if. Allen Eddy Published at Macedon, N\. Y.. ' BVHJIY SATUKDAY. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. The80 rttes nicludo postage to any part of the United States or Canada. L'year (if paid in advance) Si.00 I year (if not paid in advance) 1.25 Entered in the Post Office at Macedon as sec- nri ctats wait matter Clubbing Rates. - Editor. || Wo Trill send the NEWS GATHERER /jam! any of the bolow publications for one year, both for the price named after: Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, $2.00 Demorest's Magazine. 2.55 New York World, 1.85 New York Tribune. 1.85 Saturday, Apr. 8, 1893. RAILROAD TIME TABLES OF LOCAL INTEREST. Woloott waa in Willis Roe of jtown Thursday. G. W. Gates is suffering with a severe attack of the grip N EW Y ORK CENTRAL ,, ^-.ay,*\°™*- Gilbert Gator is in Buffalo, em- j ployed in the car shops. Miss Katie Mageo gave a birthday | party last Monday evening. , E. J. Worden has moved into the \ROUTE OF THE FAST MAIL .\houso vacated by Lawronce Heath. Mrs. Arthur Westfall of Fail-port, & - HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD. Great Four-Track Trunk Line 1 Selected by the Government, in connection with the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R'y, aathe V/ith the Lake Shore it also forms the route of the Famous Wagner Vestibule CINCINNATI, INDIANAPOLIS AND ST . LOUIS, It is also the \Hew York & Chicago Limited.\ i 'ff T\ friend8 in this place ' ° I Wednesday In connection with tho Lake Shoro and Big Four,\ it constitutes the routo of the | The Good Templars will meet in \Southwestern Limited\ ;thoir'new lodge room next Tuesday evening. Miss Satie Purdy of Palmyra, vis- DIRECT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS,^™:^^' 8 P1 \ 0 ' S0VCT \' : And with tho Michigan Central R.R.formt Charles Jennings of Macedon \The Niagara FaliS ROUte\ Centre, who has been quito sick, BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST. 'was able to ride out Tuesday. AII Ti«in« arrive at and depart from An exchange announces that the GRAND CENTRAL STATION, Central railroad will now issue oue- Fourth Ave. and forty-second 8t. New York, ) la If fare tickets to clergemeu. Largcit and Finest Passenger Station In America, and 0 ' w i o _ i .. „i. tho only one in tho city of New York. S iSelson Sawyer was too much Tains leovri; Macedon np follow* [QJ . Jjj 8 GOING EAST. for 9:15 a. m. No, 34, Accommodation 1 9;15 a. m. No. GO Local Freight. 12:20 p. m No. 36, Acco'tion. 3.32 p. ni No 30 Acco'tion 5 31 p. m. *No 38 Western Express.: 7 :45 p. ni. No 20 Lyons Acco'tion. , GOING WEST ! 7:4^ a. m Buffalo Accom'tion 9:47 a. ni. * No 27 Accom'tion. 12.41 p. m. accom'tion 2:15 p. m, No 07 Local Freight. 4 05 p. m. No 21 Day Express. 7,27 p. m. No 39 Rochester Ac'n 11 05 p. in. \No 37 Rochester Ac'n •Runs Sundays. EDSON J. WEEKS, Gen'l Agt. 1 Exchange St, Buffalo, N Y. . M. TOUCEV, GEO, H. DANIELS Gen'l Supt. G. V. A. Grand Central Station, N. Y. for his father, in the fight mayor of Palmyra, Tuesday. Mrs. Harvey Brown of Rochester, [cumo on Tuesday, for a few days , visit to her sister, Mrs. John ! Hamer. , .Miss Mary E A. Holmes of ! Auburn, is spending some time with her brother, Rev. M. A. F. Holmes of this placo. The Good Templars have rented the room in the Eddy & Johnston building, formerly used as a band room and will commence fitting it up at once. Miss Emma Willits, who has been taking a course of instruction in medicine at Chicago, since Septem jber last, is expected home to-day. . . . _ _ jShe will not return until September Vwi\ S iHilnr W K ' next ; meanwhile alio has engaged to \ LUI U11UilL 11 ' | teach school in tho VanDuzei (N. Y. C. cS: II. R. R. R. Lesees.)jdistrict. TRAINS MOVING WEST The new village board met Mon- Accommodation! dll y evening aui appointed Frank '[Ripley clerk, and David Servoss ''highway commissioner. A petition 'signed by a large number of voters, 7 13 a. in Buffalo 8 05 a, m. LOOKI Fr't, via Gen Junl 3 55 p. m Uuffnlo Accommodation TRAINS MOVING EAST 7.39 a. m. \V S. Express. , ., , . ,, ,, ,,, .. , ... ,„ , waa consideied, praying for the 3.0a p. m M ny 1< r t to Newark. ' 1 J & 0.14 p. ni. Newark Accommodation appointment of David Courter for C K. Lambert, G. P. A. highway commissioner, but Mr Servoss had previously been slated. WAYXEPORT. Dan Donovan of Glovetand, was TRAINS MOVING WEST knocked out in a prize fight at 7.IS. a. m. Buffalo Accommodation Syracuse, Tuesday ovening, by Joe 8.12 a. m. Way Fr't via Gen Jet. ' Dun fee of that city. He never re 4,00 p. m. Buffalo Accommodation gulned consciousness and died the next morning. The principals have been arrested, and it is thought TRAINS MOVING EAST. 7 33 a. m. W. S. Express. 2 40 p. ni. Way Fr't to Newark (? 09 p ni Newark Accomodation Di Macedon, fi. SV 1' r. J K GIQK r 112 3ST. ~Y. Ollice hours, .S to 'J \. M , ;> lo 4 and 7 to 0 l*. >l. Sundays, b to 10 A . si. and 7 to 9 l*. M. See Harwood & Co's,, ad for a bargain in fine hosiery. The experience social held at thej Baptist church Wednesday evening, netted the ladies $22. Dr. J. W. Day of Waterloo, sent twenty trottors to Liverpool, recent ly. They will be sold there. \The Orthodox Friends held quar terly moetiug at Farmington, Wed nesday and Thursday of the past week. » Mrs. J. U. Servoss lias received a largo stock of millinery from New York and invites tho ladies to cal 1 and inspect it. Miss Eda and Master George Gallup expect to go shortly to Fort Monroe, Va., where they will spend the summer with their brother, Lieut. C. O. Gallup and wife. A West Shore fireman, by tho name of Becker, fell off his engine Thursday morning while entering the Lyons yard and received inju ries which resulted in his death. David Cramer's child suffered a elapse with the scarlet fever the first of the week, and his condition was very critical for a few days but is thought to be recovering at pres ent. A corporation has been organized at Geneva, with $200,000 capital, to build an electric railroad betwoen that place and Waterloo. They will also build a street railway in Geneva. At present it looks as if it will be proven that the Rochester coal deal ers have combined to do away with competition and raise the price of the black diamonds. They are on trial this week for conspiracy, and whilo it is evident that they are guilty, it will be hard work to prove it as the business of the trust has been conducted with precaution. Tho sittings in the church of the Good Shepherd (TJniversahst) will be free for the year ending April 1st., 1894. The pastor's salary to be raised by subscription. The trustees taking this action to moet what seems a popular demand and extend a hearty welcome to all Postmaster-General Bissell issued his executive order number ono Tuesday. The order is in effect that hereafter Axeman Maxwell shall perform his task of beheading! fourth-class Postmasters in such a noiseless manner that the falling of the heads shall make no sound. In other words, Mr. Bissell has ordered that no furthur information shall be given tho public regarding the decapitation and appointment of fourth-class Postmasters. The streets of the village are fast drying up, and will soon be in good condition-for Street Oommisioner Slocum to do some work upon them. —Monroe County Mail. So the streets in Fairport are damp. Ex cepting such times as we have had local rains, there has been no moist ure in the roads in this village for three weeks past. This comes of a judicious use of gravel in road-mak ing- A call at our that Gov. Flower will mako an example of ' Sheriff Hoxsie andi A call at our store will convince remove him. I that a R> Everson h aa a large The Monroe County Mail says: stock of Hardware at lowest pricos. The water commissioners recently I A new assortment of white-wash elected have organized with the following officers. Presidont, C. L. Peacock; secretary and treasurer, ^ _ - I T I i ' ^* Defendorf. The commission- Dr. VlOig&n L |iUlrp $ ; lers are to day perfecting their bond, DENTIST. 'amounting to $38,000. and as soon Oflice and labritory 170 Plymouth a s that is completed will begin Eddy & A Joi.'nKi h Building, Mac-'**\ 0 ™ a8ures \ There havo been edon, N. Y. Office ihiy Monday, ia number of applications for the until further notice. I position of engineer for the board, L _ I /-v • •• r , | ana 000 will soon be selected. One £Wl$ H. Gilbert, 'of tho first things done will be the I !l„ • -r - • .1 l ..i laying of a pipe under tho canal at Main street, so that this will be completed before the water is let in. It is now about the time of year that tho path-masters get out the road scrapers and drag the sand, rubbish, et al, back to tho centre of the road and insure travelers another year of mud. This year, i please invert the terms of the divisor and proceed as before; clean tho worn-out material out of the. road and then if you have no foundation left—why, build one. Tho most disastrous fire that ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR^v visited Newark occurrod Tues- a galee of wind. DENTIST. Rochester office, 02 State St. J. C. Servoss' residence, Macedon, N. Y. Office day, Wednesday, until further notice. INSURANCE. Why not have the BEST ? The largest insurance firm in Wayne County, representing 13 of tho best companies in the world. Correspon dence solicited. CLARK & KNAPP, Palmyra, N, Y J. L fhi$tkthwaite, A T LA IV, 617 Ellwanger & Barry Building, ROCHESTER, N. Y. R. The regular Communica tion of Macedon Lodge, C05, F. & A. M. will be held in their Hall, Tues- r. M., Apr. 4, 1893. By order G. P. KAISEK, W. M. P. MAOEK, Sec'y. OntcLTio G-rzLTLi.te and, J\da,7'ble ^OTTCS ONTARIO, N. Y. STUR-GIS & RISLE Y, Propr. Correspondence solicited. day night, during a gal The losers are: C. Rupert & Son, coal yard, oflice, tenoment house aud bum; J. and A. M. Dillonbeck, malt house and barn in which two horses were burned; William Conk- lin & Son, planing mill and lumber yard; George Helbert, Hooper Hotel property and barn; Jasper Hoope, giocory and dwelling; George Cook, saloon and dwelling; C. Royea, meat market; George E. Becker, hotel; Henry Baker, blacksmith shop and dwelling; William Sprague blacksmith shop; Garrett Craver, dwelling; dwelling. 875,000. Alfred Cookingham, The loss will reach and paint brushes, agricultural im plemonts, cutlery, fishing-tackle, baby carriages, carpet beaters, glass, paint, oils, 5 gallon magic oil cans &c. Village Ordinance. Notice is heroby given that after April 3d, 1893, any person or per sons caught using a sling shot, or air gun inside the corporation limits, will be dealt with according to law, By Order of Trustees. H. M. Littol, Pres. F. R. Riploy, Clerk. A small stock of wall paper which will bo closed out very cheap, at Eddy's. A load of foot stove wood wanted at this office. A fine assortment at Eddy's of those Hayden's flannels suitable for! mons' pants and vest; also for boys' clothes THE BOSTON CLOTflING Hat, Cap and Gents' Furnishing goods' store is having a wonderful trade. Stock very large, entirely new and extra choice. All say it is the clothing storo of Palmyra and Wayne county. Goods all marked in plain figuies. They have one price and that a very low one. Carpets from Howe & Rogers, at their lowest retail prices will be sold by sample at Eddy's. Come and see them. Newest and choicest pat- ems in Tapestry Brussels, sev eral varieties of Ingrain from best to cheapest and cotton chain carpetings at prices within the reach of any one able to have a rag carpet. Floor and table oil cloths cheaper'than et\ er. A Newark woman, will paper hor house with canceled Columbian pos tage stamps. Dr. Finley will return home and resume his practice, Tuesday, April, 11th. The Union school grounds are being graded and put in good order. Sixty of the inmates of tho Sold iers Home, at Bath, are taking the Keeley treatment. Burglars blow open the safe at the Canaudaigua postofriec, Sunday and secured about $1,000 in money and stamps. A. H. Briggs has been denied a pension on the ground that he is physically able to earn a livlihood at manual labor. M. 0. Finley of Palmyra, Princi pal Hawes of this place, A. H. Mc- Murray of Walworth, Freeman Pint- ler of Ontario, and Mr. Backus of this town, are ^a few of the many who have designs on tho school coramissionership. Prof. J. F. Forbes, president of the Stetson University at DeLand, Florida, has just received an endow ment from a Philadelphia gentle man, of 850,000, for the chair of philosophy. Magnolia avenue, Riverside, Cali fornia, is the finest in the United States. It is fifteen miles long, 132 feet wide, and lined by throe rows of trees, pepper, Eucalyptus, gra villia, palm and magnolia. Tho Eeater sorvices at the Univer- salist church were beautiful and im pressive. The rite of baptism in dedication was adniiuistored to the infant daughter of G. B, Anthony and wife, and to the infant son of W. J. Harp and wife. A man came in to argue with us with a club on Wednesday, but when informed that we had not arranged for club rates he went away with a dissatisfied look that|llias was pitiful to behold.— Rochester Bee. The present postofiico administra tion is carrying out civil service reform ideas—on a shutter. The axe which once was Adali's, and later beheaded his pets, is being swung by Mr. Maxwell in a way that would mako a Saginaw lumber camp turn pea green, with envy, It has not as yet been decided who will blaze the Republican trees for the axeman in this county, but postmasters about hero may rest assured that the swish of Maxwell's axe will soon be heard and their names will be Dennis or similar. As George Harp and Ansel Anth ony were bringing down a load of frames by elevator, in tho finishing rooms of the drill works, Thursday afternoon, tho rope became ontangle- ed letting tho elevator drop so sud denly as to detach the weight, which fell with such force as to pass through the floor and bury itself in the ground. Fortunately tho boys jumped from under just in time A high society event took place at Lyons, April Oth, at ; o'clock. Miss Eliza Remsen Red grave aud Charles Wood Lyman of St. Thomasvillc, La., wore marri ed at that hour at tho home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. Cole Redgrave, Rev. J. R. Hardiag, rec tor of Grace Episcopal church, ofli ciating. In deforonce to tho wishes of the groom the wedding ceremony was witnessed by none except the family. From G o'clock the rocep- tion was held which was very large ly attended, A large number of very handsome presents were re ceived Mr. Lyman is a grandson of Mrs. Catherino Lyman, of Lyons, Ontario. Rev. A. T Jennings preached his farewell sermon Sundaj' evening; at the* W. M. church, He takes with him the best wishes of the community. Stephen Kelley while sawing wood, sawed his thumb and fore finger. It is feared the thumb will have lo bo amputated. Miss Frankio Canficld of Fair- port, visited her parents last week. D. C. Field of Sodus Point, was the guest of A. J. Olevenger last Friday. It is rumored that A. J. Clark will clerk for E. II. Sentell at Sodus Point. Miss Kate Cambier friends at Joy. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Granger, a daughter April 3rd West Walworth. is visiting Wi Macedon Centre. The Epworth League gave an en tcrtainment in the M. E. church last Tuesday evening. Rev. F. C. Thompson of Fairport gave a very interesting talk soveral pieces of music were rendered by the choir after the exercises maple syrup and buscuit was served in the upper room. Mrs Mary Ransley returned last week from Rushville where she has been spending tho winter with her daughter Mrs, John Fox, Chas. Gilderslevo moved Wednes day near Newark on a farm. Charles Clark has moved in with his father to take caro of his par ents, Mr, and Mrs. Arsel Clark. The latter is almost helpless with rheumatism. Mrs. Reuben Reeves is in very poor health. Her daughter, Mrs. Hamblin is assisting in caring for her. Last Sunday, Dr, Chase of Palmyra, was called for council. A new stock of goods on sale at at Eddy's, It comprises staple and fancy goods, fancy apronings, in both white and colored, towelings, scrims, table cloths, one, an unbleah- ed linen at 32 cents per yard, and napkins, toilet spreadi, bed spreads and many other goodg, with notions, crockery and floor oil cloths, all of which are sold very cheap. Reuben Halstead, a tormer resident of this place, but now living with his son at Marion, was in town Saturday He returned Sunday, his brother. Hicks accompanying him. Among the changes that took place about here April ist, were: Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Wilbur moved to Mace don Centrej Oonrad Alles, who pur chased the Wilbur farm, took possess ion on Monday. Henry Toewe of Webster, who pur chased the W. S. Furman farm took possession April ist. Mr. T. H. DeNise moved to Fair- port on Monday. | Rumor says there is talk of H. U. King of Clifton purchasing the Jon- othan Spencer property and locating here. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. 'Reed recently of Iowa, have located at Fairport, He has purchased the barber shop conducted by George Bartlett for some years past. Although Lewis lived west for several years, he appears to have decided that his native state is the Empire state. Mrs. Reed will also open dress making rooms on South Main St. April lOth. Mrs. Dr. Frank Main of Auburn, spent last Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hoag. C. A. Stalker spent a few days reeently, with relatives at Hopewell and Farmington. M, A. Main, wife and son, of| Rochester, spent a few days this week, with their parents, M. S. Main and family. Jerome Louth of Rochester, was married to a lady of that city on Saturday last, at Fairport. They made their parents here, a short visit and returned home Sunday afternoon. The many acquaintances of Eddie Reed, lonnerly of this place, but lately ot Rochester, will be pleased to know that he is iri' the employ of Mr. Lovejoy of Buffalo, formerly of Rochester, in the manufacturing of) candies. Xioyd Foster and wife of Roches ter, were in town a few days this week. Mr. Foster has purchased the place where his mother resides. The two youngest sons of D, Bills are the victims of scarlet fever. They are under treatment by our local doctor. a Mrs. Thos. Williams, who has been in very poor health for some time, is no. better. PURDY, WE through SHALL CONTINUE next week, to give a present upon each cash sale of one dollar or more; and shall add to the presents lo be given, a nice line of glassware now on the way from New York. GENTLEMEN, come in and see our new line of HATS. New and nobby styles in Black Brown and Pearl. They are the latest. THIS WEEK, we receive a large bill of DRY GOODS. In the bill are 12 or 15 pieces of new PRINTS, and the)- arc a handsome lot too. also a few pieces of those fine Amoskeag ginghams, delicate colors, war ranted absolutely fast. SOMETHING NEW, bor dered apron ginghams A new piece of Black Goods, brocaded polka dots, very pretty 25 cents per yard. A New Stock of short pants for boys, among them \Cordu roys,\ you know they wear like iron. NEW WAISTS for Boys, the best one we ever sold (or 2 5ds> And, Oli! what a \dandy\ for 50 cents: and there will be new Curtains among these goods, 30 to 50 cents, one, a 7 foot one at 60 cents, We can't spec ify. Come in and sec. MORE OF THOSE Gents' fine Kangaroo Shoes. These are the prettiest shoe for a nobby shoe ever sold in this place; they fit like a glove and arc worth three dollars and seventy-live cents. We have another one, said to be Kangaroo, worth §3. OUR 2SIEW 50 CE]S T T CORSET received this week direct from factory; also child ren's corset waists at 32 cents. SEE THEM in our window. Last November we ordered- at cash price—to arrive this month, the largest purchase of fine Hosiery we ever bought at one time. The goods are here; and as we have always given our customers the advantage of a good bargain, we will not vary from it this time. These goods are imported and guaranteed absolutely fast black. We defy any one in this county or in any other county to beat them at the price. The 50 cent Hose are \Linen Spliced.\ Very fine and durable. Cannot be bought now to sell for tlie money- The same can be said of the 25 cent goods, ask to see them. This show is free to all, whether they want to purchase- or not. Our stock of 10 and 15 cent hose is twice the size of-any previous year. SEE OUR OUTING DISPLAY, In that Biggest show window in Wayne County. We now have over thirty pieces of these popular goods. They cost us more but will be sold to you the same as last year. On Monday, April 3rd, we were at the Whitcomb House, guesls of S, B. Teall, agent of Sweetser, I'embrook, & Co., ex- tensne importers and jobbers of New York. W e bought of him, to arrive soon, a fine line ot ladies, summer underwear, of which wc will have more to say hereafter. Also, white goods, summer dress goods, prints, ginghams, satines, challies, hand-\ kerchiefs, beautiful draperies, kid gloves, and for the farmers and other outdoor laborers we bought the best-^to sell for fifty cents— Outing shirts, we ever bought for the money. 'Tis a whole shirt in length (3 feet) and breadth. We cannot tell you all wc bought but we kept buj'- mg until we had to run to catch the late train. Wjjl tell you of their arrival soon. Electricity vs. Steam. The recent performance of tho Empire State Express of the New York Contral, which ran at the rate of ninety-five miles an hour for ten consecutive miles, haa greatly inter ested mechanical engineers end scientific men generally. This re- markable record is expected to have a very important bearing upon rail road schedules of the near future, and is especially interesting at this time, when extraordinary efEorts are being made to reduce the time between distant points by means of electricity. Until lately eighty miles, or perhaps eighty-three, had been the fastest, time made by any railroad, and this speed of ninety five miles an hour by a complete train, weighing in the neighborhood of 200 tons, and running over difforent grades, throws new light upon the question of attainable speeds, and gives some data from which to work and figure for the future. ABOUT TWO HUNDRED Rolls of tho very newest and choicest Carpets made, now arriv ing at Story's. They are perfectly elegant; thousands of yards sold every week. They are sold at less prices than you ever bought them for before. Be sure and see them; they will please you. Carpets and Mattings a specialty at Story's. M. Lipsky is ready for tho season's tr»de inth a new stock of goods, better, cheaper and fuller in its rarioui departments than ever. Call and tee his alegant new stock, Pal myra, N. Y, WE ARE READY for you on Wall Paper; the last of our fall order received this week. Prices are higher to us but the same to you as last year, io cents lor brown, 12 1-2 for white, 12 1-2 to 20 for gilt, bor ders s and lo cents per yard. —0- Thosc JAMESTOWN ALPACAS arc probably, the most ec > nomical, as iar as wearing quality goes, of any fabric mad • Wc have some £Ood s t tyles in these goods, this spring, o o o SEE our stock ol Corset waists and feather Bone Gor$et$ ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF buys a pair of ladies patent leather tip, opera st)le, »hoe, as good ns was ever sold for the money. o- The largest variety of Spring Dress Goods in town, AN ELEGANT CLOCK to the person who guesses nearest to the number of beans in the glass. For every purchase of 1 bunch Old Va. cheroots, 10c. 1 plug Piper Heidsick, 10c. 2 Peerles fine cut, 10c. you will be entitled to one guess EIGHT DAY CATHEDRAL GONG. Strikes the half hour. OUR OWN make ot BAK ING Powder is the best. Wc have made it for the last eight years and used it in our own family and defy any one to show better results with any baking powder made. Price, 25 cents per pound. PURDY'S. More ol that -20 cent Black Satine received. We will not change the brand as we can guarantee satisfaction with per fect confidence. —o— When we buy at a bargain we sell you at a bargain'; We bought a few dozen Overalls at the best bargain we have ever seen. You can have these at 50 cents. They are a bargain, sure. The firm of whom we bought., these, would sell, but 5 dozen to any one party. x —o More of those \only heaviest' cotton socks on earth. Price 15 cents and no less. (And no more) & CO.