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The County review. (Riverhead, N.Y.) 1903-1950, September 16, 1904, Image 5

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mtmrnmsammmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmammammmm Whi ch Will You Cho ose? There are two ktmls of ninateiir (ihoro^raphie .roods the £ ii*tman IkinO mul others. llo yon prefer the Stanilun). Reliabl e , Satisfactory. Eastman kin d , with a world-wide re|intati' - >n . bucked l»y thousands of siltis- lieil users , or the other kind - styled '\just as i;ood ' . \ Wc Ma\K tbe Bastman iBoo&s. R. C. BROWN Leading- Jewelry Store on Long- Island. Repair ing ot fine watches and jewelry a specialty. LOCAL DOINGS. John H. Bavli- , late of Patchogue , h-aves *4 . nno to his wife, iL-i . -alie V. H ay lis. The will of .Tanr M. Buorh. late •of Soutliolrl proved recentl y, leaves property amounting to $700 to her niece. Jane A. Asten , of riontlmid. The will of John D . Cliapmau. late of Greenport. disposes of an estate of SI .300 . It is heipieithed to his wife Amanda F. Chapinaii . absolutelv . School Books purchased at O. (> . ' I VKI.II \ s store on First St., are furn- ished with an attractive and durable cover without charge. Jos . 11. Victoria won first prize on n pair of men ' s si- .-; of 1 :- ¦ own manufacture . ' ¦ '\ a ' . -o rc -.^ v-d a diploma for a pair of oi .. .rsboe . The top ic for tlie 1 ':>: i-itian Kcieavor meeting Sunday evening will lie . ' How the World is growing better. \ Miss Kloreuce Acke: W will lead t!ie meet i lift. The hook of iue.tl.oili for teaoliiiif? physiology in lower tirades b y Mr s. Klia B. Haliock . ot Southold, has been p laced upon the tevt boo!: list ¦ •£ the schools of New York Cif> . At the uieetiui; of the Kp' .vortii l eague . Sunday evening the top ic, to he discussed will he , \Is the World It row i UK better. \ Miss Florence Halsey will lead. K. L. W IIIT TA KKH dealer in Wilbur ' s Stock Food , has received a large sup- ply of Ksrss and Mo l f i n i ; Food—:Hi ounces - • \ )(• . Cures Croup and Chick- -II Cholera , (r i i f f i n Ave. above depot . The Board of Health met at the 'J' owu Clerk' s office Monday an' * adopt- ed the ordinance relative to the in- spection of boiler. - 'H i v e r A. Terry was appoiiiierl T\s;.ector of Boilers. . \diss Sarah Adams of Greenport will s'' \ ' - : ' ' f1 ¦ ' ^^\r'-esrationnl church, Friday evening, Sept. - ' •! on . What I saw iu Palestiue and E gypt. \ All are invited. The 1:1th annual meeting of tlie Suffolk County Volunteer Firemen ' s Association will be held iu Southamp- ton , Wednesday Oct. 12th , at la o ' clock M. Foil SAI.K mi To LKT- The proper- ty formerly owned b y Kdwai'd F. 'ferry. Will rent part ' of the house now ocou ied hy Benjamin T. J'avis Jitter October first. For nrice and 1 .ill particulars app ly to K IIWIK I. ) . F ISHKL . Kiverlieud. Judce Holt of the U. S. District Court , a t Br o okl yn , Thursday morn- ing, granted to Julius Hulton. of this village a discharge iu bankruptcy proceedings. James X. Walsh repre- sented the bankrupt, Benjamin T. Davis has purchased the residence of Mrs . Rosalie T. t 'laue. ou First Street. The sale was made through the real estate agency of Edwin D. Fishel . terms private. The will of Harrier K. Uilall . late of Baby lon , was proved b y Judge Bel lord . Monday. The estate valued at ¦ Si l. OiM) personal and SJ-MKIO real is left to testator ' s daughters . Ida M. and Minnie S. Vjdall. We are in receipt of a ccpy of rlie schedule of tbe Huntingti 'ii Horti- cultural Society, the second niinon) exhibition of which will beheld in the (jjic-ra House , Huntington , on Sept. L'7 aud 2S. Miss Hannah M. Stephens, of tnis village , aud John Warren Fanning, of Waiting Hollotv were married at the home of the bride in this village , last . - ' unday: - -Tln ' Re . \ FvaTi k Voorhees , jiastof ot iiie r ' resliyrerian Church at waiting Hollow , olliciated. Lawrence Barkoswki, of Baiting H ollow, was lined . *10 for couteni] t of Court for tailing to appear before K. VV. Tooker , as referee . In supp lement- ery iiroceedings. James Vail was the judgment creditor and was represented by J. W. Hand. Lore.ua V. Pierce, the little daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Horace D. Fierce , of Oswego , and grand-daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Alia;- . Bradley, of tins village , died at her home in Oswego . last Sunday night. Mrs. Pierce and her two children and maid had been spending the summer here with her ¦ ; , parents, and returned to Oswego the \ week helore. ineCbiiti was nnfeTT ill very suddenl y with convulsions. : early iu the evening of Suuday, aud - althoug h two p h ysicians were called , ' laud did all they could for the little b sufferer , the y could not save her life. SiSbe was the oldest child , aged two ^ Q . i,£yaars tweu ty-uiue days. If you have any work to be done in the Upholstering line , call on F UA . VK Mi'KiiliKit. as he lias his prices cut in halt. Hair Mattresses will he done over in first-class shape for $1. 0(1 . (. oiinges anil. Couches made over for . \ >0c. and up. 20c. an hour for all work done at resiliences , \js years experi- ence . Best of references furnished. Kverert (). Terry , who met with aj terrible accident at Bridgehainpton on Tournament Day. continues to improve ' and we are p leased to learn that it is hope.t to remove him r t( his Uouie here next week . The. train agents iu service ou the j Long Island Railroad early in the summer have beeu laid off. It is not I learuen whether tiie p lan was a success ¦ : or not. The traiu men wore conduct- i or ' s uniforms, boarded the trains. I iiiatle themselves known lo I ' ne con- ductor or tlie train and collected tlie , fares. j -Among tlie memners no ii nils vil- lage who attended the animal reunion of the 127th. X- Y. Reg iment Vet- e ran ' s Association at Greenpor t last Thursday were G. A. Bucking ham , Lyman B . L'Hoininedieu Ellsworth Wells. Heury Lan e . Gilbert B. Lane , John M. Bussiiiah , Lester Hill . John Jacobs. John Conklin. The follow- ing Sons ol Veterans ;, is(, attended : N . T. Corwin . l' reil Corwin. John Oliver . (\' . Henry Lane . John S . Klmer . Beujnuiiii and Krne. -r Conklin. FKUIT THIEVING CONTINUES. Comp laints continue to come from people who are hi- i n u frnir and vegetables. The thieving has been carried our recently on the wholesale p l an. Frank C. Cane lost fift y big yellow pumpkins one night recentl y and about tlie same time John Magee missed a great qu a n t i t y of very fi n e lima beans. A lot of boys visited the water:::-!-:: patch of Mark Rossetf and (•al l ied IIT Y a wagon load of melons and kicked another wigon load to pieces mi the vines. It is hoped that ; the perpetuators of these outrages will : be caug ht and punished . [ At the show of horses to-day tlie following won prizes : Pair carriiiiie horses . Frank M. N' ewitis . Riverhead first , Mrs. W.M.K tllcurt . Fust Quogue , second. Un,in. ss Koa.l Horse . I k ui. V. Javne , Lust Setaukef. first : W . M. Litcliatd. Riverhead , second ; John F. Dow ns . Cutcliogue , third. Carriage Horse . C. B. Tuthiil. Mium uck . tirsi : John M. Hallock . second ; Mrs. W. M. K. Olcott , East Quogue . third- win. Riverhead. first ; Mrs >V. M. K. Olcott . East Quogue , second ; L. Corey Albertson , Southold, third. Hi gh Stepper , Xeilson Olcott. East Quogue , first. i ¦ —.. . Have you read that very interesting m a gazine , JVi e simurt .Sir: ATTENDED REUNION OF EEMMENT . \ ^mmmmmwmmwmwmmimmmmm* 'I Reliable Jewelry. I r —_ i Jfr; Kvery Wnniti u Loves Handsome Jewelry. ^g j g; Kvery Woman Likes to feel that her J-u- el y is Si >I.l [1 ; v n<J r^g g; I'KRFKCT- that she has just what she pan! U>r. 3 Sr F.very Woman Likes to save mon ey, too . ;JJ :5C Consequentl y Kvery Woman ought r,i p. - ttroni^ e u- it ZS ! fc means Safetv . Satisfaction and Economv . ~« IE ' \ 3 j «r Fine Watch , Clock and Jewelry Repairing. ^ I » r KIN li SIZING and GOLD SPKI 'TAi 'LK Si 'L D K . K I . NY T . ^ i 5; iiKTrj lXKl) - AM ;- , i' . - sv ^J jfc F. H. CORWIN , Riverhead. N. i. 3 | SUFFOLK'S POPULAR dCARS. ; I Diploma , 10c. i \ Mutual Benefi t 5c. i I Junior Diploma 5c. j B. GRIS WOLD * CO. ; MAKE R S. H arry G. Stephens , of Eastnaiuptnn. spent the week at Grargebcl. Oliver Terry, of My oti c , w.is in town this week. Henry Lee . of Cl yde . X. Y., is the guest ot Mr . and Mrs . Charles E. Bnni c. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Russell, of Blue Point , are visiting Mrs. Ru s - sell' s mother , Mrs Kate Laue. ex-County Clerk Holmes W. Swezey, of Freeporr , is tlie guest cf his daughter. Mrs S . M. Knsrer. Miss Jennie Welch , of Patchogue , is visiting her c\ .isiu , Miss Alice B yrne- . Mr. and Mrs. K. A . W' altuu. and Mr s. M. E. Wilson , of Manhattan, are guests of Mrs S . B. Millard. Robert Burns of Brookl yn , and Edward Burns , of Port Jefferson, are visiting their Uuh-'r. E/.ra Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Terry, of Faruiiug dale. were guests of Mrs . Kllen Terry, this week. Stanley R. T j rry is spending a week' s vacation at his home iu this village. Miss Florence Conklin . of Jamaica , formerly of this village , is the guest of Miss Gertrude Dugnn. Mr. aud Mrs. Egbert Corwiu , of Soiirimmpfoii . visited Mrs. A. T. Terrell , this week. Mrs. B. B. Bailey and children , of Huutiugtou . are the guests of Mrs. Henry Dettner Mrs W. L. Hogg enrertained the ! Grace Churc h Guild last Thursday ar her residence on Griffin avenue. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Benjamin , j and the Misses Rena and Gertrude j i Benjamin of New Haven , are the | j guests of Mrs. Mary E . Skidmore. j Miss Syrena Harriet Stackpole left | ' this village Monday for Bradford , ; Mass., where she will enter the ! senior class ot the Bradford Academy. I Mr. and Mrs . A M. Price ami Miss. Frank Edwards , of Brooklyn , are ¦ spending the week with Mr. and : Mrs . John Bagshaw. [ i Mrs. Rosalie T. Slade , having sold i her property iu this village , w i ll ' : with her daughter , Miss Eliza Slade j remove to Brookl yn about October 1st. j Miss Lylla Smith, of Terryville . is i visiting her friend. Miss Evel yn ' i Burn s . Miss Smith will remain in I tiiis village a month. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bishop are j at the home of his parents. Mr. and i Mrs. John Bishop. Mr. Bishop ha- I been very ill at Walton . X. Y. for ' ; several ntomlis . and we are g t :itl t !1 ! note that his health has improved so that he could come to his former home. The following appeared iu last \ week' s Journal of Xorth port under Smitlitow n Branch news: Mr. Vail, who drives the cand y wagon for Griswohi ec Co . of River- head. was taken very £11 with colic Tuesday, at Feiiuey ' s Hotel, where lie was putting up for the uight. Mr. Vail was not able to continue his route for two days. A. D. Johnson, who has been seriously ill .%: ' . ' ..c L.rnic ui insTiinef- \ in-law , Hamuhal Corwin . iu this vil- lage we are plenseil to learn is our o; danger, and hope- are now eiitermiiicl for bis recovery. Mr . Johnson w;i- stricken with pl n nr-> l pneumonia titani' a week ago. He was formerl y ein- p loved as telegraph nperaror at the depot in this village for four years and is now in the ,-uiploy of the L. I. R . R. Co .. at Long Island City. PERSONALS The 1st annual lull held at tee Auditorium Wednesday evening v as Weil attended aud : lie music h y L\ .!c,:iiniedieii s orchestra of five pieces was all that could '-e \Vs . The 20th. Agricultural Ball at the Opera House Thursday night was one of the laigest Fair Balls ever held here. The music hy Bishop Bras, orchestra of five pieces was splendid and tbe a ffair was a great success. On ac- count of the small attendance that went to [lie Auditori um Thursday evening no dance was held. FINED FOE CONTEMPT OF C0UBT. Frank Vail , of East Quogue , was lined $17) by Judge Jaycox nt Special Term of the County Court here Mon- day for contempt of Court. Some lime ago Vail was examined before James T. Walsh , as referee , iu sup- plementary proceedings. After he had been served with the order . Vail paid over some money belonging to him , and for so doing the Court ad- judged him iu contempt. Vail was represented hy LeRoy E. Raynor while G. W. Hildretli appeared for the judgment creditor. FAIR BALLS WELL ATTENDED, The store House of O . T. Fanning : ami Co .. ' at Port Jefferson, and J formerly the Methodist Church, was ! burned to the ground early Sunday ' morning. The fire originated in aj small storehouse near a blaclismirh j simp which adjoined the storehouse , j aud all three biiihiiiii:. - were cunsuin- ' ¦ ed. The loss to O. T. Fanning audi Co. is heavy, as they carried no in- ; surance. I FANNING''iS STOEE HOUSE BUENED . • ~ * KLWTJN I'A L ^ CONTRACTING AND WIRLS G KsTiniat e > cheerfuM y _r:v-:,, A full line oi \ supply. - , in stock in clu dine the ? \W*. -*-v« > -v* *.* %-fc. V*^% » I G66G66 Dm Bauern | * W*^V* ^V»c% v^ %-*. -** ¦ • -? Guaranteed Current Ratin? .Si; Aii;pcr«j >, 1-7 Volts for M.o r oniot)ile-s and kdiinGlies . P . H . II. UKTTXKR , RIVE R HEA D , N. Y. / BUY DIRECT \ And Save 150 per ct. flg 'ts Commission. I S pecial order h y mail postage pre- paid , to be delivered on or before Out. 15th , cash or P. O. Order sent with j the order . 10 one year or li two year well root- I ed (irape Vines in variety of kinds or 1 ' -In ( . 'berry Currant one year oid. or j lliu in four new varieties Strawberry i Blunts to be inaiied on receipt ot nr- \ der, any one lot of the above t ' ( ,r only ' $1 . 1)0 : or the combination if sent at one time for only *' -. ' . . \in . Large or -mall Beach Tree* in ipi. -i .n- tity. Fruit Trees of all kinds . , - ii»\i:i).i California Privet, all s: ' ,:e s , for Heeleje or Ornamental u>e from *!0 pe r pin [,, . ipi each. A few thous- and Ma le . - . all sizes growing at Alait yvill e IllU. -t be s.ihl nut . lie .^t • lu a l i t y ot Lawn or Field Ura-s s ^ej. K I ' T ; thing fur the Yard or iiurden . V- r:;e :,,: ¦ pric-s on anything yon want in my l ine . F. A. BOLLES , Con ey ;«|;i;iJ A\C. itlld A^ C . !.., BKOOKLV N . > . V. Free For A!! 7To :i b j 0!:vo VT ; n -Traci: S c: r:<\ Nearly E quals! j The race, starred HI Tu- '^day, Bell I Boy won the :;. i)e cla-- . -rer . purs- ]*li!'' , best time ¦ >- . -2y- , : Fir iu-er owned I b y U. T . Billard of Cur- icigm- won I the :i - . ' . '0 c!a-s , juirse *Ib') . best time ' • i.i^ ' i. Four year old class trot or p.tce was wen |,y Black Pebble entered \ uv T!.o. - . \V. Murp h y, best time :l ::ii . \Vedne- 'i:!v . Delija!: W!iu the i. - go ] cla-s . r ace , pur-e , J411;; i,.. >r time ' -Cl' . i: , . Kdiptic won the • . ' r. 'T class in | ; t!:ree st r a i g h t s , best time ei -i-i 1 .: ! H\:v\i P. - .bble vi,.a ri'e -j ;\:. ,-i a ->. be»r j rime i : ' ¦ ' ¦ ' ' ¦ 4 : The v :/r cla- . - v. a. - won j h y Little -;- ;,l„ u -;ti , lie^r tun- ^ :C2 ; . . . I Thursday. Sull y Williams won rli- j ' . - : - . •:; etas- . |:i: i ,,- J:i.!(i . best rime 1 !'i -i4 ; ., ; Tic - riT clas. iva, won in I Laddis , best time ' . > - . '1 ] - c : Bedelia won I I tlie • - > :- \ ' class trot .purse 541)1) w;r|, best J r:me e cj:; ' ^, 'V| 1H ; > ¦ :- , - , cl„ss - ,\as wen l'\ ! Kv l i n » ' . . with L.est time - J :I: I ; ; . 1 Kridai . lie- Free for All . ti<u or pace, purse $4iia was won b y Olive I ] SS' ood in struiglit hears ije st rime ! J :1' . ' . T iie 1 - .:r. class trotting ]mrse I SHinl was won b y Crimson Clover br . -t I t::r.i: -J; ' s:; : .j. Tie- C ¦ - •> pace purse 5 ; :iei' j was won by Ler-nda time i' .l' . i 1 . . ii GOOL RACING AT THE FATE. Residents of this p lace were grieved i to hear of the illness of Mrs. Horace ; J. Booth , daugl' .ter of Mr . and Mis . , ' John M''i<^v. Mrs. Booth suffered ! an attack of ap p e n d i c i t i s at her horn.- ! in Manhattan aud on Monday an , 1 ( ,i,ev,i i inn wa^ IMIV V,, ,-*,>,.a ,,, ii,,, y,.,,- York Hospital. The opeiation was ; successful and the patient is steadily improving. Her many friends hope for a speedy recovery . Cyko—Prints at night. For sal e by G. A. Ammanu , Pho tograp her , I Riverhea d. Ask for samp le priut. LAUREL The strongest stock company organ- I izations ever gathered together have j i beeu put under contract for the Proctor I I companies at tlie Fifth Avenue aud i One Hundred and Twenty-fifth rftreel i Theatres tor r!.e coming season. With Edwin Arden and Isabelle Eves- | son at the bead of tlie Fifth. Avenue ; Company, and William. Ingersoll ar.d ' Beatrice Morgan ar rl;e iiead of the On, Hundred and Twetiiv -ilfth Street Company, supported iu each iusraiice | b y a stroua cast of experienced pla\ ers. I it is possible to present a much higher j tirade of attractions than tlie average | stock company is capable of pro.lm ing. ' Alread> capital prodiicfinus ot Clyde i Fitch' s \Tlie Climbers \ one of Cdyrie Fitch' s most successful plays , and \ Men and Women \ the best p lay written by David Belasco aud Henry C. D e Mille . nave attracted favorable comment of tiie New York press, and the immediate repertoire is equally promising and important. Among the plays scheduled for early urodnet- ' ion are \ Lost River . \ a great scenic melodrama , which enjoyed a long run at the Fourteenth Street Theatre, and will be produced at the Proctor houses with the same ela!,orate equi pment of scenery . \Soldiers of Fortune. \] Robert Edesou ' s greatest success , will also be given with the original j scenery, as will \A CBntlemau ot France , \ iu which K yrl- Belleu scored so stromrLy. \ Mv.iey Mad. \ in which E . .1 . H-nley. Willia m H. Thomps on . Wilton Lackaji- and Min- nie Seliguian jointly appeared , will 1'Ule With sp e , - ;al s c;e ,-ry. dvi p l:- •ating rile asionisli iug ¦ rlc :- ,>t tie- iriitirai. and aueiug ot;, -r i. ,n - - . , \ ;,rof|u--r!or;s -o,.n to \ ce s.-,-;; ar,. ¦¦ ']'! . • ' ava.ier , \ Julia Marlowe ' s big scenic aoveltj : \Captain Le'terbiair . \ in which K. 11. Sour!, . . - . -!! -cored .,, grea t of tin- original othu -t- and intro ince.l. by William Gillette . :i:id \ D'A r c y . of fi:e Guards , \ which was Henry Mil- ler ' s starting vehicle TWO year. - ago . \' e«otiutioiis tor other .•ijj.ali y import - ay. t . nroilj' ,, 'tiot !s , - .;;. , i. - .r p,, . Jt l ;,,e . -\ .v111^ \ 1 i ¦ v:ll :r- .al. c il.e Piucior -^:ci)ii tne ^ mosT lirosiierou- and itiiporraur >-v-r linder- tiiken. The -ud li»i:jum;:: Sci' .eii, . k l. c\ . . - ¦ lead ar ' l\ -ter Ba - Cve . -ahi to i, ¦ !- ) year- old , wa. - d- . -rrov.- .| b y il:,- r—e ' iitlv . ir is said Wa. -I ir.gtoi; was cMerraiueii rhere. a:c: ri •- ., . rupauts uere very v,roiid ot ti. e pc s -es-ion of a high post bed and' a spindle legged ¦ hair which lie used while rh-r- . William If. B in:- -:. ,f i' ayvilie . man ou Lung Island. H- - wei^ i s ii ' » pciuj. ils , ami is as rr:-ky .is 0:1,- nt the ' lightest we i g h t . B::r:i, -rr :. - a mem- ' her of l-T' .niro. -e lodge . 1 1) . < > . F.. ' and the lodge believes ir ha- the: h-aviest mid Fellow on th- Island . 1 Invitations have been i. «sa.-d tor rhei marriage of Miss Rose Conklin . daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Theodore ; Coukhu, of Moutiut. ami. Robert ! Baldwiu , brother of President Bald- , win . of the L. I. R. R. Co. . to take ! p lace at the home of the prospective ' bride ou Thursduy , September 'ii. \ AT PROCTOR'S. QU A R T E R L Y REPORT UI V I ' lh'IIKAI ) I S ANK l!.o l ' - ¦ ' - ¦ • - , 'i'i, ' . - ' - .s ! ' er:i. . - ' , - : :- .:Cu: \ - - -1 ST . ols ::.s i ¦ :.\:::;. i: : i-> j i.. ! :,. \ ii. -|.l.-i t ' ,r- \ . ' . ' .. \ . ' . \ . ' . ' .. ll ' - i sHfi ll ' l I ' :. -l' -i-: - - .. nip:, . : ¦ - . He ;' . l'-i - ' , - I el \ , e:r- • .:, ; <' • . — !, , : - ' ' tc !i„- ' l ' , '' , . ' : ' ,,r \ ;. 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FOR SALi; O r;POOT .VAPTHA LAUNCH \ ' ¦ K li ^ ¦ y J V . I ' ., . M,.;... ¦ in -,,,„!,„ - ,|,-r. bra - l, m - I' C.bO it . I'Alti'KXTI-:!' . , I OC FOOT CAT BOAT. M. AM.Mu . s , \- f-y > -1g-;: - ibv-r- .n.l . ON E 2 HORSE STAGE-Will -a: in n*i,- -:- . , ' -! ¦ - . i:. -:„|, : ' ,„ ¦ , 1 , ,,| ,,| -,„,, • ,, , : ¦ ;• ¦ ,„, 11 1 H . i' l'AVXK. ijiies'i\ . i.. b GOOD SOUND HORSE , 1\ v-ur- nbl . Tiri O ...nnb- , b .e,„i ,- ..i.], ,r . -in,! u- .n-k-:- , - -af- for \ ¦ •ai-:. . A ! !.,-, I' , ,, i. .,,\ . 1 . I ' ¦ ' - ' '' ¦ ¦ < iili.rnua.l , b . 1 James M. Nugent , Painter and Paper Hanger . Estimate- cheertuUv ami jiroui' .itly ' ¦ i\ ' ei, . , ' KA.ST qViXi VK. I. . L . >' . V. I !l8i. . !' - 1< ! ¦ \ •\ .: 3'i . r. !?. ? ?j ' l -U' ' ' - The remedy ' for \ Coiii. s , Headache ' aud Ixrippe . (i m i r a n t e i .d to cure or I money refunded. VMe.e i\ i cents, j Sold by .1 . H. C orwin , Drujr irisr . ; Just received—A new line of fall n eckwear iu all the new shades. Call in aud see those uew browns. W . H. tsw-e/.y . iV, h mi 3AMPL2 I0SA? - . in ier s I o-i;uii, (\ oiieh Cure ami he • ouvineeii 1 bar ir is the best ' ooajrl i i- .-iM.-i ly kii i.eii . It never failstogive ;;i-tatit re l i e f in -everest eases; • if, ' ..oseti- an.I c!\ai' -tlte b' . ' iiheli ialtiibes al.d Iileve- .ts ]ineuiiioiiia. . iTUltruu tee-1 ii , cine or ;, our money returned. A. -k for Bauer ' s Instant I' outrh Cure. win. ' TJriHri. 'i. -L. \V K N I 'KH— A luuicUuu.it! up-to-date. residence , in the village of Riverhead , iiieeiy iocateil 011 tfrilK n . _ Ayei.Ud , Roanoke Avenue or oil Miiin StrejFC. It ' located on (j riftin or Roanoke Ata> nues it must he south of the Railroad, ibor further pa r t i c u l a r s apply to K. D' .vi_ x V>. I' l. sKKi. . liivurhio. . ' . .

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