at this- term of court. , —S. W. Barnard who <is candidate; seriously and one probably fatally. The seriously injured are. Hutkensiuse, AJllen, of Philadelphia, fourteen years of age, injuHies to back. for the nomination of Memfber of As- j Will prabWy\d^~ Provm\^ John sembly from this county, and Hon. J. ; Baggagemaster of Rutland ibac'k and' H. Pierce, are attending the conven-[side injured; _ O'Brien, 'Daniel, tion at Elizabethtown. —'Roibt. Gill who'has a position with Walton Bros., Lake Pllacid, spent Sun- day with his family here. —'Miss Harriet Flanders had the misfortune to slip on a board walk and fall and 'break her arm 1 Hast Tues- day. The fracture was reduced by Dr. Ncibfle and at present she is doing very nicely. —The Catholics will hold their an- nual- pircnic July 4th in the .grore be- tween the village and C Dewey's Sun- ny Side cottage. G. Maloney will give a ball the same evening in his new hall at tbe American House. —iM&rs. Howley and children of New York arrived'last Friday for the sum- mer. They are stopping with Mrs. J. B. Miller. Mr. Howley will join them later, —Martin Dodge who works at Loon Lake spent Sunday in town with Mrs. Dbd#e. —Mrs. N. D. -Barnard is visiting friends at Lake dear. j; OBrien, Daniel, oi Adams, Sfass.; Doyle, William of New York.'. Sheldon, Vt; Hutchinson, J. R. o: Parsons, R. B., Con- | ductor. of Rutland. The train was the regular night ex- press to Montreal, ovepr the Boston & Maim?, and was made up of four pas- senger coaches and a comMnation ca r . While passing over tine swifceh. a loose wheel of the combination car caught between the rails and tine care were derailed, three coaches being totally wrecked. The injured iwere brought AMONG THE ISLANDS. ISLE I.A MOTTR. July 1.—'Mrs..' F. H. Severance and children of Buffalo ar ein flown for the summer. — Miss Agnes GoodseH gave a dance at the Town. Hall Monday night. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all. —JE. R. Reynolds, has a man from New York to decorate some of the rooms in his house. —iM. S. Thomas has foottigiht of R. W. Hill 25 aores of land on the west shore of the Island. —>Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ford are re- here • and the seriously injured taken to the hospital. Tfae tender and four cars including the mail car rolled down an emibankmient into tihe trestle work of the Bennington & Hoosfcck Galley railroad company's Coal pits. The last car tetescoped the car ahead. Doctors from Hooeick Falls immed- iately responded to the telephone sum- mons for assistance. The accident occured one mile west of White Creek N. Y. The train belonged to the Jtuilland railroad and was running over the I Boston & -Maine railway iby a tHack- !aeo agreement. It left Trov N. Y. at 6:55 thfs morning. According to the report filed by Conductor Parsons, o-f the derailed train who was fflmself ; slightly injured, the Mat of injured in- cludes Mrs E. A\ Sessions, or Brook lyn, who received cuts on the face. This same report gives the name of a Philadelphia boy who was injured Allen Rubkms. EARLY CABLE TO MJANILA. Under Certain Conditions It May Be in Operation by Jan. 2, 1904. Washington, July 2.— The Cabinet yesterday considered a proposition of the Commtmcal Pacific C&fcle Company joicing over the W-rtih of a daughter, j to have a submarine telegraph line in —Mrs. J. W. Holcombe and Miss j operation between Saa Francisco and Helena Carswell of Rouses Point, fere in town over Sunday. —Thursday evening, July 3d, at the Manila, by way of Honolulu an& Guam by Jan. 1. 1904 if the Navy Depart- ment^ would give it t2ie benefit\ of the M. E. churci/there \will be \a' sort of ! f T a ^ flc surveys made by the \steamer ainniversary of Methodism, after which ! Nero, ice cream and cake will be served in the vestry. „„,„ ISIC •.:-. x'HE CANAL BILL. Washington, July 1.—The President signed the Isthmian Canal bill late Saturday night. His signature was affixed to the bill with an ordinary steel pen, which is now the property [sthmian Canal Commission. It is .ected Admiral Walker will be ap- pointed a member of the commission :o superintend the construction of tihe sanail. The understanding is that the Presi- Mmt will proceed wMSh the greatest possible speed to investigate the title hich the new Paniama Canal Com- pany proposes to give to the proper- ties and franchises it offers to sell for 40.000,000. The investigation -will be made by the Attorney General, and will (be as through pnd as searaKing as 't is possible to m-^e it. Meanwhile, Department of State will, as rapiidly as it ls'a>ble, arrange with Col- >mbia for the concisions that will be •equired before there can be a pur- •hase from the Panama Canal Com- \I owe my life to Burdock Blood Jitters. Scrofulous sores covered my i>ody. I seemed beyond en ire. B. B. B. ias made me a perfectly well wo- \ Mrs. Charles Button, Berville. London is considered a crowded city -et 9.4 per cent of its inhabitants oc- cupy one-room tenements, whereas in Botabay it is 30 per cent. A (household necessity. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. He/r.ls burns, cuts, vounds of any sort; cures sore throat, rouip, catarrh, asthma; never fails. It i was expected that the company would not have the line in operation until fully a year after that date ow- ing to the supposed necessity of mak- ing its own surveys. Tie request of the company will pro- bably be granted >f the United Pt.*-.\~ Government gets preferential cable rates and tne line does not go out- side American territory. In discussing the matter to-day toe • \ • \ the Cabinet regarded \ and they are e to the cable also enter into nent to let this Government have the sole use of its line in tfme of war. There will be no difficulty in lay- ing an all-American cable. DECISIVE? BATTLE EXPECTED. Fate of Venezuelan Government to Be Settled Soon. Washington, July 2.—The .Navy De- partment received a telegram this af- ternoon from Commander McLean of the cruiser Cincinnati, the senior Am- erican naval officer at LaGuayra, Ven ezuela, iu which he said that the- cru- ispr Topeka reaahed LolGuayra today from a visit of inspection to Puerto Calbello and Barcelona, and had gone to Guanta, to see if tlhere were any Aimeridan interests at that place Ilhat needed protection. This was the only information that came to the Government today from the scene of the disturbances int Ven- ezuela. The State Department is ex- pecting news of a decisive battle be- tween the forces of President Castro and those of Gen. Matos, the revolut- PLANET JR. garden tools, Our line of implements is complete and prices law. \\ ' '**• & Marshall 14 BRICKIE STREET PLATTSBURGH STEBSWIART—tPLUNKETT.—At the Baptist parsonage. West Plattaburgh, June 28, 1902, toy the Rev. K B. Man- ning, Mov Frank Stewart, of Rutland, Vt., and Miss Agnes Phmkett, of Plattatourgh. DAVJS-^BAiNKIElEL—At the M, E. parsonage in Lyon Mountain, June 30, 150*2, Mr. Orin Davis, of Lcftm Moun- tain, and Miss Mattie Banker, of Schuyler Falls. ST. JOHN—iln Oooperville,Jtttie 29, '02, a dSaughter to MSv andi Mrs. Har- mon St John. OLOU<3tH.-tm Peru. June 28, 1902, a son (Kenneth) to Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Cloujsh. &T. LKAGUJK. decemeal before i t Years of suffering relieved in a igh't. Itching piles yield at onc5 to he curativ'e ptropertiee of Doan's ment. Never fails. At any drug store, 50 cents. busy bees have to visit 3.000.000 blossoms in order to gather a pound of honey and do not get it tihemselves at that. For forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex- rnact of Wild Strawberry has been IT ing summer complaint, dysentery diarrhoea, fclordy flux, pain in the itomach, and I: has never yet failed to do everything claimed for it. YEATMAN A DEFAULTER. Dead Disbursing Clerk Found Tfe Have Embezzled $18,000. : 4 Washington, July 2.—District A-t$»r- ney Gould announced yesterday In the Probtate Court that William S. Yeat- , the manipula- his death, April 20, 1901, a defaulter. So far as now known the alleged de- falcation amounts to about $18,000. The government will take steps to recover the full amount. The defalcation, Mr. Gould announc- ed was only recently discovered, and was effected through ' \ tion of vouchers. o c Mr. Gould's announcement was made when the attorneys for the adminis- trator of the leatman estate to-day presented ttoeir accounts asnd asked distribution of the estate. The court suspended action on the account The alleged defalcations cover a long per- iod and in amount exceed the assets of the Yeatman eetate. Under the law; the government claim has priorfty. Composed ar Canton, Ogdensbnr*, Kingston and CiauanoH|«e. T!he S t Lawrence river Ibasefaall lea- gue is now a reality and tfce prospects are that a successful season will follow the organization, says the Ogdensburg News. Kingston, Gaiianoqu©, Caniton, and Otgdenslbujrg are the nines which; will comjpose the league. Canton comes in strong.' George Adams, who was with 0®densburg last year, is to act as manager, and will bring a team of nine men th«re this week. Rus- aeH of Canton, will be the only home player. Of the composition of the other teams all patrons of the game ihave an excellent idea, as all have played several games this season. At a recent meeting in Qgdenaburg George Duquette represented! Ganano- pue, \Chaucer\ Elliott Kingston, Fred: J. Wheeler Canton and Robert Lovely Ogdensbwrg. The officers were, Pres- ident, <3. T. Green, Gananoque, viioe- president, B. S. Elliott, Kingston, sec- retaa-y, F. J. Wheeler, Canton, treasur- er, J. H. Noonan, Otgdenetourg, the >fffcers to form the executive comimat- Phe season is to open Judy 7 and close >n Aug. 29. The home umpire waa idopted, subject to removal should >rotest against them he filed and sustained. SpaUlding rules were idopted. The following is the schedule: Canton at Ogdensburg, July 8> 11, 21, Aug. 5, 19; at Gananoque, July 12, 26, Aug. 9, 23; at Kingston, July 11, 25, AUK. 8. 22. Ogdenaburg at Canton, July 7, 22, Aug. 4, 18; at Gananoque, July 19, Aug. 1, 16, 26; at Kingston, July JL4, •.UigL 2, 9. 27. Gananoque at Canton, July 16, 24, utg. 7, 21; at Ogdens'burg, July 11, 30, ug. 8, 25; at Kingston, July 7, 23, ug. 16. 30. Kingston at Canton, July 16, 30, Aug. 12, 29; at Ogdensburg, July 15, 29, Aug. 4, 19. —The baseball game at Redford; last iaturday between the Saranac and Bedford teams resulted in favor of Bedford by a score of 11 to 6. Bat- teries—Redford, i'landers and Laport; Saranac, Piekett and T TUNNEL CAVES IN. Hill Settled Without Warning Bury- ing WorMnganen. Minerva, Ohio, July2.—-The on the Lake Erie, Alli d d ytunnel , Alliance and Wheel- , la a ing railroad near here, caved in \its en- tire length early today. Work waa begun some time ago to uncover and make a cut of the hill and this had fbeen partially done. A few of the men had gone to work this morning and a hundred men iwere pre- paring to go in when without warning the entire hill settled down on. the tracks. Jusir how many men were caught and injured is not known, but all the doctors from here (have been taken to the scene. Traffic on the road will he stopped for quite awhile as a result of The Columbia, which sailed from Boston in 'September, 1787 waa the first ship that carried the Stars and Stripes completely round the world.

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