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Rushford Spectator (Newspaper) - June 2, 1887, Rushford, New York OP OP 50 00 00 power and wanted In every power and wanted In every AND GENERAL J AFTER 3 worms are a this O'Connor is repainting his J. Lyon expects to raise his barn May advertisement of salesmen Erie Railway have resumed the sale of thousand mile N. Holden is painting his residence and Tuller are doing the Hudson is again represented week by our faithful and reliable the rain of last forest fires were raging very extensively in portions of Wellsville and M. has purchased a new road cart and is driving his He is a very colt and drives up in good will be no more grinding at East Rushford Mills after June 4th until further The mill will be shut down for abutments are being built for the new iron bridge at East also the bridge near H. C. Dresser's residence is being Peters has moved from bis former residence on the south side of the creek at East Rushford to the house vacated by Daniel Wood last reported that our boys played a club of ' at If they are the little hoys of we should like to gaze upon some of their Lottie Monroe has just completed a large crayon picture of The work is very executed and is a correct of the beautiful and loving B. Sill is improving Sill mill at Cuba is doing a thriving business this They have recently added a band saw to their machinery and are sawing about 25,000 feet of lumber per and employ sixteen Friendship Register saye that C. Kingsbury is very proud of his young Wonder which is the only Wilkes stallion in the It was foaled May 18th and belongs to a breed of horses whose records range from 2:13 to 2:20. Wellsville Daily Reporter has been added to our list of Besides giving all the county news from day to day it contains the latest telegraphic news found in any city and is a bright and subscription paper was circulated about town last week and nearly was subscribed to build a pagoda for the band and to use in case of The pagoda will 1)0 built at once and is to be located on the north-west corner of the academy exchange says that people are contemplating building along the banks of Lake and some are already being Already many families are rooms at hotel fur the summer With the little row and the pleasantness of other it bids fair to be a The case of the people against Mary Wileman charged with the minder of her is having its in the Court of Oyer and before Judge at Little Valley this An extra nf 120 jurors was summoned sheriff from which to select a jury to hear and determine the 800-pound double action fire boll has been purchased for Franklinville from Clinton Bell Co. of Troy N. and its arrival is anticipated It is to be placed the roof of T. T. B. Button's grocery building and will be sounded from a rope in the The l ost tho and is a little than charged with 1 Mike Fox at was f The penalty for the is not less than or more than live years tho unwilling was nr days but was Judge Werner i harging Fox that if he was ever found drunk in it Would bo put into our Base Ball Club received a challenge from the academy club at Franklinville to play a match game of ball at Franklinville Although our boys had practiced very little this they accepted the and went over Monday and did them up to the tune of 47 to 19. Manager Ives and Umpire Croop did themselves contrary to the general neither club found with the rulings of Mr. boys played well and this season will be a hard club to beat It being a holiday there were many from who went over to assist in the to do the A steady boy to work in a cheese Apply to W. H. hopples at Strawberries at the fish and lard at Croop to Gordon's for seed corn and at the Monitor oil stove at lime and Akron cement at hats away below cost at Croop 20 per dozen at Gilbert's Drug the Gutta Percha for sale only by and handkerchiefs very cheap at Croop to Merrill's for your wool twine and sheep to the Une lei fall Where they F. 2 1887 NO. over Pratt Main on andat to adv. In our bank in er's order tfn cents pej Free locala to regular ad vert cuts 23 3-4 inches in a column Croop has returned from Jaggers was in Rochester last Brown's mother is a guest at his Talcott of Rock is in town this Carrie is visiting friends at Ruth Burlingame is visiting friends at Agar of Caneadea is clerking at the Hardy Walker of Silver Springs was in town last Gilbert was in Rochester last week replenishing his hoes and cultivators combined only at of the beat and latest style collars for 25c at Croop in your deacon they are wanted at the your wire cloth for doors and windows at are still giving away hats with every suit of fortunate in escaping a frost during the recent cold have some good second hand cook stoves at a bargain at be discouraged for A. M. Taylor is selling his prints for 4 per yard English canned pure spaces in at Gilbert's Drug boots and a good suit of clothes at A. M. accounts that have run over thirty please call and E. Taylor advertises ciscoes for I don't know what ciscoes are I wish you would bring some home next time you come from factory will soon be in and you can procure thom at very A quantity of wooden Smoke Latest News Best 5 cent cigar on Havana For sale only by Croop Bros. 30w6p E. C. Gilbert for Dr. Bates Groat Botanic to loan at five per cent by Bowon General Insurance and Loan N. lot of j worsted dress corded trimming novelty white goods and many other things too numerous to mention at A. M. quantity of seed potatoes for I also have room in my pasture for a few more yearlings at per head for the H. is nothing succeeds like and we predict that when its virtues and sterling qualities become there is no article of groceries which will succeed in the same ratio as now for sale by James and imported by This choice brand is composed of the selected leaves of the tea plant in their natural without the addition of any poisonous to give them It is consequently a of tho first order and must needs retain all its invigorating as these cannot escape from the of the Perfection can furnish a few more with Lister Brothers Dissolved Bone also Phosphate and I have one oT of Prices from to per If you want to raise a good crop of potatoes or yon can do so by using the Success N. are in want of a few more good men to for ilic sale of nursery To men who can make a success ol the business we can pay salaries or and I ent We have many new | and choice specialties in tlie fruit | and ornamental line others do not Address at once N. Merrill of Station was in town over A. H. Johnson delivered an address at Belfast Memorial Anna Dunning Mary Pratt were in Rochester over C. W. Woodworth is in Rochester this week after new Lottie is the guest of her brother Charles at E. Tiffany and family of Houghton drove through Morrison has moved his family from Allentown to and Mrs C. T. Feny of Almond were of J. B. Litchard over Davis of Palmyra visited riends in town last Eddie has a position in the office of the Palmyra Knowles Baldwin and daughter of Farmersville are guests of Mrs. Baldwin's Mr. and Mrs. W. O. and Mrs. Wilson were called to Rochester Friday by the sickness of Mrs. Wilson's returned Monday Nye and Miss Emma Corse are teaching school in the districts in they taught last Taylor Hill and East M. and G. D. Metcalf were in Buffalo Monday looking after the leases upon land in this which were given a few years By tho condition of the tho upon tho land were to bo paid or the leases were to be given who on the evening of the 27th of March last fell striking the back of his head upon a stone sustaining thereby serious injuries that for a time rendered his condition both mentally and physically critical in the has not only fully but is evidently in better health than previous to the This marked improvement wholly attributable to magnetic treatment received from Royal who as many residents of know by experimental is a superior Mr. recovery seems more remarkable in of his 66 Bellville have organized a Sabbath School with Elbert Baker as It is to be held at the school house each Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Benjamin Wednesday J une 8th. All are the second page of this issue will bo found the full text of the Inter State Commerce concerning which so much has been said during tho past few Western New York base ball leage was organized with clubs from Pei Mt. Attica and Officers were elected as Dr. J. E. Perry Henry S. P. Leroy John F. H. a respectable citizen of instantly killed by the cars in that village on Tuesday morning of last He attempted to cross the track in front of an express train on theE rio and was struck by the engine with such force as to throw him from the track and break his Ho was about 70 years of I to has a jet black four year Stallion which will stand at his residence in Rushford W. F. this season for a limited number of Mr. horse was sired by Elmer Cottrell's Norman Percheron which took first premium at Fair last and dam by a blood Morgan sound body and a contented are necessary to perfect If you to possess cleanse your with It is perfectly safe to and is a thoroughly highly and powerful wm we her the was a she cried for When she clong ta tbm in Wellsville wo were taken in and cared for by A. E. Cowles of the Editor Cowles is crowding the reputation of the Democrat beyond high water which it attained under the tho late Editor and it ono of the foremost county in tho following from the may to bo in tho use of 1(5, was and killed by Emil at near Saturday Anderegg was shooting with a rifle at blackbirds half a mile from where Cooper The hall passed through the unfortunate lad's severing the jugular Coroner Cummings was summoned and a who rendered a verdict of accidental at the same lime censuring Anderegg for the careless use of in tho inflation and soreness of the ure of a slate of the and can be by the use of That or it will terminate in suffering for from a cough which lifter using many remedies any threatened to we were by Itie nse of Wild J. Editor of spring with your blood lull of your atui liver and whole system liable to bo prostrated by bui get Imo good and ready for the and warmer weather by taking Hood's It stands unequalled for purifying the giving an ana lor a general spring at 11 o'clock a. your Fairview correspondence of last week we read of the presence of a couple of pension investigators in that Possibly they are the same individuals who succeeded in victimizing some of our citizens out of small sums of money by representing themselves as pension United States and finally decamped leaving their board Wherry and Sowersby are doing the mason work for the new bridge to be built at East Dickey is working at carpenter work with N. E. McElheny of Black J. McMillan has taken the job of laying the stone for the cellar and foundation of the new F. W. Baptist parsonage at Rawson and is to commence work on Tuesday of the present D. Swetland had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse last week from of the Wells Caldwell of Allegany accompanied by her little daughter visited her Mrs. Norah Corry Scott and little son have been spending a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M. Gere of Houghton were the guests of Miss Emma Strahan on Saturday of last Lindsay and W. H. Petty of Weston's Mills visited relatives in town on Saturday last remaining over of valuable pure bred Merino sheep belonging to Royal Marsh of which were pasturing on the farm of Mrs. was two weeks ago damaged by being chased and bitten by two dogs owned in the Several lambs were devoured and one of fhe most valuable ewes so bitten that she died in a few Another under kindest care seems likely to Fortunately the dogs were detected in their depredations and promptly remains of a grandson of Perry formerly of this were brought from Olean on Thursday of last week and buried in the Bellville We hear that the lad was about nine years of age and was a victim of that terrible 1 lovely time of the year seems to new life to all from rich to from every soul rejoices When we open our we hear the all up of praise to their anS which were seemingly now rain of last week has improvement in the of Dame her emerald Mantle is so beautiful that all fall with especially the the feel that their is abont over for to try their hand at quoit L. Jones visits this town every Tuesday with his We all know John as we can hear his cheery W. Morrison from Port Allegany is here visiting his mother and Abrams of Eagle is visiting here this week with her Mrs. Bray and wife of Rushford visited relatives in town last W. T. Elliott and Mrs. S. Morgan are on the sick B. Lincoln is recovering from his injuries caused by his horse kicking and injuries keep Dr. Waterman he has an extensive practice which he deserves as he has been here many years and is widely known as a successful His practice embraces the adjoining towns as well as G. pains spared Give me a Shop on Second Floor of Briok N. B. Grordon IN ALL KINDS ai M ili ON most elegant all wool Dress Beaded Dress at James most extensive line of New Misses Children's Cloaks at James largest Stock of Cardigan Jackets and all Knit Goods at James most complete line of Boots that you cheap at greatest variety of Etc. at James to Call and see STORAGE all kinds always on hand to bo sold Cheap as the N. - too late lor last have filled their new store with a good stock of Now is a good time for young old bachelors and old maids to get week Miss Mervil of ho taught the Jones district school last was here visiting her Sunday evening Rev. Roberts had a larger congregation than usual at the Siloam Congregational Thursday Rev. H. N. a Free Will was buried at Rev. Ball of and the was over Rev. Plumb has been a resident of Elton for many years and pastor of the Baptist has been the means of the conversion of an earnest christian with courage to cling to the right even to his own He tasted and saw that the Lord is and the great aim of his life was to have others taste and see the Although he had a feeble body he lived to be over 80 years of Reed New preached an eloquent sermon on the wickedness of In the course of his sermon he said a man has no right to be an old Young Imen take the remember before it gets too R. done with an Valley 4, Rates on car Coal Yard and scales at the S keep a full stock of Dry Men's Hosiery and also that they are second to none in their stock Shoes Special Attention is paid to the in fact pertaining to and see ns and your for which we will pay the Jan. Pratt Symes and wife of were among our green hills last and George Metcalf left last week for Gainesville and vicinity to visit old friends and Caner and and Miss M. Maloy left for Cuba and Portville on Friday to friends and tho loving and sacred duty of decorating the graves of the hero S. Wilder has been the medium of scattering the grains of seed in tho bosom of mother earth for many farmers in this and other vicinities this He has a unique machine for the the music of manipulation gave the record to your of Jurors following is a list of jurors drawn to serve at a Circuit Court and Court of Oyer and to be held at the Court in the village of in and for the County of June 13th, 1887: G. Joseph J. Amos W. H. A. and is tlie Use going to or to buy when you can do better at We have tlie and complete Stock of Clothing ever to Rushford and we guarantee a good Fit and good Wool Suits from Overcoats from A large Stock of Pants from Boys and Youth s Clothing a Hats full line of the and rt o o E3 n E Jj ami Mrs. Homer have been visiting friends in C. wife and visited T. E. Lewis and of Myrta of was the guest of Miss Fannie Armstrong last Galvin is on the sick C. of Aiken is visiting his many friends in this Hiram Rotch spent a few days last week visiting her Mrs. J. T. cheese factory has been greatly improved by a coat of also tho residence of Mr. W. Gray has purchased a new Champion Fred has received a new supply of summer number of the young people gave a farewell party night in honor of Dr. who left for the following Is tn itself and to all other lu and A. Joseph T. Volney F. Charles R. Wilson B. Edward E. J. L D. F. Eugene John J. Lemuel D. Charles Theodore A. E. George J. N. R. D. - William David W. Michsel D. P. Morean Frank John Edgar O. Edward Miles W. Balfour William E. J. N. n John Marshall W. William S. John H. Oliver West L. Patent Easy Fitting N. cheap as the of Largest Stock in and NO. 2 BRICK ill Hyde A. to wo have our Entire aid RICHEST BOOK of the AGE is AT Miss Holly spent all last season timid the l of at and takes off ita neck pug hi lier Inimitable mirth-provoking The book is illustrated by tho renowned Will sell BRIGHT AGENTS AGENTS WAHm to sell Years in the BEN tho and of A richly treat Society from olden to tho wedding of report for a General MARK DOWN on our Entire Now is your don't for delays Make your Selections in Unequaled Varieties andat are the Great Attractions at o o f- fi 0> > t - I
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