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Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Olean, New York REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS- lUcunlva In the CH H Of- 11 December a, Marvin S. J.. to Edward James, AUJJUHI 17. Atfrifd and Wilson Hogg to Margaret L. uinklin- ville, November 26, 'DO, SluM.-. ui S. Jewell to Spencer S. Bullis, i. November 28. "DO, Spencer S. Bullis to William E. WheekT el al, Olean, 000. April 0, '90, Spencer So. Bullis to J. C French, Olean, November 2H, Arthur 0. Tilling- ]v-1 U. Wilbur Tillin-hast, Ashford. December '90, Addison Lawton to John Schindlcr, Ashford, Si ,500. September 23, Angus McDuilie .to Adelia Clark, Little Valley, May 22, bl, roster to the Rochester Pittsbur-j; R. K. Company, Carrollton, November 22, '82, Aluiira IJarrisou to Rochester Railway com- pany. Great Valley, May 14, '00, Commodore P. Vedder and one to May Howard Stewart, Elli- cottville, December 2. '90, Emily E. S trass to Daniel E. BurUett, Great Valley, February 18, '88, IlarrLson 11. Newell to Jasper E. Button, Humphrey, December 4, '90, jasper E. Button to Harrison II. Newell, Humphrey, December 3, '90, James A. Hogg to Wilson Hogg, Franklinville, November 27, '90, Fannie to John A. Haney. Olean, October 13, '90, Martha S. Sharpe to Clark W. Bosworth. Red House, November 17, '90, Marv Simpson to Benj. F. Thomas, Olean, December 8, '90, Adam Pfrhch to Charles Kaist. Allegany, November 26, '90, William M. Abrarns Jr., to Jeremiah Dailey, Olean, November '90, Jeremiah Dailey to William M. Abrau-s, Jr., Olean, November Edgar P. Rath burn to Mattie Rathburn, Ischua, August 10, 'SO, George W. Huntington to Saraetta M. Williams. Randolph, March 31, 1883, Nelson J. Higbee to Frank E. Barber. Coidspring, December 1, '90 William Germanstadt to Ellis Webster and one, Machias. and other valuables. December 6, '90, Edwin D. JaguisU f> Evert-Fisher, Yorkshire, November 8, '88, Mary Duchlot to Daniel Murphy, Olean, November 13, '90. William Bixby to Lucretia P. Shedd, Yorkshire. December 24, 'S3, The Uuicn Oil Comuany to Rochester Pittsburg Rail- way Company, Carrolton, Februasy 28 '82. Frank W. Bonnie and onp to Re chet-ter Pittslurg Railway Company, Uarrolton, Utceulber 9. "90. Hattie E. Mcrriii to Louisa M., and Thomas LafTertv.'Faini- ersville, December 8 '90, Hattie E. Merrill to John Vreeland, Farmersville, November 6 '89, John Stada to James Smith, Macbias. December 9 '90. Mar tin Zefars ro Jfhn M. Kruse. Ashford. August 9 '90, Devvitt C. to Peter Trubv, Oiean, November 11 '90, Olcatt P. Boardm.-r-. to William Bornemann. Olean. September 30. '90, W. W. Smith and one, executor, to Dewkt C. Con u fin t.-t ai Allegany. December 11, '90. Luc-- Green tr MM J. Olean, December 11. '00. William Jennie Glenn. C-i.OOu. lj.i-. K orne in the proportion of one quarter New York vani'i company, one quarter bv the Nickel :Ind oi.f-half by the L-.ik" Shore. S- That tlie highway ut T nia .'it The Board deems that tlie expense of charging the ivay should borne by towns, and tiie construction of the under cro.-s- n% should be borne by the railroad com- panii s in the same proportion as recom- ii'-ti :ed in to the firit improv- enr. sucii expels'- being in profjortion to the number of tracks of each road. NEIGHBORHOOD Notoi from Near liy uutl NOTED LAWYER DcD. Ciawford Over boxen of ciu-ese were ship- ped from CiittaniugUH village Saturday. Tlie Oswayo Valley Mail says: Frem to ten thousand roids of bark is annuallv shipped by tail from Ceres, (j opium liend his trade in one of Eliuirsi's public tchools and the authorities lire unuhlc to discover him. Clark Broihers, macliinists and elf ctri- cal expeits, of Bi-lmont, county. offer lo furni-ii electricifv live of expi use to llie counly, to execute mnrdereis. it the h.ill -shire is consolidated in Belmont. Castilt1 has a champion jumper wlio can clear a pol< placed three leet nine inc'-M F from lln- ground, ith a standing jump, lie is Prof. IVterjSkinnor, ol the C'-ntt-r school, and is anxious to secure a match with any good jumper in the county. Ihe fanners of Guilford. N. Y., at tlieii town last spring, voted to ofi'er a bountv of 10 cents a piece for the t -ils of woodchucks killed in the town. The result is that ir- eight months 30 has been p-iid out. Jamestown has a generous citizen. A street car driver a lew duys l-iund in his car a pocketbook containing .J05 in bills. lie found the owner as speedily as and returned the hook and money. In return he was nanded ten cents. Th" citiz-ns of Ch'Tiy Creek have louud it nece-sary to insert Ihe foliow- i''g notice in their local newspaper. "H'-reafter any person caught loitering or raiding disturbances during the in any of our several churches, will be arrested and severely deait with." A two-headed calf at the farm of C. C. Armstrong, of Duke Center, is the curio-ity of the hour. The heads point in opposite directions, and there are four natural ey-s and three ears. A photo- graph of "the freak has been taken. The curiosity is dead. The Bath Plaindpaler says there are three farms of a hundred acres each worth about the same, adjoining each other, one in the town of Cameron, one in Thurston. and the other in Bath. The Cameron farm was assessed the Thurston farm while the one ly- iag in Bath was down for The new iron bridge across the Gen- esoe river just below the lower falls at Rochester, is completed, and was opened I to the public last week with a great jol- 1 if: cat ion. l'< is 212 feet above the river, jbout irch IB Oldest 3Ieinher of the and 717 feet long. j. he cost was Coaniy Bar th.s -loming. and is the third largest MEADVIJ.LE, Pa..Dej. j bridge in the world. David SI. Farrelly, the oldest member-of Jlr. Isaac Russell, who lives in West cottntv bar. died this ra... s morning at his reside nee in this city, in i erofa steam- thresher, and wliile at the S-ith of his age. Mr. Farrellv j work at his engine he stepped into a pot as born in Meadviile March 15. 18o7, of water. The water w.w d-en and was a granJson of General David Mend, the Srst settler. 3Ir. Farrelly d from Allegheny in 18C4. aud latt-r was a cadet at the ilili- t-iiy adfiny at Yv'est Point. While tli'-r- e vs- a friend of the late He was admitted to the bar Fei f. ar.d prac-ticed his pro- fi r "nbryken pc-riod of sixty vr v.-.-t2 i. M Ek-kirr. Fl I'Ot VT: A. iltun, '.Y. W. Uafiei Marcus Luc' fJiiki-. L. A. v.n. tlv n Griliir.. A. B Hani- Wil.ia E. alf .-u-y s.s Deil E. Moore, Jlrv Elifu ilav. HaUie Morell. Mrs. J. H. K. Vu- Murrey. S. W. Malone. James Oakley. Willafd Pierce, Wallis Paterson. Perry Manufacturing Company. Mrs. Annie Bobbins. James Reed. Miss Myrtie M. Riddell, Mrs. E. J. Surmons. J. V. Smith. James Shorten. Katie Siiee- han. Michiel Shayn-ird. W. Tiiom- as. James Yonade, O..UHH E. Miss J. White, Jos. Yurrinirton. Rookie W. II. PAGE. Postmaster. enough to fill his boot leg and fairly cooked the foot aad ankle before those around him could remove it. The fact that the woolen stocking became thoroughly saturated with boiling fluid made the injury particularly se- vere. A Randolph correspondent writes: The street railway is a sure thing now. All the rt-quired stock has taken, mostly by East Randolph parties, and it is und'er-'tood thoit the work will be com- menced as soon as the weather will niii. it has not been decided yet whether hor-e or electric power be u ed. If it cou'.d be arranged to electric er. ar.d isave a plant large to supply for the two towns, a- weil as for t'ne road, it would a double improvement. William Wills, a seventy-year-old vot- u of the lu'e war. met with a pecu- Accident at his home in West Mon- roe. OSWP.JO county. Wednesday. He wa< at work in a saw mill ever a circu- lar saw. when in some manner his feet .-.iipped and he feil. tlie saw striking him squarely in the mouth, and cutting his cheek, ton sue and jaw in a frightful manner. The surgeons are in hopes of saving the old man's life. While they wfre at work upon him he managed to articu'ate, "This reminds me of the war. Doctor.'' A Slick McManxis was in En" evening a charge of stealing crocerjes. His plan was to en- ter a store when thTe was but an 1 order a of ar- ticles put np. He chewed tobacco, nn-i would frequritly jro to the door. it M-H-- ha-J uji s ytfl-- n "r -f or r IT. ti v Somewhat Eecemtrlc. An Erie dispatch pay-: G. F.tLewis. of the railroad, in which he was a controlling, stock- holder, was taken to jail Wednesday, for non-payment of taxes in Corry. where he resides. is a very eccentric man and is known as "Popcorn" Lewis. He is a spiritulist and has a great many hobbies, but ha loses none of his wealth in idle speculations and is worth a good round million. He. is averse to paying taxes in on account of the manner in which the city is bonded, but wheT he issued hia ultimatum the collector seized his person and but for an irregu- larity which got him clwar on a writ of habeas corpus, Lewis would have spout the nigt in the lockup. l''uxl I of ,i I'.irty I" t I ICIIKO. A arty of railio.id olliiial-. including Ciiii'ehns Yiinderbilt, cl airman [I., executive ('li.iuiuey M. w. president, and '1. W.iltcr Wcbli, ici pr- bi'ii-ni of 1 he York nti'.d; S pu'sident of tin- Pu .-nul II. 1'. president of tlie (Jenti.il passed through 1'nli.ilo eaily nun ning en route t The tram w.is" M-'I to ,u o'cl< ck in the evening, and the hour lor its iU i .-u t uie irotii niton, Out., A. M. r rum Cli. ton Detroit is U2T mill s, and I ln.s disiaiu'e as1 eo red in hours .uid minute.s. I'lducliiig 4J minutes r 11 MI p one -top oi lour minutes al and lv. o ot ininules e.ich at WaU i ford and St. Thomas, in.ikcs tin- actual running; time lour hours. Th-1 lateoi'C-, OS 70 and milt'sjin was record' d. Tlie average spcid tl'elialn lor tin whole distanced w.is miles per hour. Ciuc.tuo was reached ten minutes ahead of mercial. IN C-HOLCMA l AND TCCTNIM A tf AltSCKHtb. i DltCMO, RATHf RCOOL. A I'hit-f Iiiul no J-'urtlier use for u ki-tljook, Writin'j: from Waterford the Erie Times a correspondent says: A ratliei h.ippen, d ln-re on.' l.iy 1 ist Everybody is supposed to'he lioneL-t in a small town this, but we are now compi to tl.at cirouin.st.mceri alter ca-( s. 3liss Georgia Vincent stepped across She street to E. W. Palten's drug store, nearlv opposite her residence. After making a purchase she found that she had lost her pockelbook, the street cro.--s- ing was but the pockelbook not found. Tiie next Judson wa.s and found a siiKili package, and did not at first feel inclined to tickle it. thinking iniyjit be ;.n iideir.al machine; hut reviewing ni-; past career lie could iintl no idence milictina; pnn- ibhnu-nt of liiis kind upon him and picked up the The coiitenls were found be a j ockt-thook and a silver card case and a i.o.e whic'i as follows: return ih's hook to Mu-s Vincent as I liave no fur her u.-e for it. butl have use for the and mi now on my way to Pittsburg. (Siguvd) Jim." and wal ersl H'.u lard ii< dollars' d fail f r or bnttT ,i ly kept 'iT up pi i rehash an.I Si-Arce. If the prorcr the
>n a stand, containing pen rack and holder.and wlien placfd upen the desk th" entire of tiie date is brought directly and kept constantly before the t-yp, making it impossible to overlook or memoranda. The stand is made of worxl. mounted with let- ters in thtis forming an ornamental paper The day of the tlie day of tiie year, together with tti" of ciaxs to are jtiven. a p'-r- taining an 1 kinired The Mammoth Cheese. Lut-t fyll J. W. Osborn. of this entered into a, contract J. Pebeis, Sons Co.. wholesale jsjrocers ot Cincin- nati, whereby he was to furni--h the lat- ter wirh a cheese to be shipped in time to reach Cincinnati tiie 24ih of De- cember, that day being the fiftieth anni- versary of th" establishment ot firm of Messrs. Pebeis Co. Mr. Osborn gave tlie order for manu- facturing the cheese to Gampp Bros., of East Otto. The work of arranging a suitable press and other preliminary matters occupied some time, but on Oc- tober 2 everything was in readiness. the result is the largest cheese ev rcniefs, kid tabl-j linen, napkins and towels, white bed spieads, pillow shams, fine woolen blankets, fur capes, apes and elegant assortment of 1 wr.ips and a thousand useful articles in the Dry Goods Line at Iroable in Brotherhood. The Press says; is trouble in tin- Brotiier- hood. A si.ort time suspicion was aroused thul linance-J of the organi- zation were properly bandied, and an :-r. CM Station was Id and a <-f .-evcnil liundr-d was found the ac'-ount of Financit-r Con- nor, of this city. Tbf trainmen de- manded the financier to rnak.- the amount, which hf t" and on Saturday afternoon a warrant upon him and he is now alnrf of tauqua yp.ir. of f
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