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February 5, 1891


YAPHANK COURIER
February 15, 1891


FEBRUARY 5, 1891 NO.19

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A TRIP TO WASHINGTON.
Mrs. Sylvester Homan of this place with her daughter, Ansinetta of Brooklyn went to Washington during the holidays. They visited the Capitol, White House and a number of other public buildings.
They shook hands with President Harrison. They went to Mount Vernon, saw Washington's home, and drank some water from his well. The trip was a very pleasant and enjoyable one.
On Sabbath, Dec. 28 the Presbyterian congregation made a Christmas offering to remove a debt of $100.00 on their church building. They raised $120 which caused much rejoicing.

DEATHS.
Dec. 20.Capt. Wm. H. Brown of Middle Island.
Dec. 31. Capt. Lewis Homas of Yaphank aged 75 years.
Jan. 17 Ethel, infant daughter of F.A. and A. M. Marchant.
Miss Jessie McCreary is visiting friends in Brooklyn.

Interesting meetings have been held in the Presbyterian Church since the week of prayer. Rev. F.E. Allen preached several evenings and between twenty and thirty have manifested a desire to lead the Christian life.

Mrs. R.F. Hawkins had a pleasant visit to her brother in Babylon.

Mr. Wm. B. Hawkins has returned to Yaphank from Connecticut with his bride and was tendered a reception by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Randall on Jan. 20.

Mr. Thomas Miller is home in ill health which we hope will soon be much improved.

The average temperature at Yaphank for the month of Jan. is as follows:
8 A.M. 28 3/8
12 M. 37.

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Gilt-edge Butter a specialty. Made by the Cooley Creamer process from the milk of pure-bred and registered Jersey Cows. DR. G. SWEZEY, PROPRIETOR.

Trains for New York leave Yaphank 8:47 A.M. and 4:10 P.M. Arrive here from New York 10:49 A.M. and 5:44 P.M.

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