June 19, 1890

June 19, 1890

June 19, 1890

School Closed last Friday.
Col. Baird declined the Brooklyn Postmastership last week.

Mrs. Capt. Warren with her son, Clarence has been attending the 250th Anniversary of the settlement of Southampton.

Asiatic cholera has made it: appearance in Spain.
Dr. G. A. Swezey is shipping large quantities of strawberries to Boston this week.

Thirty-one miners were killed by a firedamp explosion in Pennsylvania Monday.

A new arrival at Mr. A. P. Homans last week.
The horse trial took place at Middle Island last Sunday.

Crops are doing nicely.
How are you going to celebrate July 4th?
The schoolteacher returned home Saturday.

The ladies of the Presbyterian Church held their annual strawberry festival in the basement of the church last Tuesday night. Over $25 was taken in.

A conspiracy against the life of the Czar of Russia has just been discovered.

Mr Roswell Davis sold his team of horses to a gentleman in Brooklyn recently.

The census enumerator is progressing in his work.
Mr. Nolan is visiting his sister Mrs. A. L. Davis.
Every clear day is welcome.

Chas E. Howell
Boarding and livery stables. Horses to let a reasonable prices. Carting and trucking attended to with dispatch. Stages for picnic parties furnished at short notice.

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