Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - August 21, 1896, Wellsville, New York w. M. * s * f. n mm Bat t M wm atte opens oa bow the H of the of a in te big is la lo lo tmm the Ws Wid at for oQ s It hj Simp tot m IMS Mr. John McEwen is e A. to 1 hm tha apple crop M fawa m eo m tw as mU m ibs Ihe of a aos m IB of tho Bow as the and Oil m Imiter streets tor a sc pris ca lise of ibe boi It Wm at of a car on tba bali of tbo deaths bj U lo 6h) fym of 8iii tmm been in la iaw sneh accommoda br ail of 20J,000 and at tbo Stato I mm: Slot Ibo 1 Ibas H Hong and who la now the gomS of the bo in an ronto to of wmk ca ds New on and on Fri day low ttem is loanda of thai a young lady had m aboul a year apt tiM It lU la Wi i ib tbe boad hf and Be H getting Tbo Tha brd a M bla and removed a Ml of m. the best mtmm W a hotel In bla in moli nf bla that hotel bi bow doing la lis sod g. W. aso the bora on W. bos beon to bis friends with a that betokened ' at 0eto. IV m Ar d fn cT Tbe will 1 at Brown boKie a to of N. 1 her FiwS oi ford a h. J V. of wm In Wood ot mm Sa ' and A. IB are ot Miss Paulino visit Ing at bar Mrs. I Vf ber borne after a week's tbo guest of A. J. and and vt Ha are Mr. and C. B. Syf Broad ife Bi td F. J. of Bolivar registered at Hotel Cr and Miss of in Salar the guesta of Mait Adolph and Hauser are friends in Olean acd Major of at the Hotel Fasseti a week or tho Graves and Miss Alleo oI were in Ellen and Miss Herberta of New York a ts the of B. C. and Mrs. Blackman and MLss Sarah Blackman attended tho IwU at ehe Homo in Bath Friday end of N. c at the homo of their Dr. C. L. S. Eastman and of of Mrs. Lu and Mrs. K. B. J. M. Mrs. A. S. Mr. end Mrs. Fred are among the now at Marcia oli is visiting friends In Clara Oilier Is visiting friends in and were railroad tickets soid from to Wayland Wednesday and The on account of the Fire and Mrs. A. F. lefs for bnt will return tho latter pari of tho wook to make and Palmer havs y Mrs. Palmer hi s wifi her sis Mrs. B. W. Edgerly who is now at tho lum in Hor ne for Moron aad M s. E. of Titus returned to their homo after a week's visit at has from two weeks at Now York City and tho He business with pleasure and bis fail and winter goods while at tbo Mr. H. Fisher of was in town Mrs. W. C. l of Wellsville is a guest at W. J. Miss Anna Sweeney of was guest of the RIGHT THE SILVER CLUB OLD STOCKHOLDER'S at tbo of the this Fair la -ing to get a new lease of life this and requests of the of their cordial may be given in many Tho first and most important is direct The and races will well worth tho 3 of a season ticket and it Is that you will buy obo of thero at The old tickets have and wUl not be d at the Holders of old coupons i -e Invited to turn in with other citizens and help along a by a bit of direct FAR THE BEST on Stoat 03 li -t on lot completed and shot a few days is how doing over ten els is by tbo best strike in the section where it was and will settle a four and probably a five barrel - Ibe of Ite A lien town r to tract tif land on lbs and other Jis which they will drill attempt was mado Friday night to tho of Mj D. C. Judd on The said to have tbo boose during the tried to effect an entrant through a window which thoy 15, of F. C. has and and oil of is very as to the The Silver possibly be true bat it be borne in mind that Mr. White this tor miles to get this including and West Union and Now probably people arts willing to admit that there are men m this which 1 not to ext oao in ten of the whole number of 8.ircatlc and says that the 17-year-old boy repeated something his This be and anyone hearing one of White's political speeches will bo his of a Certainly a man that to instruct on their political duties and the that may have been a very little silver coined in the United States since 1873," is in need of to help since our f lend has teen honored by being elected a member of the County Committee he is in feeling that it was an Insult for correspondent to that no prominent Democrat attended the organisation of the free silver for he well knew that he was there and made an able so there was one prominent Democrat to the statement that there was men who we j Republicans five or six years ago which now belonged to club it very likely is true as they are now Populism and very ardent for free silver or free else that is in opposition to tho bus in snito of all tho Republican vote will be as large as the craze making no headway whatever among tho of this OF MCKINLEY la visit of William J. Bryan to York altogether has proved most to thoso who bio He came prepared t-o find tho of a rapidly ing All these high been to the and now the whole plan of battle 1 Bryan dismal failure of the and meeting at was the talk ot the town No could remember a where a man of ever camo here with a similar reputation for the of great gifts fell so far short of meeting the of his and The complete collapse of the from which go much had hoped by the silver was in several There was a feeling of relief in tho city tho meeting hid to tho Tho cf men in the of principles was and was a favorable turn in the stock TO A CROWD ROM A HOSE DRILL CORPS AND EUTERPE GLEE CLUB OF AN DOCTOR ' AT Tuno of 50 Ar Mrs. A. E. from 16 Kist Twenty-third New fur fur a few of people last The If such she may be called began by giving a irto ' 1 the M. E. church on and to ladles After the she was advertised to bo at the Hotel for an time where RS ot of the as felt could and leave their ton or as might demand and tell their troubles to had tailers and worked ht d to treat her In a singlo day her practic netted nr tt day she was rested aad had to hand over a part of the e to the IT AFFECTS Frano Pollard of Belmont Is Ing in Day exorcises were held a the M. K. Church last Crandall of Ohio is visiting friends and Blair N. J. last Wednesday attend a of the M. K. Church wM hold asocial at the Opera House oat crop lean one lu this potatoes begin to show the effect of McKee was knocked down by the here day but not very much family expect to learo In a few for their now homo at Professor will teach for the coming and two children of visited In towa k SI K. Millspaugh a id made a trip to last F. C. Whit tho in a school in O miles from ihe Wo wisn bin suo ess in his now field of Anna Leach has to teach in i strict No. 2 lor the coming x Aug. 17. 8pecli L York ia nuthing in tho free-silver it is all a mere it will burnt and go to pieces long h has pricked and now we only to wait a little to gee it for good and is The nation's honor is h XV o from no 5i csont s. will tw no BURN AT Standard bai uf Barrels of Oil go up In Aug. lightning oil tank on three miles south of owned by the Standard It was situated in a group of and tho Ore communicated to three The Standard people hired 5k J to throw up embankments and then took their on and betan shooting tho tanks to let the oil The burning oil obscured the sun and at FAMILY the 28th day of tho Richmond family will bold a basket picnic and family reunion at Grove In The Whitesville bund engaged to furnish and there will be a with tho history of tho sod id Sliver Is a Financial following letter received by a prom inent Wellsville man this mo. explains to the Trco silver propoganda and the r stringency in the money market it for the present to d' count the most gilt edged wc r tt fore d to adopt other methods to raise money to oar needs In order to do this we have decided to you a discount of 8fr on whatever money you can send ns inside of one w jk from tho dat j of this Wo would like to call your attention that this i not per but quarterly or at the rate of 32'^ EVENING 1*1 id n B O tho Piatte and Pri th. n h which ail the Oli r o rmd put tho r un i - V. a 5J!--:uf cf Jo S h U reading from that a third wt nis y in son -o Garden moro on of those who hmi tu Ih early WhuE it did was of the kmd is from genuine Boy HIS To instead the Boy Orator ly h's up two of hi face has tuhi just how full the Garde when this He had speaking exactly Ilvo when the shuHi ng of feet Tho top gal jery were to Tiie could be but could not be The noise they made disturbed the but he thought it a crowd in and not a crowd going thought with him two Then the upper got to the gaUrry ard came down the aisles iu plain tbo people in the P they thought it was a time to go and fell in line by twos and At the end of twelve minut tho had had such an that two sections m the main were ly and there were vacant B i 1 s t much c was the i m whispered to St. St. John his head in a helpless sort oX There h id applause iu but It didn't any of tu b of exhibition on closes 3 next to tho 1 -I il- now hul by % i; CM iv and Fn 01. i tenets euch aro now on ii Fair H. f E. A. and riso Oak Wayno Scott and nance will balancing neta attend the lbs li's will a fancy tho ite will and tha AndoVer bo hero to play at Is get and ps. here i s tho B. S. road has offered s and a big crowd Is expected from Pot ser ' Gr. Am jst 13 of suns John son of miah and 17 4 Th vbr in U elu oats Wednesday morning and went lu she bouse 4iud by eue o'clock Thi uday eui of tuia Ho was as a very sg H 1' eiBl Wf largely n J The floral abunda jt and a very of mou mers followed 10 Its last resting 00. THOUSAND the il Uj M Sunday were In the Cong e H Mr. pi uf the M. ch in preached au abse and er -t on In iny of n and ow it is Is free choir rendered was the duet and -ly ig Dr. cou Ing the open BY THE Brady of All by a Sr to I Aug. 14:James Brady of this formerly of the firm of Coyle Brr now employed by was overcome by the heat while .ng on tho road I and Scio yesterday af Ho Is still I from the effect of the sr and bis improvement is quite Ai 0s of Binghamton refused to 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 An was refused for the same Another Italian to become a citizen some day he might want to keep a saloon and if he did be would need a Ho got no of Mr. 1 ot t td Misa Anna wera at tbo chr marriage wUl take mb at a o'clock at funeral wUl bo today at 3 o'clock from the Infa ifc daugh er of and A. died of infantum Sunday is of -a new paper Issued from Week press It Is a issued by the of - devoted to church n matters of and selected Tho is cents per year and It ia that Our business people have been In their patronage with advertising which Insi es Us monthly ap for a Good lock to Satn Aug. 15tb, at tho Cong gattonai Mr. George U. Tyler Blanche Kenyon were united In by Rev. K. A. D. Homells was out at baso ball B to 0 by the Homells on gives tho Ibo T tub r I in of tne it and most important lumber deals hari made ia .i recently just cl sel in Clearfield cor i and W. A. of Cier from Mr. Surveyor Girard y. ' acres of the bein tract is underlaid with coal arid besides thi of large and other there f-e hundreds cords On there v-i i- feet of feet uf ivar of white jJ ui red besides more than 71,'X railroad The work of cuti the wUi be at one This wUi iim erection Ot a oi is. ge saw After tUi lumber ' d to c tho Jt uata Susquehanna ERECT 0->r 1 A. W. wheelman % 11 s. n nave sion to thank the L. A. W. or New York division of that is about throughout which will the distil and their ni u These gr de i ists ii to be placed at mounted on foot locust and r a3 to be of benefit to wheelmen tiie traveling Ihe tolr ' ' throughout New York state will several The expense of ting up the signs is met L che luad ironi a meet held at Beach lust The are to be of metal and a da k bine background on which be 1. ga rs of ago tho xty ago tho little o Cattaraugus had a land boom which woi d put to the Husb Of was Allegany was to become one of the big cities of tho ciu it ry. Land bought for a few later when the bubble was ot sold Olean tn wasi struggling little li did not in any way With -A of tho Erie railway a few years later frost bit Allega ly's and made a city of Short sun is rising aad setting each day in d tho In July wo iost minutes of daylight in the and minut a iu tho or a tola 14 I Ar Ol te O ie ani S X minu 32 la tho morning aad m the i hii Is o in of oi light and warmth and tho approach of of darkness and 11er The dancing party ut tho was atl by JUt ly s. Miss and ihu Lmy Wilcox now a teacher in Art anu at Cook New acc ed by Smith of E iU Wisco spent tao psst few days Uero visiti ug their old Mr. and A. is home on a visit to her old home in Alma for the first time going to Kaa Clair m yea s Ella Shields and with cousin Anna Shields of spoa Su A. A. Elliott and Mrs. Elmer Johnson d oro to -ning to Alnia and over with John and James Shii rotu ning home lo. 1 of corn 1. just been received Ithe then pancakes and of B. is spending a few weeks visiting at her D. McCr and Jeise Perry ara both eick ef typhoid both contracting lbs disease while in attendan i upon tho ' death has b cn Johnson whoso long was a few days ago is at this time no oat harvest is now under head shipping of black borries from thia station is through for a while at f lor tho It was well while it did ii t. ' Aug. 17. BICYCLE bur A life's spin Is no old that tho day of sixteen to ouo H and coming fast thought you were sucb a confident goid talking I meant sixteen bicycle to one you bow the skirts thai ladies wear on tho br. at like tho men's DREW THE From the say opera she has appeared In no. I don't think you could her to worr ' of the board aTf baa written a In be states since ha mot with tho assessors In tho courts have old and when ba deeds ' bought with pension money over to a woman's If an old soldier the at once becomes Jf bo - said tho Cheerful deeds over to nis wife or any ona elis woro a distinct aid In Ing a good and a h.