THE SBI^EOA COUNTY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SB PTEMBER 6, 1899. Seneca County Journal SE N E C A F A L L S , N. Y. 7he best Advertising; Medinm in the County KODAKS!! DO YOU SEE THAT ROLL? take twelve pic tures in quick suc cession. Now is the right time to buy a Kodak or a Camera and take photographs right on the spot, not wait until ne.xt so. We sell East man’s Kodaks f,S ' other cameras which we can sell at a discount, but we could not sell Mrs. Mary J. Weaver, of Batavia, the temperance evangelist will speak in Juninsnext Sunday morning,Bridgeport Tuesday afternoon- and evening, Seneca Falls Wednesday afternoon and even ing, Varick and Komulus Thursday and Friday. The wholesale dealers in coal ad vanced the price 26 cents per ton on all sizes September 1st. The retail deal ers have followed the market. The present prices of coal in Seneca Falls are as follows: egg, stove and nut S5.10 per ton in yard. Pea size $4.10 per ton in yard. La Pearl’s circus gave two line perfor mances under canvas at Lawrence park, Friday last and all who attended felt fully repaid for their outlay. The circus was one of the best seen here in years and deserved the large attend ance which greeted it. The balancing acts were especially good. Three hay stacks were burned Thurs day night on the Easton farm, southeast of the village. They were owned by f E,astman’s ^eorgc Sullivan, who is at present Kodaks to working the farm. Nothing is known the ^^iace ‘ Eastman would posod to have been the work of tramps, not allow us to do The hay was insured for $300. so. Why? Be- well worth the Call at the Central Drug Store and see them. Central Drug Store, - 75 Fail St. The usual crowd celebrated the holi day Monday at the lake. The Geneva races are in progress this week. To morrow is the last day. A. Clark Dixon was appointed post master at Border City in this county last week. The initiatory degree was conferred by Towlmtan lodge I. 0 O. F. last Fri- d.ay evening. Tlie employes of Littlejohn Brothers, will have an oxcur.tion to Lyons, Satur. day of this week. An Exciiangc says there are three ways to circulate news: Telephone, telegraph, teiawoman. A very pleasant dancing party was given by a number of young people in Father Mathew hall last evening. There were more hunters than ducks along the Sciieea river Friday, Septem ber 1st, when the open season began The various towns in the county were well represented at the Republican county convention held in this place Saturday. Thomas Doran of Sackett street fell from a hay loft in the barn on his pl.ace Friday and struck on liis left side fracturing a rib. Henry Shirley was arrested Monday, on a warrant for non support of his family. His examination was set down for this morning. The Seneca Falls ManuLicluring Company will have an exhibit of its products at the coming export exposit ion in Philadelphia. John Wilkinson was arrested for in toxication Monday. He pleaded guilty before Justice t'oons and was lined throe dollars which he paid. A Democratic county convention has been called to meet in Romulus Sep- tomhor StUli, when tlio choice of the bosses as to candidates will be ratilicd. The store of Myer Todtman was closed yesterday and remains closed to-day in honor of the feast marking the beginning of tho Jewish Now Year. Hemembor the concert of the Musi cal-Literary Club at Fytliian hall on Friday evening of this week. Tickets 25 cents. No reserved seats. Every one invited. Edward Anderson has liled a claim for damages against the village on account of being thrown from a tvagon and injured Avhilc driving over a high cross walk a few days ago. Fire destroyed the eating house and building just across the New York Cen tral tr.acks at Cayuga, last night. Tho buildings were old landmarks but they will not bo seriously missed. Montgomery Balsey has been chosen delegate and Charles Collis alternate to attend the annual nictting of tho state assembly A. F. 1. U., to be held in Geneva, September 12th .and 13th. The village schools opened yesterday with a full attendance of teachers and pupils all refreshed by the long s mor vacation and ready to take up their duties with renewed zeal and energy. The board of education met last even ing and appointed John Iloey truant officer at a salary of fifteen dollars a month. Several bills were audited but no other business of importance was transacted. The temperature suddenly dropped Sunday night, and Labor day, while it was warm in the sunshine, indoors it seemed chilly and damp. In the even ing overcoats .and wraps proved very acceptable. People who drop letters into the post- office bearing neither an address or stamp should not kick if they arc not properly delivered. The postal officials are not mind readers or gifted with second sight. Now that tho Republican county ticket has been placed in nomination . the lleveillc will as usual, without any regard to truth or decency, abuse every candidate on the ticket from now until election. Tho steam heating apparatus of John son opera house is being bettered, scats are being placed in tho gallery, the scenery repainted and numerous improvement made in preparation for the opening of the season. Tho farst show will be Hi Henry’s Minstrels who are booked to appear September 15th. At a meeting of the board ot trade held last Wednesday evening L. E. Nunnold, John H. Crowell and E W. Addison were appointed a committee to see the leaders of both political parlies in the county and endeavor to secure for Seneca Falls merchants a larger share of tlie county house patronage. A term of supremo court for the trial of equity causes will convene in Ovid, Monday, September 11th, IIoii. Charles C. Dwight presiding. Only three cases have been noticed for trial as follows: Elizabeth H. P. Hatch vs. Daniel W. Hosier as executor of the will of Henry Iloster deceased; Daniel Moran as re ceiver vs. Alary E. Viele and others; Mary A. Currier vs. Mabel A. Fox and others. ______________ The old brick building on lower Fall street opposite the Partridge bank is being torn down. It was built nearly seventy years ago and has been used for various purposes since. For many years it was occupied by the American Express Company. Some time ago a portion of the east wall fell find the building has been in a dangerous condition since. It belongs to the estate of the late D. B. Lum. The town board met last evening in the office of the town clerk to designate the polling places for the election this fall. In the first district no agreement reached, the board being equally divided between Richards’ Barber shop and the vacant store in the Sharp build ing. The other places wore named as follows: second district, White’s bar ber shop; third district, Silsby Hose house; fourth district, Martin Phalon’s store; fifth district, Cuddeback build ing; sixth district, Mrs Armstrong’s. La Pearl’s circus was seized at Naples, Ontario county Saturday night by De puty Sheriff Stubbs of Genova, and brought back to that place Sunday morning. The show was then turned over to the creditor who had brought tho action and ho at once proceeded with it to Peru, Indiaria where it will be reorganized. Many of tho employees had not been paid and a large number of stranded performers and the band were loft in Geneva, where a benefit performanne was given by them in the opera house Monday evening. The re plevin proceedings were begun in this county. Postmaster General Smith has issued an order notifying postmasters and tho general public that the words “Private Mailing Card,” printed on printed matter or cards, which do not conform to the conditions prescribed by .the de partment, provided for by the act of Congress of May 18, 1898, is unauthor ized and the cause of much confusion in tho mails, and that the use of these words on matter that does not conform to the conditions of tho “Private Mail ing Card” is held to render such mat ter unmailable. Under the regulations these cards must not exceed three and three-fourths inches by five and one- half inches. Advertisements in colors may be printed on tho card, but tho ad dress must be clear and distinct. W ednesday morning of last week a boatman discovered a human foot, badly decomposed and encased in a leather shoo, ffoating in the canal a short dis tance west of Mudlock. He informed the lock tender Edward Whitlock who notified Constable Newby, who in com pany with Coroner Peterson of Water loo, secured the foot and brought it to Undertaker Sanderson’s rooms giving him instructions to bury it. It will be remembered th.at in December last the body of Daniel Lyon was taken from the canal at Seneca Falls minus the loft foot and a portion of the leg. The foot recently found supplies that whicli was missing in December, and had the ap pearance of having been in tho water a very long time. It is said that this theory was entertained by Coroner Peterson, of Waterloo, who presided at the Lyon inquest, after examining the recent find. A period, or rather tho lack of one caused quite a sensation in this village yesterday afternoon, giving rise to the story that George Lester, who is an torney in New York city and a son of Dr. and Mrs. Elias LestdT of this place, had been shot and killed. Happily it proved false but his family here suffer ed a severe shock in consequence of the carelessness of some one. Shortly after noon Dr. Fred Lester received fro clerk in the law office, .a dispatch word ed as follows: “Mr. Mettler accidently shot and killed George just heard the news.’’ There were no punctuation marks and naturally the conclusion was reached that George had been tho vic tim of an unfortunate accident. Anxi ous for further particulars Dr. Lester wired at once to obtain them and i received word that it was George’s part ner, Mr. Mettler who had been killed on a hunting expedition up the Hudson. This intelligence though sad was a great relief to Mr. Lester’s family and many friends here. Personals. —Miss Maud I. Stowell is visiting in Roche.ster. —Miss Delia Webster was in Roch ester Saturday. —Thomas McGovern was in Balti more last week. —Charles Yawger spent a few days in Ithaca last week. —Miss Nellie Sanderson is visiting friends in Syracuse. —Miss Mina Eastman is visiting relatives in Buffalo. —A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs Thomas Clary. ■ —Alderman Prank Matty of Syra cuse was in town Tuesday. -—Mrs. G P. Rogers and son Roy, were in Rochester Saturday- —Miss S. A. Martin expects to leave for Bennington, Vt , next week. - James Wayne is recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever. —Fred Blaine ot Boston, is the guest of 11. J. Eobei'ts on Slate street. —Claude G, Sanderson attended the fair at Toronto, Canada yesterday. —Rev. A C. Clarke of Manlius, officiated in Trinity church Sunday. —Miss Mary H. Fairchild returned to her home in Brooklyn Saturday. —Miss Marion Zuchario expects to leave to-morrow for New York city. —Miss Blanche Daniels spent a few days with friends in Farmer last week. —Miss Jessie Pratt spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Rochester. —Miss Grace Eniens of Bearytown is attending school in MJ nderse Academy. —Miss Margaret McGuire returns to her school duties in Rochester, to-mor- —Dr. Harry Belcher of Buffalo, lias been spending a few days with friends •Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Palmer are spending a couple of weeks in Newark, •Miss Laura Gay left Monday to re sume her duties ns teacher at Albion, Daniel E. Mott of Utiea, was tho guest of his brother, James Mott last —Miss Jane K. VVeatlierlow of Al bany, is visiting at her home in this village. •Miss Soarls of Fayetteville, ex pects to open a kindergarten school here soon. —Misses Janet and Lucy Latham have returned from a visit with relatives in Auburn. —Miss Amy Dunning of Auburn, has been visiting Miss Cora Gould on Cayuga street. —Mrs. Grinnell of Aurora is visiting her daughter Mrs. L. A, Ostrander on Cayuga street. -Rev. .James O’Connor of St. Pat ricks church has returned from a visit to New Jersey. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Larzelerc of Schenectady, were in Seneca Falls over Labor day. —Mrs. George A. Waller and danghtcr Miss Katlieriuc returned Fri day from Geneva. Mrs. George Gascoigne and Mrs. Klock spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Ontario. •Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton of Auburn, were the guests of Miss Ther esa Ilulby recently. —Edward Tobin of Jersey City, N. J., was the recent guest of relatives and friends in town. —W. J. Hodges of Maple street in tends to start for Texas in about three weeks on his bicycle. —William J Mack in who has been severely ill with malarial fever is re ported as much better. ■Miss Ethel Slauson of Genova, the guest of Miss Margaret Micks Thursday of last week. —Mr. and Mrs. James T. McGuire and child, spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Geneva. —Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Hall and son of-Rochester, have been visiting at Mrs. Norcoll’s on State street. - Mrs. Son and daughter, Miss .Julia Son, have returned from a visit with friends ill Pennsylvania. •Mrs. John H, Caillalian of Roches ter, is visiting her sister Mrs. 11. B. Finnegan ot Barker street. —Mrs. Jane Brown of Trnmansburg, is visiting at the home of Mrs. D. E. Campbell on Clinton street. -Ex-Supervisor Samuel Odell of Auburn, who has been visiting friends here, has returned to his home. —Mrs. A. A. Seagravo, who has been visiting Chns. Wayne left Tues day for Cornwall, on the Hudson. —Mrs. Dr. Lewis and sister, Miss Youngs of Owego, were guests at T. J. Y'awger’s on Cayuga street Friday. - Professor Raleigh of Syracuse, who has boon the guest of Dr. Medden for a week,returned to his home Saturday. Mrs. Arthur Seokell of Union Springs has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Mosher in this village. Miss Caroline Lester returned Monday to Scotlsville, Monroe county where she will teach again this year. —G. F. Ahrens left Thursday on a trip to Chicago and St. Louis in tho in terest of the American Fire Engine Co. ■Cornelius Sullivan and William Muldoon, who are working in Utica, were home to spend Sunday and Mon- -Mr. L. Thompson of Rochester, was tho guest of his sister Mrs. W. F. Hosier on East Bayard street over Sun- •—H. A. Wells of Batavia, has been in town for a few days in the interests of tho American Fraternal Insurance Union.- —Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tirrell and amily and Mr. and Mrs. James Maltby nd daughter are camping near May’s —Mrs. Wells Hornbeck of Lyons, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Cudde- baek, corner of Hoag and Chapin streets. — Mrs. II. M. Snellgrove and chil dren, who have been visiting hero, returned to their home in fcJyracnse Monday. —Nathaniel S. Garling, D. D. S.. loft yesterday for Ithaca whore ho will practice his profession. He expects to enter into partnership with a well known dentist of that city. He is a competent and skillful workman and his many friends hero wish him success. —Miss Alice Stover and Miss Addie Ball of Auburn, who have been camp ing at the lake have returned to their respective homes. — George Larzelore, E. E. Waldo and Barnabas Newby attended the re union of the Engineer brigade at Corn ing Thursday last. —Mrs. L. R. Sanford returned Wed nesday evening from Saratoga, where she was called a few days before by the illness of her niece. —Charles C. Johnson and his mother Mrs. Ann Johnson returned home Sat urday from Nantuckett, Mass., where they spent the month of August. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hill, who have been visiting Mrs. Hill’s mother, Mrs. John Ilamill, south of the village, returned to their home in Albany Mon- —Miss Maude Sutton, who has been visiting Mrs. J. A. Pollard on Bayard street will leave to-morrow to resume her dnties as teacher in the Brooklyn public schools. — Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Southerton, and Mrs. M. E. Crofoot and son Willis, of Syracuse, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E . C. Sanderson on Mynderse street. ’ —Rev. J. W. Saphore and family, who have been visiting Mrs. Saphore’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Camber in this village, returned to their home in Syracuse last week. —Miss Grace I. Williams of West Shelby, Orleans county, arrived in town Saturday and assumed her duties as teacher of science in Mynderse Academy yesterday. —Rev. Arthur Copeland will read a paper at the Auburn district Methodist conference, now in session at Rose, Y., on “The Obligation of the Church to Her Schools.” —John C. Davis, secretary of the Seneca Falls Mfg. Co., left Sunday evening for Philadelphia to-take charge of the company’s Machinery Exhibit at the National Export Ex position, which opens on the 14th and closes Novem ber 80th. Mrs. J. M. Guion and Mrs. A. M. Shepard left for Philadelphia, Friday, whore they are attending the national encampment of tho Woman’s Relief Corps which is being held in that city this week. is.—Cyrus Garnsey, Jr., formerly of this village, has resigned as assistant comptroller of the Kansas City system of railroads, and purchased an interest in the Galloway Coal Co. and tho Pat terson Transfer .Co., of which he will be general manager, secretary and treas urer. This new position is a very responsible one which he will no doubt fill most acceptably. Mr. Garnsey has been in the railroad business in tho west for the past fourteen years and has been very successful. Everett-Depew. The marriage of Harvey C. Everett and Miss Nellie Pearl Depew will be ^ solemnized at tho homo of the \ bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Depew this afternoon at two o’clock. Tho cer emony will be performed by Rev. Arthur Copeland of the Methodist church, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett will depart on tho 3:19 train for a brief wed ding trip. The JouKNAi. joins with the many friends of the young couple in offering congratulations and best wishes. Bee K e e p e rs Picnic. The 33d semi-annual meeting and picnic of tho Seneca County Bee- Keeper’s Association will be held at Elm Beach, three miles east of Hayt Corners on Cayuga lake, Wednesday, September 13, 1899. The program is as follows: Music; president’s address, Fred S. Emens; “Bees and Clover,” John W. Spencer, Cornell University; “Organization in the State,” W. F. Marks, Chapinville, N. Y . ; question box, conducted jby Harry L. Howe, Ithaca, N. Y ., “Marketing Honey,” Ira Wilson, followed by C. J. Bald ridge; “Cause of Winter Losses,” W. S. Coggsliell, followed by J. C. How ard. Fred S. Emeus of Fayette, is president and C. B. Howard of RomuT lus, N. Y., secretary of the association. MISS ANN CnOSKY, died Sunday at tho home of Robert Sellcry on Toledo street, at the age of seventy-six years. Tho deceased was born in Ireland and bad lived in this country about thirty years. She was a cousin of Mr. Sellery and a sister of tho late James Crosby of this village. The funeral service was held yesterday morning at nine o’clock at St Patrick’s church. CIIAKUOTTE r . GOOLD. The sudden death of Mrs. Charlotte P. Gould, wife of Assemblyman Moses C. Gould, of this place, Monday morn ing, was very sad and a great shock not only to her immediate family but to all those who have known her dur ing the long period of her residence here. The cause of her death was ne uralgia of the heart from which she has sulTered at times for a number of years. Until Sunday she was apparently in good health but during the day she began to feel ill and grew rapidly worse until midnight. Dr. F. Lester was hastily summoned and did his ut most for her relief, but his skill was in vein, the patient sinking rapidly until death ended her suffering with the dawn and she entered into that new life where rest is found. The deceased was born at Northampton, Mass., forty nine years ago. She was a woman of noble character, tender and considerate of others, devoted to her family and home and her death will bring sorrow to a wide circle of loving friends who found pleasure and enjoyment in her companionship. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Charles, of the Gould Drug Co., and Warren, who is employed in the Exchange National bank and one daughter, Ethel. Her other surviving relatives are two brothers, Frank and Warren Pearsall of Watkins, and one sister, Mrs. Adrian Onderdonk of Brooklyn. The funeral services will be held at the house this afternoon at three o’clock, Rev. H. Grant Person officiating, with in-- torment in Restvale oemetary. Over a Ion of school stock jnst re ceived at Wayne’s bookstore. Republican County Convention. Pursuant to call, the Republican county convention was held in Johnson opera house, Seneca Falls, Satui’day. The meeting was called to order by J. B. H, Mongin, chairman of the county committee, who named the Hon. David H. Evans, of Tyre, for temporary chairman. On motion, E. M. Eumsey and P. M. Illick were chosen temporary sec retaries and tellers. The names of the delegates from the several towns were called, and after several substitutions, the following was adopted as tho roll of the conveu- J dnius — Wm. H. Godfrey, F. Mar- hall, Chas. Gridley, J. W. Sti-ang, llarence VanWinkle. TriiE—^W. H. VanCleef, O. W. Marsh; W. D. Hill, 0. J. Anderson, L. B. Smith. W atebloo —J.B. H. Mongin, Joseph S. Barnes, J. W. Chamberlain, J. Chas. Fillingham, I. G. Gregory. S eneca E aebs —H. M. Glen, E. P. VanBenschoten, E.M. Eumsey, Arthur McGuire, Israel Y. Larzelere. F ayette —^A. J. Frantz, Frank Yost, M. F. Garnett, Arthur D. Sweet, F. V aeick —Fred Lisk, W. H. Dutcher, Geo. Yost, G. Bergstresser, - Geo. Buckley. EoiruiiTis—G. B. Bristol, Bergen VauNostrand, Oscar B. Yaruell, H. T. Covert, John J. Mahoney. O vid — Francis C. Allen, Seymour Horton, James O. Brewer, Lewis C. Jewell, Lester S. Patterson. CovEET—^D. S. Bappleye, W. H. Foote, D. 0. Bassette, H. D. Colo, Artliur Smith. L odi — Henry Peterson, Frank C. Townsend, P. V. N. Bodine, Michael McEvoy. On motion the temporary organiza tion was made the permanent organi zation. On motion of Francis 0. Allen, the convention proceeded to ballot for member of assembly. There were fifty ballots cast, of which Israel Y. Larzelore received 39, Theodore Yan- Riper 10 and Hon. D. H. Evans 1. Mr. Larzclere’s nomination, on motion, made unanimous, n motion, tho convention pro ceeded to ballot for county treasurer. There worej^six ballots, with the follow- ing'rosnlt: A. S. Parish, 20-21-24-25-25-28. W. H. VanCleef, 15-15-15-15-15-15. Malcolm Love, 12-14 11-10-10- G. J. W. Strang, 3 Blank. !• Mr. Parish’s nomination was made unanimous. On motion, tho delegates proceeded to ballot for superintendent of tho poor, Ogden Wheeler receiving 40 votes and W. W. Wheeler 10. The nomination was made unanimous. On motion, a candidate for school commissioner was voted upon, D. G. B. Bristol receiving 31 votes, U. G. Stout 16, Wm. Bumpus 2, and Malcolm Love 1. Tho nomination of Dr. Bristol -was made unanimous. On motion, the secretary was em powered to cast a ballot for Dr. Geo. W. Clark for coroner for the north jury district. ^For tho south jury dis trict there were two candidates, Dr. J . J. McNulty receiving 41 votes and Dr. 0. B. Keyes 9. Dr. McNulty’s nomi nation was made unanimous. Tho county committee was em powered to fill any vacancies. The several towns announced their county committeomen for tho ensuing as follows: Junius, J.W . Strang; Tyi-e, H. H. Woodworth; Waterloo, J. B. H. Mongin; Seneca Falls, H. M. Gloii; Fayette, W. L. Sweet, 2nd; Varick, 0. B. Dennison; Eomnlus, J. J. Mahoney; Ovid, F. C. Allen; Lodi, Henry Peterson; Covert, D, S. Rappleyo. P. V. N. Bodine offered a series of resolutions which, on motion,, was re ferred to a committee of throe to be appointed by the chair. Tho chair appointed F. C. Allen, Henry Peter son and W. H. VanCleef. The committee retired and after due dcliborntion appeaa’cd and rend its report, whereupon the convention voted to refer tho resolutions, which referred to the manner of holding and conducting primaries, to tho county committee with instructions to report at the next county convention. On motion, tho convention adjourned sine d ie. ___ ^ ___ In The Churches. CONGnEGATIONAL. Subject for Thursday evening prayer meeting “A Call to Reverence.” Subject for pastor’s sermon Sunday morning, “ Neglected People-” This will be the last Sabbath morning’s dis course. Subject for Endeavor society “An Early Christian Endcavorer”, leader, Mr, Charles Babcock. There will be a union meeting with tho Junior society. METHODIST. Next Sunday will be the 4th quarterly meeting. Sabbath Love Feast at 9 :30 A. M., followed by Holy Comrctunion at 10:30 with sermon by Presiding Elder, Rev. F. F. Keeney of Auburn. Preach ing at night by Rev. Arthur Copeland. Quarterly conference on Saturday evening; All subscriptions to the church nevolence are now due ami should be paid by Sundayuiext. Two weeks from next Sunday will be the last one of Mr. Copeland’s past orate in this c'hurch. Confo.’enco at Elmira opens September 27th. A fight ocenred yestorday aff-ernoon in front of Martin Phalon’s saloon, and those engaged in it fell against the win dow breaking a large pane ot glass. A warrant was at once sworn out for the arrest of the guilty parties. A new musical society was; organ ized in Pythian hall last weiok with H. D. Knight aa president and E. L. Bowell as secretary and treasurer. Another meeting will be held next Tuesday evening at which a. naane will be decided on. It is desire d that all persons desirous of joining bo present at that time. The cantata of The Holy City by Gaul will be taken up for the winter’s stndy. ________ The testimonials (vol«mtary)i which Prnden receives from his enstonaera from the cities proves bi^. work to be up to date. Waterloo. There was but one burial in Maple Grove cemetery during August. The free library of the Historical Society was reopeued yesterday. Frank Whitehead has been chosen director of St. Paul’s vested choir. Miss Edna Buttery left for Boston, Monday where she will take a course of study in music. O. C. Cooper and wife expect to move to Watkins where Mr. Cooper has a position on the Watkins Review. Owing to the receipt of another large order from the government tho AVooIen Mills are still working with a full force of operatives. The art loan exhibition given by the ladies of the Baptist church last week was a most successful affair and netted the society a snug sum. Seneca lodge F. & A. M., will begin i's regular communications next Mon day evening, when the fellowcraft degree will be worked. Dr. J. W. Day left for lower Sara nac lake in tlie Adirondaclis Monday evening. He is looking for a suitable location to establish a sanitarium. Sidney Kuney of this village and Miss Edith McMillan of Romulus, were married Wednesday last at the home of the bride, Rev.'Wisner Kiiine ollici- Rev. Mr. Sanford will deliver Ins celebrated lecture on “Lean Kine,” Friday evening of this week, Septem ber 8th, for the benefit of the Epworth League. Jeremiah Galinu of this village, who was a member of Company Ii„ 148tli N. Y. V., was' elected one of the vice presidents of the assoGialion at the Geneva reunion Thursday. Mrs. Mary J. Weaver of Batavia, will deliver a temperance Icctnro under the auspices of the W. C. T. U., in the Presbyterian church next Monday evening. Lecture will begin at 7 ;30. All are cordially invited to be pi’cseiit. Prizes were awarded as follows Fri day evening, at the b.aby show which was held in connection with the art loan exhibition: first prize, the child of Benjamin Fegloy; second, that of Charles Birch; third that of Wesley Brown. The receipts of Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue McArthur for Au gust were as follows: documentary stamps $175,08, tobacco $59,40, cigars $283,50, spirits $19,2.58,58, making a total of $19,776 46 The aggregate amount received in a little less than a year is $500,792.43. The Waterloo Observer and Demo crat have been consolidated under the management of the Ferenbaugh’s wlio have conducted the Democrat for the past year or more. The paper which will be known as llie Waterloo Obfer- ver and Democrat will be issued Fri day of each week eoinmoneiiig Septem ber 8ih. The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Carman, granddaughter of Solomon Carman of Waterloo, and Rev. II. L. Gaylord of Cleveland, Ohio, occurred at Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, at high noon Tuesday of last week, Canon Hall officiating. The bride w.as ac companied by her aunt, Mrs. Bradley W. Fenn of Rochester. Frederick Brehm fell down the stair way in the corporation building, Mon day evening, dislocating his left elbow and sustaining a compound fracture of tho forearm. Both bones protruded and the hand was pushed back over the arm. Although it is a mo.st serious mishai), Drs. Clark and Bellows re lieved the sufferer and they hope to save the injured member.—News. Charles Broadhead of Fayette, drove into town with a buggy Saturday even ing and tied hie horse in front of his father’s house in Center street Not long afterward the rig was missing and it was found that a ten year old boy, named Joe Burns, nicknamed “Klon dike,” had untied the horse and ap propriated the rig for a ride. lie started toward Geneva, but concluded to turn about after proceeding some distance toward tli.it place. It was said that he droyc quite furiously and raced with the street cars. The lad finally arrested by Officer Frank Anthony, who turned him over to tlie safe keeping of Sheriff Clark. The horse was returned to its owner. After being shut np a wliile in jail, the boy was released on account of his lender C o u n ty . The Trumansbiirg fair is in progress this week. Mfss licna Stone of New York, is visiting her mother in Romulus. A large amount of fruit is being shipped from station.^ along the Lehigh in this county. John W. Bow of Romulus, is travel ing in the interest of a Clevejand oil refining company. The net proceeds of the annual fair and picnic of Holy Cross church of Ovid, were ,$350. The social to be given by the ladies of the Baptist church of Ovid, has been postponed until September I3tli. The Seneca Canning company Farmer, has commenced putting corn and tiie apple evaporators have also begun operations. Joseph Newman of Elmira, and Miss Bertha Swick of Farmer, were married at the home of A. E. Wolton in Elmira, Wednesday, August 30th. The annual meeting of the Whittier Library Association of Lodi, for the election of officers, etc., will be held the reading room this evening. A ball and festival were given for tho beneht of Millers Cornet band of Farm er, last evening, in C. S. Holton’s n cold storage building in that place. George D. VanKirk of Farmer, has designed a new burial casket which is said to be favorably received by the trade. It is being manufactured by Syracuse firm. The marriage of Harry M. Covert of Farmer and Miss Hattie L. Fansette of Covert, was celebrated Wednesday, ceremony being performed in the I list church at 4 p . si Robert Tucker, a Lehigh brakeman was caught between the cars belonging to La Pearl’s cirens last Thursday, at Ovid, and seriously injured. It is thought that be will soon recover. The work of harvesting the grape crop in the south part of the couniy will begin this week. It is said that the grape growers are experiencing some difficulty in getting a sufficient number of hands for the work. There will be Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church in Canoga next Saturday and Sunday. Quarterly Con ference at 2:30 p. SI. Saturday. Love •Feast at 1 :30 and preaching at 2 :30 on Sunday by Presiding Elder F. T. Keeney. The barn of F. J. Keeler’s in the town of Varick. was entered recently, the door being forced open, and two sets of double harness and some grain taken. The thieves were tracked some distance but the trail was lost and no further trace of them found. Mrs. George Dunlap of Farmer, died Thursday afternoon last of paralysis. The deceased was in her seventy-second year and was a daughter of the late John J. Covert of Sheldrake. She is survived by her husband, and tvvo sisters, Mrs. Lewis Dloomer of Ovid, and Mrs. Adelia Harris of Ypsilauti, Burglars entered the office of the Ovid roller mills sometime between Saturday night and Monday morning and drilled a hole in the door of tho safe, near the lock. This was lillod with gunpowder and the charge fired, completely wrecking the door. The safe contained no money and nothing was taken although the papers bore evidence of having been looked over. The annual session of the Geneva district confei’ence of the Methodist Episcopal church was licid iii Geneva, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. It embraces the Methodist churches in Ontario, Yates, Cayuga, Tompkins and southern Seneca county. Mr. F. J. Allington of Sheldrake, spoke on “The moral aspects of the Philippine problem” and Rev. E. S. Annable of Lodi, on “The home work of our parent missionary society. Mrs. Electa Braden, died at her resi dence in Junius, Wednesday morning ill her ninet-y-secoiid year. Deceased leaves four sons, Albert, Alonzo and John Braden of Waterloo, and William Braden, also four daughters, Mrs. Wil liam Brownell, Mrs. Marvin Thomas, Mrs Emily Dunham of Ostenio, Mich., and Miss Mary Braden of Junius. The funeral was held Friday afternoon at tliree o’clock from the Presbyterian clmrch with interment m the Sonth- wick cemetery. .Junius. The Republican Ticket. Tho Republican convention in this village Saturday was presided over by Senator David II. Evans of Tyre, in a perfectly fair and able manner. The ticket named is one ot the strongest ever offered the voters of tho county for their acceptance. The candidatc.s personally well qualified for tho c fliecs which they seek and no word can truthfully he said against any of them. For member of assembly Israel y . Larzelore of Seneca Falls should make a strong run. He is a well known farmer and business man and has been chosen by the voters for asses sor several times. IBs ability no one (luestion. His integrity of char acter is generally recognized and his personal popularity and eminent fitness for 4hc ( nice should gain him many voles from the opposition. In Augu.stiii S Parish for county treasurer tlie vonfion m.ide another strong nomina tion. lie lias served efficiently for term and his renomination is a merited tribute to his efficiency and worth. He is entitled to the suppoit of-every Republican voter. The re-nomination of Ogden Wlieelcr for superintendent of the poor was recognize’d as the only proper course on account of the careful and able manner in which lie has looked after tlie county’s interests. It has been generally acknowledged that lie has been the best siipcrintcndent the county has had for years. George B. Bristol tlie eniididate for scliool commissioner needs no introdnelion to the pc'ople of Hie southern part of the couniy where ho is well known and deservedly popu lar. He is a gentlemen of character and standing who will make an ideal school commissioner and maintain the high standard set by his predeees.sor in that office The nominee.^ for coro nor, too, are both well linown plqaie.- Ians, one from the north and tlie other from the south jury dialricl and llicii names alrenglhcii an already strong ticket. The convention at which the ticket was named was a fair and open one and the delegates were all selected at primaries due notice c-f which was given to the voters in every town. It is therefore the duty of every loj.il Re publican to not only give it his hearty .«upport luit also to aid its snecoss by every means in ids power. Wlien the editor of the Courier secs fit to exercise. Ids loaferish instincts by calling names we are content lo leave the field entirely to him. We cannot hope to equal him at this his favorite amusement. The statements made in the JouRNAi. last week were true in every particular. As for the silly story that Mr. Glen bolted either Mr. Boorom or Mr. Waller no man knows better than Mr. Andrews how utterly false SOMETHING OUR CUSTOMERS CAN DO. It is our endeavor to con duct our store in a manner that will meet the approval of all. If at any time you do not receive satisfactory service, or the goods pur chased are not of the quali ty expected, we will be un der many obligations to you if you will come to us per sonally and inform us plain ly. We assure you that you will not need to make a like complaint again. We want to do all in our power to give you the best service possible to obtain any where. G O U L D D R U G CO M P A N Y . 1 and Emplojrnient ir icnred by attending the AND Open during tlie entire year. Sup plies business houses promptly with Book-keepers and Stenographers. For eataloguo, address Carnell and Holt, S3 North Pearl .street, Albany, N. YL J.H. McDonald SncccBeor to WUUam nUU. General Fire Insurance .4nd Real Estate Agency. Seneca Falls, N. Y. --------------------- 1 --------------------------- Rose BlanRBls Wove Blankets at special prices for September Sales. Several months ago we made a large contract for fine wove blankets made by the Muncy Woolen Mill Co. We just opend them for sale,some of them are all wool warp and filling, some part cotton warp all extra large size, and beautifully finished. They are in W h ite, Grey and Scarlet. For good wool blankets, no manu facturers have a better reputation than the Muncy Woolen Mill Co. ;ole selling at ly in Seneca Falls, v Prof. Bradley the optician, whose experience is your gain will be at I Randell’s store .again Wednesday, September 6tii to Friday afternoon, September 8th. All the latest magazines and papers at Knight’s. . The large number of satisfied cus tomers speaks volumes for A. W. Golder, our local optician’s ability to lit your eyes. Give him a trial. We make ilie highest grades of floju-. Leave your orders at W. E. Hull’s news room. Yawger Mill Company. The twenty-sixth annual opening of chool books and school supplies at Wayne’s bookstore. Books,, tablets, slates, pencils, pens, sponges, rulers, blotters, ink and everything else needed for school work now ready at Wayne’s bookstore. The Yawger Mill Company deliver their flour to any part of the town. Leave orders at W. E. Hull’s cigar store. As we are sole £elling the com; will sell vance frt s agen ipany in Seneca Falls, we , them at very slight ad orn mill prices. L. S. HosRlns Business institute ROCHESTER. N, Y.( Business, Shorthand, and English Courses. Now I80»-e0 catalogue sent to those Interested.^ an “up-to-dato” greeting to patrons and proBpcctivo Try the “Prince of India” cigar at Knight’s. W a n ted . Scholars to tutor during summer vac.ition in Latin or English. Highest references. . J anet B. G i . bn , 299 West Fall street. We make the highest grades of flour. Leave your orders at W. E. Hull's news room. Yawger Mill Company. See the display of school books, tab lets and school supplies in the show windows of Wayne’s bookstore. “Scholars companions” and pencil boxes, the best in town at Wayne’s bookstore. Leave orders for the Yawger Mill Company’s flour at W. E. Hull’s news Wayne’s bookstore is the place to buy your books, stationery, fancy articles, novelties, newspapers, maga zines, etc. Compare Pruden’s work with that of your friends which you receive and see if you do not find a soundness and briliancy not found in many photos.