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NEWS GATHERER Washington Letter. Boeitlos the Chineso exclusion, the Inman registry, tbo eight hour, tho intermediate pension and two gen- oral Indian war pension bills, few measures of much public interest have been passed by this Congress at its first session. Soveral tariff bills have gone from the Houso to tho Senate, but it was not oxpectetl that thoy would receive action there. Free silver got tho favor of tho Sen­ ate, but not of tho House A full roview of the legislation of this Con­ gress is not an impressive record as to either the number or the great­ ness of tho measured adopted \A great many American citizens who livo a long way off from Wash­ ington, have fuuny ideas of how Congrcsninen conduct themselves, said one of the best known members of the House last night. \One of tho commonest notions is that Con gressmen drink an immense amount of whiskey in tho committee-rooms, and tho impression has got abroad that each and every committee-room lacks nothing but a bartender to dis­ tinguish it from a fn-st-class saloon. They give us credit for pouring out our own drinks. Now, I have seon ton years of Congressional life, and I have yet to see a drink of liquor taken, in any committee room. The prosent Congress is an extremely tomperate one. I know dozens of members who never touch the ardent, and I have never seon a Representative intoxicated on the floor. Yet it looks as if we were bound to bo considered by tho public as a lot of very dissolute statesmen.' - With all of its faults of ommission and commission admitted, the pres­ ent House is hardly as fair a target for tho moralist as some of its prede­ cessors. The body probably does not get worse morally as it gets larg­ er, following public opinion, or try­ ing to do it as nearly as possible. Now, public opinion is progressive, BO far, at least, as outward morality and decocum go. No member of Congress could do much \reeling\ from tho use of intoxicants in the at temptod discharge of his public duties without such a scandal as would drive him from the public ser­ vice. Tho critical judgment in thi.- generation is abler and more fear- loss, and has moro facilities for Us officient expression, than ever be­ fore. Tho compromise World's Fair bill, which will doubtloss bo passed by Congress, is similar in termt>, to tho bills reported to the Senate and Houso by tho Committee on the Columbian exposition and aftor- wards incorporated in the sundry civil appropriation bill, villi two important changes. One of these is reduction of tho amount of tiie ap­ propriation from JH,000,000 to $2,500,U(.ri The other is tl. • uiais siou of the section tliar | nn ides ft- a return to the United stales ct pro rata share of the profit i i f tl fair, BO that aii it now htandn the appropriation »<• ill l;e an absolute donation. The Sunday closing para graph is retained in the bill. Telegrams reconed at the Whit House, from Loon Lake, announc that Mrs. Harrison's condition is not improving to tho extent anticipated and, indeed, their tenor is such as cause tho President some uneasinoss During the past few days, as many as three and four telephono messages have been received daily at the Capi tol from tho White Houso, all indi eating the President's anxiety. It is safe to prodict that he will leave Washington, within a few hours after CongrosB has adjourned. Third Assistant Postmastor Gen eral Hazon is preparing the designs for a set of stamps to bo issuod by tho Post Office Department in honor of tho four hundredth anniversary of tho discovery of America, by Col umbus. It is not the intention of the Department to retire permanent­ ly the current issue of stamps, but it is likoly that the issue will be sus pended for a year and that at the ©nd of that time tho dies and plates for tho jubilee stamps will be de­ stroyed. The intention now is to have only one portrait on any of the stamps, that of Columbus. Gen Hazen expects to have them on sale on January 1. Tho membero of the House are hoping that it will be a long time between Watsons. As a jagologist Mr. Watson ia a flat and soggy foil ure. The last moments of this Congress are far from poaceful. Mr. Holman's world's fair dilemma developed moro horns than he lookod for. DRUNKEN CONGRESSMEN are not ex­ tinct like tho auk, dodo, and hairy Elephant, but thoy are growing scarce- like tho American bison, wild turkey, and mountain sheep. Mr, Watson undoubtedly has seen some signs of this rare specimen—a tipsy Momber of Congress—but his stories are like fish and snake stories, a littlo large. Drunkenness is decreas­ ing and has almost disappeared at the Capitol. Tho late investigation Bhowed that one Member had been Been drunk on tho floor of the House, and that another, during a long and fatiguing speech, had sipped, im­ bibed, swollowod, or otherwise par­ took of a little beef tea, and also as ho thinks, if his memory served him i right, of another stimulant also, which might, perhaps, have been whiskey, handed him by a sympa­ thising colleaguo to relieve his throat. DIVISION OP PROPERTY. Mosos was wise when ho gave every family a farm and provided that it could bo sold 'only until the jubilee year. And modern governments may have to put some restraint upon million­ aires who manipulate railroads and lands. But an equal division of property would not make us all rich nor even \comfortable.\ The weal­ thy Gorman understood it. When tho anarchists called on him and demanded a division of his money lio said Very well, Sehr gut There are so many million people in Germany I have just tho same number of ilorins. Hero is a florins f .r each of you It is your share Good day gentlemen ' Americans are all rich when compared with tho mojority Russia is now aiding its subjects by paying 2 cents an hour or 28 cents for a day for hard labor on public improvements. These men work from 4 a. m. to 8 p. m, with two hours intermission They got board for 9 cents a day. They are nominal Christians and devout­ ly pray morning, noon and night They never strike. Thousands of Russians covet their job. Let us who can make from one to fifteen dollars a day and strike when we please, be content, Union Hill. To Niagara Falls On August 16th , 17th , 18th , and 19th., the Now York Central will make reducod rates to Niagara Palls, on account of the State Firemens' Convention. For tickets, time of trains &c, call on New York Cen­ tral ticket agents, or address Edson J. Weeks, General Agent, Buffalo. To the Thousand Islands. On Monday August 22nd., the New York Central, in connection with the R. W. & O. R. R., will run an oxcursion to the Thousand Islands to accommodate those wish­ ing to attend the Grange Day exer­ cises, which will be held at the Thousand Island Park, Tuesday, August 23rd. Train will leave Mace- don at 9 15 a. m., arriving at Alexan­ dria Bay at G 15 p. m. Faro for the round trip $3 50. For tickets and other information, call on Now Yor k Central ticket agents, or address Edson J Woeks, General Agent, Buffalo, N Y ROCHESTER WEEKLY HERALD. The Weekly Edition of the New Iiemocnitic Morning Daily of Monroe County A strong and vigorous champion of democracy, a journal that shuns factional differences, and places >nnei)>les abovo men. It will be one of the ablest champions of Tariff I!i.''>im m 11:« ^t.itc, and will lie fo unl in tin 'l.iek of the coming Seemingly thoro never was a busier harvest time than now, and farmers are unablo to secure the help they need. Rev. S. W, Wyman is enjoying a three weoks vacation, his wifo occu­ pying the pulpit last Sunday. One week from that time, Prof. George Boynton will give a Temperance address Mrs. Mary Palmer has been spend­ ing a few days at Chautauqua. Mrs. Eliza Curtis, formerly of this place, is sponding some time with relatives here, hoping to improve her health. Wo hear the faint echo of wedding bells in the near future. Myron Palmer seems to wear a smiling face as he speeds along on his new bicycle. Miss Smith, of Brooklyn, is visit­ ing at the homo of Mrs. Harriet Boynton. Hon F. M. Jones, formerly of this place, has opened a hardware storo in Rochester. The Misses Smith, of Rochester, are visiting thoir sister, Mrs. A. Thayer. The Baptist, Methodist, and Pres­ byterian Sunday schools, of Web ster, had their picnic at Windsor Beach, last Thursday. There were over 800 people that boarded the train at Webster. Miss Kittie Deyo is spending a few weeks at Rochester, John Wolf was again elected trus tee in district No, 8, for the coming year. Mrs. George Carlton is at tho home of Mrs. Charles Lee. Mrs. Botsford has returned homo after spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Davis. I, buttling fo tho the I'ic.-ide.MiiiI ..>n tlif Democratic uiu-ic, NOTICE—In order that WI.I.KLV HERALD may go luto li.-ind.s ol every Democrat m the towns, ullages and rural distncts of Central and Western Now York, we will send the paper to new subscn hers, from tho present week, inclu sive, until the week after the Presi deutial election, for forty-five (45 cents. It will be a great investment for Democrats. Address \TIIE HERALD,\ ROCHESTER, N. Y Remember, forty-five cents for the Rochester WEEKLY HERALD for soven months. HARD & SOFT COAL 9 AT WEST SHORE R. R. C. C. HERENDEEN. Kipans Tabules euro dizziness Ilipans Tabules arc always ready Kipans Tabules euro jaundico. Ripans Tabules euro the blues. Ripans Tabules. for sour stomach Ripans Tabulo3 prolong life Ripans Tabules: a family remedy. Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxativo. Ripans Tabules : ono gives reiiof. S UPREME COURT, WAYNE COUNTY. Harlwell Start as Administrator Ac , of Ellen A. Start, deceased, Cornelia A. Bourne, and Sarah E. Hamilton agaiuttt Richard M Corripan et al. Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly granted In the above entitled action nud entered in the Wayne County Clerk's Olllce. July 11th., lbOl. I, William \\ Mumford, the referee, therein uppotutcd for that purpobe. will yell at puhlle anetluu on the frunt porch of the Court House, In the Village of Lymuj, Wayne County, New York, on September 20th., IKK, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, tho real estate In said judgment described, as follows. Ah that tract or )>arcel of land 6ituated in the Village of Clyde, County of Wayne, and State of New York, lying and being on tho south side of the Erlo canal, between that nud the New York Central Railroad and on the west stdeot and fronting Sodus street, bowidud on the north by nn alloy running westerly from Sodus street 132 feet, and on Sodus street from tho alley aforeBald to tho center of the culvert under Sodus street over the ditch, thence from tho center of the culvert westerly on a lino parallel with the line of tho New York Central _uiilrouil one hundred twenty-live feet to the west end of the lot and thence north to the alley on the north side of 6ald lot. Being the same prvmisen conveyed to Clarissa C. Moore by Alexandor If Mooro and wifo. by deed dated September SI), 1802, and recorded In Wayne County Clerk's Office Novombur ill, 1BC2 in book Ul of deeds page 280. Dated Rochester, N Y., August 0th., 181K. WILLIAM W MUMFORD, Referee. HARRIS A. HARRIS. Plaintiff's Attorneys, Rochester Savings Bank Building. Koclies- -. N Y TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE CLAIMS PURSUANT to au order of L. M. Kurton, tiurrogate of Wayne county, notice is \ reby gl\en to all persons having claims against John Baker, lato of Macedon. in the county of Wayne, deceased that thoy are required to pre- iii the same, with tho vouchers thereof to John _ llaker and Thomas R. Baker, the executors of the said deeeused, at the residence of said John linker In Macedon. on or before the 16lh. day of vtcniuui' A, D., lKW.—Dated March 7th. l8fK!, JOHN E. BAKER and THOMAS R. BAKER, Executors &c. P[ [w Wor<l$ to my PATRONS. M. STORY would kindly say to all that he is having very much the largest trade he has ever had and that it is appreciated. This week at Story's 000 pieces of choicest wash dress goods you ever saw, 500 pieces very choice worsted dress goods, 500 LACE CURTAIN ENDSJI 15, 20, 25 and 35 cents, worth twice tho money; 30 dozen men's pants 69 cents to £4.50 per pair; more pants are sold at Story's thau any threo stores in Palmyra. Elegant jackets, wraps and blazers at your own price. 000 dozen hosiery 5cts. to $2.00 per pair, elegant shirt waists for ladies, 100 dozen corsets all makes, 157 rolls new carpets, poles, portiere, lace curtains. 400 parasols and umbrellas very choice and cheap, 50 dozen mitts, 25 worth 50 cents. When you come to Pal­ myra be sure and step into Story's. M. STORY, PALMYRA, N. Y. A new lot at Eddy's of goods for general supplies. Dress ginghams, Outings, Prints from 5 to 7 cts por yd. Factories bleached muslins, shirting and dress tiimmiugs at low­ est prices quoted. Another case of that choicest bat which will bo sold at lower prices than over. Carpet warp in several colors. A fcw 1 ladies wrappers left which will be closed out very cheap, Unbleached table lmon, new styles, at Eddy's. A new stock of seasonable dress goods at M. J, Eddy's. Those elegant chonielle table spreads in prices to mnko each housekeeper glad that she did not buy of a traveling agent, may bo found at Eddy's J CASH! CASH! For the next thirty days, FOR $ CASH $ ONLY, I shall offer for sale the finest stock of BOOTS &y SH015S, Including Tennis Goods, Ball Shoes, Ladies & Gents Oxford Ties, Toe Slippers, Patent Leather Tip button and Lace Boots, Men's Creedmore, Congress and Buckle Plow Shoes, And the finest lot of MEN'S FINE SHOES, Ever shown in the town consisting of Genuine Kangaroo, Giant Kangaroo, Oardavan Calf, Patent Leather, Buff & Split At prices heretofore unknown. CREDIT WILL NOT BE GIVEN To any one as these prices are away down. Would also request all persons who are indebted t o me to call and pay mo part, if not all, that is now due me. Those who aro owing me for the past year and cannot pay tho money now, will ploaso call and 8 ettle by note. This it; business. Respectfully, ISAAC DEAN, MACEDON, NEW YORK. DOBBIN & MOORE Have a full Assortment of Pine and Hemlock Lumber, SHINGLE, LATH POSTS &0. If in want ot any call on W.Merendeen,Agt. At tho old stand, MACEDON, N. Y. FOR $2. We will give The News Gatherer one year and a \Webster's Original Una­ bridged Dictionary,\ containing nearly 1,300 pages, neatly bound 111 cloth for $2.00 in advance We have during the past six months disposed of over m 70 DICTIONARIES ^without the first particle of canvassing. In each and every case the book has given entire satisfaction Call and see the dictionary and get a sample copy of the paper. ^Please bear in mind that we are making tho Largest, Best and at the same time;the Cheapest paper In Wayne, Monroe (outside of Rochester) Ontario, Cayuga or Ononda­ ga counties. It has few rivals in country journalism anywhere. Address THE NEWS GATHERER, Macedon, N. Y. If you want Doors, Saslp, fili^os Or special work, call at our planing mill and yard, Main to Parker Sreet. on Canal, Fairport, N. Y. INSURANCE. FIRE AND LIFE Do you Wish to Provide ? For yourself, for a debt, if you livo? For your wife, children dependant if you dio? If so, do it whilo you may, by taking a cash and paid-up- policy m the Massachusetts MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Co. of Springfield, Mass. These values fixed by tho statute of the State of Massachusetts, are plainly stated in each policy issued. Call to-day, ANNA F. JACKSON, Agont. IMMENSE -IN- ALLDEPARTMENTS -OF- -OF-— JOURNAL BUILDING, t Palmyra, A New Wheel! THE REMINGTON. FITTED WITH Cushion Tires $125.00, Featherstone-Dunlop Pneu­ matics, 140.00, Bidwell-Thomas, 140.00, N. Y. Belting and Packing Co.'s Protection Strip 135.00. f*\ I I Q G D E 1 I A I \T* I CT C; Mode of Break Construction, Method of Affixing Cranks, V-/ Ul\ VI Cm W I f\ »— i I £—O. Spoke Nipple, Chain Adjustment and Solf-lubricating Case- hardoned Chain. Highest Grade Throughout. Fully Guaranteed. All Parts Interchangeable. Manufactured by the gjjgj] | J§] (^.^jf @ ||j ARM® (#©., Send for Cataloguo and ask the Agont to call and show you tho wheel. W. L. HARRIS, AGT.; I \ MACEDON CENTRE, N, ILION, N. Y. PATENTS Cavanta and Re.Issues secured, Trademark s registered aud all other patent causes in tlio Pat­ ent Oftlce and before the courta promptly aud carefully prosecuted Upon receiptor model or skotch of Invention, make careful examination, and advise as to patentability trc<* of charge. With my offices directly across from the Patent OOlce, and believing hi pornoual attend­ ance there, it is apparent that I have miperior facilities tor making prompt perllmlnary Herches for tho more vigorous and feuccessful pi osecutlon of applications for patent, and for attending to all business entrusted to my care, in the shortest possible time. FEES MODERN TE, nnd oxeluslve atten. tlon given to patent business. Information, advice and special references sent on request. J. R. LITTELL, Solicitor and Attorney In l'atent Causes. Washington, D. C. Mention tills paper] Opposite U S. Patent Ofllco N OTICE . CLAIMS. Macedon, Jany. TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE . Pursuant to au order of L. M, Non- TON , Surrogate of Way no county, notlco is hereby -Wen toallperbons huvinic cluuns against John eaiiran late of Macedon in the county of Wayne deceased, that they ure required 10 present tho same, with tho vouchers thereof, to William Oreeuo tho Executor of the said deceased, at the residence of said Executor In Macedon on or batore tho 10th day of August. A. D. 18W.—Dut«d 20th, lBO'i. WILLIAM GREENE, Executor &c. N OTICE CLAIMS. Pursuant to un order of I.. M TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE I.. M Non- TON, burro^ateor Wayne (•ounty, nuru*- K lu-ie- uy (-Hen to ull liersons having olulum nmilnst Hannah M. Conkfm, late of Siaeedon in the county of Wayne, deceased, that thev ure re­ quired to present the same, with tho vouchers thereof, to Darwin EldiedRe the Administrator of the said deceased, at the residenc*. of snld Darwin Eldredge In Macedon on ur before the 5th day of December. A. D„ 1892.—Dated Mayia, IHie. DARWIN ELDREDGE, Administrator &c. NOTICE mi TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE Chums.--Pursuant to an order of Ho x L. SI NOHTON, Surrogate of Wnyne Couuty, uoticc is horuby given to all persons having claims ugoinst Ezra Brown, lato ot the town of llneecloii. in said county, deceased, that thoy are required to exhib­ it the same, with the vouchors thereof, to Mary E. Roe, the Administratrix of the estate of the said deceased, at her resldencu in tin- village of Wolcott iu said County, on or before the 10th day of December, lsW - Dated Muy 30ili - MARY E. ROE, Administratis TO CREDITORS TO PRODUCE Pursuant to au order of L. M. Nor­ ton, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims against Han­ nah Walrath. late of Muciuon In the county of Wayne deceased, that they are required to pre­ sent the same, with tho vouchers thereof, to James J. I'aton, the Executor ot said deceased, at tho residence of aaid James J, Putuu in Lyons, N Y . on or before the atith. day of September, iV. D 1SW. Dated March Lth. ifctB, JaincsJ Paton, Exec utor. TNTOTICE J-N CLAIMS.- M. Lipeky of Palmyra has tho largest.Btock of clothing ever seen in this county. If yon want a good overcoat for a reasonable price, call on him. The Jackson agency at Palmy ra, for years in the held doing its share of business presents to the public a list of standard com­ panies giving its patrons a choice without presenting any company which is not fully up to the line, AMERICAN OF PHILADELPHIA FRANKLIN,! GERMAN AMERICAN, GERMANIA, GLENS FALLS. HANOVER, LANCASHIRE, PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON Also agent for the Mass, Mutual Life INSURANCE COMPANY. One of the standard companies of the Union. Call on or write for terms and particulars to Anna F Jackson 35 Fayetto St., Palmyra, N. Y, E BELIEVE — IT — A correct principle of trade, wholesale or retail, that we should try to deal as near home as possible. The three grades of flour now offered by us are as good and as cheap as can be ob­ tained. This being the case, why not give us the benefit of your trade. You cannot build up your own town by patroniz­ ing outside mills. That we do good work is proved by the fact that we draw custom for miles around, much of which would naturally go to other mills. We have no fault to find with our custom business. This must be a benefit to other business here. The way to show your appre­ ciation of a good mill is to trade with it J.S.Biddlecom&Go. ER AT FARNHAM'S PALMYRA, N. Y. Right through the warm season you will be able to secure all de­ sirable WOOL AND WASH DRESS GOODS, For street or school wear. No dull times at Farnham's, The stock will be complete and the prices will please everybody. Customers in want of fashionable and durable goods, whether dress goods, Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods, staple and fancy Dry Goods or Carpets, will do the right thing to visit this, the cheapest and largest stock in this section of the state. H. Farnham, Palmvra, N. Y- H J. Breese -DEALER IN- Hay, Grain, Apples, Potatoes, &c. Also agent for first-clasa Farm Machinery and Bradley's Phosphate. West Shore & Canal Warohouso, WALWORTHSTA MACEDOff Th e ft Sun Has secured during 1892 W. D. Howells, H. Rider Haggard, George Meredith, Conan Doyle, St. George Mivart, Norman Lockyor Andrew Lang J. Chandlor Harris, R. Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain, Rudyard Kipling, William Black, W, Clark Russell, Mary E. WilkinB, Frances Hodgson Burnett and many other distinguished Writers. The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Newapapor in tho^world. Price 5c. a copy. By mail $2 a year. Address THE SUN, New York. Kipans Tabules euro dyspopsia. Kipans Tubules assist digestion. Kipans Tal lulos euro nausea. Ripans Ta ]Aues banish pain. ,

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