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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 16, 1885, Wellsville, New York IPelletiiUe Pdilt) Hejmrter. Vol. 5. No. 268. WELLSVtLLE, N, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1885. Single Copy 2 Cents C. H. FISHER. New Line of The Reporter. (■▼Bs-r Am»H00ii.i WELLSVILLE, N. Y. « • • • • • DRESS CQODS Just Received. Bottom Prices! CJ. FISHER'S STORE. Enos W. Barnes, «niTOw, 8üBa<B0Bmos 25 Cwm» pto Mobtb. Adver-kisiiur Rutes msde known at tbe ofBoe. REPUeLICmi KOMIIIAIIOliS OUR ÜOUNTY NOMINSm. COUNTY. THE BEST RESTAURANT IN TOWN IS SAWM'S MTAOME Opposite Post Office. LLHOURS For HherllT, ALFRED B. BKADLEY, ot Friendship. For County Clerk, WILLIAM K. SMITH, Of WcllavlUc. For .Suptirlntcnaent of tlie I-oor, WILLIAM WEAVER, Of Oranger. For Coroner, ADELBERT T, BACON, Of nnrns. - . For Justice of sciwloni?, JAMES L. CRlTTENDtiN. of InileiM'nacnco. ASSEt^^BLY. For Member of Aawrnbly, WILLIAM R. McEWEN, ot WellsvUIe- Thk Allegruuy county Republicans have iioiuiuiited a strong ticket for the county oiUces. The candidates are able men, worthy of the enthusiastic support of the party, and will be elected.—i/ome^feciiZe Timea. Thb Allegany county repubUoau conveution yesterday did Itself credit In the renomination of the Hon. William R. McEwen for member of as-eembly. His previous service was of the best character, and faithful service is always deservinj? of recognition and reward. —Elmira Advertiser. May 13 tf HÖMEMIlPFftClüRES W. - P. - c. COI.ONKL George Ward Nichols, president of the College of Music, o Cincinnati, died yesterday at his residence in that city. Col. Nichols served upon (l.en. W. T. Sherman's staff during the war, and will be remembered as the author of that famous war-song Sherman's March to »^he Soa." li GRIP ns! And don't be humbugged by soft talk. manufactured by EU. WIIiLLy^ 8«cond Floor, Opera House Block. April £f.'84. tf, - A. W. KAHLE, M. D., Physician and SuigeoD ALLENTOWN,lN..y. O fflco and Uesidonco over the Post Office- ^ Profosdioii a oalia promptly I answered day or alirhwV - ' ^^^ K 1\ ELLSWOKTII, JEWELER, With C/K. Thomas, Druggist WELLS VILLE, N. Y. M. 8. TITUS, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOh JXLENTOWN, H. ir. OPPICE & UESIDEHCS. HO. S9 BHEWIEU) AYBSBB _ Professional oalla womptiy att^ig» w. This summer Senator Vance haa killed ft very large bear. Senator Ran nom has killed a very lafge snake Secretary Whitney ha^ killed a very large business industry, and President Cleveland haa caught a very large trout. And yet some persons pretend that the country under a Democratic Administration is not booming.—[iVor ristoton Herald. In the nomination of the Hon. Wm R. McEwen of Wellsvllle, for member of assembly, at their convention Friendship Monday, the republicans of Allegany county did a very grateful and becoming thing. Mr. McEwen'e record in the assembly lost winter was clean and creditable, and he deserves to be returned. He is an able and honest man, and his experience last year will enable him to serve his constituents and the commonwealth to better advantage in the coming session of the legitlature than in the last. Mr. McEwen should receive the enthusiastic support of every citizen of old Allegany who wonts to see the busihesss of tbe government of the State of New York condn^.tt'd on business princi-\yWii.-'llor}it\llhoill*'. llmtii. Buffalo, Sept, 11.—Rev. James G. Townsend, for the past eighteen months pastor at the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church, has decided to resign hie charge on account of his rejection of the idea of eternisl punishment "and other parasites of religion" as he expreases it. Dr. Townsend intends going to Jamestowa to found an independent Congregational church. The Ropublioan county convention did Its ^«•o^k wisely and well. Not in ten years has the fruit of convention work aa a who;le atood out no boldly and unmintakably to popular acceptance as that of Monday. Elements of danger which moro or leRs «erionBly threatened the outcome in a given direction were put to flight by an uulooked for Incident. Not that the oandidater befoTB the convention for Shejfiff were not flitted for the position, nor in'any sense weak, but there waff a broad belief among the delegates that ihtv seeds of antAgonlsm which had been sown In the preliminaries might not be easily rooted out lu the after canvass. This was unfortunate to the worthy contestants for that nomination, and it was this and this only that nominated a gentleman who had not so much aa dreamed of being a candidate. Alfred B. Bradley, our nominee for Sheriff, is a well known citizen and business man of Friendship, always a Republican, a trained and competent buHinesB man, and as far above reproach in the matter of rigid integrity ««d i>»reoBStI hoisesty^ as rh& hè'areù« are above the earth. Coupled with these well recognized traits are those of correct personal habits and fine intellectual endowment. It may well be said of him that the oflHof* sought the man. And It may as hafely bo said that the nomination so gracefully and heartily tendered him will be ratified a"t the polls by a rousing Republican majority. The nomination for Blember ot Assembly wm accorded to Mr. McEwen with an unanimity, emphasis and applause that bespoke the well-earned plaudit of "well done, good and faithful servant" louder and clearer than pen can describe. Hé has been tried In a crucible beset with trying complications and dangers, and oarae forth more than ever before the recognized reflection of courage, capacity and unstained honor in offlcial life. There is not a blot upon his legislative record, nor even doubt. Receiving a recognition last winter upon thé Assembly committees such as vvas never before tendered to a new member froiû this county, he has demonstrated that the conQdences reposed were in no sense misplaced. More than this Mr. McEwen stands before the people the friend of the laboring man, the suçcessful.bualuéJ«» man, the capable legislator and an honest man. His election will be marked by a majority which will be worthy of the candidate. William E. Smith, our candidate for Co.unty Clerk, stands before the public a tried servant, faithful to his official trust, and popular with every one who has had business to transact at the Clerk's Office. The nomination fell to him as naturally as a well ripened apple falls to the ground. It is a position requiring precision, capacity and the closest personal supervision. It is not one which may be safely "farmed out" to adventurers or irresponsible employees. The trained eye and hand of the master are both required snfely to guide the affairs and guaviV ths ?«ôords of th« Glerk'tt offièe. Mr. Smith was trained to the work and had proved his capacity for conducting it safely for years before lie was i)lac"ed in its keeping. He will not be set aside now just because somebody wants his place. It is a matter of plain business that the whole people are interested in far beyond the line which divides parties. Faithful In the past he will be faithful in the future. He ran handsomelv ahead of his ticket three years' ago, receiving some sixteen or seventeen hundred plurality when the county, in that political cyclone, was carried by Cleveland and HilL These are suggestive facts, and they ai-e facts which will b^ weighed by a discriminating public. ^ If there was anything wanting to, strengthen the tiriket, the same was wisely ptipplled In the nomination of Mr, Willi!<fe Weaver, for Superintendent of the Poor, Mr. Weaver has held the responsible position of keeper of the house for the past six years, has proven himself efflolent. and is honest as the day Is lopg. He Is just the kind of a man the people want to look after and guard their intereft« In thifl difection, as will be properly illustrated at the polls In November. Mr. Adelbert T. Bacon of Burns, la oar caTidtdate ferr Oomner. Mr. Baeo» Is an able physlelau, a genial gentleman, capable and competent for this position. He was complimented by having been nominated by accloma-tion and will also be th« recipient of another compliment at the proper time by the voting Republicans of Allegany. For Justice of SeSBlons, Mr., Jamen ; Crittenden of Independence. Mr. Crittenden was nominated by acclamation and will be elected by a rousing majority. Ho vill honor both the position to which he will be elected and those whom ho will serve. The above is the ticket Allegany county Republicans have entered the political arena for the coming contest, it is the tleket that ^111 be elected. The nominations are good, everyone of them. Let every true Republi^jan In this county give them the hearty support to which they are entitled, and the Republican majorities in Grand Old Allegany, this ^ fall will be greater than ever. ALFRED CENTRI. —"Blood food" is the suggestive name often given to Ayer's Sarsaparil la, because of its blood-enriching (lualities. The advance guard of the eonfereoc« army have beKun to arrive. On Ta«i-day evening, Sept 23, three hundred are ex pec tod to arrive, and iBity t-eftiJas > aré called for to convey them to tli® Centre. The church has undergone repairs and 1» looking neat. A village which supportA a university that has an attendance of some less than four hundred, a citizen popola-tlon of a. Ettle less, than, a tho»wwi|fla . and In times of anniversaries» «treat meetihgs and fairs, visitors enough to swell the number to several thousand, oue-ht to haVe an Incorporotlon charter at once, for the sake of law, order. Improvements and a prompter to somo tangible evidence of protection In the case of Are. Two bands, two military companies, two pipe organs (on® in perspective), three pa^rs issued from one publishing house, a bank, an orchestra, a gun club, an immensd skating rink (which was) are pretty good evidences of progress for a town just out of tbe woods. We are Informed by a friend that the statement recently made in THE Rkportkr regaining the work done by the reaper on the farm of Patrick Baker was greatly exaggerated. Instead of one team, two. were used, and the weight of the teams wtwi much heavier than represented. One week after tbe work was done, most of the grain was lying unLound on the ground. AlFBKD. Sept. 14, 1885. For President Cleveland. THE CHEESE MARKET. ....... The Market Firm arta Slightly Bett«r at Utica Sales at Uttio Falls. The glass cutting establishment at Corning haa received an order for an elaborate set of glassware for the President's table. The following description of the articles is printed in the New York Eun ol a. recent issue: "The ilfty dozen pieces ordered include for the most part what is called stem-ware, i. e., goblets, tumblers, decanters, liqueurs, etc. The light glasses are for the most part gold, ruby, or amber ware, which is strikingly beautiful. The order also in eludes Roman punch glasses, finger bowls, individual butters, Ice cream plates, ice cream trays, caraffes, pitchers and flagons. Many of the large pieces are dazzling in their perfect beuuty. Some of the workmanship hus been so carefully executed that it might be called art work. No pains have been spared to make each piece as perfect as possible. The slightest Haw that only a trained eye can see dooms the most valuable pieces, so that its only use thereafter Is as broken glass to be remelted. Of the 100 workmen in the shop only twenty of the Ijest ones are employed on this order. The goods will be ship ped to VVasiiineton on October Ist, to bo ready for the White House when the winter seai^on opens. Utica, Sept. 14.—The following sales of cheese wore made here to-day: 1,000 boxes at 7c, 700 boxes at 71«, 4,1^ boxes at 7io, 975 boxes at 7|, 3,800 boxe-j at 7ic, 525 boxes at 7|o, 8(K) boxes at Tfc, 100 boxes at Bio, 1,170 cun^iguecl. The market is Arm and slightly better for best cheese. little falls MARKET. Littlk Falls, Sept. 14.—F^nr thousand three hundred boxes at 7|c, 740 boxes at «w, 1,184 boxes were oon-«¡gued, 9S0 boxes 61 iar^ni dafty sold at and seventy packages of butter at 17h20c for dairy and 3la2So for creamery. There is some holding back of cheese. A Queert Temporanee Society. The iV. Y. ¿iuii gives an account of the excursion of ' 'The Business Men's Mod^riitiou Society,'^ to ec^ thc yusht race Monday. It says:— The principles of the Moderation Society briefly stated are ^'Drink what you like if it is good for you; but don't drink too much or at tbe wrong time." There are three by-laws, as foliowh: 1. It is frequently good for yon. 2. It is hard to get too much, o. It is time now. DR. A. LANGWORTHY Will make his regular monthly visit to Wellsvllle, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 10 and 17. He stops at the Commercial House. Then and Now. Tired, Languid, Dull, Exactly expresses the condition of thousands of people at this season. The depreeaive elTecto of warm weather, and the weak condition of the body can only be corrected by the use of a reliable tonic ami blood purilier like Hood's Sareaparilla. Why sutler longer when a remedy is so eloBe at hand ? Take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. It will give you untold wealth in health, strength and energy. When ex-tìov. St. John spoke at the temperance camp-ueeting in this town one year ago, says the Lyons He-publican, he was drawn to and from the camp-grounds in a large open carriage by six white horses, while hundreds of people went oat. to see and iiear him. He addressed an audience of hundreds, who hung upon his every word with lively Interest. The Bttiiie gentleman was here last week. He went to and from thacamp* grounds sandwiched between Wo of our Lyou citizens, in a one-seated carriage drawn by a bay mare. Very few of our people ever knew of his presence iu the village, and scarcely anyone went out of his way to see him. At the camp-ground he addressed an audience of about one hundred people. —Any quantity of old newspapers for sale cheap at .this offlee. - Toronto, Sept. 15.—A deputation consisting of the mayor ot Montreal and live aldermen, arrived to day to attend the Ontario exhibition. They were stopped' at the frontier of the provini^e hy health authorities and two French aldermeu who had never been vaccinated were compelled lo undergo the operations mueli to their disgust. Dr. A. W. Brown, Mystic, Conn., says: "1 have a case of dropsy rehult-Ing from heart disease which Hunt's Remedy relieved at onee/'
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