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   Olean Democrat, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Olean, New York                               EWS FROM MANY TOWNS OIE1 IDSTTHURIEST LA.T DOING- I3ST IDIIFIFEnR E 3ST COTJOSTTTT TOILID ISTE'WSY" -A-INT) OTI-JEJJS T- Dec. 17. -S. J''oi- man pa-is the winter in Florida. Walrath Brothers are lilting up a very tasty otiice in their stoic, and are mak- ing several very noticeable They intend connecting the Pofctal Telegraph with their office and engaging the Cervices of an efficient operator, who will also act in tlie ca- pacity of book-keeper. These enterpris- ing young merchants are doing much in keeping business bii-k in this village. The marriage of Harriet Green- mann. formerly editress of Hie News, occurred at her home in Eas-ton, Mary- land, lait week. The fortunate bride- groom was a Mr. Richard Jf. Bunch. Miss Greenman made manv fiLmls- here while associated with tne Nt-w.-1. Mrs. W. G. Laidlaw trone to Washington. D. C.. to join hu-band, Congressman Laidlaw. iio is ati'-ndim; his duties as representative. C. A. Case, cur popular hank cashier, has been vi-itiny friends izi Fr.mklin- ville. Daniel McCarthy, a f  vt-ments in its service to tue public hwv w hicli are heartily appre.i T, J.'RoVf. tii- Fii-nd-iiip fire depart- ment chief, has o-eu a visitor to our vil- lage the past wt-ek. Spriugvills- frieniis have been enter- Mr. and Mis. J. A. Nelson, of .this place. The t-uii-J.ng rfeutlv occupied by the band will be fitted up and occupied by the members w the German church as a place to hold services. It will be ar- ranged in a tasty manner, and will be well to the use to whicii it will be piaesrd. The Geraian element is or- ganizing under pastor, the Rev. C. F. of West Valley, and is having some interesting services.both in church and Sunday-school work. They will make an etiort to erect a suitable church edifice during next season, it is under- stood, and aii who appreciate the bene- fits of our German friends to the town will aid heartily. L, B. Nichols was in West Valley Sat- urday on business. Jlr. Nichols has a large business in the insurance line which keeps him quite busy. He is also a of mediemal roots for Buffalo partis. _ A. M. has returned from an ex- tended trip through the west, where he been wish his boot and shoe grip. John N. Gillies, of the Fredonia Nor- mal school, will spend the holidays at borne from his stu4ies. He is always a welcome viator to his friends in this place, and he has many. The sleighing of the past week has made it possible for the village to have a supply of wood, which had become quite scarce. At one time the outlook was coaL or cold. C. Enman. Sr.. and wife, of West Val- r fey, have been vbiting among friends here. William Adams, who is preparing the 'history of C'attaraugus county, makes village bis headquarters, calculating -to make a thorough history of Ellicott- at least. Ellicottville affords many points of interest coupled with her his- tory that other towns in this county are not able to boast of. Being the county seat in the earlier days, it was the center of the county eruptions that bare been told to the younger genera- tion as happening in these days. A his- tory >jt the town itself would fill a book of many Mrs. A. J. Salisbury has been visiting t her parents' in Humphrey. Her hus- band joined her there Sunday for the day. The young ladies of the Presbyterian church were financially successful in the rtainment held at the Opera house Friday evening, realizing over Everything was as merry as a marriage bell, and a time was enjoyed by all in attendance, In looking over the roll of honor of the school for the past month it appears that there are thirty-eight names of those who were neither absent or tardy, a perceptable increase over the showing Of months in the past. It goes without saying that Prof. Marshall and his corps of instructors are doing all in their power to make the attendance good and to have the students take an interest in the school work they are expected to do. The of the school is worthy of all encouragement the patrons can bestow upon them anil should be aided in all ways Ellicottville caa have a school that she can be proud of, and will, it is expectantly believed, in the future expand her resources to edu- cate her young. It is surprising, how- ever, to note the many children who should bft in school who are in the and it seems that something should be tn the matter. J. W. Mudgett shipped to Virginia this week thirty-five tubs of butter to fill a contract. He 13 largely engaged as a produce Sealer. It hw rumorvd that the German and Methodist churches will unite in the erection of a church building the coming spring. The news of the marriage of J. B. Smallman. son of J. Smallman, of this place. and formerly a resident here, but for many years a rwHent of California. friends. The Hon. G. N. of West Valley, im town last wefk. No esrKTial stir will be ma-lp in the OV-T Christmas ValMy i York rity this What is about facilities IM 'the building. yet "doubt. n d'.'   will put ID. M. H. M Very busy He aaxiously homo from pm'-pR wa- fi'-c to U a nia-fr of plumb- far i zr ti at. to i'ig the Completion of his iK'u- nx. hich will Ixj a splendid struu- turc, It ii undcr-tood that sevi-ral made in locations won as tin: new buildings are located, notrnly by the owners of the buildings but bv others FIRVIcW- funeral ol ai> Old Ucshlcnt at Yorkshire on Thursday. FAIHVIEW strange fatality has lieen evinced in the death of Mr. Hill, which took place at Yorkshire on Thursday last, after a sickness of only six He was stricken with the illness, while here attending to the affairs of the late P. Hooper, his son-in- law. administrator of his estate. The funeral took place at Yorkshire, on Satmday last. Mr. John W. Hill is not much better. W. Williams, at the station, has all- ready begun his Christmas greeting and has a tree hung full of treasures, placed in his store. Cnarles Pomeroy bought a horse, and harness, of a young fellow in need of money. Charles has been offered seventy five dollars for his bar- gain. The Wilmot Brothers havs sold their old team of black horses to Jeff Eice, of Ru-hford. Dr. Brown, the new doctor at the sta- tion, is gaining a good foothold, and is well liked in and around that place. The station master, I. Delantie, is as his post once more, but the section host is now on the sick list. Mr. W. Lines has made his home with C. Pomeroy since his store was burnt. Mrs. Lines is at Sandusky with her daughter. A scion of Italy of male gender, also a young Strongs, also of the same sex, ar- rived at the home of Italian Joe and Jane Stronjr recently. KNAPP'S CREEK. The "Weekly Record of Events, Social and F ersonal. 's CREEK, Dec. 18. Quite a number of young people, principally school scholars, went to Allegany Tues- dcy evening for a sleigh ride, and an en- jovable time is reported by all. Mr. P. W. Shuler Tisited Olean last Friday. Last Tuesday evening some of the people of this place met at the church for the purpose of deciding on a Christ- mas tree, and it was decided to have one Christmas eve. The club will give a dance at the rink Wednesday evening. The public school will give an enter- tainment at the Opera house Thursday evening December 18. A load of young people spent Sunday in Bradford. Mr. Ed. Curtis is again ?een in town. Mr. Miller visited Olean Saturday. ISCHUA. The Weekly Record of Social Events From a Near-by Villase. ISCHCA, Dec. to be enjoying tke beautiful sno-- The sleighing is very fine in this locality, Mr. F. D. LaFever was iu P-uffalo last week and purchased a of Christmas goods. Mrs. E. Chamberlin and Mr-. Wales Chamberlin visited relatives in Hins- dale last Wednesday. Mrs. Badger, of Allegany, been visiting her daughter the past ek. Mr. Charles Wagner has puichased Jlr. George Scott's residence a-id ex- pects to move into town the coming season. Miss Bertha LaFever has been de- tained from the T. B. F. A., this week on account of illness. Miss Lima Osgood has been rejy ill the past threa weeks. Mrs. William Guild is spending a weeks with her daughter in Cadillac. Mich. Mrs. Cordelia Burlingame is su- perintending the household during her absence. Mr. D. B. Sill, of Cuba, was in town Tuesday. Dr. Terrr is among the sick; also Mrs. G. W. Lynde. Miss liarivn Osman is attending school at Hinsdaie. Mr. Hiram Hatch has been called to Mt. Vernon, Iowa, to attend his s< D Charles, who is suffering with typhoid ftver. The I. p. G. T. will fire an oyster sup- per at thtir rooms Friday evening. Mu- sic amd select reading will be the enter- tainment for the evening. All are in- vited. There will be a Christmas tree at M. E, church Christmas evening. PORTVILLE. a Rrgnlar PORTVILLI. Dec. Mr. An son Pick- ett. of Center, who has been labor- ing in the oil field for some time past, wa? in town the fore part of the week. Mr. Robert Dnnfora, of Ohio, was in town week. Mr. George Barnard, the B. N. Y. P. operator. IB putting up a new house on lower Lillibridgc, By means of mowing the roads, they are able to draw Iht lops off from But- ternut brook, which business quite lively in upper part of town. A happy load of young entertained at home of Mies Laura at Wesfnn's, Wednesday eTeninc. A TPTT joily and pleasant time -a as had. J. W. Rarr.ttt a. prance )n Sundar evening, in con sequence of which there wan no preaching m the M. B. church A Christina! tree is what the conoiait- treof have decided upon fur tile i-omiiiK ChriMiiiup. will return to his home in MillerfchurK. PH., to upt.-nd ihn Mr. Orfu.ir SUclt, of Kldred, han ac- cepted the position as hostler in the stable of J. K. Ti inkle. Mr. Knnon of Bolivar wi-n tn town Monday evening. Lani Monday tinging Kchool thi? l.iht until alter the Mr. and Mrb. W. E. Wheeler worn in Buffalo last week on Mr. OIROM visited relatives in im'hua week. Ice skating in the main evening sport in town now-a-davs. Mr. yamuel Wood, of Abbotts. N. Y., was guest of Wood last week. FRANKLINVILLE Oni-.sl i llu- 1 of tlie FKAXKUNVILLK, Dec. 17. --The hose jumper and 1 200 t of new ho.se from Fabric hose company, of New York, arrived Tuesday. There is now a gieat doal of talk about to which companies the hos-e teams slm'l be The Union.-, claim No. 1 and arc liable to get it. The Eagle Engine company also claimed No. 1 at first, but are now" content to take No. 2. The Ex- empts have caught a fever and again want to come into s-ervice. They have petitioned the trustees to give them an outfit. The recommendations to the trustees for hose teaim will be left to the department vote, which will be taken Thursday evening. The pipe from the ndon springs lias been laid, covered and connected with the a flvp-incli line from to El drrd. in vlf w it to build a at that place and ike ln-iifht from rt-iiiifd oil of the luw price paid for crude prtroloum. It in baid that Dr. Chrmtnan, of Eldied, hits offeit'd to donate the site for the pro- posed and take worth of Htock. Tlif arc to takn jieuily :ill tbr protluction tluit will lUdeto Eltlreu. which take in an wrea of six milrs square, extending to Crei-k and Sunifnit City. The production ebtiiuatcd to be in the neighborhood of 3.000 barrels a day. Oct asionally law and good sense seem to KO together, remarks the Conneaut- A case in point was lh.it recently decided in the Allegheny county F.I., court in the appeal of Cliarlt-s Smoyer, from the judgment of -'Squire Ivlnumson, who fined him twenty-five doiliirs and costs for woikinfj on Sun- day in pumping water out of an oil well on the Graham farm at Forest Grove. It via- shown that if the pump was not kept going steadily the well would be ruined. Judges White and de- cidi'd that Smoyer was not guilty of violating the Sabbith laws, as such pumping was a work of necessity. He was dischaiged. NEIGHBORHOOD HAPPENINGS- News Notes from Near IJv Towns anu Cities. The Jamestown Street Railway com- pany has let contracts for equipping its lines %vitli electricity and expects to be in running order by May 1. A project is pending among the hem lock lumber dealers of New York and Pennsvlvania to organize a lumbermen's: exchange. The scheme is well under wav, and a great deal of interest is manifested. The first meeting will be held in January, when the preliminary steps will be taken. Five young men, of Hough ton, have been arrested and held for the action of the next grand for participation in a horning scrape. The boys kept up their fun till midnight, when they were informed that the couple they intended to annoy had anticipated their design and spent the night at a distant home. Some sixty young men of Cherry Creek are perfecting arrangements for life insurance at cost. There will be no salaried officers, rents or capital tax or dues. The only assesment will be a month for death claims. The bank will be the respository for funds. At the death of any member his heir will Kove John Shaw, of Geneseo, awoke the other morning and was surprised to dis- cover that his barn, a large building only eight rods from his house, had burned down during the night. None of his neighbors had been disturbed by the fire either, of all, it had escaped the notice of the fire depart- ment of the village. The Sinclairville Commercial says: "W. H. Edmunds has sold his farm near this village to F. E. Shaw. The farm contains 315 acres, and is one of the best in town. Mr. Shaw will stock it with thoroughbred Jersey cattle, and has engaged Mr. Edmunds as overseer. By the transfer, Mr. E. realizes 89.000. w'hich includes the price of a quantity of timber previously sold to Ross Son." Mr. Porter's count of the present Pit h-le will show possibly a population of five person.-, whereas in its palmy days it had a population of 15.000 and in point of postal business transacted it was the third city in the state, Philadel- phia and only exceeding it. The Holmden farm at Pithole. which once was sold to Chicago people for 500.000. has since been sold at tax sale for A dispatch from Eiie. Pa., says three men, hunting rabbits in Harbor creek. Thursday, ran across the dead body of an old man, half covered over with the drifting snow. None of the party rec- ognized the man and his body was as found, while the hunters returned and reported the case to the coroner, who went !out to the scene Friday. It is supposed the old man los1. his way in the storm and froze to death. A certificate of incorporation of the Riverside Sanitarium, of Riverside. Al- lesrany county, has been filed with the secretary of state at Albany to give med- ical and surgical treatment to human beings and to cure diseases by general hygenic measures. Its capital stock is Sio.OOO. consisting of 400 shares of each, and the incorporates are: T. Frank Fisher. H. Hobart Rockwell, Jno. P. Dragits. Edwin C. Bradley aad A. J. Applebee. all of Wellsville. The Belmont Post says: Last Friday night two friends of personal liberty drove into town front Friendship with a supply of Indian extermination corked un in a two gallon jug. and it the post office corner they had the misfortune to drop it on the pavement and shatter it into a thousand pieces more or less. It was a sad and harrowing scene, to see the poor fellows caw fondly on the fluid comfort as it away." A heavy flow of natural gas was struck Saturday afternoon the well being drilled by the Oil Well Supply Co. Limited, for the Expotition society in Pittsburg. The wrll was started as an exhibition last fall in the grounds of the Exposition and is in the heart of the city. The directors of the Exposition and citizens generally are jubilant, as the will be a big source of revenue to the society, and opens up a considerable tract of new territory. The pressure is about 400 pounds. The opponent" of the bill panned iiy the boarn of trectinc the town of Flko. claim that its pass- agf was on ground that the etatnv requirf-1 that the notire of appli- cation divi.jr town should lie pos-ed in P i iMc and in three nev; the county MX it is brought to vote I in- fore th" uM done. From this defect it is rlaim'-d that the DI jurisdiction, ani could not Icgalljr dmde the town. The Duke Tenter Auger tbere if a project on foot among; producers to lay It Your House la on Fire You put water on the burning timbers, not on the smoke. And if you have ca- tarrh you should attack the disease in tlie blood, not in your nose. Remove the impure cause, and the local effect subsides. To do this, take Hood's Sar- saparilla, the great blood purifier, which radically and permanently cures ca- tarrh. "It also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla. COVERED WITH FLAMINCa UiL. Frightful Deutli of AVatolmi.in at East Bufl BUFFALO, Dec. aft- morning Ned C'aiup! e.l. n'yht at the Barber at Ea-fc Buflalo. attempted to iiL'ht fires In the furnace. The u-e-i ;.nd by some confusion or part of C.impbell rhtriv s-vessi-. n.ive i'ts'ii little lire used or i q'i.tini-} of oil. At any rate ten- a teirilic which cut ".v; 'uiua'-x- 'looi-s and the sc-irchiiiij. fi.m imia- oil spread u. II- madly mto tlie i ic.iud by some men in a h-ig burned condition. In the meantime the flow of oil had no" been checked and soon the were consuiiieil and much ,L Ytnery injured and some dt-iroyeu. Supermien .ent H. J. f the Bnrl.er stated ihif until ti.o de- bris could U1 cleared a-.vay it impos- sible to jiiit vviuit the would be, thought it v.-ould co.uu clcsj to In speaking of the tnfoi-ua.irB'.v.toh- man Mr. said th-it ho n 53 ysurs old and a good, faiuiftil in in As soon as possible he was sent to :he uosijib tl deatb relieved iiis bufferings Tne de- ceased leaves a widow and three children. THE MONETARY STRINGENCY Forces Ex-Senator William A. Wallace of C'earfield, Fa., to CLEARFIELD, Pa., Dec. dcors of the Clearfield County bank were closed yes erday morning. The are safe by a mortgage on real ate for three times the amount of The liabili- ties are and assets Tba owner of the bank, ex-Unite i States Sena- tor "William A. Wallace, has appointed J. S. X. MeConnell of W. E. Wallace and A. O. Smith of C carileld, ass'gnees. Mr. Wallace gives as his reason, for the assignment the excessive of the money market, and his consequent in- ability to oiitain money to mt-ei his obli- ga'ions. The Ciearfiald "'.ank a priv; te concern, Mr. Wallace eirg the president, and John W. Adam--, years the V.HS u  old did Ln; a collei-liiix I exrhang? T have brsa jn no il and on a -i.; o u i.iu.U in this to ri i Asuury W. W. Let's an JoliQ Troxell. as traste-.-s. A cer- li.ii-! of rhfi depositors was made Mil 'lie sti'ns :is flT'.'JJO. 'itj-o sect: i'y tne Tlu ff tins concein po into the i.jr'-o '.ti assigned e.-ta e of .Mr. Wallac--. Ju igiiiei-t.- were i-ntere i for in favor i'1-itliLT Coien.au, to cure bs'l: ccr: other of Mr. Wai'..'..-; to Thomas L Wallace for On'iora like purpose, and to Harry F. W li'.-.r-e for S2J.OOO in tru-t for Wai- in ure tuat part fi'-r h-pantc CM .tc-. The th'u ice. the County Xaiional i First National, have na lenr of a rim being made on them, but have fortified themselves with cash from eastern banks. THE LOTTERY WAR. Loutaiana'n Constitutional Amendment te Carried Into Court. NEW ORtF.AKs, Dec, legal bat- tle the lo'tery question in Ixv.iisiaua opened by the filing s suit for man- damus on behalf of John A. Morris against Secretary of State Mason to compel him to promulgate the constitutional amend- ment adopted by the legislature last mer providing for granting of a lot- tery charter for the period of twenty-five years to John A. Morris and others- It will be remembered that the proposed amendment passed both houses ef the legislature by the constitutional two- thirds, and TOM then retold by It is held that the governor had not the power to veto a constitutional amendment. Thus far the necretary ef state has not acted in the matter and the present suit it for the purpose of taking the constitu- tional raised between the gov- ernor and legislature into the courts for judicial determination. No matter what the decision may be, it will taken to the supreme court and it is understood that it will be argued in that tribunal the second Monday ic February. For ing Bohrmtun KTYCIT. N" Y Dec 1" 'obn O Jeffery a prominent reni io- suran'-f brokrr of c.tr. anl Sef Tpslthr fsrrnjr, trere here, charsrH withohtnin nsr TnorseT under the rn-nptnv 'nmiteJ'! The romp nauts Frr. Aug.is- Kratr nnd Harry Anderson, who say thty loot on pnrchaaea Bohemian oats. Both men WCTV sdmitted It fOOC bail for VARIOUS OBSERVATIONS. for In Nine liotirwof KiiiilinJit of starlight iticliuen us more to hclifvc tliat ;.r" Mich Muli as divanib ithf of. ami ur lu.lc i-. tided vith a It is BU. by somebody that if oficli fanner would put n small bearing ''is iianiu on the fence or in front of his farm it would be ;i great convenience to parties driving along the roads. Now is tl 10 proper time to make ap- plications for trout fry the state hatcheries, to be delivered next spring. Under tlie laws of the state of New York every who desires to block entitled to them. This is the season when Root fires in chimneys are frequent. They selo'om result disastrously, but they cause much annoyance, and there is always the pos- sibility of danger. Remove the soot in the chimney; this is an excellent pre- ventive. During the cold weather do not thrust a bridle bit into the mouth of a horse, until you have first warmed the hit. If yon wish to kno.v why sve give this acMce. touch your tongue to a cold piece of steel when the mercury in the thermometer registers zero. X 4v It is quite customary, when a man seems to be down, to give him a kick, but it dont always pay. A many men who have passed through the fire, and proved themselves superior to trials that would crush weaker men, have lived to scorn the later fawnings of peo- ple who were friends "for revenue only.'' At a recent single sitting, a Maadvillc man ate a w hole "possum and half an- other, a half peck of swpet potatoes.four rusk, a half-pint of cranberry sauce, a big bunch of celery and a dozen crack- ers, washing them down with six bot- tles of beer, and then left the table hun- gry. When boots are wet through, do not drv them by the fire. As soen as they are taken off. fill them quite full of dry oats. This grain will rapidly absorb every vestige of damp from wet leather. As it takes up the moisture it swells and fills up the boot like a tight fitting last, keeping its form good and drying the leather without hardening it. When you hitch your team aud go in- to the house to warm yourself or get a drink, don't forget to blanket your horse. The horse gets cold, when he stands out in such weather as the pres- ent, and has to suffer, although he cannot tell the misery he endures. Be kind and humane to that noble the horse at all seasons of the year. It is money in your pocket to do so. The atteaipt to run wet beans through evaporators, and bring them out as as which has been tried this season on an extensive scale ap- pears to be a success. The color is much improved also and the expense is quite small for the work. It will save the farmers quite a sum on what was con- sidered a dead drop loss in parts of the ceuntrv. LIGHTING CARS BY GAS- The SnccessJul Test of A Xew Dunkirk Invention. The Martin Car company are making a test of an invention for light- ing cars with gas. They have fitted up a car with the apparatus, and a test of it was made Friday. The car was run o--'er the D. A. V. P. road to the Junc- tion and back. It was a severe day and night for the test, but the machinery, and "verything connected with the pro- duction of the gas orked to the perfect satisfaction of the inventor and the Mar- tin company. Charles H. Ketcham, superintendent of the road, was giving it his personal supervision, and ex- pressed himself as very much pleased with the manner in which it worked, and with the briilancv and puritv of the light. The purpose of the invention is to make use of gasoline. A copper tank about twenty inches square and six or eight inches thick is put upon the roof of the car. It is parked tightly full with layers of blanket fabric. Two holes are made through from top to bot- tom, and through these the heat of the lamp-chimneys is conducted, so as to warm the tank. A special advantage of the system is that no peculiar lamps are needed; the old oil ones are adopted di- rectly in use. When put iu use, ti-.e woolen filling of the tank issaturat-J with gasoline and then drained, lise squeezing a sponge. Air is passed through the tank from the air brake at a pressure of half a pound, and this air is then burned. That is all there is to it. The tank will supply gas enough for seventy hours" service. The invention worked perfectly on its trial. There were but two lights in the car, but they lighted the car well. The flame was clear and steady, and the light was white and strong. It was much superior to oil. The lamp was kept cool, moreover, while with the oil it is heated. The chimney could be grasped with the hands without burn- ing. The apparatus is safe, moreover. Tests of apparatus much like it in New York showed that fire aa d xiol ows and pressure could not explode the Dunkirk Observer. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wood- ford's Sanitary Lotion: Sold by Dan Ward, druggist, Olean. lywl COURT. Mutton Hutior Alfred Mprlug-. following a summary of the buMiieKK traiihauted before the of the uountv ol for the two weeks eliding Di'Ci inbcr Ann Elizabeth Potter, late of Sala- manca, deceased letters issued to Edna Fording and Eliza Aim Wutkitis. Nelson T. Noiton, Kit" of IliriKiliile, de- cease Citation for judicial settlement issued returnable at Salamanca Decem- ber 18, 1890. Charity Ayer, late of Ashford. deceas- (or judicia1 f-i is- sued returnable at Salamanca December 18.1890. James Kiernan, late of Ellicottville, deceased Letters testamentary issued to William Kiernan. John Leo arid An- drew Slutterly, appraiseis. Lorenzo D, Hisson, late of Pers'a, de- ceased Judicial settlement adjourned until December 11, 1890. Nathan C. Cass, late of- Persia, de- Distribution of funds adjourned until December at Tonawaiida, N. Y. Henry Krisfeldt, late of East Otto, de- ceased Will proved. Dorus Payne lately of New Albion deceased Objections to probate filed and proceedings adjourned until Jan- uary 2, 1891. Friend R. Smith, late of Leon. de- for judicial settlement filed and citation issued returnable at Little Valley, February 5, 1890. Mary Faiicher, late of South Valley, deceased Order printed to publish notice to creditors in Randolph Regis- ter. Leonard McClure, late of Franklin- vil'.e, deceased Citation for judicial set- tlement issued leturnable at Fratiklin- ville, December 22, 1890. Nathan Soutliworth, late of Portville, deceased Will proved and letters tes- tamentary issued to Mary Ann South- worth. EberD. See, late of Olean, deceased Letters of administration issued to Anna F. See. George E. Ramsey aud A. T. Eaton appraisers. George S. Me In tosh, late of Olean, Accounting adjourned until April 13, 1891. Aluiua jujgersoll. late of Leon, de- ceased Will admitted to probate and letters testamentary issued and James E, Bixby and Walter Rigdon appointed ap- praisers. Notice of appeal exceptions etc., filed. John P. Pollard, late of the town of Machias, Citation issued re- turnable at Franklinville, December, 29 1890. John Saunders, late of Mansfield, de- ceased Citation judicial settlement is- sued returnable at Little Valley, January 2, 1891. Elina O. Acklee, infant, residing in Leon, N. Letters of guardiaaship issued to Peter Acklee. Anna Potter, late of Sala- manca. deceased John A. Parker and W. S. Hatch appointed apprisers. Lydia Smith, late of Napoli, deceased Citation for judicial settlement issued returnable at Little Valley January 2t 1891. Luther Twomley. late of Machias, de- ceased Will proved and letters testa- mentary issued to Herman G. Bretton. Milton H. Watson and Lorentus S. Ed- son, appraisers. llbertus L. Learn, late of Ischua, de- ceased Citation for proof of will of real estate issued returnable at Franklinvills December 29, 1890. Letters of adminis- tration issued to Lydia A. Learn. Llew- ellyn Learn and William Morris ap- pointed appraisers. Thomas W. Owen, late of Freedom, deceased Account on judicial settle- ment filed and proceedings adjourned until December 29, 1890, at Franklin- ville. George Edward and Mary C. Fobes, of Olean, N. Y. Amanda Fubes dis- charged as guardian by voluntary set- tlement. Franklin Hill, late of Yorkshire, de- ceased Citation proof of will en- tered returnable at Franklinville, De- cember 29. 1890. Walter Crowley, late of Randolph, deceased Order granted to publish no- tice to creditors in Randolph Register. John Hildebrand, late ot Ashford, de- granted to publish notice to creditors in Ellicottville Post. Asa Rowland, late of Ashford. de- ceased Order granted to publish notice to creditors in Cattaraugus Republican. Haw's ThU? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cdeney Co.. Props., Toledo, 0. We, the iinnersigned, have kcown F. J. Cheney for the last sixteen years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West Truax. whole- sale druggists, Toledo. O.; Walding, Kinnan Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous of the system. Testi- monials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. FatMllty nt Kinzna. BRADFORD, Pa., Dec. The residence of O. C. Hood. B. B. K. railroad station agent at Kinzua Junc- tion, caught fire this morning from an over pressure of fas and was entirely consumed. A seven-months-old baby was suffocated in tke flames and burned to a crisp. English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem- ishes from horses, blood spavin, cutbs, splints, sweeney, ling-bone, stifles, sprains, and swollen throatr, cougha, etc. Rave by the use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful bVrnish cure ever known. by Dan Ward, Olean. wlt52 Highest of all in Leavening S. Report, Aug. 17, Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 EWS PA PER! IN FW SPA PERI   

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