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Elmira daily bazoo. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1877-1877, November 12, 1877, Image 5

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—Persons who are not regular subscribers of the B azoo can purchase them for one cent per copy at any of the news rooms in the city, but not of our carrier boys, and any person knowing of a carrier boy selling a copy of the B azoo , will confer a favor by giving informa­ tion at this ofdce. —Sherry is coming. Wednesday, 2ist. —Why don*t you go to Bradford? —This is the week of prayer, —The Board of Supervisors meet this week. —Oil has been found in Canisteo. —New time tables on the Erie and North­ ern Central. —Go to the Boston Dry Goods store for bargains, —Texas Jack combination at the Opera House on Tuesday evening. —Joe Benjamin keeps the best assortment of fruits in the city. —The “ Imperial” at lO i Baldwin, is be­ coming a favorite resort with lovers of good smokers. — Will J . McConnell, one of the Pittsburg reformers, will speak at temperance head­ quarters to-night. —The cheapest and best Job Printing in the city done at the B azoo office. W edding and party work a specialty. —The vote for Mr. Beaumont as near as we can get it till the official returns are received areas follows: Chemung 2,724; Stuben 1,500; Schuyler 500; total 4,824. —Rev, E. Horr, Jr., announced to his con­ gregation that he would be absent next Sab­ bath, attending the Golden Wedding of bis parents. —The Rochester Express says that the Greenbackers polled a plurality of 423 votes over the republicans on their State ticket in that city, and a plurality of 515 over the dem­ ocrats. —Mrs. Galatian, mother of Mr. A. B. Gala- Man, of this city, who was so terribly burned Friday evening from the explosion of an oij lamp she had in her hand, died the same night about twelve o’clock. H e r age and the shock to the system, together with the suffering en­ tailed, proved too great a burden and death gathered her to himself. The funeral will take place from the resi­ dence, 305 West Clinton street, this afternoon at two o’clock. —Go to Elmendorf & Shepherd for ‘*Gilt Edge butter.’' * —Miss Potter opens the Annual Course, on Friday evening, November 30th, in new personations. l2^pA few first-class boarders wanted, at 211 Dewitt street. Hr 3 y*Cowen keeps every thing and sells cheaper than any body. Il^j^lf you wish to smoke a workingmans* cigar, try the J. L. R. ^ ^ W h e n you get almost Busted and want a big pile of goods then go to Cowens, 200 East W ater St,, Elmira. ggp”A workingman’s store conducted by workingmen. That of H. & F. Brickweddie’s, stove dealers, 116 Lake st. They keep on hand the Crown Jewel parlor stove. It has no superior on the market. We suggest to our patrons to give the above firm a call. Jg^C o w e n keeps Teas, Crockery, Stone ware. Butter Crocks, Flower pots and a full assortment of Paper, Iron and Tin wares for half the price charged by other dealers. Q O A L , WOOD & LUMBER. FOB SALE BT S. CROSS, 513 Park Place. PRICES OF COAL AT YARD: Stove 4,95 Egg 4,70 N u tt 4,95 ; Pea 3,60. TOTICB TO ALL. THE PLACE TO BUT FIN E GROCERIES AND FRUITS, of all kinds constantly on hand and at LOW PRICES. is at C. A. M U R P H E Y ’S, 167 BALDW IN STREET, ELM IRA, N. Y. 49*0oods delivered to any p art of the city. Q O TO A H U N T & CO., G R E EN B A C K STORE, Corner «f Ann Sireet and Pennsylvania A re., South of Lake St Bridge, FOR GROCERIES CHEAP I

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