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b r o u g h t t o t h o a t t e n t i o n of A t t o r n e y
n e i g h b u f i n g village j u s t • "
Last Wednesday
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General H a r m o n . The l a u d - m a r k in
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b e t w e e n t h e U n i t e d ' s t a t e s a n d o v e r o u r v i l l a g e a n d s u r r o u n d i n g ' f wo faec ii oo nn ss :;ei" . ' S M N S t h e ,'1 <v » 1 jure Navigation on the Lakes.
C a n a d a in F c a n U h n c o u n t y .
T h e community Wedne • ay in ninj.' b\ d ad r n d rlie <v ' r
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Carru-rs- Assoclutioa Making a
f icts a s r e p o r t e r to t h e a t l o i n e v the neNVS that Henry Kelses \v is c i g a ' . d •>iii'\"; i. ; •
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g a m e d by t h i s m o v e is t o b r i n g a called for help, but before help coul^ )f t h e peu'p! ' 1 gal pr> • L ' d l ! '
' great lakes. T w o distinct interests
I n t e r e h t . n ^ n>'\v- a u 1 ir i-^'ell m e n u s b u i l d i n g o w n e d b y t h e offender p a r t l y reach h u r, her husband was dead t a k e n to c o m p e l t h e m to d o so, *fe ai ' 1- ayed a g a i n s t each o t h e r in the
m a t ' f r \v.;' he foer.d on all six p a g e s w i t h i n t h e b o u n d a r i e s of C a n a d a ajad Henry G. Keisey was born in a small W ; i d d i n g t o n , a s well ,is ott.er t o w n ^ o a t t e r - t h e p»ople of Chicago on one
au and t h e n l i g a t i o n interests of tiie
p a r t l y in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s .
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s u g g e s t s , w a s t o e n a b l e t h e t r e s p a s s e r and in which he has since lived nn r e l e g a t e d t o t h e back s e a t s the b e t t e r ijuieh has for y e a r s polluted t h e city
tlie IA > ley m - ' i t i i ! . n in t h a t cits
to e s c a p e t h e p e n a l t i e s of t h e c u s t o m s exemplary life, and in which he died for t h e village. W h e r e v e r y o u find 'and Lake Michigan for m a n y miles,
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Potsdam
l a w s a n d o t h e r r e s t r i c t i o n s o n t h e He Nvas a man of probity, honored t h e m r u n n i n g t h e m a c h i n e y m find rendering the w a t e r impure a n d threa-tp a t e n t s f. r il' , '.i,:kc!inii).\
sale of l i q u o r in h i s s a l o o n b y m a k i n g and respected by all who had dealings a p l a c e A h a t is l a c k i n g in e n t e r p r i s e . «ung t h e h e a l t h of t h e city. T h e shipping people contend t h a t , in furnishing
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it d o u b t f u l w h e t h e r h i s offense wab with him, or who knew him, as a a n d p r o s p e r i t y . " *ater
to drain t h e city and carry off its
last S a t iru i\ m i n i n ^ b Mrs Phillips?
c o m m i t t e d , w i t h i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s neighbor ^and friend.
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H a r m o n h a s called t h e a t t e n t i o n of district was formed he took an
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T h e sni'je'-t of tlie s e r m o n in (he t h e S t a t e d e p a r t m e n t -to 'the m a t t e r
active part. He was .elected one o! a b o u t six m o n t h s a.uo, a n d h a s been ffase of t h e w a t e r will reach. I t is y o u h e r e a f e w s a m p l e c u t s f r o m o u r s t o c k .
I; i tist ••l.nreii n e x t Sutnl.iy n i o r n i i . g a n d lias a l s o d i r e c t e d U n i t e d S t a t e s
the school board and' had remained s t o p p i n g a t Piercelield F a l l s t h e pas°t »ntended t h a t bix. inches will be t h e
will he " A t h r o n e w i t h six s t e p s . " Di-it,rie$ A t t o r n e y P o u c h e r for t h e
an active member until the present t h r e e m o n t h s , b o u g h t a n e w W i n c h e s I n t h e e v e n i n g , " F a d i n g le i v e s . "
T | e L a k e Carriers' association is
n o r t h e r n d i s t r i c t of N e w Y o r k t o in- year when he declined!a re-election.
t e r rifle a t T u p p e r L a k e a n d on F r i d a y
a a | | n g t h e .greatest fight a f 4 i n s t t h e
(.)n a c c o u n t of t h e G r a n g o hall v e s t i g a t e t h e affair.
He has always taken • an active and w e n t Nvith h i s b r o t h e r - i n d a w t o §Jwl ^ | 1 . I t is said by t h e s e representbeing
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Eugene F. Chamberlain.
p u r p o s e s t h e G r a n g e social ang a n a n d , L a k e Hurojn will be
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Eugene Francis Chamberlain, one
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Is claimed 4 h a t L a k e H u r o n will b e
T h e b a s e b a l l t e a m f r o m t h e B r a s h e r c i t y F r i d a y , S e p t e m b e r 6 t h , a g e d 47 t i e w a s a w o r t h y M a s o n , a m e m b e r t r a i n c a m e a l o n g , w h e n h e J&s (lis affected because t h e S t r a i t s of Mackarid W i n t h r o p - U n i o n S c h o o l c a m e y e a r s .
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,.-,o making a protest a g a i n s t t h e
wt i t - \ ictui i"iK LA a M o r e of 25 Ic t o V i r g i n i a C i t y , N e v a d a , a n d from ' i m e .its t r e a s u r e r .
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T o e e d i t o r i I t . . ' - K- Vl-'W "1 Review- '
Mrs P h i t t P a l m e r v i s i t e d trn l.ds m
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2so; '4U J—Biut- Rough riutli, trimmed •
a r e e x p e c t e d t o be p r e s e n t a a d s p e a k M d o n e t h e past week.
limis scN era i n c i d e n t s in this fall's Aihino cucumbers.
Last spfing h,*
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and a trifle longer t h a n the prveeding
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Rev. H . E To'.vnsend, of W i n t h r o p .
Mrs. A r t h e r Ellis is in v e r y poor political S i t u a t i o n Oil wb^ch ^ f # I f e Ti hbmjjrht
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C h a u n c y G a g e a n d f a m i l y a r e at t h e W o r l d " for ( M o b e r ; the p a r t vines It produced were u n u s u a l l y thrifmeetiifg S u n d a y e v e n i n g
T h e delet h e il-.-ld.-nt
! g a t e s a n d all o t h e r s a t t e n d i n g a r e t h e i r old h o m e .
p l a y e d b} t h e l i q u o r q u e s t i o n in t h e ty, vigorous a n d h e a l t h y looking. Pres\ 1 i A ,. r
••. irr ni'jtn m a y call * n quest, d t o call u p o n t h e p istor,
ri S. R.igers a n d W m . W o o d of Ne.'" Y H'k c a m p . u ; n is v e r y e l i . u l y ently they Nvere thickly set w i t h t e n d e r
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M> di> 1. v i d i a n or a Rev. W A T u t t l e , or M r s A. K L i s b o n w e r e t h e guests, of if. S u p e r described. T h e p r e s r t t dilh'-'dlies of encumbers, and Mr. Hamilton w a s surprised to find t h a t each one was as
t .'' . at' 1 il
e P I ikes a c . i n i p l a m t Mure-in, tor d i r e c t i o n t o places of o n e d a y t h e p a s t ' w e - k
t h e V. S. T r - . i s u r y a n d t h e b e a r i n g | "^ h i t „ ^ m ; i ^ . T h e y are go Kb t h o u g h .
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It a iieNvs e n t e r t a i n m e n t , w h i c h will be fret1.
d i a r i e s M u n s o n a n d wife a t t e n d e d 'Hereof on n a t i o n a l politics, re d s - ' of good;size, as crisp and well flavored
p ip» l pi 'i*s - a h t H'tl-ction on a
J s' LEE Clerk.
tiie fair a t W a l e s a n d r e p o r t a good e.issed. T h e op.-nii i; of t h " A t l u i t a ' a s the best fruit of the kind in the
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XXX'X Astrakhan, 3J iLchps long.
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Canton, Oct 4, 1M95.
time.
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Only to Cities a n d Large T o w n s .
gath.-rin 's at L m i s v i h e a n d Cnick.i , c o l o r p i , ; , . ^ . , \n a few days-to a chalky
M , " f H " t h it i l . e pi • ; . ' • b e l i e v e NN h a t
i... ' i at % vi'A K.•"!'•! ate price.
T h e n e w election lav," jtrovides t h a t f-w days with her sist-r Mrs. Join,
uiaUK'i. tii*- niti-rn ttion.d > ... -lit r v - a n e , and v.-heB they are fit for the taa n e d ' l ' . r -.IN ,. W h il TI I d A y c r s a y s
Currier
the
past
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a n i l l i t e r a t e v o t e r or o n e p h j s i c a l l y
W " ai-w ;i,'i\' thi'se W'xil Stal
i nts ii" rig.ii".
H. Super spent a few days with in-, h iscu, tl.e b u n , i : n g of A i i e r n ,ni bit tiiey are as white, nearly, as snow,
d i s a b l e d t r o m c a s t i n g h i s b i l l o t uncalifs that ari' -o poji'ilar because so
b a t l e s h i p s a n d L . r d Wols. J,.J A ap- They are a t n o time g r e e n in color,
M. L a u r e n c e c u i m t y is rich in a s s i s t e d , m u s t d e c l a r e a t t h e t i m e of friends in Lisdonand Ogdensburg the
p m i ' u i e n t a s C o i n m K d e r in ( hief of p ) F T E E N H O U R S U N D E R WATER.
ihiAt'"le. Tia'V are ')•) mi'iu's long
m i n e r a l s a n d new discoveries- a r e r e g i s t r a t i o n u n d e r o a t h t h a t he is u n past week.
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t n e B'-itish A n n , , a r " aiaoi g t!fc Crew of a New French Boat \V1U Perform
e..n-iaiitl_N i» i i . _ ' m el'- T h e l a t e s t is a b l e t o w r i t e or p r e p a r e h i s ballot on
Mrs. Mc.sy Doughty of Brasier was
a Novel Feat.
wijii m.iir.'ii a:ul t h t l . ' t trim'-.iin^s,
t " p ; c s m c h i le I in the icoiitii - sul-vt y
a inie t m m . ' in t h e t.,\N n uf P i t e a i r n ,
the guest of Mrs. Edwai-i Munson
a c c o u n t of t o t a l b l i n d n e s s , loss of both
ar" lie.ui'i.u 1\ nia '••. and Hie a very
T h e M a d a g a s c a r c . m p a i g n , 'Mn- n i a s ' A submarine b o a t has just been built
a n d p i ' e - e n ' im
iti"iis p a n t to a i n a n ( j S i o r s u e h t o t a j i n h > m i t y ,,f the past week.
h i ^ l i g i a d c g a l n.••:.'..
A!.-<> e i a - i p e r
s icrc id" rniss,oii.,i'i's m t'iiina. t h e a t Paris for t h e Brazilian-.government.
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Again the death augel has called Arriif nian ipi< sMo« and pn>„i.-s.s in the hull of Nvhich has been fashioned
h a s been blasted t o j e i t h e r or b o t h h a n d s t h a t h e will be
fape>_;li.it we ti',i; t "iiipaiv with any
in t h r e e distinct castings of g u n bronze.
t h e d I .il .'t
from our midst one of our "ldtst and ! South Africa und-r t-cil Uiiodes The water-diving craft is shaped like a
•n teet a n d t h e m i c a : a n a h u , t 0 J o t ( 1 u n a 8 S l s t e d , or t h a t is
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a t t ( . e pi ice.
a p ; •• i i - t i '<«• !...'••. i l m n d a n t a n d o f a I s c n p p l e d H» t h a t h e c a n n o t e n t . r a r i c ' i e s t e e m e d friend-i a i . d n e i g b n o r s i \N hose p o i a r a i t s-I-NCS a s th, l rout is- cigar, t r u e to t h e J u l e s Verne predictine . j - n i t y
- .i. 'i \ is,,:- 1 l a t c h ..t , l h ( l , „ l 0 t h a l o n t % t h e u a t u r e 0 f NN h i . h Mrs. Xelso'i S t i c k n e y . S h e h a s been : p a c e of t h i s number- of the U v i e v v i tion in "TNventy T h o u s a n d Leagues t"ne ooo
1' .'!'' U l! t- I- -aid, o g u n / ' a su>ek
a g r e a t s i i l i e r e r from c n i c e r tor t h e i f U v m a t t e r s ,,f m'c r n . , t " i n .1 m rarest d e r t h e S c a . " E x p e r i m e n t s Nvith these
lnririnities he mast declare at the
i 'imp in\
l" th deNel .peinelit ot the
pastvear. We feel'that oar loss is v, hi. h also p,„s.under editorial r e - ' b o a t s h a ? T ? r°?f , c o n c l B s i T o l y ? . a t
time. The above provision leqmraig
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•'thev are habitable bv a erew. The
Iniue
supply of fresh a u on t h e T b o a t is rc-
SIX PAGES/
LOCAL l'FOS.
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Fur Capes
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•ii l . i c n of Canton vrak
i-. v.eek clrrged with
s •, ne letters through the
the oath at the time of registry ^ p
plies only to cities and villages havmg a population of over 5,000, when
pt rsyijal registration is required, and
J
her gain. Deceased was in the , th n e v e d from reservoir t-.-«»a b e s of oxygen
!
year of her age and leaves a husband
Yes, Land Kim T h e P a p e r .
1UU} the vitiated air i s f o r e w l d o w n w a r d
two sous and two daughters, he-i As
Bu k i n d to \ u i . r lici^hlmr ,,ad l<>n<i m t o t h e s c a by pumps, which work aua large circle of friends to mourn her hini yo'ir \i tp-T to r. .ut II lm J o ( 8 tomatieally. T h e crew will consist of
not to country districts, where the loss.
not take it, don't hunul w him bv •ftDoffiJer a m i tAV0 m o n ' w h o c a n u i t h "
N'.ay *afp In the lain! uf the white Mx-ii
Compeli.n^hii.ito
oath may be'taken at the time tl
: iski"lAt hut te'Y { oat diia^lty remain under Nvater for
Immortals,
,
»'j fifteen hours,
N'D mure will she wander uer llft'.i sturmy
voting
way,
it own v iirre he can nml i! as soon i T h e hoat is fitted with an electric
Sh- 'ins setm the fair city and passeu
CotHity Board of Trade.
ash? w.'ints it. \) 'n't h" s u un ( motor of two-horse power, whioh will
through its jMirtals
Her uartk right Is ended lu eternal day,
elwritahle.'istoliiiii'it h-iMi^lip i^.! enable her to make eight knots an
CANTON, Oct. 7.
HEI P A LITTLE
i:;st as ahle to IUY
..,,... ! l'" ur ' sllL ' U a l h 0 f«r"^cd with oars.
. iy for
tor irir lis
Us v,,n
ymi ai>
At the Canton board Saturday,
bimilar in sluipfe to a duck's foot, by
Her Hand Picked to Pieces,
Undoubtedly he has pnv.it
I nib 1 Mates mails. Ratun was
aiiainge i l» t->re l' S t'oinniissioner
K L >:•• <\\J: at o^lenshurg. The
letters 'Acre wiUf'-n to Nellie Holmes
a U \po'i.Id irirl at Purlin^ton, Vt
lie pi-ailed not multr and bail was
tivil at ^l.no'i
Heine; unable to
there were 37 cheese factories repretuniNh hail Haeoii was Wiken to
sented, with an offering of 2,.')i)u
('.llltollj.lll.
cheese, and 15 creameries offered 950
Carl HHTinim of (.tydsnaburg was
packages of butter. The twin cheese
attacked by hi^hwaj meu and robbed were sold late in the evening at 9ic
uf?i)2o and a valuable gold watch Large tubs of butter were sold at
last week Tuesday night near 21ic and the small tubs at 22c. per
Gonanoque, Ont.' Mr. Herrimaia was pound. Canton was a general center
attending the fair at that place for of business for the county, and th*
buyers were used not a little, the
been out in the country looking at sales were much larger than the
some stock. It was on bis return to registry. It was the liveliest market
town that his horse was stopped by of the 8eason. A' year ago cheese
one man, while nnosier dragged him was sold on this board at 10c. and
inun IIN liug"gr from behind while butter at 24c.
another lielpt'd fi;u through his
M. R. WAIT, Secretary
cloth- ^ Mr Ilemman was wverely
liijaivd iUi.1 lib eloihing nearly allj A Brushton Constable Shot
t"i-ii "if
•
II Constable Webster Kimball, of
Iliad
mi tn th. new furniture in' Brushton, waBshot last week Tues-
n1 1
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St. John's, chini •h mentioned last! ^
week is a IIHW altar. It is uf polished Brushton
in W a r r e n
while
S^ttis store at
undertaking to
ash, very pretty in design and an apprehend burglars who had broken
ornament tn the chueh. On the into the store. Mr. Kimball lives
inscription across the street, and being awakened
' il"lv, Holy, HuhV' then on the by noise made by the burglars,
fnmt lower d >\vn is a monoKram dressed himself and went to the store.
lin'k in relief is. the
I, H. S." He got within two feet of one of the
with the Gret'k letters Alpha and burglars before his presence wag
Onkv'aonehher side. Then along detected by them, when they turned
the bottom is the inscription also in upon fiim, shooting three times, and
I'-iinpusfii oi tne letters
l,
klW ''
Tho nhnwh ia
e reason.- - i ; ) c a n s 0f WJ1J(.J1 srne c a n ^ 0 roVi-ea j n
Mary Pelno, of Potsdam is employ- for not taking it. lvrh.ip^ he lm^ any direction in ease of aooid'ent to her
ed in the pant factory of Wilson & conscientious scruples against paving machinery. The absolute security of
Ti miner man of that place. Last money for a paper he can read for those on board is insured by a safety
Friday morning while engaged in nothing. Perhaps lie "g mad at the weight of twelve Ifimdred kilopmmcs
fastened under her keel, the unscrewoperating the wool picking machine editor for saying too mii-h about him,
ing of which will cause the boat to rise
her right hand suddenly became or the mean thing may have shown 'to the suriace of the water like a cork..
caught in the machine, and before his ingratitude, for a long unpaid She can be made to sink Jo any depth
she could pull it out it became literal- subscription, in which case the p a p $tto rise by taking in water ballast
Mffif $ » 88«i or expelling the same and
ly picked to pieces
Thirty-five don't amount to anything!'"
wilt always remain parallel witfithe
stitches were taken in the many won't have the dirty thing in
' I surface. The usual depth to which she
wounds. There'is some hope of house.' But he wants to read it all | is regulated to sink is about four me
the more on that accouut, just to see' tres. She can be steered either by her
saving the ibjure&member.
what the fool has to say. He has a; s-rew or her rudder, A vertical teleRobbed the Cars.
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, •r,uAl tt: rM(\ scope enables those on board to tain
bearin^
A communication from Malone nnht to think it good enough to lead ^
and criticise, though not good enough,
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says that for some time past freight
to take and pay for. So humor the;
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sidetracked along the line of the i n
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n^nfli- to A self-propelling bicycle is a Swedish
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Central Vermont has been tampered fellow and give him your papei to; i n v e n t i o £ *
read. You may Krt y< ur back up ftt'
with and the railroad officials have the editor and want the compliment,
A Mormon and a Gentile.
been on the alen trying to JppreThrough an agreement of the leaders
returned.—Ex.
of both parties in Ui^h, the coming
hend the-thieves. Last Friday then
state will send a gentihl and a Mormon
BORN.
efforts were rewarded. A large
s
RAYM0.-0n Sunday, October I, 18£>5, to Mr. to the United Statersenate, and anamount of flour, tobacco, canned
and Mrs. Allen Rayrao, a (laughter,
other featurlis that both sensors will
goods, etc., was found in the town of
be of the silver persuasion,
DIED.
Burke, six miles-; from Malone, and 8HEPPARD.-At Heuwlton, Sept. *, m
Fruit Abundant in Virginia.
4ames E. Sheppard, a native of Eugwna,
three men were arrested and taken
aged ti!) years.
Fruits and vegetables of all kinds are
to Malone, charge^ with the crime.
nnusually abundant in most parts of
At the preliminary examination be
Virginia this year, Apples have brought
only five cents a bushel in market
fore Justice Vianijfriday afternoon
towns, and tomatoes are so plentiful
an adjournment, was taken until
that often the farmers are unable to
Please announce to your readers that as the sell the loads they bring to market, and
To The Eililon
Monday and the fuspected men restriking Mr. Kimball in the chin, and leased on $500 bail. They have here- mmioi'Q ,if tho (lAlnhi-ntfirt llf
relief, "Presented by the Daughters then fled. Ono shot took effect,
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LloVd 8 (01' »"!5*
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No. 114 X. — Trimmed
with black thiliol braid1
A look at it is all you
need to convince you that it is a '-dandy". Come and see them,
You can also find children's reefers and long cloaks
:
at very moderate prices - within reafch of all.
.»••» an itin r n u All I rTUf IA0I/CTC
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