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The Chatham Republican. (Chatham, Columbia County, N.Y.) 1886-1918, January 17, 1888, Image 1

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■ : ; .v v; V ;r. |i| ' ' SJ ■■■ ? igs; ||| gfi'f W- mm mr' ,' ' ' , wlR i ‘ ’ f : W?, /' Vr ' - r 'i -' : ' V - VOLUME 2. Business Cards. C-E. Barrett. A TTORNEY and Counselor, East Chatham, A N. Y. F. I. Park, UlENERAIi Insurance Agent, Masonic Build- v -^ ■ ing. Park Row. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Barrett, ■pTLECTROPATHIC Physicians. No. 18 Park 1 Row. Consultations free. Cx. K. Daley, A TTORNEY and Counselor at Law, and - ir *~ Civil Justice, Main street. Wm. O. Daley, A TTORNEY and Counselor at Law. Office in Morris block. Main street. Cornelius Shufelt, A TTORNEY and Counselor and Notary Pub- lie. Office in Cadman Building, Main street. McClellan & Brown, A TTORNEYS and Counselors at Law. Office -in Masonic Building, Park Row. \ Joseph. Summer TSSC^S tickets to and,from Europe for $15. L Now is the time to send for your friends from.all parts of Europe. - P. H. Garrity, TVEALER in all kinds of Flour, Feed, Seeds, JLJ Grain, Hay, Salt, etc. Masonic Building. Next door to A. J. Fellows ’ drug store. L. E. Callender., T7ASHI0NABLE HAIRDRESER. Ladies ’ \ and Children ’ s work a specialty. Room 8, Masonic Building, Chatham, N. Y. Azro Chace Hanor ■DHYaiCTAN and Surgeon. Office in the new 4 McClellan Building. Hours, 8 to 10 a . m ., 3 to 5 p . m . Telephone in Fellows ’ drug store connects with residence on Payn Avenue. F- E. Allen, -v TERMONT Marble Works, opposite Masonic V Building. Chatham. Granite and Marble Monuments, Headstones, Coping and Cemetery work of all kinds. ______________ . Chatham Steam Laundry, T ATTNDRY work of all kinds executed at 'reasonable rates. Rough dried family wash- ing a specialty. E. P. Allen, Lower Main Street, Chatham, N. Y. _______ ' ____________ Stanwix Hall, TV/TAIN street, Chatham, M, A. Harding, pro- 1YL prietor. Free ’ Bus to and from all trains. Particular attention paid to commercial men. Livery connected with house. Chas. Smith & Co., f ’ HATHAM Marble Works, manufacturers of ' every description of Marble and Granite Cemetery Work. Best of goods guaranteed at ■ j. Austerlitz street, near B. & reasenable prices, ~ — - A. R. R. crossing, Chatham, N. Y. Dr- A- M- Calkins. OURGEON Dentist. Office next door to •^ Hawley ’ s hardware store. Main street, Chatham. All work guaranteed as repre ­ sented. _______ - ______________ A. J. Fellows. TYRUGS and Medicines. A f nil line of every- L-J thins — thing belonging to a flrst-class drug store at popular prices. A share of the public pat ­ ronage solicited. Prescriptions prepared care ­ fully at the Chatham Pharmacy, Masonic Building. W. H. FLINT, UNDERTAKER, Has returned to Ms old place of business, and is ready to re ­ spond to all calls for Ms services. ‘ W ’ . j EE. « : East Chatham, If. T. BULLIS ’ LIQUOR STORE. ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, PORTER and CIGARS. 'PENNSYLVANIA AND MARYLAND WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. Main St„ Chatham, N. Y MEAT MARKET. CHATHAM, COLUMBIA COUNTY, N. Y., TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1888. NUMBER 15, Groceri es and Provisio ns. Silverware, Smyrna Rugs, Barbatine Yases, • Carpet Sweepers, Table and Pocket Cutlery. Fancy Crockery, Hanging Lamps, Yase Lamps, Pipes from 10 cts. up to $6.50, Glassware, an immense stock. I DATES, PLUM PUDDING, BUNCH RAISINS, SALAD DRESSING, BONED CHICKEN, IMPORTED CHEESE, SEEDLESS RAISINS, • ' . ENGLISH WALNUTS, CONFECTIONERS ’ SUGAR, CAPE COD CRANBERRIES. Stand Lamps Complete with Shades 98 Cents. Hubbard ’ s Flour Christian ’ s Flour St. Louis (Roller Process) |>5.75 5.75 5.00 13 lbs Granulated Sugar 18 lbs Standard A “ 15 lbs Extra C Sugar $ 1.00 1.00 1.00 Metropolitan Carpet Sweepers only 95 Cents. CASTLE CARPET SWEEPERS (Best in use) $1.72. fATER WHITE 1SS TEST OIL, 11 GEKTS IE 1 BAUM MTS. HUDSON & REYNOLDS, Ntain. Street, OliatliairL, IN. Y-. It would be to take newspaper advertisements for authority as no man can do a successful business without a profit.. Goods well Boughi are Half Sold, and 3 V 8 : C* TJ n. Buys all goods in Car Lots at manufacturers prices, enabling him to sell all kinds of thereby House Furnishing Goods at retail, at wholesale' prices and still make a profit. Black Walnut, Ciibrry, Oak and Ask L. O. KRAFFT, Cbamber ani Parlor Soils! DEALER IN Beef, Veal, Mutton, Easy ckairs, Rattan ckairs, ..... : . . .... . .... ..... ... ■ ■ . ... ..... / ‘ \ Book Cases, library Tables, . Elegant Cberry, Oak and Asb Desks, ^ Children ’ s Fancy Cbaiz^s aud Rockere, PORK, LARD, •SAUSAGE, HAM, POULTRY, Etc. Hat Hacks in Polished Woods. Main St., WHEN YOU WISH TO - Chatham, N. Y. Dining Room Furniture of all kinds. Folding Beds, Ward- Robes. and all kinds of novelty goods. In fact, everything in . . . my store will be sold before Jan. 1st, AT GASH PRICES JtSliy Or bell VirTGlIl that will make competitors tremble. Send a delegate . from every house to let us prove that what we say is true. All goods warranted, as represented. GOTO FranMin Snyder, LOCAL GARNERED IN COLUMBIA . AND JOINING COUNTIES. AD- Things Seen and Heard, in Villages and Hamlets Around about us. A Happy New Year and Gash Balance awaits all who make their purchases afc The Union Cash Store. Purchase y©wir £ri*oeei*ies of ms aad laave tlae satisfactioia of getriag tike foest that is pr odaeed. Good Raisins GHENT DEPOT, N.Y. He pays tbe Best Market Prices for Grain of all kinds. He tSeUs JE£ye Feed and can quote — The Troy police arrested nearly 4,000 persons during the past year. — Margaret Emperor, an inmate of The Rensselaer county alms house, is 108 years old. ; - ■■ . - . : — The Schodack Sunday school pupils contributed one hundred and fifty dollars to missions during 1887: —George A. Ruo, a German in Pittsfield, claims to have discovered a process by which scrap iron can be converted into cop per by a chemical process in about a day and a half! He has applied for a patent. — Barney Featherstone, of Pittsfield, has been arrested charged with aiding Lynch and O ’ Cofiner the burglars to escape from the Pittsfield jail recently. Featherstone had been serving a short term in the jail and was discharged a few days before the escape. -Booh after the discharge he pur ­ chased some fine saws and a frame at a field store, and it is supposed that it was with these saws that the sill and. window bars were cut. Rensselaer County.' SOUTH SCHODACK. Mairi Stveet, Chatham, ^ William H. Vauden burgh lost a valua ­ ble horse last week by sickness. A. Yan Buren and Mrs. Winnie have sick horses. Dr. Jones has them in charge. Wesley Knapp was taken ill last Thurs ­ day evening. Dr. Abbott attends him. The M. A. A. society met at J. I. Yan Hoesen ’ s last Friday evening, in large numbers, Frank Kipp will move into one of W. J. & C. P. Hasten ’ s houses instead of the Harder hbuse, as stated last week. Andy Welch, who fell from a train about two months ago, will start to work at his job again, as trackman, in a few days. Mrs. Henry Dawson, who has been sick for some time with erysipelas, is improving nicely under the treatment of Dr. J. M. Shaffer. It is said that there will be one or two houses erected in our village in the spring. There are plenty of fine building lots for sale here at low figures. The ice harvest has begun. Nearly all the houses are being filled with ice from nine to twelve inches thick. A number of our citizens are at work along the Hudson. George F. Corts of this place is time ­ keeper and paymaster for the Montauk Ice company, who are filling the Phibbs and Buckley ice houses below Castleton. Some of the bloods are in the pole cat trade. They must have caught over a thousand one day last week, by the indica ­ tions floating on the air when they arrived home. Miss Minnie Mann, who had been sick some two weeks with typhoid fever, died last Monday evening. Her funeral took place on Thursday from the Lutheran church at Castleton. One of our young men t hinks of having a house built this spring. It will have hot and cold water in every room, and will be supplied with electric door openers and an automatic dish washer. He thinks the Blower club will furnish him with gas. BERLIN. Dunn & Co. are filling the ice house of the Clovernook creamery with very fine ice taken from Whalen's pond. The Citizen ’ s band are arranging for an entertainment to be given during the latter part of the month. The thaw and rain of Friday, followed by the cold of Friday night, has changed the snow around here to ice. The tax collector was in town last Thurs ­ day. James Blowers has disposed of his busi ­ ness here and will move to Mechanicville. House hunting has commenced in this village. A decided lack of duelling places is felt here, Mrs. Charlotte Steward is failing rapidly under the advances of a cancer in the face. Potatoes are being marketed- again here. The price is $2- per barrel. - MUITZESKILL. P. F. has disposed of that valuable horse of his to the proprietor of the Pine Grove hotel. ----- The ladies of the Reformed .church hold a character supper at the parsonage on Wednesday evening. 4 • ' The western cyclone of Wisconsin, ar ­ rived in town on Wednesday and expects to stay all winter. r | --. v ; :; The Reformed church of this village has extended a call to the.Rev. Mr. Birdsell of Pennsylvania, , and he has accepted;it. - John W. Frye and family returned,home, Wednesday, from a two weeks ’ visit to Schaghticoke, at Mr. Frye ’ s father ’ s hoifie. EAST NASSAU. BRAINARD. ! Our post-office has been removed up to the station. ; - Meetings will continue through this week. Rev. Mr. Davis-of Old Chatham, is expect ­ ed here on Tuesday evening.; ; Monroe Burdick, who . has been 4 in the emplpy.of J. D. Tompkins for some, time . past, .moved his family here last week. : He has; gone to Wallingford,' Conn., where he i expects .to : remain for the coming season. : CASTLETON. Tliei National Batik elected the following; directors, last Tuesday: Frank P. Harder, W. C. Herrick,-Nr A; Schefmierhorh ; J. E. :Barringert James -It. Dowper*'James King- man, Charles. Downer; inspectors, Geo. H. 'Qnrfi^h, Jahqb Kimmpy. ; 'JdhhR||)owner. : The directors elected ►Frknk P. Harder' Allerton J. Hicks is on the sick list. Frank Bassett and family are all confined to the house with sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler of West Troy, were at Ripley Hunt ’ s over Sunday. Frank Hunt has sold his place to Silas Bailey. Mr., Bailey takes possession, April .first. ‘ '> H. P. Hayes turns out with a new cutter purchased of S. N. Brown &*3on, of Kin- derhook. Rev. Mr. Armatege of East Greenbush, •will preach iu the M. E. church this (Tues ­ day) evening. A. F. Clark visited the Odd Fellows lodge, of Hudson, with the Valatie lodge last Thursday evening. There will be another social hop at C. W. Goons ’ on Friday evening. Irving ’ s orches ­ tra will furnish the music. Henry B. Hayes, who has been confined to the house with rheumatism the past two weeks, is able to be out again. < The shirt shop was obliged to stop opera ­ tions a couple of days last week on account of anchor ice in the water wheel. Luther Filmore and family of Hudson, have taken up their residence in this place and expect to find employment in the shirt factory. Last Thursday* evening while C. W. Coons and wife were driving to West Leba-. non the sleigh upset, throwing both of them out. Fortunately, neither of them were hurt. Mr. Coons held on to the reins and was dragged some distance before he could stop the horse . “ The residence of George Babcock had a narrow escape from being burned last Sat ­ urday morning. It caught fire from the stovepipe, and had it not been for the time ­ ly presence of one or two men who hap ­ pened to be there at the time, it would without have been consumed. stephentown : s Apples bring $1.50 per barrel at the depot., Mrs. Dr. C. A. Chaloner is recovering from an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. Mrs. W. B. Goold is quite sick. Mrs. Ellen Marks of West Lebanon, is taking care of her. S. C. Brown is busy settling for the right of way for the Housatonic & North ­ ern railroad. John McCartney, who has been buying potatoes for a firm at Fairmount, N. Y., has been ordered to Syracuse. Why don ’ t the people of Garfield arise in their might and nip in the bud the new gin mill that is about opening there? There is not a shadow of an excuse for another rum hole'. E. B. Wheeler, sexton at the Baptist church met with a pamful accident recent ­ ly. While engaged in preparations for a do ­ nation party he struck his hand on the point of apair of shears, severing an artery and cutliug the bone. NASSAU. Mrs Margaret Shoemaker is visiting at Philmont. There were two new scholars at the Academy last week. Revival meetings were held last week in the Methodist church. All the teachers and boarders were on hand at the Academy after the vacation. Several have commenced to fill their ice houses with ice from the lake. The lax collector was- at the Nassau House last Thursday and took away con ­ siderable money. Miss Jennie Yan Salisbury and Nellie Herrick have been visiting Miss Anna Yah- Hoesen. Stanton New will work the farm of James Smith the coming year. It has been worked by the Messrs Webber for the last twenty one years. The Philomathean meeting was held at Miss Ella Kirby ’ s last Wednesday. The next meeting will be held at the Academy one week from to-morrow. SOUTH STEPHENTOWN. Mrs. A. J. Rogers is sick with a bad cold. James McGrath is suffering from an in ­ flamed hand caused by a slight scratch. Farmers are carrying their potatoes to Pittsfield for eighty cents per bushel. Howard J. Rogers of Albany, formerly of this place, and Miss Anne North Turner of New .Haven, were married in the latter city last week. Mr. Rogers graduated from Williams College in 1884 and has since been connected with the Albany Academy, Meanwhile he read law with the well- known firm of Haywood & Pruyn, and was admitted to the bar last spring. The bride is a sister of Prof. Whitney, of Yale. College, and it was at their residence on Whitney avenue the mamage took place. The groom ’ s mother, Mrs. E. A. Rogers; and grandmother, Mrs. A. J., Rogers, at ­ tended the .wedding. SOUTH BERLIN. Several cases of diphtheria are reported in town. ,, r What changeable weather. Thermome ­ ter 8 ° below zero on Thursday morning, and 40° above on Friday evening. . A donation party and oyster supper Will be held at the Christian chapel on Jan. 25, for the benefit of Rev. J. W. Stearns, A fall attendance is in. order on that occasion. Columbia County. CLAVERACK. GARFIELD! Albert Cross is slowly recovering. Revival-meeting-are being held in . the Presbyterian chinch. , Potatoes are selltog at $2. per barrel; .but ­ ter, 25 cents per pound; eggs, 25 cents a dozen. . — Atlanta ’ Constitution, (Dem. 1 ) : ‘ 'When the 1 so-called leaders of sthe Democratic party- began to .'show a disposition to tinker, with,, the tariff, there was. a. large Democratic question' is,; ‘ will there be any Democratic niaioritvjitV '* majority at all in the next congress .\ 4 The outlook is gloomy. ” / U . r ’ — ------ ♦ ---------- Miss Anna G. Rivenburgb spent Sunday with her family, in Clermont. \ Frank VanDeusen, ,of New Concord is in town visiting bis uncle, Mr. Joel Parsons. Misses Kate and Marne Bristol are spend- ' ing a few days at Canaan Four Corners with old acquaintances. . . Those interested in bob riding will haye to look out for the eclipse to appear in a few days. Boys, Charley means you! Arthur Gaddis, who has been working' in Ghent for the past year has returned to work for his old employer Mr Henry Sei- pel in this village. ' ' * . ' Charles Shaw last Saturday took his little two-year-old daughter to Albany where 3 skillful physicians pronounced thedisorder congesion of the spinal cord. The little girl will have to wear a miniature plaster pf Parisjacket. A turnout belonging to the Rev. Mr, Lane and driven by his son, Clarence, turned the corner at the Post Office a little too suddenly on Thursday and crashed into the trees bordering the walk considerably damaging the sleigh. Fortunately nobody was hurt. ' ' J Last Thursday evening a team belonging: to Walter Coons, of Hudson, and driven by John Troy .who was on his way to a clance at Hollowville, ran away. No damage was done. The horse made his way safely with the cutter to the Central' house sheefs without breaking anything. The young men of pur village have ar ­ ranged a finely iced toboggan slide on the- hill in the eastern part of the village and have lights arranged at intervals, nicely lighting their slide. Instead of toboggans they have capacious bobsleds. The slide is well patronized. ; ' - Our predictions of last week were parti ­ ally correct, as there have been a fe w slight ­ ly injured at the bob slide. Edward Mans ­ field mistook his face for a hand sled with ­ out apparently noticing the difference until the cuticle was pretty well worn through, Abper Mansfield ran into an empty bob sled and received quite a contusion hear the base pf the skull. A colored man of Philadelphia gave a very interesting lecture in the M. E; church on Tuesday evening last, on the past pre- • sent and future of the colored people of the' South. . He delivered a very fine discourse - i considering the limited educational advan ­ tages he had enjoyed — five days in a dis ­ trict school. The singing of himself and son was exceptionably fine amhadded much to the interest of the occasion. 1 ■ ■ till ■ - ■■ •• . M ELLEN VILLE. Nearly all of the dwellings of the Yalley mills new block are already rented. Mrs. Leestadtof West Ghent, called oh her daughter, Tina, last week. Mrsr Mary Pierce has! been on the sick! ; list the past few days, but is about again. Mrs. Felts and her daughter, Maggie; have been quite ill the past week, but are now improving. Joe Scbriber has engaged to work for S. D. Miller & Son^ in the wash-room of the Wellington mills. Mrs. Maria Poucher will, one of these mornings, wake up in her own house, as it is nearing completion. The New Year cards that* Rev. A. Stephens has been distributing among his congregation are very handsome ones. Mr. M. W. Thompson, our village scbool- nfaster, was presented w?tb a purse pf by bis numerous friends'in Mellenville and Philmont recently. Charley Williams, our village butcher, intends to bnild a meat market on grounds leased of William Horton. We expect to-' see a model market, as Charley is bound to keep up with the times. - V O. C. Gilbert, who was a slave in Mary ­ land prior to the late war, gave a very in ­ teresting lecture in the basement of the Re ­ formed church Monday evening of last week. His subject was the “ Past and Present Progress of the Freedmen and their Schools.” A plantation hymn was sung by Mr. Gilbert and his son. ” ■■ WEST TAGHKANIC. Mrs. G. J. Cole is on the sick list. Walter McDarby is suffering from a se ­ vere cold. ■ • ’ : v V R. H. Myers spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Snyderville. \ Philip Yah Tassel! of West Copake, was the guest of S. Weaver last week. Miss Josie Secor of Hudson, is bfeing en ­ tertained by Mrs. Robert Carle. : Herbert. Williams and_ 8 isters spent Sat- urday and Sunday with Red Hook friends. Perry Decker, who . has been visiting Philmont friends for a time, has returned home. i : : '- v ' •; Miss Emma Weaver; who has been vis-. Iting Copake friends for a few weeks, has returned home. . , . Homer Magley of Hillsdale .and .Dewey Decker of Astorville, were , the guests .of , ^ Frank W. Decker a portion of last week- Mr. and Mrs. J. Decker, Mr. and Mrs, J; Carle and Mrs. M. A. Carle were the : - guests of Mr, and Mrs. S. Carle,, Thursday. - ' m HILLSDALE. E. Loomis and wife are.back after a pro ­ longed visit to their son at Cortland, N. Y. - Tax collector TenBroeck will be at the, _ Hillsdale House today and at Mt.- Washing ­ ton hotel bh Jan. 31. „ Presbyterian donation party Jan. 25, at Union Hall, with a contemporaneous enter ­ tainment in the church.. . F. T. Herder died r at his home, at Copake lake last Tuesday, after ah jllness of several ' * TTi'rmtli a ■fiTn«aT'Ql r 'ooT*Trir*&<S''VTf/nt*£x _ >*viiW_ months. The funeral services were ' con- ducted Thursday byrReV.' ; D.\Phihp 3 J£Tha interment was at the'Rural cemetery, .. ! GERMANTOVyN. . , 3 - EiMS ~ . >p?e3identv^W.i 4 'C>;Henitk; i)i vice.-president 1 ' -- — Tulip/ -$4 SS^per box- of ; 100 bars}at. W; ; -D.;'UnrrisVbrhee 4 be\' • -*• ahdJamesR. I^pwnercashier. Kinne's. - bars fpr 25 cents. ' • ... * ’ :. - - : ' ■ - \ . . ' ' • -'V » 4,1 ■: -•/-:>■ . v4 i.-j tSsi M m * 1

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