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From: mimi522 <>
Subject: #2---Schoharie & Delaware County news--January 1891
Date: Fri, 19 Aug 2005 23:15:09 -0400
(January 1891--under the heading "LOCAL RECORD")
Orange Electric Food is for sale by A. HAGADORN, Gilboa, and BOOTH
BROTHERS, Grand Gorge.
MRS. J.R. CRARY of Grand Gorge is improving her house with a veranda,
etc. C. STANNARD does the work.
The New York Conference has decided against the admission of women as
delegates. The vote stood 180 to 62.
Look out for counterfeit silver certificates. This does not apply to
the editors as they seldom see one.
Three elegant pedestals, the work of DARIUS PARTRIDGE and REVILLO
RICHTMYER have been placed in Masonic Hall.
D.T. McGARRY of Manorkill was in New York last week buying new goods.
See his adv. on second page.
OLIVER PECK, a well known and respected resident of Jewett, died on
Sunday morning after an illness of a few days duration.
MISS EMMA KETCHUM is teaching at Charlotteville. REV. KETCHUM leaves
that place this spring having been there five years.
SAMUEL RUSSELL and wife, MRS. LOREN HAY of Potters Hollow, attended the
funeral services of MRS. ISAAC STRYKER last Sabbath.
For bracing up the nerves, purifying the blood and curing sick headache
and dyspepsia, there is nothing equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
In Conesville, MRS. ELIZA H. BRAND has measles, and MRS. A. JENKINS has
both measles and pneumonia. DR. BENHAM attends the latter.
MRS. JOHN LAMBERT of Jefferson has received $75 back pension and a
regular allowance of $8 per month. Her daughter HATTIE gets $2 a month.
More to come....
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