I : .V\ r .^-.;,§' ^ : ^JUL,.,^_ $15.00 12.50 12.00 10.00 DACKEIBDSH'S THE OLD RELIABLE £RPET HOUSE, HITS MOW OPEK New Carpets I FOR PRJJK6, 1884. .\• invite special attention to our fine Use of ODY BRUSSELS Blffeiow, Lowell and Hartford; also of other -triable stakes, which we offer at the low urea of from tl-JOJo $1.50 per jard. Al«o, MOQUETTE Sentinel and Ticopderogian. TICOHnDEBOCJA, If. Y. FBWAYMORNLNU, MAR. 14, 1884. B. R. Time TaM«. Trains leave Addison Junction on the D. AH.C. K. R. at follow*: BOUND SOUTH. Vail and Express 1.46 p. if. deeper 1107 •' Mixed 8.45 A.M. » 7.20P.M. BOlfXD NOBTH. Mall and Express 4.58 r. M. Sleeper 3.06 A.M. Mixed 12.45 P.M. \ , 11.00 A.M. ADDISOX KOAD. East—Leave , 6.20 A. M : Arrive 7JO p. Ji A History of tlae Ttmpmaee Movement To all trains from the Burleigh and Hal! houses. W. D. GILLIGAN and E. A. PISCHIN, Proprietors. DLVET CARPETS best quality, witk borders to match, and the gest stock and beat variety of tapestry Brussels th borders to match, that we have ever dis- yed. As immense stock of •xtra Wool Ingrains! IEAP, from 91 \%i. upward*, for best ALL- OOL GOODS in latest styles and colorings. ISO ug8, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, etc., At L-owest Prices. China Mattings season; the only complete stoek in the city, .tuple pioces now in stock. Our new Carpets save been selected with rreat re, and comprise the best and newest styles market. Our long experience enables? us to oarantee satisfaction in this department. Skilled workmen only employed to make up od lay our Carpets. .V.S. QUACKENBUSK&CO., Cor. Broadway and Third St., TROT, *T. Mails will close at the Ticonderoga Pott Office as follows: For the Sooth *.... 1.00 P.M. \ South 8.80 \ \ North 4.00 P.M. •• E&tt,tia Addison R.R... 8.30 »« MAILS ARRIVE. From the Sooth 1.30 p. M. South 5.20 \ \ v North 2.29 » Kwt 7.00 \ FREDERICK WEED, P. M. PERSONAL AXD —Don't fail to see and hear \Bubbles.\ —We don't exchange with all the New York paper*. —Hurrah for fan on next Thursday and Friday evenings at the Opera house. —No steam power is now being used in any mill or manufactory in Ticonderoga. —The pulp mill at Mechauicivillc will receive the poplar from 1,600 acres of tim- ber land in this count?. We are glad at note that Senator Bowen voted for the abolition of that absolute absurdity, the State paper. —It seems there are yet a few in thit world whom it is necessary to Inform that anonymous correspondence receives no at- tention from ud. —S. E. Moore. Swanton, Vt., inventor and patentee of the Monitor bed-spring has secured quarters at T. A. Riley's shop for locating a branch of his business here. —Considerable stone and sand have been drawn for the foundation of the new Epis- copal church. It has not vet been decide^ [Contributed.! Now and then a word or some notice oon- oeruing the temperance movemeuX being heard we infer tbe wave is ttiil in motion, and perhaps a slight sketch of the various temperance organizations as taken from tbe history of Ticonderoga will be quite en rapport. A temperance wave had been slowly rising from the beginning of the present century and received an immense^ impetus in 1826 from the American Temperance so- ciety at Boston and in 1828 it reached Ticon- deroga. The first discussion of the kind in town was at the ordination of Re?. A. C. Tattle as pastor over the churcli on Mount Hope, That evening the ministers convened in a body at a school house near by and talked over the matter aud resolved to form temperance society under the old pledge of abilineuce from ardent spirits. Auaoug the number were two venerable pastors who had been in the habit of taking for temporary sfreshment after a hard day's wo»k for the Lord a glass of suthin 1 but on that night renounced for the sake of example the prac- tice. Some of the church members were backward in signing the pledge-as they thought the act eoustituted the signing away of their rights and privileges. But by earnest work of the leaders success attended them. The fir*t bribe offered aud earned was by Hon. Almiron Smith a resident of town and then a member of Legislature and devoted worker in the cause ; who offered a cow to a certain blacksmith of the village who was daily intoxicated if he would keep sober for 366 days. The man earned the cow and became a most zealous temperance worker. Temperance work now became a war carried into politics, business, church and society, then in time waned. During the activity of the lumber trade from 1628 to 1840 the ruin traffic was co-equal, hardly a family bat what suffered. Somewhat aroused in 1846 no license was uuauimeusly voted and good results found. Since 1849 several organizations Lave been conceived, born and their lives depending on the mem- bership and laws of their construction flour- ished for a greater or le«s period, then died a natural death. In 1849 the Sons of Tern perance was organized aud for four years was a staple society. Mr. I. N. Parker was the leader aud the society was known as the Mt. Defkuce division. There were 22 TAILORING! MR. E. E. HALL, epretentinf the Custom Department of the well and favorably knows Clothing House of JULIUS SAUL, Troy, N. Y., will be at tbe BUBLglGK HOUSE oa Friday and Saturday, MARCH 14 AN 15, to solicit order* for Gentlemen's Spring Wea^r, A toll if ne of samples of the Finest Goods of fDREIGJWmd DOMESTIC manufacture «n ex- 1 attention of the people of whether the structure will be of stone or wood. —The new blue postal note* will soon be issued. Another excellent chanj would be to make them payable at any post-office instead of the one on which they are issued. —Prime Brothers have leased their new boarding house at North Elba, known as the Mirror Lake house, to A. J. Daniels of Westport, for ten vears. Mr. Daniels was formerly proprietor of the Grand View house at Lake Placid. —The condttlca of the streets in conse- quence of the rain and snow it terrible The slush was over ankle deep, Wednes- day* and It was impossible for pedestrians to locomote comfortably witbont using rubber boots or stilts. — Kew Advertisements : We call special attention to the following new adv< rtise ments: Quackenbush & Co., Julius Saul F. W<ei, Holman's Comedy Opera Co. Chas. A. Thatcher, McKinley & Co., T. E. BiHey, J. A. Orkina, Fred. Blanchard Marvin's Safes. —Extensive improvements have been made at the wood-pulp mill at Wills boro, and the works are to start np in a few days. An immeuse stock of the pre clous wood of the Adirondack* is piled up about the mill. Seventy-five cord* a day is the average consumption in that mill. —Granville. it is claimed, has just been redeemed from \rlof rule\ by the election of a Mr. Ellis Williams, a democrat, fo supervisor who was the candidate of the Sentinel of that place—another paper that has arrived at the conclusion that politics has nothing whatever to do with the ad ministration of local affairs. —We are glad to see so many of oui subscribers do appreciate oar offer of the \Health and IJotne.\ We will extend the same inducement to April 1st, to accom modate a thousand more who need jnsl such a paper in their homes. If you hav already paid your subscription to us, send another copy to one of your friends. Sub- scribe at once, #1.50 a year. —The following officers were elected in Orwell in the last election: Moderator, S, N. Warren; town clerk, G. Abbey; select, man, John HallfG. A. Kim ball, I. T. Braneb; listers, S. N. Warren, B. D. Hall, D. B, Merwin; constable and collector, R. W. Sholea; overseer of poor, D. B. Merwin town treasurer, J. W. Boynton; superin- tendent of school*, G. A. KimbaiL —The sale of the goods of Sentenn & Marshall took place Tuesday, G. W. How- ard auctioneer. The entire stock was sold to McKlniev & Co.. of Albany, for be- tween $800 and $900, subject to a mort- gage on some of the property in favor of Caroline U. Sentenn and to a Hen on some of the name held by Azro M. Bailey, in total about $284, which the purchaser as- sumed. The property realized between $1100 and $1200. Something; to look forward to. Without boasting one might say that the Star baae ball club of Ticonderoga was one of the most successful of Northern New York last season, having only sus tained one defeat in a series of eleven games witb other similar organizations It purposes to make the season of '84 atill taoce .interesting here to lovers of the national game by enclosing a ground iq the proper way for this purpose. To do this will require considerable outlay and the club have decided to raise fund by giving a superb entertainment at the close of the lenten season. This will consist of musical or dramatic features during the fore part of the evening followed by a grand hop and supper. It promises to be a brilliant affair and we have no doubt of its success, Among the Churches. Episcopal services will be held In Drake's •lock and 10:8C a. TO. and 7 o'clock in the evening. Sun- day school exercises immediately after the morning services. Celebration of the Holy Communion next Sabbath. \ Ballread Item*. The remains of a man found upon the CentrakHudson track at Hudson, Feb. 17, have been Identified as those of William Schille of Pert Henry, where he had a wife and two children. Coaches on the West Shore road are to be lighted with compressed gas, supplied from a reservoir at one end of tbe car. Each coach will have three chandeliers, and kerosene oil will be dispensed w ith as n illuminator. The railroad commissioners are sending circulars to the various raUroad companies, asking a statement of the number aud loca- tion of all covered bridges and tunnel openings on *ach railroad line where there is less than twenty feet in the clear from the top 01' the rail, and the exact height in each case. The information received will be used in devising means to lessen the danger of death and Injury from low bridges. sueu of liis friends as shall eall upon him in the rooms. We have had occasion to notice more than oue family made happy by the Horse Xotes. A. J. Hough of Orwell, Vt., upon going to the barn Sunday, March 9th, found his Lambert mare, Kit. Balcom, with one of her hiud legs broken twice between the hock and stifle-joint. It was decided necessary to kill her at once. She was running loose iu a box stall; about a half hour before tbe accident was discovered, the hired man had fed her aud everything was all right then. Mhe was a very promising youug mare, hav- ing beeu Bhown to parties in 2 52, tbe fourth time she was on the track wbicb was late in tbe fall. Mr. H. was confident be could show her better than 2 35 auy day. She was pronounced by parties from Conuecticut ae tbe finest driving horse they bad ever rode behind, being very high-spirited, yet afraid;of nothing, and very easily managed. This is quite a Joes to Mr. H M who was negotiating with said parties for the tale of ber and expected them here for her in a 6bovt time. Trotting on the canal, at Troy, last good influences of this society. We are happy to learn that there is estab- lished bere a boy's orchestra composed of the sous of some of our most prominent citizens. Tbe instruments we havo been in- formed are first and second violins, cornet and cello ; That's right boys success to you. William FlinnH. A h. Co. give a ball in the Opera house St. Patrick's night. ,,Closing ball at the Sherman house, Fri- ay evening, Marcb 14. Village election will be held next week, t is expected that many votes will be polled as there is some fault found with tbe pres- nt management. T'je victorious horses and their owrers at he race were, first day—Fmr-year-old race, 'Win. G.,\ owned 'by G. D. Sherman;: 'Billy Bay,\ Sam Phillip** of Bristol,, Vl.; ; 'Ton* H.,\ Guy Holcomb of Panton, Vt.; \Mildred Tefft of Bristol, Vt. Pacing race, \Brandt Luke Cbief,\ Mr. Boss of Brandt Lake; \Kitty Oscar Wheelock of Moriah ; \Jack.\ W. B. Northup. Second day—Three minute rnce was won bv \Hon- Ben.\ Time, 2.37, 2 35, 2.38. Tne town and most interesting race wa» trotted in the afternoon, eutriee, G. D. Sherman's Elsie\ T. Wasson's \Black Prince\ W. B. Sweet's \Electa\, E. J. Colviu's \Colo- nel\ and S E. Jennkon's *'Wboa Billy.\ Electa wtvb becond iu tbe first heat and took ho remaining three. Mr. Fred. \Weed of Ti. is visiting at the, esideuce of C. N Flint, Esq. Tbe proceeds of the Missionary entertain- ment, Monday evening, were about $60. MorUh. March 10.—Intelligence has just reached his place of tbe death of tbe death of David and Myrouj Wnsson who were killed in Utah »y a bnow slide. David bad been there some years, while Myron went only a few ! weeks since. Erigar. Biillin, of Iowa College, is spend- ing a few dayu with bU patents at tnis place. We understand be is prepared to practice medicitie. Frank Barker, a former resident of this own, is uow vihitiug friends bere. A very valuable marble mine is about to be opened on the Isaac Pratt farm. There is to be a apcial dance at John Ed- ward*' on Wednesday evening. Grant Hormsby and fainily are going to Wadhani'B Mills to reside. Mrs. William Reed has nearly recovered her health after months of suffering. This is tbe last week of sohool for the winter term ac Sberman academy. Almon Clark, Jr., of Ironville, vit-ited bis classtn&teti and friends j^t^Hs pluce laat week. / there are from the 33 original, 11 now living 1 Tbe members were known as sons, daugb. tere and cadets. Lectures were engaged and public meeting held. As one of tbe lecturers, F. J. Cook, (uow Rev. Joseph Cook) distiuguisbed himself in tbe way be defended tbe society from some charges brought against it, and remarks to ibe drunkards. Iu 1855 a reverse was keenly felt and rum beld sway, and in 1857,tbe ball where the meetings were held being \burnt and tbe society being reduced by death and emigration, became discouraged and expired* Later in 1857, F. J. Cook held a meeting at the Baptist church, Oct. 29, aud proposed the People's Temperance Alliance, carried, and soon 500 names were ou tbe roll. Vari • ous committees were appointed and tbe work planned. A sinking fund was soon raised and placed at tbe disposal of tbe com. initfee who would enforce tbe law and not make a farce aud boy's play of it. Three farmers gave $400 of the fund. The fol- lowing winter (1857-8) F. J. Cook gave a series of six lectures on various temperance subjects at the Baptist church and was at- tended with marked good. Hon. C. H. DeLano also lectured on temperance as his co> worker. Soon for want of sufficient stick-to-it-iveness tbe society died and not even ashes were left. Nothing of note was done till the organization of tbe Good Tern* plars lodge some 18 years ago, unless we except several spasmodic altempts to from a Band of Hope and Cold Water Brigade among the children. Tbe G. T.'s were at- tended with much that was good. Many hopeless cases was reformed and became good citizens. Tbe lodge continued in good working order till their hall was burned when tbe village was destoyed eight yeas ago. Since then the work has consisted principally of license or no license. Some- timeB one then tbe other, till the present movement by the ladies with the known results. Entertainments. We are glad to auoounce tbe coming of the celebrated Holman Operatic Comedy company on Thursday aud Friday even ings. March 20th and 21st. They will pre- sent the musical extravaganza BUBBLES, written by the late Joe. H. Banks. The pieces is full to overflowing with pure fun and music. Gems from the latest comic operas are interpolated as well as tbe most popular airs of the day. Sallie Hoi man is one of the acknowledged pnma douna comediennes now before the public. Tbis is a first-class combination and should be well patronized. Ticket! at Weed's drug store. A pie sociable will be given by the ladies of the Coogreg&tional church in the Opera house on Wednesday evening, March 19. More than thirty kinds of pie including chicken, oysterrfruit, berry and everv- bodv's favorite pie witl be served on short notice. Coma with all your friends and eat pie. Vermont Xewt. At the Burlington city election, George H. Morse (Bep.) »nd Senaca Hazelton (Dem.) were on Tuesday unanimously re- elected mayor and city judge. Mr*. Pftter LeBombard. of Vergennes, who was thought to have died a fortnight ago, yet revived, died in earnest laat Fri- day. Thos. J. Ttfiany, who has been post- master at Benr. ngton, Vt., absconded last Monday. A sb jrtage of £2500 has already been discovered. Rum l« at the bottom of Week, was enjoyed By Albany horsemen. At Lexington, Ky., last week, twenty- one thorougbbred colts were sold at auc- tion for au average price of $1,010. Jay-Eye- See and Phallas are still bare- footed but look and act well. The next horse show in New York be gins May 27 and continues four days, with $17,450 in prizes. The horse trot came off, last Friday, on Augur Pond, Chesterfield, N. Y., as an nounced, under the fcusplces of the Keese ville Trotting association. Six entries were made and much excitement prevailed up to the starting oi theflist heat, when all leeraecl perfectly quiet, as the resul could easily be ascertained according t< the judgement of the best judges. Th< following are the entries without names oi owners: Ausable Bov, Butcher Boy, J. C. D., Red Rock, Cieeping Kit, and Black Maggie. Ausable Boy, owned by J»hn Pine, of Clintonville, won three straigh heats with all eace, taking first money J. C. D., owned by Kent of Ausable Forks, second money, and Creeping Kit, owned by M. McGuireo! Keesevtlle, third money. [From the American Cultivator.] The intelligence of hordes is generally very mech underrated. The following in- cident concerning the most wonderfu trotter ^et produced shows that Goldsmith Maid's memory is remarkable. Budd Doble, her old trainer and driver, lately visited the Maid at her borne in Trenton N. J. When asked if she knew him he replied: *'Bless your soul, the minute I entered her stall she came up to me and rubbed her head against my arm aod face She neighed and frisked around the >tal like a colt, and did everything but speak. The value of a horse cannot always be accurately estimated at a glance. It is stated that a gentleman who lately saw Bither driving Jay-Eye-See doubie in- uocentiy asked, \What little plug thai was on the left-hand side?\ He was t.1 most paralyzed when informed that \he J could not purchase that plug for $100,000 and tTmt it was Jay-Eye-See.\ Mr. Edwards, president of tbe Cleveland trotting association, savs the record wii be cut down this year to between 2.08 and 2.10. OTHER TO WITS. Port Henry. Maroh 11.—Mr. Sbick, of Albany, has opened a suite of tonsorial apartments in Cook's building. Mr. S. is , also a ooruet player of established reputation. Bears are more more plentiful tham par- tridges in tbe vicinity of Port Henry. Tbe races attracted much attention and fall a« many people were in attendance as at the former ones on tbe bay. Many amnsing things are related of tbe jolly crowd attend- ing. How there was a oborus of judges at the stand iinging not to drive dull care away but to kill the time taken up by unavoidable delays. These races should be a regular thing after this, there is no reason why Port Henry, with her large hotel facilities, shouldn't be a favorite place of resort for winter sports as well summer pastimes. Two worthy divines are engaged in a quill war. Tbe Herald contains a cbroniole of tbe thrusts and guards of both parties. No donbt tbe frieu<in of one of tbe contestants sayHo each other didn't X give it Ho Y last week though. They may be assured how- ever that just as many said didn't Y give it X this week. Secretary Thatcher has returned from tbe convention and once more tbe pilot of the Y. M. C. A. will be foand at the whe«l by BRAND ANNOUNCEMENT! Weeffs tipgfa House I\ TICONDEROGA. Thursday & Friday March 20th ahd 21st. Specitl engagement of the <Mlf limtetl HOLMAN Goiefly Co., la Joe H. Banks* Great Extravaganza, BUBBLES! ibtsoduciog the Charming Prima Donna Come- dienne, Sallie HolinaDu supported by a corps of operatic artists, THREE HOUR9 OF MIRTH and MUMC1 THREE HOURS OF 8OLID FUN! MAGNIFICENT COSTUMES! AND A Grand yn Second Act. Reserved Seats, 50 cents. Gallery, 8$. Tickets ft>r sale At Weed's drug store. Entire change of Programme 9d Right. ' Closing Out Sale! Having bought the entire Block of goods as- signed by Sentenn & Marshall, we wish to close it out a* soon as possible and will givo BIG BARGAINS in Tea, Coffee, Syrup, Molasses, Soap, Starch, Tobacco & Segars, and all other Groceries. Also big trade in Notions, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery, and all other goods In the store. A good Horse, Wagon, Cutter, Sleigb, Robe and Blanket will be sold at Auction on Saturday,M'ch,. 15, at 2 o'clock p. m. The election jtvent straight republican as follows : Supervisor, G. VV. ThompBon; town clerk, D. A. Higgins; justice, E. Roberts, T. Lillle; assessor, J. Shear; commissioner of highways, J. Lillie; col- lector, A. Webster; overseer of the poor, L. A. Beldeo, L. T. Dedrick; inspector of election, F. Dedrick, E. D. Hill. T. T. Graham; town constables, A. Webstpr, J. G. Williamson, J. G. McArthur, D. P. Simpson. No license. ^ —Fine line of trusses at F. Weed's. —Honey at D. W. Easton's. —Go to Fillmore's for fine photographs, —Go to McConnick for your new spring suit. —Go to F. Weed's for pure linseed oi] and mixed paints, bottom prices. —Parties intending to paint will consul! their own interests by using Wadsworth, Martinez <fc Longman's prepared paints Lamson & Brunt, sole agents. —Go to Merchant «fc Wilbur's for Floui and Feed. —Heart <fc Co's array of Spring styles o Men's and Boys' suitings is well worth ex' umining. North Mam street, Ticouderoga. —Miss M. A. BBOWN has returned home and announces to the ladies that she ii prepared to give lessons in Ribbon and Arraziue work, and has all the material* fo ihe purpose on hand. 6-3t —Three pounci good uocolored Japan tea for $1.00 at D. W. Eastou's. —Just received all the latest spring styles of Hats and Caps, at F. Weed's. —Furniture of all kinds Including Chamber suits, Bureau*, Chairs, Bed- steads, Mattresses, Lounges, Easy Chairs, Pillows, Extension Tables, Wash Stands, Rocking Chairs, at the lowest figures at Frazier's. Coffins, Caskets and Burial Cases a specialty. # —A splendid assortment of spring suit- ings, En.lUh, French and G •rma.n, just recieved at Heart & Co's Boston clothing house, North Main street, Ticonderoga. Call and see them. Suits in the very latest Broadway styles from 818 to $40. —Bcvt Minnesota and St. Louis flour at D. W. Easton's. —Good plug and fine cut tobacco, 50 cents per pound, at D. W. Easton's. Bryan Brothers are agents for the famous Cynthiana horse boots. THE BEv. GEO. H. Th. yer, of Bourbon, Ind says: \Both mvself and wife owe our lives to SHiLOH'S CONSUMPTION CUBE.\ ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indideation Conistipaiion, Wzziness, Loss ol Appetite, Vei low Skin ? bhiloe's Vitalizer U a positive cure. WHY WILL YOU ceugh when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate reher ? Price 10 eta., 60 cto. and II. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a positive care tor Catarrb, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. F#r sale by all druggist*. In Ticonderoflfa, N\ Y., March 13tb, a son to Rev. and Mrs J. E. Bold. LIAT OP LETTEBI R EMAINING in the Postomce at Ticonderoga, N. Y., Marcb 10,1884. William Lambert, Minnie Hemraett, Emma Fleming. F. WEED, P. M. List of Letters Remaining tn the Post Offlce at Ticonderoga, N. Y., March 3, 1884. L. -f. Needharo, W. C. Hatch, Simon Peltier, Miss Sarah Leonard. Person* calling for advertised letters will please rive date oi advertising. F. WKED.P. M. BLACKSMITHIN6 in all its branches. Horue-ehoeiDg in the best style. McKINLET & Co. FOR SALE! The subscriber offers for sale bh Dwelling House on Luke George Avenue, Ticonderoga. The buildings .are all new and lit tod with modern conveniences. Those who wish a desirable bar. gain should call and examine. J. A. ORKINS. Ttconderoga, March 13, 188i. 7w4 Win. Hooper & Co. LARGEST -A.3STID General Proyision STORE in Northern New York. Their stock of Hardware consists of everything in that line, 'together with a full line of STOVES oi all kinds and patterns, besides a fall assort- ment of tbe celebrated Stoves known a* tbe ACORN LIKE. Crockery and Glassware. Boots and I Shoes, This department Is complete. Ther also make and repair They are prepared to do PLUMBING in all its branches. A* FOUNDEYMEN They are doing an immense busi- ness. Their Machine Shop is under the supervision of skillful kJtTk FRED. BLANCHARD, Ticonderoga, March 1,1884. Headquarters for Essex County ALL WORK WARRANTED Give them a call.