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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 3, 1885, Wellsville, New York e. No. 2. WELLSVILLB, N. NOVEMBER 3, 1886. 2 H. Line of Prices ON Queer Collection Made by a Cattaraugus N. W. FOR known at tbo H. FISHER'S voting to-day lacks much of the interest to the wintry The voting was not up to the mark of either year or the year before at four this afternoon when we went to The probabilities are that there will be a lighter vote in the than last and perhaps a deal Should that prove to be true of and other of Republican Western it will threaten prospects for sits up to the mark of low twelve and listens attentively to the tick of the will know whether to or cry himself to And a will do TOWN Post has formal proclamation appointing Nov 2Gth, for the annual No will be required to enforce this order from the chief It is la always widely and gladly soon as Gov. Hill gets the resul of the election fairly we pre 8ume ke will the and then we Thanksgiving for AND the Hero of AppOmattox Might Have Gone Down With - don't be humbugged by soft MANUFACTURED Opera House Aprii 2,'84. s Favorite Merchant Pearl full just Winter latest stylos and In See are to the lowest and any ones in tU a you want Just too neat ioi ON SCHREINER Oct. Governor C C. in referring to the death of his very intimate Gen. In a long conversation with Gen. last at he was speaking to me of Gen. Grant and saidi ' I knew Grant very well at West Upon my appointment as commander of the army of the Potomac 1 left headquarters and went to Washington to confer with the president and with tlie secretary of and was absent more than left Galena and came to my as he afterward informed for the purpose of asking me either for an appointment on my failing in a contract to supply the army with certain out of which he could make a He remained several days awaiting my until he received a telegram from Senator of requesting him to he secured for him a as captain of a company of Illinois He left immediately without seeing and we did not meet again who were the electors at for a long If I had been at my headquarters I would have cheerfully given him an and with his well-known loyalty and devotion to any one who befriended he would have adhered to my fortunes and would have gone down with and tlie world would never have known what a great soldier he AND is a certain preventive of malarial as it keeps the Liver It makes Bilious fever On the same grounds it makes Indigestion impossible and the blood pur d rup at lowest to best known man in western New of the moat peculiar is George A. ot Cattaraugus who has spent over and the best energies of a lifetime In gathering odd and noted with a few rare pieces of household chief among which is the first ever Into Cattaraugus the German silver plate bearing the J. Ist 1841 and 1842, New most highly prized of all Mr. queer collection of dls mantled carriages is an old whose birchen hubs are checked and rotted by the ravages of nearly half a century of contact with the This vehicle derives its value from Its Intimate relation with the late Gov. just before hie in calling up the recollections of the told the writer the following in regard to the old carriage which we were have probably eald Mr. that I made it a rule in politics to ' drive forty miles rather than write a That idea came to me with that old Thirty-seven years ago this coming I had been honored by the people of this was awakened one night about 2 o'clock by a rap at the on admitting my I found it to be no less a person than Gen. Lewis who was then the Democratic candidate for The night was standing in front of my door was that old then new and in which my nocturnal visitor had driven from forty miles I was then just entering and it occurred to me that if the candidate for presi dent could drive miles to do an errand that could be done by it would not be a bad policy for me to The idea possessed me so strongly that I went to Dunkirk and purchased the and in many of my campaigns It has kept me company through many a lonely You continued the in those days it was the popular thing to be a but that year Martin Van buren was running on a third and Gen. Cass was very anxious ovet the go much so. In that he Intimated to me that I could go to the court of St. James in the event of iiiy contributing to his The world knows that I did not or rather tt part of a is the box of an old Broad way omnibus In which is posted an electoral ticket of It is headed and the by a woodcut of and the names of the then Among the names is that of Oswald who last year led the Cleveland hosts to and Kelley and Washington box Mr. Sheldon and he thought it of the stage in which the late Horace Greeley la alleged to have accomplished a portion of his trip to California some years the interior which covered with Fargo Co's express labels and the names addresses occupies a box stall in one of Mr. Sheldon's and the old family carriage I of the late Judge Benjamin of Chamberlain with the sperm candles burned half way down and the whip fn the just as the old judge left it the last time he used is kept In a small shed on purpose for the mountings being while the wheels are falling to from sulky in which Dexter his i record of 2:40 is among the Mr. Sheldon has been for he shows an old gig and Kives Its of a collection of over 200 there is not one that Mr. Sheldon cannot tell t he history and in addition to lie has the first Buckeye mowing ever placed In ' veu styles of horae old eight threshing or dating hU way to 1847, the latter being one of Elias Ward to Years at Hard tn 8tt Urinary are often caused by a torpid Some call It Liver etc. The Liver governs the If the Liver Is one may be or have Fever and Malarial etc. These may lead to worse This new is now the lead of all other remedies as a It seems to act in s remarkable way upon that organ corrects the the and the keep the healthy with and other troubles are then Ask E. B. Hall for a 25o. Prize Nov. 2.A hard glove under the Marquis Queensbury rules took place here to day between Jack of New and Dave the Oregon and was won in the third by who knocked Campbell A large crowd wit the and changed Fallowing this came a bare knuckle fight to the under the rules of the London prize be tween Larry of Scranton and Tom Ward of It was a bloody in which seventy two rounds were Sullivan threw up the sponge after one hour and forty minutes Nov. 1.In the trans of 8(K) words by the telegraph ers of Central New at Syracuse to the following was the result Charles 84secs 7min9. 14secB John 50seci Kenyon made the best but was given the second place for inferior TO JOIN Oct. 81.Perdinod smiling and into the room this morning to receive the tenoe of the law for one of the many crimes which he committed In the world of Tracy read a nt to rulings of the coart imd asked for a new Attorney Martine moved that sentence be In passing you have been by an Intelligent emd You certainly had a perfectly fair The Jury was selected and the coart ed all your You were you had no The charges wese overwhelmingly and you offered substantially no defense whatever to the The only matter for conjecture is why the jury should taken so long to arrive at a If you had been entirely unknown the jury would not have left their You have had of every You were ably defended and an address was delivered in your was 0 able and brilliant rs any I ever have You were not convicted by popular bnt it ismore probable that the jury being men delayed the fearing that popular clamor might have On that suggestion alone can I explain why such a verdict was In the least I have nothing to say to yon You have exhibited sense of insensibility to your crimes which is and you seem to forget the many good people whom you have brought to poverty and You hafe done more to undermine confidence in commercial affairs than any man I have ever known of. habit to carry on business by and in that way you utterly destroyed all Yet you have maintained the same throughout the trial and have exhibited no sign of It wUl be 4dle for me to say anything to yon on the I will only add the of the which is that you be at hard labor in the State prison for a period of ten proven that honesty is the best policy in medicine aa well as in other Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a genuine an blood decidedly superior to all pain and tni ery by those who are with dyspepsia are The distress of the body is equalled or surpassed by the confusion and tortures of the thus making its victima suffer that is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla hM thousands to be thankful for this great It dispels the causes of and tones up the digestive Try and Falls Nov. 3.Sales of cheese today were 400 boxes at 9c, 8,300 at 9^, 180 at 1,800 at 140 at 250 at 9|c, 2(K) at 600 The market is doll and Jo sale of cheese at Little Falls 150 boxes at 1,200 at 200 at at 10c,-44>8 on - private 430 iMO farm dairy at to also 50 packages creamery butter 75 dairy Nov. 2.~Articles of of the St. Paul ice palace and winter filed to-day with a capital stock of Plans for a palace will be submitted Tit a of the stockholders to btt held to night and work commenced at the earliest moment many years of experience in my own and my horses and my cattle I am constrained to say that Liniment is the most complete remedy for the cure of Lame Sore in the Human family and of Buue Bruises on Caked Sore on that i have ever known and take pleasure in recommending to SO 25 Sold by E. 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