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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1884, Olean, New York The Olean Democrat VOL. V. CATTARAUGUS SEPTEMBER 23, NO. 44 RAMBLING Gossip from the of the Part What the and Republicans are LAKE cold wave has struck the summer resorts on George and Lake and tourists visitors and dudes have made a stampede for the Olean and particularly the Only few days ago every one sweltered even iu the most shady nook of the hotels and panted for a breath of air h even the lakes begrudged as seemed in league with old Sol to reflect his beams to burn up Even an unrighteous did not and while being jolted over west of Glen's in a was overcome by the heat and for forty-eight hours tried to but Regaining my normal condition a or two at Lake a row across the lovely surface and swim in its clear cool waters my enervated and prepared me for the cold wave which is now By the an address for Cleveland was given at Glen's Falls by Although it wasn't our mutual friend it reminded me cf some of his vigorous talk with which he recently favored a few of us in the Times office at Although in wasn't tainly the denunciation of Dodger Elaine was his A sail from Caldwell to Baldwin's on the a palatial paddle wheel occupied nearly three hours and re- a vision of lovely mountain scenery really surprising for you The Democrats are enthusiastic in the N. E. of the Butler Las no Only the old steel engrave 1 Gret will vote for The Rev. Mr. of Lake George has bolted Blame for St. and the Rev. Mr. of who has also bolted Gen. J. G. B. will vote for The ance men are busy organizing St. John this county which last fall only registered two votes for prohibition will on Nov. 4th make quite a respectable It is no wonder that our friends the Republicans are hot as Our friend John A is whooping it up for St. John and endeavoring to fully do grave digger by trying to bury both the old The tions are that the G. O. P. will prove the first That is now it smells Is it true that the old local ring of pot house politicians have been stirred by fear to scheme so that cannot be sent through the I learn that their efforts will prove i n the end and that Olean will have a prohibition Am glad .to learn that the capable dent of the Great Valley St. John club is a brother to the city editor of the Down at a beautiful mountain resort 45 miles north of I ran across an An old inhabitant had died heavily insured a few weeks before The policy was placed at Troy three weeks The amount of the policy just claimed and suspecting something was wrong the company sent ad agent to the village who found that a relative had personated the old man who had been an in curable invalid for eighteen The en- relative will probably have an opportunity to inspect the interi ot Long's Glen's was engaged for a St. John The party whizzed through the and Mr. explained that the meeting could not be held in his as the Blame and Logan club who wanted the ball for headquarters threatened to establish themselves elsewhere if the St. John rally was allowed in his Tbe Mulligan Guards had but a ing meeting was held in the west side M. E. church and a considerable ber of Republicans renounced Tricky Jim for St. and The A. of arc to punish the Republicans for their treachery last and I will do all j I can ti Frederick tion executive a bot can if he i to bear half the total and that is will Betting on the Sept. William Wyse bet even with Col. Charles 8. Spencer at the Fifth Avenue Hotel on Saturday Cleveland would be The ing at the Gilsey Housa Mr. bet even with Mr. Parker that Cleveland would carry New York State by Mr. Robert the furniture vi ho was offered to duplicate the but the offer was declined by Mr. A group of sporting men were gathered in the corridor of the St. James Hotel on day and when Mr. entered the discussion into Charles the offered to bet 8500 even that Mr. would carry the State of New Mr. Wyse took the bet and was promptly placed with Capt. W. proprietor of the St. as Mr. Wyse to repeat the wager with any of the other bookmakers but the offer was not A few days ago it was 1 that Al. Smith representing James E. tue was authorize 1 to bet any part of on Elaine's The rumor reached Mr. Sol and he sent two representatives with each to interview Mr. Smith at the Gilsey Mr. Smith said he represented Mr. Kelly merely in the a d that personally he was backing and believed that he would be Mr. representatives were referred to Mr. who said he had changed his and did not then propose to make the A Noted Journalist and Tltc Driver of Kansas Germans Stirred Sept. result of the election is beginning to show it- self in this State among the They are just apparently becoming aroused to the fact that prohibition is a national A few evenings ago Herr Von Langen spoke in this city to a large and intelligent audience of German and his remarks were received He argued to his countrymen that their hope for al liberty and personal freedom lies with the Deim cratic party for the present at Herr Von Langen is the editor of the Tele- the leading German paper of the Four years ago it supported Garfield and w as rock-ribbed in its To-day it supports Glick and Mr. Von Langen said that as near as can be mated there are German voters in the I have been a resident here for some and have an acquaintance Germans all over this and I am not aware of one single German who cast his ballot for the Republican State years ago we had only between 000 and and voters and 1 can truthfully assert that from to 000 cf these votes were cast for This year we have and of the will go to Cleveland and The Germans have an the object of which is to defeat all sumptuary tion and the election of men w ho are in sympathy with them on this I and mind what I this is what bring about a revolution in the politics of at present The society in this State includes some of our most prominent and well known It comprises and one half of these have been man Every member will vote for George W. Glick for Governor and 40.000 votes of the society will go to SUBURBAN If Live in a nice put on lots of At church on the Sabbath wear a hypocrite's And when a good chance lo shall attend Lie down like a clog the man who befriends Besmear and befoul dishonor his And then yourself for playing a smart claims She has about E. A. Anderson has severed his ion with the Bolivar Port Allegany is reported as harboring a man who prop sss to astonish the natives by skating There are now prisoners in McKean county and among them three ont whom is confined for Tlie E of C' ami Staple of ex- to have a raw this Mr. R f T f years a of an 1 of i r SEVERAL MATTERS The Week's Developments in lice PI EDWIN D. The Allegany Lumber Company purchased the timber on acres of land of Hoyt Thd land is located but a few miles from Hoyt Brothers have built a standard gauge railroad twelve miles running from the Erie railroad in Bradford to the heart of the The Allegany Lumber Ci will load the logs on the transport them to their mills at N. Y. On the 4th of last says the Smethport John a living in Port fell into a railroad culvert and broke his Tne limb was not properly set and consequently never flesh on the leg becoming a putrid mass so that amputation became Dr. of this and Dr. of Port Allegany took the limb but only lived about au hour after the tion was OUR BAPTIST A 3IUSJEJIEX m The in as De- scribed by a Bradford Era The finest building in it is is the new edifice of the First Baptist con- which n ill probably be dedicated about the middle of The new which faces the when com- w ill including the sive of the memorial L. the noted architect of New the and of are tbe builders of this beautiful and substantial The ing is composed of e and terra and is of the gothic Mr. explained to tbe writer that the original does not to any while the modern gothic dres be d to buit ideas of comfort and The of the with the exception of the speaker's appears to be nearly The is made of corrugated is beautifully coed by the best of The new is also in its The latter was furnished by a Buffalo company at a cost of It is run by water One of the features of the new Baptist church is the beautiful stained glass in the All of the latter in the main auditorium are the aggregate cost of which is between a d The large front glass is furnished by tne widow of enzo F. at a cost of The central window on the left side is furnished by Mr. C. V. B. as a memorial to his It contains a portrait of the latter Another window on this side of the is furnished by a Sunday school class iu memory of their classmate HER Saturday Sep. 27, this celebrated drama will be given at the Opera The Boston Transcript said of One of the largest audiences ever ed within the walls of the Globs theatre was last night to the military and spectacular The piece was placed on the stage in very fine Some of the street scenes of twenty years ago and more were highly realistic and the movements of the soldiers lifelike and The acting was evenly and smooth DRAMATIC It was a very small audience which ed Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson at the Opera House Wednesday night in their musical absurdity called The few who heard it enjoyed it. The company is a small five active they make lots of and sing and danca de- Tbe is a spectacular tion with a goo J deal of good any quantity of blood curdling It was put on at the Opera House last Saturday and was inter- by a an I excellent The attendance was THE MAX ABOUT The troupes now traveling through the country are meeting with p houses in almost every They tell me that years are invariably bad for In the first place they are constantly running across opposition j cal meetings of both parties which has thi effect to take away many theatre Then the hard times makes it for most people to save their and they are loth to attend a of any kind unless it is something unusually But more than anything they tell are they effected by he skating which are now numerous in every and constantly in- creasing in People spend all their spare change in the and let the tres have the go Speaking of I am reminded that there are several other people besides the showmen who complain of a loss of business on account of the roller skating A billiard man told me the other day that it had almost killed their while saloon men sny it has taken away many who were ined to ar their and drop in occasional for George Edgar and another fully stained next to the Barse is that of Mrs. in of her On the opposite side of the as between spending their money can And n Bradford I hear that Hu are making lively 311 t c Iv A. w. ar- cl t temp ail don't as they for pool gov C. Tbr and The O ran is j and tuat corn's to tins FTC and Kar can't it at win irade lo c with Tne St. t. hour El We Isvi w. hotH in 3'. n another in memory of Pur by her j and Sunday ool Only a faint of the of the pulpit be obtained in its present incomplete c As iar as the nas J. it a bit of of an for au room and w ill m stiy who divisions for c and nl for what r is In to i is a a aid J toiM i ci mi I to ihe j j C. K A. I U. c. and i f in 1 b of the whole the 11- w K. The Great Fire Parade at and Events Too Numerous To Items From the Police Justice's Office Kate Ryan and Sarah Brown are bors at the Erie who do not dwell in harm In fact they and quarrel in a mam er very coining Last out a peace warrant for Mrs. had her Mrs. Brown gave bail for good Burley became her to this on ilay Ryan caused the arrest of James Brown and James two of his boys about seven for trespass and Ryan claimed they had invaded his garden and his vegetables Justice told them the case must be out of Mrs. Elizabeth Platt on swore out a warrant for the arrest of her son Fred w ho she said had violently and beaten After thinking of matter over the mother and refused to appear against her manry Platt has the reputation of be- ing a bad and the Justice advised him to skip the town or he would take steps to instil a little decency into John Cousins swore that Chapman broke the back door of his house on the Martin farm and abstracted a violin worth a worth wherefore he desire 1 Chaj man's but Chapman has not been 1. Timothy R of Port v swore that David Morrison him in a shocking in his and d is I will throw him in the Morrison was and when the day for the i lie before Just ce McKmley a swarm of to prove that Regan was the Evidently that was tbe case for Regan i to appear against his and was John a for using State street as a and Louis the young man who was sent to the throe months for stealing the to the watchman of the N. Y. P. has H s r-i came up a 'd paid his of John the chao wno was sent to the the woi k house for MX months for ing and wife and is also out agai i. wif j worke I and earned the money to pay Lis fine of w bich ed his The police are looking for who lired with her in a I the She went to a week ago has not been home and her whereabouts cannot be She is a girl fourteen years old and of ber has dai k black hair and blue ed dark straw umbrella shaped Any information concerning her will be thankfully received by her boring please anl white uniforms WTO very The W. D. Hatch brigade with its handsome took tlic gate off tiie and a porti m the ice The boys of the oMer and larger ri lei by Barse hose drum corps with drum mij r Curry in Ir was the only corps in line and pr a dcd and was in in when the boys werp r All the visiting were tame 1 at tite headquarters in a royal and much praise cannot be given the for The banqueted the laddies at the rooms of Bradley and hose in the The t the and visiting at Alter the parale the It was a i bleak and t e puton The I o six or seven of made a i HI iiii to ihe -ing was laid and ju ges them ant ther rti haw the accident nut i ra i s J i i i Ci h s- i ih re- Will the play nii m T may the which now s U. it is in .re or 3- s- On it is a j r s. t f j us X I sin nv i cf in m -t J ar f Bolivar's Big Notwithstanding a slight fall of last m the Whitney Luther 4. Barse drum the W. D. Hatch brigade and a number of citizens departed for Bolivar to take part in the second annual of the fire de- of Snort y after the arrival of the various com jw lies the is and the day was all could be and of out t m the li ie of decorating and th t a very ul foil i were in the which at a o'clock C. H. acting f S. H. F. Vice- S C. M. Williams M. M. Tlie in the Viro M I CO i o i r rr T- 11 co t r rinks 1 r. -T I II 1 1 1 1! THI a- L t 11, H. fini u- an i t Tne k d L A f. -t 11 T 1 JI r. 1T 1 1 t h r Y. r i u m s jo v r T Ir- r 0 ir I r T. in in w 1h-i1 this S i 1> on I 1 K ill n f s II Will r 1 i K t f O iir d' h 1 to kl ow i fill r n u. u 1 M-i Ji 11 TV Mi vi r r 3 M r r r T w 1 if 1) J. 1' in n W j U T J c i M- N i I 1 11 th i- is in W j I 1 MI H 1 S t. m 1. r. r IT. 1 IT T. 1- 1 M l b i f. N Y A. r N. V Oil 1- 1 at M- t. IH I h. l r. d y c minus r i first I were ly d. j a fa 1 B livar This team has ver or they wou d the The a pu of In the 100 yard foot race Gr of Luther hosi No Bicycle race was wo by P ot Chief Harry Rho Macken and foreman were and as usual made it lively for all who met Onr Portrait JX D. Tins famous jockey was brought np 3ii the farm of Mr. the owner of at Though but thirty years of aje he has already shown remarkable judgment as a and ness and patience as a COL. BONN A of one of the early French his grandfather a of- ot ihe and his fattier a an 1 banker of Bonn Pi lit retains many of characteristics of A native of Ohi he nas admitted to the ani shortly place 1 on the bench from w he was appointed to the service at Paris by President At the outbreak of our civil war he entered as a and soon after accepted a position 011 the staff of Gen. Robert C. serving with honor through the In Col. was elected froni Logan county to the Ohio here he made himself to the politicians by his of reform Sickening of with an experience that has since proved invaluable to he turned his attention to For three years 2nt of The Cincinnati Commercial he plied that paper with a letter a day during sessions of These letters were a tremendous reason for which CoL Piatt says was that American public longed for personalities and I catered to that In Washington I found the house a cave of the and the senate a preposterous My holding a solemn old pump of a senator up to ridicule was as startling as it was delicious to the At tbe end of his three years work as cor- respondent he joined with George Alfred Townsend in starting The Washington Cap- Townsend shortly afterwards retired from the as did Mr. Piatt in Florence Fools a Hotel York the little fun out ol the anti-Jewish crusade at a summer His jovial face has Irish lines in but no lineament could be construed as He had read about tbe and it came into his mind as he a ked up to the He wrote in the book New The clerk looked at the signature in sudden and then gazed earnestly into the comedian's that your he 1, quite thrown off ish my in excellent Solomon I am to Fay that we can't give you a At this the bystanders and tbe joke was duly noted for The steady was the is r T. Fn in- in. nJ Arthur has left in Chin Kue in in New i- at Why n do The man that ran to for is s- r. on r in N Y TilV of a letter F vtr to n. end nin mr T- nator w I j li 1h t i- II ti h. wrist pill i. c n Mm
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