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unit VOLUME IV., NUMBER 48. ARCADE, N. Y., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895. ONE DOLLAR PER I- THE COUNTY NEWS. What the Herald Correspondents Find to Writeftbout. COUNT V NIWB. , The village of Perry was incorporated : in 1829. TJberto Crane of Eagle has moved to Pike Five Corners. The charter election of Perry 'occurs next Tuesday, March 5th. Miss Mamie Rae, of Portagcville, re­ turned home from New York last week, Mr. Burwinger has moved on to the f farm of Martin York at North Java. The village of Perry is reaching out for a portion of the town of Castile. A. Ward, of North Java, is to move > back on to his farm at Union Corners, in the spring. •James Bristol, of Gainesville, is ma- king a southern trip, taking Washing­ ton on the way. And now Perry is crying for water works, the late blizzard having frozen up her supply of water. Last week Frank Lillibridge of East Koy, started for the Cheyenne Rivor Agency, S. D. A farmer in Perry raised tho price • of stove wood, to $2.50 per cord during the recent blizzard. Hiram Pixley, of Perry, has gone to Jamestown, to take a position iwith the \Wyckoff Harvester Works. Albert Youngs who has been at home in Perry has returned to his post in the Wyckoff shops at Jamestown. The students of Gainesville Union School gave the drama \Tony tho Con­ vict,\ on Washington's birthday to a • •crowded hall. The Masonic Lodge of Attica is to .^have new quarters, as a large addition is to be built on tho Krauss Block for the lodge. George M. Davis, of Rock Glen, who made a general assignment last May, with liabilities of $4,500, has paid all creditors in full. £ ' Miss Julia Barry, [of LaGrange, has Vk'recently- received the appointment of cher.;for the Hudson Refuge for Tkie Brogah biilldlnif at Portagevllle >'^'was 1J; burnod ' last week. The the upper Maccabees ' room was occupied by who lost quite heavily. It is said that the snow drifts at Camp Wesley, Silver Lake, almost cover the cottages from sight. Nothing like it was ever seen at tbe lake. Mrs. Mary Reynolds has returned home after sponding several weeks with her son Charles in Arcade.—John- sonaburg Cor. Warsaw Times. Hon. Stanley B. Roberts, of Utica, late prohibition candidate for governor has been engaged to act as platform manager of the Silver Lake Temper- ance Assembly this year. It is reported that Ed Burkhardt, at Wethersfield, is to occupy the S. P. .Alien farm, at Wetherslield, which has been occupied for the last three years by Merritt Hale. Miss Belle Lowing, formerly of the •town of Gainesville, has recently grad­ uated at the Normal Kindergarten .school in Buffalo, and taken a position in Grove City College, Pennsylvania. The Perry Salt Company's iplant will be sold by Sheriff Woodworth at the law office of Morris A.Lovejoy in Perrj . March 30, by virtue of a judgment held by the First National Bank of Perry. The 'Perry Herald and News says: •\The state game and fish protector was at the Lake Tuesday and confis­ cated some spears and took the names of several whom lie had found occupy­ ing their private boxes A gang of 25 inuu ha\ o been remov­ ing tho snow from tbe vicinity uf.thc •quarry itt Rock Glen, pret>aratory to .setting up machinery for stripping 10.- O00 yards of stone for the Warsaw Blue Stone Company. Charles Ward, landlord of .the Ward House, in Perry, und William Rice, of tOlean, his bartender, under arrest for tselline liquor illegally, have skipped •the town. Charles McKay of Caledonia lis going to manage the Ward House. Castile has a reading room, just open­ ed, in which boys may spend their lei- . isiire evenings. Tho room is nicely ~ fitted up and is well supplied with ^\ igames and reading, and all will be ' made welcome. W. F. Graves \has put :a piano in the r#oms for the use of the Association free of change. \ The Castilian says \About thirty of •the singers of our village met at the M. E. Church Wednesday evening. ^ Prof. Harrington, of Rochester, was ''present and the plan of forming a choral .anion was discussed. The idea is to form uaiens in several of the surround­ ing towms'and then hare thaas inset at Silver Lake mrt summar in oaa grand chorus. The teachers' examinations for the second and third grades will occur at Bliss next week Thursday and Friday, March 7th and 8th. A Byron correspondent of the Bata- via News says; \George B. Collins has traded his farm in this town for a store and stock of goods at East Pike. He will move there April 1st. WARSAW. held Ash-Wednesday services were this week in Trinity church. J. W. Montgomery & Son are con­ templating putting in a handsome plate glass front in their storo in the spring. They have also arranged to carry a large lino of bicycles. Tho examination of teachers for the second and third grades for the 1st Commissioners district will occur at Warsaw next week Thursday and Friday, March 7th and 8th. If the heavy body of snow in the Oatka Valley goes off with a rain there will be an unprecedented flood. The thickness of the ice will cause ice jams and consequent overflow of the valley. Our citizons on the low lands are very nervous over it. At the town meeting Tuesday the entire Republican tickot was elected with pluralities ranging about 350. Walter S. Gay was elected collector over Chauncey B. Burleigh, the demo­ cratic-prohibition candidate, by 76 plurality. The officers elected were Horace C. Zwetch, justico of tho peace: John Truesdell, overseer of the poor; Rollin R. Buck, assessor; Richard Luckenback, Edward Wiley, Wilbcr H. Hovey, William H. Cornell, Charles F. Pettengill, constables: Stephen C. Vincent, the no license excise commis­ sioner, was elected over Fred Lester, the Independent candidate, by onlv 19 majority. Two Myers voting machines were used to regfster the votes and tho results were announced within 12 minutes after the closing of the polls. STKYKKRSVILLK. S. A. Brooks has mov sd. to Spring- ville. W. R. Hoy and wife were in Buffalo Monday. ,.v Mrs. Laffer.ty \of Delevan is visiting E.\ T*.. Fox and family,' visited ^ A.' Please and wife last week. Several of our young people took in the ball at Harris Corners Monday niprht. F. O. Richardson has moved on to his farm and R. Foss has moved on to tho Blair farm. L. Ames and wife of Corfu spent several days in town last week, called here by the sickness and death of his father. Died: In Strykersville, February 18, 1895, Curtis Ames, aged 75 years, 11 months. The deceased was born near this placo and has always lived at or near here. On ^^ay 30th, 1841 he was united in marriage to Betsey Bean. To them were born nine children, of which only two boys are left, Leslie of Corfu and Seward of this place. His companion died on June 22nd, 1804, and his only wish since that time was that he could soon go to meet her. She was the last of a large family and he was also the last of a large family of brothers and sisters. Tho funeral was held at the Baptist church on Tuesday, Rev. I rammer officiating. Tho same bearers carried this old and respected couple to their last resting place. WESTERN NXW YORK NEWS. Report of ths lltmnl of Trustee* or the VII. lage of Arcude, N. Y.. March 1st. 1805. YOKKSIlIltK. George Turner was in Buffalo Thurs­ day. David Gilbert of Eagle spent several days iu town this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hopkins on February 25th. n daughter. Several of our townspeople arc in Little Valley this week called there on the law suit, Eddy vs. Blood. X. .1 McArthur will move his family to -Springyille on Monday, where he intends to teach music. T. Wormer had business in Protec­ tion one Jay this week. Moving time is ut hand so wc should judge by the number of loads of goods which have passed through here the past week, which is no less than fifteen. Card of Thanks. Strykersville, N. Y.. Feb. 20, ISlVj. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted lis in the sick­ ness and deatli of our father. S. W. AMES, LISLIH AMES. Miss Ella A. Pease and Frank C. Sul­ livan of Wales N. Y., were married at Portageville, N. Y., Feb-uary 16th. by Rev. Howard A. Pease, brother of the bride. The Dalton Enterprise is happv over a new press. Cheese factory meetings begin to be announced. Lake Erie is froze from shore to shore opposite Dunkirk. 300 new books haye just been placed in the Dansville library. Dr. S. A. Brooks, of Strykersville, is is to move to Springville. The proceeds of the Olean Hospital Fair amounted to $1,500. Prof. E. O. Butterfield is organizing a singing class at Farmersville station. The ladies of the Cuba churches will edit this week's issue of the Cuba Post. It is reported that the buds of peach trees were killed by the recent sevexe colds. L. S. Gisler, of Fillmore, is buying potatoes in Canada for shipment to New York. Kerosene lamp exploded. Thomas Egan's house in Medina burned. Loss, $2,500. The dedication of the new M. E. Church at Franklinville will occur March 14th. Allen Ayrault, of Mount Morris, has handled about 20,000 bushols of beans this winter. Young & Young, of Fillmore, have over 2.000 cords of bolts in tho yard at their box factory. The Buffalo Ice Co. have their largo ice house at Lime Lake filled and have stopped work. Rev. Mr. Griffith, of Fairview, was presented last weok with a fine gold watch and chain by tho church and friends. The newly elected excise board at Randolph has granted four hotel and three drug store liconses. Tho town has been no licenso since 1882, The Johnston Harvester Company of Batavia, is doing an enormous business and making big shipmonts of machines every day to foreign countries. The Cattaraugus county grand jury in session at Little Valley on Saturday brought in 32 indictments of which 15 were for violations of the excise law.> j {.A soapstone in'a ^tove in; Brock'pbrt, t&ftker^i^ ploded and a\ flying'*piece cut a deep' gash in the face of a person in the room. Evangelist Roes and wifo havo had great success in the revival meetings at Coudorsport during tho past month They spent 25 nights in that town and as a result nearly 300 have begun a Christian life. Perkins & Co., of Newark, N. .Y., who are interested with J. F. Whito in the canning business, havo leused about four hundred acres of land in tho town of Leicester which will be planted to peas and corn tho coming season. The building owned by Messrs. Dow & Chilson of Pavilion, burned on the 8th inst., the blizzard day. The upper story was used by different societies for lodge rooms and all of them were heavy losers, the G. A. R. suffering most sevorcly. John A. Burch, general agent of the passenger department of the Lake Shore road in Buffalo, dropped dead in tho Elk street market in Buffalo Mon­ day evening. He was 08 years old and was one of tho best known railroad men in the city. Mrs. Phillip Ferrin, of Springville, died last week at Springville aged 72 years. She was the mother of Mrs. C. E. Churchill, of this place. There is a family of seven children which survives her and a remarkable fact of mortality is that in thirty-two years\ there had not been, until her death, another deatli in her family —Franklinville Chronicle. Albert Marsh, of Randolph, died l.i*t Sunday from the effects of a wound he received at the battle of Spottsylvania, Va., May 4, 1SW. For the past ten years he had been a helpless invalid. He was one of 500 out of 2..10U0G0 enlisted men to receive a medal of honor for gallant services performed on the battle deld. Made in pursuant of Chapter 345 of laws^of 1874 as amended by Chapter 197 of the laws of 1875. ' - OUIINAKY FUND . Received tax $1,973 49 Licenses 31 00 Rent.\ 40 00 Lamp 3 75 Total 2,04 S 24 Over \drawn March, 1394 295 03 Disbursements 2,357 23 Total 2,652 26 Overdrawn March, 1895 C04 02 • HIGHWAY FUND—RECEIPTS. Balance March 1st, 1894 412 95 Poll \tax 76 00 Received lumber and fix walk by \tax 56 69 By Jones street com 57 37 Received collector 493 37 Scraper 7 35 TVrtkl 1,103 73 P «Sd out 44S 83 Balance March 1,1895 654 00 HIGHWAY. 1894. March . '»V 21 It , C. Brant, work .. $ 75 2 25 a' It F Eaton \ 44 its u M. Fisk \ 44 Ht tt Geo. Christian ... CO ' is U M. Wagoner \ ... 50 ti S. A. Hulette ''... 65 tt L. A. Davis \ ... 1 10 ^ u tt W. F. Lowis \ ... 6 37 April 3 J. W. Jones \ ... .. 11 17 it •• F. Eaton \ ... 53 ii it M. Wagoner \ ... 3 00 May,'.. ti.-}} 1, J.W.Jones 6 79 May,' ti.- t; M. Wagoner \ ... 1 73 • i' tt F. Eaton 1 95 it \\ t. Tisdale & Yule\ ... I 75 .t tt J. W. Blakoloy\ ... 1 75 II \ tt J. H. Howard \ ... 3 50 11 V- .t F. E. Haskell \ ... 3 50 11 r tt R. C. Walker \ ... 3 00 June 5 F E. Haskell \ ... 3 50 it J. S. Spencer \ ... 350 it M\. Wagoner \ ... .. 17 66 ti L.;A. Davis \ ... 3 00 tt i ?M...Austin : .. 195 R.Magee , ing 2 50 \ W. S. Walker ) As- \ H. D. Barnes \ sess- 12 00 \ \ V. C. Beebo ) ors May 14, L. A. Davis, Garfield Judgment bal 1600 00 June 5, B.,M. Holmes, light lamps 12 00 \ \ W. F. Persons, print­ ing. Board of Health rules 1^00 \ \ Knight & Barnes ser­ vices on Garfield suit 42 50 July 6, B. M. Holmes, lamps 12 00 '• E. B. Bixby soda for engine 80 '• \ Henry Boardsley po­ liceman's suit 25 00 \ L. A. Davis oil for street lamps 5 20 \ \ A. J. Knight services Garfield suit 90 00 \ \ L. A. Davis, Int 64 27 B. M. Holmes, lamps 12 00 F. H. Lowis extra po­ lice 150 B. M. Holmes, lamps 12 00 L. A. Davis, oil, otc, street lamps 9 70 G. A. Barnes, Ins 31 25 B. M. Holmes, lamps 12 00 1200 \ •• •• 12 00 Tisdale & Yule roof­ ing for road scraper house G A. Barnes, salary. B. M. Holmes, lamps Aug. Sept t ; Nov. Deo. 4, 28. 1, 10, 11, Jan. Feb, 24, 12, 7 50 25 00 1200 12 00 A. P. M. Co. repairs Firoraen's Building... 12 19 Disbursements. 2,35 7 23 Tha Uncle**. How maoh truck, for instance, most houses contain of relics of trips, shabby bric-a-brac, and so on, which lias to bo taken care of and is of uo use to any human being, and daily life is as full as our houses of things as usoless and less easily thrown ont.—Mr. Taloott Williams in Book News. It Waa Either Marry e>r Work. \Mr. Hardup mast have nsod a great deal of flattery to win the heiress.\ \No. He simply told her the truth.\ \Indeed?\ \Yes. He said he couldn't live with- o«t her. \—New York Press. t. t t L. A. Davis, lumber. 92 05 t t t t J. W. Jones, st com... 26 52 »t t : C.J. Whito 0 35 July 9, J. W. Jones labor 33 13 t • t» F. Haskell 2 47 U t . F. Eaton \ I 50 I1 E Shallics 12 90 '• 10 87 t» L. A. Davis lumber... 59 50 Aug. 7, 12 27 t t i. E. Shallics 5 25 Sept. 4, Tisdale & Yulo\ 3 60 *• H. Dawlov \ 75 \ t. L. Wagoner \ 4 05 11 t t M. Wagoner \ 13 95 *• t t R. Mageo \ 50 ( t t i J. W. Jones \ 22 65 Nov. 8, M. Wagoner '• 4 25 L. A. Davis \ 3 05 . 1 t t J. W. Jones st com.... 17 42 Dec. 11, ,. ,. t t i t 4 35 ii t t M. Wugonor labor... 63 1895. Fob. 12, F. A. Smith \ 50 11 '• J. W. Jones 11 80 t ; t t 30 t t t t F. St. John 1 00 44 11 F. Eaton \ 69 *' t t James Clough \ 49 448 S3 EXPENDITtTRES. —ORDINARY. A Wonderful afacliim. A conception of tho ingenuity in­ volved iu the construction of some of tbo finer tools now employed in various manufactures may be obtained from tbo following fact: A machine for turning out watch tcret73 was recently exhibited at the In­ stitution -of Mechanical Engineers iu London which was so complicated that several skilled engineers present con­ fessed that they were vnable to follow the train of mechanism, even when it was explaiaed by the aid of working drawings I Yet tais avacbiae, wa-sa a wire is fed to it, goes oa foiag its we»k, tvraiag •at perfect screws, aad as long as tbe wire lasts it ree, a ires a* iaterferenee by its hanaa atteadaasa—Yoata's Cess- •aaiea. March 6, ii. M. Holmes light lamps and policeman 12 00 \ \ W. D. McKerrow re­ pairing fircapuaratus 8 00 •• 21, John Lyke. Board of Health 11 75 '• \ H. P. Sharp, Board of Health 17 00 \ G. A. Barnes, Board of Health 4 00 •• •' H. J. McNair, Board of Health SCO ••, \ F. Lewis extra police 000 •• i t t. . . Jri 1 70 •• \ W. F. Persons, print­ ing 11 (X) April 3, B. M. Holmes, light 12 00 •• 4 50 30 B. M. Holmes, light 12 00 May 1, L. A. Davis, bucket wagon, hos'c and sup­ plies for firemen 5!) 03 •• \ L. A Davis, lumber 78 10 •' '• W. D. MeKerrow, re­ pairs fire apparatus... 6 10 '• '• K D. Keenoy fire sup- 1 92 i t \ J. H. Dodge lire sup- .\ 43 t t \ J. Mulvey. repairs.... 3 20 t. \ W. G. Laid law, ser­ vices as Attorney in 50 00 it \ W. F. Parsons, print- THE MAID OF THE MIST. A Perllou. Trip That the Stanch I.tttla Craft Saccrwtfully Performed. j Everybody who has visited Niagara' falls has heard of the Maid of tho Mi.-it. j Her history is interesting. She wua bnilt in 1804 for navigation between the American and Canadian shores of the Niagara just below Niagara falls. She was 73 feet long, with 17 foot breadth of beam aud 8 feet depth of hold, 1 and she carried an engine of 100 horse-. power. Aftor sevon years' service her owner desired to sell her. Ho received , ah offer of little nioro than half her cost if he would doliver her at Niagara, j opposite the fort, and after consulting with her captain and pilot, Joel R. Rob­ inson, he decided to accept the offer. Robinson consented to not as pilot for the fearful voyage, Jones, the engineer, agreed to accompany htm, and n ma­ chinist named Mclntyre volunteered to share the risk with them. Ou June 15, 1861, iu tho presence of a large orowd, tho littlo vessel left tire dock, which was just above tho suspou<~^ sion bridgo, rati up t he eddy a short^Tls\ tauco, cleared tho smooth water a ^S 'shot like an arrow into tho rapid under the bridge. Wheu a third of tho way down, sho was struck by a jet of water which carried away her smokostnok and keeled hor ovor. But sho speedily righted, and aftor receiving anothor drouching from the waves dashed on without further ac­ cident to tho quiot bosom of tho rivor below Lovy.iston.—New York Adver­ tiser, i - /, According to tho old church canons, tbo Christmas festival lasted from Christmas evo to Fob. 1, by which date all the dec-oration must bo removed froas the churches. N OTICE TO CUEDITOnS .-Pii!\su:mt to *-> onlor of Huu.Aiuire.v j UntNli, Surn>g»c< ui tho county of Wyomiui:. linilrti Is hi'iKt.y given to all iH'rMon.-, imviim claims ivKiilnst the esmto of KUKOIU- It. Ktvu.U'nUml. ilt'ei 'ast 'U to present the MU:R> with tin- \otieliers, to the undersigned, a liiilnlslrnt'ii' or the estate or said deeeiise'l. at lilo renlduniv In thotownof Eagle, ou or boftu'e the I4tli ttuv of Juue, 1W6.— Dated tho lllh day or Dtvemtn-v, 1894. !>.*> MEUVII.l.K. Administrator N OTICE TO CltEDITORS.—Pursuant to an order or Hon. Andrew J. Loi'ish.SurroKaiB or Wyoiuluk county, notice Is hereby glvuu to all persons mivlnir claims against the estate of Frederick Header deceased, lute of the town or Oriuigovllle. In the county of Wyoming, that they present tho same with the vouchers ther*- of, to the undersigned executrix- at her resi­ dence in the Town of Oniiigevllle, iu said county, on or Ix'foie the'Jid iltiv or April, IK*. SUSANNAH HKNUKII. Executrix. N J. N. Rdarrj ^ Co., IM9-M B» Mtm Sttrmm t. OTICK TO CKEDITORS.—Pursuant to aa order of Hon. Andrew J. TJorlsh, Surrogate of Wyoming County, notice is\ hereby given to' all pewone. aarlng claims jtgaliut the eetafc»„. present the same; with the vouchers thereof, '•' to the undersigned executor at hli resi­ dence in the village or Hllss Iu said cmuy, ou or before tho Hth day or January, 18!ir>. AhONKO CitosH. Executor. N OTICE TO CKKDM'ORS. Pursuant to an order or lion. Andrew .1,1.orlsh. Mii-r^Kaie or the County or Wyoming, Notice Is luicby given to all persons having claims rwilnsi Daniel McLaughlin, Hie or tin.' town it Java. In said county, deceased, to present tut same, with tho vouchers thereof, to the imcKrslgnetl, James Coiuoy. executor of the l!.->t.i <• • ' said deceased, at his residence In the town .it .l.tva. In said county, ou j r b\fore the 4M daj of May ISrti. JA.MKS ('\\ MY. Dated November -0. I SIM Executor A .1 Knight, Att'y for Executor Oillce and P O Address, Arcade, Wyoming ('i -ii ity.N Y N OTICE TO CKEPITOKS.—In pin-Hiiance of an orderof Audruw J. I.orlsh. Miinvnte of theCo.ofVVyomlngandortheRtatutolniuchca.se made and provided, All persons having claims against the estate or John S. Dunn, life of the town or Coitesee falls In said county, deceased, are required to exhibit the same with the vouchers In .support thereor to the undi •.-signed executrix or the will or said deceased at the residence of said executrix In the ton n of Gen­ esee Falls In said county ou or heroic .lie 15th NKI.Lir DfNM, or April, I8V5. Dated Sept, 20. 1804 Geo. \V. Daggett, Att'y, N'unda, N Y Executrix. S UPREME COUKT, — WvosttNo COUNTT Esther Allen, against Norman it Howes Kate Howes, his wife. William F fiercer. The Stale Hank or Pike, Wilbur lcu^i'. and Edward Phillips. To tho above named dofendan . V u are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action, and to serve a copy c.f your answer on the plaintiff's attorney v. [thin twenty-days ufter the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to apjiear or answer judgment will be talten against you by default fur the relief demanded iu the complaint Trial desired In the County of Wyo i!ng Dated the 'Jtlth dav of December, IM'I A. J. KNiiiliT. Plaintiff's A.tti-iey Ofllce aud postoillee address. A.cm.c, Ujom Ing County. N Y. To Norman It. Howes The for.-j- ni; sum tuoii H Is served ou you by punll ; t H a pur siiant to an order or Hon. Andrei* .1 l.orl.-h, County Judge, lit aud ror Wyomli „ t'.unt}, dated the 10th day or January |sv. .i.d tiled with tho complaint In the onli-e ••( .c fieri; or Wyoming Count.* a* Warsaw. N Y A.J. ICNlUHT. Plaintiffs A orut-y. Arcade. Wyoming County .N Y THE MDVERTISERS FOR 1805. MOKtViiVC, ;-|-(i.v;.vt,, scvu/iy AXJJ wuiiiiKYHun icj.\s Aggressive Republican Journals oMhe Highest Class. Commercial Advertiser, Established 17)7. Published every even­ ing. 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