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< JJLJ.-JI i l .H. ¦ ' .. ! ! ¦ ¦ -i\J J. ' I. 1 \ ' ¦ ' ¦¦ ' ^ 7^ ^ -^P'^' -SpffgCtW 1 . ' *\\ - • J r \~ J^HASSOS . L. L \ - * SATUBDAY/^AN T rJAKY 4t h , 1S73. - Centennial Ex2ii!>itian. To H it Editor cf The Corrector: Under an kct of Oougi ess relative to the Centenni a l In t ern a ti ona l Exhibit io n , to be held in the cit y of Philadel p hia , in the State of Pennsy lvania , in the year 1875 , we , the hndenigned , with some twenty other s in thi s State , and many others from other States \ , h av e been a pp o int e d corpor a t o r s of the Centennial Board of Finance. One of the objects of .his Board is to provide for the celebration of the One Huudreth Anni- versary of American Independence b y hold- ing, in the cit y ^wh ere that gsfcai act was si gn e d , an Internat i on a l Erhi bi ti o n of Arts and Manufactures , and Products of the Soil and Mine. To ensure snecess m all it s ar- r a n ge ments , \ an ample capital is necessary. and th e sum of ten million dollars has been deemed requi s ite b y the United States Cen- tennial Commission to construct tho build- ings and to provide for every- emergency in- cidental to such a vast undertaking. That all may be interested in this great era of our existence , the Commission have p laced the ! uli ares at ten dollars each , and h ave order- ; ed books, of subscription to be opened on j 21st Nov ember last , at e very National bank ! ; n our n t a te , atso at mimy private bankers ' , such as Messrs. Jay Coo > e «* C o., Prexel , Morgan .. t Co.. Messrs. James G. King <v Sons , and others. B y them subscriptions are to be received during or.e hundred days , and they are to issue the proper certificates t-herefor. The shares are to be paid for in five equal instalments , tw enty per cent, on or b e f o r e t he fin , :. M onday of May, 1373 , and th e thre e rem a i n ing in stalments on the first Monday of each alternate month thereafter. We there f ore urg e ntl y appe al to this section of our State io jo in with others throug h out th e -wh ole Un i on in subscribing o * their rns&ns towards ihe accomp lishment of this great exhibition in honor \ c-i the . cirt\p iction of our first century. In no way could we Celebrate it more lliimgiy than b y aggregat- ing; together \ of onr resources, and b y invit- in g the-nat i ons of ihe world to send of their produc.iiciia arid manufactures , to be in competition and for mutual instruction and Hcs^nt. \Vs shall thus have p-ncafi before us corc r.ne t IY , GO that each and ail rnny see tue wonderful developments of this century in its varied industries , a? manifested in our own prosperous sud progressive coins-try . *nd throughout tho worlj. , Anotner duly of »: t ti Losrd of Finance will bo to r&ceivo . tho pecuniary return s , should ouch there b . e , yom the exhibition , after pay ing- all leg itimate expenses , selling the buildings , an d divide the balance among the stockholders . ' . We trust ihst each famil y, if not ea ch child in the fazuihr , -will subscribe for *V l east eise share ; that thus subdividing the interest , airin syhsve pride in the thoug ht that they Lav? -c6\Vfib\trQ icward s inc 0Tr.n l th' sp!ay * ^vhtch\ yi;I ' take p Vac s in the Aumm-r-K of ASIC- , in t ho city, whore , one hund re d years ago , our forefathers m ird e so g lo rious n vr-tr.re for the liberty and hap- p iness of :Lc:r desesndaats. j • ' (Si gned) JOKN A. K JNO. SEETHES TAIJER. ' . . V STT JT ortN C A -M KSON * the oldest member of the N. Y. Police force * ozce n . t on e , f e ll d -a d -while about to step on a Third avenue ^.r ou New Year ' s d sy. lie died on duty With his morning returns in his hand ou tae - .va^ io xepe-rt. He ivas first appointed on th* Vs^»e b y Mayor M' ckle in ISi5. His reccrd is seeon 'd to none r.s ' a faithful and competent ofi-cer . His reputation was of the besi , s.nd lie was beloved b y alL He •\rsi a tKmy-third . degree Alasou aad a raeu- ber of SsahattArr Commanderr. He was • relative of tho Hill f amijry of this vill* gel ¦ ' • ' ¦ The holiday sea son of 1872-73 is over. With the close of this week ail the joyous occasions in xmr homes , onr ^ churches and public places that have had e3pecial refer- ence to the close of the departing and the opening of the new year , w ill be A>ver , and the affairs of society w i ll f a ll -back into their accustomed groove* and move on in their accustomed fashion . When Le ster Wallace was playin g m \Central Park\ at the National Th eatre in Washington two weeks ago , the Hecre - tary o£ War and a part y of ladies appeared in a stage-box. In \ the course of the play one cf -the . ^haraciers made this contemptu- ou s rem a rk , ' \ 'When a nian has hair like p ine . shavings , eyes like a codfish' s , and whi skers like preserved g inger , the women rave about him and call him a blond. \ Opera g lasses innumerable were turned during this sentence to the box occup ied by the . Secretary of War , who . was himself coolly surveying the audience in searc h of Senator Conklinjr. —i\- JT World. The papers have been gazetting A. T. Stew art as having received serious inj uries ¦ . C.«T» . , -* ...: n .... r ....tf o —r»rt^~—fclrm;—Ti lM. Stewart did not fall down the steps of his residence , did not break his leg, and did not meet with an y accident whatever. •--- •Jhe year 1872 , memor able throughout , will -be remarkable for the extraordinary \ series of catastrop hes that . began in January : and came tbici and fast . in \Dece^jiber . -natal its close. Never before have so many : * gteamshJp3 been burned , wrecke d and sunk. : Other s hi pp ing ha s a l so suf fe red severel y. If the greatest- .^re In yaB .history of cities ias not niarjzed tic y£5r lS72 , the aggregate of property destr oyed has perhaps never ^^j eenJar ger , and with the close of the -year cornea lien.yy,lcssea in New york , Philadel- , phia , London , and other places. The year has had its memor able railroad accidents , 3 ' slthou j ; h thi3 class of horrors have been feweiftkan in soma other period s. • ; T^WB]iaTe . \been ni any tleatiis ninon g the rnlere of nations , Ch a r l es of S w eden , the Presidents of Mexico and Peru , and last the Kin g of the Sandwich Islands. The heir of ixuui _ illness. The meteorological phe iiomeria of the year has also been reniarkaidi' >nd the clo sing month , December , is s i gnal- Seed h y trcprec«dentecl cold ajjd violect storms. - • Bevievring ihe events of the year is is evi- dent a l s o th a t the w o rld h as l o st c gre a t jminber of its grer.t anil noted men . In our own country the deaths ot Horace . Greeley, Wm. H. Seward and Edwin For- rest are fresh in the minds of all. The U. S. Senai«- has lost Garret I>a- -is and Peter 'Cf. Winkle; the army , the distingui?hed hero Major Gea. George G. Meade; science the renowned P ro ! S a m '!. F. B. Mor se; politi- ;eal philosop h y. Prof. Francis Lieber : Eaholarslii p, that {rue (levqtee , Prof. James Hadley of Xfele : j6urnsli ;?m James Gordon B e nnett ' ; \ literature Bu chanan Beid , Geoi Catlin , Fanny Fern , Ed-wsrd A , Pollard , Qeo. P. Pnhru in ; the mu sical world the l ionored Lowell Mason. • There are otl iers wh os e n a mes m a y h av e e sca ped thi s hurried retrospect but those already mentioned enn not be contemplated without a profound sense of loss. • ; -f- - -9Tlio Catttttroplies ot 15s5i2. . - ~ - - ihe Greenport Cornet- Band held a fes- tival last wc^ek , and took in $2S0. The Board of Superv isors of Queens Co. have not increased the salaries of the Coun- ty Judge , Surrogate , an d D i str i ct \ Attorney. A State law fixes them , aud they simp l y car- ry out its provisions. The new Flushing Bank of deposit and circulation opens with the New Year , Now that the site of the new Queens County Court House is located at Long Is- land Oit y, the question is how much shall it cost. SOTJTH SIDS BAIJ / ROAD. —A r educlion of ten per. cent on fares and frei ght tariff com- mences with the new year on this road. No excursion tickets and no fre e passes will hereafter be issued. Pnteh ogue i s pa cking oy s ters f o r S o uth America. .. .This wec-lc 3 regular edition of the Si gnal is omitted in order to g ive it3 publisher time to settle up the year ' s business. Ke wi ll be a lucky man if lie succeeds in squar- ing up in a week. The public seem to de- li g ht in keep ing ''in arrears '' with country publishers. .... Saml. B. Tay lor of Orient has been fined $209.35 for sellin g li quor without a licence. The Times says tiie \ worl d moves ' and as indi cation of that fact states that n stove has been p laced upon one of the Shelter Island Ferrv beats. Great heavens ! what next 1 ... . Iinrry j3ill Esq. -whou is r. residen t of Whitest-one , a nd w h o was ele c ted P o lice Ju s - tice some time ag o , has entered upon l i is official duties. .. . .The South Side S. 3S. has issued a 7 per ' cer.t 20 years bond (first mort gage and con vertible) for $1 , 000 , 000 , interest payabl e in March and September , to carry out im- provements and extension of the road. It is put in the mav \k.e.t at 85 per cent. Here is s. home investment , secure and valuable. The announcement that ihe Burke Oil Workc at I' iissvi ile had iai:ed , is incorrect. The work s shut down simp l y because b y the order of the \Crude Petroleum Combina- tkm ' - ' -which onl y allows a certain amount of that material to each refiner , a sufficient qu antify could not be obtained to keep the works running. ' ¦ ¦ ' ' The SuiTolJ: Times speaking of the great English Chav wiccryKuit of Townley vs Chase heirs involving 8200 , 000 , 000. which has been thi r t y years in ihe courts and has been de- ckle 1 in favor of the Chases , about one hun- dred in num ber , says t hat the late Frederick Ch as e of Shelter I s l a nd was one o f the heir* and that hia daug hter Mrs. Bcbeeea Beebce has all the necessary documents to estab- lish , their claim consis ting of family records for 07C-r 200 —ears. O FT rFs Bc.4x> . —The lar.t Saturday racrn- l. \g train fr om Glen Cove to N. Y. wan thrown oiT ihe track at Week * Station b y a broken Evcitch. The tender was tumbled across the track and oil t-Iic cars thrown from t rrc r<\nR . Fortunatel y the accident occurred at one of the most level grades of the road . Two Indies were burned , but r. ct seriousl y. C jpt E. : B. Hill of this vil- lage vras on board , but excepting a lively sh aking np escaped uninjured. S OT - TH S ILT . Cr.ru. —The Brookl yn Herald g ives some facts relative to the South Side i Club of this Island which -h as become s ' ri ch r.sd pc.p!:!ar institution. It TT . IS cstnb- j lishod soven years ago. It own s 5000 acres ! ' \ i of laud , a*fine Club House and pleasan t I grounds at Or.kdaie. i' i has or,o Jiundred j members . Tl te initiaticn fee is 31C00 The ! members are all solid and proHiinent men. i \Ob \ Snedicor «: ¦ fro m the foundation of j the Club and r.ntii latel y its caterer. \ Major j W. E . Underbill of Bab y lon now fills that j nosition. ; ' . • * i ... .The annuel expense of running the ! Union Free School oi Paichogue according ! to the Advance is $-l5-ii , 05 , ; the average ! attendance during the year ending S ept. ^Q . ; was 253. Taking the average attendance J th e cost of educating each child for the year 1 is v. little over $17.03. Some of those who : comp lain of the expense of miming the ; Union School of this village will find b y; comparison with ether Union Schools of tlria and other Counties that the cost of ed- • treatin g each child in this vfilago is v ery , taueh less Chan, that incurred elsewhere. t » i . *' . , We are deep l y grieved to j £c * prd the loss of Mr. Noah Lester Beebe^SfiOrie ht , f rom on board the three-mastel%Si?. Tho ' s : \W- JTfL-rea , of Orient , Ca.pt 3IareiSr Bro-KTi; which sail event OccuiTed on Suffday last on the passage of that vessel from Orient to New York. At about <t P., M., , when off Stratford ,. Ct. , M r. Beebe , who \ was ma4 ;e of the scho o ner , was standing d ii top of the house , oh the lee side of the rnaiii^bodrnj^en- gaged in slinking areef out of'tire ; ' mainsail , and Bttddenl y disappeared lb is supposed he was struc k on the . h ead by th° ' sail , stunned and knock ed overboard , ' arid immediatel y s a nk , as he was not seen or -heard afterwards \ . A boat was lowered as soon ns the fact of his disappearance becam e ' . k nown , but t lie sea was running so hi g h Ithat .it . instantl y filled. ¦ Mr. Beebe , who wp about 48 years of age..had for nearly 20 years been mate with Ck pts . Sidney P. an u Elish a S. Backett on various vessels under \their \ comman d and was a man of most ex^elent character and standing, respected aid esteemed by all. lie leaves a wife and one child to mown iis siidden and nifciinel y deatbl—- Watchman. I Am ong the estimates rscVntly submitted to Cong r es s for Lon g T «l and l Sound are the following : Port Jefferson 11 arbor , $20,000 ; Hell Gate , £000 , 000 ; \New London , £20 , 000 ; Fort Griswol d , N ew London , . . §20 , 0 0 0 ; Pe- coni c Eiver , $10 , 000 , . \ ¦ \ ' ' ' • ' . A COSTTJ T Fir.s. —At a recent meeting of _ 40^o_c^*» ^.^xic- 0««ii -»-r-^':Oo^ii-t.^iH o , f;pe -Ooirinris- fiion , the new hea ' er proved irkl c-quate . in its att empts to raise the niercni'v in the ( bounty ' n therniom e ter , t on decre e ' . \atisfac- t o ry io the wa rm blooded Comnission , and every device wis snjrryeacefl to rase the torn perafnre of the room. All P ! .;. TK ! fa* - l e d un- til the happy though t of burninrMiouda v/ns acted upon , a nd th e n , from the moment the fi rs t thousand dollrrs were giv . en to .the flamc-s . until eig hty thousand \ wj ' v e reducfd to aidies , the room was all the most violent opponent of cold could &' . =]<. f»r. This was probabl y the most expensive , fifteen minute fi re or.r cit% r ever had. — L. 1. Cili; Star. Ber-^ib cVs and Burnt-it' s pi s hin g Com \ pnnies at Meeox Tnlet have sent to market * en ton of s tri ped bass this season which has broug ht t he m iu $ 2 , 087. ... . Tread-well Wnlters .po'fmasf.er at Ffrm- iugdale. was badl y bc-ab-n b y a gang of Hempstead ronrh s last wof k . \ and ' Ins re- covery is considere d doubtful. — B u l l etin The p-iy master in charge of the South Side Bailroad depot at Hempstead . 'n. 'hivor t wo tigo laid ln ' s overc o at d ow n with $ 200 iu one of the \pockets . It <-oon after disappear- ed , and no ehm to the thief has been obtain- ed. —Jamaica Stcnwutrd. . i -i- . . . ^. M ,yw. ¦ I .W^ ^i^^. —........ ¦ ,,, Long\ Isl and News. I?ev. Win. T P pnde . D D. of Nev , bnre will preach i\ the Presb yterian Clip. i eh of this viihigf to morrow , ... .Nov. ' tlial. our cnmtntinicalinns are nil i\ . \'iii'il—l»y rail, by wafer , and bv stnafc— Kipp. who must have liisj- .ke . wir . -lcedlvsiitr iresls that ttnrevil coiniiiuiiicatioits were never closed. ... .Thope are the times that try men ' s solc^ and wii incn \ s o .iil;T« . ... .The iifiFfi- lrie of rinli has heen llin head- (piarti-rs of hilarity during tile holidays. . . ~ . - . *'Pio- ¦¦ 'i . - wwi £ rntproH '^:C: e&rtr. 'i r-iTO aoTl emniici pafril ns on Mondnr. ....Colls- and cutters came info crinstant coinpeiiiion this week. Oin: avenue consti- tuted tlii' course , and C' oolc . Oashier. and Candidate, enntc'ted cn'ssiderah h' . A ?«ft south wind has feut tho snow hit» cohiiioH. and faddciiftl the sangititiity of sleisrii-ridf ra. .... We iiav ' nt Jifj -ird (lie tonp s of tiiaf. new T:dl that the Exp ress telleth of. Wh«t h ap become of it 1 ... .N ot . ^ p r anl , n o r R prnwl , nor Rpront , nor • • ' prat, lint Dr. Sj iroic* is auiionnccd Io preach tn-niorn. ' .v. ... .S 'C-TTarhor daes not scnp ationaie. We :ir:> a prouoraud permeable pi-op lc : not p P r aff'-us of pi'ifeclifm. nor p inks rd propriety, hut we do not pt'rnifafi * our phiinroj iin' with pernicioi.s ]'ractices. nor perfo rate \ otir pro p ri. -ty with p istol halls. Pecuniaril y we have not p lctiioiic pockets , bat peace and peilncidity arv> porsp i cn o ns and pestiferous pestilence pervadeth nist. .. . Tin- pfenmbnat? Escort and J B-ScJnn/ let are offered for sale. The Comp any will un- doubtedl y rep lace iliem with superior boats, . . . . (. ' apt. Webber and John II. P pencer. o! this village , are fond of ••young ducks , \ They lay for them, a nd one iinv this week they kill- ed 40 over piool. Who can beat it ? ... . Onr nei g hbor of the JiV p?T« opens the New Year with- the monod y, \We have Ibi!/> passed the sunny period of bfe . np d ' nge is stealing over ns . \ Now. don 't. . Oar.mutual friend \Prentice , ' * ti s cd to saj- ., \ aman is not educated mi til He is forty, \ atid . cci i'dnl y at thai ::jre lhe»: i g'ir and . viri!i . Ly , <XL- . lr.aiiiioo . d oug ht Io he at its hefl. We lii'seecli onr lici g hhor not Io hasten \ iit n ' n p i'cniature old nue finipl y for tin* siike of being veiiernble . We will accord him all th e hont>rs o| senility without hts takiiii r iiiat rafli step—ai.ii ;;t tlu- very beg ii!:.;:ig i. -f a 5 onngy ear too. . M. « .5o:-nc. —The Master Masons are notified that their veteran Brother , Bon. Moun ts , of Kentucky, will address them in the Lodge ]\<>om here , o n Thur s day, th e 9th d a y o f January, commencing at S P . M . He will discourse upon his Mf.souic P.esearches in the H o l y Land , aud will g ive a Recitation of f our of his Masonic Poems , selected f o r tho occasion. The whole entertainment is free , and all Master Mascns in good stnnd- h- .X arc invited. ... .The Trustees oi ttns Corporation hav e auiboricy to remove obstructionson the pub- lic sidewalks. Ti'-y mr.y do' it b y public ordinance. In some villages a by-law like this is enforced. Woul d not some such ac- tion on the part of our Trustees promcie pu blic convenience and safety, ' \ ' ' . ' '\Every person or \incorporated body in said village, who shal l re ft\ 5 e or neglect to remove the snow from tho side-walks oppo- site to and on the same side of the road with lots owned or occupied b y t h em , within four working hours after the fal l of ssid snow shall be subject to a fine of one dollar for every day \that the enow uhdll remain on the skintr. '- -*' • •* - * \ • /. \ -'- : - . . ' ¦ \ - THR CHiasrsiAs STOEM. —Wd iat will be known as the Chri s tm a s storm of 1 S72 proved one of the most extensive which has spread over this country for years. It reached as far south ' as Charleston (commencing there Christm as inorning) and extended to Nova Scotia. Every where in the Eastern and - Middle States travel . -was arrested and busi- impeded. This village remained blockaded until Monday noon , when three eng ines on the-Branoh-Boad came bolting-throug h th e drifts like Arctic Beh emoths. . About the same time the Escort forced her -way throu g h the ice in th e h arbor. On Monday we got th e Thursday ' s , 1 Friday ' s and Saturday ' s mail andiater in the evening - Monday ' s also cam e, along. Cor.rORATiON M EETING . —Candidates for civic lienors multi p l y and althoug h no mat- ters of especial importance are announced ^ to come before the corporation meetin g of Monday next there is likel y to be a full meet ing and a large vote on ac.cotint of the sfr 'fe for th e Tru s ' -eeshi p and other offices. We understand . th at the following gentlemen w i ll cert a inl y be voted for as candidates. For Trustee , Charles W. Payne , Wilson . E. Cooper , Bouben E. Richards , C . C. Lc-unis ITerj i-y \R. \Herria , Harvey '*\ tled ses. . Foij Street • Commissioner , Cl uu'k s L. VMiitrey, J a me s Pordh a m , and Ch arles Arohibold are .named. For Collector James A. Harris , James H. Eldridire. 1?ox Clerk Wm L owen will have- - no opposition. The election has no political significance . and the candidates will receive their .sup- port upon personal and lo^sl considera- tion s. Kpcrolofrica.3 JAat— 1S72. It has been our custom ever since being connected with the publication \ of this paper . , t o g ive , at the close 01 the year , a record of the deaths in this village and vicinity. In- deed v. -e believe it -was THE COIVBF.CTOK . which first commenced tlio publication of these lists . Other papers have also made a practice of collecting from their files the published deaths of the year. The Jixj ircss - does this annuall y, and antici pa ti ng us b y- two days issue , has the lists in type before us. It- kindly offers us the benefit of its lists which , assumin g to be entirel y correct , we g ladl y accept. Th e list show3 a larger number of deaths , than the year previous , but onl y a few above the average of the past ten years. SAG-H A RBOR. r x. 51 J an. 10 , K\ e< u r a h A. Latham 65 11 10. Henrr G oodrich* 58 j 11 , Mi chae l Williams * 86 19; Caleb C iiffi-e 64 25 , Eliza A Doug lass - 74 . 7 . \ 26 , Ja ne Jup iter 62 31 , Caroline C. Lufovd 21 Feb. 4 , Ell on L. Williamson 54- 14 , Frank C. Bns.sctt* 13 17 , Win. Kili?our 1 1 22 , Bell Clark Cranrlal 2 3 23 , Isaac Wickham Osborn * 23 March '2 ; Eliza J. Wli g ht * 35 \ 5 , David W. Scl-elienger 49 \ 21. Lawrence- McCabt * 50 \ 30 , Huch Bradv 23 \ 30 , Cbas. F. Atkins 47 April 17, Fannie P. Conkiin 58 10 \ 19 , Ctip f. Henry Nickerson G2 \ 20. Andrew L. Stewart ¦ 23 \ ' 21. Chiietu-e H. Miller 4 \ 30 , Howard P. Sherwood 1 6 May ' 2 , Maria J. Halsc-v 49 4 3 , Mrs. Ann B. Cook : 83 3 , Miss Cub) W. Loper 7 3. Izel , d. of' E. A. Cai penter — S 4 , Frank Hunt \ \\ 16 7 16 , Ann Amman 42 \ 17 , Ournelius H. Tabor 61 • \ 17 , Esther , w. of E. O. Rogers 80 \ 21 , Mary R. - Foster * 33 \ 24 , M a ry Pier Rnn 56 \ 26 , Ann W. \Ni eoll SO \ 2S , M ary, w . of J. L. Edwards * 30 June 9. M argaret Jones 55 \ 18 , «t ohn Philli ps .. G2 \ 27 , Abraham Tunison * - • 74 Jul y 3 , Frank K. Miller — 6 \ 11, Susie G. Jetmings .17 . 12. John M Lang ' — \ 12 , Samuel E Howell G-l ' \ 12 , Ann Maria Brown — 10 \ 20 , Frank A. W:.rd 50 \ 21 , Iiifa-it child <>: ¦ ' Mat. Clark — 10 , \ 28, Mai'irai'ei riaush 76 \ 30 , Ch.trlGs Kenedy * 76 Aug. 1 , Efrie M. Eidred ' ge — 5- - Hubbard L. Elordhnm 78 6 6 , Susie E. Gilling ham — \ 12. Arthur A., sou of Silaa Hand— 10 \ 12 , ' Sarah \ A. Bos*ue II 2 \ 12 , Alice , child of S. V Mann — 5 '' 16 , Lncv A. Baldwyn 33 7 \ 18, Emma Pavne . \ 13 \ 23 , Charlotte W. Payne 24 \ 30 , Miii'v i J . Smifh ¦ \ ' 38 6 Sept. 2. Sara h M. Mulli gan 35 \ 6 , Oliarlolte E. Slei ght * 30 7 , Al a rg.trel t Shsii o-hnesay 29 \ 10, Hari-y T. -Field \ — 7 \ 11 , Sarah E. Jupsler 32 . 3 \ 12 , Elinor ID. Sherman 1 2 Oct. 20., Annie , d. oi' S. II. Edwards 3 4 \ 23 , Mary Shaug hnessy 18 j \ 29 , ' Lerov, soil otTvleritt Smith — 10 | \ 29 , Jiisoii J. Cnflec \ \ 53 5 N OT . 7 , Eliza F. De ' ring- 82 \ 17 , Win. H. T. -tltiia 'd ge 32 7 \ 20 , Jennie E. Men-ai l 16 \ 29 , Edward T. Monks 43 Dec. 2 , Caroline Pedro \ 77 5 , Josep liene Williams 21 \ 13 , -Francos M. Curtis 54 KoiiTII H A VEK. Sept. 6 , Elizabeth C. Payne 58 • N ORTH S IDE . ¦ April 13 , James H. Perry - 54 j Sept. 14 , Step hen H. Stanbroug h* 50 j B UIDGE -FI AMPTON ' AND S AQG . i Jan. 10 , -Matsev Pierson 82 4| 17 , Capt. Uiiah Sayre 81 10 ! March 2 , Maria E. Stabury 48 8 I A pril. 4. Emiline Edwatds 62 ! \ 11 , Wm. Adams 65 10 \ 18. William Fordham 62 9 Mnv 2. Sylv ' amis S quires ' 64 51 \ * 24, Phebe Smith 94 4 I Jr.l v 2 , Betsey \Hand 76 [ ,f \ t 2 , Huntt ' ing M. Hed ge* 63 9 i Aucr IS . L«ter Betinstt ' .74 10. ' \ 11 , Lizzie R. flay ries ^: 14 \ 27, William Corw 'ith - 81 5 Sept. 17 , Betsey Miller . > . - - . * =V- ' . 86 - \ ¦ ¦ ¦ 26. Mabel; d. of Emmett Cooper . 3 Nov.' 5 , Mary \ Brown ..; ¦ - ¦ ; ;\: 74 \ 20 , -Daniel . J. Leek* - - \ . ' .. - Cj 36 Dee. 14 , : ,Temima ' Yonn . fifS .. . 1 . 43 ¦ • \' 20. GeorgVe ^o 'ri of Geo. Strong — \ 28 , Cloii ' Johnson 68 3 W ATE R M ILL . Aug. 14 , Julia Ann I-Ialsey 25 2 50UTITA3tITOX. Jnn. 21. Nettie H. ' -Williaxps * 20 2 22 , S ara h , S. Jap-p-' 1 *** 50 March 17 , Septa Jackson '56 \ 24 , . Capt. ,. Mercator Cooper * 68 April -9 , Phebe D. S quires . 68 June 13 , Clan . K. Benlon * ;23 \ \if , , A ' tt'-elia Hnlsey 39 11 Jul y 15 , Infant, d. of Smith Edwards — \ 31 , Mrs. Lewis .. ' V9 Aii p;. 34 , —— Fordham 1 Sept. 16 , : Jo1in Howel l 75 7 \ 20. Sarah Harris 68 \ 23 , Nathan Snvre 39 \ 25 , Fredie H. Philli ps 3 9 Nov. 1 , Clara F. Benton — 4 \ 30 , Catherine Culver 63 NonTH S EA . March 17, TT/inn»h Sherman 74 May 9 , Daniel Jennings 76 S IIINN PCOCK . F b. 21 , \Rlrnira Williams ' — March 8 . lUvv Cnffv-fi 78 \ 10 , M'ltha J' -u-kson — . . \ 25. Jameq CnfTee , ' , 47 \ 2R , Paol Davis — 5 May IS, Geor/ je fViffee 16 J iilv 18 , Fore st Bnnn 7 8 Ao or . 12. J acob Simmons- . 65 Sept. 24. Sammy, son of David Bunn 1 2 EAST HAMPTO- ?\ . Jan. 7. 1 . Mai in D. -ivion \ 80 23 , Mie ' x fK-1 Carri gan 76 A pril 5. 'A hi gal Barnes 76 20 , Hervev D. Lester l l' May 24 , Daniel Lo per \ 60 28 , Phebe C onkiin 69 8 June 5 , Paul P. Fithinn 70 8 , .lonntbnti Osboru 80 7 25 , Nnncv S. Jones 71 Jul y 20 , S- ii-n ti Tatars Fordliam * 33 9 \ 23 , Emm a E. Ganse 1 25 , Sarah Maokeny 17 8 Aug. 8 , Isaac Wright ' ~ 56 - \ . 19 , -I n fant son of Geo. Hed ges -- 23 , Maccrip H. Cartwri ^ht 15 11 Sept. 19, Betsev Miller ' 86 \ 26 , Mary \ Heilges 2 Doc 4 , Ann M , Loper — 2 \ ' 29 , Josep h Osborn 83 AMAOAKSF.TT. March 15 , C. E-a stus Hatch v — 4 Aug. 'L Jona iban Barnes 59 12 , Eli za Conkiin \ . ' 74 6 Dec. 26 , Silas Sherman • 66 10 Srnxx G s. Jul y 25 , E< >b#i'|. J. Parsona — 7 Atis:. 29 , Jobu»E. P\ i=ons 64 5 Se pt. 27 , I «aao S. Miller 44 S Dec. 1 , Benjamin G. King 5 1 W AIKSCOTT . Feb . 14 , Chari ty H a nd 53 S March 9 , Si Ivan as S trong 7S 9 Notm i WEST. Jul y 11 , Eunice E. Parsons . 49 10 S HELTER I ST . AXO . March 24 , Frances Bowdich 68 May 25. Mary Hnynes 7 4 Sept. 20 , James R. ' Mitchel 6S * *? •—^-«-a««~ Posisaor ' a DniiconAT has always been a live ontcposen Democratic newspaper. .It is non? the leas so no-fr than ever. Its col- umns are full of rich , sp icy news. Its mis- cellany comp lete and entertaining. The editor \Brick\ Pomeroy who is a gonial , whole cooled man , a ready writer and iude - fati gucable worker , promises in the year to come a greater feast of good things than usual. His Saturday ni g ht papers -n-hinli aro full of Chr istian , ch arit y and kindl y feeling are alone worth more than the sub- scri ption price. He promises to make the Democrat thoroug hl y independent and at the & ame lime thor o ughl y democratic . It s p lat fo rm i s just w h a t e ver y Democr a t b e - lieves in. Tho choice of one of three beau- tiful chromes is g iven to every subscriber and ofeher inducements which will make the subscription list of the Democrat what it- ha. -s alway.3 been , . - .h ead of all other papers of its kind in the country. iyia,l££> M«mey fast and honorabl y, b y at once ' npp ! yi:/g for > teniior iul riirht (w hicli are g iven free to agents, to *e!> the b-st. strongest, mopt useful are) rap id selling Sewing Machine , tu.d I' aient Ihitloii Hole Woi ker. ever used or rccoiniaended bv ¦ fuinilics. or liny one for your r)vr:i use. ; it ig onl y *5 . Sent ' reo everywhere I' .v express. Addras for portion bus. .Itvome H Miuifon & Co f prner Greenwich \ and Coi:rl] ;l ;id -tre ? ts , liuw Yoik 27moQ The 'Am ericnn Newspaper piroctorv , ' published bv Geo. P. Bowell .t Co. A- ' vr-r- hisinfir Asrent'* , So. 41 Park Bow . New York . vmfamB r, full and comp lete statement of ill facts about newspapers which an ndrer- iser desires to know. ' The subscrr])i:ion price is five dollars. Clsnpped FI«S}<1 « . face, roiish skin. pi;n- p ' fs . lingivortn. s.d t rheum. A- other culnneoMs alT'-e. li-.n-' cured, and skin nimh-soft and smootb . be ncincr tlio Juni per Tar Soup, in. -i.le bv P jisivell . llaznrd k. Co .. v f>w York . IV certain Io ret tin- Iniii pr.r Tar . \oap. as there are many worth- , less imitations made with cotumon tar. 27wli Tnr. Purest ami Sweetest ' \\ od Mvcr Oil is T i ,nr:- ard iV rasweil' p. made on (he s(a shore , from fi tVn . splei'tcd livers b y Ca^woll . Hazard \ j Co . S' «r York. It is nhsolub ly pure and sweet . Patients who have mire taken it prefe r it to all others I'hysiei ins have derided it _ aunerior to any ot t' ae other oils ia ra;i rktt 27wl2 j Local Hews. T tl O M SO N ' S AVOni.Ii PF.XOWNEU PATKST Glove -Fitti ng Corset. ff > Covs-pt lias ever enjoved \\' -b a ivorid-wiiie pojiularitv. T luuleniaiifi for iiieui is con- stantly increasing, because THEY GIVE T-NlVmSAT, SATISFACTION. AKE HASKOJIE , DUIUW.Z , \ KCOXOMICAI., ANI1 A PER FEC T FIT. ' , ^« ^ r f Sx * E « 0: *\' S ? IV ' s «K\V \I7IWE ftftOTBi l.fir e t:m \^v - er -\ i \ , ^'i l l , i0i \' ' r • ' \ ''\\pert i ilh>tb» ' 1(( IL.C }:(}},t,0.\ . anil the trade-mark a Crot\ n r \ ? ' Iia f SoUt b j- niS ITir«t-CIa*« Bcai«rBr; '> '^ f. • » ' One Price Clothing Store. HEADY-MADB ME N S , BOYS , AND Cf U LDf l E i Y S € ) W-\ &b T W II\ I W ^ *L. ; MJ. %t? Ja. M fA. ]& X% vh? The mihsei'ihi.r ha-j ust received a larg e stock of Winter Goods to which he calls tho aSN'iilioii id ' the public. Thank fid for past favors I nolicit a further ,p:iiro]' . a^j V- WV] 1INO MA DK TO ORDER and gu*raiilc«l to (:t or no y;do. A . EPKI^TMK , ,, . '•' \ . , ,„ Merehant Tnilor. Mam opposite Washinprtoti St. , Nig Umbo,- . OSBORN-At •Ra.st-llamp lon , 2f)th nit. . Jn .^nh Osborn , M 83 years, 3 months , and ' s dayL JOltrTfiON— At RrMgc-rTampton. 28th tilt p| nu Johnson , M 6 8 y ears , 3 tnonlhs.amlii! days ' ^ SnEHMAN-At Amagansett . 2(ilh ult . SiT as ' E ^ Sherman , M 06 ye.irs , and 10 monthsA 1 ;- . . -? ' : ' - - >: Ifotice to Trespassers. V. ' e. the uni ' ei^iflied . ho ehy forbid all prv- - •oii s . 1 -Hpt'ei iil l y Rpnitrineii . to trespass on our bv ds un-l-r pen:! 1 t y of the law Levi Tled ges . fim, O . H.'dt'es. Joh n PtronCT , - \ a iii 'l Kdvard x . A inlnuv \ *tnii!g. K. I) Sfmng. •larcil P ifedir. \; . S a ,n 'l Mulfonl. .his . b Ansf ' n , rber- ii Il. -md . N;itban D . -born . Stephen P Wood \ ¦ ¦ '' • '\ enj . I lloppinrr , i> Rvid A. Kdwards , lli- .vmon f' , , . \ •tiling, Hen ry I, Van Si ' n v. Jfi^ ' ' britlge Ikmplon Oct. 52d, 1S?^. l|fif i\ v- jy KW OIUiP New Orleans M O I USPCK k SVrup 't Ll at Hrownj s. '^r riARI'El\ WAHP The best in market . *t ^^ -? i f B KOTTJ!*. Public Notice. The oV poRllinir <f t . ' .-ul Ashes on Ihe ptreeU oi' bis vi!!u^- -: is t'r.ihiblr.el bv the . I' .v, - 1: I » T ». and •rdiuaiicn eonJidnivl in the charter under a peu- ilt y ol live do|i;>;s (\V ; aeh off. lire. Tllt-rr. c:ifi be no oPjeelioil to tlie p bioing of <\ - .;i! aslws (-:• llo> streets , >!ovidcd lh«r tiw ¦ I'lviul and not rnip tcd in ;t heap. The Trustees desire t:> cull att;:ation to tiiia ¦ \ act . H y oilier , 37tf ' V. 'M. LOWEM , Clerk. . /\ 1ANTO V FLAN'NEbS—I'j T .ie' - e« from Iii i • v^ ' ccnts par yard up. at BROWNS. HOLIDAY NOTHING can be more appropriate for a Holiday Present than a SS£iVJS K '\CON' RTJ K OIIGA* ! ' . • PRESENTS, Send for illustrated catalogue, aud price li st to J , K 3R QUGIITOX. Wholpsalo and \Retail A gent , 39w2 Patchognc , L. I. I^U A W K U S . -iTiil LTii 'b-i - • -iii- , -ts*nit!i ' ib' . for T. -i- s.- /dio. - . (ieiitl. men , and L-oys , a ' good . assivi t- •nent lit lirowns. ~ NOTICG TO Cli h 1) 1 WHS. TN pursuance of :in order of J dm It Itei 1. i' sq. \\ iiri-og'ite. of liie '\ onnty of \ -nrTolk. notice U hereb y given to r.ll persons hnvintr ehd tns :> .g Rt Siiinuel M. Ha. isey, lato of East Ibmip'on , . in stiid Countv. 'leceased . to pn-sent the s:itn« with vouehers thereof , to tlie nibccrilii r. :it hiUf . ' Rtore ,.. ' . , >\ () 3ii Ib rwnrd >lreet in tbe. f'ity of Ni \ .v ' ' -Y.piK ,. ' -- on or before tlu- .(list diiv of ,In!v next -; : baled , b' cv York, the 201 lav of December. 1872 \llniG JOHN C. JOIINSUN . Kxi-cutor . ' - A TPASIIIOXA' .U.K SHAWLS—A fine r.csortnienl. I just opened at Browus ' . Ibif Sept la ~2. COTtSETR . \V3>ife and Oolore.l j f.-r . onl y AO etc . a pair. Also ' a large assortment of a bel ter quality at Browim. S AG- S I A W Bi )R sj A VI K r GS 13 \ \ K ! Sag H arbor , December 26th. 1 S72. Deposits mad A in- this Bank on or before January 8th , 1873 , will dr a w inter e st fro m January S ^ ENRY R HED Q Eg ) p,. p R f,l. o„t W . S. IT A V E :« S , Treasurer . 3 1- .v2 D _ ' , l' 'MOr,l- ST\ KAU.& WlNTKl' I'A'ITF.i' .SS just recivd b y (> eo . B. limwn . ': Son . Ani-iiis . A 1st) sii ' iBcri|>tions receive.] for f'cnv'iis'> M >:iili- ' iv Vnc- .mw > IlfiiMuifr i l Ji inn- Is to >:ive away. jMotice to Smokers. I • The undersigned has juat. received a l?.r<*<, ' an .ortment of Imported Cigars , \Virginia Smoking Tobacco , Fancy Articles , .to. 31tf B. J. HAUliAND. Sag-Haribor Savings Bai|^ The annual rr.eetine' of,Mm IrnsleeK of ' thig ; i: Rank will be held in the Bankins: v«oms , ^^ j an . ¦ - ¦ im ry 4th , 1873. at 10 o^clock a. in. ' ' ¦ ¦ \ - .: W. S. HAY03NS , TrPannrv ' ¦ . Sag-Harbor , N. Y. December 2Gth , IS72 . ' SILK and -Worsted Fringes.at BuOWXS . TFTF. beautifu l Ohromos . ns IVemiurn n to ^ i| ),. reriherfi for Pemorcsts 'Il' iistnited Montli ly Mutrazine of Fashions, and the Young America with the. .Thnuiiry. No can be seen at BROWNS . j Ainuai-y 2<3 , 1ST3 / • I I H (1K M P R P - The annals of mcdlclr. c h-aVno v , I »-U»ft nCll>. . re:-or.l of mich fame in 1 In euro ct ' I »\^crsn^- . ! \ - 'criitula Man Discuses ami Humor* n^ '' \\&£ l \ ^ T 1 '\ • l m -^ V K '' K- ''- \LOOM PfliiriKK. - l ||ra ; l Vlor tiie eurft of ilispases of the Liver .. Kiu- \U^S i/ iiifjsar.il ItiiK ' .der . it is beyond motev au<t IW I , f«e: aiMl fs aii ntigH ol irercv to ' tlume \' r&<JL t i ™ncr t** r *' f r \ UI pj stivencss , Pemale Weulc- «T^ t. -4i ; i c ^ „oi lt'lIl!iHtiKIi1 , - or nu y \'erve Ulseose. i CftiSiSr . I-or Blliioii.siicss . lleadaelic. Ovspepsia ami i 7&i£«£>r l, r h >!' a >' < \ sta ' :,,s l>rc- .einfiie»!iy at, tli e Head ' —•—«.f nil oilier n-iiicJies ; and In I' ritnarv Con- sumption positively enuiuaily cures tlie disease * The beauty of these fur. 13 is , they are emphatically true - warranrcd no . Try it once. I' or sale everywhere * ' KKNYOX , POTTilt i CO., Syracuse , N. Y „ Oenera i Ageuti. . - . - : v . . . pnvvicil EDWARHs— IKN^rN'O- \ —At the residence of the hiids ' s parenbi . at Rrljlcro Hamnton. on the - \0th ult , by Rev V. r ; V Stiiokland l> !> .. Wiili ;in Edwards to M' n-s Kininu Jen- P' il?\ : HE!3r. l' \S_ -ROOEn<?—At fentre Moriches , on the 2\ ilh ult , hy Ilnv . Samuel IVhaley. -Iohn iN * . Hedges , jr., of Bridge-Enmpton . to A \ias l' anny S. Roger* of: the fortner ' p lace.

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