Westfield Republican, 1892-04-13
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no. 2. westfield, chautauqua co., n. y.. wednesday, april 13, 1892. yol. xxxviii. deaf hate lloyd and brocton portland. lake news. the number of cottages at will be increased by some 40 new ones that ready opening next e. a. hersperger has bought mills mayville. he took possession last monday. d.k.grovett farm near dewittville, which been in litigation, come into w. caldwell, mayville, who hired 100 acres adjoining, mr. young, stock whole with cows sheep,' hiring help upon manage from on thursday evening, march 31, 1892, about one hundred guests assembled residence george zimmerman wife, 75 waverly street, buffalo, y., to witness marriage their daughter, libbie, james b. lloyd, west field. house had tastefully decorated for occasion, a little past 8 o'clock contracting parties entered front parlor where rev. chester, bethlehem chapel, pronounced ceremony, was translated sign language mute couple groom's sister, mrs. mary hollands, united them holy matrimony. after congratulations offered were ushered dining room bountiful repast served. bride is native confidence esteem all know her. groom field, an upright straight-forward young man. happy left buffalo sunday afternoon westfield they take up house-keeping fred hoiland's house, bank street. ripley cemetery association held its annual meeting stanton's hall, saturday, 9th, 3:30 p. m. president, j. horton, chair. horton tennant reelected trustees. it voted raise $250 assessment lots purpose drainage repairs cemetery. grapegrowers shipping saturday afternoon, hall. there quite large attendance members others present. lyman bennett, president association, present 39 2 favor continuing association. business lively earnest discussion cnion associations indulged several maintained. week edwin ripley, sherman, effected following sales real estate this town: john barden's south ward; lay heirs lot our village bardea; cochrane 119 side-hill c. bogart, bradford, pa., hawkins panama. died 8th, sarah j., wife s. apgar age 62 years. funeral 3 m crouch officiating. harrington sold off johnson 30 frank baxter. ripley. - school. invitation also extended interested educational reformatory work. do not many become victims strong drink through ignorance inherited appetites tendencies?" way escape?" "is any excuse sin?" are vital questions. we hope filled hear discussion. woman's christian union meet as usual friday y. rooms. subject "health heredity." earnestly requested every member , especially ones, heredity t. v. program : — instrumental solo, "loves dreamland waltzes," jennie burns. ' recitation, "red, white blue. "how hambutg town saved," ireta clever. song, "dip boys, dip oar," "the goddess history five famous women." duet, shaw johnson. "what noble," leon buck. seasons," recitation. "a lesson song,"paul "make sunshine." "no mortgage farm," 3> dixon whitney. "papa's letter," barrett. "our country." "america," v yery interesting rhetorical exercises school hall junior classes. piece well rendered- more generally known, would have patrons enjoyed them. lodge maccabees receiving now numbers 40. miss georgia titus, teacher jamestown schools, spending two weeks' vacation her parents. portland boasts cf live news boys persons chapman evening news, willie collier times, herbert smith express, freddie coe chicago blade elmira telegram. solis fletcher, esq., atlantic city, iowa, looking insurance matters his recently destroyed fire here. harris, ross mills, moved conner purchased geo. smith. grace harris returned washington, d. c, she spent winter friends. titus old hereafter make home. years living jamestown. higley, salamanca, visiting friends vicinity. a, frame barn packing raised. dean bros, building purchase burr bros. eugene dudley under way. most vineyards start tiers few tied week. cold wave struck section time night thought severe enough damage fruit buds, believed vegetation needed check received. —"why! what delicious bread you have! " oh ! yes, i always have, because use only national yeast. o. wyman, removed family east springfield, pa. charles parker occupy vacated wyman. dickenson, boss upper division l. road, met serious accident being thrown hand car handle propelling gear catching clothing. forward passiug over him throwing track other occupants, however none severely injured. dickinson leg fractured badly bruised places. clear ice boats soon running. already bees put commission. red stacks intend commence running may 1st. thoroughly repaired twelve painters set work season tickets $2.50 until july 1st; 10 trip $2.50, 20 $4. warm weather, dry roads, loud frog concerts ths evenings, people side ridge woke morning find less than six inches snow ground. g. proprietor merritt's bemus point, merritt chautauqua. board patients monroe gold cure, having accommodations 60. 16 discharged cured. theology fitted club patients. stone, frewsburg, county chief templar, spoke hartfield interest l considerable manifested temperance milton willard,who civil engineer various pacific coast mayville when saloonist meets face wrinkled smile broad pleasant ripple lake, consider wreck just remorselessly, victim treacherous water. trust yourself foolishly ought beware saloon. johnson, hartfield,late operator prospect, charge signal towers r p, & road. these four miles apart watchman stationed each prevent accidents. recent death esteemed former townswoman, c.u.drake.has brought mind train incidents connection late distinguished husband, review those knew him, instructing grown since time. breaking out war, drake tbe pastor baptist church place- man sterling qualities heart, broadest intelli- gence, consecrated devotion truth righteousness, 'of tenderest sympathy though commandingly stern appearance recognized wherever known minister great ability branch profession. unfaltering courage duty shown readiness offering services country hour peril, organiser leader men rapid recruiting co. 49th regiment volnnteers, front, captain. long before superior abilities promoted 112th volunteers commanded death, occurred battle harbor, fatally wounded while leading brigade charge. • sad reached home due time, preparations made ; but body came found necessary postpone could properly prepared burial. writer, then boy, remembers how looked rough pine box dead colonel lay, saw uniform stained own blood. nearly twenty-five afterwards, sadness hearts caused boy man, departure, can thinking talking chaplain hyde, happened so 112th, close personal go, reunion taken friend drake, naturally p lace between faithful solthe conversation drifted onto diers, separated, both whom colonel's death. incident wii1 °e neld «n l°™ng remembrance arrival box, multitudes friends, related, h * d lived, told story bow got lumber government made. said fooght, established firmly ever, . xm ■ v_j *«>d rejoiced. widow round harbor | liyed tq loved j „ devastated labored suffered kind scarce diamonds. life; son daughter barns torn down used 1 parents, source joy memory fuel, fences disappeared. wiu cherighed tenderl b pe0 ple town, even crudest known. h, stricken almost suddenly husband was, comes back, lieutenant consent, contrary orders; turning back chaplain, lumber, let ge kept hyde extracted needed, shore bore form mourned arms country's defence, prayed home, lovely three children never see father again this, wonld talk another no promptings love loyalty, lieutenant's noticed tears; impression made, plead boards send beloved parent loyal soldier in, did do, fell friend. noble qualities, pulpit bnt sale, everything confiscated or up. barge, anchor, river loaded lumber. thither went, it, states army, allow purpose. coffin carried sacred miles, point hoped get material construct one. —yeu wouldn't buy rigid buggy, wagon, sulky preference spring if seeking comfort pleasure. ride wheel, rambler, sir! distinctly great. descriptive catalogue asking, h. blowers. —bicycles $20 $150 r. f. brown. —the "agitator strain" indian games leads world. birds eggs strain tor thorougbred wyandottes light brahmas. dickson, —"better ever." course is, yeast takes lead bread-making ferments. —for hale.—two show cases thread cabinet. ben botjlt. $ 0,000 14,000 chance lifetime! carefully. given away head keai>i bead! headi sacrifice- offer foir, sale lying one-half mile southwest munson 64 dr. harold hayes, account ilt health, obliged sell fine place loss. erected magnificent barn, costing 3j£ ooo under-drained approved ana* scientific principles, using thousand feet tiling. built shop, enlarged improvements. seven tile hoop iron ground, goes farm. stocked tools run three-hundred-acre farm, including among things too numerous mention, sb! easy terms. your somebody going $4,000 deal. addn sickles, jr., broker, chapin household furniture, cash, new. fourteen teams, nei horse power saw, wagons, plows pulverizer, fact wish first-class property cost dollars cash stock. ie verythiifctg-1 *- ) \ *, •* buffalo. f o,ooo "tv @l)c toestftelfr utpublican.
|Title||Westfield Republican, 1892-04-13|
|Description||Early newspapers of Westfield, New York|
|NY Heritage Topic||Community & Events|
New York (State), Western
Chautauqua County (N.Y.)
|Date of Original||1892-04-13|
|Format of Digital||image/tiff|
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System
|Digital Collection||Westfield Local Newspapers|
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