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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - August 21, 1896, Wellsville, New York                                 MJumAMW cmíÑTT wmmmmmr-^&rni^Wmm^^mmiJLMw^ YUESDAY, AuáüMJit.  1S96*  Rfcw w. MMmim.  lets-»!»*«.  MOIIOA¥'S...Ûtl. MAmST,  MOIIOA¥'S...Ûtl. MAmST,     ■¡gif^ti •        .tl.l4      O^ratef-.-ff...    ........... ........    . M. , M      Mm^ Mm»...    ..........      «eiÂUîa»...    ...................    : .51                WmiGmñfí....    ...................    "Ira*      Äfwanrin«....    ....................    .. .01                            1.04          u * » '»- s -r-sÄ^"^« • • * •          ^ f. . ...    „.«..Xîwwd......         - ^ ^»^mamMm'mS mmtUrnt.  ttJlî#-m Ho  MiOMT HOTES,  ^TM»rm wb« n ymág mm tnan »îw Pîatle mrtrngh ti» imite. Bat w&«i h» r^ »Iktn« ■ t -lit» pr^»« w«» walkiSK, Asé h» w(md»rf<âSmt wàesra M wm atte "  —iît® W®ll«TlIîe Faîr opens oa Monda  —-Tlàigrai» feaimf îâ bow oaln the O^tfttiqm» dU^et.  -'T^m H ^'k of the o?t®iite«t!on of a Hali«»l I^«oa»tle cinh in Weii«TUl©.  —sn® B®*K!i«t IMe^hm^ !C<»rop«ny te «^^ßf ItsUa««^ ■  —WaîtiKf MaJo*« big circn« is ©ont«m (ua ezMbmon la WeUiTÛlè during  —**atíB03t entîïoslf sm" w&tch lo tatd lo tmm pwrall^ i» W^lUsvtlíe the Bigbt watof »igtj«." -'ttmß huodred Bl»©ty-eîght tickete Ws Wid at Fri«Dd«Wp for CuÚa, oQ Tb' s ëNF ^ tä»t mmk.  —J)^» It Cmii/, sowow hj Simp mm, low#f®a tím rowííú tot psoîng stallte» »i Colcaabcf it«»® Fíííttf m i.oa«  —Itlki i^ IMS Mr. John McEwen is ^{feoUtiog e J'fed A. Bobblaa petWoo to WellsrUî®.  —Kot 1» tweaiy fmn hm tha apple crop M wm%»m H«w ÏOT-k fawa m large, eo mmné, m tw itm& máiin molb, as ebb  —Il«'t foollihlf mU foî m . «OQg fûu wtotMT appte .For ibs œsi»coaiiirf Ihe mmm^ tamUitoa iê^tmlf -^taMa'8 Çblef of Poll» hsâ fc^n ooll ^ SttsMoCommlMlon^r of-Esclse JL^œsa tàsi a Msdwiüb âtm aos oonsU-t«l@ m m^  —Tilli^es IB Êbe ©entrai ptr6 of tho S^î« Bow bŒJB f-tmt oir, as the resr'í oí  • etmpeUtloa bMW@eti tl^ Americaa and .fi^sdBTd Oil oomp&alé«.......... ...  3 mmatìy  ^amä m mwSm Imiter tbroagh (ha streets tor a feaiîtv.ftb® tsiter bsTlQg b@@n sc pris «â ca lise liTäT bask.  —Oa cm® of ibe rema% rer/ boi d^a It Wm dlmwmd at Almo&d tbas of a car loi^^ bop tbroaMb on tba Erie,  ad IttaO bali of tbo enimala wer@ dead.  —Of y» tbonsaad deaths bj beat, dur-tagr^ 'fâéfik uspm.^âeuud Smi^.îhB Imv^i pR^TlloQ U Mmbii*:^d lo 6h«) fym ^ of 8»i€ii« spiriti.  —Wrm pQbiSs ^iUta tmm been opened; in egrs^am, la aœorduioé wiib aetata iaw mmiikif sneh accommoda (ion oompulsorf br ail cio^ of 20J,000 InbaMla&ts and op-  —lilto smmb^of l&m'at^ at tbo Stato pfl«Mui Ms^. I mm: Slot Sltif, l.Sil;  l^i Aogo»« Ibo omaimr (or Aag. 1 was  mimtê.-  —ÎÇ^M Böw_ aanotincçd Ibas H Hong Cbaii.f, i&a CbisM ^is^roj and .special mmhmmmàm, who la now the gomS of the Seitab goTsramenl, w*U bo in Nis^ara faìH An« S% an ronto to Ottawa..  —Wé^^tó^ of Us& wmk «lasy-ÛT®, ca r-tcK ds of'^iteláwaie' s^escbm re^b«d New York, on thtewä^ mmn%j, and on Fri day el^l/: ■ Prît* ralM low i^Mhing Freigbl i^ái^m  —As ttem is fiolng Ête loanda of tbts . eiata jißmi^j^ thai a young lady had m neeátffiaW bar.wa!« aboul a year apt tiM It receatly «rork^ lU way  oai^ipÄ ¿OT oí myor i« ûiao la another  ■ .  —Jöhii ^ckson oí" Frtondfihlp, Wi i x^ cmúy'liekeá ib tbe boad hf abor^ and BfM^ir kiUed. Be H getting well. Tbo "fristet" »ys: Tha so-geons brd a f^ïW M bla bsa^ä and removed a aomber ^ pl0t Ml of t^oken bono.  A SUCé^^L LANQkORd;. m. WéM «f fib* Bet^ V^mu Compii-  made the best mtmm .fififts ffi^ W a hotel laof^rd, In bla -gf©«n*--pla^ in cbs^Zjofjbo^ Uomn, WellsvUle. lìm moli nf bla ex-c dlest xoMi^en^t Is, that hotel bi bow doing ìtà Ws^ btl^JBGcs la lis biaisfy.—  ■ AScw-iir^ttite».  Bis. sod Mza. g. W. Sot&i aso the par-•ttttr Wh Ititòif tx^, bora on rn>unh  ^ I3ib. li^t. £> W. bos beon tiEmi^lliee>c!e:» to bis friends with a bt^^Bdng oooa^nimtie that betokened a  , ' ^ Baevjptisiei at 0eto. IV ft^bfi^.k m Ar d Bd^  Aut^l«^ e» SmUli«^sÛàfr fn thfti ptaW cT soeial Kcjptlon. Tbe PeaâelA orohestra will fsübi&b Btitlde.  fPi^tai^tair^IiBift.  at bascbáU  wmmmmxM^  —Mri. CbajFlf« Scött 1» tifltlsg frtemd« at Ansito, ■  —Ml»« KHsrtlwtb .JUttd Msnda ; Brown ®f® boKie ifom a ttelt to Öllvor jLsk®. '  —Mr». WiillB-n Frlek of Llbetty, N. Y-. 1« TisSting her »on I*. D.-FrJck.  —Mr. iindMra, FiwS IC®««ber oi Bi^-' ford a ^ ?lsltlng.mlatif«,ln lown-• —Mrii. h. J Mft??;a tofisl'ttog stMay-Tlllc.  —P. V. Iiyrnp3 of Welliflllo, wm In iili' fvV: mi"Ìimln!'3»; T&^myr-^fBmW'''"' —Will Wood ot AntioTof mm Sa WcH»-ville Sunday. ' . '  —Mr, and Mrti. A. J- IIaI«oy « ^¡siting IB IloraBllsvUte. .  —Mlsce» LUzte Wbit© etid iirmm p0eMem' are gumté ot Miss Paulino Häu ^ji".  —ML*» M#-y K^ao DanavH.lo I? visit Ing at bar aunt's, Mrs. Gmt, I ank  —MIbs l>eHo Vf lihtìlm. h» relamsdta ber borne after a tbr«? week's »Im'«)».  —Miss Carrio of III.  is tbo guest of A. J. Applotoe and family, —Mr®. Stfirid and daughter, Alice, vt Ha Tlaburg, I'»., are Tlelting Mr. and Mrs, C. B. Syf Broad street.  —F.-r ife Bi -nan td F. J. McMlilsn of Bolivar wcru registered at t's® Hotel Foi-ectt Sunday.  —Mrs. Cr nsron and Miss MeDougall of McDonald, P.». werw in We"«vin8 Salar day, the guesta of Ml«« Mait Wilhelm.  — .Mrs. Adolph Bcths and Mli® I/oalMr Hauser are visiti'ig friends in Olean acd Allegany.  —John Major of HomeUfivUto-ls""teking Geo. Seoley's pl^ro at the Hotel Fasseti fér a week or no.'  —Miss LucUlö" Pas-„«ilo, tho Mis«« Graves and Miss Alleo Woodc«. oI Wbllosvlllu were in t«wn Friday.  —Miss Ellen and Miss Herberta Gontcn of New York City, a ts the gaesSs of Mrs, B. C. Gale.  —Captain and Mrs. Blackman and MLss Sarah Blackman attended tho IwU at ehe Soldiers' Homo in Bath Friday night.  —Mi»^ Miriam, Ftnma end Ma". Bogjpi of Bliiabetbtown, N. J., c gtrests at the homo of their uncle. Dr. C. L. Glsh —Mrs. Chas. S. Eastman and danghter, of liaorel. Misalasippi, ar© gneats of tbelr atint^ Mrs. Tb«L Lu Ämitb,  —Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Hall, Mr«. J. M. Carpenter, Mrs. A. S. Brown, Mr. end Mrs. Fred Boyi* are among the Wells-v.illans now at Chantaaqoa I«ake.  —Miss Marcia Miller, oli WellsvlU^ is visiting friends In town. • • ♦ &!iss Clara Oilier Is visiting friends in Welts-vlllo and Buflfalo.—[Friendship Register.  —There were railroad tickets soid from Horneilsvlllo to Wayland Wednesday and The «lay on account of the Fire mon'i Convention.  —Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Msaker lefs for BnfTaio today, bnt will return tho latter pari of tho wook to make tiiesr permaneu |  bomo-herer"—^-------------------------------------------  —Mr. and SSr»; M, l>. Palmer havs ro-turned fromiPei y wbero Mrs. Palmer hi s b^n wifi her sis ;r, Mrs. B. W. Edgerly who is now at tho Saritu lum in Hor ne IsfUlo for treatment.5  —MJ^ ■ Margaf^»5 Moron aad M s. E. Sinon, of Titus ville, returned to their homo Satv -day after a week's visit at Win. DHlou's.  —Joe l^vey has rete/ned from two weeks at Now York City and tho sei;-sho.ü. He c%)mblned business with pleasure and select^ bis fail and winter goods while at tbo metropolis.  —Cairn "Patriot" jersonals : Mr. Chßs H. Fisher of WollsvUle, was in town Tuesday. • • • Mrs. W. C. Kendß l of Wellsville is a guest at W. J. Glenn's. • Miss Anna Sweeney of Wellsville, was guest of the MImcs Roberts, Thursday.  "CUTS RIGHT LOOSE."  AÖOUT THE WHfTESVfLtE SILVER CLUB œNTROVERSy.  NO OLD STOCKHOLDER'S TICKETS  Win b« Ae'epted at tbo Gat«« of the WelU« ill« F»lr this Tear.  The Fair manj^ement la ^ -ing to get a new lease of life this yea? and r» -Bpectfully requests of the jxiople of VVel!»-ville their cordial suppoic.  This may be given in many ways. Tho first and most important is direct patronage, The exMhition and races will well worth tho prl. 3 of a season ticket and it Is esps^ted that you will buy obo of thero at fl.a). The old stockholdei's tickets have b^n annull^ and wUl not be accept, d at the gates. Holders of th«oe old coupons i -e Invited to turn in with other citizens and help along a wo. .hy oa-tctpr 'ie by a bit of direct patronage.  BY FAR THE BEST WELL,  Ph  Fx- m  '{la ItrtM. No.'3 on . tb® Stoat Ix>s 03 WçIisviUe.  Phillips Bk®. li -t well, on lot iö WelL-vllle, completed and shot a few days ago. is how doing over ten ba. els daily.  It is by f£ur tbo best strike in the section where it was <* illed and will settle lnt<) certälnly a four and probably a five barrel -ppoduttîr. - On. Ibe stongth of Ite sbow-^ngv-KileyJVllet^and Chas. Stérnbïûrg'of A lien town r Äd"' to bave~lea^___a t^g tract tif land on lbs Fúlmer and other f:. Jis which they will drill immediately.  ATTEMPTED BURGLARY.  Cntozcid by  mm, p^ jnAiiL'B  Saeab Tbteves.  An attempt was mado Friday night to b»'-glarlso tho rcwld^nœ of Mj . D. C. Judd on I^pot sttesDt. The tbie"«® Í said to have b@én ^n prciwllng^about tbo boose twioe during the night. Tb^ tried to effect an entrant ì through a window which thoy broko.  ■K-  BRYAN DISHEARTENED,  tJfttmr irr«n I*f^mSr«nt e  C«Be«rntosr ih® ff»«8!lveT cía* ^ A»®tli«.r C«>ri>eB^i$d«nt.  - Wp'TRSV-ILLt,'Aug, 15, EDiroB Retorts«:—In are» jntissue of Ih© "IVmocrat" Profi^swr F. C. VVhito has "'cut rÍRht Wkkh?" and delivorr«d hlm-íffl"oif""¿or!iV' "pómTefóixíi''' 'f'scts,qu'ijüH'^ and wosing pl'vjn'^nt, oil of wh'ch is very .finó.  Now as to the facts. The Silver Clnb b« »»fs ha« ninfcy-four This  may possibly be true bat it shonld be borne in mind that Mr. White ho«8cot?-»?d this K^tlon tor miles to get this number, including Genewe, Pa., Shango, Hoils-port. Independence, and West Union and Greoííwood, Stoub^n County. Now probably ^ost people arts willing to admit that there are nlncty-foo* silver, men m this <?nt!ro region, which 1» not to ext ;e<l oao in ten of the whole number of voters.  Mr. Whit« iseta 8.irca«tlc and says that the 17-year-old boy repeated something his g-andfather said. This proliably niay be trae, and anyone hearing one of Mr, White's political speeches will bo im-with his nt^ of a grandlnther. Certainly a man that att-empta to instruct b'a Roighbora on their political duties and make« the adialRSion that "there may have been a very little silver coined in the United States since 1873," is in need of Bijmebody to help him.  Of coo"W) since our f lend has teen honored by being elected a member of the Ilemocratic County Committee he is jastifiwl in feeling that it was an Insult for Th>5 Reporte« correspondent to statv that no prominent Democrat attended the organisation of the free silver club, for he well knew that he was there hiiuself and made an able speech, so there was one prominent Democrat present.  As to the statement that there was flf.eon men who we j Republicans five or six years ago which now belonged to thi'ir club it very likely is true as they are now Populism and very ardent for free silver or free ativthSng else that is in opposition to tho Rupublioan doctrine, bus in snito of all deiectlons tho Republican vote will be as large as ever, the •liver craze making no headway whatever among tho Repabllcans of this town.  0hE OF TJ1¿ MCKINLEY CLUB.  WHÍTESVII.I-E.  nis Twtal rati«*® la ¥®rk !f«viir Ma« aa  INflWroATrlban«-!  Tho visit of William J. Bryan to N«w York altogether has proved most dis-heartening to thoso who h.'ive bio campaign  in charagw. He came prepared t-o conqucr find a8*ame tho leMership, of a woll-orgisu' «iilhoslastieand rapidly fe.-ow ing army. All these high boiws' bav» been da«hed to the ground, and now the whole plan of battle 1» shattored; eveij-"fcetsaiWr;' ■-'»'mi't+i»' Bryan mana^vr« or® despoident, dublovs anddlsgtts» d. ^  The dismal failure of the Bsyan and ^wcll notiflsstiott' meeting at Madlswn Si^uar« Ga'^en'Ott W®dn«day ntghl was the talk ot the town ycsteidaj. No «»no could remember a cas® where a man of prominent» ever camo here with a similar reputation for the .^sscsston of great orsiorical gifts fell so far short of meeting the ex|»ctationg of his audienco and ihf public. The complete collapse of the dcnionntratlon, from which go much had l>cen hoped by the silver men, was noiicc-Bble in several ways. There was a gouernl feeling of relief in tho city bccauce tho meeting hid faSliKl to imprem tho pnbi'c favorably. Tho coafldenco cf husiness men in the sticceaa of sound-money principles was strengthened, and thu.e was a favorable turn in the stock market.  BRYAS'^'AIUJUE.  READS TO A DiSAPP0îNT.;0 CROWD . ROM A MANUSCRIPT.  ,yELLSVfLLE£AIB NOTE^  CITIZENS HOSE DRILL CORPS AND EUTERPE GLEE CLUB OF AN DOVER,  "WOMAN DOCTOR ' AT AUSTIN  »od fi  8p#c?\ll«e»-to llnj Tuno of S47 50 Th«*« Arrented.  Î Ar «tin xVctograph.] Mrs. A. E. ^uyl r, "special'st." from 16 Kist Twenty-third St., New Yorl" fur n'shed amuseraeiit fur a few of or* people last week. The •'Doctor," If such she may be called began ba-ines3 by giving a irto lectu'ie, ' 1 the M. E. church on "health and beauty.^ to ladles only. After the fîctoro she was advertised to bo at the Hotel Gtiod.vear for an indefinit time where RS nmny ot thî gn'lJble lad'es of the t«wn as felt disposed, could caii and leave their ton or f'teen dollars, as the}-case might demand and tell their troubles to Mr». Scuyler. X* *». Scayler had num-eröUä tailers and worked ht d to treat her patients. In a singlo day her practic netted f47. >.  The nr tt day she was : rested aad had to hand over a part of the e nount to the pdlce.  HOW IT AFFECTS BUSINESS.  Mr®. Frano Pollard of Belmont Is vl&lt Ing iricnds in town,.  CuilL'rens Day exorcises were held a the M. K. Church last evening.  Mis.«« Jesbie Crandall of Dayton. Ohio is visiting friends and ro-aiives ?n town.  K. Blair wtnit_to Dcydeu N. J. last Wednesday t« attend a famUy reanton.  Tho ladifs of the M. K. Church wM hold asocial at the Opera House Wednesday  Tho oat crop lean eirticdlngly heaiVy one lu this section.  Sonio potatoes begin to show the effect of blight.  James McKee was knocked down by the caa^ here Sat» day but not very much hnrt.  r.of. SiowT » i>?id family expect to learo In a few davg for their now homo at Richburg, wheio thè Professor will teach for the coming yen  Edgar Eiuyrson, wifo and two children of Uswayo, Pa., visited frieuda In towa k SI week.  P. K. Millspaugh a id w" "o made a trip to Wcllàvillo last Friday.  Prof. F. C. Whit (has acccptod tho pi.n-clpa'ship in a school in Patnambo O miles from ihe metropolis. Wo wisn bin suo ess in his now field of labor.  Mrs. Anna Leach has ^^en h'-td to teach in i strict No. 2 lor the coming year. s x x  Whitesville, Aug. 17.  What fltjan'ñ 8pe«cli L muii trates.  (New York Sun.)  That "there ia nuthing in tho free-silver agl'.ntlon.  That it is all a mere biibble.  That it will burnt and go to pieces long beftiro Novembtîr.  Bryan h mself has pricked il, and now we hnvf only to wait a little to gee it csaliapse for good and ell.  Busincas is safe. The nation's honor is h XV o from stain. Tlierp|:,wiU Ix) no 5i csont dolía s. Thoid will tw no repudL tioa.  TANKS BURN AT LIMA.  lau Standard bai ThoutiaudA uf Barrels of Oil go up In Siuu^o.  Lim.4, Aug. i«:—Vositrday lightning strucfe .ik bai.ci oil tank on tho  Keiajwr farm, three miles south of here, owned by the Standard Oil, company. It was situated in a group of tanks, and tho Ore communicated to three others. The Standard people hired 5k J ¡men to throw up embankments and then took their caandn on Jh.e g.-tiund and betan shooting tho tanks to let the oil out. The siiioko iicom_tho burning oil obscured the sun and it The  fire jnnder ccn..ol at noon. L»os% ÎTj.OJO.  RICHMOND FAMILY REUNION.  At ISIo&sOrov IndppcDdencc F..da7 Aog. »«il  On Frid.iy the 28th day of August, tho Richmond family will bold a basket picnic and family reunion at Bloiis Grove In Independence. The Whitesville bund o.-c engaged to furnish mr«ic. and there will be a progrlim with tho history of tho famtV sod singings id sp;:^king.  F.'ce Sliver Cras!«^ Is Pr«clp]taliBg a Financial Panic.  Tho following letter received by a prom inent Wellsville bu«lnc83 man this mo. n-ing explains Itself:  "Owing to the Trco silver propoganda and the r iusual stringency in the money market rtinderlng it " upossible for the present to d' count the most gilt edged paper, wc r tt fore d to adopt other methods to raise money to m;ct oar needs In order to do this we have decided to oEfer you a discount of 8fr on whatever money you can send ns inside of one w jk from tho dat j of this letter. Wo would like to call your attention that this i not b'jt per annum, but quarterly or at the rate of 32'^ yearly"  SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE  TSl.-U.,  lo 1*1 ..ftiiO i'.  ' «sratorí-  h id í» .1 TI'.'  rtaU thf. Wi-nt Otrt n th^  "lini • %Vt « T«r:ÌsijEfr' «t  {Ni>w York.Snn.-Wìllia'n JennlniTs B /an. tV- O f-torfif tho Piatte and cr.r.d-d^ito '--i th-i iìir.'.'o Coivontion foi- Pri "idrnt «-f th. Unit^'d Htntc.5, ha«; gpokt n h tSi-i'.  pi«'- •, h which ail .¡'hor i-i'-fcs  d\v.i:'í tìK' Cí)i<^r%v:o<'rf ..t !':-.t the tHiiiUii.il ina. a.'-'d v, h!rh ^v/ rlil Oli r o rmd put tho <  Orato r un th,- Mkíu-3í pinn.-i'-a- < íív rniìÈO, thsT- r-"-! t  On. a wi.f i . .¡.»p - '  wa«" 'j'ìi' r< > ■■!•.  Ui««Mnt -r t.'Mt Nt>v- V. a .E> fn, ■ ì'ii-si e 5J!Ì--:uf  tiiw; It w»-. ìt.iH ('••■' .  i-.-it :i!i-JÌ' ■«'■>• tliat . . -tÌK ■ jectli.ji liu- fn-.-it cf a ìmì"  fìnn'ìi-'^ -iii.iiìrr. .\ \ Jo S vk. B{>ct". h oniv ha.f Ü' Hhrd, U ;<>ra: >r.«_l:n.>~ pumjKwt t'Ui, dUiijtpi' iti»u ritsii aux! reading from i>is tiu.riUirftJi'.. «o rnpi<S;? that a third uí wt nis wf-re Is.nrd y i-a< rritand..üle, thcrj ri'innii:«} in ihi.« .Mad son í^quf -o Garden Isí -diy moro tu.m on ha'f of those who hmi o-.-untumi tu Ih early evening. ThisJi.iìf wit^ n«>í enthu slaitic. WhuE littk? fi}>i»'i.»udinir it did was of the half-h»'iirtcd kmd th.it is eosil'»- tLstinguisUable from genuine er. thnsiab n.  THE Boy I:EAI> HIS ^rBECii. To evetyb<MÌy's .tstoni-^hnjent, instead orating, the Boy Orator d-'lib>.'r..tt ly he. h's njoniMcript up v^ithin two f-Ct of hi face and to read.  It has biicn tuhi just how full the Garde \vr»s when this sj>tech wjis Í eguii. He had bceu speaking exactly Ilvo minu:»-s when the shuHi ng of feet bcj-an. Tho top gal jery folkn were the.f .^t ouvs to tire. Tiie could be heard, but could not be si.-en The noise they made disturbed the sjfcafe er, but he thought it wa^ a crowd cuuiUi in and not a crowd going out.  That thought st-nyed with him fwraixjut two minutes. Then the upper pallery iwople got duwn to the ñr&t gaUrry ard came down the aisles iu plain sight. Wlien tbo people in the P si ry snw  them K>'-ug they thought it was a g\>cd time to go too, and tln-y fell in line by twos and Ihrccii. At the end of twelve minut .3 tho spetcii had had such an eSTccí that two sections m the main g; le. / were ne: ly empty, and there were vacant »<aí» everywhere.  Mrs. B . i 1 Wí s t ; much worri-nl c ■ was the orator. t?he tuiued i m whispered to St. John. St. John i^book his head in a helpless sort oX way. There h id Ix-en cwa-sidcrable applause iu tlu^ t^i^eive nsinute.s but It didn't any of it - tu b ; ceuu-  "ae.  M«wnM» «.»d tticfsl® Mmm»~9%t  liay—rotS.lrai O^nttous by'^IPQ of «mllotial lifpatat:«!». . T.'.> exhibition npctiis on Motidoj, Aq^ ; closes Friday, Sept.-Uh.  Ttv -M .ln «»root «iflh 3 next to tho '  , 1» -I il- • iri.e, i«? now Opon,  í'r, • ."»w nniy U» hul by ¡iking  y-n-^'fyt- .....................  . % • i; CM iv «lf\. (M and Fn .aera Sa'eg . f,y kí 'I 01. Frld-iV.  1.1 i tenets II.i ) euch aro now on ii • ,t'.Ì» Fair oirice. Chns. H. Fishcr'a f !» ilbis'g E. A. í)sí>orne's and riso Oak if. Duke, Wayno Scott and : , ■ KUsott.  T:; > peifo: nance will Inclndo  -k. difìleult balancing neta kno-»a  > " ; rnfpK'Sion.  An-.lt>verwlll attend the Fair, lbs .1 li's llvsi will givo a fancy drill, tho : ite «»e Clus> will sing, and tha AndoVer = j!id -svili probablj bo hero to play at least  ..r.c d-i.V-  The In.m.^gcmcnt Is bnstllngto get Sei:-:4lor li-IIer, Congn Jsmnn .'-"'bley and ps. Si^alíer Thorn; < ,R?ed here i s tho ¡»liti.  The B. & S. road has offered csíieclaliy raí s and a big crowd Is expected from Pot ser ' mntv.  OBITUARY.  In Gr. ?nwood. Am jst 13 of suns .oke John liei, /, son of J'I miah and A\: q  Kygers, a^eu 17 yerr.^, 4 month« nntl I0  diys. Th ; dfcieased vbr in U elu .d,|,|  iHJg oats Wednesday morning and teg^^ oiíun Jii; went lu she bouse «coílí; ii^^j 4iud by eue o'clock Thi uday meiulng ¿ pajj&jtl eui of tuia life. Ho was spuken (rt as a very k'-id lu...icdnnd Induslrioiw yor: sg iuan, H ; 1' eiBl Wf ; largely at-c^uücdattQe . ,5id n J cl-hfs partnts. The floral offering  was abunda jt and a very iarpe pn)ces»ion of mou mers followed hi. Lnjdy 10 Its last resting pi? 00.  J. K..  THREE THOUSAND ACRES  At the CoBjT-cgAtion il Chn-ch—Sf-mon Uj R«-v. M D.ire.  The serriixj Sunday lîi^îit were In the Cong e .uional rî-ntch. H -v. Mr. Dare, pi sto^ uf the M. tb'Hl i£ cb.u ch in lî mon; preached au abse and er n, -t gos^K-l seriîun on "Christ In Rédemption."show iny m.nn'sneed of n S.nvlor and î ow it is thnt ."^idvation Is free «nd full.  T.'ju ("on>..vfçat:onr'J choir rendered mui^tc th.it was « speelally line, the duet and nnthem îiartîcuh -ly elicif ig uiiurh comnit'nt. Dr. Leepcr presîded, cou due: Ing the open services.  PROSTRATED BY THE HEAT.  J»>mes Brady of All htown, Ov^ercome by a Sr stroke. [.Special to tbeKETOf-TEK. I Allestowk. Aug. 14:—James Brady of this place, formerly of the firm of Coyle P'jd Brr ly, hut. now employed by Tei-ien«':^ Higglns, was overcome by the heat while .ng on tho road I rt%vcen Allentowh and Scio yesterday af .rhoon Ho Is still ■ I from the effect of the sr .'s beat, and bis improvement is quite slow.  Woold'ut Naturalhe > IIi!a.  Judge Ai 0s of Binghamton refused to {^.ant naturalization papere to an Italian who could not W ite English and who did not know the name of the President of the United States or of the Governor of New York. An Au.strian was refused for the same reasons. Another Italian w?-hcd to become a citizen becau^ some day he might want to keep a saloon and if he did be would need a license. Ho got no nat-uralizatiun papers.  The daoDS of Mr. K» 1 AagostJtíra^áés ot Willltig t td Misa Margarotbo Anna Adelbfol M^obreBs wera annoonc^d at tbo Gkirmaa Ev. L>iit|ieraa chr .'oh Snnday  Tbo marriage c®renaony wUl take pla.a . , ,  TÍiUísday» Aog. mb at a o'clock at funeral wUl bo today at 3 o'clock from oborclL i^® G.ixmaa Ev. Lutb. cburob.  Erna Charlotte, the Infa ifc daugh er of Prot, and Mr», ÍI. A. l»nBwen, died of cbqlei« infantum Sunday morning. The  Aogelica "Church Tldtags."  T^- ChTnrb Tidfngs is |ho . name- of -a new paper Issued from Eve..- Week press c-»tw ik. It Is a monthly, issued by the MetbMtst -Church, of - Angelica, devoted to church n -»tires, matters of InWrest and selected reading. Tho prico is '.J cents per year and It ia worih that and, mtrch ■mtc^-'hmtáos. Our business people have been generotis In their patronage with advertising which Insi es Us monthly ap peí -ancs) for a yerat least. Good lock to it  ST trrled.  On Satn -day, Aug. 15tb, at tho Cong e" gattonai Ittttsonag^ Mr. George U. Tyler osd'Mt^ Blanche Kenyon were united In mar.-lago by Rev. K. A. I^per, D. D  The Homells Tfctoiioos.  «?0TOlng was Bbut out at baso ball B to 0 by the Homells on Satcrday. Tbis gives tho Horaélls Ibo eecond championship  Of T tub r I "iJ in Cletirfi" '(I CoaQty Be-cenily yolil.  One of tne it •g.-st and most important lumber deals tliat hari tx-en made ia Penii ».ylvan .i recently ho» just Lev-, cl sel in Clearfield cor ity. Medsr». ^vli.v i < »r .h and W. A. Potter, of Cier -Held, pureh.ised from Mr. Rjbor« Stewart, o£ Surveyor Rua, Girard township, y. ' » acres of land, the con.'iider.ition bein ^ H'J. ^ Th-- tract is underlaid with coal arid ■ besides thi improvements, consiijiing of large steaai saw-mills and other Luiliuigs. there f-e hundreds o£ cords o£ »awed iuiiiber. On th«trace there v-i i- t^M} feet of hemlock. l3,t»J,U0J feet uf ivar . pme, )J feet, of white oak, l.U -,1 jJ ui red oak, besides more than 71»,'X » railroad ties. The work of cuti .g the iimbcr wUi be c.):u-menced at one •. This wUi neeesiitate iim erection Ot a nu.ut>'-T oi is. ge saw miu». After be: ¡gcuc tUi lumber Vv." r, ' d to j: c tho Jt uata 'and Susquehanna rivers—[G >--1 .  WILL ERECT SIGNBOARDS.  Th.  U 0«->r  Tiie 1 A. W. \V|H l'l«c«  Eve.,, wheelman % 11 s. n nave «c sion to thank the L. A. W. or ttie New York division of that o.-ganization is about . » bejrin piaclng signboartls throughout <»he stare, which will sht,w the distil iccs bet»veen vUJai,%'3, and alsti their ni u .;. These gr de i ists ii to be placed at crossroads, mounted on thirSei-o foot locust posts, and r a3 e;i{>ecied to be of ju^eat benefit to wheelmen arsd. tiie traveling public. Ihe tolr ' ' nu-nlw throughout New York state will reacb several thowsand. The expense of put. ting up the signs is met L che luad accuring ironi a meet held at Manhaitan Beach lust year. The sijins are to be c^a. structed of metal and h.»ve a da k bine background on which w.li be 1. ga ralatd let. rs of yellow.  Allpgnay's Ilcuta.  tßxiffalu Timi-ye;. . ago tho little  S xty ye;.. ago tho little villxisa o Allegany, Cattaraugus County, had a land boom which woi d put to the Husb Of ii'iagariv Failjtn I'b^ -It was lliat Allegany was destinel to become one of the big cities of tho ciu it ry. Land bought for SO.OOO a few -months later when the bubble was ot height, sold Olean tn 'tÌMSii'éa.'»' wasi & struggling little village. : li did not in any way ..compare With -A legany: »The o<mstr:iction of tho Erie railway a few years later frost bit Allega ly's hoj^is and made a city of Olean.  Th« I>«y» Cetilhe Short r.  Tho sun is rising aad setting each day in tux.r tovvi d tho south. In July wo iost Í4 minutes of daylight in the moro-mg and ■- ) minut a iu tho evening, or a tola ÜÍ 14 mtnut< '1 all. I ì Ar -ust tho  ioïïi Ol dayíifcbi, vkiil te O ie hut" ani S X L.n minu 32 la tho morning aad « m the evenuig. i hii Is o clo^mg in of .seasons oi light and warmth and tho approach of tiiose of darkness and cuid.  A 11er .»nt Afiair. The dancing party ut tho thcatrj Friday  aight was atl -nded by a« JUt ttj ly eoupl" s. Miss Hn.skln« and Aire. Conuor ir"ui-.hed ihu muáiu.  A. J.  SIIO.NGO,  . .Mi^5 Lmy Wilcox now a teacher in Art anu iiig at Cook Av- iemyi New Vote, acc mipan ed by Mrd. .Vlay Smith of E iU Clair, Wisco iam, spent tao psst few days Uero visiti ug their old saiiool-mates, Mr. and Mrd. / A. Elliott. Alrj. Smub is home on a visit to her old home in Alma for the first time sine» going to Kaa Clair m yea s ago.  M.SS Ella Shields and slstor Katie, with the^r cousin Anna Shields of Alma, spoa Su uiay with^their relatives, A. A. Elliott and family.  Mr. »»nd Mrs. Elmer Johnson d oro to Bolivr.r Sat» day, reti' -ning to Alnia and stavtag over Si' »day with relativei, John and James Shii lds, rotu ning home Mon-daj.  A • lo. 1 of corn 1. ^ just been received Ithe i, istmlil. Nest'iuonth buckwheat, then pancakes and sap.  .Mi&s MeCurdy, of B. jckwayvlUo Penn., is spending a few weeks visiting at her uncle's, .M. D. McCr dy.  31r. and .Mr.-. Jeise Perry ara both eick ef typhoid fever, both contracting lbs disease while in attendan i upon tho ' »00, Judson, who.->e leient death has b cn nolii. -d.  Mr. Eiia^ Johnson whoso long eickoeM was notici a few days ago is at this time no bettor.  The oat harvest is now under fnll head way.  The shipping of black borries from thia station is through for a while at lea't f iiiit lor tho season. It was well ap* precSated while it did ii t. ' '  ShouKO, Aug. 17.  SOME BICYCLE JOKES-A bur »iiii» sau, Acfntury run, .ilnd thfa ie»-f. driiik.s jjalore,  A .sudde»'«liili, A do<-tor's bill.  And life's brU^f spin wivs o'er. » •  •  Watts—"There Is no gainsaying, old man, that tho day of sixteen to ouo H coming, and coming fast "  Potts—"I thought you were sucb a confident goid man?.".;................... ... , -----------------  Watts—"Who's talking obimt gold? I meant sixteen bicycle to one horse." .. „ ... . _ —Indianapolis New®.  ♦ . : .  "Havo you notlojd bow the skirts thai ladies wear on tho wh«il br. : at th»  knees? Jnst like tho men's trousera."-.........*  6BE DREW THE LI^E. < From the €hicaKO P<»t-)  "You say ebo's a.oomlc opera singer?' "Yes."  "1 euppo^ she has appeared In bur-le-que,^?"  *-Ob, dear, no. I don't think you could b'-e her to worr bloomers."; ' '  Peaa.oa Moaey ÉsempUor«.  Tbe pri^ideckt of the sla^c board Qt/ aTf et^ors baa written a letUfr In wblch be states : '*That since ha mot with tho assessors In May, tho courts have decided  an old soldier, and when ba deeds pro-Í ' Bioomera;"' tfiV ofó-í'^s^^^^^'  perty bought with pension money over to boarder, "letsen a woman's matrimonial  anyone else. If an old soldier dl^ the chaneses."  property at once becomes taxable, Jf bo - "Dear mo," said tho Cheerful Idiot, "I deeds over to nis wife or any ona elis it' tbongbt tbey woro a distinct aid In atrlk-becomcs tusablo. ^ Ing a good piatob."  Bloomers and a BIat< h. nera," Bald, ttkê ofà-t   

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