Rushford Spectator, June 2, 1887

Rushford Spectator

June 02, 1887

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Rushford Spectator (Newspaper) - June 2, 1887, Rushford, New York RATBS OP ABVSRTXSIII«. RATBS OP ABVSRTXSIII«. Time. r in. % cl. íícl. M cl. I col. I week,.. ♦0.50 ♦2.00 ♦300 $6.00 $10.00 3 weeks.. 0.75 3.00 4.00 7,00 12.00 3 weeks.. I.OD 3 50 5.00 8.00 14.00 I month. 1.25 4.00 6.00 9.00 16.00 3 months. 2.50 6.00 lo.oo 14.00 25.00 6 months. 4 00 8.00 14.00 20.00 40.00 I year... 6.00 12.00 18.00 30 00 50.00 «»-Fast power presses. .Ag'ents and corre-ipoiulonts wanted In every adjoinInji town. «»-Fast power presses. .Ag'ents and corre-ipoiulonts wanted In every adjoinInji town. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEV^ S Tfrms • I IN ADVANCE. J • J $ AFTER 3 MONTHS. —Apple-tree worms are a speci^ty this week. —John O'Connor is repainting his residence. —A. J. Lyon expects to raise his barn Thursday. —See May Bros, advertisement of salesmen wanted. —The Erie Railway have resumed the sale of thousand mile tickets. —J. N. Holden is painting his residence and market. Tuller Bros, are doing the job. —New Hudson is again represented tbifi week by our faithful and reliable coiTespondent. —Before the rain of last week, forest fires were raging very extensively in portions of Wellsville and Alma. —U. M. I'erbell has purchased a new road cart and is driving his colt. He is a very hamdsome colt and drives up in good stylo. —There will be no more grinding (lone at East Rushford Mills after June 4th until further notice. The mill will be shut down for repairs. —The abutments are being built for the new iron bridge at East Rush-ford, also the bridge near H. C. Dresser's residence is being repaired. —"Billie" Peters has moved from bis former residence on the south side of the creek at East Rushford to the house vacated by Daniel Wood last Spring. —'Tis reported that our boys played agc'iiust a club of ' kids' at Franklin-villo Monday. If they are the little hoys of Franklinville, we should like to gaze upon some of their men. —Miss Lottie Monroe has just completed a large crayon picture of Jeuuie Claus. The work is very Dicoly executed and is a correct like-iiesH of the beautiful and loving child. —D. B. Sill is improving gradually. Akerly, Sill & Go's mill at Cuba is doing a thriving business this soa-sou. They have recently added a band saw to their machinery and are sawing about 25,000 feet of lumber per day, and employ sixteen men. —The Friendship Register saye that \V. C. Kingsbury is very proud of his young trotter, Wonder Wilkes, which is the only Wilkes stallion in the county. It was foaled May 18th and belongs to a breed of horses whose records range from 2:13 to 2:20. —The Wellsville Daily Reporter has been added to our list of exchanges. Besides giving all the county news from day to day it contains the latest telegraphic news found in any city daily, and is a bright and iKiwsy paper. —A subscription paper was circulated about town last week and nearly :?100 was subscribed to build a pagoda for the band and to use in case of i)ublic meetings. The pagoda will 1)0 built at once and is to be located on the north-west corner of the academy lawn. --An exchange says that "many people are contemplating building cijttages along the banks of Lake Cuba, and some are already being l)uilt. Already many families are euf,'aging rooms at VanAuken's hotel fur the summer season. With the little steamer, row boats, cottages, and the pleasantness of other sur-rouudings, it bids fair to be a pepu-Ifir resort." - The case of the people against Mary Wileman charged with the minder of her husband, is having its Hi'coud tiial in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, before Judge Lewis, at Little Valley this week. An extra jiRnftI nf 120 jurors was summoned by Itio sheriff from which to select a jury to hear and determine the case. —An 800-pound double action fire boll has been purchased for Franklinville from Clinton H.Meaeely Bell Co. of Troy N. Y., and its arrival is anticipated daily. It is to be placed i-Q the roof of T. T. B. Button's grocery building and will be sounded from a rope in the hallway. The l ost (jf tho bpll and iixtures is a little ¡-H than $200. [Argus. Patrick Collins, charged with 1 )l/i>ing Mike Fox at Rochester, was f luiiil guilty. The penalty for the "iTiitice is not less than two, or more than live years imprisonment. Fox, tho unwilling witness, was iiaed $50 nr iifty days imprisonment, but sen-tpiico was suspended. Judge Werner i harging Fox that if he was ever Ui^ain found drunk in Rochester, it Would bo put into execution. —Thursday our Base Ball Club received a challenge from the academy club at Franklinville to play a match game of ball at Franklinville Monday. Although our boys had practiced very little this season, they accepted the .challenge and went over Monday and did them up to the tune of 47 to 19. Manager Ives and Umpire Croop did themselves proud, and^ contrary to the general rule, neither club found fpult with the rulings of Mr. Croop. l-Tte boys played well and this season will be a hard club to beat It being a holiday there were many from Rushford, who went over to assist in the game, (i. e.; to do the shouting,,)VOL. IX. —Wanted : A strong, steady boy to work in a cheese factory. Apply to W. H. Thomas, Podonque Factory. —Horse hopples at Merrill's. — Strawberries at the market. —Pork, fish and lard at Croop Bros. —Go to Gordon's for seed corn and millet. —Look at the Monitor oil stove at Merrill'B. —Barrel lime and Akron cement at Gordon's. —Straw hats away below cost at Croop Bros. —Lemons 20 cts. per dozen at Gilbert's Drug Store. —Try the Gutta Percha paint, for sale only by Merrill. —Neckwear and handkerchiefs very cheap at Croop Bros. —Go to Merrill's for your wool twine and sheep sheajta_ Independent- "Hew to the Une lei tMftips fall Where they may." SSTABLISHSJD 1670.W. F. Benjamin, §diUr ^ $rcn> RUSHFORD, AMiEGANYCO., MY., THURSDAY, JUÎÎE, 2 1887NO. U. Offlco over Pratt & Colburn's, Main St. Ofall kindsdoRe, on application,quickly andat pricesto suitthetimes. Foreign Arlvertisersninsl (Ipposilamoivnt to adv. In our bank in advanco snlijecl TubllBl» er's order qnarterly. I^ocals tfn cents pej Une. Free locala to regular ad vert jsers. Ko cuts orolectrofs pesinser witbOQ solldbases. 23 3-4 inches in a column . —'Cy' Croop has returned from Olean. —Frank Jaggers was in Rochester last week. —Rev. Brown's mother is a guest at his residence. —Samuel Talcott of Rock City, is in town this week. —Miss Carrie Monroo is visiting friends at Allegany. —Mrs. Ruth Burlingame is visiting friends at Nunda. i^Will Agar of Caneadea is clerking at the Hardy House. —Andrew Walker of Silver Springs was in town last Week. C. Gilbert was in Rochester last week replenishing his stock -Horse hoes and cultivators combined only $3.50 at Merrill's. —Two of the beat and latest style collars for 25c at Croop Bros. —Bring in your deacon skins; they are wanted at the Market. —Get your wire cloth for screens, doors and windows at Merrill's. ■—Croop Bros, are still giving away hats with every suit of clothes. —Very fortunate in escaping a frost during the recent cold wave. —I have some good second hand cook stoves at a bargain at Merrill's. —Don't be discouraged for A. M. Taylor is selling his prints for 4 cts. per yard yet. —Oranges, English currants, raisins, canned goods, pure spaces in bulk, &c., &c., at Gilbert's Drug Store. —Oranges, lemons, peanuts,canned corn, honey, candy, shoes, boots and a good suit of clothes cheap, at A. M. Taylor's. —All accounts that have run over thirty days, please call and pay. L. E. Tarbell. —" Taylor advertises ciscoes for sale. I don't know what ciscoes are John, I wish you would bring some home next time you come from town.'' —CheesG factory statfiraonts will soon be in order, and you can procure thom at tlio Spectatou Okfice very cheap. —For Sale: A quantity of wooden eave-trough. David Sill. — Smoke Latest News cigar. Best 5 cent cigar on earth. Havana filler. For sale only by Croop Bros. 30w6p -Ask E. C. Gilbert for Dr. Bates Groat Botanic Cure. lOmSpd —Money to loan at five per cent by Bowon &Root, General Insurance and Loan Agents, Franklinville, N. Y. —Another lot of seersuckers,lawns, j prints, worsted dress goods, cash-1 meres, corded ginghams, trimming braid, novelty trimming, white goods and many other things too numerous to mention at A. M. Taylor's. —A quantity of seed potatoes for sale. I also have room in my pasture for a few more yearlings at $3.00 per head for the season. L. H. Mason. —There is nothing succeeds like success, and we predict that when its virtues and sterling qualities become known, there is no article of groceries which will succeed in the same ratio as "Pei'fect Tea" now for sale by James & Benson, and imported by them. This choice brand is composed of the selected leaves of the tea plant in their natural state, without the addition of any poisonous ingiedients to give them color. It is consequently a nerve-stimulant of tho first order and must needs retain all its invigorating properties, as these cannot escape from the encaso-ment of the Perfection can. —I can furnish a few more with Lister Brothers Amoniated Dissolved Bone Fertilizer, also th-Q t^uccoss Phosphate and I have one tön oT Milsoms of BuiTalo. Prices from $29 to S32 per ton. If you want to raise a good crop of corn, potatoes or buckwheat, yon can do so by using the Success Phosphate. M. Morgan, Agent, linshford, N. Y. Salesmen Wanted. We are in want of a few more good men to canvais for ilic sale of choicc nursery stock. To men who can make a success ol the business we can pay goofl salaries or comniission and gi^e perman- I ent employment. We have many new | and choice specialties botli in tlie fruit | and ornamental line whicli others do not handle. Address at once wiiii references. May Ikolhers, Nurserymen. Rochester, N. Y. —Emmott Merrill of Farm^fSVillo Station was in town over Sunday. —Rev. A. H. Johnson delivered an address at Belfast Memorial Day. —Misses Anna Dunning ¡and Mary Pratt were in Rochester over Sunday. —Mrs. C. W. Woodworth is in Rochester this week after new goods. —Miss Lottie Monroo is the guest of her brother Charles at Jamestown. —J. E. Tiffany and family of Houghton drove through tov7n Tuesday. —Sullivan Morrison has moved his family from Allentown to Rushford. —Mr. and Mrs C. T. Feny of Almond were gtiests of J. B. Litchard over Sunday. „-Eddie Davis of Palmyra visited riends in town last week. Eddie has a gooti position in the office of the Palmyra Courier. —Mrs. Knowles Baldwin and daughter of Farmersville are guests of Mrs. Baldwin's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Kingsbury. —Prof, and Mrs. Wilson were called to Rochester Friday by the sickness of Mrs. Wilson's grandmother. Prof, returned Monday night. [^Miss Myrtio Nye and Miss Emma Corse are teaching school in the f:aine districts in vrhich they taught last Winter, Taylor Hill and East Rushford. —M. M. Tarbell. and G. D. Metcalf were in Buffalo Monday looking after the leases upon land in this vicinity, which were given a few years ago. By tho condition of the leases, tho taxoH upon tho land leased, were to bo paid or the leases were to be given up. WE W ! Wm. Rose, who on the evening of the 27th of March last fell striking the back of his head upon a stone sustaining thereby serious injuries that for a time rendered his condition both mentally and physically critical in the extreme, has not only fully recovered, but is evidently in better health than previous to the accident. This marked improvement appefflrs wholly attributable to magnetic treatment received from Royal Marsh, who as many residents of Roahford know by experimental knowledge, is a superior healer. Mr. Rose' recovery seems more remarkable in yiew of his age, 66 years. The WesteyanMi^odidfc Bociaty (rf Bellville have organized a Sabbath School with Elbert Baker as Superintendent. It is to be held at the school house each Sabbath,commenc- —The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Chas. Benjamin Wednesday aftenioon, J une 8th. All are invited. —On the second page of this issue will bo found the full text of the Inter State Commerce Bill, concerning which so much has been said during tho past few months. —Tho Western New York base ball leage was organized with clubs from Pei ry, Mt. Morris, Warsaw, Geneseo, Leroy, Attica and Batavia. Officers were elected as follows: President, Dr. J. E. Crichton, Perry ; Vice-Prefsident, Henry Cole, Geneseo; Secretary, S. P. Hooker, Leroy ; Treasurer, John F. Hall, Batavia. —A. H. Turner, a respectable citizen of Dalton,waH instantly killed by the cars in that village on Tuesday morning of last week. He attempted to cross the track in front of an express train on theE rio and was struck by the engine with such force as to throw him from the track and break his nock. Ho was about 70 years of age. I Notice to Horsemen. Hugh Sarsafield has a jet black four year Stallion which will stand at his residence in Rushford (formerly W. F. Woods' farm) this season for a limited number of mares. Mr. Sarsafield's horse was sired by Elmer Cottrell's Norman Percheron horse, Napier, which took first premium at Hornellsville Fair last year, and dam by a ^ blood Morgan mare. A sound body and a contented rplnd are necessary to perfect happineaa. If you wIeHi to possess tbese, cleanse your bloo<l with Ayer*» Basaparlila. It is perfectly safe to take, and is a thoroughly reliable, highly concentrated, and powerful blooU purifier. When wm sick, we gvro her Cwtorto, iHien the was a Chûd, she cried for Costoria, When «he beoaow Misa, she clong ta Caatoria, Wkm dMlMdCUMsDi, itecftTe tbm CMMak —While in Wellsville Saturday, wo were taken in and cared for by A. E. Cowles of the Democrat. Editor Cowles is crowding the reputation of the Democrat beyond thé high water mark, which it attained under the nianageiiAont (;f tho late Editor NichoJ.s, and it i.s ono of the foremost Deuiocratie county papors in tho Stato. —Tlie following from the Dora. & C!}jrou. may cnnso sportsiueii to bo mor(i carciful in tho use of liro-arnis: •'ICi'win Cooper, ag(Hl 1(5, was acci-dcntuliy nhot. and killed by Emil An-(lorogg at Bennington, near Atticn, Saturday aftornoon. Anderegg was shooting with a rifle at blackbirds half a mile from where Cooper was. The hall passed through the unfortunate lad's neck, severing the jugular vein. Coroner Cummings was summoned and imjiuneled a jury, who rendered a verdict of accidental death, at the same lime censuring Anderegg for the careless use of fire-arms." Backnchc, stitclios in tho side, inflation and soreness of the bowcis, ure Hymploins of a (H.sordercd slate of the (.Ugeslive and iiHsiniil-atlve orjians, wiiich can be corrccLed by the use of Aycr's Catha.itic Pills. Stop That Cou^U or it will terminate in consum-ptlon. Aiier suffering for inoiillia from a cough which lifter using many remedies witout any relief, threatened to teraiin-ate seriously, we were entivfiy cMpt'd by Itie nse of WisUir's I{iil..,ain <if Wild Che.iry. J. (i. WKSTAFKR, Editor of "Chfonicle" Kliza-bethiowH. I'u. Don't (iet Ciiught. 'l'Lii.q spring with your blood lull of inipuri-tief, yonr «ilgesllKii Impaired, your ftppntlte poor, kitlncys atui liver torpid, and whole system liable to bo prostrated by disease— bui get yourseli Imo good condition, and ready for the chfinging and warmer weather by taking Hood's Sarsapurllla. It stands unequalled for purifying the blood, giving an appetite, ana lor a general spring mecUciue. ing at 11 o'clock a. m. In your Fairview correspondence of last week we read of the presence of a couple of pension investigators in that locality. Possibly they are the same individuals who succeeded in victimizing some of our citizens out of small sums of money by representing themselves as pension investigators, United States detectives, etc., and finally decamped leaving their board bill unpaid. Messrs. Wherry and Sowersby are doing the mason work for the new bridge to be built at East Rushford. James Dickey is working at carpenter work with N. E. McElheny of Black Creek. D. J. McMillan has taken the job of laying the stone for the cellar and foundation of the new F. W. Baptist parsonage at Rawson and is to commence work on Tuesday of the present week. L. D. Swetland had the misfortune to lose a valuable five-year-old horse last week from inflamation of the bowels, Mrs. Wells Caldwell of Allegany accompanied by her little daughter visited her mother, Mrs. Norah Finn, recently. Mrs. Corry Scott and little son have been spending a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wherry. Mr. and Mrs. M. Gere of Houghton were the guests of Miss Emma Strahan on Saturday of last week. James Lindsay and Mrs, W. H. Petty of Weston's Mills visited relatives in town on Saturday last remaining over Sabbath. A flot'ik of valuable pure bred Merino sheep belonging to Royal Marsh of Marshall, which were pasturing on the farm of Mrs. Nowlan, was two weeks ago badJj damaged by being chased and bitten by two dogs owned in the vicinity. Several lambs were devoured and one of fhe most valuable ewes so bitten that she died in a few hours. Another under kindest care seems likely to recover. Fortunately the dogs were detected in their depredations and promptly killed. The remains of a grandson of Perry Hoag, formerly of this town, were brought from Olean on Thursday of last week and buried in the Bellville cemetery. We hear that the lad was about nine years of age and was a victim of that terrible disease, Diphtheria. Rosemary. i /eENTEBVIIiliE 1 ij^ft lovely time of the year seems to new life to all things, from small; rich to poor; from in-secfr'^o animal; every soul rejoices aladSa -lii^y. When we open our ©yes'iaithe morning, we hear the bir4|/in all directions, sendind up their'iisongs of praise to their maker, anS JSiings which were seemingly de^ Jdra now alive. blessed rain of last week has liiadd'agreat improvement in the ap-prar^ce of Dame Nature; her emerald Mantle is so beautiful that all fall %love with her, especially the farini^; the farm^s feel that their is abont over for awhile, aa^ll^^^ome i^^rt^r eve ning to try their hand at quoit pitching. J. L. Jones visits this town every Tuesday with his companion, Prince farm Albert. We all know John as we can hear his cheery laugh. J. W. Morrison from Port Allegany is here visiting his mother and relatives. Mrs. Abrams of Eagle is visiting here this week with her daughter, Mrs. Findlay. John Bray and wife of Rushford visited relatives in town last week. Mrs. W. T. Elliott and Mrs. S. Morgan are on the sick list. B. B. Lincoln is recovering from his injuries caused by his horse kicking him. Sickness and injuries keep Dr. Waterman busy; he has an extensive practice which he deserves as he has been here many years and is widely known as a successful physician. His practice embraces the adjoining towns as well as Centerville. H. G. HALL, TOJ^SOm^L ARTIST No pains spared to^please customers. Give me a call. Shop on Second Floor of Briok Block, RUSHFORD, N. Y. J, B. Grordon & Son, DEALEBS IN ALL KINDS OP Dil 1 ai HemloGlLnier i:.A3'H, BOOBS, WUTDOWS, ETC, Floiir, M ili Di -ALWAT8 ON HAND. Rushford Market,Important____The most elegant line.of all wool Dress Goods, TrimmingsVelvets, Beaded Gimps, Dress Buttons, kc. at James ¿¿ Ben.son's,____The most extensive line of Wraps, New Markets, SealPlush Sacques, Misses & Children's Cloaks at James & Benson's.____The largest Stock of Underwear, Hosiery, Cardigan Jackets and all Knit Goods at James & Benson's.____The most complete line of Boots & Shoes, that you canbuy cheap at Jsmes & Benson's----The greatest variety of Hats, Caps, Mittens, Gloves, HorseBlankets, Robes, Etc. at James & Ben.son's. No troiiblo to ohow Good«. Call and see tliem. COLD STORAGE MEATS Of all kinds always on hand to bo sold Cheap as the Cheapest, Delivered Free. J. N. H0LDP:N, - PROP. FABl!nBRSVIIiI.E STATION. (Received too late lor publloalion last week.) Rogers' Bros, have filled their new store with a good stock of furniture. Now is a good time for young people, old bachelors and old maids to get married. ast week Miss Mervil of Pike^ ho taught the Jones district school last winter, was here visiting her friends. Last Sunday evening Rev. Roberts had a larger congregation than usual at the Siloam Congregational church, ^ast Thursday Rev. H. N. Plumb, a Free Will Baptist, was buried at Elton. Rev. Ball of Buffalo, deliv-e£ieid(J4ia-funeral sei-mon and the churOT was over crowded. Rev. Plumb has been a resident of Elton for many years and pastor of the Baptist church.ySe has been the means of the conversion of thousands, an earnest christian with courage to cling to the right even to his own disadvantage. He tasted and saw that the Lord is good, and the great aim of his life was to have others taste and see the same. Although he had a feeble body he lived to be over 80 years of age. Dr. Reed .of New Haven, Conn., preached an eloquent sermon on the wickedness of flirting. In the course of his sermon he said a man has no : right to be an old bachelor. Young Imen take the hint, remember before it gets too late. Adelphos. R. R. Murray MAIVUÍACTUHE11 OF BOOTS SHOES. —0- Repairing done with neatnosR an despatch. Satisiactioa guaranteed. I t n c Ì d Lehigh Valley Coal, CHESTNUT, NO. 4, STOVE, E(jG, Special Rates on car loads. Coal Yard and scales at the Depot. Myron Morgan.S S j(PRATT & COLBURN still keep a full stock of Dry Goods, Men's Furaishing Goods, Underwear, Hosiery and Notions; also that they are second to none in their stock of;3oots, Shoes & Eiil)bers and Special Attention is paid to the Tests, Oofleeis^ Sj^ioos and in fact everytliing pertaining to tlie [Come and see ns and l)ring your l^roduce, for which we will pay the higliest price. llushford,, Jan. '87. Pratt & Colburj^. FAIRVIEW! Thos. Symes and wife of Centerville, were among our green hills last week. Carlos and George Metcalf left last week for Caledonia, Gainesville and vicinity to visit old friends and relatives. C. Caner and family, and Miss M. Maloy left for Cuba and Portville on Friday to VlBlt friends and participate-in tho loving and sacred duty of decorating the graves of the hero dead. R. S. Wilder has been the medium of scattering the grains of seed in tho bosom of mother earth for many farmers in this and other vicinities this spring. He has a unique machine for the same, the music of whuso manipulation gave the record to your pages. List of Jurors Drawn. The following is a list of jurors drawn to serve at a Circuit Court and Court of Oyer and Terminer, to be held at the Court House, in the village of Angelica, in and for the County of Allegany, commencing]on Monday, June 13th, 1887: GRAND JXJEORS. Angelica—S. G. Horner, Joseph Gillies. Allen—Henry HufF. Almond—John J. Upson. Birdsall—Manning Arnold, Amos Southard, John^A. Carpenter. Burns—John Boylan, W. H. Wind- E. A. JOHNSON, WatcMaler aifl Jewdler, Ladies and Gents OOIjID SIIiVER WATCHES,What is tlie Use ? of going to Rocliester or ]?uftalo to buy Olotlung when you can do better at home. We have tlie lai'gest and most, complete Stock of Clothing ever brougt to Rushford and we guarantee a good Fit and good HMEa^t All Wool Suits from $10.00 up. Overcoats from $6.00 up. A large Stock of Pants from $L\00 up. Childrcns, Boys and Youth s Clothing a Specialty.Gent's Furnishings, Hats & Caps. A full line of the clioicest and best mmi CLOCES. m rt o o E3 n I E3 «RAM E Jj I IMr. ami Mrs. Homer Murdough, have been visiting friends in York-shir o. D. C. Alford, wife and daughter, visited T. E. Lewis and family, of Marshall, Friday. IMiss Myrta Gleason, of Belfast, was the guest of Miss Fannie Armstrong last Friday. James Galvin is on the sick list. Fj. C. Finnessy, of Aiken Pass, is visiting his many friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Hiram Rotch spent a few days last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Murdough. The cheese factory has been greatly improved by a fi'esh coat of paint; also tho residence of Mr. Millard. F. W. Gray has purchased a new Champion drill. Mrs. Fred Barlaer has received a new supply of summer hats. A number of the young people gave a farewell party lastMonday night in honor of Dr. Earls, who left for Wis-coy the following day. * * Ilooa's Sarsaparllla Is peouUar tn itself and sujjt'nor to all other preuarulious lu stivngtb eounodiy, and m«dlcmaf mei^it. sor. Caneadea -Cassius A. Mcintosh, Joseph T. Hull, Volney F. Wilson, Charles R. Parker, Wilson Robbins. Centerville—Thomas B. Pratt, Edward E. Barnum. Grove—Edwin Mabie, J. L " Spike. Hume-C. D. F. Mills, Eugene Russell. Rushford—Frank McCall, John J. Thomas, Lemuel D. Farwell. West Almond—Vinton Wardner. TRIAL JURORS. Angelica—Thomas Bates, Charles Jacobs. Alien—William Sylor. Almond—Ed. Bush, Theodore Sleight, A. E. Terwilliger, George Palmer. Birdsall—E. J. Metz, Aichibald Gillies. Burns-S, N. Bennett. Belfast—Edward Seeley, R. D. Gilford. Caneadea - William Severence. Centerville—William Hawley, David W. Williams, Michsel D. Hanks. Graauger—E. P. Maine, Morean VauNostrand, Frank Doolittle, John Walbridge. Grove—George Weidright, Edgar O. Bennett, Edward Swain. Hume—William Foote, Miles W. Wells, Balfour Mills, William E. Piersons, J. N. Taber. New Hudson—Me^vi n Crabb, John Mahony, Marshall Watson. Rushford—Wallace W. McCall, William S. Mullikin, John H. Tapp, Oliver È. Woods. West Almond—David L. Baker* Johnson's Patent Easy Fitting Spectacles. -Rushford. N. Y_ as cheap as the cheapest. IVIagiiolici axicl Oroaxxi. of tJb.o "^aULoy ^loxu-. The Largest Stock in ro^vn ofTobacco^ Oigars. Oandy and I^uts. -(4ivO ^T-'- F.vnniiiio nni- (Inndv;_ DRESS MAKING! GROOP BROS, NO. 2 BRICK BLOCK. Shop ill Hyde Block. TTfflG HI 0 M^ Persons. AN mm fi ili i iL!!. K. A. Hyde. DonREAD READFOR, to inaiigiirato tlie BOOÄ^ ill Ti-ado. wo have ina.le SVVKI-U'INü KKDrCTIONS tlirougli-üiit our Entire liiiio of ry-ßoöis Groceries aid Ge s Fiiriisliii Goofls THE RICHEST HUMOEOUS BOOK of the AGE is SAIIAWTHA AT SAftATOGA by.TosIah AUen's Wife. Miss Holly spent all last season timid the wliii l of fasliloii at Saratoga, and takes off ita follies, flirtations, lo'w neck dressing, pug dogs, &c., hi lier Inimitable mirth-provoking style. The book is profnsely illustrated by Opper. tho renowned ailibtof Pack- Will sell Imme«H« $iiM. BRIGHT AGENTS WAWTE». Ad immonHely. Pri«je AGENTS WAWTE». di'flSsHüiSBAlíD OROS., Pub., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A8EHTS WAHm to sell "REMIKiSCEMGES ' Ol (¡O Years in the Sfixtiotmi MelropoHn. Tl BY BEN PEBLEÏ Illustrating tho Wit, Humor, and Eccenti-iol-tle» of n«t«!d celebrltl««. A richly illuntra-ted treat oiinnor Society Histoiy, from "ye olden time" to tho wedding of CleveUnd. Wouilerfally Popnlar. Agcni« report rajbtd sale«. 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