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Roslyn tablet. (Roslyn, Queens County, L.I. [N.Y.]) 1876-1877, April 06, 1877, Image 2

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Jaimiiea at 0 05, 720, 8 30, 020, 40.00 a. in.. 1 50, 828, 450, 0S5, and' 0 50, i) 28, p, in, ^Vediii.-.aiiiy ami Siittirdny ni.Jy. , ” 'i'll,-.INS i.ilAVK !..-/>:n iHi.AXn i ; itv t -' oi : ^iiinniea at 805, 1008, 11 80, u. iii., 1385, ,3 83, 'MOV -788, 0 83, 7 03, n. in., 13 15 it. 111., : ; : ii r cf!hesday ami BaUn ’ ilay'only. . (jii'ieh^ ami Miiieola at 8 0.7, 10 08, 11 30 a. in., 388, 4 88, 5 83, 0 88, p, nn Uicftville at Wnr>i 10 08, a, nn, 331), 438 , 0 88, p-. m, pywsot mid. Ijuiitinglon. at 10 08, a, nn, 483, ipiti 0 8!!,. p. in. ;\ r o!lli|ii)il at 1(101!, a. nn, 433, 0 83, 11. m. i ’ orl .l'efforenn at 10 03, a. nn, 4.88, p. m. flrMlj/h, Oleti Itciul,' Cllen't'uvti ami Lo- eiisl Vaiicy atilOliOj 1180, a nn,. 808 •• 38,'r, OipiH.O, p. m. t : ' ani-.'nA'iVtocAiNs nKAVK f » ii n. ,!: cutv . I.ocilsf. Valley at 705, a. in., 425, p, m. (lien Cnvintt 711, a. an, 431, p. in. iJScn HeadiilNl lO, a. in. , 4 88, |i. nn ~ l ~r ■Marty//, sit ‘ IM, a. nn^^-tdUK p. nn Poit Jetreraon ittJLOO^p. nn \ 1 riiiiUiigt.oh at -0 1.0,. a. .ftrjx 4 08. ]: .MorUiporl at 0 80, a'.- rit.-.-il BllJ-pSn,.. r-v< «(1 al 7 18, It. m., 4 20, p. m. ilieksvilhi at 727, a. in., 438, p. in. Mimaila.nt 7 55, a. nn, 5 00, p. m, . toieoiis at 8 1,3, a. ni, . 515, p. nn /fUnuit-ii.at 8 SO, a. in-, ,5 20, p. nn ■BI/ApAiV JiiAlliS l.KAVE L. I. CITY I'OJI Jpuiiiiea, Queeiis, Mlneola, Lociifit Valley, llielisvillu, 'Bynsael, Noi'tliport and Huntington, at 0 30,11. iin,;0 ()5, p.m, .li'in' PcU ’ t JiOIei'son, ut-0.30|*n.-m. li'iirnilurc anti Unitertaklnff, , II. RKHSK.Y,; - r URN ITU EE ’ and ; > U N D E E T 1 KIN G •« — KStAUUSIliviUNTr — r — iiOXLY - / L, (Adjoining HOOKBU'S DltUG STOllB,) 'vlioro can bo found a Now and Xlondcomo A h - . aortmohfc of .Ftmutui'o, Ginlimcinj' . . MABBL15-TOP find X'LMN BUHEAUB, MAN- BEE-TOP aud PLAIN OENTEU-TABLE8, EXTENSION andothor TABLEB, SO ­ FAS and LOUNGES, BEDBOOII SlUTS. in. WALNUT and OB A IN, BOOKING (/'HAIRS in VARIETY; PARLOR, PINING ROOM and K.1TOH- EN OHAIRH, BEHSTEADS, OOTSA-o. .Special attentkvn paid to JL 1 N- PEIITAKING hi all its bran illlU-. . ' V - : ' ■ . ■■ (JoilhiH, CnakptSf SlU ’ OudB, &o,, with Iloaiuc ’ OarriayoQ and corpad prOttorvovH, largo & mnull promptly fuvnbibod on tho mold reuHomiblo toriuf). •FUIWITURE REPAIRED and VAR- NIBHEl), . Tho undorBignod hopca, by fitriot ttttdntion, to bumnouij and roiieouaUe ohurgOH to moiit a uhurb of public pationage. gu: , ’ . ’ <7. II, HEM SEN. ! > ' . Nvfy'iA<HcrU:icintnts.^ . • 5 J,AMES .JOYCE,. ClftAEsf''TOBACCO, AMD SKTHA ALSS, / BUiS'KlIH ;UU|, LONH ISLAND. 2241: - ' ; i : ' 4. . y. iVarcl :liydecker, :... lUK.'SE .v FOlliVAitlUXU AOESTj yor.ih-y rr)si.ic, -: (i. K. 1 Asei-om lli'miAr. . fill l.lviU'iT St. , N. Y. r ’ C|!RT(»>i#.A<wt(T FnnApAJiKBxi'Uicsa Co,. I' OSiU ril'lWTiJCJttWIIItOSOj. ’ lEnilfmiin ■J.iiuKin ’ K iniiivi..|.HUi .iittiATnaT ivoiuc ui i.nii or Ainerknv ’ K gnmtpfti, aMsts . , iHi'limiiDlliceiil. p .,r K n S«l “ WA'l'KINS ’ V UJ.l-iX,** Una uk ' h I plctuiostjwouuU womit'ilully nlltnl •»! Niiltivo ’ii cm-Wwltliia-lii Novili Amorlon, mi imUly a'pivsmiU'o In Wi.twr.s ’ .ftubouH palntliitf, mvo it !i)io*:vi>-.|'ully n)|)rOiJii.cotl uitor llvo uumlliH ot lubori- Kcw Ydt k, Tii i: i u,i ’ s' ’ riiATinv j... .... . Ims boon pt'Hl'clt'd by UT illltovoiitlm- mmily . ....... entim* ami 1 b but wry ' \u-(>i:Klob!i-.)n oil ciiibrii,'ako . . ................... . : plainly rot)uoi.'tl fiom tlro ta/.ti oi tlio original imUUInir. Hlii-y nvo \cnpyrlfihtoU ami fccu veil, lor tUo uxcluMlvo -.r. «so ui' litis iiaper ihi pnimbiini*, ami m> otbor inouna ; Hmv'tiiM'vi ’ rwilloNlKtrorfiOourUiff Ibem. ■ i . H'lm Illiislnitrtl WuoHly la • iv largo Oght-pngo paper, rvunio, Inwtriir.Uvi, o.mrmmiHlng; porlrtiylug uitli pen a nil pone 11 .current ovi'iitf*; blstmical, Uom.ohnlu, ami issi niUiublvrm; mn nmMictlon. UiiKeolniJau amlmm- - ji<>!iUi ’ :il---!:i'HigaHlmionllKiielNamipui'UcH. ; .... • • •' • «I a ,M i:ti | ’ a uvox, coni vIbuilug oiUtor, ami u host of tho iK'irt routrlbtitimi, limlmllog j O i -. I ’ nllbr \Vull:oi* r «luultW ih'iM l Dnnvni', Max A«lolor, Umviml I ’ luil, Ccil. Thos. A'. Knox, ” AVali,higbnm, ” Jonvito Juno. Jobu Uvoughaiu, K'lgiit' FiuvciiU, liuiiitiou Uownrtl, etc., otc; — M oxtaouh b. M auiw , JCdUtnv 'l lila I'Miu-r Ims attalnftlUifllurfk'Sf cimifnUon khvo Vuo. iminag -Uio Hhmtraii'U JourUalB uf tills country, V ’ liU-li lit (ho Ikist proof ofltHmorU.- “ U liu' ijxwmls llarncr ’ a or Iicallo ’ a In literary ubilU y: ” — jiT.'.'i'p city Hu-uiii: ... ' A:very cloverjy. cilUctl papor.-\ — SpOdt v/Uic T/mts* f^ntiimof ilm inoKt fasolimting wcolillcfl pubilsthod In ilioeou»iny.', - “ fmU<iMni'olt.Woai'«<il, “ It 1'i iv largo ami liumlhoino Hlicut.\ — /iosto» Trans- ■ CVillC, ■ s ’ ; . . . . • ' • ' . V . Is truly n iwalol literary mu) family newu- i*api'r.n- ‘ f. , /giilf , ifon (A) A'etty. ■ “ 'I'lio imim'c'mem.soit'orOtl tiru fully currleil out.** — :.&'<i/nn<vmi<;ur, A'< v. “ Ono of Uio bo.si. oi its olin«.' , — A', KCinH. Advertiser. , - HiMiscmmox lMUcu ^.Jli.OO. per year, luel'ullng tho 4 ‘ \vo ti'iiivisnamoil oimmm.v tvUloh will bo tlollvcml .. rosl-p'.ml I'l.ai ’ .v ucMvosu for va ortUta jutditloiml, which iuihb.uviy.eoverat.hoooatOf po&tago. ■. - Hmiili^iWat omut aml t.oouro tlieSo gotUK together \viUi u oi'iiy every wool! for n ’ year.of u boautHUUy Ulna- pY-foil, : pu uvl ma rug 1,1 vo f uml omtuialnlua mnyr-paper, M <fi| if 8 Wanted In every olty nml ylb Ml! fell | & M lunvkpitper|^.lLlAHb- Kvevy vxpeMoueml uii-int uml yvery uimitiployeil put.son tlisirmm of seeming bouov- fj-ble ttiul Im'iaU ’ iO iKteuimUou H.liouUl mnul <U .... * .... . ...... ....... • - eompU'te nnd convincing calm Imfcl am how, ueml iJU.Oi) nir Mie ca hi, wbleii In all Umi. Is vomilvitil to his fiV.il save .1 he- Umu 'e.msviOKil hi :oi)v jiv vj-y iliiy ’ rt clyl.ty ls ) wortH Uilly \Uo lute out-' HUVillltg, - yUUH'. ’ 0ias. OHto ’ as & Co., PaWinhois, I I WaiTCn Stbfiow York, J; 1J3 Cl., Chicago. * THURSTON’ S Boot aid Sb.o$ t\m KOSI/YN, L. J„ . VYbcro may be founcJ a gefierai aBSorfineut of pjen*H, v/oinen 'a and children ‘ a boota and ahoesat panic prices, ... A full line of ’ RUBBER GOODS JUST P.E- ceived . v; / • ( . Rubber Goods Repaired and warranted to give BatiBfaction, Loathor and FindJnge, Frpncli Dre«fiing and IIoHiory. Boot h and Shoeu made and repaiv- cd at short notice, Eov.24-s-e H. THURSTON. Livery Stables & UiTderta/dky. 'ITENItY C. TIIOHNE ’ 3 L i y E li Y STABLE EOSLYN, L. I. . IIonieH and CamagcH to Lob at all TJourH, pay or Night. IIORBES KEPT ON LIVERY. FURNITURE REMOVED >vITH GARE. Alao, Carriage Malriug And Repairing. L . ;; UENIIY O.gTlIOUN, s \'UffiBERTAIf EP, R oblyn , ..... *.... i. ........ ..Lojra I sland , Coffuis, Oaslcots, Bhrouds, ' Plates, Handles. , \ &c.r [ HEAR BE S & CARRIAGES. The only chiURs hearse to bo bad nearer thaii . tho.. City. . Plain or Patent Corpse Preset vers. Anew CiiKlcot Cm pHO Preserver for Olijidren. ' Onl|s prdinptly attended ip at any hour of tho day dr night, - - ly I ’ ETER B. MoLEAN, ' 171 AOTIOAT; iiiyiiMfififiiiifi AND PAPER HANGER, inO.SLYBT, L» lb] Graining.. FroBeO'Priinting and Paper Tfan ging done, in tlio. latest style, by “ M o L kan iii person. TP ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ' GRAINING. FREBCOING, AND DECORATING GEN'1LE- MENS ’ RESIDENCES IN, ANY PART OF THE IBLAND, N. IP — Grain ing for the Tit ARE. Orders by mail promptly attenddd to. : ! --■*. • Have had 25 years experience ns a.graincr in Brooklyn, coiiBefiuonlly Icel Hint lean please till wjjio favor me with iheir work. JOHN M~PA6E, : 0 A B B I A G E & W A Cf O M' ---MAKER - ; . N 13 All THE DEI'S t . ....... .KOSLYN, L. I. Repairing of all kinds, viz'! Painting, Trim ­ ming, &c. T.i ucka and Farm Wagons made to Older. ' I'flm HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, , ' 4. — CONSISTING OF — . OnoeKERY, OMA. iLIJS, .M B'J'.VL, • SILVER, /. , • . ' TIN, .tAi ’ AX, 1 .; 'T able & wooden wake , BTOYES, . : ; : HEATERS, GEATES, SINKS, LEAD PIPE, SHEET- LEAD,- mo, OHAIN, . SU0TI01T uml FQK0E PUMPS,\ GALVAffiZED IU0N PIPES, SHOVELS, SPADES, SOOOPS, PECKS, RAKES, HOES, AXES, Wasltituj <& Fluting . MACHIBIES, Olotlioe Wi'liigora, Milk omb , anil Toys, ami Oi'muneata! Ciooilu. flffio numJrai'of iiilTm-cul liiiulii of b I ovo ru . urn uouBiimtly on lumdi Tinninj;lontlcrs aud u '- uuub , ami rojmu'ing aitumlocl to at utioi-l uolii.o.\ Tliaukful '. for inntt favoiu, \yotlWl.«o- : licit otmlimi-niao of ' pajfontigo. ■ mi : Wiuxr Tm-s. WKSTBm IWrott ruUMUiAPU. / o U'a/i'ous. « Afici' Jututiiiy l'l); 1877, UQ.m'cesngcs will li? IriulstiiiUiltl oyjlr tlio wii-os froni llto Ros- l.vn lolof'raph otUco tmlcas ftiittio liu ltamlwV '•> ilio Iipcratoi- wrilton U|)on tlio liluuks provitleil Ivy iliu Wtsloiu Uufoti 'IViegmiih Onin|iiuiy. . Stijiclei's of messagea will plotiscs tiolk-u Uiis oi'ilon . T. 1.. O. A. ICKKI.EK, llimni'or. Plff, frimran ce. CONTINENTAL FIRE INBURANCE, COMPANY. or NEW I'Ol Legal Advertisements, NOTJCH TO Pursuant to an order of Hon.- A lbxaxdee H agxeu , Surrogate of the County of Queens, notice is hereby given to all persons [jiaving claims against t lice state of Alary Motty late,of the Town of North HeinpsUiajv in the said County, deceased, to p.eserit the same. With tlie vouchers thereof, to tlie subscriber, the e^ecufor ^>f the last will nnd testament of tlie fiaifFdoceased, iit his place of residence, at -Wesibury, in the Town! of Ndrtl.i Hemp- stead, .Queens County, New York, on or , before, me loth day of Majv next: . ; : I Dated October 25, 1870. oct.27-R.i. J acob Hicks, Executor, uan t to an order of H6it. A lexander H aoneii , S urkogate on the C ounty of Q ueens , notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate.of Charles M. Cornell, late of the Town of North Hemps toad, in the said County, de ­ ceased, to present the same, with tho vouch ­ ers thereof td the subscriber the administra ­ trix of the goods, chattels, and credits of- the said deceased at tier place of residence at Miu- eolaj n the town of North Hempstead, Queens edrihfy, New York) .Oil or before tno 25th day. of*August., next. Dated January 3J , 1877. i8. C-m Eliza I. Cornell. Administratrix. cofirf Y CONKT of file COUNTY of . . . QUEENS. : - ^ v Hannah p. Mott, - dgsl • - ; Mary C. Scott and Andrew J. Smith. In purs uan coof a judgment, order of this Court, made iu the above entitled action 911 the twenty Second day of March, ,1877, aiid tome directed apd delivered, I wdl.sell at public auc ­ tion at the Hotel now kept by Jacob GivOhs,. known as tho~-Miirision HousOfio the village of Roalyn, county of Queens, on the fourteenth-' day of 'May, 1877, at twelve o ’ clock at noon of that day, the following .described land and premises, viz-: All that certain lotj-Qr piece of laud situate and being at Port Washington . town of North Hempstead, County,-of Queens, and State of New. York, being a part ol the homestead farm of tho late Jacob Covert de ­ ceased, sot apart to Hannah. E. Mitchell, and particularly bounded And described as follows, to wit; Beginning at the northwesterly cor ­ ner of larxi now or formerly 9?. Cornelia I. Moore, on the - southerly side of fhe highway leading from Port Washington to J 1 ’ lower Hui,. at a corner of said highway, aud running thence by said Mooro ’ tf land, south l^^ degroos west one hundred and twenty one foot, thence by other land formerly of said HaunaU E. Mitchell, north 7oK degrees, west two hiindrod and seventy four feet and c-ix inches to too oiiflleriy sitfo'Oi.' a certain Street- or avciruo run ­ ning tlnoughtUo lauda.uow or formerly ot said HaunaU E, Mitchell, southerly, from the said highway leading to Flower Hill, tlmnco north ll>f) degrees east along tlie QBfltorly siiio of said street of avenue two hundred foot .to tho Northwesterly corner of the piece of lahdhore- by conveyed, thoneo south 7k'^ degrees oast two hundred arm thirty f«ot- io the westerly . side ot' said liigliwny leading to Fiowor Hill, -.and theuco lunning southeasterly , by fiiy -wostf erjy siclo of said highway.- ninoty reec to the place of beginning, togotlior with the. uso- jn common for ingress and t gross to and from said highway, loading to Flower Hiu, of said street or avouuo ruumug southerly from said highway through' tho land now or fofinoily of said Hunmili E, Mitchell, and being the sumo premia', h conveyed by said Hannah E. Miteh- ell and her hus.vaml to Isaac Scott by deed da ­ ted February 17,186(5) -and recorded m Quoous County Clerks Oflico in Liber 271 of deeds xjugoiyo. . . - Dated March 2.% 1877: II W.E astman . , G ai J tli'f J, GA 1 iretbon , Atty for EliL, Uefivee. , -. ; 25 ‘ May 14 CASH GAITTAL, . .... 000,000.00 CABirSURRLUB,. J an . 1, ’ 77-..,,..2, 010,085.07 'TOTAL ASSETS,,A... .3,010,085.07 ifhis Company Conducts its business under ihe New York Safety Fund Law aud iusurea dwellings, and . farm property, including live stock in barn or on farm against loss..or dam, ago by Fire or Lightning ! * FRED. M. EASTMAN, Agent, r -' Roalyn. L. I. The Editor of the S. S. Observer endeavors to spill the “ Mid ­ night Oil ” hut signally Mis. . . v GARB! . N, M. Terry respectfulounces to, the — PEOPLE OF ROSLYN — that he is DAILY serving ♦PURE MILK from his wagon in all par ts of the village, and at his house. Hereby returning thanks to those who readily welcomed him, he respectfully romieata a more liberal patronage. i ml FOR EXCHANGE, A Urge hotel and : eating, house .at Algona, Iowa, tlio present tei'minus of a railroad, with two more in prospect. The house is 48x72, with Ru'eo utDries and . haaemout, and was built iu 1873, at an oxpouso of from $10,000 to ^.18,000. Tho prosGnfc price is $10,000. There is a mortgugo of $0,000 upon I lie property, which lias four or live years to run, For the remain ­ ing $10,000, cither salable propertywill bo taken in any part of the Northwest. For. fur ­ ther iu formation, addi ’ esa * IiitoUigeuce Real estate Agency, Elgin, 111. ‘ L MILTON SMITH, IS ^yuo, IIAS BEEN ; Established Over 50 Years^ AnhouncoE that he is still on the road serving his customers with all the kinds of tho , BEST ; /PEBsi SUCH AS REEF, - ' ■ ' ; _ - TEAL, SUFRFME COURT, QUEENS COUNTY. HoBann Fleig, Pldintif, ‘ agst F : -• Betit tifc» Floig, Defendant. By viyfcue of an execution issued out of the Buprome Court of Queens Comity in the above outipled aofcibn,on the 28- h day of Augui-.t, 1870,. I, tho undbrsigned, tho Sheri If of Queens Co. will sell at publio auctioh ou Saturday tho 19Ui day of May, 1877, at Hewlots ’ s Hotel, Hemp- stead,-Queens Oounty, State of Now York, at 1 o ’ clock of that day, all tlio ' ’ right, title, and interest of the said defendant in tliQ following described property, to wit ; Ah that certain farm or plantation with buil 11 in p nd improve - m'onts thereoiif situfcte.lying amL-being in the town of Hemps toad v County of Qiieona, Suite of Now York, and bound, as follows : Begin ­ ning at a Imklgo at the Noithwostorly corijer of said land, and the .house of Nyilliam Durhuul aud junuiiig Soutlierly by the brook until it intersects, another brOok which main brook funs IhrOugli Jainos Abrams swamp, thouce rumuiig- Easi erly; and ; Northoaatorly by said last montibncd V»rodk until it comes to wood- laud: hole wgiug to Bamuel Ilewlott, . .thence running Northeasterly and -Easterly as the fpiioo now staisds, to woodland of Samuel Hew­ lett. Robert Carman, Geo. Hexylott aud others, until-it comes to woodland of Alexander Davis ’ - on, thoneo ruumug Northerly by woodland, pf. Alexander Davison untiUt oomes to the iirsf mentioned brook, and- thence • running West ­ erly and Southwesterly by said, brook to the place of beginning, containing eighty acres be the Biuno more or kss within,said bounds, .be ­ ing the same 'promises which were con ­ voyed, to Boalus Fleig by doed dated Novum.- ber 23,187), iindiecordodinTheQiieona County Cleric ’ . ollloo in Libor 3G3 of Deeds page • 254- Dcc, 30, 1871, together with all and emguliu ’ the tenements horedltamcnta and all appor- t onanecB thereto, belonging , ' llcujamia l ‘ \ Kuslimoro, Sheriff. Gel), A. Mott, Plain!Ufa AUy.. - • ^ . LVutsalNUi ^1. ..r “ ’ 20 ‘ 7f. BiimruER & 00'S. G e l eb r a ted h i q u o r s OF ALL'KINDS, : Cmi in. Iiml nt- tlio ROKLVX 1IAKEKY und S-ffiWH PLPOT ui A, KILLl ’ ATRICK, * Spl,K AQENT, THE ROSLYiil Savings 'Bank-, - ROSLYN, QUEENS COUNTY, . N. Y. Organized niuhr . the Ocnevdl Act of May 17, 1875, by authority: of the] l iiiin/c 1 h'imriiiuthe ..StnU oj New-Wide. . ' OffleOrs : fiTEI ’ IIKN TABEIl. ........... .Vi'C-sidmit. JOHN ill,OLAUK... ...... FU-Bt Vioe-Prdsidont. DAN1KL 1100 AllT. .. ..Seomul Vico-l ’ niaiduiU HtiS-UY W. EASTMAN ................ a' 1 -oanuj-er. FUKDUlilO M. EASTMAN. ....... .. .SuiOTtury. Trustees: S tephen T absi Q • • H ENny W. \EAsTauN WmiiAM M. V alentine , P aniee B ooart , J ohn OnpiioNAUX, GEonau B. .C une , Wn.tiAM .D. VV-rfAioNi J oseiui WinnETS, ItOBEftT T ituh , O.bWmi TpUifl, J ohn A. K ino , .- B teviien A. J enks B enjamin D . ilipim, J ohn A. Pnton, B enjamin AmiEUTbpN, J ames R, WinijiTa, Buyvs IrtoTT, . J ohn M. CfAiiK, PANXETi UNPEVUXIiU , (IPO. B. DOWNING, JoiiN B, lIiOKB, ’ Wn.EiAai J. W ielib , Btou&r, WujmTS, : B enjasun Hiogs, D aniei , A. CouNwurji. . , ’ Gpon for buBuiess, on Monday of each. week. Interest allowed on all deposits made, on and prior to tho firsj; days of JmVuary, April, July and October, from th rr, o dates ’ ’ cspef ^ivcly; •' ' ■ ■ • - . . . ' ‘ % \y Flowers, Plants, Clrumihouiio a-ul Qai-dcn Dlanta, Hhado IVooa, T i - oqs , Slinilm aud Evotateous in Kiont viu'ioty. ;. ' '. : • JCbr SWo by'JOHU -I, KE ’ IXUIAM at tUc NEW dliliKHIIOUSli, OLIiNWOOD. Cftt Fleweru and Hanging Baskets i : ««-* ■ j . : ; ... MUTTON, n:.c PORK AT THE MOST (tEASONAHLE i*UIOES» Eat my meat and laughiand grow fat. MILTON^MlT'H, 3 ; tf Manhasket, L. I. .Drugs & Medicines, HOOPERS PHARMACY. - — --jMso \ Nail and Tooth Brushes. Corn and Bpniou Plas - tors, Florida Waters, Cosmoties, Rosa Doutu, for the 'looth, LyCns ToQ0f ,v TablotB, , Sponges, Chamoia Skins, in fact anyth hif; : t o hejoiind in a. f ivst-cla'FF s/orc. ~ RTlE : FAHMlSB~PROTECTlYii . B union , , . ' ■ 7) caters In MA l MURE, : :} \ utSHE8 v - G¥AN0 9 : m OPITOK : Long Island-City, opp. L.I,.E,-E. XIoUEUT WlLLETSj PfOSt. I saac IT. C ooks , Secretary, j k •: I). F. A ticixh , Superiutentluiil. • .. x • irrihn william : u . mostraed , ROSI.YN, t; I,, — DKALK «' IN , Dry Goods, Urocerios, y 4 . Rardwiiro, . ’ ® Paints & Oils, ■ Crookory, Glassware,. anil all ft-osds usually fouml in a Hirst Class Country Store. . l&ri respectfully ask you to call and exam ­ ine my stock of goods bofdrd purchasing o I ho . whore. I feel confident that I can convince you that all goods offered for sale are ■ FRESF AP CAREFULtY SELECTED, AND ■ Suitable to. the AYauts the Publio in Uiis'viehiUy, eirTIfE PRICES will be found to bo ns low as any other in, tho. place. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW QpOD3, PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED All kimlsiof, ^ . ....... Farmers ’ Produce taken in at the highest market price a l tSsS^AU goods delivorod free of ohargo, Part cular nttontiou. paid, to ordorn, vr ' duoifl.TO-i V/. u. HOSTE a ND. -ROSLYN TABLET. a progressive newspaper . I ’ BBLIBflUn SVEIiY-FltlDAY: AT Koslyn, L. I. Pierre Z. O. .'I. ICccler, Editor. , NOTICE !| , , ■ • • • IfflBEOCA r.VlU'ERSON, my v,-ifo, lum loft my bed and board, and I forbid all peraoim liarborlug or WKiding her oti my aooount, • ' E. PATTEBSON- Port WaBliiUEton, Mar. li, I 877 . A LESSON FOR EASTER. ‘ ‘ Consider the Lilies.* ’ ‘ ^ The Leuton season has passecl and Easter burafe upon us with all her purity,bright skies,balmy air, good health, fair prospects and lovely flowers. Much to be thankful for and much to appre ­ ciate. Let us therefore arise with new vigor and lo.ok upon these beautiful emblems as har ­ bingers of good in the future. The; dark clouds and cold storms of adversity are, we trust, over, and we shall bo enabled to pro ­ ceed in our various occupations and those good works which will place us in that much need ­ ed state ot prosperity so long and anxiously awaited. “ Never despair, whatever is is right. ” Faith in the many grand oppor ­ tunities that are daily presented to -yon with “ onward and up ­ ward ” emblazoned upon your banners,; and you will surely reach tlie goal ofyour ambition. With the fort once inyour pos ­ session there will be no difficul ­ ty in holding it. What abeau- tiful lesson wo are taught at Easter ! The great orb of day shedding its etTulgent rays upon the cross covered with lovely flowers; emblems of per feet love and harmony that should teach us that Faith, Hope and Char ­ ity is, the sure road to earthly happiness, and the only one by wliich we shall attain thc Kiiig- dom of the Eternal. “ Consid ­ er the lilies. ” Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.- One of the best indications of a believer in existence of Dlvin- ify is the love Of'flowers. ' A celebrated minister ’ once said in bur'\presence ’ when he saw the' beautiful flowers that had been placed upon his desk, “ I can trust the admirer of these perfect-emblems of God's love. ” • — Cloyer eccd at u A<:kor ‘ 8. — i RofiLYN P udlio S chool . Tho Hall wan llllotl to ovorflowiiig on .Tlmrfl- day: ,evening, March 29th, by a highly appreci ­ ative fttftlionco on fhc boJftHion of the onteijr iainmont given hv' tho Bfimarv and Interme ­ diate pepai tmbntH of the Ronlyn Union Free BchoqL .Tlio oxerbiflcit coaflistod of doclama- tlonHvT^adiiigH, mu8io,roqilalionH and two playa pronarod for the oectaion by Prof. Dick inaony Principal of the Hohboi, omitlcd Publio School No.; \ and . Public : School No. 2. : No. 1, intended to represent a sohool governed by the “ rod of correction,^ wafl. taught, dr rather bullied by Master Wnllaco Timrston, who per fonnod hispart to perfection. Nor - 2 ropro Bcnfed the rovbreo, a school under the con trol of a teacher who believed in moral siia. flion in proforonco to force, ' was,; taught by Frank; Johnson,, who conduotdd , iiis bc U qo I quietly and Huccossfully. Thomas McManus is deserving of much credit for hiu person at lou of the ‘ Big Boy.\ Little Tommy MiioDoimlcl brought down tho house by his stump speech. The singing was good and. evinced milch - pa ­ tient training, The smaller children, who have beph under tbo charge of Mias Lilian Brown, showed groat - improvement in arithmetic by. their rapid addition of ilguros? Tho on tiro Board Eaucntion wore present and assistod the teachers. Tho entortainmeut .passed off t 5 o the onUrc eatisfttdtion of all and showed tho school to bo in a most prosperous condition. GJ apt . A. II. lyiumuiY removed his family from Kookyillo Uonlro to Halsey 8i, Brooklyn last week. They came to Kock- villo Centre on the 20tli of MaroinlBTO, and on the same day. of the month, 1877, remov ­ ed away. The numerous friendsHhcy made in Reven years will not forgtjF them in a life time, . v ' At the annual mooting cf Trinity Par ­ ish,. Koslyn, held after dlvino service on Easier Monday, the Rector the Rev. J. W. Sparks presiding the . following gentlemen were duly elected mem beta of the Vestry for the ensuing year: :: IVarileiiS, Br. Jolm Ordroiimix, Ff W . da Skll.nmn, Vestrymen, Tlionma H. Bn- coii./riioinart ClupImiii, Stophon Buy, II. M W. Eastiinin, Geo rue W. Denton, Qeo. W Mmicly, Franklin Wight, John Dr-'Ackcr ’ ^Mr. J. D. Acker was elected Clerk of tko \ estry, and. Hr. Geo. \V. Denton.Treasurer of the Parish, , John Dl Acker, v : ' fi ' ' \'.\'Clerk. 1 S knate CnAMRiin, A uiany , N. Y, * . March, 2», 4877. Enpon T abcet — D eak Sin 1 feanootfullv ioiiwi tho introduction of the,following billaV' ' An not to refund part of the debt of Island Oity.'V This extends tlie payment of 8fi per cent,.of tlie old Nowtoira debt- “ Au ael of “ i? dih^AvX^ 11,0 Yours Truly, h, RtlAPYoun Piufion, OUR CHURCHES. “ OKOW IK OKAOE.\ On Sunday evening Rev. Mr. Jefferson Spoke in the First Presbyterian Church of Koslyn front the 3rd verse of the 2m!.Epis ­ tle to St. Peter: “ Grow In grace.\ Tlio Bov: gentleman conveyed tile Ida -that God commands us to grow In grate, ex- ppeting us to use means whereby we may obey our Creator's, command. He might g.t to any child in. that audience and for hours tell him to grow, but not tlio eighth • of an inch would he advance. But he could make his surVoumlings such that his growth might he increased. The mere force of words could not create growth in any person ; and thus tlio command com ­ ing from God to “ grow in grace ” carries with it a direction to make onr surrounding circumstances of a nature that will tend to our growth in this requirement. We must not expect to pass that growth and reach- perfection in a day. God allows no man.; to he perfect until tlie close of his mortal ' career. We plant a seed in the ground,but we do not expect iu'Iv night to see it de­ veloped into a full grown tree; Wo -plant a vine, but shall wo look after one night for a spread of that Vine ,oyer all the sides and tlie roof of tlio . house, laden heavily with rich clusters of ripe grapes? No ! And just so with our spiritual growth. It requires time, and wo must nurture it. A mustard seed planted in a damp corner where the sunlight never falls upon it. can ­ not become a tree in the limbs of which tlie fowls of the air may rest, and likewise the grace wliich the Dol'd hath planted in our souls: If wo expect it to grow wo must make its circumstances such that it will, we must favor it, assist it to enlarge. The sower scatters his seed, some fall up ­ on stones and grow not; otliers. rest in tlio earth and are trained to develop into some ­ thing greater tlmnAeed. God's gmeo oft ­ en falls into a heart of stone und is lost, wliile again it goes into a heart of mom feeling, and takes root, but for want of proper assistance ’ withers aud dies. And If we would grow in grace we must con- staidly he laboring to cause die same. Mr Jefferson spoke upon the elilcucy of prayer ; both publio and private, of tlie great need of fa'inny 'prayer, etc., and ins . discoursy. . did not fail to do good 1° Ids listeners. TOWN MEETING. We give below a cletailecl statement of the vote east for town otiicers, with the majority of each , candidate elected, • Supervisor. John M. Clark, . , ; 005 Henry I). Remsen, 015 , 5o . Town Clerk, . Wm. U. Nostrum!, ' 510 John B. Acker, ’ 53!) 1 Collector. George Mapkev, 574 Peter it llults, 49.0 - 84 Justice of ilie Peace, R. Morrell, 581 James Bnrtlh, ’ 492 ' 80 ■ Assessors, . John D.*IIIeks, . 537 : David N. Thus,' 1 x 582 5 John Remsen, 500 ,, Daniel Schenck, 520 40 TJighway Com. - George Hewlett, . 580 . v * George tlCetel ’ min, : 494 v 8Q Overseers of the Poor Olias. Coles, ’ 540 George, Dodge, 515 25 Ohas. Mott, 550 Alejcaiider PcarBalk 497 51) Trustee Jones ’ Fund. \ ' . E,: H. Mackey, . 010 Adrian Omlerdonk, 0 172 708 Sealer Weights and Measures. A. W. Scot I, ■ ; ••558 . Thomas 13. Mott, 517 Town Auditors, V. Downing,, s 57(1 S. V. Searing,\' 48(1 John B. Morrell, ’ 001 James Smith, '507 Game Constable, Chas.. Swalii, . : 545 Geo* Fleet, .522 Constables, James Avers, r_ 545 \Isaac Hubs, 1 543 Anthony Rode, 050 A- J. DeMott, 542 Patrick Welch 4.81) John Merton 808 James Gillespie . 831 James H, Jamnon • silt Jolm 15. Allen yffl 4t Inspectors of Election List. SAL, Mitehel 555 Luke Fleet 520 Jas. U. Willeta 555 Adrian Yuri Nostrand 535 Dish No. 2. J. Oornwoll Mott 050 “ D. D. Kirby 514 Jonathan Conklin 055 Geo, WfMott 538. ’ Dish No. 3. : Allen H. Baxter . 500 Janies M. Smith 515' Warren B. Weeks ■ : 55(1 Geo. W Tlbbots 524 Excise Commissioners Sims Shaw 407 Thomas Burton U '' 440 9^ --- - ---- - -- - ' On H. B axteu , tho inventor of tho patent mo, of Great Nook iu Hand. T ub Whitestoue Herald has a new dress— indicative of suc ­ cess. May a crown “ celestial \ adorn thy cranium, Urn. . HOU SE TO LET BEHT LOW. INQUIRE OF SItw. DANIEI. HEGEMAN, - 2« '4t

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