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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - April 8, 1896, Wellsville, New York                                 N*w Yon», JMptt • —Wrtnlil,  A «ctol^ who ha» Ü4H>n ono of «h > len lfnsr M Ib« 1V«rd «od Jk if  riljr altw Mk 'opwnSon'^hloL*w«i per-  Wrtgbl w«a* to th« ho«pl»ia imirorsl dayi »go fun<l i« aAt^l ÜiiU the oporiitlon wm «ntínif raooMifal. Mf. Wrlght'i boms Il lo LcJington, Mat.__  Will r%lit th« R»in«Hi tMW,  ntw York, April a-The Richmond ooiantr bcmrd of exoli©. whloh wan clactod iMt November for » t6rm of three jmú, bM taken tip Ht stund agAlniit the Ralnea bill by «doptlag reiolutlons both to con. Mua« in offloe and to grant lloenfl«« until the oourt oí appenU haa decided on the eoBititatioBallty of the law.  MESSAGE TO CONGRESS  The President Briieved to Be Preparing One.  i  l.y ilv  h!i-  A lis-  •iui ich  kUd  uf  ■ict ■nt.  ilKÌ votilo ay. jm-  ir.  t  iBirtriiet^d For McKinley.  Baltimohk, April 8 —County oonren-Ilona were held iu Sumcrsvi nnd Aunc Arundel county at both of whloh the dol-•ffatee to etat« and diiitrlct convention! were inetruoted to vote for McKinley deich sralet to Bt. Louie.  WMkth*r IndleatloBS.  Generally fair during the dajr; probably light enow flurries; freth tu brisk eaiturly Winde,  Saratoga, April 8.—Four penorntlonn assisted Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillip«, 82 and 80 year» old, to colohrate tho 60th an-nlver»s,ry. of Ihnlr marrliige. Thf»y wero married at Colarain, Mas«,, April 7, 1830.  Cabl® Mall Car Ilnrnttd. WARniK0TON, April 8. — Considerable*  AMERICANr AGAIN VICTORIOUa  |Co*»T»d tli«miM<lrrit With Olory thfe »<1 nay at Athens. Athsns, April 8 —At the eooond day of ¡Ibe Olympio «anios thn Aniortoan cont««t-rovorwl thflmiolve« with honor. P. Curtis of th  OUBAK QUESTION THE SUBJECT.  yiie l*(»litfinnrm«fit of th« Inet M««ttnir and His With R«r  R«guUr Cah-  4MRf>r OiTen Kl«« Mnnh Talk.  Washington, April H.~8orrot.-\ry ()ln<>y called early at tiio Wiiito lloufw atid ro-malned In rkw* onnsultatlon with tho pr*>8ldpnt, undotorrod hy tho notim «hat had l>0on to tho otli'-r TiiotiilxT«) to the effect that tiiff»' would i«« no «nl'li nt meeting. Tht>ro Is reason to Uirtt  the msBtlri« vviMiId ho-v»» ìh'iti pn-it i>nii( d reganllciw of th(?fippvaranoo of t hn mcft-ui-« among the childn-n nt tU« WtUt« llou^«. In order to aíTord tint prf»sid<Mit nn oppor tuhity for privnto dflihoratior» wltii tlio ciiiei momtMT oí Iiis r.'\lil!)ot, Tor tiH\'-o iw n story currfnt, nnd it is í>elÍMVo<l woil founded, to th" <'lT<'( t tliat tlio two ^v^>r(» engngfHl iu tlm prrjmrixtiou of a «pi'cinl mcfisag«* to coiiKTo-B.  Of co\¡rt-i! tlii^ Wftii iniDHMiidtrly ««■unnod to rolnto to tlx' Cutmn tsltimtiou aud to nn exposition by tiin prrwldiuit ot 1íh> nctual Btnte of itiTnirs on the irtlfiiid i».»« rovnVI i>i thn ropor!"i of f ho Clilted r-tat?'. coti-iulnr tiicr tnintrd Hniir< i -< of irifiir-  I won the heat in whh h hocompoted for the bnrdle race, liis Urne wae 18 «co. An iKnglUhmar), Uoaldlng, won the other ! In 18?i Beo.  Elleroy IT. (Mark of tho Boston team I won the hrond Jump wlth fi metres 84 ron-tlmptres. Kolwrt (iarrott, captai« of tho Princeton toam, wa.i» »«Hiond wlth Onu'tro*. Jamoa IJ. '"oniiolly of Ilostou wai thlnl wlth 6 nu'trcH Hi <'<>iitlin<M ros,  ThnumH K, Huriitr of the Hoston ten?n won the thini licut of tho 4a>metrrs run-nlng race in 54 1 f» fipn. H. U .lanioson of Princoton wrij^ «poond.  Ilobort Carri^tt of Princoton won tho •hot put witii li inotrcR 2J o<'ntluiotn>8.  Fla<'k. nn Australinn, won tht>first h<<at of tho kilomt'trp run hi In». :i;t<i, Arthur liiakp of tho Hn'it(U) toatii wimi «erond.  In t!to trini hi (it, of tho liurdio raro W. \V. Hojt*<»t tho IJustot» Athii'tic nuRocia-tion wn'? rinfofvtod l)y Tlujnmn P. Curtis of tho B!»riii' tc/iui.  A urn'iit orowd w«« in at^rudanrp .nt. tho prftiiic find f hf tot.tv .( In tlin fvhll\iv.l con tinin'ii tiimii'iti^d. 'l'ho roynl fnnilly of (Jn'cf«' wilnc.!-iod th" K'iuk'ìì froin tln» po»i tion CHprciiilly iirovldcd for tlnìni.  exoitoment was causod hore hy tho partial burning of a cablo mall car In front of the treasury department. The explosion of an oil stove started the fire. The Iosa was noi heavy, but some Idosq mall mattar was burned.  Heart Disease 30Yrs!  Short Breath, Palpitaiion.  Mr. G. W. McKinsey, post mast er of l^okomo, In(3., and a brave ex-soldlcr, Gays: "1 bad bton .severt^ly t roubk'd with heart diseaw; ever Biiicc leaving the army at the close of tho late war. 1 was tnmlihxi with palpitation and shortno.s3 of breath. I auild not Bleep (m my left side, and bail p;iin around my heart. 1 becamo so ill that I was iiuich alarmed, and fortunately my attentiou was eailed to  Dr. Miles' Heart Cure  I decided to try it The first b>ttle made a decided improvenient in my condition, and five ixHtlea have completely eu rid me."  G. W. MciCINSKY, F. M.. Kokonio. Ind I>p. Milra Heart OiiPo ifi sold on p. p<».<itivH Kuarant-»>f! thai ilio tirst liott lC! will iK'iu'tit* AiliiruKKistHBcUitat Sl, G bottlos forfe, St will tMisoiit, prcpiiid, ou rcvt iji! thoDr.Mi lca Modleal €o., Elk  jnntion. Thoro I» n roRolutlon Itcfor«! thi> proal do nt, I'fiHst^d at tJ)o instfiiiotí (»f Sohív tor Honr of Ma.-^siichusBOtH, enllinfî fur tiiin Information. Il is n-nsoiifd limt ilio jirc"»!di'iil in lrniin-  Itnllun i»j..<rntl«.n'« In Nortli Afrl< A,  IloMK, April «.-A dl'ipntoh from -Man-hn-i 1m>'M1 rcrcivhI 1hti> liy vv.'ty Poriru Islnnd, rcporthiijf tlmtnfter Coloiiid Htovmii'w vi( tory over I tic l)"rvinlio,s nofir KftHialn (ITI SntMrdny. In i\ hnftlein wiiiidi ho lost ion mm nnd inlilrtcl n hiss erti inntcd nt f'^f) iipon th«-» Dcrvlfiho«, he r»>-t^irncd to KaHSiiila nnd tlio 1)itvìhìio.<ì ro-tlrt'd U) till- forts f^nd cntronchnmnts Tueruf.  t)n IhH following day Cnlnnfl PtoTnnl  mittlng tho infornmtion ask od may fco! it I wwlcTVTwroTiTiolgsancD of Tusruf nnd-vlf*  his duty, In vli-w of tlio ovfArwholniing majority by which ttio Cuimn eoururrcnt resolutions panwd iioth hranchd« of con-grcB«, to coino out vrith a plain ntatfiin nt of tho reasons that Intluoncij- hlnr In pro-Borving uunioved th« position Iw hna m-BUinud toward the inHurrcction In (;uha, showing from tho Ivfit ohtainnblo information that hftH roaehi'd Idni tliat roKardiosH of tho gynipftthy ho may feol jiorsoimlly for the InHurpont.M, ho is ahsolutoly iiound by tho fncts aa ho (¡ers tlu iu b;^ rt pivw dent and hy tho diutiitos of intoniatioaai law to por«int In hi« attitude.  This vitsw of the mattor, of courfie, applies only BO long as tiio presldont Is left froe to d«oide upon the course to be followed by tho gfjveramrnt, slnoo It may bo that he would taiio nn ontiraly dlifcrant view of tho matter if congrass should send to htm «. |ol«,|;,.re8oliitiou embodying tho features of those «)ncurrenl'WWltithsnBi' and assumed that by «o doing the legislative branch had taken tho direotlon of tho matter out of his handn.  While It is thought likely tho president may Bend in a nu^ssego to congress In transmitting th« Cuban Information re-quoMted, It Is not certain tliat this metiaifo will bo more than a formal latter of transmittal. Thoro are good reasons why tho consular reports should he handled very guardedly, sine» o\ir connula have to continue resident in Cuba and the work on which the president is believed to be en-gftgetl may l)o in the nefcur'« of ftPtatomeut of facts or «un\m&ry of the jualn fe&tur»« of tho confidential consular report».  WHERE WAR IS k JEST.  Progress of Nicarasrua*« Farcical Revolution.  EAT, DBINK AND ABE MEBBT.  HiMieM In th*  Live In M, nav«  I>nw Pfty and ETsrytMsig  right.  orously attackod tin? forts. He captured gonio of them, luit w«« unable to entirely dlnlodgo tl)o Dervi.eheH: ifo therefowi rn-îurtieti to Kns'^ala nnd Informed (ii oeral líaldisíera, rtuiunander of tho Italian forces in Africa, tlu>t ho wn« convinced that liN foreen wer« fitrong enougii and Hint he iirnpnrtcd to rcnow the attack in tlie nior!iln¡r.  In vimv i,f the ^'loe-nil «ituatiim, however, (ienerni lla!d!ri!«ir.ii refoKod to Bane-lion thin plan and ordcnnl Colr.nrì ntevaiil to evacuóte l\HK^ala and to retire with his column upon Agordat, half way between KaBsala and .Masgowah, «hich Colonel btevani ia now doing.  Bimwlan KsplorJngr KxppdJtfon.  Pt. l'KTÎ-lâsîiriti;, April ii. —Tim e.xpedl-tion of tho liuHsian (teo^raphicnl fioclety, ei|u!pjnid fur tho exploration of the Ir-,iljutak region of .'-^ibt-rln, ha» Btarted and ?lli"feo a'iîiieiït'fot-t'hîw.yw*..,, ■,...........  CHARLES GAITHER'S DEATH.  f prire  liarU liid  Hol toH'ilE'iti'B&L^ai Co  of N-V Yo. !.■  •f^pecia^ ^'eatures  otiio.so i,f>r,u. B'kiu» t:iT4l!I,IMIH) IN f AivoUueKí-i-urity  8p» eifie Wif lidrawa! Privilcges. No Eutrunet» ur  Síi-niburdhip FecH Havin^ aod Íjííhii Hhíirctí ou muuíhly m-failm.'nt.i p.iyiüfj; upe.'ard^ of 10 per <*'nt |>er aiumnj  AU"fuj!idjíinve#téd in Bouiíh asid Mort-(m ím impr<?VtHÍ Ueai F^t-alo in New dy.  Fot Sbarw or furtber inforniHüon  Bue to A<el<lc-jit, hsit the fítre«tcar Com-jMiny Cpnüiirod.  kkvv "voisk, Aprii H.~The coroner's jury inve.'^tiKaun..r the cauHo of death of Charles F. (iaüh  diet ' v. " Htre r , ;  LA LTBKRTAn, BaWmlor. April 8.~Plno« the advloos of Mareh 18 and March 80 ««nt from Corinto tliem have been no battles l)etwoen the opposing foroos of President Zelayaand tho lyjonlst rebels in Nicarar  The rr«pecttvo domandi of tho two fao-tlon» which leti to the failure of the .Salvadorean ppao^ commission were, on Ze-, lay a'« part, that tho rebels shotild lay down their arniM and ylold th<dr leaders. Gon-crai Hoca, tho relxd leador, proposwi that both fiKIVO to tho nominwj of oongross as tho dopo.ltory of th" oxooutivo power until a national ehn-tlon ihoiild l>e hoUL Iloth of tho, propoflUlons were disaiyjroTcd !>y the opposinjf party nnd both wero ro-Jocted.  Tho oporatlonflja the war seom to have corno to a istanditOY. About l,(KiO Honduras troopa, under tho comnjand of the vice president of Honduras, C, Ilonilla, iscou-piwl i'uol)lo, In the fertile Valley of the Klvlejo In Nicaragua, and with free routes honio%vftrd. They are ojipoeod by alw)ut an equal number of tho Nioaraguan rol>els, under tionoral Ortea, atChinandega. Pree-Idont Zolaya'8 troppi, o^.tho . other JfcuMid, ocoupy Nrtfraroto and Mateare, near the woatorn slior» of Managua. They  are apparently few In number, or they would ■ have niado a demonstration In favor of tho Hontlorean allies, who entered NicaraKUft nofth of Ixjon, the relwl capital, nearly a month ago ready to cooperato with Zelaya to tAko:that plac.e.  It la reporte d that Gennrai Booas' Insurant tri>oim, under Gonerals Chlrarrira, Herodoro  and Ijariiwt, near Naragot^», ®ro taking ndvantng» of th« '«ng inaction of Zolaya's troops at Nagarot^s and aro ilank ln(i*thotr position, threatening tho capital.  All three of tho«« »rmlos are largely niado up of undluciplinod and easily irlghtaued Mosos,. UcMatover, they now occupying the b«Ht hou.ws in the Pneblon, aecompanieti by their women, with no work to do, frw.ly fed and clothed and in leH.^ danger really than they usual ly are when p««««!aljf oconpl«d.  ..........Ww1s"tts'nfr"®"'"ptb«i(lil'g' Toe'f®&tti'»ii''.'to  thorn and tliey are littlo disposed to fight. The enga^oments are only light skirnv Uhes, lasttnK only a few minutes and are confined to eaixnotiadlng at long rango with Pinoli cannon. Mc.Mitlmf tlio Indufiirlal producer« and  nvmon, N. Y., April &~Th» hcmtú of lupwrrtaom Columbia ooonty «tanda jl/9IIìlO0fii(10 uy OtiO, but a contest bme<im-»•noad thai may ehang* the original ro-■nit. A pareraptory mandamus was sarvod on Um «Iftotlun Inapoototr« of New Lebanon ocHifieUlng then» to ahow canae on when th* writ 1« mad« return-Justlcrt Kdward». why then^ ihould not tm a r*oount. It is elatmod that aeveral ballota ware thrown out which would have elootod the llepublloan auper-▼laor.  A oertlflcaU of election waa giren to the Democratlo candtdakt, who, U wm stated, waa 6l»ctwi by thn>«.  Contost« will also be ma«le. It Is sal 1. iu Hlllndalo and (iermantown.  las rUy s Blongr«! rolittr*. kan<^as fitv. April h -After a cam t>algn fSllod with unusually roorlm*  ln*th)n and strife, and In which partlos were spilt from center to elroumference, the city elwîtlon passwl off as i)eaocfully a>a a May i)arty.  A. P. A. and antl-A. P. A was the principal Ifisuo, wltli a sld<* l!««ue of r»fortu government. TJio novelty was ¡>ros<>nt4»d a Kepublloan e« maytir, Henry C. Kumpf, aprominont banker, running for that ofBwj on an Indi pendent Demoeratlo tick^.t. With Jdm on tho ticket won» pol-Iticiana from both old parties.  Un th" K.«p\Ud(can ticket .Tame» M „r,.-. 1.>.1 ^f (I 'ht for tho A P A.  as iho ref^nlar HepuMiean nojnineo.  Ho far M out of the hiJ pn rincts give the Republican tlckot hoadml by Jonos a u jorlty of over Kumpf, Indepeudont Denjoorat. Tho remainder of the candidate» are too m xed to estimate.  Seemingly No Limit to Nefarious Deeds.  ■■ -i f'.ir, I'.i,, ïirought. in ft ver-• ''' liHiires tht) Metropolitan ..! (■ inpany. <íí;.' .l'i t ;;.;-,ied to board a car at C»»-hiî:.' .. .'V • and Kiglity^iirnt strci-t nt U . oti Ihc niorniníí of March !(>.  l'i; ^ ,ic Wíis luiullnfí a «lunvplow and the platform giviert wore closed, tho car nut bo-  Jmmmtnmn'» Mayor Ra-ElMted. jAMEfiTuWN, N. Y., April 8.—In tho raünlölpäl eîéctlorîs her» l>scsr F. IMce ehícted mayor by a very large majority. The présent will bo Priec's lifth consecutivo tern». Ilo was Indorsed by all except the Prohibitionists.  Of the olght aldermen electedi'seven are Republican», tho Democrats »oourlng only ono. The Republieana also elootod city clerk aud supervisor.  Congre««' Action Crtt!c!»ed.  Pabi.% April 8. - The Teraps, corament-Inff upon tlievoto In th« United Stat^g houbo of n^pro.sontatlves ou Cuban aJJairs, Ba»:  "The ac! i< IS of congroai eetabllBhes record for diplomatic indecorum. The resolution waft voted bftoaii«o congress knew It was giving a sword blow In tho water. PrcBident Cleveland will allecl Ignorano») of the resolution, and Spain, In Bpita of hor juKt liullgnatliìu, will act wlaoly alao in Ignoring a demor»gtrailoa which ia predestined to failure."  Ajïaîtiit Siiiiiîay I'ubUcations. ' Nkv.' Yoiuc, Apri! H.--Tho .Methodiet Epliicopal eonfertinco, in eai.slou in this city, u(ioj>ted Itsngthy resolut ions in favor of tomperanoo aud against Suuday publl-catlcna.  "That Little  Cough"  Stete OBh For Sbarw or f Apply to H. Â. ÜÍUBie îiocal Treaa.  if.iiinfc. Mgr.  ®r A|*pïîea4.lon C^an he l^it With Barnes Brt»«. at Tiio Brj»<>*ter «'Tm.co.  î.ïnem typjswktts?itì l'aí'b».  Liaoa paper, legal aud letter ske, for bwjwraand olbora use on the typewriter. for a^e at tUs ^fflce.  may lead-to Consuiiiu" tion. Cure it at once with the old, reliable Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the greatest remedy liiiowti for Cough, Cold, Orippö, Croup and air BroiicllW Affectloiis.  Dr. Bull's Coi^gh Syrup  Is the best and costs only 25 cts. Avoid gubstltytes.  chsw lanoe's pldqs, The flfsit Tobacc» Ant!.  Jr'e, !0o. rfsalerg oi WSB, Ä.O.Msi#ACö.,Balto.  .Mit  >p.  firK*'  Tm I to  gST îiÂT»li BRfiK  WEI.1.SVILLK, N. ¥. ■ .  -CAPITAI. $100,000.  Uiitiividcd Profits aud bttrpltts ^DU^i^^V  W. F. JONES, P!;esident, C. A. FARNUM, Vice-Prest.  Ä GENERAI, BANKING  Commerciísl Pnp^-r l)îsc«uuted-aiul .LOANS No Interej-st I'aid oil Depoaitsi.  TKANSACTS  F. !-i. FUKMAN, Gashicr. J. B, JONES, Asr.t. Cashier.  business.  JkCCOlJNTS Solicited  Made oil Ftivor.'ibi® Terms.  william F. JONES,  CLARENCE A FARNUit  DIRECTORS: WU.LiAM DUKE.  GEORGE E. BROWM.  J. BAiNBRlDCE JONES  Inp in iiassenger Korvico.  AVitne.Hsea for the company testlfled that they savv (iaither run out fronì tho side-%valk to board the car, ihnt they cried oul to hlm th;it tìw car took no paesengera, that ho Hprang for ilio platforrn, hit agaiiitit tht' Knto and was kiiocked off, BtrikinR again.-t an elovated ruad post aisd fallinfi under tho «nowplow.  He wah iui.eu to the ItooSovclt hogpltnl, wheneo lie v.aH rcmoved to tho Grand Uiiion liotid, wiiere ho died on March iiO, Tho verdlet of the jury wa» that do ceatied canm to bla death in tho Grand Union hotvl on Mareh oO by being rcci-dentully t^ruelv, on Maroh IG, on Columbus avoaue, no/ir Eighty-iìrat, by a snow plow atUMduìsi u» » «outhlKvund moii-Jiig car of tho Metropolitan Htrtiot Hailway comi»iUiy whih.1 atlouiptUig tu board said car; and wo woMure «aid rallway com-paiiy for not employlngliìocimeiary preoau tions to pnivenl «aiiì ttcì^idont. We eion-or/ite tho ijripmau uf tho uar fraiu ali blauìe.  HlitlKiii liyan Siowly InjproThig. Bia'FAi.o, Aprii H, — Bitdu>p llyau'» con dltlon has nmterially iniproved. Ho la a dnngerouriiy sick nmn, 5mt hitjx'ondltion its iiot coiisiden d afi criticai oh It wuh frouv Saturday night until yeaterday, when silglu. impfoviMneiit bi gaii, A cuinpih'a-tiulì ijf iMluiiUuUi: hiiù ; ;uì;.; d thiwvhu ¡,i i ug tura in Ilie bitihop's llln(•f.^rl, wiileh on hal-urduy nr. ì: ■ um'ìì « vident. lìr. John Cro-nyn, vvlio ìììì,^ been in con.«(tant aitcndunci* upon liitìlu'.i) lìvisn, snìd: "The Ciinipilea-tion of comiitioiìri which lia« brouKht tho blHjiop to bis lied i.s Hpò' to terniimito ;Mid denly, a,4 it iuih i'tuìi>d in tiio caBcs of utìier greut iiien, ì)iit I iiìUh^ipartv no chance for the vvs'ri.it juiit iiov.'. Hi» iuUiuut-d 7,5  yoarri, niakeiì bis rei-istaui-ii tu aii attack uf  dliiea:.e. k-!<:i powcrful tlùin ctiuld bo wlah-»'d, bui oh pies'ioiiH ami nlniUar o{iea.*ilona tho lìishop hus fought off tiw altivck wLtl\ succeriH." .  Bpeciiit .tfjrnt» ^lust Bo K«»Hì5ne(i. ai.ii-\n\, Aprii h.—(jovornor Morton, Hervice Co!niìil«aÌi>!!erH Hurt, und t'i)bh. Statutory hì-vì.-ììoìi Conunìs.s5Ìoner Linc'iìu, Stato Conuiiit<.-jioner of Exciso J.ynusn, -Mr, Cullinau, attoriiey to Mr. I.ynuiiì, atei ("hitif i'ivU : . i v h o E.^amltier Fowicr le.dd a !>i> (>!lt>g aiuì eoubidered th« mattor of pnrting tho pofitions of thu r>».) H5)éclal agciìfn, wh(-<iie ap[)oint!iieiitH Hi't-i nutìiori/ed hy the HtaUi lUiiior tax iaw, under competitive, exenipt or jioncomi)ut-Hlvo eivil hervlee Kcheduleri, Ttu< wholo nuitter wisa thorouKidy discuBSed for over two iuiurri. Nono of the ¡)arneipam.ii iu tlio confereiu'o would nay anythlng a.s to wliiit W<i3 di-i«riuii>inl. Xt r»'portiHÌ otl tiie l><>Ht of aiithoriiy, however, that tho uppllcanta will be couipelled to take au «xamlnatìoti midor tho eivil jjurvico of a iiouoompetiiivo naturo.  i'iitiiarclift Ili iisHBit«.  PrriVtU'Kii. Ivan., Apri! S........The aunual  meeting . of tho «nprcìiie IsHige of tho l'atrlarchs «f America coiivened in this city. Therc are over l.UOU Patriarcha iu atleiidauot).  wagc ¡■arner.'i of the country aro eufforing Boveroly nnd bnid mutterlngs of dl-^sooiì-t^uit are heiinl over tho c,xpen«ivo main ti'tìanci- of arudes whleh aro doing notli-Inp,  The.Cniti'd war.-ihip aickì. l».«Ull  nt (^Oinio Htnl «11 Is (jiilel thcre. Cnited JStateH t'uji.^ular A^i^nt Polazìo at i'ormio flhowa hiinMìIf ftttenlive to tho intcrestn both of citizeui of tho Uiilted hjtat-«« and o£ Europea!!H.  SKIRMISHES IN CUBA.  Spaniard» Report .^evoral Small Vioíorle»  Over the ln«nrgeuts.  Havana, April 8.—Tl\einsurgentsplun dortód nnd Iturnod three stores at Sumidero, provinco of Finar dttl Kio. Tlie iiowb was conveyed to tho nearest Spanish commander, and a forco of cavalry wai t In pursuit of tho enemy. The troopera ovorlooli the inHurgents near tho city of Pinar del Kio and klllod six of them.  Tho Sn.suriiontM under liandora recently surprised a dctaelnoent of f^panisli troops at night l)y advancing upon the latter' uulpu.it-t au<i cht-erirrK fr.r iipaln. But the troopp, conhihtlng of t^he guerillas of tlio village of CoMsolaeion and tiie garrliion of tho town, Del Norte, euon found out the deception anil tiixnKHl lire upon the insurgent«. Tho latu>r. howuver, tiirow the placo into a panic and «uocoeded In burn Ing live Htores beforo th*jy wero beaten off  Tho luBurgents kft 29 killed In tho street« and in the morning tho troops sent out tc xvcuiiuolter fouud iWJ UBWly luad gravea of tho Insurgenta aud it Hupjiosed that the lutfer rutlrwd With máuy wound ed  i))!l(Ui i1 iidvli ( ;) ri ecircd hero ftuia V! nalt s hay that .Maceo «tt.acked the vlllagi) of i'alma, near that place, on March 'M and siu i cfdi ii In entering tho place by \)asHÍ¡íu iniobaiTve;! thn.'UKh the tafiacco fichiíí in ir.-, vlí'íiiíty. ■ Ho plundered iiumíj. r of rtton'j and approached «ciiurcli whicii had been converted Into a fort. Tho ln:UH>;cntis, hov.'üvur, rcpuii;ed  %Ytth the lo.^rt of Sí» killed and 90 wouudcd The Harriftítu loit nix kliied and hml 17 V.'oar.ded,  Noliw to Tti<ño®opli!»tn,  Nkw VoiiK, April h.—J. I). Ihu^k. art ing preddent of tho T!u'^;:f!ph!cal society in A laerica, haw issued a t p.-idal notice all niombera of the organi/.atiun notifying them that the exticutlvo cumniittoo he» decidi-d to luild the next convi.'utlon In Madison i-quari< concert hall, New York city, April ¿'1 and i'7, and not In Chicago aa oi!«inal!y ielfiidcd. Tht-»Jeath of lli lato Prosub'ut, W. tj. Judge has caused this chango in the prttgram.  t:»iK<rt. Forner Ariiest«!«!.  Havana. April .....Juan Urlald, tho  principal of the gang of forgers who havo rocontly been oporating In Now York Bwludiing August Beliunnt & Co. out of f„'4,(K)e>, lias b"en Brroated In Coruna. Urlald arrived hero on March IS from Ivey We.st and nailed fur|(,\jni!u>p mi March by the Fn»nch Ktoamer Wa»lilne:ioa.  wm Rt lliirllegtOQ,  New Youk, April 8.-Tho Society of tlio iArmy of tha i'otomao will hold St« Si7£h auuual reunion thia year at Burling tou, Vt., on the llith and 17th of Saptem ber- Ceneral Orand Hmlth will be the orator and Captain Jack Crawford the iiOiit scout, tho puot.  MORTI SHORTAGES DISOOVEEED.  TalaabiA K*t»tt<s I.f«ft In Hti  JTound tn Uavn Dwlndlcd to Ui* cilLt mlnullv* l>roportlons B*"  tiMnth th« Cashler-a _  M»tle Tourh.  TIomr, N. Y., April 8.-~?><<n«at'ons are coming fast In connection with tho Fort Htanwl* bank and the late treasurer, eorgf) Barn arti.  In addition to the affair« of the Clark estate, whloh have bwn mad« tba aubject investigation, another strange condition of affalra In »till another estate ha* Ijoen unearthed.  Before Surrogate Holder, UnU«d Stat«« Commissioner Rowland, In behalf of Mre,  Liscie Vandomark, made a motion for the  CU-eeland the Candldat*? New Yokk, ApHl « —Tho Wot id prints double leaded editorial today iu which It asks whether tho h ^'ic of the political sit-uation that hnn led ttio Hepubiican inmm» to support McKtnley will not compel tlio nomination of Cleveland by thu Demo crat«. Tho jiaper Bays: "Tho World doM not a.*«ert that th!« Is ho. it raliie«' th«) question. It Invito« publlo discussion of It." _  baftuilt .County ««turns.  .il.—ittfturns from It) towns of Salfolk county Indicate that the liepublicnus have carriod eight ond tho Democrat» two. All tho towns voted on tho optional clauses of the Rfiine.'i law.  Uu tht. llaincH law clau.WR Hheltor Iiil and and Kam Hampton returns Iruiicalo went dry. Tho other.-} votod for all kinds ol lioeusea.  Wojnrn Active In Colorado. Dknvek, April Eloctionn were hold In ftU tlio Cities atul tovvn« of tl-o slate exoopt ik-nvtir.  stakw, though tho Itepubllcans glfiie't^lty nominated party tiuKots. The wouion werw m a rule well repro&onted at tho poll« and iu iiuuiy inktanceii had places on tlie tlctieti». No rcturmt havo yot been reported.  <Julet Eieetious In IIUiioln. CilU Ai.o, .:Vpril a,--It in imposHibio la glvw any summary of tiia rcsiik uf uio eie< tion» throughout the state. The election wero for tiio mo>it p:trt on strictly lot Jssuei! nnd in many plncr-"» i-Uj/Hti«' tickots in wliich both KepubllcauB and Deuiucrals comblised, wero hi tho ileid.  adtnlnlstrfttora of George Barnard's estate to «mdor an acconntlng of the estate of . Hyde IjefflngioeU. left in trua* witfc Barnard for Mrs. Vandemark. An Inventory of the estate filed by Barnartl showed ita value to l» 140,(lOO personal property, Including IIO.OiTK) In atock of the Fort Stan-wix bank, valued at 118,000.  It lii alleged that all that can be found remaining of tho estate 1« ono eeeurlty of The Burrogftto Issued an order for  Victorj For liamtiorats.  BCHKNJ:eTA¡)Y, N. Y., April H. ~ The charter election wm hold hora. Every thing waR ovorwhelijsingly DenUicratic. Thefiotmnnn coiinciV, howere-r, is ntHl Hm publican, tho nn.ijority not being «ufli cluutly reduced to chango tho coniploiioa of tho board.____  ITtnh KepublJcttii Coav®i»tlon.  Balt Lake CiTY, April b.—Tha Kopul)-Hcan Btato conventloa haa elected Fratik J. Cannon, Arthur Hrown, C. E. Allen, Isaac Truinbo, W. li. MoComiiok and Thomas Kearns as delegates to, the íát. 'iou!« cuovoiiiion.  Editor I^andls For Co»gT«»f.  CRiwFoHisHVnJ.R, Ind., April 8 Landia, edltur of tho Delphi Journal, was  iiuiiilii»ai.iü tot by lliö iU-i)u!dl  cnn« nf'f ho Ninth dlitrict, General Lt>\v Wallace prcbided.  Iltiliub llcans Wia In WlBooKuln.  Mu.wal'kkk, April 8,—Tluiio e.€-öm.fj no doubl tliRt thü ontir«5 Kopublican ticket ok'cted by fi largu plursiity. it«>tara« are grejiliy dtdaycd,  r«tr}i»rch.j| Mf-tit mt Uamm,  Romk, N, Y., Anril H.--TIi8 tbird nn niinl dep,art?nent coniicll of Pstriarchs Militant of tho Btftte of Niv/Yoik, repr spiillng the hi)i!j0r d. • • -„-f t ¡dA FiiUow fililp, convancd In Ma.a,juiü htsU liert?. the oponingof thofiesilon Csptain Church-lil of Wecdflport pn'sented E. C. t>hfc«.for President of tho depnrtruont couuoll, wlth a corupletö set of tho proccedingö of th® Bovereign grand lodgo from its inception to thc presont time.  I.j'DoliiBg- Narr-owiy ATLANTA, April H —A »peelal from T«^ Sooton, (ia., uays Ur. W. L, Hydwr, who ai«tt»t,inatod Miss hallie Emma Owens Sunday night, was removed to Columbu» The guard around tho jail are still on duty thort\ HSxty tnounted men came tn  to  lynch Ryder, but cool he.%dsi íjjifwased the party. A,t a ma.«;hmoetlng Jud¿o Bobb requested to call Immediately tho superior coiirfc.  ■Won»«!« I'arrjf a linos«* Tow«. ci'mmahkun, iCan.. Ayril S.—The worn enwore vlctoriou» in the election he;«,"-Mra, U. A. (,'urtiri ia-'ing elected mayor by a Bmall majority uvor'Dr. liawreno©. The «leotlon board la conipoaod wholly of women.  lii  ARNARD'S RASCALITIES  His  CRI8P-8MITH CURRENCY DEBATES,  fifi  Nkwnaîî, Ga., April 8.—Th« thlM of Ibe joint financial discussion» tuftween Becrctary Smith and ex-.Spe»!»« Crtap woa Ustonfd f^ hnro by an »udiencw of ftlxmt 4.0*». ih)th e|>«akera ar* aufferlng from throat trouble and have been f<»r blddf»n by i»i>.«ctali«ita t4> speak on «ueçes-i>iv«daye In míiíw<}»»onc.p the debate dett for tonight has be«»n declarod off Mod th® Iw.i iinani'lal champions will meet next in Albany on Friday,  F,X-h|»eMker OÍHP rr»pljrd to the that he had not always i>een for »ilvfr. He said tlmt v, U.-n h«« wan <«lce.t<»d he waH lHtr,< rly opp hod by (ho Ijmt on ac» count of hi<4 naanci.il view's. Ho said that two .MnxHachiifU'ttrt D-mocrati« hani voted against hlfs »•!•■= !ic,n. His vote preVL'nt<>d, ho Bald, tho tabling of a frw coinage bill.  With tlii-i personal n*plttnatiou Mr. Crisp launched Into th« silvor question.  The iieci'otary of the Interior waacheen-d on Ixdng lntrf>diic<»fi.  •'Judge (.rlsp," ho said at the outset. "Iia»«t>oght to crfiatfl tho Imprensloa that I am opposed to the tuo of both gold and •livor. I an» In favor of that system which will give m tho largeet use of both. I úb-ny that unlimlUnl col nag« of silver will give us"btmet»lii»m and I ptopo«« to^w^-It."  Thft BeôMtàrî^i öbW poltit« -sp-- ; plauded apprcclatlvoly and his conolaidon produced prolonged cheering. Ono r«iior-enoe in hi» remark« to I'rosldont CU"ve-land awakcntsl a demonstration with li half a mlnutei.  an accounting, t<i be made In three weeha. The luiministrators of Bamnrd'» estât« are James Barnard, a son, and E. C. Car-i>entor, brothor-ln law. It la claloiod that all Mrs, Vandnmnrk >ssö«Beg now is a farm on whloh «he Uvea and thi« may Iw levied i»n to pay up the Imnk st^k whloh »ho bold».  Investigation ha« also l>©en niado regarding tho manner in whloh thu ostato  Barnard, ha« lK»en handled. The Widow of Wllìlam Hughes ha« filed I inventory with .Surrogate llolder showing that the estato thus left in trust'was valued at nearly fg.ixw. According to tho allegation:! and claims niado l>y Mm. Hughoti, previous to . Barnard'« «nlcído, she askod him Pj inafee an accounting and bo produced ligure» to show that lio had in bis poiaesfilon |ñ,(XiO of tho untata and vouchors for the balanoc» After Barnard'« death John R. Edwards as mmlo iwlminist n&tor and according tp hla ilgureg but rtimalntxl with no  TonehwR tn Bhow how the rest of the es*  The r^» in  question Is <ui de¡>ortit in the Forfc Stan-wlx bank, antl it wil! depi nd upon tho amount of divldomls how much of thai auiuunt will bo rofuudod. Barnard wm also aasignoe of the eatato  CON  GHESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS,  PwtoiBfte »ìli After »  the P«  Wvetf  WAî^niKoxrî.v, April 8.—The po«tofflee appropriation bill, which ha« «ngMwsed the attention of the senate for admost a week, Vim passed by that body Just previous to adjournment.  Tho entire day, with the eseeptîoînif a f&w .ininut<tt„ at th,a b¡!.*glnnJn|f.oí Sion, wa« devoted to debate and voting upon the amendnumts proponed to the bili, the Wolcott aniotulnient for the conjtolidac -'iîoÂ' iff  eelvlng tha- great«* shM'«""*  Tha dlscu>.si(»n on this propialtlon again took the form of a debaMî upou the merit» of olvil ftcrvlcc reform, and Wiis p&rtieipat.-©d in by Mcfisrp. Vilas, Wolcott. Allen and mu, Ho^r, (Tornj«», Stewart and other». Tliej'i! wert:» «cune rather «plrlîi<d dialogue« lietwee^.,.\1c«Hr8. Vils» ami Allen and iHtfwcon Me««r«. Wolcott nnú Hill. Air. Vv'olcott criticised Secretary ymlth for his j articipation in the íieorgí» oanspaign ruid Wiw replied to by Mr. Hlit The ami ndnicnt was defealed by a do-  ■&l§lv» voUs r«M-4-.iv4«g.....  IM Bupps.>rt.  of George (^lark, tho largest land ownor in New York «tate, who falbxl in 1887. By an t>rder of tho court Mr. Barnard wfws di-reot#d to de|)oalt tiio-fund« of tho catato with till» Manhattan Trust company of New York <'ity. 'I'he order alno required him to lilo with tho county clerk of Ot-ßügo county every «ix month» a true, Bworn gintciuont of tho- condition of the affairs in his charge.  Tiie IftHi rci>ori sva^' made 3niy lit), 1895. It showed that tiiero wag on dopcHält %vit.h the ManhnitHU Trust (xmipauy, m m-«igne<i of the Clark estate, fW.iWi.Td, and that thoro was on deposit at tho Fort ."átanwis iî.iîik llS.yiS ('.y, ur-a total cash on hand of Î.VJ. li 3 tó.  Tho Manhatt.ui Tru.^t cumfmny now ba<4 on hnnd only f« aoi.ül. Tho "í;tì,9iH.((9 8uppo!seii to ÏXi in tho Fort .^tanwi.t bariii 1« actually repR'SüUt'd liy an overdrawn account t>f €i,-li.K). .  Mr. Clark died soon after he made, the assignment, Tlie creditori of tho Clark ptitato liow find' the estati» practically valueless, althmjgh Mr. Barnard hvi»t July re,porl«l it to havo nearly fi^XlH^iV c.'tsh on B." Imná. Pres!tît>nt î^tîny of tli.edenifu-rFo'rt Stíinwlx bank is one of Mr. Barnard'^^  bondanv.i!'. iu tb-a Cku-k estate niatter Th-.' estate of tlio Iato !». V. Seldun is alao on tho bond. Mr. Leiden, wh.) dled a few years a^o, wa« a largo Un.ubcr deaior in this city.  CLARA BARTON REPORTS.  Rssil €r<>«3  of  %V(>rk Meeting With Best HîicooM III Armeiila, Nt-vv yuuík, April a. —Thu following enhlogram was r.-coived tïf Sjismw Tfa^k from .Miíís Clara Barton, president of the ' Bed Crosa eocioty, who In charge of tho relief work In .\rmonla:  <"0ií8TAsnK0ets, April íí¡rt-í»rer Trtv-sk. Kew Voris:  ünr ciirpfl ot phyíioñina and eapjùii'S Jçfl Hcyricûl A.iiriî 3 aud wU! r«Aeh Mtsrash oa îii« ît'tfi. ScNiisr^r ' <iî typhoid sud other rti.it> fr..ni sîarvntiiin «.nd exjvo(inr»:» BtSAhntwl lo-i <'r(i:.«i r»Ji>ort.-( je..,t r^oeivesi from car expcdi-ti-.'!iM which «re meeting with splendid n\i<f. n sK. Ho ouiirutuioaa nor Turkiih supsirvi-hh,u. lié híii bc-en wroiigiy reported. iCvcry fu'-ility oîT'ircd. Weîcrtnn»d OTery v/here. jjiirtv w.jrkiixg l><-twi.ciri Marash,-Zflitoun M.t latí» aad llarpoot. The oth«r between i.).irf<»h.  l)i»rl'55kir and nari-Hxit Vs,siting tirwiit» »r,d vUlíiKí'« «a r<mtí>, Uivíng wiiore  laudt nced«l. Bahtox  ri-í'P!»raílMiis For Andr««'« Upí^nse Trip.  Mt.Nnuí.M,, April 8.—í-ir Donald Sïiiît!i, gov(>rnor<if tliè Hudson Bay ccin-pany, ha« bccu InHtnmted by hit agt'ht in Lotuion tb.at tho iSwee-illshAuibaasador ha« rcqcíeííited tho company to Inform, «II their agent« in tho n'orth to wat^h out for Andrtio, tlìé balbxuüst, who !» trying to  reach the North pole, and to get them, ai» well aa the Eskimo« and Indians w!io IIVM in the«« latitiidcfl, to furnhih him spd" hig cointfftikloïàà ull-tbe aid in their power  ""in th« ilon«».'" ....... ■ '  The house i])cnt the day .debating a bi!! to Ok the-rand.'ird of wetg^sss and mm«-nreë by tîse adoption of thé rootHe fiystem ftfter July 1, îsîh, and a proposition that the governn¡( ut «hare with the District of C'.'Unublft, the expr.nse of creating cialntaining ft publie library In the ciiy of Washington.  The I;-.îttr wr-.s d—1 î;î í,> î ,'7—-íuei  tli« íttli- of l!.<i ili.,. 1 ¡si i-ili fciuì  hang« ill îfu'ii.tlatK . < hi a rieinir %'ote ii wîi» deferì;'.li - i". ■ —hiit C. W. .-ì;,-.,-of l'i ïiTi'-v i'. c.f . , < ¡i.ti; iiinu of tiif «littee on I ■■ : -x". weights and meaaUrcs, who h;!f> : tüe suijject much «.tcen-  tlon Jiiel ¡>.' V, ".riiìiy t-upp'-rti-d If, t-e-ourcd M .í.,i-i:.;id îiaV". si!;a pi :u\ing Iii« W>Uî.-t;!- ib-- Hí'i ;..>iìi  That xxmr in a man's stomach which makes hita ir-ritabie and BÙ-^ra-bîe and unfit for bus-hu;» or pleasure -it caused, .by indi^es-tiott, ■ ''Infiígestiísn, like cltarity, covert a ts^ultilude of &ir.s. • TÎI« irouMe "umy Ise. iu slouiauh, liver, trowels. Wherever it îK, it is raiisrf by tlie preiÄnce of |x;js<.>n-ous. refuse matk-r wíñcli Nuture has been' unable to rid btrseîf oí, unaiüetl. In such ernes,' wim lg feîKi down a .He heiillb oiEcer, pcrftojùîkil ■ .bv Out of Dr. Ficrc^'s'Pk^i»-. -atil Pellet», to sea^li out the- seat_ of tîouî.'le !ìiil1 fî-âiove tbo o.íUíic. Chsc little "Pellet" will rerviòvc a very big- luiup and act as a Reiìlle- laxative. Two " I\i-k'ts" ísre a c.itharlíc. A  "course" oí " Pellet-. " Nvill aire ìiiì'.ìk'ctj-tion ft'f7u>iKit¿íf}. It will «fr coiiMíi^w-tiuu. Ailci tij.á, joiî L.iii isUíp Uiki:ig tîîMn. A i^.Hid j-iils ad (wi ViO-  Icntiv f-s t'.--' ¿■.-■r.v.i-c: the ííVííU'ni, &yA tn' itíi disoí' îrrr.i fií.-ilr, wiU^ n^it-  go'on wi'b.o;.: u cju*.¡!íut.d uáe líf the ]ii!l<. Tíí.il'if tlie %vorst fV.ilune oí' ino.'^t pilî-i. Dr. FicíCCí's ric..iMnt Teliets útrver tv- ske claves of usura.  Dr. I-;cíoc\5 rirnsr.nt: i'eiiets-'lt'» an t- n iiMc !•> renu-T.dier. Don't let a tit (ìiuggist talk you iato *"®orae-  ti,Iii'.. ji>î lia r-.íikes rn";-;  íi.üuv t".s tUo "jn<t &9 " Lind.  Tii-.l's î'.e wouhl raU-.cr then.'. Tli.il'a v.liV you liad belter not ty^ke thi'îu.  Whenever tîicy «re tr'ct^, tlx y &re íil-wavs in f.aor, so a troc '■-lurox' ^^.»ckKe.c (4 io 7 iich;«-«') ià wnl to a/tv crie w-ho I%,t'ehs..rv Slcàicrxî Âs-aœtatioa. Ba€alo, V.  ■  ;  lA-ÎâSÉSÊëMî^xÈ   

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