Sunday Morning Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1882, Olean, New York mmj VOL. LIGHTNING TRIBUTE BY WHOLE THE N. SUNDAY AUGUST 13, 1882. WHOLE A of From Base Ball Aug. following is the score of the league games ed At Bostons 5, Cleveland 0; at dences 2, Chicagos 0; at 7, Worcesters 4. The League Championship Aug. following shows the games won and lust by league clubs to us Chicago Detroit Boston Troy 27 SS 29 Gen. Adye to Command in Adye will command all the land forces in Egypt until Wolseley Gen. Allison will shortly take the post of chief of the intelligence department for the British and Indian The main body of the British troops will remain on the transports until Wolseley This will leave him free to effect a landing elsewhere than in Alexandria if he thinks Winning In an Aug. Brokers in third street talked of nothing else this week but of the wonderful luck of one of their number at the game of matching The game was played on Saturday after noon after the stock Exchange had In the office of a leading member of the exchange a number of brokers got together and discussed the dullness of the One suggested to an- other in a spirit of fun that they match In the course of teen minutes all the pennies that could be got around the place had passed between the two to make it interesting they branched from coppers to cent Quite a good sum had ed hands in this and the game in a short time became the spectators entered into it with as much zest as the two who by this time had become absorbed in the game of Becoming excited they changed the five cent pieces to and a Latest Irom 12. Turkish delegates to the conference informed Dufferin that no troops would be land in Egypt until the ar- rival of the Turkish special What Dufferin insists upon in order harmony of is that no movements of Turkish when they are in take place without the preliminary con- sent of Gen. A Brother's NEW Aug. paymaster of Eobinson masons and drew from the bank to-day and took it to his to make out the payments for the His brother a night man ed by the nied Arriving home he drew out the money in two John took one containing and his brother's revolver and The lice are seeking for Fire at Aug. fire broke out in St. suburb one o'clock large money passed from one to In less than an hour one of the players Was a loser to the extent of At this point there was a Then the winner said he would give his opponent three es to double or This was and on the first match he lost increasing the sum to The second chance increased it to and the third to This brought the game to a The man who lost gave his notes for the amount and went ADMIRAL The Man who Alexandria this About twenty houses have already been There are no water the supply of water being derived from of which have already given The wind is blowing in the di- rection of the It is if the fire crosses iato the suburb of St. a third of the city will be i The fire is It is expected the total loss will not exceed 150.000. Three or four people are reported in- jured by falling Elopement and Marriage of a New York August of proprietress of a fashionable boarding house in Xerr has been receiving the of D. B. a Spaniard who has been acting as interpreter in the fifth avenue contrary to the wishes OUE i The drafted men of 1863 for this counly will hold a convention at Little the 25th inst. The Greenbackers of this will have their convention at the Dudley 19. the Franklin hank cashier it ia where he and The death of D. W. proprietor of the Dudley with regret by MB many friends throughout the Jamestown Charles one of the settlers of is living at the very advanced age of 101 and 6 The Agricultural ciety will its annual fair on the commencing October 3, and continue four Congressman Van of this dis- voted for Ihe river and harbor which President Arthur Van nam wants to be A Tarport who attempted lo out- rage two little was arrested and put in Alleged Queen scene are being enacted at is called the Faith Cure being held at Old Orchard Conn. is the direction of a Dr. the manager of a Home in and has attracted great Miraculous cures are alleged to have been made through ihe ity of Dr. whose operand consists in the p head witk oil and saying a brief prayer over The lame and blind ire re- ported to pass in quick succession before in many cases lo come One old laely who had not walked a step in twenty is said 10 have created a great sensation by discarding her crutches immediately alter finished and walked a long distinct Three old gentlemen lame were also apparently maUe ia ihe sight of the much of this is true we haye no the reports the marks of coming through no harder lo the imaginative stories of the and Shep Taggert and two old bums from were in town Wednesday and got their tanks full of loger he took iii iht his bands on you will see the tails Mabee he did uot see those girls on the tram the other you will have to be careful or Alice n ill get on to the and then you will have to go to Red House lo hunt up a It is too bad you are led astray in such a Ike why did you not take Gertie instead of It must be she has given you the The around town day Were decorated in good If tlie wrote Melhuish and up will call at the the he will hear something to his The Hose the only Joe Been is so bow Shorty was out with cart Wednesday if he only had krael for foreman he would be WHAT THE HERALD WOULD LIKE XO found out who the cor- tne is. Why the correspondent 0f the thinks that and are correspondents for the Jimmy the U MAN ABOUT I have been rnv usual for all it was worth arid whip any The City Talking machine on our streets again Wednesday wound up for twelve John Morrison will tell you where to find it. Emma B. was in town Wednesday the Lust Sunday company of indignant citizens secured a good of tar and the lockup at the midnight took out the gave him a liberal coat of tar and feathers and then him It wouldn't hart been a bad if Olean had served in the same The Randolph Dr. Van stalwart Gowanda postmaster has betn Of course the Gowanda people are very indignant over the matter and justly w. Van could not get in Gowanda to swear and if private reports do not mislead the new postmaster is the mort lar man in lhat and had half the crazy after Jack McKenna and a few more Indians tipped a load of bees over The United Hose Company No. 4 of Bradford took the The smartest boy in town is Prof. If you want to learn to call on Jack S. he will teach you for two dollars a The correspondent of the Leader has come lots for You will find him in the Fish Mr. J. St. Bargy has cut his farm on Jefferson street up into an is now offering them for Will sports a coat Fred is the twes baker of V. Says Ridwell wants to What was the matter K. and the polish Why band wasn't out Why Whitcomb dident buy the old folks pome ice cream when he bought Started to stay a month and came back in two and I confess I returned sorry I had not stayed at home I I bear a dozen Simply e 11, no better place on the foot slool in which to spend the hot July and than right in It cool 1.cie.it is also can rest enjoy if you think a good better at the crowded watering taik about to Long or a hundred other watering for real and is the raciest It is a change and You tee a big Crowd of elegantly dressed yuu giue ipon their elaborate and fine but you don't get You are ired until yon get back home And home s the only place on earth where you can et real genuine rest and Where did I as a Man About I took in several I do not ropose to weary you account of ly It is about as bad to read such lings with the thermometer in the nd as ii is lo nit and travel all ay long in a parlor car hot enough to broil f I lo the sea shore first York jn the There was at that an oppressive Sultriness in the and made yon T boat for- Coney and crowding surging mini of people who d uly make fife inferable at Coney Lake reputation for other who the young man the A lew weeks ago Miss Stephenson visited some friends at N. H. and in this Hero met her true lover and they were by Mayor Mrs. Stephenson bearing ot the intended elopement came here at but ar- rived only to find her daughter no longer nnd returned home Alice brought back from Paris a lotof new wardrobes and new with which she win strive to regain lost Her season in August 21 If Mica was only about fifty years rounger she might be able to regain r But Alice has been too up quite Sunday a lent thunder over doing considerable M Point a was by Two named prostrated by the The hair wa completely from Ihe bend of Icr shoes torn in mi not 1m- The moral to be ii Ihe only place on Lake a can paw Die the Sunday The of the S. Army affords chance for who have nothing lo and inclination lo leave trade horses Ed. a boy of 15 years was sent to the Little Valley jail to await the action of the court for stealing a watch and the next time you go home with look out for for he has got his eye on 1o find the pay for i the turf and has trained too unruly private an JfQ pt 7lje1eimof fm arid us 10 are 21 lo 35 in the artillery inw be not 5 fed 4 inches in 120 and not more than 100. In the cavalry ihe height must be 5 feet 4 and not over fire feel with weight not to exceed 165 The recruiting rendezvous is at Fort The express company have ed a new wagon and it a r rank says he is not ashamed to drive the mule through Main St. Doty says that was his Lc had around town last week and he ROCS with the You are ihe liang on to the j giris The fool of the town is JL of The Jamestown Leader's dent of this place accused G. W. and W. F. of being tlic reporters of this paper now 1 say Mr. struck men that try the girl It Sidney Bauton is the proudest boy in If 0. D. thinks no one knows who Correspondent of the Leader is What kind of a Jake Mel has got If Jonnie Dunn will whip Keilly when he catches IE Milan thinks he can whip the town or just a few of the people in it If is going to marry the If Shep is chief of the Jamestown fire If John Battles thinks he can get away with Whedon or if be thinks he will try it again? If Jim Taylor did not commence parade too What M. H. the Bradford Kate was doing around Thursday and Jones got all the beer they could If they did they must have eot all Gib If Bargy will fight Milan four rounds for ten worth of where people teem to do nothing but eat and The I visited the the New York said I was one of who went nnd uputi HIB Think a Think of h Dragging up anil down the listening to the of a doz and the crowds surging and down the white Two hundred and forty nine thousand of people went lo bed that night tired and it took half of them all day Monday to get oyer ihe jaunt Yet they call that People go and lake up their here for two or just to watch the crowds I I got all I wanted in one It is a wonderful anil is well worth of the to the but the person Newport is a good six hours sail from New and about three by This is tie aristocratic and in that respect as much above Long Branch as Branch is above Coney A man wilh half a million dollars couldn't get a position MS coachman 1 1 person who north ten or twenty want to come for he would not be recognized in The the the ihe the the New York's Healthiest and oldest have rammer mansions A to get into ihe cieam of Newport must be well as well as and none of the cottagers to with poor people who paying a couple a week at one of the during the Property is almost as valuable on Ihe cipal residential avenue of Newport il ie on New and there is ably more wealth represented ut Newport during the summer at any other ten watering places on On ruy way back a imp at Saratoga was place even the ocean as sn But it is and is very largely by people who liye hotek Saratoga society doesn't amount to compared with Newport and it hasn't many permanent summer There are some but nothing to compare with either Long Branch or Saratoga is more of a Coney land so far as the character ol its visitors are I returned from my two week's uot not but thoroughly dragged I rested in the same ner of the country people who make a summer Olean is a good enough place for me in the The null I take my in the THE MAK ABOUT Another lo an age of monopoly in all of but who would think of a monopoly in Ihe dentistry But such tute of six ago nearly the and large m denial goons n tlie formed a he object to abases u y bo sure you catch tho right tine next time before you publish it. 1 think you must when you those two gentle men up in that But you careful not tolet known will to have someone a col- lection lo buy If you ivant to die a hard death VAT a story told in dime novel go nnd tec Miller Jessie at the he can talk an irm off in two He he would till them loo Charlie you want to hire out to Barnun or You can get a job G. is sorry he did not go to he Charlie if that big Swede JOB of but the aim tieing to Ilie priors of and x S. While of the arrest of goods in ihe the head of the nd all lo of ihe or nnl of as the Oil in my cml The ts this is already reen in a in Ihe cml nf fint arc happy to ibat will lo work at ihr n AS 1 who would go there lo pass their vacation in estimation be a f Long Branch only two noure from New ride down the bav and just touching upon the ful moot of the way on both Long Branch is compared wilh Coney It has the beach drive in the You can lake a and drive along old ocean's and most of the way through a rinth of elegant for more fourteen There arc several of interest which will be pointed lo the First above the house where will naturally draw jour at- ADMIRAL THE MAS WHO AlEX The naval who drove ol having de- in ihe harbor of that cily by a bombardment which the of ironclads in a ner never before is a man who has seen ranch in different parts of the A recent portrait and a sketch of his life cannot fail to interest aud our of the Leek Wellsville is to oy one week of grand beginning on the 14th of and closing on Saturday evening Aug. It 'n for he purpose of giving the weary and out farmers and H of nd a chance lo and re- It will be a harvest and conducted by a score of gentlemen from thit A lit mown and and promises to be a of and will make Wellsville gay and A platform will be in ihe grove em North Pearl where dancing will take place during Ihe and in of rainy Ihe managers have secured Lincoln on each day there will climbing greased catching pig ami and A Band will furnished music and parade the each and good It is at the htt m lotion known for the are Poor We think of his and go to which Ton for him a lugli a He none but anri dots all bis woik in a superior in 1'ierte N. Y. The Olean Sunday HERALD increases 10 circulation with eTery If you 10 be rare of it Sunday tell one sf ihe lo it for months of painful and lura away in Grant's cottage ii compared moil of thai but upon it with a peculiar the New York owns a collage ihal It this and run av a Murphy he in Ilie ol John hap a Jiy from upon whith he half a million and he is not through is lo tlie finest summer collage in the BT ihe nay a at lo from June tn The balance of the Long Branch by nl people who maie il summer these covering the beach for miles and are a good thare of Hie But it is a ful place to a weeks or month Ii is quiet and has gant surf It provided wilh good and is not wilh that who and THE NEWSPAPER AVe regret that ihc it lo Oiul one 10 the on not upon the for we tumid have hail lo il The Olean thai lit or ste fd you 4n h a of The one whole page of ils 1-, of the Allegany Oil It to us that we have heard that name but it was so that we had forgotten is Ihe Oil anyway?