THE PALMYRA COURIER

October 5, 1888
October 19, 1888
July 4, 1890
February 27, 1891



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The Palmyra Courier, October 5, 1888
Volume 51, No. 30
Published Every Friday Morning.
E. S. Averill, Editor and Proprietor.
Established 1838.
"Devoted to Home News and General Intelligence."


Brevities.

A woman named Hunter, was drowned in the canal near Macedon, on Saturday evening last.

The Rev. Mr. Hunt, of Fairport, very acceptably filled the pulpit of the Baptist church in this village on Sunday last.

The Lyons Fair is being held as we go to press. Friday and Saturday are the two big days. A good many from this section are in attendance.

Mr. Joel W. Hardy, who was a large exhibitor at the Palmyra Fair last week, will take a car load of sheep to Utah next week for stock purposes.

The many friends of Dr. Ed C. North will be glad to learn that he has concluded to remain in Palmyra and resume the practice of dentistry

It is estimated that there were 8,000 people on the Palmyra fair grounds on Saturday last. The crowd was certainly immense, and every one appeared to be happy and good-natured throughout the day.

Miss Jennie E. Ward, of this village, won the prize toilet set, offered by T. W. Hicks to the person who would guess the nearest number of black seeds in a certain watermelon. Miss Ward guessed 445, the exact number.

Mr. J. B. Kent desires us to return his earnest thanks to friends and neighbors for the kindness extended during the sickness of his wife and his subsequent bereavement - the memory of which will abide with him as long as life lasts.

Last year the Palmyra Union Agricultural Society purchased the piece of land lying west of the entrance to the fair grounds, and last week Mr. Johnson, the President of the Society, purchased of Mrs. Butterfield, the lot adjoining the entrance on the east, for which $500 was paid. The Society is certainly to be congratulated on obtaining the last purchase.


Some Personal Mentions.

- Mrs. William Scott, of Dayton, O., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Dr. Bigelow.

- Mrs. Miles Upton, wife of Alderman Upton, left a few days ago for Kalamazoo, Mich., on a visit to friends.

- Mrs. A. H. Burnett, of Cuba, N. Y., is spending a few days in town, the guest of her brother, Cashier R. M. Smith.

- Capt. Benj. Corning, of New York, who is connected with the Havana Steamship line, is visiting friends in this village.

- Mr. Oliver Durfee came up from New York on Saturday and took part in the unveiling of the Webster monument on Monday.

- Mrs. Charles J. Ferrin, of Batavia, and Mrs. Albert Cleveland of Canandaigua, were recently guests of friends in Palmyra.

- Hon. Geo. P. Lord and wife, of Yates county, were in Palmyra a few days since, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Greene.

- Mrs. A. S. Gardner, of New York, has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore, Jackson street.

- Dr. A. F. Sheldon and wife, and Seymour Scott and wife, of Lyons, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Chapman, Jackson street, over Sunday.

- Mr. P. Callihan, the popular tonsorial artist, and Miss Kate Burns, of this village, were united in marriage at St. Ann's church on Wednesday afternoon of this week, Rev. Father Casey officiating. The bridal party left on the evening train for Niagara Falls, where they will remain a few days. (p 2.)


ERECTED TO HIS MEMORY.
The Webster Monument Unveiled and
Dedicated by the Sir Knights.

The Rev. John G. Webster was the beloved Rector of Zion church, Palmyra, for nearly twenty years. His resignation of his pastorate in April, 1884, was received with surprise, and accepted with universal regret. With his family he removed to Greenbush, near Albany, where death came to him suddenly on Tuesday morning, September 27th, 1887. The remains were brought to this village, and on Friday, September 30th, under the auspices of his Masonic brothers, were interred in the beautiful plat selected by him, at the request of our citizens, when he came to Palmyra in June of last year to dedicate the Rogers' Memorial Chapel. On Monday afternoon, October 1st, the unveiling and dedication of the monument erected to his memory by the Knights Templar of the State of New York, took place.

Although the day was cold and a heavy rain prevailed, a large number of friends were present to witness the ceremonies which took place at the Palmyra cemetery.

[Note: this is a lengthy article taking up 3 full newspaper columns, describing the progression of the parade, organizations taking part, unveiling of the monument, and long verbatim eulogies by Geo. McGown and Rev. C. L. Twing.]


PALMYRA FAIR

[Note: this issue has 4 long newspaper columns naming exhibitors who won awards and took premiums.]


From Port Gibson. (page 3)

- Mrs. H.J. Draime, of Palmyra, was the guest, Tuesday, of Mrs. Anne R. Snyder.

- M.H. Wilber and wife of Newark, are visitors, of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stacy, Saturday, evening.

- Hiram A. Schutt, of Marbletown, was at home Sunday.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Munson Seeley, late of Palmyra, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Calvin Seeley, the executor of the said deceased, at the office of said executor in Palmyra, on or before the 15th day of April A.D. 1889.- Dated Palmyra, Oct. 1st, 1888.
CALVIN SEELEY,
Executor, &c.


REFEREES SALE.- SUPREME COURT.
Nathan S. Reed against Nathan R. Reed and others.

By virtue and in pursuance of a judgment rendered in this action on the 26th day of September, 1888, by this Court, and duly docketed in Wayne County Clerk's office, I, the subscriber, referee, shall expose for sale and sell at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Palmyra Opera House, in the village of Palmyra, in the county of Wayne, on the 27th day of November, 1888, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the premises described in said judgment as follows:

All that tract or parcel of land situate in the town of Walworth, county of Wayne and State of New York, and bounded as follows: Beginning in the center of the highway at the south east corner of the village lot now owned by Mrs. Mary Ann Baker, in the village of West Walworth, thence southerly along the center of the highway forty-one feet, or twelve feet south of the store; thence westerly along the north line of the village lot now owned and occupied by Mrs. Susan Carman, to the lands of S. L. Miller; thence northerly along the lands of the said S. L. Miller, parallel with the east line of said lot, forty-one feet; thence easterly along the south line of the said Mary Ann Baker's lot to the place of beginning.
Dated, Palmyra, October 4, 1888.
D.S. ALDRICH, Referee,
CHARLES McLOUTH, Pltf's. Att'y.


BUSINESS CARDS.

G.A. Williams, M.D.S., Dentist, office in the Seeley Block.

Dr. L. D. Trowbridge, Office in Williamson Block, Main St., Residence, second door west of Methodist church.

Donald McPherson, M.D., Office and Residence, 41 Main street.

Dr. S. T. De La Mater, office in Seeley Block. Special attention given to diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat.

A. F. Jackson, Insurance, No. 35 Fayette St., Palmyra.

Dr. S. D. Harrison, has removed to Dr. Kingman's.

U. Milliman, Veterinary Surgeon, office at residence, No. 6 Jackson street, will attend to all diseases of Horses and Cattle.

Perry B. Lee, Veterinary Surgeon, residence on West Main street, Palmyra, N. Y. Many years' experience. All horse diseases treated with skill.

Frank C. Brown, Surgeon-Dentist, rooms over John W. Rushmore's drug store, Main street, Palmyra, N. Y.

H. M. North & Son, Surgical Dentists. Rooms at the old stand in the Stewart block. Pure gas administered for the extracting of teeth.

Charles McLouth, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, Solicitor in Bankruptcy and Notary Public. Office west end Cuyler Block, Palmyra.

H. R. Durfee, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, office in Royce Building, corner of Main and Market streets, Palmyra, N. Y.

Murganzy Hopkins, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, also agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. Office in Aldrich's new Block, corner Main and Market streets, Palmyra, N. Y.

George C. Williams, Architect and Builder, Palmyra, N. Y. Office in F. Williams' Block, opposite Courier building. Shop at the old Jenner Shop, south side of East Main Street.

Joseph Blaby, Architect & Builder, public and private buildings. Office in Jarvis Block, Palmyra, N. Y.

William G. Hislop, Tailor, cutting, making and repairing. In Royce Block up stairs, Palmyra, N. Y.

Calvin Seeley, Dealer in iron and carriage hardware, housepaints, oils and varnish. Also manufactures and repairs high carriages. No. 62 and 64 Main street, south side, Palmyra, N. Y.

L. B. Keeler, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. Main street, Palmyra, N. Y.

G. S. Palmer, 16 years established, General Produce Commission Merchant, 166 Reade street, near Greenwich street, New York, for the sale of Poultry, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Game, Dried Fruits, etc., also, Potatoes, Apples and Onions. Dressed Calves a specialty. [Note: Wayne County farmers and agricultural wholesalers would have shipped to this company via the railroads.]


OTHER LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

M. Lipsky, Clothing, first door east of Powers' Hotel.

Harry Tiller, Wagon Making and Repairing. "I would inform those who wish first-class lumber wagons, hand made, that they can find this class of work at the Old Stand, Foot of Main Street, Palmyra, N.Y. I am also making Democrats and other light Wagons to order, and put up in the most substantial and modern style. All kinds of repairing well done and at reasonable rates."

S. E. Harkness, Pianos, organs, sewing machines, Johnson's News Room, Palmyra, N. Y.

First National Bank of Palmyra, N.Y., Pliny T. Sexton, President, Robt. M. Smith, Cashier.

W.H. Farnham, Dress Goods, Ladies Furnishing Goods.

Moison & Buell, Dry goods and Clothing. Repairing and Custom Work by Wismer and Dean.

Brown, the Cash Grocer.

Samuel P. Nichols, Jeweler, Optician and Stationer, Palmyra, N. Y.

M. Story, Dress Goods, Clothing, Carpets, north side of Main St., Palmyra, N.Y.

T. W. Hicks, Jarvis Block, Palmyra, N. Y. (type of business not stated)

H. H. Hurd & Co. "The celebrated Produce Commission House, of Utica, N. Y., for many years so favorably represented here by the late Wm. H. Southwick, have arranged to continue their business in this market, under the agency of the undersigned, at the old "Lakey Warehouse," on Canal Street - adjoining Sexton's Coal Yard. Bring in your grain, Farmers, and get for same the highest cash market price." Palmyra, September 21, 1888. E.B. Anderson, Agent for H.H. Hurd & Co.

J. W. Leach, Furniture and Undertaking, Jenner Block, Palmyra, N. Y.

Addison L. Root, successor to Root & Marshall, Vapor Stoves and Oil Ranges, The Celebrated Leonard Refrigerator, lawn mowers, ice-cream freezers, tin roofing. "We are confident that Mr. George F. Barron, the Foreman of our Furnace and Tin Department, after 19 years experience, will please all. Call and see him."

C. Seeley's, road carts, harness, carriages. Main St., Palmyra, N. Y.

W. D. Herendeen & Son, wire picket fence, timber, lumber, brick, cement, Macedon, N. Y.

H. M. North, Dentist, in his long-established office in the Clemons Block, east of the Palmyra House.

Thomas W. Hicks, furnaces made by Richardson & Boynton Co.

Clark & Knapp, General Insurance and Real Estate.

S. E. Braman, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, Palmyra, N. Y.

Riggs & Co., Fences, Palmyra, N. Y.

R. H. Bareham, Steam Bakery, Confectionery, Ice Cream made to order.

Anna F. Jackson, The Jackson Agency established in 1865, office 35 Fayette St., Palmyra, N.Y.

Sexton's Coal Yard, E.B. Anderson, Manager, office and yard foot of Williams Street.

Leach & Tuttle, Hardware, Tinware, Paints, OIls, Farm and Garden Tools, Cuyler Block, north side of Main Street.

W.J. Hughson, member of the Ontario Veterinary College of Toronto, Canada, Market St., Palmyra.

T. G. Quaife, Arcade Livery, First-Class Rigs. "Having purchased the livery business recently owned by I.S. Holmes, deceased, I shall be pleased to see all of his old patrons and as many new ones as desire."

Mrs. Perry B. Lee, Scouring, Fancy Dyeing, Cleaning Garments, residence 135 Main St.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Cornelius Van Inwagen, late of the town of Walworth, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Helen M. Mastin, the Executrix of the said deceased, at the residence of the said Executrix, in the town of Walworth, on or before the 15th day of March, A. D. 1889.
Dated, Walworth, Sept. 6, 1888,
HELEN M. MASTIN, Executrix.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against John Asay, late of Macedon, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Thomas J. Bussey, one of the Administrators of the said deceased, at the residence of said Thomas J. Bussey, in Macedon, on or before the 15th day of March, A. D. 1889. Dated, Macedon, Sept. 3, 1888. THOMAS J. BUSSEY,
MARY DICKINSON
,
Administrators.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against John Darmody, late of Marion, N. Y., in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to William R. Johnson, the Executor of the said deceased, at the residence of said William R. Johnson in Palmyra on or before the 28th day of December, A. D. 1888.
Dated, June 19th, 1888.
WILLIAM R. JOHNSON, Executor.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against George G. Jessup, late of Palmyra, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Mary C. Jessup, the administratrix of the said deceased, at the Store of Foster & Smith, in Palmyra, N. Y., on or before the 10th day of February, A. D., 1889.
Dated, August 6th, 1888.
MARY C. JESSUP, Administratrix.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Patrick Connally, late of Palmyra, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same with the vouchers thereof, to Fred. V. Cleveland, the administrator of the said deceased, a the store of said Fred. V. Cleveland, in Palmyra, N. Y., on or before the 20th day of January, A. D. 1889.
Dated, Palmyra, N. Y., July 20, 1888.
FRED. V. CLEVELAND,
Administrator.


CITATION on Proof of Will.- The People of the State of New York, by the grace of God free and independent. To Carrie A. Towlerton, Melissa L. Fitch, Elizabeth Eastwood, Catharine H. Jackson, Bell M. Fitch, Hattie J. Fitch, Fred D. Fitch and C. Ann Fitch.

Whereas, Henry C. Price, of the town of Phelps, Ontario county New York, has lately applied to our Surrogate of the county of Wayne, for proof of the will of Ebenezer H. Fitch, late of the town of Walworth, N. Y., deceased, which relates to both real and personal estate.

Therefore, you and each of you are cited and required to appear at the office of the said Surrogate, in the Village of Lyons, in said county, on the 15th day of October, 1888, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, to attend the probate of said Will.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereto affixed.

Witness, Hon. G. W. Cowles, Surrogate of the County of Wayne, at the Surrogate's office in said County, the 23rd day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight.
G. W. COWLES, Surrogate.


For Sale or Rent.

From October 1st, 1888, a small place five miles north of Palmyra; for further particulars enquire at the place. James Moran, Marion, N. Y.


Candidates for Office endorsed by this newspaper:

For President, Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana For Vice-President, Levi P. Morton, of New York For Governor, Warner Miller, of Herkimer For Lieutenant-Governor, Stephen V. R. Cruger, of New York For Associate Judge of Court of Appeals, William Rumsey of Steuben For Member of Congress, Newton W. Nutting, of Oswego


County Nominations.

For Sheriff - Charles E. Reed, Huron For District-Attorney - S. N. Sawyer, Palmyra For Treasurer - Volney H. Sweeting, Lyons For Sessions - A. H. Briggs, Macedon For Coroners - J. D. Briggs, B. F. Peck

For Member of Assembly, 2nd Dist. - R. P. Groat, of Arcadia




The Palmyra Courier, October 19, 1888
Volume 51, No. 32
Published Every Friday Morning.
E. S. Averill, Editor and Proprietor.
Established 1838.
"Devoted to Home News and General Intelligence."


Brevities.

- There were 1300 uniformed men in the Republican parade last SAturday evening. There was nothing ever like it before in Wayne county.

- Charels D. Williams has bought the entire stock of jewelry, books, stationery, etc., of H. C. Williams. Look for advertisement next week.

- Rev. E. B. Gearhart, the newly appointed pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will preach to his people next Sunday morning and evening.

- Barney Bennett, road-master on the Western division of the Central-Hudson road, died at his home in Canandaigua on Tuesday night of this week, after a short illness. (p. 2)


County and Vicinity.

- N. K. Cole has been appointed postmaster at Manchester, Ontario county.

- It is stated that the receipts of the Lyons fair, held two weeks since, amounted to only eleven hundred dollars.

Miss Grace Bartlett, of Le Roy, who was injured recently in a railroad wreck near Winona, Minn., has been paid $500 damages by the railroad company.

- Reports from sixty-two of the ninety-six distilleries in Wayne county show that the peppermint oil crop of 1888 will not be more than one half as large as that of last year.

- In the Genesee Conference appointments last week, Rev. C. W. Winchester, formerly of this village, but for the last three years at Batavia, goes to the M. E. church at Medina, Orleans county.

- At the late session of the Genesee Conference held at Rochester, the following appointments were made for this section: Lakeside and Ontario, supplied by Rev. John Walton; Lincoln, supplied by Rev. W. C. Kingsbury; Macedon and Perinton, Rev. F. D. Mather; Walworth, Rev. A. H. Johnson; Webster, Rev. F. S. Green; West Webster, Rev. J. W. Brown.

- There is a Prohibition tent traveling from place to place in Wayne county. They carry a male quartette and a speaker and remain about three days to a place. They are now in Wolcott.


Some Personal Mentions.

- Mrs. Miles Upton has returned home from Michigan.

- Mr. Reed of Huron, the Republican candidate for Sheriff, was in Palmyra on Tuesday.

- The Hon. Jefferson Sherman and ex-Sheriff Thomas M. Clark of Marion, were at the Palmyra mass-meeting last Saturday.


Conference Appointments.

The following appointments for this locality, were made by the Central New York Conference at Auburn on Tuesday:

Palmyra, Rev. E. B. Gearhast; East Palmyra, C. W. Lane; Port Gibson, J. B. Shearer; Clifton Springs, J. H. McCarter; Canandaigua, T. Cooper; Chapinville and Manchester, D. D. Davis; Fairville, Henry J. Heiseman; Geneva, J. C. Nichols; Lyons, B. W. Hamilton; Marion, John Easter; Newark, C. H. Wright; Phelps, F. M. Wheeler; Pultneyville, S. W. Andrews; Williamson, H. C. Andrews; Sodus, A. W. Broadway; Sodus Point, G. E. Campbell; South Sodus, O. Mr. Henion (the latter exactly as printed).


Fire Department Inspection.

The annual parade of the Palmyra Fire Department will take place on Thursday, October 25. The department is ordered to report in front of the Town Hall at 1:30 p.m. sharp, in full uniform for inspection by the proper officers. By order of G. C. Williams, Chief Engineer.


Wanted.
A first-class girl for second girl's work. A good home and large pay, awaits the one who will give good satisfaction.
P. T. SEXTON


Blaine and Depew at Rochester, Tuesday
Afternoon and Evening. Oct. 23.

Let every man of Company A., Harrison & Morton Guards be at headquarters to-morrow, Friday evening, October 19, at 8 o'clock, to make arrangements for going to Rochester on Tuesday evening of next week, to hear Blaine. Bring your uniforms. By order of L.B. WARD, Captain.


Local Correspondence.

- Beal and Gamble have just set up a new wagon-scale, bought, naturally enough, of Lieut. Gov. Jones.

- The funeral of J. M. Powers was held last Tuesday, Rev. C. W. Lane preaching the sermon. Mr. Powers was a brother-in-law of C. P. Clark, and also of Orin Parker.


From Marion.

- Prof. E.B. Swift, of the Warner Observatory at Rochester, was a guest of H. M. Winslow a few day last week.

- Mrs. Dr. Palmer, of Buffalo, is a guest of her brother, Rev. Borden.

- Miss Jennie Trumbull returned home last week.

- A number of friends very pleasantly welcomed Rev. and Mrs. Lowe at the Baptist parsonage last Monday evening.

- Mrs. D. C. Dean is visiting friends in Williams.

- Rev. Easter has been in attendance at the M. E. conference at Auburn the past week.

- Mr. and Mrs. R. Terril, of Chicago, is visiting relatives here.

- James Deright has returned to his work in the west.

- Mrs. Burbank and daughters who have been spending the summer at the Atlantic have returned to their home in New Orleans.

- Miss Luella Sweezey has been visiting friends in Williamson.

- Miss Mary Sherwood was a guest at Dr. Burr's last week.


From Port Gibson.

- Rev. A. P. Burgess of Newark, preached at Alvinza Drake's funeral, Tuesday, as Rev. M. J. Wells was attending conference.

- Miss Libbie Goodwin went to Sodus, Wednesday, to visit Frank Hunt and family.

- Bert Thurston and MIss Villa Thurston of Newark, were here a few days since, visiting old friends.


All of Which We Endorse.

Congress Hall, Lyons, under the management of J. F. Strain, has come to be one of the most popular hotels in Western New York. It is first-class in all its appointments, and everything is done to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling public. All guests are assured of well served meals, good rooms and courteous attention, which accounts for the increasing business of the house.


A Correct Report of the expenses for the support of the poor of the town of Palmyra, for the month of Sept. 1888.

Mrs. Mary Donley, $8.00
Rodney Rush, 5.00
Lewis Furnyea 3.00
S. Buchanan 5.00
Mrs. C. Ketchum 5.00
Mrs. G. Oliver 6.00
Mrs. M. Winchester 7.00
Mrs. A. Hibbard, railroad fare 2.50
Mrs. Eliza Seeley 5.00
Mrs. James Welch 2.00
Mrs. Geo. Moore 2.50
Wm. Lang 4.00
Mrs. Kate Hollenbeck 3.00
Edward Barnes 4.00
Mrs. R. Craggs 3.00
Isaac Lehee 5.00
Mrs. Mary Dunn 5.00
[Note: no explanation provided as to whether the above were being supported by the town or being paid for providing goods / services.]


CITATION to Attend Accounting of Executors and Administrators.- The People of the State of New York, by the grace of God, free and independent. To Burrall D. Wyman, of Arlington, Reno county, Kansas; Luella E. Dodge, William M. Wyman, Charles O. Wyman, Elizabeth Wyman, all of Great Bend, Kansas; Abel C. Wyman, of Mashville (sic), Kansas; Elijah S. Wyman, of Brownell, Ness county, Kansas; Gilbert E. Wyman, of Ryan, Rush county, Kansas; Nina M. Schenk, of Union Springs, N. Y.; Clara M. Oatman and Lucy V. Foskett, of Fairport, N. Y.; Edgar J. Oatman, of Canandaigua, N. Y.; Warland A. White, Ruth E. White, Lucy V. White and Sallly Ann Hoag, all of Walworth, N.Y. Send Greeting.

To all other creditors of and persons interested in the estate of Abel Wyman, late of Walworth, in the county of Wayne, deceased, send greeting.

You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our Surrogate of our county of Wayne, at his office in the village of Lyons, in said county, on the 5th day of December, 1888, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day to attend the final judicial settlement of the accounts of William A. Foskett, as Administrator with the Will annexed, of the said deceased.

And you, the said Nina M. Schenk, Edgar J. Oatman, Ruth E. White and Lucy V. White are hereby notified that unless you then and there appear by your general guardian, the said Surrogate will at the time and place above named appoint a competent and responsible person to appear as special guardian for you herein.

Given under my hand and the seal
of the Surrogate's Court of the county
of Wayne, at C lyde in said county,
this 5th day of October A. D. 1888.
G. W. COWLES, Surrogate.
CHARLES McLOUTH, Attorney,
Palmyra, N. Y.




The Palmyra Courier, July 4, 1890
Volume 53, No. 18
Published Every Friday Morning.
E. S. Averill, Editor and Proprietor.
Established 1838.
"Devoted to Home News and General Intelligence."


Brevities.

- All over the land the American eagle will scream to-day.

- Where do you celebrate? Whatever you do, keep cool and sober.

- Last Sunday was in all respects the hottest day of the year so far.

- The work of taking down the old school building has not yet commenced.

- Hon. Pliny T. Sexton and wife will soon leave Palmyra for their summer cottage on Lake George.

- Ellison R. Purdy expects to be at Friends Meeting at Macedon Centre next Sabbath, the 6th inst.

- The refreshing rain of Wednesday morning somewhat cooled the air and made life a trifle more endurable.

- The great heat of the past week has had a most depressing effect upon business as well as upon citizens generally.

- A large number of strangers were in town on Tuesday in attendance at the funeral obsequies of the late Col. Corning.

- Rev. Mr. McLaughlin of Macedon will supply the Newark Universalist church Sunday evenings during July and August.

- There will be some very fine trotting on the fair grounds in Palmyra on the Fourth, which will probably bring a great crowd into the village.

- The Rev. C. W. Winchester, of Medina, formerly of Palmyra, sailed for Antwerp on Wednesday last. He will remain abroad until September first. His family did not accompany him.

- We have had some extremely hot weather this week. On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, the thermometer was in the close vicinity of 90 degrees in the shade, and the nights were nearly as hot as the days.

- "Clark's Military History of Wayne County in the Civil War," has been in great demand this week, by the young writers of foreign papers, in writing up their account of Colonel Corning.

- A well dressed gentleman, named Evans, has got himself into trouble by passing a worthless check on Mr. Throop of the Eagle Hotel. He will spend a few weeks in the Monroe County Penitentiary, after which it is claimed, other parties will be glad to make his acquaintance.

- A good many from this section are intending to spend the Fourth at Walworth. Hon. Charles T. Saxton will deliver the oration, and the other exercises will be of a peculiarly interesting character. A royal dinner will be served at the Pacific hotel, for which only fifty cents will be charged.

- We are informed that our village trustees have granted a franchise to an electric light company, and that sometime in the future Palmyra may be lighted by electricity. We have always believed that our local gas company should be protected and we hope the contract which this company now has for lighting our streets will be continued for may years to come. Our local enterprises should be protected in preference to foreign ones.

- We presume there will be the same crowd in Palmyra on the Fourth that has filled our streets in years past. The young man and his best girl will come in from the country and indulge freely in lemonade and peanuts. The German element will be here in goodly number and will quaff their beer and talk of "Faderland." There will also be present the rougher class who will drink and quarrel and make the closing hours of the day hideous.

- Clinton S. Van Dusen, of Newark, who stood third on the list in the late examination at Lyons, has been awarded a Cornell scholarship, by a vacancy in New York county.

- Clifton Springs is preparing for a lively celebration of the Fourth. The programme for the day includes an oration by Rev. J. Rhey Thompson, D. D., of New York city, a grand street procession, athletic sports, etc. Music will be furnished by the famous De Land Cornet Band of Fairport.

- Another severe thunder storm passed over Palmyra on Wednesday night. For hours the rain fell in torrents, while the thunder peals were of the most startling character. In Marion, as stated elsewhere, this storm did much damage. At this writing, Thursday morning, the weather is several degrees cooler.

- Our neighboring village of Marion was visited by an old fashioned cyclone on Wednesday evening of this week. For nearly an hour the wind blew a hurricane, accompanied by thunder and lightning and driving rain. The fine new residence of Lewis Warner was demolished, barns were blown down, trees uprooted, and damage done to perperty amounting to at least ten thousand dollars. Several persons were injured, but no lives were lost.

- A stock company has been organized in Marion, called the Marion Horse Trotters' and Breeders' Association. The officers are: T. M. Clark, president; J. C. Rich, secretary; A. P. Williams, treasurer. Grounds have been leased for five years of B. D. Davis. A half mile track has been laid out and the work of grading and leveling will be begun immediately. There is some promising Kentucky stock owned in Marion and some good sport is expected.


County and Vicinity.

- The pay of Central Hudson station baggagemen has been raised form $35 to $40 per month.

- Miss Alice Gifford, preceptress of the Watkins academy has resigned, having secured a more lucrative position elsewhere.

- Hollister N. Grimes, the well known grocer of Canandaigua, who was recently stricken with paralysis, is rapidly recovering.

- Levi Watson, of Galen, has on his farm a four legged chicken, ten days old, which is perfectly healthy, and gets about on its four legs as lively as any of the other chickens.

- George B. Gifford, who formerly had charge of the wrecking gang at Syracuse, has been appointed roadmaster on the Central between Rochester and Lyons.

- Hon. W. P. Morselle, of Frederick, Md., is visiting old friends at Macedon Center, where he formerly resided, and graduated several years ago from the Macedon Academy.


Personal.

- Prof. Downing is visiting friends in town.

- Mrs. W. L. Knapp is visiting friends at Allentown, N. Y.

- Mr. R. F. Stoddard has returned from his Western trip.

- M. I. Greenwood, Esq. of Newark, was in town on Tuesday.

- Mr. F. A. Peacock, of Walworth, was in Palmyra on Tuesday.

- Principal Clark and wife are visiting friends in Central New York.

- Mr. John N. Drake and family, of New York, are visiting in Palmyra.

- Miss Annie Averill returned home yesterday from her visit with friends in Brooklyn.

- Albert Sansbury is up from New York visiting his parents on Canandaigua street.

- Mrs. W. H. H. Osborne and daughter, Bessie, are sojourning a few days at Clifton Springs.

- Miss Crandall, a popular teacher in our Union school, is at Newport spending her vacation.

- Mr. H. A. Rumrill and wife are spending a few weeks in New York, visiting friends.

- Mrs. A. F. Talcott left on Monday for a pleasure trip to St. Louis, Pueblo, Denver and Colorado Springs.

- Miss Barnes and Miss Zeizler, of our Union school, are spending a part of their vacation in the Katskills.

- Miss Kellogg, of Clifton Springs, has been the guest of Miss Stoddard on West Main street, for a few days.

- Miss Lucy Sexton, who has ben on the Continent for the past year, returned last week to her home in this village.

- Hon. B. H. Davis and wife left yesterday for Brooklyn, on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. William T. Webster.

- Mr. Frank H. Brown, who has been sojourning in the South during the past year, is visiting his parents in this village.

- Miss Emma L. Stone has recently been offered a scholarship in Oberlin College, Ohio, and expects to resume her studies there in the fall.

- Col. Seeley left for Gettysburg battle field Thursday evening. He goes in with Gen. MacDougall to determine a location of their regimental monument, the 111th N.Y.

- On Tuesday next Baggage-Master Whipple of the Central-Hudson, accompanied by his wife and grand-son Eddie Durfee, leaves on his two months vacation, for Colorado and other Western points. Mr. Whipple has been in the employ of the Central railroad company for 37 years, and his host of friends will wish him bon voyage and a safe return.


A Brilliant Social Event.

The reception of the "Class of '90," given by Miss Clara Stoddard at her residence on West Main street, on Friday evening, will long be remembered as one of Palmyra's most brilliant social events. The spacious parlors were very tastefully decorated with flowers and ferns, and draped with class colors; the floors being nicely "crashed" for dancing. Guests were received by Miss Stoddard and her cousin, Miss Kellogg, of Clifton Springs. In the course of the evening, the guests were seated at tables, and several spreads were served by Ridley, the well known caterer, after which a splendid programme, consisting of twenty numbers was danced, to very fine orchestrial music. Among those present from out of town were Mr. Ralph Sheldon, of Lyons; Miss Clara Kellogg, of Clifton Springs; Mr. Frank Ripley, of Macedon, and Mr. Eddy of the Macedon News Gatherer.


Fourth of July Excursion.

An excursion to Ontario Beach will be run by the West Shore Railroad on July 4th, by special train leaving Palmyra at 10:07 A. M.; returning, leaves the Beach at 6 P. M. Fare for the round trip will be 85 cents. The 54th Regiment BAnd will furnish music for this occasion, and a great many other extra attractions will be provided for the entertainment of excursionists.


LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE.

Important Events Gathered Up by the "Courier's Live Scribblers."

East Palmyra.

- More trees were prostrated by the late storm than at any other time, from a like cause, within the memory of middle aged men, at least. The farm of J. O. Clark suffered severely, twenty apple-trees and three chimneys yielding to the terrific force of the blast.

- The Grange social at the house of Mr. Clark on the 21st inst., was largely attended, and very enjoyable. Among out of town visitors were G. H.Reeves, of Brighton; L. H. Clark, of Macedon, and A. J. Rice, of Sodus.

- The excellent literary, musical and social entertainment at the M. E. church on Wednesday evening, June 25th, was worthy of a larger audience. Miss Lou Brown, of Rochester, recited several selections; Miss Dork, of Newark, sang a few pieces of music, and strawberries, etc., followed.

- A strawberry and ice cream festival was held last Friday evening under Presbyterian auspices, at the residence of J. R. Foster. The attendance was large beyond expectation, and the demand for cream and berries correspondingly great. Among the chief managers of the affair were Miss H. Culver, Miss Franc Foster, and Miss H. Frommer.

- Miss Ida Thorpe, of Greene county, is likely to remain some time at the residence of her uncle, J. W. Pyatt.


Walworth.

- On Tuesday evening, the 24th inst., Rev. A. H. Johnson met his "Normal Class" for bible study. There were twenty members present; and the lesson was interesting and fairly well learned. Great things are expected from this class.

_ The reunion of the "Honor Bright Society" took place on Wednesday, the 25th inst. F. A. Lewis presided, and a very interesting address was given by Charles Howes. We understand that the society was well represented, and letters were read from absentees. Addison Gardner sent a very entertaining letter form Chicago. F. A. Lewis was continued PResident and W. M. Lawrence, Secretary.

- "The Irish Soldier" was given on Friday evening by Rev. Mr. Goffney. Our people evidently enjoyed and appreciated the lecture, but if we may credit the words of public lecturers who have been here from time to time, Walworth audiences lack the sympathetic, responsive attention that is always an inspiration to a lecturer.

- The town Sunday school convention took place on Saturday. Mr. Goffney's address was full of interest and instruction, and a beautiful little recitation from Lottie Willetts was encored.

- The clear weather has been improved by our farmers, and the haying is well under way. T. G. Yeomans & Sons are filling their silo with clover - a new "hay loader" in the fields and an engine at the barn have attracted considerable attention the past week.

- As the vacation season comes on one and another of our young people who have gone out and gotten a foot hold in the world, revisit Walworth, and it is very gratifying to note the developments in some cases.... Willie Greenwood, who graduated from Macedon Academy two years ago last Friday evening, and took a place in a store in Rochester the next Monday morning, which he has held ever since, is a model of promptness and energy. Comparing him with those of his own age, who rise gracefully to the occasion of a base ball game only, we are led to inquire, what makes this difference?


Lincoln.

- The noise of the mower can be heard on every side.

- The strawberry and cherry crop is nearly harvested. A fair crop of berries has been taken from the vines. Of cherries we can boast but little.

- Our Sunday schools were well represented at the convention held a Walworth Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. A. Peacock gave a very choice reading, which was listened to with more than ordinary interest. The solo by Miss Mamie Braithwaite, and the recitation by Miss Eva Byam were well received.

- Mrs. Mary Smith is suffering with heart trouble. Her services in the church and Sunday school are much missed.

- The list of sick should contain the name of Mr. William Holdrege, whose present condition is alarming.

- Mrs. J. R. Newhall spent Tuesday afternoon with her parents in Ontario.

- Miss Ethel Thayer of Palmyra, is visiting a few of her old friends.

- Miss Emma Esley and Miss Emma Hicks have finished their summer terms of school.

- Miss Clara Braithwaite is home spending her vacation.

- Mrs. Oscar Smith is dealing in cherries at present. For some reason unknown to the public "Oc." did not go West to harvest his forty acres of strawberries.

- Mr. Ed. Esley had the front part of his buggy smashed yesterday afternoon. Be a little careful what horse you ride after Eva.

- Next Sunday evening, in the interest of the W. C. T. U., Miss Downing, of Macedon Center, will read her essay on temperance. A few recitations and some singing will complete the programme for the evening.

- People, in general, are much interested in the present prospect of a railroad near our little village.


From Ontario.

- Loren Howk who is a student at the Ann Arbor medical college, is at home spending the Summer vacation.

- Mrs. Eugene Garzlay of Rochester, has been spending a few weeks with friends and relatives in this town.

- Rev. S. H. Foster and wife are visiting friends in the Eastern part of the State.

- Miss Jennie Utley and Mr. Armstrong were united in marriage by Rev. S. H. Foster.

- Ray Nash is vacationizing with his grand mother in Williamson.

- We are glad to learn that Miss Cora Sherburne, who has been seriously ill, is convalescing.

- A Union temperance mass meeting was held in the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening. An address was delivered by the pastor, Rev. T. W. Hodgman.

_ Mrs. Julia P. Frees attended the wedding of her nephew at Shortsville on Wednesday.


Port Gibson.

- Mr. Jones and son, Harry, of Chicago, Ill., is visiting his brother-in-law, J. L. Smith, and also relatives and friends in Palmyra.

- Rev. C. E. Hermans, of Williamson, spent the afternoon last Tuesday at Giles J. Brown's.

- Miss Maud Sheffer, of Palmyra, spent last Sunday with Maud Wilson.


CITATION to Attend Accounting of Executors and Administrators.- The people of the State of New York, by the Grace of God, Free and Independent. To Delilah Ann Perkins, of Allegan, Michigan; Louisa D. Hooker individually and as Administratrix of Katharine P. Church, deceased; Cassius J. Church and George H. Church, of Ontario, N.Y.; Jane Bryant, Orilla Rudkin, Benjamin L. Church and Francena Hurlbut, of Walworth, N. Y.; Martha McMichael, of Detroit, Michigan, Delilah A. Canfield, of Highland, N.Y.; Hannah King, of Toledo, Ohio; Henry Billings, of Jerome, Mich.; George S. Billings, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Send greeting.

To all other creditors of and persons interested in the estate of Nathaniel Church, late of Ontario, in the county of Wayne, deceased, send greeting.

You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our Surrogate of our County of Wayne, at his office in the village of Lyons, in said county, on the 1st day of September, 1890, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to attend the final judicial settlement of the accounts of Louisa D. Hooker and Cassius J. Church, as Administrators of the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased.

Given under my hand and the seal
of the Surrogate's Court of the said
county of Wayne, at Lyons, in said
county this 23rd day of June A. D. 1890.
BURTON HAMMOND,
Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.


WANTED.- A competent woman as nurse and seamstress. Apply at once.
MRS. ROY C. SMITH,
Root House, Canandaigua St.


FOR SALE.

The Thurber House, on Jackson street, Palmyra, N.Y., is for sale. Enquire of W. H. H. OSBORNE.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Benjamin Billings, late of Macedon, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to William B. Billings, the Executor of the said deceased, at the residence of said Executor, at Macedon Center, on or before the 15th day of September, A. D., 1890.
Dated, Macedon, March 8, 1890.
WM. B. BILLINGS, Executor, &c.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Elizabeth Cotter, late of Macedon, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to David Cotter, the Administrator of the said deceased, at the residence of said David Cotter, in Macedon, N. Y., on or before the 15th day of September A. D., 1890.- Dated March 14, 1890.
DAVID COTTER, Administrator.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Julia Ann Underhill, late of Macedon in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to Louisa VanDuzer and Zachariah A. VanDuzer, the administrators with the will annexed, of the said deceased, at the residence of said administrators with the will annexed, in Macedon, on or before the 1st day of July A. D. 1890. Dated, Macedon, December 27th, 1889.
LOUISA VAN DUZER
ZACHARIAH A. VAN DUZER,

Administrators with the will annexed of Julia Ann Underhill, deceased.


SUPREME COURT.- COUNTY OF WAYNE. Lyman Bickford and Helen M. Kirkpatrick, vs. Nathaniel Mead, Eliza B. Mead, his wife, Willits D. Herendeen, as assignee for the benefit of creditors of Nathaniel Mead, Alexander Campbell, Ira L. Willits, Alfred Willits, William P. Willits, Mary L. Willits, Georgia Spear and Mollie Spear.

To the above named defendants:

You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Trial desired in the county of Wayne.
Dated this 5th day of May, 1890.
    H. R. DURFEE,
            Plaintiff's Attorney.
Office and P.O. Address, Palmyra, N.Y.

To Mary L. Willits and Alfred Willits, defendants:

The foregoing summons is served upon you
by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon.
George W. Cowles, County Judge of the county of
Wayne, State of New York, dated the 6th day
of May, 1890, and filed with the complaint in
the office of the clerk of the county of Wayne,
at Lyons, N. Y.    H. R. DURFEE,
                Plaintiff's Attorney.


WAYNE COUNTY COURT.-
Eva W. Bronson, plaintiff, against Elizabeth A. Warner, et al. Defendants.

In pursuance of an order of the Wayne County court, made in the above entitled action, dated the 3rd day of June, 1890, the undersigned Referee, in partition, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the premises below described, situate in the town of Walworth, Wayne County, New York, on the 9th day of August, 1890, at 12 o'clock M., all that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the town of Walworth, County of Wayne, and State of New York, bounded as follows: Being part of lots number eight and number five; in the south-east quarter of township number sixteen; in the third range of townships. Beginning at the north-east corner of lot number eight in the center of the highway; thence westerly along the north line of lot number eight so far that a line running southerly parallel with the original line of lots, shall contain one-half of lot number eight; thence southerly along the east line of Isaac Burr's land to the north line of Humphrey H. Hoag's land; thence easterly on a line parallel with the north line to the east line of lots number five and lot number eight, to the place of beginning, containing one hundred acres of land, be the same more or less. Being the same premises conveyed to the said Egbert Warner by James Nelson and Eliza Nelson, his wife, by deed, dated the 6th day of March, 1869, and recorded in Wayne County Clerk's office on the 16th day of March, 1869, in Liber 99 of deeds, at page 49.
Dated 17th day of June, 1890.
GEORGE KENT, Referee,
B. HAMMOND, Plaintiff's Attorney


THE PEOPLE of the State of New York, by the Grace of God Free and Independent. To Philander Cooper, Shortsville, N. Y.; Martha Robinson, Fairport, N.Y.; ___ (paper worn off) A. Collins, Fergus Falls, Min.; Nelson C. Woodard, East Claridon, Ohio; Newton Woodard, East Claridon, Ohio; Alma N. Morley, East Claridon, Ohio; Lottie O. Atwood, Alda, Hall county, Nebraska; Lucy A. Waterman, Plymouth, Mich.; Nancy G. Harmon, Plymouth, Mich.; Nettie Reynolds, Fairport, N. Y.; Harvey Reynolds, Fairport, N.Y.; C. W. Drake, Rathboneville, N. Y.; Ellis M. Burton, Greenwood, N. Y.; Lottie M. Drake, Greenwood, N. Y.; Lee Drake, of Greenwood, N. Y.; Morgan Woodard, residence unknown; Elizabeth Ellis, Mills, Penn.; Mrs. E. Cornwall, LaGrange, Wyoming county, N.Y.; Harrison Rood, LaGrange, Wyoming county, N.Y.; Byron Rood, LaGrange, Wyoming county, N. Y.; Jasper Rood, LaGrange, Wyoming county, N.Y.

Whereas, William Birdsall, administrator with the will annexed of Orlando Woodard, late of the town of Ontario, N. Y., has lately applied to our Surrogate of the county of Wayne for a citation to show cause why a decree should not be made directing the disposition by sale, mortgage or lease of the real property of said decedent, Orlando Woodard, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the payment of his debts.

Therefore, you and each of you are cited and required to appear at the office of the said Surrogate in the village of Lyons on the 7th day of July, 1890, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, to then and there show cause why a decree should not be made directing the disposition by sale, mortgage or lease, of the real property of said decedent, Orlando Woodard, or so much there of as may be necessary for the payment of his debts.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of the said Surrogate to hereto affixed.

Witness, Hon. George W. Cowles,
Surrogate of the county of Wayne, at
the Surrogate's office in said county, the 15th day of May, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety.
G. W. COWLES, Surrogate.


BUSINESS CARDS.

Dr. W. J. Hennessy, office in Lovett's Block over Knowles' Bank. Residence with Henry Birdsall, 4th house east side of Cuyler street, from Main street corner. Night calls answered from residence.

Homer Clark, M. D., Homoepathic Physician and Surgeon, Jarvis Block, Palmyra.

Dr. L. H. Smith, office in Williamson Block, Main street. Home at the residence of the late L. D. Trowbridge.

Donald McPherson, M. D., office and residence, 41 Main street. Electricity and galvanism used in chronic cases.

Dr. S. T. De La Mater, office in Seeley Block, Special attention given to diseases of the Eye, Ear and Throat.

Charles McLouth, attorney and counsellor at law, office west end of Cuyler Block, Palmyra.

H. R. Durfee, attorney and counsellor at lawl, office in Royce Building, corner of Main and Market streets, Palmyra, N. Y.

Murganzy Hopkins, attorney and counsellor at law, also agent of Mutual Life Insurance Co., office in Aldrich's new Block, corner main and Market Streets, Palmyra, N.Y.

Frank C. Brown, Surgeon-Dentist, rooms over John W. Rushmore drug store, Main street, Palmyra, N. Y.

E. C. North, dentist, Journal Building, Palmyra, N.Y.

Jospeh Blaby, architect and builder, office in the Jarvis Block, Palmyra, N. Y.

William G. Hislop, Tailor, cutting, making and repairing, in Royce Block up stairs, Palmyra, N.Y.

Calvin Seeley, dealer in iron and carriage hardware, NO. 62 and 64 Main street, south side, Palmyra, N. Y.

A. F. Jackson, Insurance, No. 35 Fayette St., Palmyra, N. Y.

Perry B. Lee, Veterinary Surgeon, residence on West Main street, Palmyra, N.Y.

L. B. Keeler, watchmaker, jeweler and optician, Market street, Palmyra, N. Y.


OTHER LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

First National Bank of Palmyra, N.Y., Pliney T. Sexton, President, Robt. M. Smith, Cashier.

R. H. Bareham, steam bakery and confectionery store.

The Jackson Agency, Anna F. Jackson, insurance, established 1865, 35 Fayette St., Palmyra, N.Y.

L. M. Chase, coffees, teas, fruits, vegetables, Jarvis Block.

J. M. Emerson & Sons, producers of pure native wines and brandies, 26 Vesey St., New York City (Note: regarding the prominent placement of this advertisement on the front page. The publisher of this newspaper presented himself as a vehement prohibition man in issues published less than two years before, during the 1888 election year. Those issues were filled with obsequious temperance rhetoric, most of it written by Mr. E.S. Averill himself. No mention of such concerns in this 1890 issue!)

Farnham's department store, carpets, household items, curtains, etc.

M. Story, department store and dry goods, North side Main St.

Harrison Brothers, "Harrison's Stock Farm," Hambletonian and Clydesdale Horses, Palmyra, N.Y., two miles east of New York Central Depot.

Johnson & Rogers, men's clothing and furnishings, plow shoes.

Wigglesworth's, plows, cultivators, wheel and spring-tooth harrows, McCormick Harvesting Machinery, fertilizers, hay rakes, etc., warehouse on Canal Street.

B. H. Davis & Co., groceries, dinner and tea sets.

Leach & Tuttle, agricultural equipment, D. M. Osborne & Co. harvesting machinery, Planet Jr., cultivators, mowers, doors and windows.

Moison & Antisdale, boots, shoes, rubbers, 58 South Side Main Street, Palmyra.

Giles B. Crandall, furniture, picture framing, undertaking.

Allyn Brothers, farm seeds and plant stock, garden implements, grape vines, asparagus roots, flower seeds, Stafford Street, Palmyra, N. Y.

C. Seeley's road carts, harness, carriages, Main St, Palmyra.

T. G. Quaife, arcade livery, rigs.

Clark & Knapp, general insurance and real estate.

Addison L. Root, stoves, refrigerators, sinks, pumps.

Lipsky's Ready-Made Clothing House, first door east of Powers' Hotel.

S. E. Harkness, pianos, organs, sewing machines, Palmyra, N. Y.

Sexton's Coal Yard, office and yard foot of Williams Street, Palmyra, N.Y.

Samuel P. Nichols, jeweler, optician, stationery, Palmyra, N.Y.

Bly's Stock Farm, breeders of poultry, sheep and swine, three and a half miles north of Palmyra. W. Bly and C. W. Bly


Mail arrangements.

Mails arrive from the east- 7:30 a.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 100:00
Mails arrive from the West- 7z;45 a.m., 6:45 p.m.
Mails depart for the East- 7:05 a.m., 5:40 p.m., 8:00 p.m.
Mails depart for the West- 9:00 a.m., Rochester only, 5:40 p.m., 8:00 p.m.


STAGE ROUTES.

Marion- Arrive 7:30 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. Leave at 9:00 a.m., and 4:30 p.m.

May 22, 1890. JOS. W. CORNING, P.M.




The Palmyra Courier, February 27, 1891
Volume 53
Published Every Friday Morning.
E. S. Averill, Editor and Proprietor.
Established 1838.
"Devoted to Home News and General Intelligence."

Brevities.

- The bath rooms in connection with F. E. Ryckman's establishment are again running under full headway.

- Farmer's Institute at Palmyra on Friday and Saturday of next week. Prominent and able speakers will be present.

- The bill to make the office of sheriff of Wayne county salaried has become a law and is chapter 30 of the laws of 1891.

- Augustus Beadle has engaged to travel for the Garlock Packing Company. We wish him abundant success in his new vocation.

- Mr. A. G. Wigglesworth will again be overseer of the poor, having received the compliment of a unanimous renomination. "Lem" is popular and all right.

- After Tuesday next we expect to write it James P. Tuttle, J. P. Mr. Tuttle is qualified and equipped to make as good a justice as this town has had for many a long day.

- The unanimous nomination tendered to Supervisor James O. Clark speaks well for that gentleman's popularity with his party. We predict for him an increased majority this spring.

- As the Courier predicted, Mr. Geo. M. Bowman received the nomination for office of collector. We think the nomination has been very worthily bestowed and feel sure that Mr. B. will receive a very flattering vote.

- On Washington's birthday the John Hance Post G. A. R. and the Women's Relief Corps united in presenting a beautiful flag to the Williamson graded school. The presentation exercises were of a very interesting character, and were concluded with the raising of the flag.

- The Republicans made no nomination for the office of Town Clerk, presumably because they anticipated the renomination of our present popular clerk, Mr. James Bourne. No one seemed willing to make the race hooked to the same neck yoke with him. We are sorry ames is a Democrat, but are constrained to admit that he is a dandy.

- Supervisor Billings of Macedon has been renominated without effort on his part and without opposition. The nomination is a good one and was deserved. Mr. B. has made a good official, and we hope and expect to see him re-elected by a handsome majority, notwithstanding the fact that he has to make the canvass against Mr. Bickford, the strongest and most popular Democrat of that town.

- Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Johnson returned to Palmyra on Wednesday morning, bringing with them the remains of their son, Mr. Frederic A. Johnson, who died recently at Orange, California. They were seriously delayed in their journey across the continent by the recent floods in the Territory of Arizona. The funeral services were held at the Episcopal church yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. To the relatives and friends we extend our warmest sympathies.

- The Republicans of Walworth have nominated the following ticket: Supervisor, John Langdon; Town Clerk, J. Dennis Kip; Justice, Jerome R. Peacock; Overseer of Poor, Milton E. Williams; Assessor, Edward Haley; Collector, Henry Hoyer; Commissioner of Highways, Dennison S. Wooster; Constables, Charles Arney, Henry Moyer, Morrison H. Stevens, William Hennessy; Inspectors of Election, William Foley, Wellington M. Lawrence, Ralph D. Chapman, Austin B. Risley; Excise Commissioner, Milton E. Williams.

- The Republican caucus was held in the Opera House Saturday afternoon last. It was well attended and the proceedings were harmonious and the outcome satisfactory. The following excellent ticket was placed in the field: Supervisor, James O. Clark; Justice of the Peace, (short term) James P. Tuttle; Justice, (long term) Edwin H. Clark; Assessor, A. Wynkoop; Commissioner of HIghways, H. D. Pullman; Overseer of the Poor, A. G. Wigglesworth; Collector, George M. Bowman; Game Constable, John Anderson; Inspectors of Election, A. R. Hicks, William S. Knapp, Perry S. Feller, John Mander, A. S. Rogers, Henry D. Sanders, Willis C. Marshall, James L. Durfee.

- The Democrats of Palmyra made the following nominations at their caucus on Monday evening: For Supervisor James L. Harrison; Town Clerk, James Bourne Jr.; Justice of the Peace (short term) Orrin Parker; Justice of the Peace (long term) Andrew R. Gamble; Assessor, Samuel W. Sawyer; Overseer of the Poor, Valinda Nims; Collector, William G. Hislop; Highway Commissioner, John H. Walton; Constables, Dewitt C. Wellman, William H. Dennis, John R. Stickles, Abram Orbecker; Game Constable, William H. Dennis; Inspectors of Election, 1st district, Charles McLouth, Frederic E. Converse; 2nd district, Elmer Vererouse, James H. O'Neil; 3rd district, William S. Phelps, William W. Myrick; 4th district, Thomas Cornwell, Fred F. Kelly.

- The town meeting will be held in the store lately occupied by Mr. R. S. Eddy, directly beneath the Courier office.

- An effort is being made to have Belva Lockwood appear at our Town Hall, March 13, in her lecture, "Is Marriage a Failure?" and it should have the support of our entire community.


County and Vicinity.

- On Sunday last, fire destroyed the large hardware and oil well supply store of C. N. Barre at Olean.

- A stock company is being formed in Canandaigua for the manufacture of the J. S. Robinson chilled plows with a proposed capital stock of $50,000.

- Small-pox has made its appearance in the village of Nunda. The authorities of the adjoining village of Mt. Morris have ordered a general vaccination of its people.

- At the Savannah town meeting a resolution will be voted upon to, as soon as practicable, reduce the number of high commissioners in the town to one, who shall be selected for one year.

- The Ryan and McDonald Machine Works will remove from Waterloo to the city of Baltimore, taking with them about fifty employees. This will be a loss to our neighboring village which we sincerely regret.

- The Canandaigua Lake Steamboat company have opened navigation and their steamer now makes regular trips on the lake. This is probably the earliest the season has ever been formally opened on this sheet of water.

- The Central-Hudson railroad company has purchased the Capron farm of 155 acres for $12,000. This farm lies just south of Walworth station, and has immense gravel beds on it which make it very valuable to the railroad company.

- Last week the new stone yard at Lyons, designed and prepared for the entertainment of tramps was formally opened by the Supervisors committee having the matter in charge, and ten tramps were set at work with hammers breaking stone.


Personal.

- We regret to learn of the illness of Mrs. Pliny S. Aldrich.

- Mr. H. C. Eggleston of Philadelphia, was in town on Monday.

- Hon. T. W. Collins of Lyons, made this office a pleasant call on Monday.

- Miss Bell Flower is visiting in Lockport, the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. O. Gould.

- Mr. E. S. Averill and daughter Annie left on Friday last for New York. After a brief stay in the metropolis they will visit friends at Norfolk, Va.

- Hon. John W. Corning, Deputy Surveyor of the Port of New York, returned to his home in this village on Wednesday evening for a brief visit.

- Mr. George Stupplebeen has accepted a position with J. C. Stout, builder and contractor of Auburn, N.Y., and has removed to that city with his family.


Local Correspondences.

Important Events Gathered Up by the "Courier's Live Scribblers."

Furnaceville.

- Our school, which is well attended, seems to be in a flourishing condition with Mr. Archer Shipley Principal and Miss Ada Palmer Preceptress.

- Miss Ada Fries spent last week in Walworth.

- Mrs. Cathrine Warner is very sick with lung difficulty- also Mrs. Malinda Grant.

- Mr. Wm. Fries is spending a few weeks with friends in Michigan.

- Miss Annie Thompson is very sick, her friends have but little hopes of her recovery.

- The people of the Baptist church held a social last Friday evening at the home of Mr. James Teats.

- Mr. A. Bennett is home again from Rochester.

- Miss Maud Raymor is attending school at Marion.

- Rumor tells us there are to be about the usual number of changes there the coming Spring. Mr. Will Weaver and C. P. Woodworth are to work the M Miss J. Decker farm. Mr. Malone on the Adelmer Pratt place is going on the Andrews farm, where M. Will Jameson now resides. Mr. Jameson on the Munsil Davis place. Mr. Lu Weaver in the Adelmer Pratt house. Mr. Hotell is going to Williamson on the Austin farm- thus says Madam Rumor.

- Miss Hattie Hinkley and brother, Armine, of Newark, are guests of Mr. T. Lafthouse.

- Will Granger has a nice span of bay colts of which he is justly proud. They do not take the dust from any one, for they are bound to be ahead.

- Mrs. Elizabeth Lafthouse of Michigan, was visiting friends here last week.

- Mr. A. E. Warner, who has had such a long illness, is convalescent. We hope to see him out again soon.

- Miss Fannie Granger has a new organ; it is of the Kimbal manufacture, and is very nice.

- As most of the ore beds are closed a great many men are out of employment.


Port Gibson.

- Miss Flora Lent of Macedon, was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bird.

- Mrs. Lovejoy and her daughter of Newark, were visitors of John P. Wilbert and family.

- Rev. C. H. Wright of Newark, was unable to attend the meeting there last Friday evening. Bad weather.


Lincoln.

- Mr. Jacob Wesley is about the same.

- Otis Bancroft is able to be around once more.

- Miss Libble W. Smith is enjoying a touch of chicken-pox.

- County Clerk Peacock attended the Republican caucus at West Walworth Saturday.

- Master Geo. Engert has the grip.

- Mr. Peter Covey is very ill. Dr. Morris is attending him.

- The sacrament was administered by Presiding Elder Bills, at the M. E. church, Sunday morning.

- A literary and musical entertainment, under the auspices of the Epworth League, was held at the M. E. church last Thursday evening. The Walworth Glee club and Mr. N. D. Lapham of Macedon, were present, and rendered some very choice vocal music, which was highly appreciated by the delighted audience. The reading by Mrs. Fred A. Peacock and A. C. Byam, followed by declamations by Arthur Clumm and Ernest Esley were well received. The recitation given by Mrs. Henry Burrows was also very good. After the above programme had ben rendered, a sumptuous oyster-supper was served in the parlors of the church. This has been one of the best entertainments ever given in the M. E. church.

- Rev. Taylor, a former pastor of the Baptist church, preached here last Wednesday evening.

- At the Republican caucus, held at West Walworth Saturday, the following gentlemen were nominated: Supervisot, John Langdon; Town Clerk, J. D. Kipp; Justice, J. R. Peacock; Poor Master, M. E. Williams; Assessor, Edward Haley; Road Commissioner, D. S. Worster; Collector, H. Hayes; Constables, C. Arney, G. Welker, N. H. Stephens, W. Hennessy; Game Constable, Ralph Chapman; Inspectors of Election, 1st District, W. J. Foley, W. M. Lawrence; 2nd District, R. D. Chapman, Austin Risley; Excise commissioner, M. E. Williams.


Williamson.

- The Republicans have nominated J. P. Bennett for supervisor, and John French for J. P. The Prohibitionists nominated C. W. Milliman for Supervisor and R. M. Cheetham for J. P. The Democrats nominated C. Chapman for Supervisor. Neither party nominated an excise commissioner, but will vote by pasters. The temperance people will vote for John ADams, and expect to elect him, having carried the town last year by 72 majority.

- Rev. S. G. Bettys, the "cow-boy" preacher of Nebraska, delivered a temperance address in the Baptist church on Monday evening to a crowded house. Many men who vote for license, and not a few drinking men were present. He told many stories which kept his audience laughing, but he gave them some bitter truth for the sake of variety.

- David H. Burwell of Ohio, commenced services Tuesday evening in the Baptist church, and is to continue in town for a week.


Fire! Fire! Fire!

Citizens of Palmyra, as we have never before appealed to you for aid and as we have always been ready and willing to do our duty in case of fire. But as we are badly in need of new uniforms and other necessary supplies, and as we have not the money to get them, we have arranged with Mr. J. P. Clark and Miss Lillian Palmer, well known and clever people, assisted by a well selected cast of Palmyra talent to produce the emotional comedy-drama "The Child of the Wreck," at the Palmyra Opera House on Wednesday evening, March 4th. Now, friends and well wishers of our company, we ask you one and all to turn out and help us, and we assure you that you will all be remembered and your kindness appreciated. Yours faithfully,
SEXTON FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.


Correction Notice.

To the Editor of the Palmyra Courier:

The statement going the rounds that the late Henry Pilcher was embarrassed, and that his auction was a failure, caused him to commit the rash act on the morning of the 18th, is all wrong and without and foundation. He was not embarrassed to any amount, and his auction was a success. His property sold well and for much more than he or any one would have expected it to, and he expressed himself, the same evening of the auction, as being well satisfied with the sale. From one who was there and knows the circumstances.


Farewell Words.

Mr. U. Milliman, for many years past a prominent resident of Palmyra, and known as one of the most competent and successful Veterinary Surgeons in this part of the State, having located in another section of the country, desires, through the columns of the Courier to say : "Being about to remove form Palmyra and engage in business in another section I desire, at this time, upon the eve of my departure to express to the people of this place generally, and more particularly to my former friends and patrons, my sincere appreciation of their past patronage and favors. In severing my business relations with the people of Palmyra it gives me much pleasure and satisfaction to recommend to their kind consideration and future patronage, Mr. Henry T. White, who, I consider thoroughly competent and equipped to meet successfully all the various and complicate diseases of horses, cattle, etc. Concluding further, I would say, that in leaving Mr. White as my successor, I feel that my former friends and patrons, as also all others who may have need of the services of a Veterinary Surgeon will find in him a gentleman thoroughly qualified in skill and ability to treat all and every disease of horses, cattle, etc., to a successful and satisfactory issue. Respectfully.
U. MILLIMAN


Nominations for Town Meeting.

The Republican nominations in Macedon are: For Supervisor, William Billings; Town Clerk, William H. Johnston; Justice of the Peace, Albert H. Briggs; Assessor, C. C. Herendeen; Commissioner of Highways, Isaac Hoag; Overseers of the Poor, Charles Servoss and William Hickox; Collector, Albert Stone; Constables, Albert Stone, C. Dorntee, W. J. Harp, George Krouse; Inspectors of Election, 1st district, C. Woods, P. Quinn; 2nd district, John Foskett, Charles Jennings; 3rd district, Percy Palmer, Rufus Backus.

Democratic nominations are: For Supervisor, Lyman Bickford; Town Clerk, George Noxon; Justice of the Peace, Emory Beal; Overseers of Poor, George W. Stevens, John Craggs; Commissioner of Highways, Charles Hall; Assessor, Henry J. Breese; Collector, Albert Stone, Constables, Albert Stone, Luke J. Doyle, John Oestricke, Charles R. Everson; INspectors of Election, 1st district, John E. Simmons, G. P. Kaiser; 2nd district, Edwin Cotter, Lewis Dick; 3rd district, Wallace O. Gordon, W. H. Kent.

Hon. John P. Bennett has been renominated for Supervisor in Williamson.

Ontario People's Party - supervisor, Russell Johnson; Town Clerk, C. J. Nash; Justice, G. H. Brown; Assessor, M. B. Scott; Highway Commissioner, P. M. McGucken; Overseer of the Poor, Chas. Gurnee; Collector, J. Fisher; Constables, F. Albright, S. Vande, E. Richmond, J. Bailey.

Republican nominations in Marion are: For Supervisor, Henry R. Taber; Town Clerk, O. N. Henion; Assessor, S. F. Durfee; Overseer of the Poor, C. L. Tassell; Commissioner of Highways, ___ Williams; Justice of the Peace (full term) H. R. Taber; Justice of the Peace (vacancy) C. W. Young; Collector, Geo. M. Sweezy; Constables, H. R. McOmber, J. S. Atwood, O. H. Sherman, J. A. Crane; Game Constable, Jas. B. Newcomb; Inspectors of Election, 1st district, Jacob A. Crane, Peter J. Johnson; 2nd Byram E. Luce, Harry H. McDowell; Committee of Excise, J. G. Peters.


FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.- Well Matched Heavy Business Team for sale. Enquire of Geo. T. Atkinson, or Spencer Beadle.

FOR SALE.- Lots at Lake Bluff for sale at the office of Clark & Knapp, Insurance and real estate agents, Palmyra, N.Y.

THE THURBER HOUSE, on Jackson street, Palmyra, N. Y., is for sale. Enquire of W. H. H. OSBORNE.

FOR SALE.- Little Pigs, Big Pigs, Breeding Sows and Stock Hogs, American Merinos and Mammoth Bronze Turkeys, and one Farrow Cow. W. BLY, Palmyra, N.Y.

FARM FOR SALE.- The farm known as the Robert Franks farm, situated on the town line road, 4 miles north-east of Walworth, containing about 10 acres of apple orchard, 2 acres if pears and quinces, and other small fruits. For further particulars inquire of S. FRANKS, Marion, N. Y.

FOR SALE.- 17 Acres of Land, large Modern House of 14 rooms. All necessary outbuildings. Quantity of choice fruit. Three miles south of Palmyra on the Canandaigua Road, and known as the Purdy Place. For particulars address A. O. BLISS, 106 Indiana Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. or Clark & Knapp, Palmyra, N.Y.

FOR SALE CHEAP on Easy Terms. The House and lot on Howell street, Palmyra, known as the Ira P. Avery (Greenhouse) place. Same is in good repair, and a good cheap place as there is in the village.
CHARLES McLOUTH
Also the BEST PLACE on Vienna street.

FOR SALE.- John Ward, of East Palmyra, N. Y., is agent to sell a large 1100 acres farm, with all the buildings and improvements on the same. Said farm is situated in Virginia, on the Stanton River, in Halifax county. This farm will be sold whole or in parts, at the rate of $20 per acre. I will bring seller and buyer together. Terms made known by applying to me at East Palmyra,
Signed, JOHN WARD.

AUCTION SALE.- The subscriber will offer for sale on Monday the 23d inst. at 10 a. m. at his office, 20 or more shares of Globe Stock and other personal property belonging to the estate of Abner Munson and Eliza M. Seeley.
CALVIN SEELEY.
Administrator and Executor.
Palmyra, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1891.
The above sale is postponed until March 1 6, 1891, at same time and place.

RELIABLE SEEDS.- Farm Seeds, Garden Seeds, Flowers Seeds. Warranted fresh and true to name. By the ounce, pound, quart or bushel. We can give you the best stock at lowest prices. Send us a list of your wants and let us write you prices, or call at our nursery on Stafford street. Send for free catalogue of Seeds, Berry Plants, Trees, Vines and Shrubs.
ALLYN BROTHERS,
Palmyra, N.Y.

FRUIT FARM FOR SALE.- The subscriber, being about to engage in other business, wishes to sell his desirable small fruit farm, situated 3 miles south of the village of Palmyra, on what is called Stafford Street. This farm contains about 32 acres of choice land, 4 acres of hard-wood timber, the balance under cultivation; 2 acres of Niagara grapes in full bearing and three acres coming into bearing this year; 3 acres of raspberries and about 1/4 acre of strawberries. There is a new evaporator, with capacity of 60 bushels of berries in 24 hours; large barns and comfortable house, with poultry house and yard near. Would like to sell team, tools, etc., with the place, also one cow 6 years old. For terms and further particulars apply to
E. G. STAFFORD,
Arlington House, Newark, N. Y.


MARRIED.

FISHER-WAGE - At East Palmyra, N.Y., on February 18, 1891, by Rev. Howard Cornell, Aaron Fisher and Miss Josiah (sic) Wage, both of Arcadia, N.Y.


ADVERTISED LETTERS.
The following is the list of letters remaining in the Palmyra post-office, Feb. 25, 1891:
John Fay, Mary Gaesu,
J. I. Hawley, Geo. Langdon,
Pat McGavin, W. H. NIchals,
Mrs. Ki Palmer, Mrs. J. H. Schrader,
R. W. Trelligan, Pro. M. S. Weatherley,
Guiseppe Farnelo, Luca Laygilo,
Onsfrio Teanntlo, Gentilisima Terrelacio,
Damenico Marico,
Damenio Sanginno Staintlo.
Persons calling for the above letters will please say "Advertised."
LOUISA N. CORNING, P. M.

AUCTIONS.

T. M. CLARK, will cry for those that contemplate selling at auction, at rates that will give satisfaction or no pay. Can be reached by post or telephone. Marion, N.Y.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Robert Franks, late of Walworth, N.Y., deceased, to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the undersigned, executor of the will of said deceased, at his residence in Marion, Wayne county, N.Y., on or before the 15th day of June, 1891.
Dated December 11, 1890.
STEPHEN FRANKS, Executor.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Jemima Laird, late of Walworth, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same with the vouchers thereof, to William A. Foskett, the executor of the said deceased, at the residence of said executor in Fairport, on or before the 15th day of June A. D., 1891.
Dated, Fairport, December 4th, 1890.
WILLIAM A. FOSKETT,
Executor, &c.


THE PEOPLE Of the State of New York, by the Grace of God Free and Independent. To Susan Harrison, Nelson Reeves, Franklin Reeves, James B. Reeves, Oliver C. Reeves, Sarah W. Reeves, Alice L. Dutton, Lizzie G. Wheeler, Arillia S. Reeves, Fred L. Reeves, Hattie A. Peer, Eva L. Clark, Susan H. Reeves, James L. Harrison, Jennie A. Spencer, Charles R. Harrison, Frank J. Reeves, Lyman L. Reeves, Willie Reeves, Edwin C. Reeves, James L. Reeves, Spencer N. Reeves and George L. Harrison, send greeting:

Whereas, Nelson Reeves and Franklin Reeves of the town of Palmyra, Wayne county, N. Y., have lately applied to the Surrogate of the County of Wayne for proof of the will of Hannah A. Reeves, late of Palmyra, N.Y., deceased, which relates to both real and personal estate

Therefore, you and each of you are cited and required to appear at the office of the said Surrogate, in the village of Lyons, in said county on the 2d day of March, 1891, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day to attend the probate of said will.

And such of you as are hereby cited as are under the age of twenty-one years, are required to appear by your guardian if you have one, or if you have none to appear and apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your neglect or failure to do so the said Surrogate will at the time and place above named appoint a competent and responsible person to appear as special guardian for you herein.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereto affixed.

Witness, Hon. George W. Cowles,
Surrogate of the county of Wayne, at
the Surrogate's office in said county,
the 10th day of January, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-one.
G. W. COWLES, Surrogate.
HOPKINS & CONVERSE,
Petitioners' Attorneys.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Anton Merz, late of Ontario in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Enos D. Willits the Executor of the said deceased, at the residence of said Executor in Lake Side on or before the 10th day of June, 1891.
Dated Ontario, November 29th, 1890.
ENOS D. WILLITS, Executor.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, dated October 6th, 1890, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims or demands against Elizabeth B. Tillou, late of Macedon, N. Y., deceased, to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the undersigned, executor of the will of said deceased, at the office of M. Hopkins, Esq., in the village of Palmyra, N.Y., on or before the first day of May, 1891.
Dated, Palmyra, N.Y., October 6, 1890.
GEORGE E. SMITH, Executor.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Jacob Timmerman, late of Palmyra, N.Y., deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thereof to the undersigned, Executor of the will of said deceased, at the office of M. Hopkins, in the village of Palmyra, on or before the 1st day of June, 1891.
Dated, November 14, 1890,
GILBERT H. REEVES, Executor.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of George W. Cowles, Surrogate of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Joseph Bullen, late of Walworth, in the county of Wayne, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Jemain Andrew, the Executor of the estate of the said deceased, at his residence in Walworth, in said county on or before the 1st day of June, 1891.
Dated November 24, 1890.
JEMAIN ANDREW.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS to Produce Claims.- Pursuant to an order of the Surrogate's Court of Wayne county, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Isaac E. Hopkins, or Joseph H. Hopkins, late of Ontario, Wayne county, N. Y., deceased, to present the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the undersigned, administrator of each of said deceased, at his office in Palmyra, N.Y., on or before the 15th day of June, 1891.
Dated, December 11, 1890.
M. HOPKINS, Administrator.


CITATION to Attend Accounting of Executors and Administrators.- The People of the State of New York by the Grace of God Free and Independent: To W. H. Crim, as administrator of the estate of Henry P. Underhill, deceased, 413 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md.; Joel Underhill, Gardner, Ill.; Mrs. Caroline Carpenter, Delhi, N. Y.; Mrs. Maria Bancroft, Bedford, Ohio; Edwin Sampson, Macedon, N.Y.; Calvin Sampson, Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Julia Newman, Palmyra, N.Y.; Mrs. Mary Clark, Penfield, N. Y.; Sarah Sampson, Macedon, N. Y.; Mrs. Angeline P. Aquene, HIllsdale, Cal.; Mrs. Myrtie Odell, Sacremento, Cal.; Mrs. Julia H. Pratt, Sacremento, Cal., send greeting.

To all other creditors of and persons interested in the estate of Julia Ann Underhill, late of Macedon, in the county of Wayne, deceased, send greeting:

You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our Surrogate of our county of Wayne, at his office in the village of Lyons, in said county, on the 6th day of April, 1891, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to attend to the final judicial settlement of the accounts of Louisa Van Duzer and Zachariah A. Van Duzer, as administrators, with the will annexed, os said deceased.

And you, the said Sarah Sampson, are hereby notified that unless you then and there appear by your general guardian the said Surrogate will, at the time and place above named, appoint a competent and responsible person to appear as special guardian for you herein.

Given under my hand and seal of the Surrogate's Court of the coun- ty of Wayne, at Lyons, in said county, this 9th day of February, A. D. 1891. G. W. COWLES, Surrogate.


Notice of Foreclosure Sale.

WHEREAS, default has been made in the payment of the money secured by a mortgage dated the 8th day of May, 1880, executed by Samuel W. Yaw and Harriet Yaw, his wife, of the town of Palmyra, county of Wayne and State of New York, to Thomas Knight of the same place, which mortgage was recorded in the Clerk's office of said county in Book No. 87 of Mortgages at page 427, on the 10th day of May, 1880, at 9 o'clock a.m.; and, whereas, the said mortgage has been duly assigned to Sarah M. Cochran and is now owned by her; and, whereas, the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the time of the first publication of this notice is the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars and sixty-nine cents, to-wit: $341.80 of principal and $8.89 of interest, which is the whole amount claimed to be unpaid on said mortgage:

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described, at public auction, at the front door of the Palmyra Opera House, in the village of Palmyra, Wayne county, N. Y., on the 28th day of February, 1891, at ten o'clock in the forenoon- The said premises are described in said mortgage as follows:

All that tract or parcel of land situate in the town of Palmyra aforesaid, and being the same purchased by the said Samuel W. Yaw of Charles D. Johnson and wife, May 1st, 1872, by deed, which is recorded in Wayne County Clerk's office in Liber 107 of Deeds, page 161, on the 10th day of June, 1872, and also a certain piece of land, lying directly east of and adjoining the same, and of the same width north and south, which the said Samuel W. Yaw this day purchased of Julius N. Fuller and wife, and which two parcels together are described and bounded as follows, viz:

Beginning in the center of the highway leading southerly form Palmyra village, called Johnson street, and at the south-west corner of land owned or in the possession of George Laird; thence north, 88 degrees east, along said George Laird's south line, to said Laird's south-east corner; it being also the north-east corner of lands this day deeded by said Julius N. Fuller to said Samuel W. Yaw, and thence southerly along the west line of lands owned by Daniel Welch and Jarvis Soper to a point where a line drawn from the south-east corner of land bought as aforesaid of Charles D. Johnson and wife, and parallel to said George Laird's south line will strike, and thence westerly, parallel with George Laird's south line, and on the south line of land so purchased of C. D. Johnson and wife aforesaid to the center of said highway, called Johnson street; thence north 2 degrees 15 feet east, along the center of said highway, one chain and seventy-five links to the place of beginning; containing more or less.
Dated December 5, 1890.
SARAH M. COCHRAN,
Assignee of Mortgage.
H. R. DURFEE,
Attorney.


FORECLOSURE SALE.- COUNTY COURT.- WAYNE COUNTY.- Alfred A. Garlock vs. John W. Copping.

In pursuance of a judgment of the County Court of the county of Wayne, State of New York, rendered in the above entitled action, on the 3rd day of February, 1891, the subscriber, as Referee therein, will sell at public auction, at the front door of the Palmyra Opera House, in the village and town of Palmyra, in the county of Wayne, State of New York, on the 21st day of March, 1891, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the premises by said judgment directed to be sold, and therein described as follows: All that tract or parcel of land situate din the town of Marion, county of Wayne and State of New York, bounded on the north by lands of Elijah Kingsley to a stake on the west bank of the creek at the north-west corner of lands of William Lookup; thence south, on the west line of said Lookup's land, to a stone set in the swamp, as a corner-stone of said Lookup's land; thence east, on said Lookup's south line, to other lands of said Lookup; thence south, on said Lookup's west line, and lands of Sarah Van Duzen, to the corner of lands of the heirs of the late Joseph Caldwell, deceased; thence west, on the north line of said heirs' land, to the southeast corner of lands of James S. Curtis and Brainard T. Curtis; thence north, on the east line of lands of said J. S. and B. T. Curtis, and the east line of lands of Albert Williams, to the south line of lands of said Elijah Kingsley, and place of beginning; containing seventy-seven and one-half acres of land, be the same more or less. Excepting therefrom that part of said premises heretofore sold, pursuant to a decree of foreclosure and sale, entered in Wayne County Clerk's office, November 27th, 1890, in an action wherein Alfred A. Garlock was plaintiff and John W. Copping and others were defendants, and therein described as follows: All that tract or parcel of land situate in the town of Marion, county of Wayne and State of New York, known as the Jacob Garlock farm, and bounded as follows: On the south by lands of Joseph Caldwell; on the west by lands of James S. and B. T. Curtis and lands of Albert Williams; on the north by lands of Elijah Kingsley; on the east by the wood-lot of Jacob Garlock; containing about sixty acres of land, and including all the cleared land inn said farm. The east line above described is to be a straight line form the lands of said Caldwell to the lands of said Kingsley; also including the road leading from near the dwelling house on said farm to the highway near Martin J. Hosmer's.
Dated February 6th, 1891.
FREDERIC E. CONVERSE, Referee.
H. R. DURFEE, Plff's. Atty.




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