Century-old Ti — Poultry thieves on the run

  • The blast furnace at Port Henry received sufficient orders for pig iron to resume operation.
  • Walter and Samuel Varney established a cigar-making business.
  • Irene LaVigne of Albany, “who has a beautiful voice” sang a solo at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Sept. 25. She was in town for two weeks visiting William A. Briese, her uncle.
  • Civil War veteran William Sartwell of Ironville died. The 87-year-old had been ill for some time.

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Freelance history writer and documentary film producer from Ticonderoga, NY

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