July 3 1880

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BARRT7ILLE AND VICINITY; THE NEW PASTOH--ASTT/UEW BBOL--A MEj MAN--A OKAZT WOMAN--PBE80NAL. BAKEYTILLE, N. Y., June 38.--Tb E. W. Fisher, late of Kiok'ord, )Rev. if. Y., having accepted a call from th i Con tional church of Barryville ind EWred, arrived last'week and will reside -at ville. Considerable ; improvements hate ' been made on the cfaiarch at lEldre3, through the efforts of A. S.j Myers and others a new bell has ibeen purchase is expected .to. be ready forj use b' fourth. ; : i A man of Barry ville lately [refuse i highly esteemed ladieii of Barjyville a in his carriage, becauae he hac] som«r, heard of a man having his qharactpr destroyed by allowing kdies to tide out him. I pity the woman who jssouijifortu- nate as to be such adman's wifi). i W. F. Proctor occupies hi a nevj' residence residence at the lake and continues to · improvements, building, repairing roads, and so forth; ' i i ! C. Tboinas ia about to repair the bridge at Barryville, which is 'in a bad i dition now. I · j Barryville presents a lively; appearance. A number of new dwellings ar^ebeinj; completed. ' r · Preparations are being mada at Bldred for a grand celebration of the fourth of of July on Monday, (he fifthj The Mr. Mirteenes, the Rev. Mr. Lambert Mr. Frasier are expected to address people in the grove near thecliurch, j will be an ice-cream festival in the church in the evening for the lienefitjof church. A grand time is expected iiod are invited. ; There is, apparently, a ct'azy woman stopping near Eldred who hasjbeen jraving around the country for some time, lizing the whole community, a'nd seems rejoice when in trouble witlj somfi She lately went to Edptar Wjbitney with complaints against different j ones. Mr. Whitney, believing her to bs iaiiumi, to comply with her request, i ! Mrs. Fisher of Cincinnati, Ohio, mother of the Rev. Mr. Fiahor, is visiting h'er Barryville for a short tioie anil will .soon for New York to visit friimds. j . Mrs. Casper died at her lesidecjce in Brooklyn, N. Y., last Friday, i The; was brought to Barryrille and the took place Monday afternoon froin the Baptist, church. Mrs. Caaper was[ very highly esteemed, and leaves m|my frjiends. She leaves one daughter and two | Mrs. (Jasper was for maoy yeais a of Barryville, from where she rend.oved, some eight years since, to Broqklya she lived up to the time of her death.]

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  1. The Evening Gazette,
  2. 03 Jul 1880, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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