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The Chatham Republican. (Chatham, Columbia County, N.Y.) 1886-1918, December 06, 1887, Image 3

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I 'v, ' BUSINESS NEWS. CHATHAM, TUESDAT l DEC. — Dr. Wm. Robinson, jeon, domestic Veterinary Surgeon, can the old reliable consulted on all- Office at Mason House. — J. Edward Allen, dealer in all kindsof Cemetery work, Blue and \White Rutland, (Vt.) Marble. Also Foreign and Domestic Granites. Nothing* hut A No. 1 stock used and first-class work guaranteed. School St., Chatham, N. x. — Traver at North Chatham sells a 25- cent bar of soap and scrub brush for 20 cents; lib can of baking powder and a good lamp for 50 cents, rice 6c, rasins Se, dates 10c, mixed spices, and Traver ’ s hard wheat best patent flour, tbe best to be had. — There is so much talking-necessary now-a-days in order to keep up with the times, that the vocal organs are liable to sustain a great strain. Wise people always remedy that trouble by using that excellent preparation, — Burrows Cough Mixture. Get it at Geo. E. Burrows Drug Store. LOCAL RECORD. LOCALS 4? IN BRIEF. -1 he duty of the hour — shut the door. -Trustee meeting this evening at Village Hall. — Kinum, the village baker, is convales ­ cing. — The Union Free school reopened on Monday. — O. T. Wilcox is still quite sick with bilious fever. — S. F. Allen of North Egremont, Mass., was in town on Friday. — Lutheran church sociable next Friday evening at J. B. Waltermire ’ s. — Miss Morrow, of the Union Free school, acted as pianist for the Institute last week. — General Logan Post will choose officers for the next term at its meeting next Tues ­ day. — Drummers for three firms of school book publishers worked the institute last week. — The roads in the vicinity of this village have been quite rough during the past week. — Dr. William Robinson, veterinary sur ­ geon, has established his office in the Mason House stables. — Twenty teachers who attended the in ­ stitute last week made the Hoffman House their headquarters. — Hudson clairvoyants claim that Chat ­ ham furnishes them with some their most gullable customers. — The hearing in, the Beckwith case be ­ fore tbe court of appeals has been set down for next Thursday. — James Welch, the hardware dealer,, has been confined to his house during . the jkst week by sickness. — Chatham Lodge K. of P. will nomin ­ ate officers tomorrow night. A full attend ­ ance of members is desired. — The season for the obituary notice of the little boy who thought the ice would bear kirn has already opened. — The court of appeals decided last week that storekeepers have no right to obstruct the sidewalks with their goods. — John Brown was executed at the Hud ­ son jail 35 years ago last Thursday. We haven ’ t had a “ hanging ” since. — Superintendent Rossman removed a state pauper named William Whimsett, to the Albany State almshouse, Saturday. — Bridge builders in the employment of the.Boston & Albany railroad are putting extra braces in the iron bridge near Chatham Centre. — The members of the Woman ’ s Chris ­ tian Temperance Union will hold a special meeting ‘ at the Y. M. C. A. rooms this afternoon at 3 o ’ clock. — The Chatham excise board met at John Murray ’ s, on Saturday and granted licenses to Frank D. Abbott , of East Chatham and M. Shea of Chatham Centre. =~A Hudson paper thinks that place would be a good Iccation for a milk-bottling works “ on account of the excellent water supply. ” Isn ’ t that a queer reason? — The corps of teachers of the Union Free school took tea together in the dining room of the M. E. church one 'afternoon last week and had a right royal social time together. — Charles L. Francisco lately landlord at the Mason House, removed his family to Chatham Centre last week. Yesterday “ Charley ” went to New York to attend to the duties of his new position. — At their session last week the Hudson River Ministerial association • decided to hold their next meeting in Hudson, and to extend its membership to all Presbyterian clergymen located along the Hudson river. — The managers of the Y. M. C. A. lecture course have resolved to profit by the suggestion put forth by the C hataam R epublican last week. Barton ’ s Hall has been engaged and the four lectures that re ­ main in the course will be delivered there instead of at the Free School building. Mr. F. A. Ober will deliver the first lecture on Friday evening of . next week, his subject being “ Mexico, Historic and Picturesque. ” Reserved seat tickets for the course are now offered at $1.50 — The Methodist Ladies ’ Aid society en ­ tertained between sixty and seventy “ boarders ” at the. church dining room during the institute. The menu compared favorably with that of first-class hotels and the teachers were well pleased. Indeed the patrons of the Methodist Ladies ’ Aid socie ­ ty liked the fare and the table service so well that they didn ’ t care to exchange it for cheaper accommodations. The gross receipts amounted to $200, and the net proceeds of the dining room were about $168. — Keep goods. — There is not a vacant store in the vil ­ lage at the present time.- - — This is the season when laarge acces­ sions to the Sunday-schools are expected. — Some of our merchants say that the holiday business is already beginning to strike them. — Hudson charter election in progress to ­ day. Much excitement. Everybody sure to come out on top. Wait and see. — The Union Free School had 370 pupils on its roster last month. The average at ­ tendance during November was a fraction over 324. — A Hudson . cigarmaker got into the wrong house in Poughkeepsie, Thursday night, while intoxicated hnd was fined $3 at police court the next day. — It looks as though the prohibition ex ­ deacon had “ Chicagoed” the prohibition boss, and bagged the main chance for him ­ self exclusively. Pei' se, it is the prohibi ­ tion ex-deacon ’ s favorite weakness. — A meeting of the Columbia county farmer ’ s club has been called for next Saturday, at President Geo. T. •Powell ’ s* house, in Ghent. Winter feeding of cows, and Stable arrangemements, will be dis ­ cussed. . — Sing Wah, a disciple of Confucius, has established a laundry m one of the rooms on the ground floor of the Mason House stables. He has an almond-eyed partner, and the two men are already up to their elbows in soap suds. — Manager E. A. Beckwith has disposed of his interest in the Chatham and Ghent Telephone circuit to P. B. Blinn, Jr., who will hereafter conduct the business. Th£ / central office will be moved tomorrowipo Mr. Blinn ’ s plumbing shop. / / — Our readers, and particularly the busi ­ ness community, should bear in mind that we have the facilities for turning out every description of job printing rapidly and ar ­ tistically, and we guarantee as good work at as low rates as any office m the county. — Messrs Halstead & Pierson propose to increase their facilities for the storage of coal 'by the erection of a bin on the railroad bridge over the Steinkill. A section gang of the N. Y. R. & M. railroad have been laying a side track to connect with it dur ­ ing past few days. — A special train over the New York. Rutland and Montreal railroad arrived in this village at 5 o ’ clock Saturday afternoon with Railroad Commissioner Spencer who had been on a tour of inspection over the road. He was accompanied by Superin ­ tendent Hopson and Sargeant. — For some time past the village of Nas ­ sau has been ravaged by diphtheria. Sev­ eral of the cases have had a fatal ending. The attention of the state board has finally been directed to the matter and- an Inspec ­ tor from Albany is expected to visit that village to-morrow to investigate the trouble. — One of bur county contemporaries told a yarn last week to the effect that recently when a deceased resident of West Troj r was about to be interred his widow and three daughters kissed the corpse, and that two of them died from consequent blood poisoning and the others were not expected to live. The kissing was only in the ’ editor ’ s mind, and the deaths were due to quite a different cause. Nevertheless the advice stands good: Don ’ t kiss dead people. — The board of education held its regular monthly meeting last night. Bills for. teachers ’ wages were audited, amounting to $470. Other claims aggregating $137.15 were also ordered paid. A contract was reported and confirmed with P. B. Blinn, jr., for furnishing and setting up three Bundy radiators in the basement of the school house, for $110. The hoard has also purchased through H. Seymour 72 feet of settees for the basement rooms for $50.40. During the meeiing a resolution was passed establishing the study of astron- my for the present term in Principal I, P, Bishop ’ s department, [ — Tlih following from Chief Engineer H A.Blank Chairman of the committee on the firemfeffis ball, tells its own story : E ditor R epublican — Dear Sir: I read in your last issue that the members of Ocean Engine company had applied to the — S. A. Willis will about the end of this week move his fish market from its present location to the old brick block opposite the Boston and Albany depot. — About 1 o ’ clock-Sunday morning Will ­ iam Stickles, of Ghent, was found howling drunk in the Bowery by Officer Fowler. Monday morning Justice Shufelt sentenced him to four months m the penitentiary. — William McKern, one of the great fra ­ ternity of vagrants, was arrested by Officer Fowler last Thursday. Police Justice Shu- felt sentenced him to sixty days in the- county jail, and McKern ate dinner with Sheriff Rockefeller on Friday. — William O ’ Brien, a laborer employed on the new Harlem round house, made a costly mistake one evening last week, ior he got outside some had whiskey ; and in ­ side the wrong hoarding house. The fami ­ ly objected to receiving William as a guest for the night and Chief of Police Seymour escorted him to the cooler. Next day Police Justice Shufelt sent him to the Al ­ bany penitentiary for six months. — Since our last issue death has claimed one of our bright and shining lights from the family circle of Wesley B. Wager, of Ghent, in their daughter, Mary P. Wager, who passed over tbe dark river on Thurs ­ day night. The funeral took place on Sun ­ day. In the afternoon a memorial service was held in the M. E. church in this vil ­ lage, of which church the deceased had been an active member. On this occasion the commodious edifice was filled by rela ­ tives and friends, who came to pay their last tribute of respect to her memory. A neatpillow with the word “ May ” in its cemre and a fine harp were the floral orna- We take this occasion to make the grati ­ fying announcement that our efforts to cull a stock of holiday goods that for beauty, novelty, variety, and extensiveness has never been rivaled by any retail house on Um continent, have oeen successful even beyond our most sanguine expecta ­ tions. The number of imported oddities and novelties in. fancy goods is far in ex ­ cess, and the. articles are much more unique and beautiful than ever before. The entirely new things alone in our toy department would require a paper much larger than this to give even a skeleton de scription of. Of fancy leather goods, hand-bags, pocket-books, segar cases; etc., we took good care to obtain an ample sup ­ ply and immense variety. With regard to our book department we only wish to say that it is first-class in every particular and will compare favorably with any of the book stores of the larger cities. Besides the above mentioned goods we took pains to secure man}' novelties suitable for pres­ ents in the staple lines of goods, such as gloves, silks, satins, hoisery, housekeeping linens, neckwear,- colored dress goods, jewelry, toilet articles, stationery, laces, fichus, handkerchiefs, mufflers, children ’ s fancy caps, bath robes, ladies ’ and gents ’ underv/ear, etc., etc. In conclusion a cor ­ dial invitation is extended to the entire public to pay the Troy Bazaar a visit at once, for in tliat way better than any other can an idea of the variety, immensity and grandeur of our stock of new goods, pur ­ chased expressly for the holiday trade, be obtained. SPECIAL NOTICE. HGIPM r . F rear offers from to-day until December 15th, to pay return fare to all patrons from Chatham trading to a reason ­ able amount at the Trov Cash Bazaar. 441 Sumner Avenue, 35tli \Ward 351 Tompkins Avenue, 23d Ward, XUIOOKLYN, N. Y. Offer for sale houses in their ci!y. Al-o effef exchanges for country property. A 3-story brick hdi.se on State Street, Albany, for sale. L. STARKS, Just received a full-ime of DRY GOODS, MUSLINS, PRINTS, « WHITE GOODS,, HOSIERY, &c. And a choice lot of GROCERIES. Do not fail to examine my goods before purchas ­ ing elsewhere. Prices Low. Sole agent ia Chatham for the CHlIiTON FAINTS. Opp. B. & A. depot. CHATHAM, - - - - N. Y. ------ --------------- PERFECT IN FIT, IN STYLE, SUPE ­ RIOR IN WEAR AND WORKMAN ­ SHIP, ARE THE COMMENTS MADE BY LADIES- WHO HAVE WORN MY CELEBRATED LINE OF EUMSEY SHOE. V : W THE TRADE ' RIWISEYT MARK. farrafei.- CHARIES E. GLOW ’ S, MEow, Bmrow ’ s BM, CMtan, • YOU CAN FIND THE ARBITER STOVE Improved and New. They are among the best on the market. ALSO Second-Hand Stoves and Ranges, FOR SALE CHEAP. \ Tinware of all JKinds. Tin Roofing, Gutters and Leaders. Job ­ bing in Tin and Sheet Iron, &c., promptly and satisfactoril}' done at reasonable prices. If you want anything in the line of Braiding Material me, of the best stock, including Hemlock and Sp.uce Lumber. Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Shingles, Lime, Cement, Hair, Glass, Putty, &c., at reasonable prices, call on JOHN . WV BOBIGHT, (Successor to S. & J. \W. Boright.) CHATHAM, ..................................... N. Y. WE PARTICULARLY CALL ATTEN TION TO THE EXCELLENT APPEAR ­ ANCE OF THIS LINE OF SHOES. THEY ARE ALL MADE FROM FINE BRIGHT DONGOLA KID, AND OYER LASTS OF THE NEWEST AND MOST APPROVED PATTERNS AND IN THE SPANISH ARCH INSTEP AND FASH ­ IONABLE STYLES. ALSO IN THE SOLID COMFORT COMMON SENSE STYLES AND IN ALL WIDTHS AND SIZES. WE GARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES IN TOWN,AT THE LOWEST PRICES. IL. gTAf&KS, No. 7, Main Street, Chatham, LOOK AT THIS. To Close Out our large Stock: of IAC t OIAD CARMAC-E o ’ we will from rids dav SliLX. TBCEIVX \WITH ­ OUT REGARD TO COST. Cal!, See and be Cosrvinced at. s l?<0'ETC3-:07S aM lamss Bepsitory 22 and 24 Columbia Street, HUDSON, N. Y Js Carriap THE FOUND DEAD WORKSHOP. pecial Notices. YSTERS. — For Fairhaven and Baltimore Oysters, go to \WAIT ’ S. Is tli0 finest line of GB.OCEK.IES evei* sfiown in this vicinity at prices that defy compe- I tit ion. We have just received a supply of fancy, (new crop) New Or ­ leans Porto Rico Molasses and Fine §yrnps, which we guarantee to be equal to any made. Vj:„ board of education for the use of the hall in the Free School building for their an ­ nual dance, and that the board at a special meeting “ unanimously declined to rent the hall for such a purpose. ” In justice to myself I wish to slate that I was author ­ ized to engage Barton ’ s Hall for our ball, and that I had already done so when I read the article m your paper. I could give a full explanation of this matter if necessary, but I will simply say that I did not know that such a petition had been presented to the board of education. h . a . b . — The Bough Boies alludes to a law passed by the state legislature last winter that is of interest to the Grand Army organization and to veterans generally, as well as to sundry town officials. The bill provides that town and city auditing boards may provide such sums as shall be needed for the support of indigent and suffering sol ­ diers and sailors, to be drawn upon by the commander and quartermaster of any post upon the recommendation of its relief com ­ mittee. A post must file a notice with the city or town clerk of its determination to undertake the relief of such indigent per ­ sons, and renew the same every October, together with a report in detail of its doings in each case. The officers of such post may be required to give bonds for the faith ­ ful discharge of their duties. Superin ­ tendents and overseers of the poor are pro- hibi-^d from sending indigent soldiers or their families, or the families of dead sol ­ diers, to the alms-house or orphan asylum without the full consent of the commander and \committee of the post having the case in charge. When practicable such soldiers and their families must be taken care of at home. ; Dr. Daniel Sargeant, of Hudson, an aged physician retired from practice, had a habit of amusing himself at a work-bench located in a little building in rear of his residence. On Friday he did not goto the house to dinner, and a search revealed him lying dead on the floor of his workshop. He had been stricken with apoplexy. Coroner Link of Greenport, held an .in ­ quest, - & — •- INSTANTLY KILLED. Our Stephentown cor*espondent says: The only son of Wilkam Bradway, aged eight years, was accidently killed on. Thurs ­ day morning. In company with two cousins he was playing in the house of Elijah. Bradway when he was instantly killed by the explosion, of a'gun cartridge, which they had placed on a hot stove. The charge entered his side near the heart. FIRE AT MELLENVILLE. Fire broke out in the card room of the Valley Knitting mill at Mellenville, owned by Messrs. Rice & Philip, last Wednesday about the time lights were being turned on. It was promptly extinguished by the em ­ ployes. The damage is estimated at $500; fully insured. The origin of the fire is un ­ known. ------- -------- - THE ICE WAS THIN. Edward Ormsbee, the 8-year-old son oi Reuben Ormsbee of Greenport, undertook to “ slide ” on the Claverack creek, last Fri day< The ice was thin and the lad broke through. The body was found with one hand out of the water and resting on the ice. Coroner Byrne held the inquest. KILLED BY A FALL. Henry Farrar, a lad employed at th< killed. case. tom Prices for Cash. No shoddy sold. Ladies ’ D. & H. Kid Fox I Tips, $3 00 Shoe, sold for $2.50. Cal see them. Finest Shoes in town. Seamless Shoes at $2.00 and $2.50, and Boys, better than I price. Call and see me a cents on every pair you neatly and promptly done Chatham, N. Y. v buy. YTT OEIDAY GOODS of every description at ri WAITE s. -yTORTH river BLUE STONE for Side- IN walks. H. A. SEYMOUR, Agt. Chatham, N. Y. TT EARN TELEGRAPHY. — Miss M. E. Beek- 8 1 with will be pleased to re ceive a few more pupils in telegraphy. Terms 25 cents per les ­ son. — tf /'YSrSTERS. — Selected Fairhaven Oysters in U every style, by wholesale cr retail, in sheU or bulk, by plate or gallon, at PENDLETON ’ S RESTAURANT. \TXT ANTED. — A Lady asBookkeeper.at mode- VV rate salary. Apply by letter in appli ­ cant's own handwriting, stating salary expect ­ ed. Address B , care of C hatham R epublican . \VSTE defy competition on Oysters at whole- YV sale and retail both in <iuality and price. Fine Standards at 30 cents per quart at .. KINUM ’ S BAKERY. 13 OOMS TO RENT. — Pleasant furnished Xi rooms (heated) for lodg ’ ngs. Inquire at this office. /\'I .W. SPELLMAN will deliver first-class \J * weH-scrceoed, Delaware, Lackawana, and \Western Coal of all sizes, anywhere about the village of Chatham. Prices reasonable. Orders received at my office, Main Street. TT'OR SALE — A brown pony, good under Ju saddle. Also a light three-quarter box road wagon and single harness, blankets, whip, etc. The entire rig will be sold cheap. Apply at. the office of the C hatham P ublishing C o . Chatham, N. Y. YT'OR SAXE at a low price. One 12-foot Jr HALLIDAY STANDARD WINDMILL and • Tower. Also one 3-inch Double Acting Brass Cylinder Windmill Pump. Second hand; in good condition. Apply at my office. & P. B. BLINN, J r ., 40tf Chatham, N. Y . •/CHATHAM HOUSE LIVERY. — First class yj in every respect. Carriages with driver, furnished for weddings or funerals, in the; vil ­ lage or within 2 niiiea of same for §1.50. Also reduction for single livery. CHARLES ROSBORO, Proprietor. \VTOTICE OE DISSOLUTION. — The co-part- lN no-ship of J. J, Hobel & Co., is this day dis ­ solved by mutual consent. The business will hereafter bs conducted by John J. Hobel. All bills due to or from the old firm will be couect- ed and paid by John J. Hobel. , Dated Chatham, Nov. 10. ^ JOHN J. HOBEL, CARL FRANKE. , Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the copartner ­ ship of S. & J. W. Boright. is by mutual agree ­ ment between the undersigned dissolved, said Samuel Boright having sold all bis interest m the said copartnership property to John W. Boright who will hereafter conduct the busi ­ ness and collect all the debts due the late firm and pay all its liabilities. 5 S amuel B oright , 3 J ohn W. B oright . t Dated, Chatham, N. Y„ Nov. 12,1887. : ' - v - 3 t * 16 Children* They are es- ’ pecially liable to sudden => Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, ? e te. We guarantee Acker ’ s English: r Remedy a positive cure. It saves 3 hours of anxious watchingi Sold by W. H. Barnes, Chatham, N. Y. Tie M Best Glaciers SLIGHTLY BROKEN. Only Sets Peril. ifae ©14 lime wax prices. 30 12oz. Bars Best Laundry Soap for $1.00: Soap $1.00 I 22. Bars Lenox Soap 1.00 j 22 Bars Tulip'Soap 82 Bars Colgate ’ s Soap $1.00. $ 1.00 1.00 We are in receipt of a clioice lot of new crop A trial of same will convince any one of their superior quality. Gunpowder per lb Young Hyson English Breakfast Basket Fired Jap Oolong Formosa A BANG UP GOOD POUND OF COFFEE FOR 25 pNTS. Ottr liime of Cammed Cwoods am.4 Tafole ILtMioiFies are ttae Fimest Im tlae Commty, ^ SPENGLER ’ S BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. Tomatoes (best brand) Pickert ’ s Mackerel 12c 16c Marrow Peas (best brand) Succotash , “ 12c 15c t GitS. Cleviand ’ s B ’ k ’ g Powder Magic Yeast Cakes - National “ “ Warner ’ s Safe Yeast Dwight ’ s Saleratus Corn Starch : ; Pearl Hominy Fonld ’ s Wheat Geru Meal : AZZ TO BE FOUND AT HANOI ’ S, Calmai lilliti .59 Main street, Chatham, N. Y. mm: ‘ ij p;-:v- J 7 Y'' .•W? . . ■' < rfejj ’ . ■ mmmm ■ vi..-;) . , ’ ■k'M ; v- 'S

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