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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 26, 1885, Wellsville, New York                                 Wál0nlU píiil^ McvúvUt.  Vol. 5. No. 276.  WELLSVtLLE, H. Y., SA.TURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1885.  Single Copy 2 Cents  C. E. n^EE.  New Line of  ^XjX  BoMonnmoN S6 0*ms prb moot-b. Ad^cr-tistnor Rates coade known mt the ofHoo.  n*l tt 'ft f t if t * t It y tt t f .ft ,tl f 1t  Just Received.  Bottom Prices!  C. H. FISHER'S S  THE BEST  RESTAURANT  IK TOWN IS  SAWYER'S ISTAMl  Opposite Post Office.  MEftLS (TA  MaylStf  Q  The Reporter.  (STiBr Ammtrooiir.)  WRLL8VILLE, N. Y.  Enos W. Barnes,  amroK.  TEB DEMOCRATIC TICKET.  HOME MftMUFACIUilES  W. - p.-c.  CRIP m&l!  Aod dou't be humbugged by soft talk.  MANUFACTURED ay  ED. WILLIAMS,  Sticoacl floor, opera House Block.  April 2i,'M.tf.  The DeraoeratB placed a strong ticket in nomination at Saratoga. To <leuy tliis would be useless. The voto whiciV SoV. Hill reeeiVtfii ivi{ieH olit the oft-asserted claim that he would be confronted at Saratoga by Administration opposition, whether secret or open. He came near to receiving the nomination unanimously upon the informal ballot. To hie aid is pledged the cordial support of Tamninny and Irving Halls and the County Democracy. Tha remainder of the ticket was well chosen to atrengthen the head.  This brings to Republican consideration the stubborn fact that in the brief canvass before us we have to meet not only a united Democracy, but a firm purpose to retain its hold of power and to strengthen it if possible. Closely on beyond Ites the election of another United States Senator from this state. Cunningly the oilices of New York at Presidential disposal have been nearly all left over, the better to combine expectant hopefulness and a determination to win. Ten hopeful wpirants for a given post-office work better than one in poasession uud nine tlisgruntled ones.  It will not do to deny that there is danger. When the tables in other years were reversed, Democrats recognized in dismay their disadvantage. It is our turn now to admit the danger and prepare to meet it like men. It does not follow that wo idiall not win, but it does become necessary that the feiids and follies of the past shall be laid permanently to their rest, and with hearts and hands united, prepore to keep step to the old time music of victory. The battle can be won, but it must be fought well. There is danger of defeat, but the danger line may be safely passed if Republican» all join hands and purpose to resent the Insult of promised good times Hud pure administration of public atrairs under Democratic rule.  Republicans, you can win! Will you win?  shirked no reHjKiUfiiblllty, while giving to his manifold duties antl to the interests of his constituents that earnestness of attention in every detail that marked him the confiplouous and honorable winner of the Senate, These are traits that are wanted at Albany, and there are few to be found in whom they are so happily combined as in Senator Vedder. He cannot be retired in the interests of his district. He will not be if prudence rules. Best of allf be is not likely to l>e. It is an hour of struggle to wrest from the Deraocratio grasp the fallen sceptre of Republicttu power, and the strong men of the grand old party are wanted at tho ^frftwt, ...Br-'iiaWl'  Wfiihtedr"""""  "There is nothing like Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil to quickly cure a cold or relieve hoarsenebs." Written by Mrs; M. J," Fellows, Burr Oak, St, Joseph county, Mich.  ANGELICA.  A Lively Budget From the Old County Seat.  THE BOSSCHANK HEARD FROM.  He Says Cleveland la Only Acting President and Must Reslen by Oct. 2.  A. VV. KAULE, M.  Pbysician and SmgeoD,  ALLENTOWN/N.,^. :__________  Offlco ana Uoilileaco over tho Post Ofllco-i'rofeasiouiil uaIU promptly! auswered day ^or "'Kht. aept.l-nxvi.  E, IV ELLSWORTH, iIEWELERp  With C. K. Thomas, Druggist  M. 8i TITUS, M. D:  PHYSieiAN AND SURGEON  AliUiKTOWN, N. Y. ')pnoE & BK9IDBN0E. NO. 89 snBrKeu» Axssxm  Pfofeaslonal OAUa pMtapUy  SENATOR VEDDER.  The Republican Senatorial convention for the thirty-second dis'-rict, comprising the counties of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua, is to be held at Jamestown on Friday next, Oct. 2d. It is likely that the Hon. Cemsaodoi »-P, Vedder of Cattaraugus, the present able Senator from that district, will be nominated. In the interestH of true Republican prosperity and harmony we trust he may be. Any demand which may be fouml to exist for his retirement iu the midst of a representative strength and usefulness unsurpassed by any member of that dignified body, may wisely be denied in this hour. With all deference to the many gifted geiitleinen of the Republican faith in those counties, we insist that it would be a mistake not to return Mr. Vedder to the Senate. He is wanted right there. There are few men of his blended and splendid courage and capacity to be found in the whole state to till that pbsitioh. It was the writer's privilege to be much in Albany during the lust session of the Legislature, and it was a pleasure to note the hifluence which the a2d district held upou tho lloor of tho Senate. Its representative was not only the recognized leader upou the Republican Bide in that body, but he held in high meftsuro the r^pect and esteem of his every asBocIate. He  Our railroad is still without trains, and no immediate prospect of having any. The officials are all in New York.  Mrs. I. R, Vosburgh, of Lyons, N.Y,, who has been visiting her brother Hon. D. P. Richardson for the past two weeks, left for her home Thursday.  Mr. Geo. Lockhart, of the llrm of Brown & iK>ckhart, left for New \ork Wednesday evening on a business trip. These enterprising you|»g men have made an enviable reputation for the quality of their paper, large (luautlties of it being used in the U. H. TrepMiry, The brick work in S. G. Horner's new building is completed. The building will present a line apviearance.  E. J. Norton, of the Central Market, is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism.  H. 8. Hastings of the L & P. ofTlce is recovering from an attack of fever.  Mr. Harry Gobies, of Dundee, N. Y., is the guest of Mr. J. E. Robinson.  Mr. A. B. Bradley, our next SherlfT, was in town Tliursday, shaking hands with " the boys."  Mrs. James Lookhart left on Monday fer Miohigan. Miss Mary Lockhurt, of Almonil, is visiting her brother Jamos Lockhart.  J. M. Paul of Hume, was iu towii Thursday.  Mrs.Dr. VanDusen is vi.siting friends fn Horuellsville,  John Dugan, late a conductor on the L. & P., left Thursday to take a po^i tion as extra conductor on the B., E. &  G. ■ ................  James U. Lynde has removed his family to Wellsville,  School matters iu Angelica are now in a most prosperous condition. Tlie Wilson Academy, named after its generous founder, tho late Col. James Wilson, was formally opened to the public last Moudtvy. About aO students were in attendance, and the prospects for next term are flattering. Roocns in the Court House will be occupied until a suitable building can be erected. Ground Wi^^^ broken Monday for the extensive addition to the Angelica Graded School. Under the able management of Prof. Slooum at the Academy,and of Prof, Redmau Gradt'd tiie educational advantages of Angelica are second to no town in this section. Angelica, Sept. '2.1 i. X. L.  WASHiNii-roii, 25.-A rather  curlouH k>tter has b«*pn received by the President. It called upon him to resign by October 2, Tho writer signB himself "Henry M. Kerp, . Presidentelect of the United States Phil., Dr. M. D., Profeftsor of Military and Civil Jurisprudence. National and Military Home, Virginia." He addresses the President as "GroVer Cleveland, acting ^President," and says: *'Your f I met ion 8 lao. j pn . reAiair c tl. All acts made by you after October U will be null ond void." He attaches to the letters orders numbering from 2, BOS to 3,o70 to each of the cabinet ofncer», addressing each as "Acting Secretary," To Secretary Bayard ho tenders his thanks for the faithful performance of his duty, but cautions him not to pay too much attention to the "scrbbling newspaper critics," and requests that the secretary will have no direct diplomatic intercourse with any British subject, nor their Spanish or Russian allies. He calls upon General Black to resign September 10, and closes with: at man droit.'"  The tenacity with which people abide by their early faith in Ayer's Sarsaparilla is explained by the fact that it is the best blood medicine ever used, and it is not equalled in excol lence by any new candidate for public favor.  The Biggest Cheese on Record.  DON'T,  Don't allow prejudice to stand in the way of your judgment. If you need invigorating,if your system needs bracing up, if your are constipated your Liver bluggisii, your head aches; if you are subject to sick or nervous headaches, if you lack energy in the moruing, and want ambitiou at noon, go to work and stir your Liver and Digestion with ZO-PE-SA. Regulate your Bowels and general system with this sure, speedy and pleasant antidote to all troubles arising from the Liver and Stomach, f^ry a anyway  of E. B, Hall.  Buffalo Commercial, Sept. 2;!.  Nearly two hundred people availed themselves of Georg W. Hayward'e invitation to go to East Aurora yesterday afternoon and witness the making of a :5,3(X)-pound cheese at the factory of Richardson, Beebe & Co. The party went on a fipeclal train.  The cheese factory is one of the Cloveriield combination, comprising twputy-iive factories in Erie county. Mr. Hay ward explained to his guest that the milk for the factories is furnished by 12,500 cows. The Marsh-lleld combination, owned by L. A. Johnson and managed by W. ' Beebe, is composed of twenty factori all located in Erie county, and usln the milk of 10,000 cows. The sales of these combinations are made weekly iu tho warehouse of Beebe, Richard-sou Af Co., at East Aurora, and average from 1,800 to 2,000 boxes per week through the entire season. As to the great clieese which the visitors had come to see, Mr. Hayward said its manufacture required 32,000 ¡»ouods of milk which woidd made the cheese weight 3,800 pounds, the largest on record. This cheese will-be called the City of Buffalo, and its mate which will be made on Thursday, will be called tlie Village of East Aurora Both will be delivered to Mr, Hay ward about the flrst of Noveiuber, the City of Bulfalo to be cut up and sold for Thanksgiving, and the other for Christmas.  The Hon. Seth Fenner was Intro duced and delivered a pleasing addres.H telling a great deal about cheese. The viBit^>r« then partook of supper Mayor Scoville, who was among the party, was made chairman of the party and formally thanked Mr, Hay ward for his generous hospitality. Mr Hayward placed ten five dOlUvr gold pieces iu the big cheese, and when the Village of East Aurora is^ made the same number will form part of the cheese.  Drain  The Terrible Which scrofula has upon the system must be arrested, and the blood must be purified, or serious consequences will ensue. For purifying and vitaiz iug fft'ecls, Hood's {Sarsaparilla has been found superior to any other pre paration. It expels every trace ofim-purityfrom the blood, and bestows new life and vigor upon every, function of the body, euabliog it to entirely overcome disease.  andoverV  More Item» From Thut Fruitful Source.  Kditoh RKPORTKEi-ThiokiaR p«r-hap« you might posnibly have &eolBi»B In your Dally, that we might get for a little oritlclsm.whloh you p«rhap« nwiy see nt to call this article, we herewith give you our opinion auto the reoent oommunlcation» printed In your paper. W© wiah to oall atteoticm to tH« one headed "A Wandering Draianmr,'* written from Liverpool, and only wish to criticise tho pereonal, or what seemed to U8, too personal refjereno^, g»t«r, „ UPAiortaki^i ' of fchii» pioce, as every on» knows we have but one, of course any allusion to hlin might aa well be written in full, and we here say, we think any person or set of persons might Ond better use of their time than in writing anything that would cause such a one to feel himself defamed through ridicule.  The second note was from your oor-reepondent who seemed to want to impress the readers of your paper that Andover had more poor sidewalks than any other town in the county. Now while we admit we have more than we should have, we protest against the assertion that we are the banner town in the county for poor sidewalks,and as far as wo can see, oar eommissioner, H. D. Smith, received a compliment rather than a reprimand, as soma seem to think, but no doubt your correspondent intended to give him a hit, but any person of ordinary-Intelligence should know that a road commissioner in any incorporated vil-loge has no right to build walks unless so petitioned by a certain nttmber of Inhabitants In the immediate vicinity where they should be needed and Andover claims to show ten squares, laid . out as perfect and surrounded by as good sidewalks as any town in the county. And she feels proud of her one Iron bridge, and is looking forward with pride to the completion of the other at the west end of Main street. And again, we claim a commissioner whcr^ill leave his own busiQess any day to answer the call of any perijou or company of persons who claim to need any necessary road repairs, ia any portion of our town. Ae to the P. O. letters, some of them have been hugely eujoyed, while some parts might better have remained unwritten We take this liberty In writing you this criticism, aa being an occasional correspont^lent to your lively paper we have been credited with writing Bome of the same articles above mentioned, which you know do not belong to our side; and further, lot me say, you are at liberty to show this manuscript, or any other, to any curious person or person.s, which we have ever sent you, (but before doing bo please correct the grammatical errors and tlx over the misspelled words., for tlwy mast be au-meroue).  We are informed that one of your correspondents at this place has under way a memorial list which will be sent to your ofllce for publication the first week iu October. The list will contain the names of deceased citizens of Andover since 1804, giving date of death and arranged in their proper order, at a great expense of time and which, we think,wiil be appreciated by ail lii this community, as over fifty copies of the Wkkklv Rkportku have already been ordered, and we have no doubt you will have orders for one hundred extra copies. Geo. A, Green has kindly consented to put them on his news counter where all can pri>cure a copy.  Yours, for fair play, , b.  Andover, Sept. 25, 1885.  P. S.~HaIl & Church have opened the i)roduce market, and with William the 1st to do the buying, and William the Sad to do the selling, they will put more money In the pocket of the farmers than they have seen this summer, and we merchants propose to coax it away from them as fast as possible.  B.  —Confectionery M apes'.  at Lynde, King 4r   

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