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•f ^t -f M*^ -V 2r o^~— 0\ <^^-\v ^VCV2L va» iWt> \S^U/XJ Thursday, Sept 23,1886. VILLAGE DIRECTORY. C]im'CllO&, . ST. JOHN'S CHURCH—Services ovory Sun- day at H'OO A. ii. and 7 001>. »t. RBV. S. W, SmtojraEH, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH-Sorviccs every Sunday at 1100 A, si. and 7 80 v. it. Buy. JAMES W. HH-MJAK, Pastor. M. B, CHURCH—Services every Sunday at 1100 A. M, and TOO p. si. REV. F. E. Anmnnt, Pastor. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S OHltRCH-Ser- tces every Sunday at II00 or Utt) A. SI. RRV. FMgiaui KEiiLx, Pastor. , £>odgcs. CAPE VINCENT LODGE NO.» E. & A. M, Regular eoimnunleations first and third Mon- day ovenintis of each month. L„ O. WOODRUFF, W, M. CAPE VINCENT CHAPTER, NO. !H1 R, A. M.—Regular convocations every second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each month. I). R. DEZENGmssrEft, M. E. H. P. Posts, ,TUDD POST, G. A. R.—Regular meetings first arid third Tuesday evenings of eaclnnontn. R. A, DAVIS. Commander. Societies. CAPE VINCENT AGRICULTURAL SO- OIETY, (LIMITED.) Second Annual Pair will ho held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 21, S3 and S3,1880. A. B, CLEVELAND, Pres. JQcpai't)uejit«, CAPE VINCENT FlllE DEPARTMENT.- M. E. Lee, Chief. L. C. Marks, Assistant Chief. Regular monthly meetings second Monday evening In each month. ,, I . Vive {fojUpiiTvies* RESCUE HOOKS, NO. 1-Regular mooting first Thursday evening in each month. L. O. WOODRUFF Foreman. ALERT HOSE, NO. 1—Regular meeting first Monday evening in each month. J. H. GiiAi'OTTE, Foreman. ONTARIO HOSE, NO. K-Rogular meeting first Tuesday evoniiig in each month.. C. A. JEROME, Foreman. ENGINE CO. NO. 1-Rcgular meeting first Friday evoning in each month. L. G. KELSEY, Foreman. Bands. FIREMEN'S BAND. Henry N. Potter leador. Regular meetings every Monday evening. LOCAL ITEMS. f ^J —Last day of the fair, - Put up your stoves. —Good races this afterooon. —Look out for house plants. —Cheap fare to Utica Saturday. —Apple picking will soon begin. —Be sure and attend the fair day. —Last day of the Capo Vincent fair. —Brockville is to have an electric light. —The hotels are doing a good busi- ness. —Farmers will soon begin fall plowing. —For sash, doors and blinds, go to R. A. Davis. —Will Armstrong is attending school at Adams. —.Social party at ltosioro next Tuesday evening. —Miss Emma Coh-'n left for Syra- cuse l:ist Friday. , r-=Look.'owt &w tlie fakirs; they • mean to beat you. —Our boat liveries have had an excellent seas XL, —Will Dick, of Thiw MiloBxy, has gone to Nebraska. —Coal for sale at lowest market price, by Sheley & Davis. .—Emma Wells Comedy Company at the opera house to-night. —A choice line of paints, oils and varnishes at B. A. Davis' —Democratic county convention at \Watertown Sept. 30. —The Maud now connects with the 7:00 train leaving the Cape. —There are but few summer guests now on the St. Lawrence. ' —Drill and parade of the firo de partment to-inorrow evening. —Some one is yet to. see the sea serpent on the St. Lawrence, —Grand excursion to Utica next Saturday. See advertisement. —Earnest Humphrey left last week for Nebraska, to visit relatives. —Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Cleveland re- to NeW York Tuesday evening. —Union temperance meeting a t the Presbyterian church next Wednesday —A large per cent, of the people of Cape Vincent carry accident policies. —Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kelly, of Lowville, spent Simday at the Cape. '—Mrs. D. B. Sacket and family will leave for Washington about Oct, 15. —Good races at the fair ground this\ afternoon. Be sure and see them. —A. I. Cratsenberg hasmoved into the house of JohnLyle, Joseph street. —Freight business between the Cape and Kingston is large a t present. —Frank Potter reports the boot and shoe trade better than ever this fall. ^=MissEmmaIngalls will make ex- tansive repairs on her residence this fall. —Kingston fair next week Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day. —The attendance at the Kingston fair nexf week promises to be large, Go over. —The old B. W. & O. paint shop at Borne is to bo turned into a plan- ing mill. r—The steamer on the Cape Vincent- Alex. Bay route was taken off on Saturday last. —Regular monthly meeting of the Cape Vincent fire department to' morrow evening at C ;45, =Miss L. S. Lamson has com- menced her duties as teacher in the Milwaukee Cj5llege..__^—--\' N. I —there are nearly seventy pupils registered in. the higher department ^of the Cape Vincent school. yfi y —Hugh Fryer, of Munnsville, Madison county, is visiting relatives and friends at the Cape. —You will have over five hours in Utica Saturday. See advertisement of B, W. & O. Bxiiroad. —The express officos at Bound Is- land and Thousand Island Parkshavo closed for the season. —B. Way Peters and family, of Mohawk, are stopping a few days with Mrs. Jacob Beringer. —Boarders wanted. A gentleman and his wife or two single-gentlemen. Enquire of Mrs. Helen Estes. Mr...and Mrs. M. E. Lee and young- est daughter left Monday for an ex- tended trip through the west. —Mrs. E. B. Howard and Mrs. Jeff. Wells, left for New York last week, to be absent ten days. —Aaron Putnam has been laid up with a lame arm, caused by a cut on finger, for the past few days. -^Horace Stoel, Jr., has gone to Watertown, where he wdl study l'aw in the office of Wilber F. Pgrtei\__ r — Howard Boseboom is agent for the Oswego Palladium and the Ehxd- jra Telegram. Buy of Howard and se- jguro prompt delivery. , •^Ch'culars Save been sent by the state board of health to the schools in the state asking for statistics of illness among scholars. —John Seinard was indicted for robbery at the last sessioiifof the Grand Jury, and will have his trial at the next term of court. —Bert. Austin, who as acted in the capacity of clerk at the Bathbun dur- ing the summer, will teach the Sand Bay . chool the coming winter. —Mr. Southgate, of Alex. Bay, having purchased the furniture and bedding of the St. Lawrence hotel, removed the same by boat on Thurs- day and Friday last. ,,^^rg^!5b-0i-^oTffimlssioner Slrough* held teachers' examination at tjie school house Monday. But one teacher applied for a certificate, and' he passed the examination. ~-'' . —On Saturday last the chandilier in the M. E. church fell to the floor and was badly broken. No services were held in the church Sunday even- ing in consequence of the accident. —William Howlaj::!, an old resi- dent of Watertown, died last week. Deceased was a surveyor, and hav- ing did a lnj*fc G amount of that bnsi- nca? at the Cape, was well known by many of our citizens. —Next month will be enjoyed the \Harvest Moon,\ the full moon near est the autumnal equinox. The pe- culiarity of this moon is that accord- ing in ihe legend, it rises several day;/nearly at sunset; .find about the same time, instopd of fifty-two minu- tes later each successive day as usual. —It is a n encouraging sign to see a decided stand taken by business men upon the vitally important question of purity of food stuffs. In the pres- ent day, more particularly, people demand sonic guarantee of the purity of what they buy. Mere assertions will not do. \Faidtlees Tea\ now being imported by C. E. Whitney & Co., of this place, has this guarantee which consists in the fact that it is procurable in the Perfection Tea Can. This package is a guarantee that all teas packed within it are pure, of good grade and cored in a uniform manner by the Perfection Process. :a»OE» -^rJi: • Attention, Eiromoii. The Cape Vincent Fire Department, in full uniform and with band, will meet at the engine house on Friday. Sept. 24, at 6;45 p. m., for parade and drill, being last monthly parade of the season of 1886. u M. E. LEE, Chief. ivojico. I am now prepared to do shaving and hair-cutting at reasonable rates, and respectfully solicit your patron- age. Shop one door below Earl's meat-market, Market street. WILL PATNO, —«**^» OTic Minstrels. The opera house was x^acked last Thursday night to witness Gorton's New Orleans Minstrels. That the company pleased all was plain to be seen by the delight depicted on every- ones face. Every year some new feature is added to the programme, and their last appearance gave un- bounded satisfaction, Gorton can always be sure of a crowded house when he visits the Cape. Union. 'A'eiuperaneo Meeting;. A union temperanee meeting in be- half of the. cause of temperance will occur on Wednesday evening, Sept. 29th, in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. E. M. J . Decker, of Victor, N. Y., a lady of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, who is highly recommended for skill and judgment in advocating the subject, is expected to be present and talk to the people. It is particularly desired that the ladies of the church organizations should attend in full. An earnest and cordial invitation is given to all persons interested for the cause of temperance in this community, to eome to the meeting, which it is be- lieved will be a most interesting and profitable one. No collection will be taken. *„* k Fruit and flowers of India rubber Lore combined with chenille ponrpons for trimming autumn hats. OVB SKOOK»\ A.NNELIX FAIK. Cold, liut Fair Weattter, ana a liu'gt? Aitondaneo—S'lie RaceK—Gamo ot Ball—DlM»iay anil OUwr 'fi'Siina's Seen l>y an Kaglo liciiorter—'Jrlie X*vojiTamnio fov Xo-X»av. Tuesday, the first, day of the Cape Vincent fair, opened cold, but sunny, and as early as eight o'clock people from the surrounding country com- menced coining into town with horses, cattle, sheep, swine, vegetables and household products which were soon •placed on exhibition at the fair grounds. As the day advanced the crowd kept increasing, and it can safely be stated that at least four thousand people visited Cape Vincent on Tuesday. EXCURSIONS. Rescue Hook -and Ladder Co., of Clayton, 30 men, with Dr. Frame as foreman, and headed-by the Clayton Cornet Band, arrived about 10 o'clock a. m., and marched up Broadway to the Bathbun Honse, where the party made their headquarters. The Hooks are a fine body of men, and in their neat'uniform of blue and white, made \a^-xery creditable appearance, The Clapton band furnished excellent music and received many compli- monts. The \Grays of Watertown, arrived on the regular train, and were accompanied by about one hundred of then- friends and level's of base ball. The most of this party stopped at Jerome's hotel. At 2:50 p. IIK, the Maud with the \Park Nine\ and 390 Kingstonians arrived, and was soon followed by the Pierrepor f and Prin- cess Louise , having on board 450 and 150 people respectively. Thus it will be seen that the Limestone city was represented at the Cape by over 1,C00. people. AT THE GROUNDS. At 1 o'clock p. m., the Firemen's band started for the grounds, and the crowd wended their way in that di- rection. Notwithstanding the wet weather of Sunday they were in ex- cellent condition, with the exception of the base ball grounds which were newly prepared and rather lumpy. The best of order prevailed through- out the entire afternoon. Below we give a hurredly prepared list of articles on exhibition. This list was made out early Wednesday morning and doubtless additions have been made which cannot appear in this issue: HORSE DBFARTJIBHCJ. Grade Hambletonian mare with colt, Bluebell strain, Chas. Dodge. Grade St. Lawrence horse, 3 years old, Robert Laird. Team gray mares, strain (\tivy hound, with colts by side, George Saunders. Draft team, grade Percheon, C. G. Rolihiiw, Native luaici, w ith coltrby SKleTJ'oTi s eph Favret. Hambletonian colt, 2 years old, Ashley Stevens. Grade Norman colt, 1 year old, Robert Laird. Grade Clyde mare. 2 years old, Jul- ian Peo. Grade Norman colt 1 year old, grade Norman colt 2 years old, Louis Mance. Grade Warcry colt, 1 year old, John Essclstyn. Grade Percheon mare, 1 year old, John DeCamp, Span mares, 2 years old, grade Nor- man, Edward and Louis McEinley. Grade No.tm.in colt, 1 year old Peter Wiley. Percheon stallion, 3 yeais old, grade St. Lawrence gelding, 2 years old, Robert Laird. CATTLE DEPARTMENT. Full blood Jersey bull, 3 years old, Charles Cooke. Grade Holstein bull, 1 year old, E. J. Vincent. Native bull and heifer, yearlings, Fred Bienbeck. Grade Jersey, coming 2 years old, with calf 2 months old, (calf not ex- hibited,) James Robinson. Native calf, Dwight Borland. One full blood Jersey cow, two Jer- sey calves, one Jersey yearling, P. Judd. One grade Jersey cow, Chas. Cooke. One grade Jersey bull, John De Camp. One grade Holstien bull, 3 years old, Henry Irvin. This animal was drove to the grounds attached to a rustic sulkey by a little son of Mr. Irvin, One grade Jersey cow, James Lid- dy. One grade Holstien bull, Charles Dodge. One grade Ayshire bull 1 year old, one grade Durham calf, one grade Aysbare calf, P. O'Neal. One yoke steers, % years old, Chas. Stoel. Full blood Holstein bull and heifer, 1 year old, grade Holstien heifer, 1 year old, grade Ayshire cow, grade Jersey cow, George Saunders. Grade Ayshire heifer, 1 year old, Robert Laird. \King James, \Guersey bull, 1 year old, H. De Sallier. Grade Jersey cow, grade Ayshire cosv, native cow, P. O'Neal, SHEEP DE^ARTMENT^ Three pens Cesier sheep, Patrick O'Neil. One buck, grade Lester, Ashley Stevens. Two pens grade Southdowns, Fred. Rienbeck. S1VINE DEPARTMENT. Litter of pigs, 10 in number, Ches- ter White, 3 months old, Henry Smith. Two thoroughbred Poland China pigs, b' inonthfcfold, Geo. Evans. Sow and boar, grade Chester White, George Saunders. POULTRY DEPARTMENT. Trio Browft\i!eg1iornarFred. Rien- beck. Pair each of White Block CVc-il-d Polands and White White Orusuai^' 1 \!' 1 ^' Polands, Dominic Mason. V Oh-<i; ,. Two Two* «ln (^-thoroughbred White Leghorns, troin'>Kna,ppBros., Onor.- daga Co., K. :f. Vfxieent. These fowls are oxtivmclj -fine In orrery particu- lar. Twelve Plymouth Rock chickens, extra film,.Mm J. L. Dunning. Brood native fowls, Frank Bf-sson- gremel. ^ , . HJECHAJV'/U.. DEPARTMENT. In this doprirtraent there was not a large display. Anthony & Howard exhibited stoves: Grant & Sheley furnituro, ^Sv^Hint and Lindsay wagons were ivi&o on exhibition. FLORAL HALL. It is impossible to give a list of articles contained in floral hall. We can only say that thu-display exceeds the expecta.tioi>; of all, and the show- ing is indeed creditable. This depart- ment is under the excellent manage- ment of Fred Johnson and Mi's. H. L. Fox. -J- AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. In this department we found a choice display.-^! vegetables,. fruit, etc. MamiTioth beots, gumpkiiiR, squashes, and other products are ar- ranged in fine shape.' ce&s KACS, The colt race, f\>r.a purse of $30, was called at 2 ft.^,'i.,\%^a was open to alljtlu-ec-yeaJJK^ 0& owned, in the towns of Cape *•?$: vifi., Clayton and Lyme, and Wolfe feland, Oat. There were four entries in, this race, cad the colts were .owned by the following: B. C. Ligenfelter, Win. Graves, ' H. T. Fricbie, Douglas Hone. Ligenfelter 1st,. Graves 2d, Frjs bie 3d. Purses, $15, $10, §S. BASE BALI ffAJSIE. The match game of base ball, be- tween the Grays, of Watertown, and the Park Nine, of Kingston,, for a purse of $100; wait the great attract-1 ion of the. day. Th, crowd was large and it was with greed; difficulty that the people could be kept back so as to give the contestants sufficient room to play. The Park • Nine went to bat first, but no score was mad© until the -1th imungs, wherr^S© Grays succeed- ed in making one score At. the end of the 6th innings the store stood 4. to 4, and remained so a t the end of the 9th innings. It was then nearly p p. m., and if the Grays had consented to play another innings,, they would have toremainatteeOapeovernight. This the Grays eouid not do on ac- count of an engagement the following day, so the ttnmirej-fccided, the game 9 to 0 in favor of tho,Park Nine. Below we give the scoiv •' }j ,,,., 'h -u'ATEivrow;; aaavs. Mile Buy ami other villages were well represented Tuesday an J ,ye;:ten.kiy. Over §5(10 gate money was taken in the first day. iii-'sure (uid t;ike in the i XL\;-\ ihih afternoon. John Gravell exhibits the !i\\o ale gator ami Anloiuo fc'ema.rd tiii*,Ameri- can eagle, Neither will get rich. Charles Dodge will valliea horse on tho fair grounds thisj.J'terno> m. Ivingstouia us arc jubilant over the result of the haw kill g,imo. Mr. Bhaimon, of thoKingHtouNows, and reporter Elliott, of the Whig, was on the grounds Tuesday. L..O. Woodruff has on exhibition a difip ay of several inaks\ of wooden pumps and pump fixtures. Look at them. AMERICANS SURPRISED ! Ity •'•Ai.UTJt r. Harris:! Ti, 11' Kiimev, ;t>» !:n. lianSii. n- - ClWll.i f . •|V,!,lwi, if Tniiiiur, If \llcn . A (iaUa«hc-!\ c Ilnn.-Uiui.. p * Toiuis•'..'•; .... p. Milten, If W:-l er,3h J. Little, 1 J McCnnvilh', 3b.... Mclnlyri.', p Luve'.t, c. Totals '.. rfCOK Watoi'knvu Grays. ftVii a IB . .. B •»• 1 .. . B 1 :i ...t t ,: ...4 t l> .. i >: a ... », n II ...i •J U -•1,1 1 . ; *». o 7$Z!&0' AUK Kiar. All It lil ... 4 -0 1 1 II 0 i J 1 . .. i :.' :; .,110 .,4 1! 0 , -1 0 1 .... 3 1) 0 ...3,_U 0 ...<M 4 8 a BY IK:H:J3S< i s « i 3 . U 1 1 1 U 0 0 12 1 TH 1 n • :, • ti n f> a I 0 ,y TB 1 0 1 3 0 U 0 0 0 7 ll u 0 VCi l-'J 3,i 0' (} 0 1 4 , y s V 1) 0 0 u 0 0 0 0 a \\STYL- PO 0 •4 13 I) 1 1 •A 3 t 27 7 A 0 1 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 0 I! 0 0. 0 0 (1 11- p II :!i 0 U 0 II 0 1 3 \\o r. 0 3 0 0 (J 0 1, ll 1 4 • I 0— 4 8ECOOT} DAY, WEICTESDAY. Wednesday, the second dny of the \ai , opeued somewbet wnruior. and tho people from the sdjoluing coun- try commenced to flock In at an early hoe.r. (During the day a lavge aadi- tiou were mndo to the cut ies in ihc different. deparimein.s. but time and snf.ee proven in classification or men- tion. The atuMt.eiiee wes excel km.,, although uoi as lavge as the day pre- vious. However, over 6300 jot gate mojey was taken, which greatly ex- ceeded the expecunijons of the man- agers. The crowd thus far hes been so'jer and orderly, end thus famoar- Les^ shave been made. THE RACES In race No. 2, called at % p. m., fo\ a piuse of $50, and open to horses own- ed in towns of Cape Vincem, Clay- ton and Lyme, and Wolfe Islr.nd. There were four eu- ics, as follows; \Thadius Dr. Geiman. \Fannie I .asingiBumes. \Lucy Alfred Fox. \T \limph Douglas Hoie. \Thadius\ 1st, $25, \Famie\ 2d. §15, \Lucy\ 3d, fcldXKo t;..;o tr.fcra. In race No. 3, pui's|?125, 2i35 class, there were four eut.'im as follows; \Giles B.\ Ba-t \Warner \M W.,\ Austin, Doer Bive:-, \Gray Mare.\ \Nellie.\ j This race was woni by \Giles B.,\ in thi'ee straight heats. Tune. 2:4-11, 2:46i, 246. ''M, B.\l!ook ?d money, \Gray Mare\ 3d, ' LAST ntp:, A very light rain fell last night, but the morning has opened bright and warm. Every indication po ; ats to a very large attendance, and a t the hour of go ; ng to press, 9 ;30 a. JII., the peo- ple are coming in fast. The success of the fair is assured, and we want to to be the first to exte- id our congrat- ulations to the vcy efficient manage- ment and all who help; -\ io make it such. PttOGEAMMEFOR TO-DAY, THUK«OAY. No. i. Purse, $100— Running Pcice, Freo-to-all. §00 to fliv.t, S'2S to recond and yl.> r to third. NO. 6. Pur,-,e, JjlJo- -Free to-all, §100 to first, §30 to second aud $20 to thh'd. NOTES. Editor Hocknell, of C'lnylon, w.'-j on the yjunds Tin^i1j,y. Pi aim- Cor'JKisc't'ojiieily Co. OntheS. L;'Wi.i'.ice, publiished oi Ca-.-.'on, says:\ \The Emma Wells Comedy Co. c'o&ed a week's engp j;e- meo.t in Ha 1 iio HJOI ia-it rfa.ii d.'J\ evon\o;.;. This eumpauv un'rty c.i n- ed i' s way in. o the good (i \Vices of ou- omusemont-iov! >g people, tbea.U.oad- ance of e.\ch uight.beiog 1. ^o.' - 'any p- oceding one, wjile the b.\i! wr.g.tiM- ed lo.iis utirosf. i.-(i|i:!oi.y .xa tVt^ las'* ?vor<ing. The ditl'en. A'* •• i!T'..:;ieiO's ^\-&e well sustained, U.ie pf.ai''. ;.v.!it of Miss Emma Well* bfing specially worthy of commendation.. This company appeal's at the opera house to-night and to-morrow and Saturday evenings, Admission only 10 cents,- -—i *s*4*-* Bucltlsn's Aniira Salve. TBEB BEST SALVE hi the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores,. Ulcers, Salt Eheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Cliilblains, Corns,'and alii Skin Eruptions, and'Positively Cui-es Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give PEBEECT SATISFACTION, or Money Eefunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by L. 0. Woodruff. «$-»«^- JBscltojikVrit Ira Texas, Great excitenfent has been caused hi the vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J'. E. Corle'y, who was so helpless he could not turn in bed, orr raise his bend; everybody said be was dying with Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, be bought a larg-e bot- tle and a box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills; by the time\be had taken two boxes of the Pills, and two bottles of the Discovery-he was well, and had gained-in flesh H(J,pounds. Trial bottles of this great discovery for sale at L. O.. Woodruffs. Old papers for s de. at this oilice at rate of nl) cents per hundiej. Mil At lowesr, irififkot pTiiPS. Evi'inive of Gi'orgi* Tiei'hort, at tho 1'lou •-• Hi.i >re. •A, G. I1LH;:>'TI.','.!. Juno 24, 1881 A house and lot on William Htreet. Inquire of B. DAVIS. al^»^a Efo.- Sale. The liou.'e and lot recently occupied by tho lute Mrs. D. E. Anthouy: aluo, the H'adley place near tJie M. E. Ohureh. Eiv.xuire. of W,ii. ANTHONY. -Im-ieE To ilt.Tiisrc*.—Arc yiili ilWurlir-iliil i'.i:,'iif.udl.r.Aw.ofyj.n-1'eNt l.y a MV-: i-hil-.t -iii.'ora.K ;r.i<l fiyim; with i«>in nf (-irtini! 'i'Ct'OlV 11 Ml.S'.hfl ilfllilCI.' lli'l ^..l .•' hlr(i:,M,l \.Miv. WiiwloWK S.ii»tliiiic ,S\Tii]i\li.|.|.'l 'fe'thhw. it-» vtilui' i;i liiiu.'fi'Jil.K-. It irill p.-liti-n this r»nv litilc Milful'iM'liunioiliiili'l}: jn-'lirii-l ui.-.in h, i.i<ti:!t.-r.'; Hieo.' !'< af, MJ.^I.-I!.,. tU.'.\U if. r • iiri'^ Oj,..'iUi rr i'li'l iH.n'l'li'....!, itimlal'fltln.. rit.iim-i-li u.xl Howl-.. ,i,r,-< Wj.nl ToIiC, !-0<tc-ll!- t'lU (Ml-.J. 1-irl'iC,\ lTltllllil!i,;i- tinn. ;i.ml n(' S fnn'3 t;.i,rj t-iior.^.v tu ,liu ivJi.»!i: KS-ft'-W. \Ai\-A Vi'ihf.'i V,-V; Sn.itl.i:iii Syrllji\ for oli.Iflfpn M-ciiiiu',' it- iiluuKiinr 1 i tlu'l»-l,. mill is tun jiri-si-i :,iti-.u i.'f aw ul' tin- •.!•! ••: HU.1 lHM-tffir.ittloiiIi5Mciii!.Mimitunrci'sinMii.rDlt|.il Shiti'u, miii i^ tor ™U- l.y n:idnf.yl.tRtiimn.-Ii- outfh... ivcviil. l-Ticelwi!iif,-fii-f!fi.-iitJii. hot- M«., Hi; suiv Kill! KHK I'.ir '-Jilts. Wi:..-l.l>Y.\p SlrtlilllKu Sl'l'i./-,\ Ui.d t:ik« UII QtlKT kiwi\ \ i.bl- tlw SLEEPI,1>S MOlfi.-'. livid.' mist tllafc i!-T,ril.,!t? tuii^ii. .'-Ijilnh's l 'im* ! ronio-ly fnr yon. !T\r truh' t\v J'.-'ikcr Itm-. Fnr ldmi: bat-k, Hide <u* clu-^t, u^i Hliiloli'M Porous Pla^tev. l'Hcu 25 CL'nt^3. For Sul,* by Pai-lU'r Bros. * A XASAL INJKC'T'.iU, free witli ca-li Ijr.ul.. of Siiiloh'.s Ctit»rrh iii'Ua-fly. Pri'.-p TJU i.-fntfi. Fi.r Sule Iiy Parkor Eruu. SHibilH'S CATAK15H RMEDY-s pn- i- tivt? eiiryfnr Ciifun-Ii, inptii^rio. {Or'l'l.'r\t(;cr Moutli. Fgr Kali* by I Vr!:i r Piu... y y r o< V' CVJ> fKMZ, & *&'*r ° 3* .<>? T BEE iPKOffKilfl O F TMU fJTATJR Of? PilGW y«K.K to Elizabeth .fane LafoU John Loircl, I^ahflia Kolnn, -Tamos LitiiW, Elizabeth. HuflhOn, Robert Laird, Juny J>Tt'*.uI(j, Sarancl Laii'd, Catherine Lyle, VtivUl Laird, jolm Laird, Isabella. Laii'd and Caflierino Laird, constituting all of the nest of lrin and heirs at law of John Laird, late of th« town of Capo Vincenl!, in tho county of JoJIersort, and .State of NevYorV, dtcca^eri-, send grvetmy.; Whereas, Kliaabeth .T» Laird, thu ojCccutrU named in tutjliet will and testanvnf. of the said John Laird, dci*f«tsed, has lately applied to our .Surrr.Katt* of our county of JefrercoD,, Ut have the said will proved as a %vill of real and personal proi»urt>\ in imrsurtnce of thp statu to in such case madu and itrovidfd: You, and each of yon, aft* rhen-for-e filed and ri\iuir*-d peiMonally tohf and aiT'^ir betnrt» oui' fald .Mlri'oraitt'.athUoM're In thy <-ity uf Wnict- tovvrr, ittth's e(>auiy ui Jolffiv*:!!, nnili** \'ith day of OftatteriiwetitiMen trrloi-l; to Mte t**rt— noon, tTi»'ii and theiv tuatU-nd (In* T'f<!;d<_\ ot (he dJo'dh'st will ana k'Maiii'.-Mt; and lb'.-c ot you v,-hn art' undtr tht-.tiwjtiftwt m\ on.j yritr^ arc required to api' -ar by y<»ur j;itrdi)Oi, u ->ou ha-Vi. 1 oo»'; if yn;i Ji.uv IK*H**, th,*\f jtu r'i-E 1 '\\\ a>(d ajiT-Jy tor u<n} !•> hf; I-\'\J*UUK(1, r-r U* it-- evphtui your n:-v.\<-ri nv iVdi va tu »it» to. : t'UWidtah will Iff ;r t ,i«;l.U-.d i.\ .It. .-VHT\^'!'.' to £'\t.!-.-'-'.-Jii..iMd jf.i. for V( ji i n Uiis (!,<*\•: .-«)tn--' Ju li^thnoiiv v laiv-il. WW hnv «-. dt. dwJi'.- Cff'M.tl Of flUb > MJ' I.,!. .••'ilJO^'.'Wu f \ *'• h '.•I'lf.'jtujiit <id [r >.}\VJtu* - -. l!i... , t!. S.«lf. -'Mrr.-'M. ,.f \\»- ^.(^t'*•J•UilVt* f, .l' , ti'*J- MJ. !'t ii..- <u t - .M' W M-rlov ... f.. |:-I 'I THE -LEADIKG TAILOR ^ [li^GiTOil,©^? You would be ffi'fatlv surprisi d to learn how MXTKKMELY.i'Li >W hia prices arc compared with those of the United ytatea. Ho (juaranti'CK u Perfect Fit Made in the Latest .imsnean Styles. OS NO BALE.- C;-'\ ,y*».ii\ if ;:<>£ !••; .. , i.uvir..-cl. RRMiaiOWl- VIIrt I'L.i'.SK, r IOii Prince.K St., KinAftioii, 5^ KQ^i p rji SB K S-.\ t^2 fed® wri s? sr*. . iS?i! m 1 Si! f2 re prt C K '? ^ $ M:.i' ; l.~ m C0 miuisiiLEi Dful.-v in — FyHHSTUIiE, ITotii'ii'jH, Etc. . HeadquarfcvH tVir At Rook-Botrom Prices. Dress (looiIs, Table Linnens, TtAYcls, Napkins, Hotdoiy, Not'i on s, Tri m inil 1 g's. Fancy I Staple Groceries, Bottled and Canned Goods, Bewt Brands. Furniture Department. Parlor and Chandler Suitw, Mat traKfjes, Pill* m,s, r And Huu.sebcej)t.'r,-:; Siipplie-s, CAPE VINCENT, I\ T . Y. fib* Wtr.-uCliJ t-^'&iL'ti^ ihisp.if>r\.flt cl'^m'-stimMt-s on ad\'CflUip% ',.f.aci when in Ctocr&o, v-'Jt loid (t en i>\a \A 45 to*-> FuTKt&ipit Gt.,n Apir-*i n *ifZ£$.m&& thoAdwrtbrncAtfurKyof M£l&W Ul Bc^&'it^fl MoDermott, y> lJZALi.ll l; Tin and Shest-Iroa Ware, CAPE VINCENT. Avmrnos i Ju»t vwrfvoft at Hie lalerioisi. Stor Aflli.ii-y IjilU'nC OrllefF SiBsmtiF!, ffli^fiilllilflJtLl!] Also Nnv filouk of IILK €1 -AND- 1 i-l-U . 1 ,(rl>,x-jii.ud l.< \•'I 1 !: '' I''\ ••' •'. •-•' ''•'I'i'. :-•<••!•..•/•!... ' 1 i-T i Saslimere Bhawls I Call and see theBau' • Call, Fan ill k Wh la Ssa=s^ At ihom To be found at mes to Sail tie Tlies, Will not \h® IJ,riderio +aLL~mf'~ ^•.^.fa j H CD SSH5|SE| ^J- O i iS esssssa Hj CD' • 3\ (giPsi CD CD ' a \*±J> WAKTIC '£hv l.-ulic- !si. ,1; fmovCvHcni' rf.c'-If •..\. Pt 1 U :-• e'iivjfr i :\\.,

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