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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - July 3, 1903, Wellsville, New York                                 Ih" '  AI.LEGANY COUNTY REPORTER^ WELLSVILI.E> N. Y., TUESDAY/JDNE 30 1903>  Mr  il  •il-  i^BCfJ  A HOT FIRE  BICES LIVERY 'STABLES BURKED >-13 HORSES CREMATED.  Fifteen Baildmgs Destroyed Covering Several Acres »of Groiind—Old Wooden Baildmgs In Rear of Fassett Honee Snccomb to the Flames and the i^ire Boys Hard %ork Saves.'tne Business • Blocks.  [From Daily Eoporter of Jnne 20]  At 1 o'clock this momlnic fire was discovered In the roar upper portion of the old Fasflett Honee bam located in the rear of the Fassett HonBe block and nsed by Freil Rice as a llverv stable, and in two hours several acres of wooden bnildinsfs had been conpumed. inclndincr 13 valaablo livery horaes. entailing a lo38 of $15, (XM).  The fire was seen bv Nlabt Watchman Sanires and bv the youns folks in attendance at the dancing party In the City Hall and the yoanp; men in their best «nit» promtiM? resjwnded to the alarm with thf McEwen and Genesee carts The fire had Kaine<i conflider-able headway and appeared to l>e uoar the river.BO a nin wafi made to the hydrant at the lower ^n.1 of Fassett street and two ptreauia wfie soon on tbe iHre. The old huiMina by this time was a mafis of tlaniea from one end to another and the flre qnickly ipr^wl \9 the enrronndintr bnildinirB In the meantime an alarm had been tamed in JSPflj box 4 at the City Hull and the Dnkeft and Dvkes resnonded and other itreamfl were laid from tbe hydrantn on Main atroet. but they Rft'inM tM)\v-erless to ston the nproad (if Ih» tire an i j tvitbin a fevv hi>nr8 «»»verni acr.»« of j firronnd had been l>!nn»»d over an'l fonr ' teen bnildinuB Wf»re in a injiHs of ruiriH. inclndinu the new liveTv barn rt-cniMv built bv Fred Rice. It vvhh oik» of th" I hardest fires that the t)oyH have litul loi contend with in yearn Tlu» fbiiueH j Buread from the old Fassett Honse^liarn to the barns adjoininir ou Fai^pet street. Park Place and State streot. Extra lines of hose were laid from th»* hvdrant on State street and later the steamer was tak»«n out and set on the bank of the riv«»r. doinif tiood service nine linea of hose beinu at work on the Oames. Tlie barn of Robert Harder. adjoininii the old Fa.«sett Honse bam was tbe next to ifo, (juiclilv f d lowed bv the barns of Mrs. Emily («rover, Wm. Vanijuren nnd Dr. ('oltt-r. on Fassett street. On the soutli side the fire had commanicateil to the barnH of T. J. Aoplebee. on Park Pljue. and R. A. Wells, on State street, and tiy plnckv work of tbe firemen on th»se three sides tlie dwellinj^s were kept  from the third floor and thev were a total lom to Mr. Rica In addition to the thirteen horsM. Mr. Rice's It^s in-clndes 4 backfl, 3 poenniatic tir^ bng-eies and some 20 other bniraies. inclnd-intr many new ones: while hie loss in the new barn includes eome SO 8lei»hs and cnttere, besides a qoantity of hay and'Krain. His loss is estimate<l at $4,500 on the new bnildine with an Insurance of |1.000 and i5.000 on the honwa. Tiarriasrea. harness, &c., with, an insurance of flGOO  The old hotel barn beloneinir to toe Hotel Faasett (Jo. was insured for fi.-  000 which will fully cover the loss. Qallmann »& Co's. store honse in  which several carloads of feed had been put only a few days before, is a complete losa toKether with the contents, amountiner in all to fl.400 with f1,000 insnrance.  Mrs. Fred Nichols' barn on State street, and which was within a foot of the new Rice livery bam. was only bnmed In the npner portion ; the loss will be 1100, fullv covered by insurance.  R. A. Wells' barn was a total loss of fOOO on the bnildins and contents, in-cludlner a cutter, harnees and some feed, probably amountiner to 1100 with an insnrance of |200 on the building.  T. J. Apolefee's bam on Park Place and which in directly in the rear of the oln Fasset». houfte barn, is a total loss, valuetl at fiOO. with |300 insnrance.  The loss on the contents on this building is unknown, as Mr Aoolebee is.in the west, bnt considerable t,'Oi>«l8 were storetl in the building  Robert Harder'e also iu the  réai' of the Tíissett fíonse barti. was a total loss of iHOi), with insnrfuice of f.'UO. Mr. Harder succeeded iti KettihR oiit.his two horfles and the othei con-t^«nts. but was badlv lucked bv one of tiie horses and is now confinwl to the hunsH  The burn of Mrs. Kmily Ctiover. on Fasst'tt street hs well as tbe Itarns of Dr. OdliT siiiii Win. VHnBnr»n. all of wbi 'li joiii'-d I losely to ttie old Fassett Hov.ne barn, was coinnletely destroved.  ¡J;!*"! on each of these biiihlintis with no instirance. A "(jnantitv of uoods stored,'in Mrs. (trover s barn were destroyed.  Tbe Hotel ice house just in front of the old barn was also coniuletelv Imrneid and the loss is several hnndred doliurs with no insurance.  The canse of the fire i« nnknown. as no liiihts were nsed in tbe l)ack por tion of the barn and^it is tielieved liy nianv to be of incendiarv orifiiu The snudl of liiirniiiLi wootl was noticed bv several oí tiie r«i-idenfs tin Fassett street as t>aily as 11 o Clock in tbe eveninir and Ni^ht Watchman Sunires  1 WHS also senrchintr around for the , I'aiise of the wmoke at an early hour,  I liiit ft)r some reason it was not discov ' ered nntil tbe barn was all in flames : lioth inside and out.  Notes.  Fred Rice seems to be most unfortu-  BELMONT  Belmont. Jone 2ff—Judge Reynolds and wife and dauerhter, and Mr and Mrs Eldvn Reynolds attended the wed-dinff of their cousin. Miss Sophia Reynolds. to Dr Wakeman. Wednesday at Alfred  Mr and Mrs Eckhert of Chicago have been visiting Dr Barney and family this week.  Mr Ward Smalley of the hardware firm.ofSifison & Sraallev. is nccotiat-ine to rent the house owned bv Mrs Gertrude Noble, which will be vacated ground at the station preparatory to by Mr Mummv and his family in a the extensive cljanRes to be made on few davs. the station eronods and at the Genesee  Mrs Mark Barney is visitintr rela- : rivei* bridire. tives and friends at Auburn. Groton. i The trirls employed at Maj Craig's Syracuse and other points in central tolwcco warehouse have finished their New York. j work for the season and returned to  ChHS E Clark of Clark Bros Company ^heir homes at Addison, leaving some left Wednesday morning for an extend- ■ acbing hearts behind them nmong tbe ed bnsineps trip t(. Oregon, Washinetnn ^ovs of tender age.  Dan Gunder, the most popular Superintendent of the Poor that Allegany The Chapel hall of ¡he Union Free 1 ever had. has been attending  friends and admirers of the yonns people.  Miss Sarah Byrnes is home for a few days, visiting relatives and friends in the coromnnity. She is a proof reader on.the Chonicle-Telegraph of Pitta-burg. Pa. and has risen from the ranks of the Allegany type setter to a profitable position on a leading paper of the city of Pittsburg.  Mies Edith Peck has a position in the office of Clark Bros Co. taking the place of Miss Mabel Prescott. who was obliged to give it np on account of a tro a ble with her eyes.  A gang of Erie employees have commenced the work of arranging the  and California and will t)e absent about six weeks.  School building was crowded from cnt+ir t^) circumference ihht erening with spfctatprs to see and hear the final efforts of the thirteen graduates of the High School department. Taken toi/ether they were a fine body of rejire-sentatives of good scholarship, refiect-inff credit upon the conimunitv, to the school and the teachers The custom of giving presents was faithfullv observed and the platform was loaded (iown with Mowers, bestowed by the  the annual u-atherinar of Snnerintend-ents at Thousand Islands this week It is not generally known that he can talk the German language as fluently as the Kaiser himself and is a good judge of Sau er krant.  Dr James McNett aied at tbe residence of his mother Wednesday. He came from Hornellsville several months ago and has been confined to the house ever since The funeral will be held at the house this afternoon.  FRIENDSHIP  Friendship. June 30—The season of 1903, Friendship High School closed last week. Class day exercises were held at the building on Moudav evening.  There was a five act play given on Taesday evening by Junior pupils to a crowded house, as shown by the proceeds 157. at which only 10c admittance was charged. As told by one of the faculty "they went through a (W page play without a prompt. ' '  On Wednesday, commencement exercises were held at Academy Hall, at which a delightful programme was rendered. The following were the graduates of the class of 1903. Vera M Waite, Ruth E Hobart. Ruth A Bullard. Bessie M Whipple. Velora Wightman. Jessie W Kingsbury. Miriam R Flint, Minnie E Whiteman. Henrv R White, Francis H Wing, Mark (' Hammond. Francis M Alvord. Rov T Strahan, Edward D Eaele. Robert J Helme, Beniamin S Phil-brick. Marti n R Scott, John Hnnt. making eighteen members. The class colors were green and white, they average H2 resents counts.  The Alumni banquet was serveti bv the ladies of tbe Eastern Star at tbe Masonic rooms with the following program ;  C'ornet solo, Jos Gorton, Jr Reading, Velora Wightman Stereopticon. bv Rev Sanborn, Views of interest made recently by himself including The American Flag. Prin W W Miller. The present school bnild-ing, Harry Blossom at 10 years of age, the present oresident of rhe alnmni. Prof Prosper Miller, the fire department of the old Cadet Co.. the old Cadet C3o of 7 years ago, old academv bnilding, Baxter hall, view of Main street from Judge Norton's to tbe store of F A McKee. an old resident aged H4. Mr McClumpha, Col Wellman. "Fan Drill" of little girls on last arbor day and lastly the new graduate as he think« of himself and the earth when receiving dii>loma and the next pictnre the earth and himself after he has been trvinL' to earn a living a while Toastmaster, D A Daniels Address of Welcome to lilOH. Wm Hanks  Response. Mark Hammond IHO;? Fntnre Medicis, .letTerson Latla The Men. Miirv Frarv Reminiscences. L M Wait Onr Alma Mater. Wm Foster  Jennie B Mason let, Martha Smith, drawing.  The changes for next year are aa follows : Miss Qonld of the 6th nnd 7th grade will «o to Plainfield. N. J. Miss Dickie of the 4th and 5th to Angelica.  Miss Elizabeth Listler. a graduate of the BnSalo Normal will take the 6th and 7th left by Miss Gould, and Miss Alvir^ L Mason of Hornellsville. a sister of Miss Jennie Mason, is to take Miss Dickey's place.  The school year will begin in September.  Ttirt trustees are E Q Latta, President : Mis W C Kingsbnry. Vice Pres. ; D A Daniels. Secretary ; A G Hinmaé, F A McKee, Mrs H F Wells. F H Gra-baui. M W Hobart and M C Irish. The Clerk of the Board is J M Bullard.  Sunday night a large audience gathered at the Methodist church for the Odd Fellow's memorial service. The Lo<lge of Odd Fellows and the Reoekah Lodge nearly a hundred strong sat in a body. Rev J W San bom preached the sermon from the text "Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." Mr Main, the church chorister, and Mrs Sanborn sang a duet, and at the close Mrs Sanborn sang a solo. The altar was beautifnlly decorated with American beauty roses.  The Hook and Ladder company of East Olean invited Mr^Sanborn to lecture for them last;Friday night on the customs of the Indians, with 140 stereopticon views. He did so and the company made a good thing out cf it financially.  the  Visiting at Friendship.  Friendship. Jnne 29—Mr. and Mrs George R Bnrlbut of Johnson City. Tenn . have been the guests of Mrs. Hnrlbut's aunt, Mrs. L. C. Pearse. Mr Hurlbnt is a native of Angelica, was formerlv a prominent business »nan of Dansville. years ago he  removed to .Johnson Citv, and is now a prospérons real estate owner in that thriving city Mr. H is one of manv successful hnsines« ineti from ^'ran«l old Allei/anv  Babtist Pastor Marned this Week.  UF.l.MONr UK .li ^CH')()L  from burning, although at times thev | were afire in many nbu-es and thel dwelling of T. J. ApplelH^e was burned i His liverv stable opposite the  Fassett HoiiHe was burned oulv a year aiio. tint bis loss is much greater in tili« last tire on his new livery barn, as well as on the horses and carriages.  considerably in the upper portion  The tiames were rapidlv spreading toward the brick^blocks on Main street and a"olncky tight was mude t<) save the new liverv barn of Fred Rice ad joining the old Fassett House barn i)ut some dolav in getting ho^e connections through from Main street proved fatal and within an bv)nr the new liverv bam. covered on tbe outside with iron and three stories high, had Uiken fire on the inside and was soon a mass, of flames. The (lames from here iM)ni-uiunicat^'d to (lallmann A' (oh store house, just in the rear ¡of the liricli block, and although the liuiltling was partially burned and 'the flooring falling through so as to desirov all the contents and practically the building the fire was 8t«ppe<i here, and great credit is due to Chief Williams and his valiant firemen in stopping the fire be fore it reached the brick blocks ou Main street, as only a space of thirty feet intervened, rear of the Gallmaun store were all  ; He is undecided whether he will re ,; build or not,  j Livervman Fred Rice ba- seoured a i barn nt tlie foot of River street and re i moved tne iiorses and wagoiiti s;ived i from the tire to that plac- tins morn , nig  I Tile iMtvs Were'Hi' Hn.xi<>us run ■ witti the carts that, thev fori/ot to turn in tin* alarm and two lines of iiot<e were laid liefore tile firnt alarm was given , The voting gentlemen attending the daiii y did gt.KHl work in getting out tlu ^ai>paratus and iiianv good niiits of |i lothes were ruined bv the hard tire i fighters  i "Crinsev" Nies of Salamani'a. who : is piaving iiase ball here this year, showed UP as a good volunteer tire-man. He workwl with the hose Ixivs  The windows ¡n the ^  interest in \Nellsville. Cilssey is as cracke.l bv the heat an<l several times ; ^^ ^^bter as a ball player, it was thought that the block must go. j The hot cotTee .served bv M;s. En-The boys all worked like tn^ana and ; ^der. Mrs Wells. Mrs. Grover, Mrs. again demonstrated that the Wellsvilh' ; Fassett and others in the neighborhood. Fire Department includes the l)e9t fire j greatly appreciated i)y the fire fighters in the world.  Rice's livery barn is in charge of Wm. Ros well and Chas. Bnrdick who were sleeping in tbe old bam. Abunt 1 o'clock Roswell heard the horses squealing and kicking and thought it was in the new barn an 1 went over to eei« w¥at tlte fr»>ubte' vvas. ■wtíeí returnetl to the old barn tbe iiuil ling was a mass of tiames in the rear He called Bunlick and they made a hard fight to i-'et the horses out t)Ut the flames drove them i)ack and tbe ani mais could not be saved. In the old  fiL'-hters.  There was plentv of water pre.sstire after the alarm was turned in and there was realiv no need of the stream from the steamer, as the hydrant coulil bave been used iUi the McEweii oirner bui it was a wise piecautiou .ai the  parr nf t'ntpf WttttTiTris. .................  After ali it was a luckv tire in one \^ay. Th" al'sencH i.if anv win.l pre-veiite^l the tlames reaching the hru'k M ick on Mani Street.  The irou covered liverv l'tiilding of  Andover, ,lune J,'). -Mr and .Mrs R A Pease attended the i < nimencenienr ex ercises at (ireenw(n)d la.st evening, re niaining over nii/ht with frieinln.  Miss ("arrie Wiliianis leturned from (ieneseo Tuesdav ami is viniting ;it hi r brother Clavtou Bdn Harnev street at present  A (' (ìillett o, Ro->shnrg attcnided coniiiieni-einent exercises Tnesdnv evcn-inii and the Alumni hauqn.-i i.ist even ing.  Miss S.ira Rilev. former tearher here, is in town the unu st of fnmds  Mr and Mrs A 1) Howe ,,f W i; n.-^vill,. are visit Iiil' ;it .Mrs M(an ii>'ss  Flo; d Hrundage wt-nl tu CI,-v-lai. I. (> last .^aturd.iv !.. wurk iii a m i i.ui.' shun tliruuf.'h v.iiutiun.  Allen t'orwin and (.'lan-iirr Co. lirauf art- working af liflniuiit iii ( lark l'>ri.?-niacliiiU' hhop diiniii: \ arati..n  11 i-: Watson an.i .M i^s^l iel» r; Uak.T -f W'ellsville altencifd ili,- .Xiiiiiiiii lian.H'.ft •■•veniiig renpiining over ml'íi! at ii. . . liaiiiey street, .Mis .1 \V  DeniillL' s.  Mrs \Vm(>rvis was uuf..rt luiat.- t^ tall dcvvn stairs last evening .uki w,is severelv liruised. hut no In ¡¡.-.s wcii-lirokeii  .Miss Cora Wixon of Cnt«,i a former teacher iiere. is a guest of Miss Mary î-n viler.  The commencement ex--n ises of the A H S were held in the op»-ia hoiis-Tnesdav evenuiL' The decorations I were bf'autiful, with an a udance of tlowers 1.") graduates ad a great crowd  Tht< Alumni tianuu last evening was largelv attended t-.prciallv by friends visiting in t.iwn and was a ¡decided s iccess ainl a verv enjoyable vH ciisunv  Tlie'Baocalanreate serniun last Sunday evening bv Rev H I) Ba. on was fint- a good lot of go(Ml romuion sense and was hii.'hlv spoken of liv the lar^.',- (ungre-gation who were !nterestt<d listt-i¡ers  M iss Calla (treeii ot Aííih.I whs :ì guest of Leon Cook an.l atreii.!>-d ilif  • tîrfûqnrr lâsr evern'ïïZ ...............  Fiiendsbip. .Tune 2Í». Announcement is made of the marriage of Rev Frank Souyer, who is iiastor of the Baptist church of this place, to Miss Lelia Palmer Horton of Utica in the Tabei-Our Foreign Possessions Wellinnton uncle Baptist church of that citv bv  'he Hrv. Wni. B. Wallace. The bride is a graduate of the (íenesee Wesleyan Conference and during tlie past vear was a student at Elniira college. Mr and Mrs Saliver will spend Julv at Chautauqua and return to Friendship the last of tbe month.  Wet her bee The Ladies, Wm Fries The faculty of the school this vear vere W W Miller Prin; Nettie A Bacow, Preceptress; Ada K Smith 1st asst,, .Marv Frarv. 2nd awst.. Marv Hammond. 9tb grade, »-Isie (ionld (Uh an<l 7th. Marie Dickie. 4th and .")th. Lottie Hobart ;)d, Agnes Keenan. 2nd,  \ ÜIWWAV L(M, TIIAIN.  Two Men Killed and Nine Otheis Injured in Potter County •Austin, I'a., .Inne 24 riinawav  train on the Dunlevie lumber road tM(lav resulted in the killing of Alliert (le.'rge eiiLMueer. and Ira I'ealiody. a l.'U scaler. Nine men were 'hurt iiv mmping from the runaway train auiaintt the rocks.  The locomotive was ilrawing heavy t'ars UP a steep grade when the weight of ihe train drew the light locomotive backwanl on the slipperv rails. After ninnimj- nearlv two miles down Lirade, the train (iasbed otT the track at a curve  •'f the l-'i men wii.. had been on the tr.'iin when it started in run awav hut twi) reinain"d on.(ieorge and I'eali.Mlv. lioth ot wtiorn wt^re kille<i  The other men v.-ere found strewn al.iiiK ihe route . d' the runawas'  DR. ,1 ^MFS McNETT  Did. at the n. "f his mother, Mrs A. .1. McNett. ..n ..ashiiiL'ton street Belmont Dr .lames McNett. I Doc'or .McNett was the eMest s.m of C<d. and Mrs. A .1. McNett. there being three children ' Dr. .lanies, who was prai'ticimr at Hornellsville, Dr. (leo. C Mi'Nett, .if Bath and Mrs James E. Norton of N.irth Carolina. Dr. McNett was a man cit marked abilitv. He finished the stmlv of meiicineas a student (if Dr. Ik-nja-mm Norton, of Belnn.nt. in the vear I'^sn and attended the medical colleL'e ot the Universilv of the Citv of New York and T'.vst (iraduate School of New York City, and later marned Miss Eva L .^antee, of Hornellsville, where be_lo..ated  As a practiti.mer he was successful  CUBA DEFEATED  Many Enns and Errors Were the Features of the Game,  The Cnba base ball team, which shn. Wellsville onta week ago at (¿t came here Friday accompanied h/' nnmber of others to play a reta'^ game, and althongh the Cuba team ? a strong one. it was expt^jted that Wellsville conld easily defeat them with the team they now have and th final score was 18 to 9 in favor of Wellsville. Such appeared to be the case when the game opened up Prj^.^ afternoon at the Athletic gronnda Wellsville went to bat and touched nn Patterson, Cuba's crack pitchef tor three hits, which with two errorB of the Cuba bovs, gave Wellsville five runs. In^the second inning an error by Taylor allowed Kieb to reach first Kehoe was given a free pass and a hit by Chilcott. with another error by Cnba. followed by a base hit bv Ryan brought in two scores. Hahn and Nie? striking ont. In the third inning live-Iv hitting ou the part of the Wellsville boys and loose playing by the Cnba team was responsible foir four ¿ore runs, every member of the Wellsville team having a crack at the ball, while Cuba for the first three innings had nothing but goose eggs to their credit After that the Wellsville team let np. and played a listless game, while for Cuba Patterson woke up with strong suppiort from the Cuba bovs, presented the Wellsville team with goose egea for five successive innings. Hagan 'eased up and combined with 'the indiflferent work of the home team, Cuba scored two in the fourth, two in the sixth and three in the seventh. After that the bovs realized that thev did not have everything their own wav and tonched Mr. Patterson no for a few more hits. s(-oring two runs in the ninth, with a total of thirteen, while Cuba bv bard work also added two runs to their credit in the ninth, making a total of 9.  It was far from an exciting game and nine errors made by the Wellsville boys were most of them inexcusable. Hagan's record " ith eight bases on balls and one man hit, together with striking out twelve men and allowiug the Cuba boys oulv four hits, is a peculiar one to cypher on. Reuwick had a bad error in fumbling a tiy in center field, Rvan two errors, which weie hardly necessarv. and shortstoD Hahn two errors which are also bard to explain. Kehoe's eriois in third was a hot liner from Stohr's bat and per-hat)s be is excusable for m¡using it, as tbe ball caronied from bis glove far into center field an i while several men were chasing afr»'r it. the Cuha boys ■were indnstrionsly running in scores.  For Cuba, with the exception of tbe first three innings, the buvs plaved an exceptionally strong game and had they settled^down to work a little earlier, would have given the Wellsville team a bard earned victory.  Tbe »ummary follows  Wellsville  AB  y H'  y í  i-RlKMi-liri' IIICH .^CH )<>!.  KNnSlllP hF.FK.\Tl-:i).  Wellsville Gives the Fast Friendship Team a Haid Game.  Tlie Wellsville ball team went to Friendship Saturday afternoon and ilefeate<\ the local team in a well played game by a score of 17 t.i The Wellsville boys had their batting clothes on and touched up WiU'ox f  Freii Rice maile a hot tire, lint tiie ir.tn horse bam were thirteen horses ten of kept tiie tlames confined lo tiie i.uil.l them belonging to Mr. Rice h liver ììil an.l ^avt; tin- liof;e men a cliance to two bus horse.^ lelonging tr,-o. F.'X w.>rk up c],i.-e Had it lieeii a wo...leu  wned  and a ruuning b(.)rse, ' Castro ' owned builduit: ¡here is bv Homer Elliott all of which burned tire woul.i have except one of the bus bornes which broke awav ami escape<i. but was so Imdly burned that it was necesaary to take tbe animal out and shoot it. In the old livery barn were also all of Rice's hacks and heavy carriages and aii unusual uumi>er of wagons and BOne of these wore saved. In the new  tl.' tellin, ;oppeii.  wtiere tti  fraternity Promenade a Success The tirst annual recep'tion and promenade cf^Psi Chapt.'r of Theta I'hi farternity was held at the Citv Hall Thursday eve and was a s<K-ial success particular. A large number  "The Daily Reporter Marcn. "  .■\t the ban.i conoeit Thli^^dav severa! new selectio!.s were r. i.ilered among whu h was oue ent 11le.! Daiiv Rei>..rter March. whi. h whs wi.tteii l'V l'rofess.ir t,has. liei ¡.er !" this citv aiui de.ìicat.-<l t.Miic Diiilv iiein.rter f .r wiii.-h we teel L-reatlv h iiure.l It Is .ne ..f file tiest Select:..Ii li) the l.Hiid s re;.ertoire aii'i .Nlr Hei ii.-r has ceri iinh shown L'ren; aln ;t\- ii: iiis pr.iducti.aj Tiie new n.;ir. n will he pul.hsheil and place.! ..ri -'ile and bnìs fair to becoaie a greal fav .rite with ali music lovers.  hits, running bases until thev were all tired ont. otherwise, tbe s.-.ire might have been larger. Kehoe was in the box for Wellsville and made a g(^od rectird, striking ont 12 men and allow ing Friendship only 6 bits, while he was given the best support and onlv :! errors were creiiite<i to Wellsville, The .wiui l^pjj^^^pg of the rame were thr hard well unalifie.! to he a l eer in .me of the bitting I'f tbe Wt llsville t.oys ami tne grandest of profes,wions. The funeral , ^ome run of Hahn in the .'.th inning was held from th.. familv horn», .m Fri  .lav aftern.ion m. lilt.  III the villa;,'e -f Bel  une run Ihe snmmarv follows  We'lsvill.  m  Í 'i fe.  of young I'eople were tiresent and livery bam the carnages and horses; ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^  were all lemoved in plenty of time and ^^^^ly 1, when the fire nncer-  considerable stuff taken down on .the „^onionslv broke up the party. Excel-  elevator from the second floor, but the j ujvt^  J 1 1 V. \ o, I'^ot music was furnished bv Durnell ®  cntters and sleighs could not be saved . , ^  I orchestra.  VIKGIL U KIHKEY, M D Office Honrs  it to 1 Ü a. ni . 2 to 4 anti 7 to ^ Office, 26 North Mam .street Residence. 53 Maple Avenue  BOTE TiXlPHOMm  Death of Hiram Uhapin  Hirani( > Cha}.in .lied at his ii.une at Whites ('oriiers, I'a . on W.'dnesdav nioniing at .. cl..ck of heart .lisease aged t;o vears lb. hn.- live.l in tliat section nearlx ail hi,.^ liie He was a Veteran of th. war .¡f iP. .^jd has been iu poor beiilth rvri fin. e hi- returne'l from the army,  Mr. Chatun was a kiini aii.i l..viug father and hushan.i and ioved bv all his neighbors, an.l was always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in trouble. Deceased was a member of the M. E. church. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and two daughters, Clementine and Emma, also three sisters and three brothers besides a large circle of frienda  We'lsvill.         AB    R    IB    S H    PO    A    i:      ; Kleli 2b            !    11    2    I    11      Kehoe II        2    1    11    1        II      ChiU'ott 1 b    7    2        II    4    II    1)      Ryan c.    H    2    :Ì    0        2    1      , Hahn ss.    ti    4    ;i    0    1        0      Reesher Mb    7    2    1    0    1        2      Nies;if,    li    "    1        "        "      ■ Hagan cf.    tl    1    2    11    2    ( 1    11      I Be' with rf.    li    1    1    II        11          i T .t.l    .")4    17            27              j Fro-'. Iship                                  1    AB    R    IB    SH    IH)    A    i-;      1 M Wilcox c.    4    II    3    (1    in    :ì    o      1 Roiierteon 3b    4    II    0    1    11    n    2      Kroh ss.    4    o    0    o    1              Kellogg lb    4    II    1    0    m    u    Il      B Ri<-e 2b    4    1    i    0        (1    1      C Rice If,    4    0    u    0    1    II    II      F WMlcox p.    3    1    0    U    1    5    1      Waters cf.    4    1    1    u        ó    U      Shreet rf.    3    0    0    0    0    0    1      Total    33    3    6        27    14    10     lav At  ' 11 e W ■-a  A !  Sc.ir.' liy innings Wellsville ;i 1 0 o s 4 u 1 0-- 17 FrremlshiP •) 1 " o 0 u 2 o 0 'A  St.lien bases, Wellsville \ . Friend-shit)  Two tiase hits, Chilcott, Rvan, Hagan Home runs, Hahn  Double pla^s, Hahn to Kieb, to ( hilctt  Hit bv idtched ball. Hahn Base on balls, off Kehoe 4 Struck out hv Wilcox 7, bv Kehoe 12 Passed balls, Wilcox 1 Earne.l runs. Wellsville 7 Left on bases, Wellsville 15. Friend dgbteen ship ti  Umpire. Wheeler B Hakes Scorer. B C Tullar Time of game two hours,  1;ASK BALL NOTKS.  For the third time this sea.son Hor nellsville was .lefeate<i bv Addison in a Well plaved game at Hornellsville SatiU'las aftern.ion, the s.-ore being fi t.» lu in favor of Ad.iison Hornells-vil).- s eiglit en ors and the absence of <>r.iither h.-l'.e.l them to lose the game.  The Father Matthew team ..f Klmira I.lavs at Hornellsville to.lav. The El m ira bo\'s have 'a recnl of 11 games w.in out ..f 14 plaved. an.l will L'ive Hornellsville a hard run for the m-'Uey. I'edii Van ulavs at Hornellsville Tues-  Kiet. 2b Keboe b (.'hilcott. lb Rvan. c Hahn, -is Nies If Reesher, rf Ren wick, cf llagan, p  Total I 'nini  W Keller ss H Keller, cf Tuite, c ■Snvder 2b Herrick. If Stohr. rf Smith, lb Taylor, Hb Patterson, d  R:IB.SH I'O A E  1 0  1 1  4.") IS 10 1  0  1 1  0 2  1 2  :i 2  0 u  II 0  0 1  Ú 1  il  A p. 1  IB SH PO A E  1 1 1 2  2 0  1) 1  3."> 9 4  (I  1«  2-13  Total  Score bv innings ; Wellsville 5 2 4 d 0 U Cuba (I 0 0 2 0 2 :i 2- y  Stolen ba.nes. Wellsville.^. ( una ."> Double plays. Tavlor to Suvcler. to Smith  Bases on balls. Off Hagan \ ott Patterson 4  Hit by pitched balls. Stohr Strickout. by Haiian 12. t)y Patterson (i  Wild pitches, Hagan Left ou bases. Wellsville ^ Earned runs. Wellsville 2 Time of game, 2 honrs Umpire. Wheeler Hakes Scorer, B C. Tullar  Cul.ia  DR. ?imn  and  lav At  ' 11 e W ■-a  A !  re Satiirilav the team of I'^lmira •eHi i bv a^ scire ot ( rning Satur.lay  Father Mat-.lefeated the ; 1.1 .'i  th.. C.irning team -hut out th.- fast Wilkesbarre team t.v a score of 2 to u  Her Dyspepsia Cured at Last  Miss Eva Williams, Saranac Lake, N. Y., writes "No one knows what I have sutYered with heart barn and sour stomach, and although I tried nearly everything. 1 gt)t so I could jiot bear the sight or smell of food. 1 am happv to sav the verv first dose of Pepsikjla relieved me, it has put new life in my stomach, and I have not had the sour stomach once since taking it. "For sale by Smith & Teeple.  All diseases of Kidi tv Bladder, Urltiarv Oi  . Rheu:iiat,is:r. ' • acbe HeartDiseaiie Gi Dropsy, Femalu Trouble  Den t becon.e .-Iii. ; cure lor you. 11 n.. . ■  Hi; lia.-) s|7ciil u 1 o! ■. cases aJ yoursj. AliC.in-  -Dr. F.'miet-'s K i.bi.-v  ts 111." cau^c .;f ii:y I.. II BUlVere.l i:r..ai ly ..fK-.. ami re.hi.'i-il ill weliili li>."> (I. .iind-,  w. 11. .m.'ot.gin ' Drugtrlsts. .'VI.-,. .fl,_'  ST.VITUS'DANCEk ^  Smith & Teisple, Central Drug Stora  I ULltf  u.'  'If  N V  i  i i  ss   

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