Bradford County Republican in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
2 Feb 1899

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Bradford County Republican in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
2 Feb 1899

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Bradford County Republican (Newspaper) - February 2, 1899, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaF l v Anda spent monday with mrs t. Regain. Skating is All the go at shia place on Colorado minting Exchange halts f i -i1, j Olen ins House s Salic. Sullivan s and Gillet s Ponds Anc gome Colorado Call Are professionals. Held on the Colorado Springs mining k i change business being suspended for say to allow die Clearing House to catch thankful to mb8. Pink ajl words women who have Een ill is Pinkham wares h Sra inst n -3vgqi Mabbie last makes the food Mere Ous c rid wholesome Elizabeth m. Allen and William Woodin a pretty one. Up with its work. Notwithstanding splendid i organization of the Clearing men or me Juu lbs. Have been thankful a thousand to of All the sex uhf you what Yong vegetable compound done for me. This work and vice carefully and now i feel like a Ciff Ereat person. My to. 1 _ obtainable for at the Home of or. And mrs. C Larles sight work the enormous sales on the ache headache nervous tired h. Allen on Poplar Street at Exchange have thrown Clearing feeling painful menstruation and o Dock last evening occurred the mar House two Days behind. Lucor Rhea. Ridge of their daughter m. Were i Watona. I serial ugly us with Allen and William Tare Nice Woodin Rome. George Hicks spent sunday and Day with his parents. J the grip seems to be losing its hold Apon the romans week. No new cases this the volume of business now i i Nab i Weir m. George Crowell is the grip. J Rev. W. B. Daw f Rector of Christ s Grace who has Beeta Seri Church performed sh.6 ceremony. notable in the history of the cripple ill with the grip is and Groom standing beneath a Creek Gold Camp. Tace Salep each Day Ames Bailey who has been quite in Law Fly of Evergreen. In the absence this have amounted to about the Bride s father who was detained 000 shares i m Washington by his duties the Bride advices from be Isabella prop was Given away by her Uncle or. A. Erty fully confirm All a the reports sent d. Laplant of Sayre. _ the Bride was handsomely gowned in j bottles of vegetable Pound of liver nost w wish the grip is improving at present. Home of Ier daughter mrs. A. Woodwork. I William Towner and family have House belonging out concerning the no marvelous Richness of the Ore. Whit b brocaded Satin and she carried mrs. Adams has so far recovered moved into the tenant House belonging White carnations. Miss Mattie Moody from her recent illness As to be Able to to Ralph Young. The bridesmaid wore White silk trim up a few hours each Day. Or. And mrs. Dexter Stanton of med with Pink Aud carried Pink Carna the methodist ladies Aid society will Owens mils n. Y., Are spending some tons. The Groom was attended by serve dinner at the Home of mrs. Claud tame with relatives in Wetona. Byron j. Trippe of Canton As Best Wilbot on thursday feb. 3. Harry Kingsley and Edna Dickinson Man. Mrs. B. V. Eer Ehner sister of the Donkey social held in Presby of Smithfield called at w. W. Grace s Bride played the wedding Anarch Terian Church last tuesday evening was and attended Church at Wetona sunday a Large company of relatives and a perfect Success socially although the evening. Friends were present and innumerable implement weather made it a of seven1 weeks n i i to halve trolley i Pittsburg Febi cars of fat Osburg Are to invade the land of the pharaohs. Negotiations have just been closed by the Westinghouse elec Trie and manufacturing Coni Pany for the equipment of 14 of the Ordinary trolley Type for use in the City of Cairo. This line will be the first in the country but it is proposed to build another Fine to tie pyramids As soon As the natives for Many to attend. Meetings closed last wednesday even Oil thursday afternoon of list week ing. About 4 o clock the Home Rockwell was burned to the ground at the close of the meetings. Besides the loss of House and furniture 350 bushels of potatoes and 40 cords of Wood were destroyed. The people of Mil a Brinson of Evanston Rome As usual quickly responded to spending the Winter with the Camuy of the Call for help purse of Addison Brooks. Articles of of Liture and clothing Tje Archie Flo d were collected. Abon 20 of the converts were of Lemuel received Imo the Church on Proton o Waverly and mrs. Laplant of Sayre or. And mrs. Eolla Holcomb of Leroy miss Andrus i and miss Granteer of Canton. M., is charming gifts attested the popularity become accustomed to the operation of of the Young people. Among those present from out of town were or. And mrs. Lyman Decker of Meshoppen mrs the cars and later to connect Alexan Dria by trolley. B3ath did itch plot these government will the expense. Feb. Remains of the late Julius Goldschmidt who was United states Consul general at Berlin and who died a Short time ago will Tje by tight to this City at the expense of the state department Jat an Early Date. This information is contained in a let Tipon her return Home after hours absence on thursday afternoon mrs. Study was greatly surprised to find that 16 ladies had taken Possession her Home Laden with everything for an excellent supper. So much pleasure was manifested by All who participated that other parties of a similar character will probably follow. The guests were mrs 8. Brew mrs. Hicks and place c daughters. Mrs. E. D. Means mrs. B. Cannon mrs. Allen Woodburn mrs. David Davies mrs. A. Beebe Are. W. Madill mrs., John word born miss Bice mrs. L. Powers mrs. L. Clark mrs. B. Goff and mrs. T. Whitney. Hooker and Harry Doane who live at a few were calling at Homes sunday. The sick Are All nearly Well or. And mrs. Ting still quite ill. Last Wlk i but in Lowell. Gillette. L. Thompson is on the sick list. K. ill with the grip. Bert Ameigh a Selling Medicine on the Road. Born to or. And mrs. Chas. Lewis a the will give a grand Ball daughter. At the Hajtol feb. 9th All Are invited. Sidney Swain of Saco spent monday f. L. Har Mcness Andl Dunning Wita his Cousin B. Perry were attending court in Towanda last Ecward Lamberson died at the Home of his son Frank Lamberson sunday e. C. Parsons of this place and mrs. Afternoon 39th. He was an old belly Dewey of Bassetts were married resident of the place and highly at Elmira Jan. 24th. Spec Ted by All who knew him. He aged Albany township Man and wife Beth died in Friday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Clark Nelson died at her Home in Albany township near South Branch at noon Friday Jan. 37, the same spirit of her husband Mathew Nelson joined her s in its up Ward flight. Or. Nelson had passed of this his 76th birthday. Thus after 50 years de at Danville state Hospital of companionship Here they go hand in Jan. 23. The burial took hand to reap the Reward of the faithful place at Leona Friday. Christian Faith for Many years memorial services were held in the having beep strongly founded on the Church Sincay. I everlasting gospel of the son of god. Soi. Ballard begins work on Pisgah Early in life Jar. Elson Learned the for mryl. At water he will Blacksmith Trade which he Browet Uin live in Jer cottage seeing to things til age and feeble health compelled him generally till the season Chas. To abandon his work. J thank you again for the you have done of e. Bresney East Boche step Ohio. I great numbers of such letters As the above Are constantly being received by from women who owe their health and Hap piness to h or advice and Medicine. Most Pinkham s address is Lynn mass. Her advice is of fenced free to All suffering women Wii Oare Puzzle about themselves if you Haye backache Don t Heg to work it you must reach the Root of the trouble nothing will do this so safely and surely As Lydia Al Pinkham s vegetable com Pound. Backache is accompanied by a lot of other aches and wearying sensations but they nearly from the same source. Remove the cause of these i Knirs become Well and Strong. Mrs. J. Spassos. Of City. Jyh ttllst0 Peri Eittle to the fallowing letter Mesa. Pinkham using your Medicine i was to Roubini with ache and my Back ached so that i could not rest your Medicine is the Bt-11 Ever has relieved me of my trembles and i fee thanks to Lydia 3. Pinkham. Advise any one troubled with female weakness to Utke your Cine. 1 shall also recommend it wherever i can As a great Relio Vor of Pau Ler friends of or. Good Schmidt. It is understood the action is taken by the state department a minion women have seen benefited by mrs. Pm Netiam s advice Aad m at Washington in recognition of the services rendered by Goldschmidt cd Tut i on feb. Following fourth a ass postmasters have been appointed new be. R. Helena a. A. Hamlin Lewis Oak Foi Efet a. B. Mcclelland Root a Lyle Laffayette Fosburgh Webster. P. Aneta Jane Hills. Aneta Jane Hilus daughter of or. And mrs. B. Hilum of Herrick died Jan. 24, aged six Yea Ija. She fell from a swing Hist fall and sustained injuries from which she never recovered Al though a few Days after the Accident she again began attending school presumably As Well As ever.1 she was a Bright Little miss and was beloved by All. Republican county c Headquarters Bradford Towanda pursuant Tole rules of of a Biks or Bradford county there will county court Monsein Towanda at m. For Case has building porches and seven children have preceded them otherwise improving the buildings. To the spirit world and three Are left to deep of mourn their departure. John m. And Mary j. At Home and J Nel son of Towanda. They were timid at rest Side by Side on monday afternoon at North Street key. S., d. Fiske of new Albany officiating. I Paris feb. Peugnet a youth who murdered a woman and boy has been guillotined Here. The fact is Nota ble As being the last execution which is to take place on the place de la to Fuette the famous execution place of Paris. An immense crowd of people witnessed the beheading of the a murder the Wysox Rood care. Jabez Stevens of and col. E. J. Ayers of Asylum was chosen to arbitrate the Wysox Road Case have chosen j. Kinney of War Ren for the third member of the Board. A meeting will be held on tuesday 7, at which time All persons in properly come before the primaries for i he Nom ii Ai Ion 0 Hon and township officers to to a the Al Mary election next ensuing be Wil such times and Placen in osric districts Hall be designated i commit Eliof the several election accordance with the following act of to wit certificates of Norn Mairm Foi filed with the Nonty of a i or. And there was much Ritj Ald Rowdy Terestea in the matter should be present. Iem time mentioned in this act or file or ism during the night. In Johh Gaylord dead. Prominent Wya losing Cluen Paw i to Bis Coin Menee. John l Gray lord died at his Home in Waln Silig on j tuesday after a few weeks illness Zibich began with Grippe was about 76 years of age and had of Una Jan. 28, and made the following about 40 members of tie salvation always lived in that town. Be leaves nominations of Arnty held a very Good meeting at the a wife and four grown hic coughed to death. Mascoutah ills., . Scho Eller is dead Here after a spell of hic coughing lasting six Daya he literally hic coughed himself to death. He was 59 years of age a native of Germany and leaves a widow and family. Financial and commercial a clot july of t he York misses Bessie and Viele enter leaves two sons and two daughters to trained a select party of Young people at Moura his loss. Funeral services at Cunnings last Friday evening. The presbyterian Church sunday Jan. The voters of South Creek held their 81 w r Poksu Jongh officiating. A lib mini t tragedy St. Feb. Special to the Republic from Albany mo., fears Jeth two a effectual shots Al his Stepa Augh Ter acid sent a Bullet into his own brain. Quota Long of the Stock i few work. Feb. L Call nominally per cent. Prime mercantile paper per cent Ster Ling Exchange Strong with actual Bua nees in Bankers Bills at for demand and. At for 60 Days. Posted rates commercial Wile nominally 59j4a60k. Bar Sil ver mexican dollars 47j6cj government Bonds state Bonds inactive. Railroad Bonds Strong. Pit m lid l., Zuj Jujj Awuou o Bicili a us dict into Nis own Orain. Election E. Turk inspector Fred Church monday evening. Live mrs. James Shearer of Rochester borne time ago he and his wife sep aral closing prices Decker commissioners Chase and Lyman bang Hon Constable George Fletcher treasurer j. E Turk town desk Frank Andrue auditor a. H. Dean school directors o. Siersted and E. Inman. Demo member when they come to we. Mcclelland Are in the Hanse of god. Commiss Klners d. Lewis and James Balmer Constable Ralph Swartwood treasurer a. B. Pas Mere town clerk we. Passmore auditor Scott Purman school directors Seeley Gorr Lyndon Frt. Bern court of the pall mall Gazette Tele t Chesapeake of. 30% Chicago -.a.116 Cotton 37j.6 Del. Thad son. Erie. General Hocking Vallejo. Lacta Wanoa. Don and Wilus Andrews. Franklin. L. C. Busa roughs of Rome was Home a few jays last a. B. Wiggan is visiting his Cousin a called on the people in this Theo. Trope at Luther s mile. . J. N. Mckean is at work near can mrs. J. Do Leonard and mrs for the new Rau Road would Good thing for the town John who has been in the Wess for de and when he failed to effect a rec if a Branch of army Enki locate several years and Asa who has always ouch Llalon the tragedy resulted. Here if they did no other Good they lived at Home. He was a Mason j and but might teach some of the people of Tiff Well known and to universally liked by town to respect the army and to re Bis Large Circle of acquaintances. A Pec Nuar coincidence is noted in regard to deaths. At the no later than june. It is a. Canton township 1st u Well. Canton to irn ship de District Columbia Lyman a. Pc. Morse Granville 8 Iverier ruin he h f. Col Mac. J. L. Ball. N. Leeoy John Rockwell. A proc d. N. A Torch township Jet Monroe township sri i Uris Albany Ray s. Overton j. L. Rinebolt. Orwell Edwin Marche mfr. Pi6e, 1st b. J. Pike 2d District a. H. Mar i. N. Doty. Vav. Kinin route L. To Nyht Sayre Borough 1st, w j. Kayre Borough. 2d k. J. Conn Cluj say re Borough 3d wave f. Fought. Ami the fiend Elmer Jake us Sou David son d Waverly David standing Ogk a . Mrs. J. Carson and . Allen visited the school one Day last miss Olive Hatch who has been very j8 Able to Attena school obituary. Mrs. Sarah Taylor wat her Home in Granviue township Friday Jan. 27, after an illness of Only one week sized _ s3 years. She was born in Granville township near the place of her dearth to do comm Teflon merchant of Abd resided there. She was new York City committed suicide in Horace Taj Loi who was 13, on the first floor of Taylor s a notel. Be had registered at the prime Western fete am 65.90 nominal. Creamery Ual Large White White. Halite. State and Pennsylvania. 19ua hte4 Western firm fair refi Olne 3 m Tkv Gentr Fagal 96 test 46-1 c. Arm crashed. Powdered i turpentine steady at molasses form new Orleans 32a37e. Domestic we. City Ftp cd. J. Warring. Towanda Borough 1st Ward a. S for Towanda Boron Gri 2d Ward a. B Korongy. 3d War a a. Towanda Kotb a. B. To i a. Towanda r. Dimock. Troy j. Fanning Troy township 1st a Troy Dittri w Tuscarora b. Culver Tea Calora r. Ami a g. Do show. Welte a. B Lewis. H. A. Bartlett. Woitt to. We Aloang m. J. Lark. Wyalusing township Ford. Towms hip Ai Mann. Wysoki township it phere. Wysows township 2d 1 m. Oon try f i Foster was a Shock to this Community her old Home. The funeral several from this place attended the on thursday Atte Deij by funeral of birr. And mrs. Nelson at her relatives Here. Her father and North Street monday. Mother or and mrs. David we Elmer. There will be Church or. Sanford of ing interment in i self with a revolver and inhaled ill uni he is thought to have been grip. Are staying Days with the bereaved family. S i timing Lodge 1.0. O. . Rel Niue or Eaoben. A session of the grand Lodee of feb. Dispatch received Pennsylvania i. O. O. F., will be held troll a general the Spanish officer miss Eliza Sage of i Horseheads is vis iting mrs. Oscar Sage. Miss Nella Hart was calling on rela. Brink sunday. Tives on Vanness Bill last week. Or. And mrs. A. C. Robinson of or. And mrs. We. Wannees and South Montrose spent wednesday family visited p. B. Landmesser Sun night with or. And mrs. A. P. Eddy. Mrs. J. B. Eddy and daughter Helen or. And mrs. William Moger of Lime of borne enjoyed the grip at j. A. Hill visited at George Karen s on Allen s last week. Mrs. Allen is Sitti sunday. With he same now. Or. And mrs Oscar have returned from horse Heads where they have overshot been visiting. I several Are Down with the grip. 1 or. Aud mrs. Spring Fohn Joann of Overton spent a Terr Hill visited at we. One Day last week. J command of the troops of Spain in the philippine islands says the troops which were imprisoned on the Island of services every night this week at the school House at at Troy next tuesday evening feb. 7 o clock in the even j to Bucu Iok Pitt Kun us or. And jars. Conklin of entire grand Lodge will be present Negros have been released the in Orwen visited or. And mrs. Baby j. And the busness Srill be the admission Sargents and have arrived at q of past grands. At 8 o Choik there will on the Southwest extremity be a Lodge of instruction i of Towanda markets. Feb. I the Lou owing were the highest Market paid potatoes v beans16 12 Olona. M 8 com. Per barrel.18.00 oate.53 to or meal. 9uto Post office. Arrive mails new York phils delphis . L. V. North Boloix beeswax 30 36 80 to of the Island Pine of Mindanao of the Phllip 6nt of Laa Senger trains to sunday. 16, Iffla the county. Ktat10n8. At Best id through Fec at Gibraltar. Gibraltar feb. In the United states transport Grant which Eft new York on Jan. 19, having in Board major the funeral of William w. Haverly Era the fourth infantry and a Wasnae d at 3 o clock yester Lay after battalion of the seventeenth infantry noon under the auspices of the local Manila has arrived Here masonic body. Many handsome Floral were sent especially nah Rauhio Beinin a Large Cros Era in Lent o what 00 tie children drink t 12 j 90 for 56 i my lit 45 Loo i ass40 22 b 51 1 u 81 5 Junction. hawed. Green Wood. Wee Tan. 7 13 102p Tel 7181084 w t 22 10w Al John Patterson was the Lucky one of miss Lon Ennis iof standing Stone four Fox Hunters his shot brought i i relatives in this place Fox to a Stop. One Day last week. Thomas crusty of Tow 8. L. S Barclay r. B 3 Canton stage Troy Biagto North Boruc to tape Slage Bra state Towanda i states Genera delivery of join from 7 Jitt. Money order and resister to of it ment Bam to 6 pm. Delivery p a. F am. Night mail closes unclaimed letters. List of letters rat Vainini Post office for week ending list Barton Miff Bowman Kitt a Tih Talada mrs. Carolina the Wood mrs. I j h m i 1s Sefl a _ sent 3y Van new Day and Sincay with his brother James be vent commander tem of Wilker barrel of which 5 Caphais paid in Sii plos dese aped was a member inter fint the More Grain Vive the -1iild Norlo Reri Tihe to e Heath Jon distribute Hirouth this Bank Matte at Kive Sidel Grain Oia of pure Rauw transaction and when properly prepared tastes like the j Choice grades of Coffee but a ont As n. N. Much. All grocers sell it. Iicond25c cashier. Gumbo Vii Enjo m trick we. Be Ransom Kobe 3 j err persons causing for to Givi up a tilled for in two letter office. 1 i Lent non anal for news in to a tract president go. 15. Phys Ian Aux us office and residence Swath on Poplar a right he i Bart Lens from ring deeds count Tori Cythe never w Stafi re is Laperl

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