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Havana journal. (Havana, Chemung Co., N.Y.) 1849-1893, February 16, 1889, Image 1

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NUMBER 1223 . i .\-A. =5a'f§< M Y CHOICE A H A T M N J ) H O M A M ’ K. AMERICAN WOMEN. T IIK STOKY (IF A DOG, iff V '\ e t * a M . THE STORY OF A MARRIAGE SROUGHT llie re Are None.of Them Smpbl Looktag. A ttention T liey Receive. T hat w hich struck: mo must in, Am erica. fro n j ftriit to last, is the to ta l absence ,.f Istupid looking fuoes. A ll are n o t hand 6ouie, hut a ll are in te llig en t und buum iu, : ABOUT BY LETTERS. NOBLE AND UNUSUALLY WELL TRAINED SETTER. A Mat Tt ’rjinm er Made, Happy by Her F r i e m i’ i* J o k e — She P a s te d a Y o t e l ’n clu r i l i e S w e a t B # n« l, a ud a Y o iin * ' H a i i In U tah G o t I t — O w r r u lln e an O bjection. J w irn 'B rtiv ity : m m y op m ib iiA it is’ in th i I th a t A m erican beauty m a in lv consist--. In j the large cities o f the east; the firs t tk iu - w lileh .-a.igbt m y atteatiuu was the th tin o f the men and file plumpness o f the vvouien This seemed to h in t th a t the form er 1/vol ui a fm-naee o f a c tiv ity and th e la tte r in cotton wool. I his iajpreSSiou soon deepened ) M: ■ < u •oniie tio n .It seejhed to mo th a t her lo t« tt- I asueai-to being: perfeetioii as an earth)/ l, i'0U,J be- A respect: amounting to rev, i ,„. is shown fo r her, and It appears to be tlie . i.,. a im u f her protectore to surronud h*-i wm lu x u ry and make her path ib i,,u b h h i, . suimy one. So fu r a.-adding to l„ i oe oia I aiid physical graee go,--, thi-plan ,,i u...k,i tfVei^i v\utDftn 3B ULK lu u liv'd tjiitv ii li.t answered completely, .-w ins h.r Amu |«- siti.ie, she has sot herself U> work t.* i n i n u- cunaagly, and i t is-’the cull-iv at/on of A m e n ■as daughters, i t is then eharn.iua m.l. peudcueo and a consciousness of ib> ., tlfct make them so u liim tn e un.l n nd.-i American society so dehgbttul th. stmng. i iu then-treatment o f n.-inea, the Auien,\an aright give more than ..ne lesson to the men of the <4d world* even U» the Ire ii'lim a c «I/O , ill the matter o f poiiten.—, a deal, i aui afraid, on Hu - reputation ot L, ancestors. The respect tor wouieu, to A m u i oa , seemed tome to be p . rf« tl\rdistoterest«,t, piirrj.v Platonic. in I ranee, tin. ( f„.. i almost always 'borders on ti.llu n tn A Frenchman w fil alw aj s stood ou .k to lei a woxuaiV pass, bat he« ill generady profit lo | the occasionto take a coi«i look at her I ^ au °utsider ho competent to lo rm an | * l,miou-1 ventiu-e to say that the A,non. an | I” Coes n o t rend n toumu u tithe o f th t j IliUM j. jUilljtt'. «<>i m .l t. devoaon tiWfe^eiYG.'o Irom Lmi Tin-l i-t-n, , w ife repays'dij^sband s dev u t iu n b> prutw-t I mg icitereKts^axi .\Uit i M an t*uc i «>i» o ftt u \ rt'ija^s it by breaktu& int.. ins 4u j.iu i - i i us . O'Ht*!! in Forum. Dfifying a (ioTernor. I-ona before the wni l.y win’, h the thirteen .American colonies lie. mm h.depeudent state- they wero often engaged to struggles to pr, vent fo y a l govaruors f,oiu encmai liin g on their rig h ts ajifi privileges In the autumn of 1693 Goveimor Fletcher, of Now Y ork, went to H a rtfo rd to assert there his author­- ity as commahder-in-hi f o f the m iJitu inf t-’onnecticut. Tbo royftl cdltinxissinD had intrusted liun with large ppwehs o w r the mditia o f the colony, and^he ordere.1 it out, though the season fo r parades had .nd.si and the ehart. r o f Conmmtieuiidenied in. juris.fi: ti..H “I w ill not? Sat m y foot out o f this colony,4 said ifietcheiy ha ug h n h.to the goveruoi until I have seen tos majesty & commission obeyed.\ , . T h e C o tm e e fic u h g o v e r n o r y ie ld e d so f a r as 1 t o o r d e r C a p t... W m # w o r t h t o r a i l o u t th e 1 t r a i n b a n d ? o f H a r t f o r d . T h e r e s u lt is de s c rib e d t n L o s s m g V * H is t o r y of th e E m p ir e ’ ■ S tate .” : i W h e r i t h e tr o o p s W e re assem b le d. F le tc h e r ^ Stepped f o r w a r d . t o ta k e c o m m a n d , an.I o r d e r e d b is a i d ' i b n n 'l h is e x c e lle n c v ’s <-..m ’SaistionV U a U te c ’ tY a e s w p r t h - oVdci-ed th . I d r u h is t o b e b e a te n - •'Siience:\ angl-lly cried Fletcher and the aid began to read ‘ D ru m ’ drum.’ ' shouted Wadsworth, and the roll o f the drums drowned the aid's v o ic e ; ’’Silence:\ again cried the enraged guv ernur, and threatened the captain writh pun ' b>hinuiit. Wadsworth ktepped in fro n t of the furious governor, resfifl his hand on his sword, and said, calmly“ I f m y drummers ar,. mter rupted again. I'll tnake the sunlight show through you' U'u deny and defy v..ur uu fiio rity ' The govenlor folded up his commission, returtk-d to New Y ork and complained t., the king o f bis treatment , but nothing came ..f his compiaint. — 5 outh's I'ompamoiF . t o u r l i e d f o i b y s C h ic a g o : S p e r t S l ll a t l . T h is I-t h e ^ o ^ .o f a d ..s l i e was a n o b le au u i i a l - a s e tte r — a nd t h o r o u g h ly w e ll t r a in e d ,-Y* h is o w n e r e x p l t o a n d , H e 's 'j u s t a s «.«.•/! o i l w a to r as ,.u la u d .Y o u d o n 't lure i t,. u r g e h im t o ju m p o v e r th e ,i.Je o f m b o a t. 1 lit * . tir tt t im e I s a w L im w;as a t th« N o r th - v v» ^ U tii d ‘ jH>t a t I 'b i - a go I w ^s go^ng. to Iju k e , H is ., fu i a w ee k's lim it in g w it h a f f . t i e l .J u s tu fu - i w e g o t th r o u g h th e gate'.a n a .i . . in,. lIo vm the* p la tf u r u i fo llo w e d b y a ! ^ \ I t i i u u g b th e r e w as a b ig c r o w d , thei ■!<v; vva.*i a llo w e d to i ^ | tJ loo&e—be w aa le d b y iu? - h a m 4»r th o n ^;. W e b o th re m a rk e d t t t t h e t i m e th a t b e was a m a g n ific e n t a o im a l, a n d «u t, lie d h im as he w a s t r o t t i n g a lo n g b e h in d In-* n irt'-te r T h e y w e n t t o tb e b a g g a g e c a r a n d ih ,-m an spoke a w o r d ■ to th e baggage- T l i e lu t u - r p o in te d U> a c o r n e r o ifth e • tlo g s o \ a e r m adt* a m o tio n In th e i\ i ‘tiojLi a n d th o U jtc lh g e n t a n im a l .n to th e , a r a n d ,-u r!e d u p d n t h a t i < i» :i T h e b rtg ^ n ^ e tntu i n a n t e d tn tie h im Gat t h i n g , b u t th e o w n e r {iaid no. Hu l i -.ta } th tT u a l l rig h t.* * U esgid. A n , ! hi* W h e n w e g o t o f ia t'M c H e n r y , v\ h» re u h u d to t a k e a s te a m e r, th e d o g was ffitn i I 'i s t g i n t h a t c o r n e r o f th e .b a g g a g e c a r. H i- * M ttiK -r w e n t fo j w a r d a n d ca lle d h S n a n d h*. jm n p tw l. O f e o u rs e w e w e re m o re th a n t \ c i iu»piH«heft w it h th e f a c t t h a t h e w a s a v u lu a b le u o g . A LW AY S DID AS TOLD. T h a t n ig h t a t f -s L a k e w e g<*t-acquaJDted w i t h t he o w n e r H o w as a C h ic a g o b o a r d o f tr a d e m a n . H is n a m e I ut*ed n o t EQeution.- 1 1 1 * aJJ h im H u a t c r i t 5 as good as Mny •»Hi, 1 lit * n flh j r o o d ,. f th e dug, o t coursei-i a n d t* Id u s a g<jod m a n y s to rie s a b o u t w h a t, h -’ li,.t| d«*ao-and w h a t he r o u l i i do. H e w a u j traiAiwd t o p e r fi.q itjt.p j ' H e l l f e t c h u ie a n y t h in g I t e ll h im t o , 1* ,s a u l H u l u t , a f u r he h tu l w a rm e d u p t o h i a > t 1 to ld h im t o b r in g m e ,l h a l p o «4 t a b le he »1 d o i t . ' , W e a d la ttg h e d , o f cu u j &e. I C om e u o h n a h t t l e , * ' s a id th e p r o p r ie t o r 1 o f th e h o te L .Vj, I w o n ' t ,\ r e t o r t e d H u n te r , h o t ly T i l b e t y o u t i i e c ig a r s h e ’l l b r in g i t t o m e i f I t e l l h im t o . * ’ T h o p r o p r i e t o r lo o k e d a s to n is h e d ; * W u il, I d o n ' t t u i n d s m o k in g w it h y o u , 1* lie s a id a t la s t.“ S e n d h im f o r i t .\ H e w as p r o m p t l y b en t, l i e r a n to th o p o o l t a b le an d .lo o k e d a r ou n d in a u 'u n d e c td e d w a y “T h a t s r i g h t ,\ e x c la im e d h is m a s te r “F e tc h i t.” l l o lu c k e d a r o u n d a g a in , a p p a r e n t ly f o r s o m e th in g t o c a tc h h o ld o f. H is eyes f e l i on o n e o f th e p o c k e ts , a n d in u t w i n k l i n g h e h a d w r e n c h e d i t o f f a n d la id i t a t h is m a s te r ’s fe e t. ^ H u y d ’b o y ,” 6a iU H u n t e r , p a t t i n g h im > '• N o w g e t s o m e m o r e .\ • '“ H u r* ** ’ y e lle d th e p r o p r i e t o r“ T h a t cppta m one y ’ I( , t uuT bu,' r e p lie d H u n t e r , c a lm ly , ' ' *' !* n c fe I h c 'f ii i t i ^ ’iiio r e , , ^ d c k .^ Ja * k b a d b e g u n g n a w in g on one o f th e t a b le s legs. * H o m e an t o d e s tr o y th e ta b le ?\ c r ie d th e la n d lo r d “W t-il. o f c o u rs e h e 'b g o t t o b r in g i t i n see ( lio n s , '' b iu d H u n t e r . \H e c a n 't d r a g th e ( w h o le ta b le , b u t i f y u u 1 g iv e h im t i m e h e 'll j g e t i t a l l h e r e .\ , A n d I b d ie w * bf* w o u ld H e was t h e s la v e ,o f h is m a s te r s w o r d u»j lu u k . H o w e v e r , t lie ,la n d lo r d a d m i t t e d h is d e fe a t t o save h is ta b le . |1 he n e s t t i m e J saw H u n t e r a n d J a c k w as Ia b o u t t w o d a y h la t c i M y f r ie n d a n d 1 w e re 1 ou u iie h ide o f ^ i e l i t t l e i n e t ; w hen H u n t e r h a i i c t l us f r o m th e n th e i side U h a t b o r o o f hum s h a v e y o u r h e asked. 1 1 <• * bed t h a t u d u e w a > a U a n d m y f r i e n d ’s a lo A lta T h l ocs ti n Q 'o u fil Xlu to r His i i» .t . f W e r e A l m o s t M u i ve lo u s -T h e La.st O o u i- f , re 1 ^ \?4 .’. V ’ *' '.vJO ......W ' .* * I 1 ' V s y A ) * 45 f j , ' .* r. ,v m-;« , » , *N * ■ »->j-,i s A ,„ |s < > ’I v : A%> f ot fi '■ ’ l,V -I - j#V .» W - C*A, Lh v. .» v • , * ^ v i’ s r w *> V. • ‘. V * ’ m u n U t o s t Jil. 1 . H i, L j f e —T h e S to r y “M y n a m e is A m e lia Kelleger, 1 U-imiued th is hut, and i -Would l i l / c to i-ori-espoud w ith the m a n who gets it, i f he is young aud h o t m a rrie d . Acidre.sy c a re t,f the m aker’s name fo u n d on the, h a t tip: The ahovp.lines, were tyritte n on a slip of hajx-t and. pasted inside the sweat band of a derby b a t h y a y o u n g la d y hat trim m e r o f arl:, N. J. Amelia Keileger kuew nothing o f i t u n til th e case containing the hats had; been shipped off. Bertha H altli r \f the liote, was ashopmat,-of Miss KeUoger, and indited tho missive us a practical joke, anti sanie tim e afterward told ber friendl .about i t . As tb© custom o f w i t - m g their names inside the hat bauds« a-a comnion one among the h a t trimmers, the incident, vras foi’gotten in a few weeks aud no more w as hewd about i t . A X A K S IV E K FROM MORMONDOM .The m attei’ was, however, brought forcibly to mind i a a little moro th an a iponth later, when »IpttCT addressed to the firm inquired i f a girl w a s employed the re named Amelia Keileger. The w r ite r said he was a distant relative, a n d would liko to know what sort of a g ir l she was, whether she was of good moral character, and, aski ng i f she, was passably good looking., The ,initials“ A. c. Y .” wet» signed tp th e letter, with th e request that the answer be directed to Sait Lake c ity . Utah The senior member o f the h u t making firm, without le ttin g h e r know th e object o f hi. in fin n y , asked Miss Keileger if ,had any friends or itgiatives in bake C ity . She answered a t once ■n the negative. Several other ques­- tions were put to her, and ih answer to them she said th a t she had’ an uncle Iu the west—- where she did not know; th e family had not heard fro m him f o r years, beyond the rumor th a t he w as either in California or Oregon, and wus very wealthy. The bat manufac­- tu re r inquired ho further, but returned to the office aoid wrote a favorable repiy, under the Supposition th a t it was going to. the long lost hut jvealthy upcle. A week, after th e reply was sent o ff alet- le r came fro m the center o f Mormomiom ad­- dressed to. Mas Am elia Keileger. I t was signed“ A . Crosby Young,” The w rite r said :ffm t ho w as a young, steady working and .M iirly prosperous aaan, and was unmarried, H o had been the fo rtun ate purchaser o f the h a t which contained tho k in d Invitation to addressAha triouner. He wrote in conclu- sion: ■ . ' ‘ ‘ Perhaps you o n ly wrote th a t in th e spirit or fun. I have, answefed i t in tiie s p irit ofsm- cerity, im d the least you can do under tho •circumstances is to . write a few lines saykw th a t you d id net m ean w h a t you Wrote and th a t you d p uotdesirp tho m a tte r to proceed tmrther I f you d o this, upon the word of an honorable man, I w ill acknowledge the re/ eeipt of y o u r lette r, aiid I promise to drop : th e mattes tliefp.\ The w r ite r fu rth e r said that he was 88 years , Old, and had a th riv in g -carpentry and was anxious torprocuro .tfii eastern wife’ .as none o f tho western g irls he had seen ■suited hi m . I f Miss Keileger would, send a favorable reply be would d o a ll in his power to convince her th a t she was dealing, w itli an honest-man., Upon reading th e letter Miss Keileger con­- fided the le tte r and its contents to her friend, Bertha Hn.f fli, who advised her,“ ju st fo r the fu n of th e thing,” to answer the letter Amelia thereupon: wrote a straightforward letter, explaining a l l the circumstances, but added a postscript ia w hich she said that while she did: not, p a rticu la rly desire to con­- tinue the correspondence, y e t her curiosity had been awakened by tbe writer's frank­- ness, and she would particularly liko t o know if be happened t o bo a Mormon, A regis­- tered le tte r bearing the re p iy arrived early in the following week, i t was a long letter, in which' A .Crosby Young started Off by as­- suring his fail-correspondent that he was not a Mormon, but, ou the contrary, was a mem­- ber of tho Methodist church.. He theu gave a detailed history o f himself and bis family. Tho rest, o f the le tte r was such As a young man very much in lovo would w rite. He told how happy b e was to learn tha t it was not she w ho had placed the note in the hat He begged her-to allow bhn to continue tho cor-I . - she Halt ■ w„ _______ , u„ vul. respondenco, telling her th a V h o T o to T fur-i nish overy proof necessary, to show that essar t he vyas a l l and m ore than ho claimed: to be, and asked her t<> forward her photograph.’ One of h is was being finished for her, and would a rriv e iu a day or tw o. could Riley. Westlnghoi d ^ u o n s between „c n ^D ouble -Traokvsteel Ralls, Brakes, ca rt lighted by gas, -,» u o m ia cd Coupler-’and every modern appliance Three New York and Cbica. .go routes--the--8oUa Pullman Line” via Sala­- manca and N. Y „p , f i o . R .R .. and the Ohloagb y & a y p t liS f& 'igsss& S 5 f f i ‘ S S »1 S f f i ? , £ s a E g a’ ! g System Limited Xxpress between New York and Cincinnati and St. Louis, w ith NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR FAST TINE* The on ly line ru n -' nlng PuUmen Coaches between N et/-York and Niagara Fans Beat equipment and tra m service, ^ w tn & n m y R atis as mw as the lowest Take WfSt iv a r d i r o m E rw iR A Sifting th e Hands fo r Valuahles- A m idsum m er ifde o t h u m a n ity flow ed against tho h o te l bu lw a rks a t A tla n tic C itv ..The r u m strew ed hffiich was f u l l o f sightseers. There w asa cunoffs coincidence connected-: With th e tr.p o f ode o f th e yachts. The p a r ty w a s c a trje a b y c a p t w i l l Gate ta rn s y a c n p A le r t. They spoils a t r im lo o k in g schooner o ff shore, and tb e cdptam in q u ire d a fte r th e people m A tla n tic City. I n the conversation th a t follow ed i t wait fo u nd th a t th o schooner was n o other th a n the R o b e rt M organ - w h ic h was b low n h ig h and d r y on hoi e d u i m g t h j te rr ific storm o f N ifli. and upon Which b a lls and parties w o rn held aU o f the fo llo w in g sea­- son. ,„ STATIONS. Elmira.. ‘ Corning INd/,1.|| Rochester A r H ornelisve Jbv o i e a n . .“ Salamanca. A r. INd/,1 . | Sol. 5. | io n s r k 5 61 mt CIS 101 AM 131 I'N d 9 03 PM 932 AM 18 45, PM ,„ A sm all a rm y o f »|and s ifte rs were a t w o rk Oh th e beach. D to lr o u tfit consisted o f a sieve a hovel a n d a t m b ox T hey dug t h i sand fro m a ro u n d the posts o n which t h i h o a rd w alk h o d been la id . A f t e r reaching» depth o f about W o fe e t the sifte rs ran the sand th ro u g h t h e ir sieve. F requently th e ir e ffo rts wore r e w ir jlo d b y finds o f precrou stones and je w e lr y * T o a curious -visitor one o f the sifte rs e x b ib iie d his treasurfe I t comprised d” n H pins,: a plain: g o ld Ting, a d o lla r g o ld piece an d a n u m b e r o f m allei coins Ho ha d ?nada a lu c k y h l t i n the m ornm g. and w as a b o u t $150 b e tte r o ff H e sa d there w ere Cases where 4bQ0_ho<l been recovered fr o m the sand in a d a y , h u t th a t m a n y days were o fte n spent w ith o u t recovering a d o lla r ’s w o rth The a c tio n o f tho sea Washes a ll p a r- -tid e a n ro u n d th a : posts. mlOng-theJbeaClb a n d the hundreds o f dollars' w o rth o f je w e lry a n d m oney lo s t b y th e summer crow ds a re g a th ­ ered m by these # a tim t to ile rs d u rin g th e cold months,—Philadelphia Record- ‘_a..,¢‘-u .__.._; 7 45 PM 941 1020 2 41AM4 82 505 nu.“ , -;. ‘a\.a_..*..,'.\§. 1 045 AM laissN’ N 180 PM A t D unkirk Buffalo.,. •• Nw gara Falls Susp.Bridge Ar. 1040 PM 1147 1154 god AM S5X 658 315 PM 180 3:10 818 ‘ V A-.~-.5-'9.- . qt‘: 4\ Lo o a cTs a w sW*«WA*D p xo mEl mir a g i s W M , e ve ryd a y fro m E lm ira , stops at a ll stations, a rriv in g ap Painted P o s t 647p m . l . f i o p . M ., week days, fro m E lm ir a stops ati au s fa ti ns a rriv in g a t Painted Post2 20 p m 3 5 0 a in , ve ryday fro m E lm ira , Corning 4.30, Addison 4.47/Camsteo 6.98/and arrives a t Horneiisvuie5.87a.rn 1 .4 8 P .M ., Bunday. tro m E lm ir a , ' Cornlne 8,08,Adtuson’ ,8 ,50, Cameron 4,40. and a t au s ta - tiohs.ou signal, a rriv in g a t H om eiisvine; 5 45 p.m . , _ • ■ M .Sundays excepted fro m E lm ira stopping a t N o rth E lm ira 4.48. B ig F iats 4-53. Coming tb lk a n d a n lv in g -a t-lio rn e ils v llle - 045- i21 ~Z6 1 0 v M e ve ryd a y f r o m Susque hanna. Stopping a t a ll stations except H ia wAtha urove. and arrlvm g a t c o rn in g a so p-m N-»wyVfCMfU.AA llAVUIKAbKpUrU lE IhfV.SUD.IH- V T & W F S V S ff t S X , , , Qi.i apelvOa’Dninviut l9nia»Ad o ' An* 1 a . jTE,.!jLveryu&y xrom jsimirj Coming 9.44 , artlves Palnted painted Post 948- E as ti y ar d f rom El m i ra . STATIONS. C in NO-8. |NO, 721 NO .4. 1 NO. 2. * i i’Jhamps. ■ O il liasbeen burned m lamps f o r m a n y cen- turres b u tn o t e * l im prbvem ent i i i o il lam ps was m ade t i l l a b o n f 100 years ago, o r ab o ut 1,784*. W henM. A rg a p d , a Swiss who. liv e d a t Lonxlon, in ve n ted the c y lin d ric a l w ic k m id b u rn e r, w h ich ha*-since borne h is name. Soon a fte r th e g lw s chimney was introduced and. lig h tin g b y o i l was f u lly revolutionized. These fw o improvements m u ltip lie d th e fig h t to bo o b te in e d fro m a Jninp and b y producing a per fe c t combustion of th e o il, obviated, the smoko and bad odors previously inseparable fr o m th e use a t o il lamps. O th e r im prove, moats followed, one of the most notable be? m g tn e placing' o f tho reservoir o f o i l below the b u rn e r Instead of above, m aking ’ the lm hp much m o r*. convenient; T h is was a: discovery of P h ilip p e G irard , a Frenchman, about 1807 .-A n o th e r Frenchm an, Carccl, contrived a m ech w tia ii t o reg u la to th o sup- p ly o f oil, but hdssMuajrivanee.vms superseded b y th.0: m oderator p w ip , m tfd d n c e a 'a b o iit sh rty yean, ugo.f R q m 6 fq rth ei-m o d ificatio n s o f lam ps tolloroed th s djscdyery o f petroicum,. h h t theso are th e p rin c ip a l features included la t h s lamps o f th e present day, th e A rg a n d p rin c ip le being substantially unchanged.— Good Housekeeping, ' ■suited ‘M. R‘.‘.‘. ..'~‘r' '2: ‘\ I«\ ,‘ |.\;'I~-~\ ‘« ._ ~,‘ ~. .‘ .5 ' ‘« -‘3<\\.\'i\‘A'~('£l MM \0 ... ' m'.\[‘_ n_ .~ .. _‘. C o rn in g ,r,i Elm ira .......Waverly.,,...“ O w ego,...,. Binghamton“ .SnsqU'han’aAr J e r s e y C i t y . A r | l 0 »P M | N e w Y o r k ...“ l i o .H S\ j 123rM 158“ 2 20“ 2,53“ KS3‘ 4 1 5“ l«90rM 1053“ U 8 6 *‘ 12 OiM’T 1244“ 1 30XM 7 4 5 A M 110 765“ 228AM #67“ 824 ii\; “\1. ‘_‘.x'.$v.~\\1‘\t x . > ,364“ 429“ 50 9“ 110 5 5 a m | 1 065 „, Looxn Tk a i k s EAS'nyARn. C om ing, stopping a t B ig Kats«.42, N o rth E lm ira 953, a rrlv m g a t E lm ira i ti■ oo a. m. a-...« .,‘ l 'i L re No, 90.—7.33 A .M ., w eek days, fro m c o m in g a rrlv ln jra t Binghamtou 9.57 a, m. „No, 106.—l #.0 5 ;P , M „every day.from Painted Post-stops a t a l l station*, a rriv in g a t E lm ira -1*93 d* m»“ No. 112.—10.00, 10.40 p .m . „,®7B1? 4 ay>1I7) m coratog. Stopping A tE lm lraio.14, a t W &verly-io.3Bp.m . • T i o * « ,B r w x r o l i . -D&ttr except stiaasy, \Wu.P %*P,4 tn fia at?9 52 o ,m .,5 30p. m , an4« 20 p. m . h, * j v r r v H u n B re n o h ,—Tr»lnsleaveg BIot»- _____S. T .fig E L E Y , D lv-P astenger Agent. ./ ■■ ,. -?\■? - / » 4 §VJ\ 'r \V . \ it-\'3 .!I‘.,':/‘ 5’ ,1’? ‘. ' ' 4‘ :.,..~ 1 ‘f-' 5.7.. \J *-'x«»‘vm»:»;,: 3\\ ‘.w“H7. .\:r‘;:€(“?' f-:2 ‘W’,-'3‘-:~ 9. : . 3., _ u . ' ‘W6 :__‘.‘$'§.._r,|.. Iv '* v'.‘., $P.”.1*l\!u‘- 53¢}? ‘§“’{, ‘. 3-», vi ‘»2«i'«.».'.x --mi‘ \\v:\\-‘ .\.'u\ Wu ' ;:‘,¢ 1; ‘ 1: ‘L*«}\ =A<*\5‘~f~.‘:*.;:?*\.>§' 2' L,‘ ‘J?! r- « ‘g *1 ‘..' Boxing wi a B eautlfier. “D o you see th a t g ir lf’^said a lady to her ^scoru a t the Metropolitan Gpera house the other evening“ S heisrather plainahd or- dinamly might attract n o attention, on the street, but.as she is usually seen promenading Broadway half tho menadmire her beautiful complexian. And i t is. natural, too. Every afternoon before taidfig a w alk she ADd a frien d put on the boxing’gloves fo r an houi-. They Whack each ether over the cheeks and necks t i l l tbeir faces a ra crimson, then dress hurriedly, as. dresshig in haste goes w ith women, and walk Up and down the street While the color is u a Before the complexion has become normal in its tin t: they return to th e ir home. Gradually they have made a fejpntation fo r baring the rosiest cheeks of any women in New Y ork; As they sit there in th e front rpw no w y o u can see how pale th e ir cheeks arc naturally and how white th e ir necks: Uu the street they are the healthim t looking girls in New Y 6 rk.” - B a l- iim q ro American. , “.1; :_w~,, . .w -J. 1. i‘. 315? ' 17 ~‘v'?’_‘/A‘ ' \3; J. .,{',*,1&;z‘‘.‘.x \; a . .l'.n’,{ .u5. 1 :’3j~f;3j;j_7,v'. 4;’ 51 ,v'/ \\/$373 / K ‘.4’/3%\ \ RI ' :_',‘Y‘\_‘ ?’;?7§'.j 55¢,-‘:3 Lrir cor-I j t / i r l s ’ B u c k Saw E x e r r ls e . iA ll entertainment in Worcester, Mass , a day or two ago was closed by u wood saw uu I match. On the platform st. o il seven saw I borses silentlv awaiting development*. IA , the side o f eat Ii savy toy two sin k» of woud ione big and one Ii t tie one. Ka. h >t e k n < * ,to be cut twice in two, and the >u „ladv u.*,, cumpleteil the task first was to r e ..silver , f n . \i l k a graven image ot a i,,j fur-i sau; ra u iI,ant thereon, while the tody to-t I P1^ 1 f*10 , a -’nated steel through the red oak bottle of Mutiiei Wmal OV\ a was to have . soothing syrup To the muMv ,.f a pianoaccunipai.iment : ]i,- seven young lmbus formed to lln> - Sumeuf them, bashful!) rested the knee against flu* stick o f wooJt.) hold i t to pla/v. while Ike I others went at it m business fasfiiou. putun„- the foot up vhere i t belonged, sh o w uig dmi.i v ) little ankles ami pre tty little trfijs. A ll ..f l them blushed luure o f .less as they saw tbe ; Itention paid to thoir lmgerie L) tlm mtuu portion of the a ml/once. A Miss Deiihulm e iit the first stick o ff the quickest, the second also, und looked like a siiro winner, but her g m was more than Lei strength. Mi/s Rogers gamed ami jia s-d her, flnishtog first and second ri-sfiectiv ely in Uu. 10s . and im. 20s.—New Y ork (Star. Im p r o v e m e n t s In T e le g r a p h y . I have often been asked bow it is possible to divido a stogie telegraph wiro ami s/nd different messages ofi eacfi side o f it The : novice says . - I should think there woul 1 1«h ' a jtanble somewhere along tbe line” end, to tell the truth, it looks to me as though the uninitiated wire about rig h t but fo r one fuui|,“ *”ru“ ’ *uuy n ii o t *Hia i; thing, and that is the perfection achieved in the invention < f instruments with which te , control tho w ire Thero fe one cu-kus foat- ure 1 cannot fully explain niys/lf, m l that is tha t very often while One sn;.< of tho wire is workfag perfectly the other zide w ill refuo. rorform its functions Tiie irittrufucnr/ J to tho main office appear to lie nil 'rig h t, l.ivt Y0,t can do nothing to rectify tho evil 1 SpXdriirg 0f invcntidns in telegraphic instm fTIP'rtf’S t ll f t W lln *lt.ctrtbft i.’ n nvniHinl «. ments, the Whcatrione i-a nm f-v c l, ou.l w ifi, I firmly b e l i e v e , eventually do with, toli-grn-’ phy what the \piug” niachtoe has douo Im tobacco roiling-reduce tiie number of o p e r a - tors required by the hundi'eds. Its effect in .this direction is already being felt t o aSi thc larger cities of too country. —Operator in tit. Louis Globd-Demoerat. * - - ’V a n y o u l e t n o h a v e so tn o 10 c u r t r n ig e s” ,h o v a ile d . ’ ' I ’m t o o t o u t .' C v r t a t u ly ,\ s h o n te ii m v f r ie n d , “i f i c-au M<*t i lio iu u rre is s I 11 t r y a u . i th r o w s o m e to \ o u U V o i l ' l l u n d e r ta k e t o 1 - o t r b th e m\ ' 1 1 . n . ' h e said • U m t II .• l a t d o w n a i .>1 i> ii! t o il ,, f f „„ e 0 f f i Ls r u l) b e r In /.tf. T hen lie .4 / j ble: i th e to p o v e r a n d e;av, i t l o J u v k J a .,L -vvm n ,,v e r w it h i t , w e p o t th e i - a r t r u i^ e s i . i a n d lie to o k i t baek. M l. vv, u N im ix .III l , y w it h h m i th a n e v e r T in - n e x t d a y H u n t e r g a v e u .z a n o th e r es ;b ib i t i o n o f tb e d o g 's t r a i n i n g . O u e o f us ( t o o k L i - h a t , o ne o f h i> g lo v e s a nd UU h a n d U e ri.h ie f. a n d p u t th e m h i se p a ra te places ib ou t ih u - t y 1 eet u p a r t . The d og la y .h ) his uiOf»t< r w a lc h in g t h e prvn e o c lia g ' t ‘ N o w w hi« b d o y.<ti« a u t h im t o g e t f * a>-kc*d H u n t e r .T lio g lo v e ,\ sai<l I l i c f t u r je r e d H u n t e r , a n d to th e le f t J a k W ent a n d g u t ib t* g h ,v e .W e t r i e d h im i. n u m b e r - ^ o f t.m ic s ,b u t In.-u u d i rs to u d th e ■' f ‘ -a n ! t e n t e r h o t te r th a n a g«»vd I ’ ia u v t h e a t r e U ih c r 4 .A n d b e hon n o t a tr iu k '*«%. * i t b c r — he w as a h u n f m g d <g THE iiA s T L t t's s< iR jti w I k - f i r e t h e w it ’ k w a^ u m le d t-v e ry b od v io tb e \ i c i n i t y o f ih o j iai--> w a s ju s i a b u t it in lo w w it h J a c k I b i i i t f i , i,»f tu u rst*, th o u g h t th e r e w a * u b t h u i ^ in t L w o i M lik e th e dog H e th o u g h t th e r e w a s n o t h in g u n d e r heaven t h a t J a c k c o u ld n o t do., a n d th e ro c e r ta u iiv w as n o t h in g t h a t h e w u h l d o th a t he w o u ld n u t d o i f h e w as tv d d , as th e setjuel shows. H u n t e r c a m e b a c k - u e d a y w it h o u t h im . T o use a s la n g e x p re s s io n , he lo o k e d a ll U o k e u u p ,* ' a n d r e tu r n e d h o a h b w e r t o ih c g i e e i i n g . g i r e n h im H e w e n t i t r a i g b t to L . i ro o m a n d i n a s h o rt tim o ca m e d o w n dresst*d f a r tr a v e l. VVhat s m y b il l r * he asked. \ 4‘U U ’ uo t ^ o i u g 1 ex< lau n e d th e land-; lo r d ' Y e s ,\ h o r e tu r n e d , s h a r p ly . B u i w h e r e s y o u r d o g ?\ iL>ead, h o r e p lie d , m a to n e t h a t p u t an *’ .u l to a ll f u r t h e r «iuest4o iiin g T h en , a b r u p t - l y D o y o u , k n o w ; a n y .one w ho w a n ts a U r n t in g o u t f i t ?*1 H u n te r h a d th e h a ifils o m e s t o u t f i t in th e pk'< i ’ I t m u s t h a v e m s t several h u n d r e d d o lla rs.f ’ < A \ h u t's th o m a t t e r , . H u n te r :* asked a C h i­- ca g o a n w h o k n o w h ii n \D u YOU xv & p t t h n w q t. \Q p ’ y ”JL>w m in d 1? ’’ , A n y th in g .\ / I ' i f t y d o l l a r s ;\ T a k o . i t j a n d h e w a lk e d o u t o f t h o h o te l-'\ I ftaA jn g n l ^o u t t h e m o s L ^ u r p r i s a d s e L o ^ g e u - onQ q\ ei f e a w , , S o f a r as I c a n lc a m h o hasn ’ t b e e n h u n t i n g f r o m t h a t d a y t o th is . ; A u d t h o dog? P o o r fc u o t y i th o b o a tm a n t o l d m o a b o u t h im . • H o h a d b e e n a f t e r a numb r of wounded duck,s and was probably tirod out. Ho had Just brought ono back .y ““ jaou luvu uii e ___ When H u nter ordered liim a fta ’ another-Ha refu?ed to go. Hunter throw him over-Ha bank to too; boat. H ito ttri refused to s w a m T CIuULO. 4VXMWV .MXfvr lo t fiit o t a a n d o rd e re d h itn to g o M te r the duek. H o Went, n e a rly reached it, ' ‘ —.— — -• v , “yto>oi. , i t:nyu'^xi i.and sank exhausted, to ite fu i and ob&Stctit to to e te s t A n d th is is the s t o r y o f a dog, as to ld b y * Chicago eportsm an t o a f iib h n e Chicago \ ' I33 :u,.-. 5’-R‘ \ -“S\?47.~\'?« “ “J.!-‘.\:'.»fgn;.’?£ . r;r,f.,\ ffggc» 1,»; I \ ~' ‘r i“ u'»\VAr' 33' 5'; 6’; . 5 1\ \ ;;,_q:»;;e. £41. '5.33’/33.‘: rt\ e '. . 2’; §‘:i;§ N23 4* «X ,\ \~;§\‘‘‘ \F:‘<*‘:‘.\»‘.;;.§.. x gig? W‘ 31*.‘ M‘>“>‘a<;~‘ ~;’~\§«‘§§~.“5:fx’~”3 j%<1g.‘§:~\<‘~~2« {~§‘*.~§.?~\'{§;§ §f~§(:‘ *:\§§;»\§‘~:T»~§ *{‘:?i.\ “~ » , :39‘ ‘ ¥1\r\~£«?‘~> W ‘ J;>w‘§»;¢ ‘xs xv‘, \ + . wma§ ~ ms‘N i‘3>\g\‘\§‘ \ ~\ ‘ ‘ .\j‘\ \‘‘i ‘$9 ‘§(§§}~ \\»;\\>\§‘ “A 51% \ 3\ ~§\§\x~ *3 ‘\ v,‘,\\K I t s CAUSE, NAT0RK, SYjtFTOHS, PHEVJN- l-TXO NANEj CUBElS th e j atlentanew^bdofc of« paj^s by 0. D 1CUweon^H, D., wbo nab had a large exper w r a a w m l ortpose m an y JV W afflicted rvlth W1UWwnt BBTHJSDA SAN lTA R lTttl, ....... . . . . , h a t a ma,n . Y. ' Gen. Sherman’s One RequesL A w ® tside poiitihai d u b wanted to ser* ■ eUade Geh. Sherman. A committee saw him about i t beforehand to learn .whether the demonstration w o dd U a agreeable. ’“ I t i s all rig b t, boySi’^Shermau said.“ 1 shall bo.iionored by-the serenade. I won’t -ihake much o f a speech, b u t i f you care to h k v o a low off hand remarks I w ill mnfie them, B u t l insist updnoneoonditioii. Y o u r ■ band must not play ‘Marching Through Georgia.’ I t is a good a ir, and aS that, but fQL ju s t about a ,quarter o f a century no band ofnrusichas ever knowingly played to me iw ith ou t using it. That has become inouoto- |noiis, tloh’t you see , and I -feel os though 1 Icouldn’t possibly stand, nnotim r note of it .” — :New Y o rk M a il ahdHxpteSs. ended ha pp il y of course . On the following day th e photograph ar­- rived. I t showed a W a ll b u i l t y uiuig man, |< w ith a fra n k and pleasant face, anil a pretty, c u r l i n g mustache. Amelia sent ou ono of her photographs, a:id Bertha H afiii, Who saw o il the correspondence, says th a t letters were w ritteu and received tw ice a week.“ Oh, they wei-o regular gushy love letters after the photographs .were Bent,'’ she said to a re­- porter“ Both o f them were clean guue The boys to the office thought that she was w ritin g a l l the tim e to her uncle;” I t appears that tho young, man actually did come all tho Way from U tah, a rriv in g a t Newark. He stayed for a tim e at: th e United States h o te lto B roa d street. Notified of his coming, Amelia was prepared to meet him, and did s qwith Her ever constant Bertha a t -hei .side. The .epistolary love was ratified a t the meeting: Coshictioss.—At, Lyons wltu Mato Line N. Y .C. f iH . R. R . R. Trains 2, 4 and «, make close connecttouafOr a ll Points East and west, Sieeping afia Drawing Room cars from Lyons to Byracuse, Albany. New York anil Boston, Rtebeaten BuffalOf Clnelnnat! and Cbloago. • ^Geneva—W ith Auburn Branch N , Y. 0 . f i H» R. R. R. Aft n o rth boundtrains make good con- pectlonsEaat ana Wests” ^Drtsaen—With, penn Yan Branch & o , Ar c HtmrodB—W lth NOrtbefn central R.R. - u.c£ T t i mKy E’ &w-%“• »d, A. M. PALMER, P l a i n P a i n t er , P i n t „lAW m icevllle—W ith Cowanesque Branch C. Q .fiA ,R y . Tioga K B . . . Jwsey Shore — Beech creek R R . : WlUtAXa-^*^ ntAJ.i.'ZL a i ’ . a i .Pf jm * jnm PlDUUUIir port and m a d e ip m £ « . K i a , g s i f aseiise^ g M t -A N D - D E C O R A T O R . oar/tn S|>elliiiE; , W a ite r (handing monu card to countryman m fashionable up town restaurant, briskly) - INow then, sir, w h a tw illitb a ? ' Ciouutryman—WeU, th o lu s t th in g I w ant to say is tha t ycmVogot youi’ sigh spelled wrong outside. 'Cafe’ don’t spell coffee b y a lpnfe sight. E f you fiio u id s ta rt fi. shop down to th o Corners you’d g i t tho grand laugh.- Tho Epoch. H a v a n a H o s t o f f ic e . l MAILS C I.03E:« 1 ° J M te n i ahd Western stateat 0:18 a.m. M iln a .in i/w 6:40 p, m. 8:00 p.m . |j0 r ta U p riB t* »o ith 7 :2 t a . m . E r t m a U p r i n t s N o r t h ; Z 7:10 p. m il ^ ? * d » ° p .j a . S u n da y, fr o m a. j , Br o w n , p. m.* *~Benu * 2/oem slhmiis trTTTP Cir.fvv'sy .Bo>toil.UX*».,for ho trecdl j i l work mil Cir.fvv'sy * t o„ list ed? meeting: Tho young m an was f o r a t once going to th o gild’s house m id m aking known to her vuw&ui ouy o’turn K luioWTi lis paren te tlio object o f his v is it. She iiegativeil th a t |)fo p osal,.saytog she had' nidt,.prepared her parents for i t , but promistd to do so to a fow days. She broached th o matter, but met With,air unfayoraiDje reply., Her fathei-and brothers would n o t bo brought.over to be-! lievo th a t a uiari who liv e d in the land o f Mormons couiil b e q proper person to marry Amelia, an d she vva»forbidden to hold Dituro intercourse with him. T ills injunction she *“ immediately disobeyed by mectihg Crosby, and informins him .of her pavente’ decision. The young man said nothing; but oh tho following eveniiig, introduced himself to Amelia’s family ahd told them ho had como .aRtoa-VHty seeoa; the csEtiueat to mako her bis bride. ■ - -, -The ’ _ , Rev, Dr, MoC'osh in. o t the opinion th a t Matthow A rn o ld“ has: been rathe r an over- sfimatod man in England. I t docs not ap- pe«* to ine that ho has w ritte n any great w p rk in history or ip crificisfit th a t w ill live .—--,above an ago or two. Ho lias taken un no g w a t thomo, andrhewfil go-down to posterity <8 tho author o f some., fine poems o f the see- ond rank and o f cei'tato phrases which he has sOught to mako classioal.” . 3 :‘V.‘‘* ‘t J’ 4-‘, ‘A ».. ,A ._r S N N U R S E R Y S T O C K ~ ^ ~ . V V A X l e i lU e ,e v l/ < R ‘a t * / V - -« Buy of us (tod save Agent’s commission. -.-KNIBffiSNBBOiS^Jjpnght Havaaa.N. Y. I, J e y g fa : Europe claim ih fltC o ra lie Cohen lisa -w co n ir R m - e n o e 3 f ^ lj^ a e f ' H S F V d rt Was douri dfflong th» wounded on both -sides p i th e Franco-German war. Sho,is n o w a 11“ vuui> l uo vt mum iv Hire is -.-KNIBffiSNBBOiS^Jjpnght o f toe Legion pf_ Honor and preside] iresident —Hmve-Aaaelia l, Of tfio Association dosTjam^FFancalser“ ,1 V\ i /..iff cal'lPYafkMLGrocery Houso^f - -, -The fam ily refused,, and ’ positively in- f ome(l tb o young mtm - th a t he could not' —Hmve-Aaaelia foM~» M d e ^ —The-g i r l , had; sometliirtg to say ito tho matter herself, and said it to her loveir when sho mot him on tho following evening. Bho said she would wait tw o weeks for be r pgfentBto cliaago their inind boloro die would do anything decisively. The two wcela passed, and os their consent wflsnot given sho decided for herself. O r Monday ovcalng sho did not re tu rn ' homo.' On Tuesdoy Bertha Haffli shewed, a short _ , ■ W * ^ mblCb r f A it-$ ? I u V? 'inaiTipd, ana •wil}-shu^ Y ^ f e v e t S‘ w , ................ _;t toere.” - 3 T . fiT — W i '««« when I g e l Ciueimusti Botjulreri it‘ ,‘:\gK_ ». t§§:;3§\p“**§§ 79tf _The KnglqcfL’s M a s c o t, ‘%-Ina ‘ ..:*.'.:.'.'.%s'.-;:....,w.., , . hay.-. P\\%IU!0I ' 1 \“~ \‘*'--'3-‘ sad loojtin# over t iie la r jw t stock of An engineer on tha Danvilio railroad; be - tween Danvilio and Springfield, IDs., has a cat th a t loves railroadtog. Forsot-eral years the cat has journeyed w ith the engineer on bis regular run.-, usually sitting'in tho cab Window before its master. Sometimesliri.fino Weather j t strolk out: on tho piloV and Uea Ihere fop houre at a stretch, blinking a t the dogs that’ fiarii os too train toundcrn by. it a n n ta to toe1 to® S box, t o d lin a k t u r h ^ W i tHe shriek Of too whifitlq oi-tlio cia n g q f too bell. The 07 tooney. • i uv cugmo u i u p h good lucic Over since the eat ettachod itielf to it. ttod “train hancla toinlc toat i t te. a mascot, ton Budget. • - • j 0 . L W mmm w - a a a w ■ W i« a F o rth o s p a e o o f 111 years w e a ro to b a v e tb o flg a ro e in our years, an4 to o occultists, N h o p u t touch stress upon numbers, p re d ic t th a t th o condition o f m aaktod w ill be g re a tly .Iim proved over a ll p a rt torn® d u rin g th is tm- ( u i i u n ass m je ea u r r i b a . I t is t h e a g e o f K M Y u g a . w i» . . H an g i n g L am p s W mmm w a a a w ■ W i« a H ^vSSr Confeo ttonery, fic., ju s t veoeitrib ,v >.Iim \3 I Mal '..\\*..'§3\'§ gs.-_-.1-as-73 , SPECIAL 1HOHc£X£NT8 • • tw?W4rof 'f'be fa m ob f“ Fairny fe rn” and o f A lice and Fhtebo Cary waa established th ir ty year# ago, y e t neither o f them was able to m akoa Comfortcble incomd u n til toward toe dose o f t b d r patters. % tlt o t h ig h prites arts Choice Confectionery «6 '3\-I\!-'3 Ife te m m that, tea United Statrt eovern- went irospaid wore money in t o o i u v« t R ( * . U rn q f tiw diaeaaes ot hogs thArt I t has fo r all tea dissMts affecting the Wumm rtioe. ThePsieifiei h K t u H r lfifi i now num- Governor 6wJnaford, of Atetoa, predicts that the mammoth, alive w d wsiyvrtMjWj, bo found in toe in te rio r o f bis .territory. 17-.- -*4 V3‘c;,-t; U f* Y . . u, -7 _ f 5 ‘.7*,1§'152=*<’»,§»*- -so.“ ,2] \9 F rt’-A iUfeW . H avana J ourna l •v e ry Saturday tam uuA O B aa la Langley H a ll, M ain s tree t, Havana, N , T f+ U K ft Jt m UU trnU tdJQ uM : 1 ■ o r m Jo m a rtc .--o n e DoUar a n a jn fty te r a n n u m .iii advance . I t tor P. O-o rd e r o r i s R e g is te r^ Letter. AU nepers sent to Subscriber* OUtipt tlhe iBCUV 'W OUMBVU^ftWV;W vuv ,„ „meeoiitaiuect a t expiration-ot 't i M« to rw h ic h p a id . . ... : A e va a risu to awe Bo b P a tim ito — The j o u * m Sv wtde c iro u ia t io n makes i t a superior me- ffia M ta r advertialng I t Is also prepared to do .Job P r tn tto g ln the m ost approved styles, at reasonable ra te s . , __Address T R A I L R O A D S . ^ O RTH E S N C ENTRAL RAILWAY T fl w t r aa E ik i bbt w m i t P H tt . ADii .r a n Bj x t i j r o s s , W A to M Q T O N , AHD V H B . SO UTH. C A y jto D A I- OUA J tQ O H B S T lB B o t p a l o A N D N i i x U i u Pa t m AMD i n No h t h .„ Ti ms T a bl e I n E A e t J a * .9r f 'T8S V V ■ T * i l N 8 M A V S J tA T A ltA .; - ' 6 : 6 6 A V —R o c h e s t e r E x p r e s s d a l l y e x c e p t Rochester, svtodsy, t o r uasaodaikua : Buffalo, and Niagara Falla. 8:1# A. M .—Day E xpress.dally except Sunday. lo r E lm ira , W’maport, B u o o u rjy H arris. b u rg , Y o rk, B a iu m o w , W ashington Lan-. naaros iD hiiA S.i.t i a A r d l* N e w Y ork, avxm s«>ovt m.; Washing B u ffe t P a rlo r oars are Th i Jo o a x A i m a y b e io u n d o n flle a tQ e o ig e P , U M U t o a ’ i Newspaper A dvertising Bureau (io ton, 8:00 p. m.„ run-on th is train trom Wiilamsport to : Philadelphia, Aadathrough passenger .coaches to. Baltimore. ’ 1 0 :4 3 a . h ,—W rasport Aoc. dally-except Sun- • d a y,arrivin g at E lm ira 11:10 a. m . Leaves .Eimira-S p. m „co n n ectih ifa t W'amsport ■with express train-to r Philadelphia, ar­ riv e s _ac P hiladelphia 1 :25 a, j n . : New • .-j Y o r k 7:10 a. m.: B a ltim o re .5:16 a. TO ■Washington. 0:30 a i m ..... * C A R D S . RTBMRLZER , > ; PHYSICIAN A N D SURGEON R snM enoe.coruerMatnaud Genesee street/ op poslte old oounty C lerk’s office. D a y office tjlrs a d w ^ east ot postofflce over Hoiiett-a ------calls, n l p ro m p ta t e n tio n . —„ , rtom otatt* :h t o r day, w ill receive .......■ • \446 M . M MEAD AT T O R H E V A N Q O O D N S B tX O K A T I/A W .Cffioe ln Campbell Store, (second floor.) Ita in .so e p t.R e va q s, N. Y. .■■■.■ ■ . l a n t f J ) R . GEORGEM POST , PHYSICIAN An d SURGEON O nes, a t reaideooe. on H e n ry street, o a u a th is eaten. . - - .N i| h t A ' L . HUNTER , Y 8 , lo n ra ry gr, lege, r i T o t ______________________ordomastlc animals. _-adnata o f O n ta rio V ete rin ary Coj- ronto. Canada. Treats a ll diseases Anii—— —--———— ,Residence on F ranklin BA. on the South Side o t ctlen. Bridge/ 42m6 J ) A Y I D SM ITH, ' DEALER IN BO O M ,SHOES AND BUBBKR8 Custom Work andBwpotrlngaS usual. F ra n k lin s tre e t. oppo- s its F a ll Brook House. W atkins, N. Y. f t JORNM ROE , A tto rn e y ahd pounssilor-at-iaw. office over •eUen* Oruuwy awxo, FuurLu, street, w at- h W ,N . Y. ^ _ t . . - /■ . .a ■ Q ^ B/l ' R O S T , * AOBICOMD'EAD n fP r.* H * N T S , jio . P m e ^ .^ u y i e r A g rto u ltu ra l W orks and f f n s t i m i . O o n s ttitly under *team ,andready f o r j o bbtng and g risting .—’Watkins, Deo, lOfh, . . „>uu / u , - V u t i n i a n s le e p m g c a r s i r o m a a r r i s b u r g t o I h l ia d e i p h l f a n d N o w Y o r k .: P h i l a d e l p h i a ’ p a s s e n g ­ e r® c a n r e m a i n i n e i e e p t r s u n d is t u r b e d u n t n 7 do o c lo c k . waauu,14W'WV lUUAh . . ‘ 1 A J t—Northern Express d a lly tor Can andaigua. Rooheeter. Buffalo, and Nlag /, l>a DlnllA ^ ftlTftJPAiS e #1 P M — NiagaraEvpresS daily except Bi n . day, tor Canandaigua. Rochester. Buffa- , lo, ana Niagara F a lls. . .. V ilg ip . M. AccommodaUon. daliy except sun- - day. tor Elmira: ' ■ ■ , P 36 p M —southern Express daily lo r inml-, • ra, W, msport.sunbury.H#rrlsbtirg.YOrk. - Baltimore. Washington. Lancaster. PhU- \adeiphia and New York, arriving at . Phiiadeipha 835a. m.: New Y ork. 11:30a, tn.: Baltimore, 8:15 a, m,: Washington. 9 : 80 a. ra. Faiacesieepingcarsarerunon ■ ' this train trom Rochester to Baltimore and Washington. W illiam sport to Phila­ delphia, and throughpassenger coaches to Baltimore, jo 58 P. N ,—Fast Line. dally except Sunday, to r W atkins. - TBATMS: VOR HAVANA F K O l l VHB SOUTH. Rochester Express leavesEimtra 6:so a. m.. dai­ ly except Sunday, arriving a t Havana at S : 66a. m. • Niagara EXpress ieavos Philadelphia 7:10a. m.. Baltimore 780a : m .. dally except Sunday arriving a t Havana SrSip. m. Buffet Par- lo r fiars are run on th ls tram — u—w v u . . . . , u trom P h lla - delphta to W uiiamsport, an d passenger coaches tro m Baltim ore to Canandaigua , j m d Rochester. Fast J3ne leavespunacreiphtai ii:5or«,'m iiw aBiw 11 0 4 ,9 :50 a. m .t B altim ore, lO ilta . m~ d a ily except sunaay. a rriv in g a t Hava- n a 10:58 p. m. Passenger ooacnos are m t on,this t r a m trom Philadelphia to -Wil­ lia m s p o rt and B a ltim o re to W atkins,’ N orthern Expreasieaves Phuadelphia atn.-ss p. In .: Washington, lOsOO p. in .:. Baltlmore- 1 1 :90 p. m ..d a lIy.a rrlvln g a tH a va n a.U :M .A.m , Palace sleeping cars are r u n on th is liveuRmilXt PtutwAoiptU* w yviutauibport* , and^ Washington,: t o Canandaigua and Kophester. ' Tram s goffig North, leave E im lra ’ a ta tlon as tollow s:—. • .1 Rochester Express.... — — - ,iQ:aoa,ik ---------- ln g to n , T r A M ILTO N & CRAMER , ^ DsaumstK E R E B E L H R A T fl I N E V E R Y Y A R IE T Y l s r a s r s ____,■ Also, Pish And.Oysters la thetr season. , PeRs and Tallow. sw tsw s SMyx ,WATAMA , M, V. \ 877th P a y JJJ D . h t t . t r , rtfY # k & u r ^ j* * * ii* h k > n . l U O l M tl i i l i i <8 8 tfWH lnuii >s,ff.P.> jb m u t and -answsr a u calls S t once. Drug LporserotthUegeSrenoes given i'S S . Ifltt oash ter m am , . A , D U E H A M * C O ., BANKERS . ArsDmyequtpped to r every kind ot legiumats. * ^ ® g , AsdjO ilolt* the acoount* ot private tsdlvidnua, maronanta, manutacturee, corpor m t»>ni ,an)d biistshea firm s generally; issue Certificate* w ith M erest ' „..,~ w „-.D U N H Alf, „. FRED 3, DUNHAM. HaVana, J a n .llth ,188S. ‘ J^E R S TN A T I O N A L B A N K O E W A T*IN 8, N. Y. C A P I T A L« »O ,0 Q O . OHQAJHZBD 1«K. RKORCAN12ilD 1883. Jow t isiasT.Pree. JohkW . Boy*. Cashier, Ws, N. Bovs, Vlce-Pres, ‘ ' msscToas; ' John Knight, Wm. N, Love, Nelson Nivlsoh, Bbs.Adrian Tuttto.G eorgeH iring,M *p.C ray, ». A Payne, s. C. Coiegreve. . DeMMts Ksoeived, Honey Loaned, Exchange B o o ^ it and Sold, sig h t Drafts Draws bn all th s -ot Earopeand Amerioa, Qovsm- 3 bought and sold, V. I t s CAUSE, NAT0RK, SYjtFTOHS, PHEVJN- l-TXO NANEj CUBElS th e j atlentanew^bdofc of« paj^s by 0. D 1CUweon^H, D., wbo nab had a large exper l JV W afflicted rvlth ■ast I J h e , p . m ^ T r a ih A g o f f ig s o u t h le a v e C a n a n d a ig u a S ta tio n € *• A V i^ V n 8 , WUHamsport Accommodation .....»..8:65a. m p .itt 8:95 p /m s o m ra j i a x x m a s c s. D ally Except Sunday. . ' ■ “■'-\ p.m te r Phelps, Trams leave Stanley.at 4:05 /. .f l j Newark, w ai-lngton, Sodus Point and inierme- diate Stations.-• ■ - na arrive a t Stanley a t 9 , - 05 a. m. trom roM ateSatlJSE ™ ’ » * * * «> Eh«ips and —lOlRMwa;N.Y.O.A on aa*Newark (N. Y, :« p« Newark sad R . ^ ^ ~ ^ ’ o , ' R , i{ , a t _W a - 4.30, C .......Waverly.,,...“ O Binghamton“ .SnsqU'han’aAr J i.|| N Kats«.42, i a „No, Post-stops -1*93 10.40 „,®7B1? A Fo tticke ts.a nd a H inf tion T ic k e t A g e n e , 0H A8. a . PUGH,- Gen’i Nanager. GeM.Paas’gr Ag’t. FALL Took effect Nov. u , 1838, Going N o rth , Read up, Exp. a G. O. fiC . R'y a r.,,,L y o n s ...iv .AGeneva I —Dresden <649112 421 7821,.,Penn Yan. 703 I t t . 4 p m 945 200 123 EXP .2 Stations. 'G oing so u tn . 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H arrison Vafiey. ......T io g a ........S tote S d a le J o .. 090 600 ,,Blackwells .. ..Cgdar Run... ..w a te rvliie ... ..Jersey; snore.,, IV.W llllams’t. ar p m 148 155 24? 315 1400 P '» 720 7.83 .909 950 leases ■deep |n . iH ■the ■medicine NEW IN W A T IC IN S :. • ' C .D .G R A N T , m i employe at Henderson's cooper Works 1 thfiy h«KLtt hiiMnM. In ^ ^ L 5 W * i n» .h e a r . bt .“ prepared tc au i ^ L f t l S l tS f ‘ , . , ¥ r . C r an t h a a a th o r ou g h t h e B u sin e ss, a n d a n e x p e rie n c e o f A W g j H r n w a i d e n t it le a im t o a s h a re o f Cir.fvv'sy o„ .Bo>toil.UX*».,for ho trecdl j i l work mil list ed? L c M s ih ix n o i l<re>»1dW«tclr, (« •« »m i o o vhH llm W f ) U tst »S5 i r i t c l ta-Ott w a rid tirnejt/fjoj.. ’ w*7- __ -osied. H r /r y” koTid O^T, itoWUBfCMW, SDUrlaSlM' «!»•», V ita w o rk* H 5 5 i s ? 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