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Hammond advertiser. (Hammond, N.Y.) 1886-19??, September 09, 1886, Image 5

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CHURCHES. METHODIST,—Key. Isaac Jenkins pastor. Seiv vices at 11 a, m., PBESBYTEKIAN,—Jtev. D. A. Ferguson pastor. Services at n u. m. TJNIVER8AM8T;—Sunday School ana Bible Class-at 11 a. in. THURSDAY, SEl'T. 9, 1886. IIIAI.V« X.KAVJB HA»HMII NORTH. 10:29 a. m. and 4:51 p. in. SOUTH 9:08 a. m. and 5:15 p. m. LOCAL IVEAV.S* ..;. Last day of Ogdensburg fair. Warm weather still continues. Wild ducks are quite plenty at Oliip- pewa Bay. ....Campers are leaving the 'river in large numbers. ... .New Stoves for fall trade arriving every day at AV. T. Stiles'. The Graded School opened last Monday with a good attendance. .. .Silks, Velvets, Piushes and Satins in new Fall Colors, at Alirie Brothers. . .^ The party at (he Taylor House, last Friday evenings was fairly attended. (Jo to M. \V. M oyer's for Kensing- ton Stamping. New designs just re- ceived, tf. ..;. Correspondents will greatly oblige us if. they will send In their \copy 1 ' as early as JMbnday evening. Oamels Hair, Bouoja and Home Spuiis in new Fall Dress Goods, at Algie, Brothers, Ogdensburg. The Hammond Graded School open- ed on Monday last with Mr. Cobb, head teacher, and Miss Purves, primary teacher; The Carthage fair is to take place oh • the same days as the Ogden3burg far, viz: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week The Ogdcnsbuig stieet lajlroad will be m good running otdei for the fair. The i ompgr!xJia& ..lately placed'seveial new cars on the line The political .contest is becoming more and more intetcsnng, each candidate (eels certan of his e'cction,—but—if—I might have been (?) The B. W. «fc O. company has re-: moved the platforms and steps around the station. The company probably think they have made grant improvements. Mr. Patrick Donnelly, of Bossie, got his hand entangled in a rope in connection with the horse fork, on Thursday last, and got it badly mangled. Medical aid was summoned and most of one finger had to be amputated. Photographs are now taken in Ham- mond at lower prices tlian ever before, Card size $1.00 per dozen; Cabinets one half dozen. $1.50; Boudoir one half dozen $2,50. Views of buildings &c. at corres- ponding low rates. , . ,!Seven cows belonging to William J. Averell of Ojrdensburg wore killed by the cars a little this side of that city one nifjlit last week. They had broken out of their enlosure and were wandering along the track of the road. ... > FARM FOR SALE.—The undersigned wishes to inform the public that he will sell his farm, consisting of 72 acres, situ-, ated on the Burns road,\ about one mile from the Rossie road. Good running water on the premisis. The house, which is part. log and part frame, is in very good con- dition. For further information enquire of C. A. GBEGOR. tf. .The Goiiverneur fair was a decided success. The weather was fine and judic- ious advertising, combined with the repu- : tationofthe place for going in for a big thing, drew a vest crowd of people; The' programme throughout was very good—the; sham battle and electric .lights being new features., It is said that about 17,000 tick- ets of admission were sold. .... The slate roof coating OoM agents continue to Jo a good business in Hammond. .... .A fine three-year-old colt and new top buggy, with Brewster springs, for sale. Enquire of H. J. Forrester. tf. ... .Mr. Cook, formerly in the IT. & B. R. employ in Morristown, has taken the place of Mr. Franklin as station agent at Hammond. . It is expected that the Carthago and Adirondack railroad _will be cnnipli.-tnd from Carlh.-ige to fliir i.-villn by S>.|itemb«i' 10th. About lmll'u iiillo of truck is now being laid each (Jay, Prof, Barney Whitney and family, of Ogdensburg, are afflicted in the death of the second daughter, M iss Jennie O. Whit- ney, on Sunday last, after a lingering • ill nes, at the age of twenty. The family have; the deepest sympathy of the community. .... The citizens .of Massena are very much disappointed because a pafsenger train is not run over their new road in time to catch the summer travel; A great many people desire to visit the springs, but are kept from doing so by the long stage ride from Norwood. LOST,—A pair of gold bowed glasses in a red plush case, on the road between the jl/arvih if ill and the St. Lawrence cheese factories. The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning the same to this office or at the residence of Mis. Isaac Austin. lw. An attempt was made to wreuk a train on the Rochester branch of the JR. W. & O. railroad Friday. Tl'ie engineer of the train saw a man piling a -quantity or rails, planks, &c, on the .track, but succeeded in stopping'before striking them. The would- be wrecker took to- the woods, but was capturefl after a hot chase, Me is suppos- ed to be insane. Goto :t.he ADVERTISER office for your Job Punting The office has betn fitted up with new and handsome fonts of type, and is in cliargp of an experienced printer. A. large stock' <lf stationery, including Plain\ and Fnn^y Wed Img^ond other ooids, State- ments Envelopes, Bill' and Lettei Heads. Fust-class woi k guaranteed at ( as low pi ice- as can be obtained anywhere ^ tf A gang of workmen have been en- gaged for the past two weeks making ex 7 tensive changes around the Hammond de- pot. They have removed the platforms and., built steps up to the door of the waiting, room and also put down a narrow pl'itform between the swiich main track suid the switch; The general appe.irance of the change is. not -suggestive of an improve*- ment, but it is the railroad magnates' fancy and all right. . .... Hon. G. S. Conger, of Goiiverneur, who left for California in July last, has been taking ii. the picturesque sights of the Pa- cific slope. Writing from the Yosemite Valley under date of 26th ,Aug, to a friend ; in Hammond. M\: Conger says; \I have had a very pleasant trip so far. I thought I had seen something of a mountain and. canyon scenery before reaching here, but the trip through the roftaes, Pike's Peak, Echo and Weber canyons, etc., sfc»^\p;w\ comparison with the grand -- '^MJ \of the Yosemi te.\ /^f Mr. Conger intend;,visiting his brothers in Jfinnesota on b^iiomeward journey. /# -— ... TAxffM. Moyer is reported as being: quite iiySp Mr. D. E. E\slis returned from Park City last J/bnday ana intends to locate in Hammond. . . .'.Miss Blenis, of Camden; who has been visiting her sister, Mrs, .Herbert'Selleck,. for a few days returned to her home last week. ....Br, H. K. Kerr, who has been spending a few,days at his former home, in Eemptville, Ont,, returned to Hammond last Tluiisd&y. ...... Mrs* Di D- Zoller, .her daughter Stella and son Frank, who have been visit-' ing nliitives and friends in Hammond for the past? four weeks, returned to their home in Rochester, last Friday. I have now opened the largest stocK of Boots, Shoos mi Hutber Goods, EVER SHOWN M HAMMOND.- -CONSISTS OF- Ladies' and Misses' fine French Kid Shoes, Ladies' and Misses' fine Curso Kid. Shoes, Ladies' and Misses' \ fine Uumo Kid WajMng Shoes, Ladies' and Misses' fine Curs© Kid Slip^ pers, Ladies' and Misses' stout Calf Shoes, Men's and Boys' fine\Shoes Men's aiid Boys^Pure Gum Ladies' Pure Gum fine Rubber Boots, Misses' Pure Guni,fine Rubber Boots,, Children's Pure Gum fine Rubber Boots. • -ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF KUBBERS,-^ In fact a full and complete* stock of every- thing in the BOOT and SHOE line, and will be sold at the very lowest prices, Special prices made to families guying a full outfit of Shoes. Jk»Mf W' *JW TXAMIXONTOJ Iff. Y. Gold and Silvei Watches, Clocks, Sil- verware and Jewelry at astonish- ing Low Prices. Also Re- pairing, Skilfully done. ;.„, —,>«*££~<<—- . ALL GOODS AND WORK Gitranteed First-Class, ©ome and 1 see Goods and get Prices before buying. Manufacturer and Dealer in MY MOTTO IS \<*O0f> G^OO®$ $0 LOW GEO. T. MCNEIL, Hammond, N . Y. ATTENTION! FOR ONE DOLLAR IN HDVANCE -THE. WILL BE -.JSENT ONE TEAR TO Am AD- •DRESS'isr^HE UNITED STATES OR CANADA, THE ADVERTISER CO. AND J. IF. OLOYES (of Utica) Ladies'Fine Shoes a Specialty. HAMMOND, N. Y.. SOM.WFl&lW&_ Mag W • The Pheeaiz New plan ot insurance. Offering afcthe age of 65 choice of three things : First: May receive CASH to the amount of one and one-half times his original Policy, or $1,500 for every $1,000 in- surance. Secoud: A paid-up policy for twice the original policy,,or $2,000 for every $1^000 of insurance. Third: An annuity for Guaranteed Annual Income for Life of twenty per cent.»f th6 origi- nal policy, or $200 for every $1,000 in- surance. This company also issues at ordinljry Life rates, a policy maturing at the age of 80. All Policies issued become, paid-up for a definite sum, after three years, without any act on the part of the assured. N.. E. STONEBDHN* Norwood, N. Y. General ^gent for St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties. , H. K. KERR, M, D. Medical Exam- iner, Hammond,, N. Y. • . Subspribe for the ADVERTISER. Only one dollar a year, fifty cents for' six months, twenty-five cents for three months, in ad- vance;

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