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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, October 17, 1877, Image 4

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Elmira Daily Bazoo The OFFICIAL ORGAN of the Workingmen of Elmira and Chemung County, PUBLISHED EVERY NOON BY E. C. GEORGE & CO., 130 EAST W ATER ST. TE KMS:—Single Copy, One Cent. Single Copy one month delivered hy carrier or by mail, 25 Cents. Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1877. —W e furnisTi our readers with a supplem ent containing the P resident's mes.sage to-day. — Or* A. S. Sellen is daily doing good work work for the G reenback cause, — S o u thport, First D istrict, hold caucuses at the School House at 7 1-2 P. M , Friday. —Joe Benjam in keeps the finest fruits in the market. —R e g ister, if you w ould be entitled to cast a solid G reenback vote this election. —D r. Banning lectures this evening to mar* ried gentlem e n and sober-m inded young m en. — Rem e m b e r the dance to-night of N eptune 2 a t the A rm o ry H a ll — P arties desiring the services of Mr. Beau­ m o n t should address this office. — And on Saturday next the m ining ticket will be put in the field. —W e hope by M onday next to give our read­ ers a larger paper w ith full telegraph reports. — R . Beaum o n t spoke to a large assem b lage at M illport M ondav night. H e reports a rous­ ing m eeting. — T h o se w ishing advertising space in the BAZOOshould hand in their copy by f o u r o ’clock the day preceeding, — A ll the wards and towns hold their caucuses some tim e this w eek for the election of five d e l­ egates each to the county convention. --D r. Poisel, Chaplain e le c t o f the H o u se, is a l ­ most entirely blind. H e was once a shoem aker in M a rtinsburg, W . V a ., and studied theology w h ile w o rking on the bench. H e has passed fifty years in the M ethodist m inistry, and con. verted R a lph T u c k e r from avowed scepticism by m eans of a pow erful serm o n. An ex-editor is living in fine style near the foot of Lake ICeuka. H e has a beautiful resi­ dence and a choice vineyard. It is not often ihatone enters so soon into his rew a rd.— Gazette, A n d we have not heard as T w eed ever pre­ sented his paper with 0,0 0 0 either. — B oat racing at Owego — A new twenty-five barrel well has been struck in the Allegany district. —T h e Coe sisters, on Monday evening gave an entertainm e n t in Canisteo. —W e understand Mr. A usbum Towner is about to assum e an editorial position on ihe Gazette — G o to Young & Co., No. 7 East Chiuxli street for coal o f all kinds. They are reliable an«l pleasant to deal w ith. — Dr. T. F . Chase and C. N Shipman have taken their .seats as mem bers of the Bojml of Education. — One of E lm ira’s oldest citizens, Mr. Sylcn- hain G ail died yesterday afternoon T h e Third W ard caucus w ill be held Thursday night at usual place. J ^ ^ W a n t e d ,— A first-clars cook at the ern House, 113 W est T h ird street. A w o rkingm an’s store conducted I'V w o rkingm en. T h a t of H . & F. Brickw eddie’»i, stove deaiers, 1 16 Lake st. They keeji on hand the Crown Jew el parlor stove. It has no super­ ior on the m a rket. W e sugge.st to our ]>atitmb to give the above firm a call. Jj;^*Go to Covvens for the cheape.st goods in America. ^:^*Cowen keeps Teas, Crockery, Stone ware, Butter Crocks, Flow er pots and a full assorlnien of Paper, Iron and T in wares for half the price charged by other dealers. J[^\C o w e n keeps every thing and sells cheap­ er than any body. ^:^\W h e n you get almost Busted ami vvani a big pile of goods then go to Cowens, 200 1 a>t W ater St,, Elm ira Twenty-Five Soldiers’ Homestead Claims to locate in Hodgman County^ Kansas. Apply a t once to R eed V efguson , From 7 to 8 p. m . N o . 108 Baldwin Street. MRS. L. D. KENFIELD, Fashionable Milinery, 225 FRANKLIN ST. (Near Fennsylvanla Avenue.) S ^ k . specialty made of CUSTOM WORK. All work warranted to give satisfaction and at reasonable prices. W E B STER HOUSE, —HANDY TO DEPOT.— GEO, P. SWARTS, Manager. US West Third St. XT. Y . Terms Sl-50 per day. This hotel is situated near the de­ pot, and has been refitted and newly furnished. The present manager, recently of Canandaigua, proposes to make this A FIRST CLASS HOUSE, Table and rooms equal to any house in the city. Can accommodate ten more day boarders at reasonable rates.

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