Penn Yan Express, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1886, Penn Yan, New York M. Y. A. TER M S 11.50 PER IS 12.00 IF NOT PAID IN ro three or lonr changes will h extra and no f t otic or two or other notices at the s- Penn N. Y. Terms JOHN T. Penn Y. 3f. ATTORNEY AND Orate over 9. B. clothing No. KG Main Penn N. Y. Y- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Special attention given tc Afcc lire and life Office to N. Y. TIT AND medical General Office over at the Central loiu D. M. over Book Special attention EVE AND EAR benham GRADUATE OF THE So. ran N. Y. cial to and all of domestic given to Wt Will in Die of Hie No. 13 1'eim K. Y. W. W. O New over Wheeler A Elra All w donw In the bent ex- C. In Main He ID competent to pnt In gold and to out broken in reliable mid try lo bia with to their aail not to the of Inn own CtS Photographs CENTRAL and h ol ft NO. l JACOB N. Y. GREAT REDUCTION CUSTOM SHOES or HW price former price line A of bit wed work J. Over 4B Penn Yan VOLUME 8, PENN N. MAY 26, 1886, WHOLE 1051. What a Walk through MacMahon Bro's Clothing ment Of the many clothing emporiums in Penn Yan none holds a higher position in the estimation of parents who arc called upon to the outfit than MAC MAHON BROS. In seasonable the variety and beauty of the Children and are certainly Everything marked in and strictly one MAC MAHON Price and SUGAR CATHARTIC CURE anil They find In act Ut and They cat mid tonic properties of Hie lire n purely may bs taken with cither In dren or E. L. a number of j T was subject to arKing a disordered condition of the stomach and About a j car ago I u-c of Pills and not had a Gormley T. 0., York t have for the and can say that I never found a cathartic f am without them in niy C. D. u i ilis and Loss of had .so weakened and my Unit I was obliged to give up After being under tbc doctor's pare for two wrecks any taking 3fy and and I win 1.0011 my In fect Ayer's BY Dr. J. C. Ayer all 3NT. HOPKINS BROTHERS the Penn N. Y. 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Hii DISCOVERY TWO EASTER Please may your said a boy placing tiia hand upon the article and looking appealingly into the face of a man passing with eager so American But instead of answering the timid appeal of the the owner of the article in question rudely pushed him and so much vigor that rolled into the where from an unfriendly stone he received a wound in his Dazed by his for a while he could not Poor little for that was his when able to raise himself from the to which he had been so rudely con- muttered to no use trying to live any guess little sis Bessie find me must der if they ever gets hungry and like we in that place mother tolled ua 'bout for good tries to be awful good some we if we keeps till good we'll get there hopes they doesn't push folks this way The scene above described was enacted in one oC the large cities of the eastern section of in the year Little the main character of our Imd all the day previous vainly tried to earn sufficient to satisfy the demands of hunger for himself and little and on this spring morning was re- newing his what success had already been Poor little life then seemed more than ever dis- His an found when Tim's years were only fit the foot of a which it was supposed he had fallen while sketching his sublime in. evidence of which was found near by a half finished His mother struggled bravely for three years more to the demands of necessity for self and little when fell a victim to overwrought when Mid liis little more than baby were pensioners upon the scanty ty of their few and alike poor of a bright turn after death of his lust sought to honestly gain whatever he could by making himself useful -in many thus following in wake of many another poor boy in habits of with him free from vicious kept so by the memories of his mother's CURES ALL a common or to the worst in nil caused Ijy bad blood are by this and tr Ul- heal under Its has it KB potency in nnd Send ton umts in stumps tor u t run with col- ored nn Skin or thu same f or a ti wit on In us IS THE Thoroughly demise ft Dr. and u buoyant vital new of will lie which is Scrofulous off the L tin Is promptly mid unil cured by this God-given if the lost stages ot From its wonderful over thin terribly when drat now remedy to tho pu thought set lonely callin it his Will open May 1, an exclusive jabbing on Ilic flume plan lit 115 Wall New York will no bul will sell to nil to tia the Urgent uml put on no lio so percent til tbu ot tills country la no on limo the drummer nnd tlint production ot yow murw lo Hie rod thorn Ui tlm The Inn influence 0 union he Hilda very m of mm he on but tbe hit offers him In only pur cont. than neighbor a on lone on blown the mi at the bent and who Mr common will cup of tea or coffee yon to mouth supports a before yon get tuat produced any but Until further every IMO worth ol will Have fare both anil lure one May deducted if one hundred r If will deducted 1 thousand the and loose I cnn staid It. than sell ami Uve as this lilis been king disputed whether mi exclusive house could be carried on for cash before tile leR tills store without the aid ot 1 ave real In so 1 am as jrood for any amount sent as tills on Wall Nmv 1 give you Unit no other man as 1 have the confidence of more solid buyers than nny man Kennedy Will Sell a Tea as any in America nt in 70 pound cheats good Young Hyson us tiny one ut 2Bc.; ret nils at good jui retails at 26c.. at cut Dim t iii at at iu SO pound elitists in ice. good UK lit 32c.; retails nt In 4C pound clients at rime Oolong lilack ut at in chests at 40c, Oolong lit market us at at 9Uc., In 45 pound chest B at good Japan iw ruin i ut hi 45 nt H us retails nt in CO pound at 3'2c, SOOd MS at fit In chenta us nt at in pound at 25c. good ground na jit 12c.; iu pound boxen at us at nL in at HH wholesales at ut In 100 pound at Old Gov. Java til lU 35c., in 100 pound ut Va nowl Old Gov. Java green us at retails ul 1J5c.t in 65 pound Ht good nt nt in ten pound loft 1'liK1 Cut as nt 15c.; at In 10 pound pulls at In 13, H and ts pound iia ut fit at 32c, Note the reduction frmo those prices at the basis of Seven Dollars on every hundred rhen sent and fare deducted I will stand to those prices for the but there is a cent in. it for but I will demonstrate that it can be done fit does cost me a few thousand My business at 104 and 106 E. Water Street will fte con- ducted by two of the most worthy and capable young C. E. lately of 0. D. and T. F. Space does not permit of issuing a of the Elmira but with my many new advantages the prices will now be better than ever HU in pi Ion lie too limited n its wonderful combination ot or is not only as n remedy lor consumption ol the but for nil CHRONIC DISEASES or TUB Tf yon feel color of or spots on face or or In ur with hut and you from or In only of aiu As n for till tins no Vor Weak or ol nnd kindred it is a ten in book on for by DrH World's Dispensary Medical CC3 Main N. Y. LITTLE UVER and Sold by n My Only Address is 115 Wall New REWARD hy tho proprietors After gaining his feet from his his soliloquy ended in the shaking off of the lately acquired soil from his tattered after that lie seated himself upon the lowermost step of a with brown stone thinking what next lie could Let us take a look at him as he sits Nothing repulsive about his had the mingled with blood from his re- cent been washed from his small in for his thin in for want of sufficient food his whole denoting a lack of all things which go to make up the needed care of a Yet from beneath a torn slouch hat shone a bright blue eye and straggled ng locks of auburn v a policeman is he orders him lo move no place on the steps of Unit palatial home for a child of In obedience to the command of the of the star he rises slowly to his shambling aimlessly until he himself in front of the open door of a church It was Easter and the music of an Easter anthem floated out upon the Tim stops to not daring to ascend the steps up which he so wistfully thinking in is no place for such as lie stood ai one transfixed by the sounds of such heavenly if in there were not the happy place of which his mother had so often told The owing to many hindrances with which poverty and adverse circum- stances are had since the re- of her been able to take them to a place of divine His soul rose and fell with the music of the could not he make such lie inwardly asked The that was burned causing him to be unmindful of the who were coming down the until an seemed bending over Mm with loving look that lie had not known since his mother's and a voice accosted him with the little what has hurt your man ed me and I fell the guess he was in a do your parents they're said Her Christian as was evinced by the glistening tear and quivering Where do yon she next the replies to which greatly ed his interest in the which resulted in him offering him employment and a cannot leave said little I she is my little hungry and looking for me Eaton interposed by him she would arrange for as soon as she had to lead her to to their a well filled basket upon his arm Tim set out as guide for Mrs. Eaton to the humble lodgings of himself an Through many and the poorest streets of the city he led to an through which they and up three flights of rickety at the end of which he ed before a partially unhinged is the Little hearing the for which she had since early morn been has you I's so Have you the for the first noticing the paused she sat by one small with a piece of an old quilt hugged about Mrs. Eaton advanced into the ing Bessie she had come to take her to a better home as soon as she could eat of the food Tim had already set before Poor joy shone from her beautiful irradiating the tear-stained she looked upon the then from Tim to their in almost a Tim eat wiv you hungry lady take Tim when she docs Me can't go way from brover assured that her brother would go with the expressed by the ittle was such as never before had been heard m that old which they Tim to be employed as chore boy in the counting and his little to perform the same office at the Eaton That after a wholesome each was assigned a so beautiful in its every ment that the transfer from attic to their new abode for them was fairy like in the On the following attired in new and pretty when they appeared at no happier beings ween in all the wide than were these two orphan children the eldest niue years of the other As they appeared in Biddy's kitchen that she threw up her hands m as she if aint jist the ones ever I did Opposed to T. seldom find room for but this article by a gentleman who thoroughly understands Ms makes such able points we wish all our readers to have the privilege of reading Smoking blunts a man's sense of because it is an unclean I re- member reading a soliloquy of a devoted who sought his sweetheart hi her own and found that had just gone She had gone away it and left dis- order but every object bore upon it the legible I belong to a Cure of March 16, 1886. 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I desire to express to you something of my feelings of gratitude for what your remedy has done for and my For three years I have suffered everything but with Rheumatism in its worst and most dangerous as it affected the heart at to that that my life was despaired of by my but to me death would have been a happy I have spent thousands of dollars in and different kinds of treatments and in experiments at different watering none of which afforded me even Nothing nothing ry I gave up all hope of ever bein when a friend urged me to try Dr. Rheumatic referring me to some well known and reliable parties who have been or greatly benefitted by its I reluctantly tried and after using three I could see a vast im- provement in my and the pain was much less aud at much longer My daughter was ia very poor Good luck to money a nice time faith and ye or Biddy O'Neil is no woman at at Thus installed were these little strangers in the hearts of all in the basement to Tim did not commence his daily routine of business until the following which gave the children ample opportunity to unite in wonder ami admiration of their new when might he heard must be like the place mother said waa nnd these folks like the angels she said lived Much of time preceding Tim's in- in the children were with Mrs. who began to teach could not at but and Much in their for u ol rh M they Il a discharge tlin or or dull pain or in you sands ot cases terminate in tho In Hea and 60 JOHN 6IMHO SOLUBLE PACIFIC CUANO for TWENTY-ONE stood at the head of tlie list of Fertilizers in The annual bale of ib a. record no other goods can This is from the same stock as SOLUBLE PACIFIC but more Phosphoric Acid and less as to be adapted to the Gram Lands uf New York GKN SELLING MASS. o n. o IE IB rt TJ 33 isr AGENT AT 1 to 5 two a nnd Bandage Supporter Health Skirt Brighton FOR SALE HT ALL FIRST-CLASS Samples to tiny addr receipt of price to Sole Owner and 17S Centre New 50c. 25c. 15c. DR. 842 NEW Northern Send for ft LI nnd sia Bessie lire in Mrs. she lets us stay there since mother's you have enough to times we has a sometimes we with said the lady to little I will see what cau be done for lie trudged along by her aide until she stopped in front of a substantial which spoke of the architecture of nial surrounded by grounds of ful through which they ed to the front A girl answered the bell to whom the lady take this little boy to the ask Bridget to drip and bandage his not ting to give him plenty to after which bring him to the Tim was duly ushered into the dean basement which Bridget held the first as she acted in obedience to her re- was its most kilt ye nre Bridget's assistance and the nid of water Tim's face was speedily restored to its natural after which waa he fed to satiety upon such never before had graced his they were set before him lie thought nf little m the lone and asked might carry some of them to in- stead of matins all at which the daughter of Erin its yer bese and Eaton will be after given her plenty so ate all ye Accordingly Tim proceeded with to feast of his After his as Mrs. Eaton Imd lie was ushered into the whiTP he found n tine looking Mr. the man of the as he Mr at once interested in his wife's him with many which amid their past surroundings they had unavoidably was speedily Little Bessie remained under Mrs. E's teaching during two when she was sent to a day Tim was immediately sent to a night in which he made rapid his insatiable thirst for knowledge cd him to improve every moment his own in under the new speedily did he change from the little begrimmed boy that he when found by Mrs. to a happy more than ing the expectations of his and everywhere gaining Little with darker hair and eyes than her and a ter in every respect for such a nothing could be fully enjoyed by her out brother Tim to Each seemed to live for the their love for each other gained for them the love of hence their love was their In their life year succeeding year glided smoothly each bringing new joys to this brother and Bessie re- the favors and accomplishments of a rather than those expected by a Music was not denied and the once touched by the fingers of the only child and daughter of the on now responded to the touch of the In the summer of after Tim had risen to first position and been given an interest in the Eaton counting a niece of Mrs. from the came to spend the season was much at the Eaton home and with the enjoyed stay at a resort among the mountains for ers of life's best and rest Look at tbe pure kid this at the unsullied satin of the What a. pleasing sense it gives us of the sweet ness of the well-bred If smokers were to bo judged by the places they hare by the smoking and smoking room after a day's by the dinner table at which they have sat by the quarters when they have gone down then they must be rated very low in the scale of Smoking also destroys a man's sense of the rights of Horace a man begins to smoke he Immediately becomes a lie bly used the word in two an unclean and a creature devoid of a correct sense of what is due to other into a public he a speaker of delicate with an ble repulsion to is trying to dis- cuss some important topic so that a and men cau hear and understand yet wherein ten or twenty smokers have a stinking cigar or pipe beneath the uose of fire at one end and a fool at the soon the gradually transforms the phere to pure at into Unit like some foul and pestilential choking the utterance of the and mgi by the attention of the If these are not who are blackguards Mr. Greeley the to produce a genuine blackguard who was not a lover of and promised to reward finder with I lie gift of two white Read and then memorize the tremendous statistics of tobacco which I find in a trustworthy Cuba consumes ten cigars per day for every and child on the besides exporting a In ny sickly people arc em- ployed in smoking tobacco and The French government receives from its monopoly of the tobacco trade nearly per aud over England gets sterling a year from In the United States tobacco exhausts 000 acres of excellent nnd employs and cadaverous cigar and bacco makers It is computed that the world is now producing pounds of tobacco every year at a total cost of then there is the loss of hundreds of thousands of acres of tbe richest and the Ion of the time of hundreds of thousands of sons engaged in ils manufacture and It has also been computed that the ex- consequent on in a single century equal all the property on the Tina enormous vice is practiced almost exclusively by the stronger Think of dissolute think of it pure if you can. Every Christian with a spark of spirit in her and ought to always the enemy to the tobacco fiend in any shape or because it is one of her deadliest one of the greatest als of her by disturbing and impairing vitiates the relations between the lessens man's interest in woman and the enjoyment of her and him to endure and be con- tented even to prefer the companionship of fifty It is not merely that she dislikes the vile odors of nor merely that her quick eye discovers its deadly hostility lo and These things make woman greatly disapprove tho use of and lier woman's instinct causes her to clearly perceive the ri- brown leaf named tobacco is lier she had no no color her she did not look as though she could live a She used your remedy and to-day she is as well as We can truthfully and conscientiously sar that Dr. is one ot the best medicines ever and that I know it will do all you claim for it. I am very truly FRANCIS T. Contractor and 365 Brown St. Ask your druggist for Dr. edy aud take no per tle six Pardee Medicine Y. Baptizing the arc a Sunday morning at this season of the Rays the Sunny and each in witnesses the immersion of the converts made during the past Hymns arc nnd every one appears animated by religious Ou one so goes the a worthy colored woman with culinary got so interested that she unconsciously pushed up to the and regarding her us one of his seized She but the minister imagined that she was merely afraid of the coldness of the so before she could explain the he soused She up nnd you Lemma I tell you lw But he exerted his and sent her below the surface She clawing the air and from here 1 Don't you chuck me under you But the clergyman was and he plunged her under a third and held her there a minute so as to let it soak in and do her Then she up aud struck for the and standing looking like a draggled mermaid cut in she shook lier fist at the astonished and ed I'll fix you Til bust the head offer you me aud nearly drowned when you well all dc time dat a and bin christened by dem your and knows more about religion dan all de Baptises dat ever you black and me got Hie matic enough to set me Til sec what de law kin do for Til have you dis very or my not you You hear me Then Johanna went home to aud the ceremony It is asserted that Miss son has since borne testimony that the Baptists are not any better than A Minnesota A cloud black as the raven's wing in tbe Suddenly it split aud between the two black trains expanded the most dismal sky I ever The color was and it kened the sun so became The carpenters had gathered together with us on the must be a one of them we will pretty soon hear of Suddenly the cleft widened be- tween the two black cloud and the upper one came with a terrible back towards us walk I seems as if we too shall trot a taste of We went and our parlor looked quite We had scarcely ed the door before we heard the roaring of the storm In a moment we surrounded by a white and the wind and rain lashed the which groaned and It was not it was furious torrents of er mixed witli heavy which poured down from The storm tried to burst open the but Uve men pressed against it with all their The wall seemed to give and stood in a the building shook as in I felt a tightening of my heart every time the house seemed to be lifted from the ground and dropped down I Twice we had these terrible then m a moment furniture were A. Captain's Fortunate Capt. plying between Atlantic City aud 3S. had been troubled with a cough so that lie was unable to and was induced to try Dr. King's New for It only gave him but allayed the extreme soreness in his His ren were similarly affected and a single dose had the same happy King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and board the Free trial bottles of this standard remedy at T. F. Wheeler's Drug Intelligence Agent lady applying for or Mum or care or fancy Lady Mr. Mr. Jones would ably prefer a fancy but you can send us a plain and the plainer thu I don't if she is as as a Is very prevalent at the toms being bitter offensive coated sick loss of If is allowed lo serious consequences may By promptly taking Hood's a fever may be avoided or pre- mature death It is a positive cure for Sold by all ST is your husband inquired a good neighbor of u woman rushing up the just poor about five minutes replied the ed are you Can 1 help responded the kind I thank Just going to the in- surance company for the was the from the heat aud bustle of 11 crowded During Tim's vacation lie took a run up into the and much the cort of Lelia the niece of Mrs. E. on her mother's The loveliness of this young lady of many accomplishments in both mind and person was not long without an ardent ad- mirer in the person of our friend who soon returned to business with other ters than figures and finances floating through hia The stay of Miss Gordon was prolonged until long after the by their flight gave warning of winter's and much was Tim in the society of this lovely with the sanction of all who had a right to they were plighted for The day before that a of dignified advanced in introduced himself into counting by the inquiry if Timothy DC Lisle were one of that Being assured he was a junior the old man took the proffered scat to await the presence of for whom a message was Concluded next I found out a gift for my It is not u ring of nor flowers for her nor pearla for her white but Salvation Oil for lier sore She's a singing In all large communities persons are an increased interest in property and perhaps for that very reason are insuring their lives by using Dr. Bull's Cough when they are attacked with a cough or greatest Besides the destruction of man's health and aud the obliteration of his love and woman has another cause for hatred of and that is the curse it entails upon her If women knew how much the use of co by the father predisposes his children to nervous disarrangements of every leading to and especially to pre- mature deterioration and she would insist that the father of her children should at least be free from the depressing in- fluence of tobacco and should resolve to keep the resolution not to marry a man who is addicted to either and a great reform would soon be Physicians claim that persons die annually in this country alone from co A medical writer questions any instance can be produced where a or a was ever so thoroughly cured us to live a course of years reformed and die The same writer tells of a talk with a physician who was a distinguished advocate of but who was a slave to the co The physician is as worse than liquor as sy is worse than I know I feel He shook his but did not finish the leaving an impression of the utter helplessness of his condition under this terrible A few weeks later he died a victim to the chemical properties of which ne so well but Hie spell of which he could not there no ray of hope for then you exclaim I not break the spell there is By dully er for Divine by avoiding and by the exercise of an indomitable you may The best antidote for the tobacco and alcohol and one sure to cure with is to select a orange then place the peeling for ati hour or two in the When the craving for stimulant S put a piece about the size of a pea in the It is and in small hurled through the air 100 feel I do not remember anything till I found myself on the ground crawling among the ruins of my The first I discovered was my with a child in each lying at my Men and children were scattered around among lumber and whether alive or dead nobody could A table and a staircase came flying through the air some met them and pushed them so they did not kill my wife and bits of wall and roof whirled around us here it was impossible to We crept and crawled and ran for our lives down to the As we found other we were only six a friend of a had one of the small girls in his my wife and one of my sons clung to me. Bul where were the rest of the children I had myself seen one of ihe run with my third little the eldest and youngest boy or ing mutilated among the and it was impossible to look For The Hurricane would have swept us away as soon as we liad moved from the The only thing to do was to press the to UB and them so much shelter as we could with our broader The rain and the hail lashed the oak shrubs were blown flat to the and their limbs struck our heads nnd shoulders like The A a friend and friend you will find iu They cured me of when I Imd given up life in despair and was almost at death's They are a true friend of the what was you sitting up hist night reading Was it a novel Tell your waa a who writ it Hie don't tell me Who ever hoard of an elder a novel that you'd ail up half the night and read For ladies who frequently need a in the many little sick nervous complaints and other bles incident to sudden exposure and to in- door nnd yet do not need a regular Elixir is an invaluable re- Elixir is and it nets like a chai n household iu children's Van of says Correspondent probably the most bow-legged man that waa ever in public and it is one of the the country he comes from that he has his pantaloons cut with a circular 33T The most severe cough can at once be removed by Red Star Cough it to your children by all jays Prof. ex-State Chemist of who found it wonderfully only cents u bou CT Weighs that are coal Was f mm filer A New York letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer says The police captain or geant behind his desk in the station is no small though his hold is performing routine work with pre- cision in respect to required details that are not For the man's true name is of very little account in most An occurrence will serve to A young blood became hilarious on the street at an hour when all sober-minded citizens are supposed to he in bed and was taken in by a your the sergeant ed. the prisoner but had sobered up enough to recollect that his family might not be gratified to see his name in a police court item in their and he the rest of your the that's faltered the young repeated the geant as he old are and where do you reside The prisoner gave as his place of dence a street number that would have the house well out in the North and the next morning he was arraigned as and fined the al amount for being drunk and lie considered himself in luck nnd paid up tie He was looking for a rich wife and thought he was on the love he said to in warm than I can tell you in ter try she for she was not so green as she W Baldness may be avoided by the use of Hall's Hair prevents the falling out of the and stimulates it to renewed growth and It tilso restores faded or gray hair to its original dark and radically cures nearly disease of the iST Ochre saw thai picture of when I wag in that Isold to old I guess that's the But lie called it 'The Great Chicago My liver was so fearfully disordered and I felt so feeble and languid that I scarcely took interest in Tried all the remedies without relief until I used Parker's which effected a permanent Little of milk in your cons this the customer a a milkman the other And the milkman nodded as without a wink in his he made were in by Prof. C. A. of in trying to get rid of his but he found no relief until at last he used St. Jacobs which cured a and Try it of iST sore or chest tender and are instantly removed by applying a Hop When you observe signature ol Hop Plaster Co. on would nni lire not if is to make my life a daily But it need good and will not if you will be wise in How many of our loved ones are mouldering in the who might have been spared for The slight cough was the many symptoms of disease that lurked within slighted and death Dr. Pierce's cannot recall the though it has thousands from the verge of the and will cure consumption in its earlier the painters and tailors on new r oats will be scarce this CTr has such curative that it ih by fur the and surest blood purifier says the wife of the Japanese Minister took the cake when she got That she took a by B. guaranteed over 300 bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters for sour bilious liver and kidney CsT So far ab we Jonah was made the first Secretary of ihe oung or middle-aged men suffering from nervous loss of pre- mature old as the result of bad should send 10 rents in stamps large il- World's Dis- 003 Main X V.