THE CORRECTO R SAG-HARBOK , L. I. SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 7 , 1903 . THE OLD BURYIN G GROUND. A RRANGED FOR P UBLICATION BY G. E. L ATHAM . \What is now called the \Old Bury ing Ground , \ the \ silent city of tho dead , \ is situ ated in the center of the village of Sag Harbor , N . Y., on what ia quits a hill. From all sides of the plot , as you look at it from the street , the attention of the passer-by is called to it. On the north it is bounded by Union Street , on ' the west b y Madison Street , on the south b y Latham Street , and on the east by the Presby terian Church . In it , are laid at rest many of the early settlers of the vil- lage , possibl y soma of its founders. His- tory says Sag Harbor was settled about the years 1730 or 1740. The earl y set- tiers or residents of the village , were em- p loyed in the coasting trade. Sloops and schooners were largely used at this time in the West India trade. The houses, the first of them were built near the water , on the north-west part of the village , or weat of the old \Hog Neck Brid ge . \ In looking oy . e? this \Old Bury ing Groun d , \ and reading the inscrip tions on the old. moss-grown gravestones , we find that persons were buried in it nine years before the Revolutionary War . On these tombstones the ravage s of time have made inroads. The old and familiar names we have read on the tombstones , which are especiall y noticeable , we have cop ied. They are as follow s : Raymond , Clark , Hed ges , Price , Crowell , L'Hommedieu , Treman , R ussell , Jermain , Latharo , Tay- lor , Hall , Coot , Goodwin , Jaggar , T y> I- den , jp sonjson , Sayre , Davall , Harris , Eldred ge , Collins , Rip ley, Corey, Chase , Harlow , Whittlesey, Hildreth , Gelston , How el l , Parker , Stuart, Woodruff , and pthers. Many bodies were taken out from this enclosure , some years ago , and bur- iad in \Oakland . Cemetery, \ or Burying Ground. Iu law , it is said , \ possesBion 'is nine points , ' 1 and if such is the case , then we thin k these deceased who have held quiet possession pf this syq i , for so long a time , oug ht NOT to be DISTURBED , or tbe BDBIA I I PLACE EITHEB . There are also other connections about this spot , which make it dear to those who have friends ami. relaUvss buned ther e. Where the \Old Bury ing . Ground\ now is , no doubt in earl y settlement of the village , when this tract was laid out for burial purposes it wa« thickly wooded , as now is the Oak- land Cemetery, in the southern part of tbe village. We ^yerje informed a few days ago , by an old citizen , that he was told the first burial in the \Old Bury ing Ground\ was that of a small child , and the mother was heart-broken to think that her child had been buried all alone in the woods , and that after dar k , she went withm this enclosure aud stayecj b y the grave of the child all ni g ht long. If this ia true , the first burial iu }t must have been in the summer time. How true this statement , is we know not , but we g ive it as stated to us. Suggestions have ljee . i) * made from time to time in regard to these grounds being used for bchool purposes. We dg not fall in with this idea. Let the \Old B urying Grouud\ remain as it is. There are oth- er p laces on which to build g school building, if necessary. Don 't dis turb thig resting place of the dead 1 The lar dies of our Yillage Improvement Society have these grounds in charge. We know they will not see it disturbed. In look- ing over sonic old papers a week or two since , we found an old deed , which re- lates to this matter , which have we copied as follows : Thomas Tarbell to Hubbard Lath ^ m , 10 acres , now Bury ing Ground , ^18.00 , 1772. Lot No. 1 , Great Division, north by highway ; east by land of Sarah Tarbell ; south by land of Edward Howell ; west by lau d of David Hand , and Hubb*rd Latham. 1772 , Now. Presbyterian Church in Lot No. l f Great Division. The above which has been written , is an outside copy of the Thomas Ta . rb . ell fl . ee-d ;. The following is on the insi qe , of the Thomas Tarbell deed : '' • .Kn .p. w , a. 14 ioen by these Presents , thajj I K Th , onia 1 8 Tarbell , of the township of Riohmont , in tbe county of Barkshier iu Boston , Government; Physician . Do . for the consideration of the sum of Eighteen pounds , York money , which being pajd to my full satisfaction b y Hubbar d Latham , of/tl^e town of Southampton ^ in the coun- ty of Suffolk , and province of New York , cordroinder. ' The Receipt of Money I do acknowledge aud myseif Fully satis- fied , contested aud Paid, have given , granted , aud do by tbe Presents , Give , Grant , Bargain , Sell , Convey, Confirm , un- to the said Hubbard Latham and his heirs and assigns forever : One certain piece of laud , lying in the Lot No. 1 , Great Divis- ion , aud contains Ten Acres , be it more or less , aud is butted aud bounded as fol- lows : Begiuuiug north by a Highway, and east by the land of Sarah Tarbell ; south bv the up land Swamp of Edward Howell a west b y David Hand aud Hub- bard Latham ; to be unto him , the sd. Hubbard Latham , to have aud hold , Po- ssess and enjoy the same as his own prop- erty aud Lawful Estate of Inhoriteuce for- ever : One cetaiu piece of laud lying in the Lot No. 1 , Great Division , and con- tains Ten Acres , be it more or less , and is butted or bounded as follows : Beg iuuiug north b y n hi g hway, and east by the land of Sarah Tarbel l ; south by the up land and Swamp of Edward Howel l ; west b y Da- vid Hand and Hubbard Latham ; to be unto him , the sd. Hubbard Lathain , to have and to hold , Posseee and enjoy the same as his own and their property and lawful estate of Inheritance forever. And furthermore , I the said Thomas Tarbell , for me and my heirs , executors and administrators and assigns , Do Cov- enant ; and I engage the Afore Dismissed premises to him the said Hubbar d Lath- am , his heirs and assigns forever , against all lawful claims or demands of any per- son or persons whatsoever , to warrant , secure and defend the same , in witness whereof , I have hereunto set my hand and seal , this twent y-sixth day of August , and iu the year of our Lor d , 1772. Signed , Sealed and Delivered in the Presents of S Simeon Mackley, ) Rich ard Carpenter . THOMAS TARBELL. [SEAI.] Among some memorandums of the late Mr. Eleazor L atham , w , e fin , d the follow- ing : Oldest Burj ing Ground at Sag Harbor— May 5 , 1767—A t a meeting of the trustees held b y adjournment , voted and ordered b y said trustees , that Mr. Wm. Rogers aud David Woodruff , shall purchase a piece Of land at S^ g Harbor , near Meet- ing House , not to exceed £ of one acre , to be for a burial place , ; and th at at the town ' s cost. \ June 23d , 1767—The trustees being met by adj ournment , voted and ordered , by said trustees , that E> #y . id Hand , may and shal l have a certain piece of laud , ad- joing on the south side of his home lot. Bounded on the trea t , on the lands of Peter Hildreth , and is 5 poles , 21 feet and a half wide at the west end , and runs eastward 30 poles . in leng th , coming to a pojni. To be unto him and his forever , iu con- sideration of a certain piece of land at or n«ar the meeting house , as it is layed off and staked out for a burial p lace to be to the trustees of Sag Harbor and their suc- cessors forever , for and in consideration of tho said land adjoining Hand' e lot. A copy from the Records of the proprie- tors trustees. Edwin Post , OJerk. David Hand to Hubbard Latham , north by Biiryjng Ground. Deed 1770. This is what is now called tbe Old Burying Ground , on Madison St. , cornar Union . The last interments which were made in the Old Burying Grouud were in the year 1784. Among other old papers we find the following :— \State of New York , si i^- Be it remembered that on tbe 28th day of Aug. 1810 , before me ' , Corn ' s Slei ght , a Master in Chancery, for the State of Ney Yor k , personall y appeared Sophia Hand , and person well known here , and who i« a, subscribing -witness to the within, who being duly sworn , says tbat slje saw Da- vid Hand make his mark to the within and aek owled ge the same for the u es aud purposes therein contained , and finding no material era8ureB , oi interliniations , do allow the same to be recorded. G Q BN ' S SI J EIGHT. David Hand was the person of whom Latham purchased. Gideon Hand , his son , has heard him make the declaration. Knows Latham , the person , as person who paid. To whom it may concern , I certify, tha t I David Hand , hayo sold the whole of the northern part of my lot to Hubbard Lath- am , excepting 3 acres , to Icknbod Ed- wards aud the \Bury ing Ground. \ Bridgehatnpton , 1808. As witness , my hand , David Hand. X , his mark. Iu presence of Sophia Hand , State of New York. David Hand' s Deed , to Hubbard Lath- am , Near Burying Yard , 1804 , 1 and i acres , 1804 , May 3d. —-To a}l peop le to whom these presents shall come , Greet- ing, know ye that I David Hand , farmer of Southampton , County of Suffolk , State of New York , for and in consideration of six pounds current money of New York , to me in hand paid b y Hubbard Latham , the recei pt whereof I doe hereb y acknowl- ed ge , and myself full y satisfied and paid doa discharge him , the said Hubbard La- tham by these presents and confirmed te . him , the said Hubbard Latham , his heirs, and assi gns forever , a certain tract of land in the town of Southampton , in lot No. 1 , Great Division , containing one acre and one fourth of an acre , butted aud bound- ed westerl y by the Jand of B , rad , ick Qor- ey, and northerly by the land of Bradick Corny ; easterly by Sag Harbor road , aud southerly land of Hubbar d Latham , to hold the said bargained premises with all the privileges to the same belonging to him t the said Hubbard Latham , bis heirs and assi gns forever , and tbe said David Hand for me my heirs and executors do covenant aud engage to him , the aaid Hubbard Latham , 1 am the true and law- f ul owner of- the above bargained premis- es, aud have full power to sell the same as above said , and furthermore tb ,e as,;d David Hand ; for myself , my heirs , and ex- ecutors do covenant and enga ge the above bargained premis . es to Hubbard Latham ,. , his heir* a, nd assigns against thq lawful claim o£ any person or persons whatso-^ ever , hereafter to warrant aud defend in witness hereof , I have hereunto set my hand , and seal this Third day of May, One Thousand Eighteen Hundred, and Eo-u ,r» Si gned , Sealed and Deliver!. . D AVID H AKD . Iu presanco of Daure r Howell , , Martha Hildreth , (Mark). The total valuation of Suffolk Count y propert y for tax purposes is a little , short; of $52 , 000,000,. CATARR H CANNOT BE CURED with iiOCAii AP»iiiCATioxs > as they- cannot reach the seat of tbe disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease , and iu order to cure it you must take internal remedies . Hall' s Catarrh Cure ia taken , internally, a . nd acts directly on the blood and mucous si\rfe^es. HafcPs Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best, physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescr iption. It is composed of the best tonics known , combined with the best blood purifiers , acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combina- tion of the two ingredients is what pro- duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free : F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Sold by all druggists. Toledo , O. Hall' s Famil y Pills ore the best. Xo Curo Constipation forever. TtUe C=iscaret_s Cuml y Ca.lhart.ic 10c or aSo. U P. C C, J»U to c\n- _ s , arupgisis retail nwns» FAHI'S CLUB SMOKER. On Monday evening last the Fahys ' Rifle Club held a smoker in their rooms on Washing ton St., and prizes were giv- en to tbe winners in the rifle shooting wihlch has been going on ,at their range on the Brid ge Hampton turnpike , for some time past. In addition to the prize distribution ther e was a musical enter- tainment both vocal and instrumental , and a good time generally. The . .special prizes were awarded aa follows ' . 1 R. Ekstrand 74 C. Biechele 72 F. Haase 72 B . Cadish 70 Theo. Bie . eb , eJe 70 J. Connolly 70 These were out of a possible 75. The prizes consisted for the most part ol handsome pieces of furniture. The score by points out of a possible 1500 , during the ten weeks ' shoot , #hpw . ed th. e follow- ing : B. Csdish . 1311 Cap t. Bieehete . .,. .. . ..,. 1285 Paal Schrier.... . ' 1278 J. Connoll y ... .. . 1243 F. Fischer . . .. ... . ... . ' .... . ... ' . .. ' . ' .... . . IMS N. Beyuon 1231 O. Combs 1229 W. S. Wilson 1201 Theo. Biechele „ 1190 C. Weidlog ,. ... . ,., ... . . 116 7 H. Coatea ... . . . .. ' . 1183 F. Sckupka.. ' .. ' .. ' 1165 f, Haase 1148 R. Estrand 1145 E. Fordham 1^41 C. Sprake V. ..... 114(1 M. Sloab y . \ 1135 S. Combs ' .. ' 1099 H. Card,, . .. \ . 1092 TS f Gregory 1Q14 J. Baier , . . , . 1014 C. Butts. ' .. ' ' .. ' ......... ' ' .. ' ... ' ' ' , ....... 923 FOOT BALL. A game of fppt-ba^ between the Star A. C. eleven and an al jL-§ag Harbor team p layed at the Park Grounds the afternoon of Election Day, attracted #, large crowd of spectators who witnessed a fine exhibi- tion. The Stars scored a touch down in $be first half ; in second half no /score was made. Thus the Stars won b y a score of 5-0. There was also , & very closely contested game of basket ball p layed by the crack Star team aud a team of Hi g h School boys. The g line resulted in a tie—8-8. In the play off the Stars won by two points . The school boys played a fast game , and deserve praise for the excellent showing made against so strong a team as the Stars. A C ORRECTION . -^Tn g iving thp percen- tage of the propert y voted upon in the electric light question last -week the drop- ping of a type made the figure appea r rid- iculous. A little more than 34 per ceut of the resident tax payers voted , repre- senting an assessed \ valuation of $532 , 300 , fir .about 41} per ceut of the whole resi- dent property . The total resident prop- erty on the hist assessment roll was val- «.|a . at §1 , 284 , 150. / at is said jihafc John Bagshaw , of Eiver- ! . pi. who stood by Surrogate-elect Belford in the Surrogate fi g bt this year , would . }i' s-;Q to be Clerk of the Probate Court or Tax Sale Clerk. -In Amit yvilie are Wells which may drown this Ambi- tion . Mother Gray ' s Sweet Powders for Chil- dren—Successfull y used by Mother Gray nurse in the Cbildreu ' s Hom« , New Yorit , cure Feverishness , Bad Stomach , Teeth- ing Disorders , move and regulate the bowels , and destroy Worms. Over 30 , - 000 testimonials. They never fail. At all druggists , 25c. Samp le free. Ad- dress Alien S. Olmsted . Le Roy, N. Y. ! HOW'S THIS ? We oflfer One Hundred Dollar s Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cur- ed b y Hall' s Catarrh Cure. F. J.; CHENEY & CQ^ Props , Toledo , O. We , the undersi gned , have know n F. J. Cheney for 15 years and believe him perfectl y honorable in all business trans- actions and financiall y able to carry out any obli gations made by their firm % W EST & T IJUAX , Wholesale Druggists , Toledo ^ O. W ALDINO E JNNAN & M ARVIN , Wholesale Drugg ists , Toledo , O. Hall* ? Catarrh Cure is taken internall y cting directl y upon the blood and muooU j, urfaces of the system. Price 75c perbot- le. Sold b y all Drugg ists. Testimonials rer Hall' s Fami l y Pills ara the best. THE LIGHTING QUESTION Mr. SUehau , an electrical engineer , was in town yesterday in consultation with President Reimaun and oth er members of the Board of Trustees in relation to the proposed electric light plant. At a jmeetiug of the Board of Trustees held Monday eveniug Mr. Kiev nan ap- peared aud wanted an immediate an- swer in regar d to the purchase of the old electric li g ht p lant. The Trustees however took uo action. Mr. Palmer , of the Sag Harbor Gas Works , is obtaining contracts ifrom our sbop keepers aud others for a supply of gas at reduced rates for iroii three <to five , years. Tho Trustees within a week , or as soon as the necessary information and terms can be obtained, wil l take such action as they deem advisable upou the lighting question. E AST H AMPTON E LECTM © L IGHTS . —The Town Board has made a contract with the East Hampton Electric Li^ bt Goip pany supp l y 105 ekotric li ghts , 24 caudle power , au .d 15 oil lamps in the streets for three years , at $1 , 200 tbe first year , $1 , - 400 the-second , and $1 , 500 the third year. It Keeps the Feet Warm and D ry. Ask to-day for Allen ' s Foot-Ease , a pow- der . It ciir, 33 Chilblains , Swollen , Sweating, Sore , Aching, Damp feet . At all drugg ists and shoe stores , 25e. JAFFK'S NEW lee Cream Neatest, Cleanest aud Finest Furnished place in town. E^Hnvinjj'lcasca the store in Kavnor ' s 'block , one door south of P. O. building- , nnrt furnished tlie same as a first class Tc-c Cream Parlor , I re- spectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Puroet of .Ice Creams atui lees, in all llavors , will bo kep t constantly on hand. iieautmu soda Water new Fountain -just in stalled. -Jce cold drinks and rofByshiiuj bevep- agrcs served in a moment. Full line of Havers. Syrups made from the purest ol' fruit jui ces . Large StocK «t Oclicimis C- .m.iies , Bon-lions , Cliooohitoa aiicl TooLlisonia Conifila. Our .u« n- uies suaramveert .fresh . from tin; maker. No old stock eu huud. —FRUITS IN SEASON— Our Aim is to Please the Public. Give us a Call . SAMUEL JAFJF E, Main St. Sag Harbor. CHANGE OF TIME TABLE. LOSG ISI.AXI> EAILKOAD. A new time tabl e of the Lon g Islan d Railroad went into effect on Wednesday Oct. 14th. It is subject to chan ge with- out notice. Trains will LEAVE SAO HAKBOB At 6:42* , 7:00t, 8:28 a. i n., 1:58 p. m. ?This train will not be run after Nov. 2. fThis train will not be run between Amagansett , Sag Harbor , etc. , until Nov. 3. ABRrvrNG AT IONG ISIiAXD CITX At9 ; :25 . a. m., 10:22 a. in., 11:26 a. m., and 5?25 p. m. ZiEAVE IiOX G ISLAKD CITY FOR SAG HAKBOR \ 8^52 a. m., 3:35}, 4:02§, and 5:00 p. m. JThis train will not be run between East port , Amagansett , Brid ge Hampton , «nd Sag Harbor afte Nov . 2d . |This train will not beiun until after Oct. 31. ABBirrKG AT SAG HARBOB 12.00 m ., 6:51 , 6:3 7 , and 7:5 6 p. m. TBATN FOB OKBElfFORT Leaves Sag Harbor at 9 :42 a. m. . ar- rives at Greenport at 12:26 p. m. ; re- turnin g, leaves Greenpor t at 1 :30 p. m., arrives at Sag Harbor at 4:16 p. m. §DSIfXX TRAJSS Leave L , L Cit y 9:10 a. m., 4:20 p. m. arrive Sag Harbor 12:45 , 7 :24 p. m. Leave Sag Harbor , 7:30 a. m., 4;12 p. m. arrive L. I. Cit y 10 ;34 ft. m., l> r ±a p. m. Brookl yn trains leave about 15 minutes earlier than Jj. I- City grains , and trains arrive at Brookly n about ten minutes Jat^r than at L. I. City. M.ATDS Gtose at 6- -25 a. re., S J IQ a. m., 9:15 a, m.j (for Greenport) , 11:15 a. m,, (for poin ' t^ east of Bridge Hampton), and 1- A0 p. ' m. The corn, shucks ^ndicate an early -win- der and the goose boi f O pays ifc will be earl y and a hard one. Steamer Sarah Thorp, of the Bliss Co. toot up her ifioorlngs on Taesd ^ and. is laid tip for Hie winter at Long Wharf. The Daughter* of Liberty are holding a Bummago Sale this week iu the store on Washing ton St. , latel y occup ied by A. Schwartz. The Sixteenth Annual Ball of Court Montank j F. pf A., will be g iven in the new M$s on|c Hall , on Thanksg iving gyS: Clinton Q. Elliott notifies , the public that he still represents the Mutual Life Insurance Co. , and is read y to write poli- cies. A scientist estimates that the earth will Inst 100 million years longer. This will give Sag Harbor ' gmple time to , get in electric li ghte and build a new school house. 3?h e Ladies pf Christ Church are to hold a Penny Supper at the home of Mis? Am- elia Douglass , U fl ion St. , on Wednesday, Nov. 11 , g iven from 5 to 7 p. m. Each article served will cost a penny. On Tuesday evening Court M pntauk , F. pf A., enter tained the wives*, friends , and \best g irls \ of members , at their lodge TOOIUS on M ^iu St. There was a musical programme aud refreshments were §ery- ed . At So-utb.am .p tan , where special revival services are to be he . lcl next we . elc , the Key. K. F. ^orton wil l assist the Bev. Mr. Barton , of thq Southamp ton M. E. Clwrrclw The . barn au ,^ tool h , ouse o . f Frederick BUI , night wa^chma^ for the Fah ys \Watchcasfi Go.^ wer e totall y destroyed by fire early Ul ectio ,^ ^ > ay , morning. Loss $250. Insured f , pr §100. Origin of fire supposed \o be Jqcgndiary, Eugene Eenelon , ^° * 8 engaged iu business pumuits in Englaud is now in town , visiting hia Brother , Mrs. Gabriel Fenelon. He will return to Eng- land after the holidays , taking with him as a bride , Miss Moll y Mooney, of Brooklyn , who is well known to many in thig yillage. Supt. Quaekenbush . of the Ga« Works , has accepted a position with the Mont- gomery Co. Gas Co., in Nor rial own , Pa. Mrs . B. B. C. Slei g ht , who has been in Europe for the past- four mouths is expect- ed to arrive home on the Deutchland , due to-morrow. The juaryiage of Mias Virginia Madeline Myers , daughter of Mr. and Mrb. Hanni- bal French , to Mr. George Ernest Clarke of Brookl yn , was solemnized iu Brooklvn on the 27th of Oct. At the Ewchro Party in the Library Room , Thursday ni g ht , Mrs . W. H . Van Nostrautl , Miss May Costabel , Bev. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Baudall won the prizes . The proceeds go to Christ Church organ motor fund. Doctor ' s Prescri ption , SAG HARBOR'S LEADING 5c. CIG AR E. G RISWOLD & S ON , Makers. B IVEBBKAD , L. I. PERSONAL. Ladies Can Wear Shoes one size smajler aftei; using Mien ' s Foot- Ease , a powder to be shaken into tho shoes. It makes ti g ht or new shoes, ieel easy ; g ives instant relief to coi ns or bunions. Its the greatest comfort dis - . covery of the ago. Cures and prevents; swollen feet , blisters , callous and sore spots. Allan ' s Foot-Ease is a certain cure for sweating, hot , acbing feet. . At all drug and shoe stores 25o. Trial pack- age free by mail. Address Allen S. Olm- - sted , Le Roy , New York. Br . Ralo^f' s Bsm&dy FOR RHEUMATISM. Easy to take (tablets)—Quick to relieve — Has cured thousands—- .Will cure you. Money back if it doea n ot. $1 per box. • Write to-day if not at druggists. j RUSSIAN REMEDY CO. Geneva * N. Y. . TO HOUSEKEEPERS. Sen d your address on a postal for our special premium offers and a . lib era; ! trial quantity of Electro^Silicon |the famous silver polish used b y owners of silverware all over the world. ''S ILICON , \ -10; Gi>nrSt., New Y' ork. - THERE J S A BIG DIFFERENCE. in tbe condition of a man who carries in- suranc . e aud the one who does not. You realize this . Don 't say it will do to take out a policy to-morrow or next week. - The lire tbat is never going to touch j'cu may occur to-morrow , and then it may be too late. A policy on house or furniture under h y drant protection costs onl y §5 . 00 per £1 , 000 for three years aud its worth it , or $2.00 for $1 , 000 for one year. C. R. SLEIGHT , P. O. Building. H ENRY L. F QISUHAM . J OHN 4, BABTMII . REEVE & BARTLETT. TITLE , INSURANCE AND MORTGAGE LOAN S , Main Offices , Greenport , Long- Island ; 31 Iiibor- ty Streot , New Yoi-k. Branch Offices : it i vcrhcau, T J . I., Jamaica Savings Bonk , Jamaica , \ L. I* Oyster Bay Bank Building, O yster Bay, L. I , I i \~ TiRUSS ' I ii DISCARDED I ¦ ¦ « FOREVER j ' IN FROM 3 TO S WEEKS. I , ' X COHPLKTB . CURB H ' ^UAftAfgTEEDi , BT TBB H MCCANDLJSS TREATMENT 8 Ko charts for Cousultatioacr Examination , 8 and no detention from business or lilcasuro. H >. o operxtion. HichCRt reteEenccn. Callorse&d B for pnmphlet. Controlled exclusively by B . RADICALRUPTURE CURE CO. I ' I 057 Broadway, cor. 17th St., N. Y. g E, W. Scribner , JE WELER & OPTICIA N SAG HARBOR . N. Y. JS^Union Street ,. 2d House ,. Eas t cf Presbyterian Church. PYSPMPSlA A THING OW TJET JS PAS T. If You Have Indigestion this article ought to interest you. No matter what else you may do unless you study proper h ygiene and diet your efforts will not amount to much. The . Laxakola Co ,,, 45 Vesey St., New York , have published a remarkable little book , \Advice to Dyspeptics , \ free to those who ask for it. It tells all about dyspepsia , its causes , what to eat and what not to , and if the advice is followed no one reall y need he troubled with indi gestion. We cell their dyspeps ia cure , Pepsikola Tab- lets , 25 cents , and are authorized , to re- fund the money if the purchaser receives no benefit. Pepsikola Tablets tone up arid stimulate the stomach to do its own work by increasing the gastric juice and saliva. It is particularly recommended to those whoae appetite U poor , with coated tongues , distress after eating and the Qtber ill? always attendant on dyspepsia, Por Sal e at Win. B. Reimann ' s . J 40 *~£ j b «A«DY , CATMA-WTWC ^ **« 2U. OOcT*'' ^^*' \IWff J fr Piifffifflfo og^\ '^ Oragoiifa. Genuine stamped C. C C. Never scid bi bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell \ something tos* as good. \* DER&SAKO&.A ointment cures all skin diseases. DEWEY HOTEL , [I-iiceiu&'d Premises.! J OHN B. M CJ S AHY , Proprietor .. This popular resort has been renovated a.n& newly furnished throii;. -liout, a new liar and fix- tures put in , anil is now pnepureU to supply • the public wiih a tirst class assia-tiiwnr of Brandies , \Vhisl:ieF ,^:ns. ihims and Cordials , imported and Domestic Wines. rS~Lai- frfSt. stock of cit su j^ootls in town kept constantly on hand. FuH Une oI Imported una Dorucsbie Cjiff-rs . Mixed Drinks-— Skilled coucocler to serve patrons. BOWING ALLEYS EEAPv OP HOTEL Tli e Dewey Hotel , Main Street , Sa^ Harbor. 3 t[ Every New Yorker should rea d The Story Of New York State Gy CUSXA Y KQBGS This is a tru e sto.y of the good old Empire State , told in a most interesting ;- .nd reminiscent manner , touching- in a character- istic H)'te upon many people and p laces ot which you hare heard, a luck , but should hear more. The story is in two p. - .rts. The first b-ilf , treating- of ?» ' c\v York City, is in the October issue , and the balance in the November issue of PEA RSON' S tO Cents a Copy SI.CO » Year PEARSON PUBUStllNQ COiVJ- 'AM' Alitor Piass h' e-#- York Cii) I H Jutttr j XSiotthy of Consideration VMM KTQimiC CJZRK4£ CO., Q BKTXJOIGX :—If people wore not so mnch concerned la gratify ,n 3 tho pninffc and more iu- terostsd in tlie nutritlro qualities of tliolr food | and drink , there would bo less glckncsu in Lite E world. The coffeo bean from which eoffoo is I made , contains , according to tho American Jled- j leal Dispensary- , a oubstnnco colled caHoine , S which Is a poison productive, cf headache , palpi- 9 tatlon , sleeplessness , norvouifiiosa , lifmnees of f vision and deafness. Yet pooplo will drlntc this 3 COfftOl £Tf[ri Knei|. ipdldftpreut jyood rorDU]r.iin- 1 lty, when by tonjjuo and pea he d«nonnccd Its f use and icoommended as a cuhstl tnte n cereal B eoUoe. which , while hlKlily nutritive , contains no poisons whatever. For five or six years I have oe«n usini? this cereal product ana would not be without it . It It cost twleo as much as tho poison ous ooltee bean. 35auy of my at-nualnt- ances , who a few years ago were in poor health , are strong to-day, aud tlioy attribute tiia result tathe substitution, ot the cereal for Uu> coiTco boan, I am glad tbat you ;ye ensa^cd In tho pro- duction of a cereal coffee , for- your honesty and Integrity, to which I can testify from aitatpialnt- aneo of i3 735rs , will not permit you to manu- facture any but a pure article. Your I lyKlenlo ' ¦ Coffee Is of a superior quality and I take pleasure In reco mm en d i ng it. Yours trul y, OBEY.) JAMES H. DAY. 5U. Morris , N , Y , Hygienic Cereal Coffee la one of the most f perfect table beverages In the world . It J is Healthful , Palatable ( Nutritious and Economical , and should be served in every household where health is considered. Try it , and note the removal of some ailment with which you have been afflicted , directly- traceable to the use of the bean I coffee, Sol<5 iu one and two pound packages at 15c. and 25c . i The Pe r fecfer Coffe e Pot HAYS YOU SEEM IT? If Jt v. -iii r.iai.c belter coffee than ! yotir old one. u U uut the on& yvit want ? A *. ' ^§&v IK^ '^*\^^* F w \ - i 'r \-i I ^%. t^-' ' - 4 - '^ ' '^ ^^^ ] rli ¦ Vi, ' -^ ifc^ S^i\ ..' ?' s^ l &4aJ jl s \m fe^:^ ;& r^ ^ ^ • - m^rafe^ssg'^wf^ : iLr W^^ f v-i^f i , v*x!^ v5; ;- . - . . ' i.^' .w?.:t i4 l X^v .r, - - . ; :. *;. , Si f.% &- : ¦ ' - . . ;.^^ ^i Ne::t to h' -vi n ti food coffee , in to have so!::2t;i' .n^ \oo' .l to make it in The Perimeter rills :hc above wacts ar.d tnure It snv. -s 2: . )' a! Coffee arj c! extracts a ' .; t!> - st-' . -:i^ -Ji or lae coifee la tne Iraoi l' ' ^ - - ' . '' - .c Xi.v. i: It is ' u:-p. .: ~$i ' r<le to bo-! the coffee wh-ir i:M ' ii ;U (l ' • ! I' .^c-i <u.Co: ' dlll , £ . to dii eC ' . io :s I A.i i./si' -clis y. dealers scM them. i ' | /• < • fij . i - v . r l r;v r i-r ^p ! L. li i ^;; i-J - . .. lL; n^ stF i c f f l i H U j |NT \V!'0\T ?> ¦ » ' • 'Stteugtb aud vi gor comes of good food thoroug hl y di gested . 'Force ' a read y to serve wheat aud barley food , adds uo bur- den , bnt sustains , nuriches. pimicjtl MoTT-^-PoTTER. -^-In tliis village , Oct. .31, by Bev. Bobcrfc V. Norton , Miss May Potter aud Harry Moljt. Gouj iD^-CooK. — Kx, Moutaufc Poiut , Oct. 29 , at the residence of Capt. S^ott , by the Rev. John D . Stokes , Charles O. Gould , of East Hampton , aud Miss Ev- - sliu . e M. Cook , uieee of Mrs , S . eojt . B KOWX . —At Laurel , Oct. 31 . Mrs . Sam. uel Brown , ;e 80 years, Bijrial at Mat titllck.