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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - May 6, 1896, Wellsville, New York                                 TRUSniN NAME ONLY.  Oentieman E^identlf « Paid Perjurer.  WmïJUSmJJL% H. Y^ WBDNESDA¥ MÉkÏÏ B 1896.  0EA1N Of COLCWit NORTH.  mm  800TT JAKSOH.  n»* tt^ttmam K««t« It« Cmam, «ntt .prM«««-Mo« (*pmtm Im tt«l>ntt«t—I>«»««tÌT« 8«WKr4 Cmutmêm IIi«n««lf • SUuMMkl »odi Trwítjr • Umr.  ■ta 0*«ittaw Ww^hmhÍT  Apmplmmf, lf«ft H««*« »IMIMM.  tiO*iK>»,iM»3r «,—Fttrlh«? d«l«il« of III» iMkth of Colon«! North, Iii« mtll!do»tr» 'naitral« kin«," who 6zptt«d hiw» ia44«a' tjr, «how thnt he ntt^ndml • meeting at Ih® LAgnnaa companf »1 8 o'clock la III« •<t«mo«in «»nd afwrwninl mturnsd to hü afflo««, «ppnn>nt.Jy in gi>o.l hc»ilh. H« had A drink with »omo frtetid« ta m Mioon «Itati(«d in tho Bame building «od Ihon , mouniod tb» •tsir« in order lo «lond IImi  iìcart Disease 30 Yrs!  Short Breath, Palpitation.  I  r. O. W. McKifisey, postmaster of (urio, Ind., and a bnivo ex-soldier, sj! : "I had iKJcn severely troubled heart disestse ever Rinco leavinp til" army at tho close of the late war. I troubled wit!i pjilpitation and short riesH of breath, f could not sleep uu iny left side, and had piiiii around my heart. 1 bcciime w> ill tlnit I w;iH much alarmed, and fortunately my attention was called to  Dr. Miles' Heart Cure  I decided to try it. Tlio lirst Ixtttle made a deeJdcd iinpntvement in my conditioti, and five Iwttles have completely cured nic."  a. W. McKINHEV. r. M., Kokomo. Ind Ur. MHoa TIpart i'on* isRnlfl on a pnoitlvo tmnum thatiho flrMfc Ixttdo wiil iMmofiU i<im!;glsto»4.i!l Itatfl, 6 bottlo« for r., or It will iHifi-.'iit, prr uaiil, on m t;ipt of pric-o »f t-lio i..-- MU« Modlcm tk».. Eikbart, ind.  LADIES  K»wpo»t, Ky., May 6 —In M mtnat« •fter tho noon the dwfento rectod,  judt Iwo wfmìt» haTing b«»n «p«Ql In | »mining witne«»®«. Twelro por»onal wit-neaiot and «ight d^iKMrftlnnii wars tnado.  Th« proMoniion will now be eng«|f(ftd in ■ rebuttal.  After hearing tho toHtimony of tho Now-port bridgo wfttohnmn. to tho offeofc th»»® only throo vchioloscnmad tho l>ridgo !>«-twwn 9 and 8 o'clock on th« nii^htof .Ian. 81, and of Wrannon, a bnrbcr, who to-iit-il«»d timfc Jackson wa« «hnved on Friday, •Tan. 81, i'c^otuîl Crawfonl Rskml thooourk to take ft roc*!««, nn ho had but ono more witnoiMi to <>xRmin<*  Colonel Nolann, for tbo pro«f>cutlon, ha<» bfH>n bt>g(fi»d by .John Boward, tho det«o-fivo, fur niorcy. S<nvard Toi un tarli y carao to Nelson and ollcriKl to make a full con-fofîRlon to tho efTwt that h« had procurod TruBty to cortio on tiio stand as n witnt's« for thodtífoiiBo and hmi invonttxl tho tosti-inuîiy which Trusty gave,  Bcward inmb- thl» otTwr with tho rpqueHt that ho im irmi from punlshmont for hl» ROt» in cnnsUlorntlon of hfa oonfoHsion.  Cob-noi Nolwm has nut yot determined What coure« ho %Tin pursuo in tho caso.  Tho prowoutlon lntr<Kl«co<i W. H, Mc-Carty of Klnnsvilio, '■Ty., who t*Btlflwl to the bad ri'putntlon of John Suword and the obier Trinty.  The proiocatlon In tho afternoon did not bring John Sowartl, tho doloctivc, into court to make hi« expoctiKÎ confea-sbíH of Invontlng tho Rtory of William 11. e»/-v V f Í1 fC Trusty and coi»xlng him to sworp It. I ca.! » IjjJfl tJj  CiNCINNITl EXPLOStOM.  Eight  BmUes P.^covered Sewea Missing.  and  LIST or DEAD AHD IIJÎJIBD.  iFhm CmUmtrophm Rm (Qt«*! QliM»tM  Yhfowclioiit »h« CHjr—Work «f Rm««« Uwiayvd l»:r Tott«rt»« Wall«  »r th«  Bnlldlni!*. ^  CfWCtWKATi, May (V.—Tho bnriia "«i^v« of weilknown pwjplo h«« cauiod (pmoral diAtre««! hore. Afk»r tho ejtplonion thai j tlonioHiihod tho fr-Ktoiy bnlldinitfl occupied j by Aciolph Drar.h and I>oui« Fpy on tho • firmt flw»rB and with flats on tho four up-, ptjr floor», relay» oi workmen oo«tinned removing tho dobFl« till about noon, when evoryixMly wa« ordnrwd from th(t pn^miao« and Walnut Btroet l>otw9«n Fourth and  OPÉRATION» IN CUBA.  mité  A »I Ktlftit SktrmUh«« WU  by K«««!«!».  BAVAITA, Marfi.-Tlw tnânf^n«« lt«t« bow9d lb« villace of Aíontíh fioj«, la Iho pimvlnoo of Pinar dal Rio, m w«U M the f*rfiM In tt« noighborhood, «nd h»T« â«itroy«d t«« lotmoeo «nrop« al Ve^iui, P»uto, Tigw, La MaJiHfnm Ramon, Mm Panefaio, Gru« Mljln*>o, AWar«» and Col-aoßtond«t 8tir. Th« proprieton of ll\« Yoga« proporijr and (ip«ru'av>n h at© 8,000 baio« of tobacco "on dopoalt."  Mi^ot FondnnTifll, at Nopumnoono, no«» Guaiiabacon. aflor two hour« fighting, ha« dtaiodgod a «uporior foro» of Inaur-goni«, killing many of «bom,  Tb« Intorgonl« bave bumrnl the plani»-Mon of OManona (owned by an Amert-oan), with tho exception òf the machinery hoa«(Mi.  Near San Miguel de Jaruoo, the ln•al^ gent« triPd to blow up a train Ijy the nm of dynamite; but, luckily the infernal maohinn or bon>b prepared for that pur-pono did not explode unlil after the oar» had pa«8od tho «pot «elected for the oui-  'Tu  ONDER  coi,oKKi, Nonrn. meeting mi the Niimto railway«. PrloT to this niM>ting {'olonwl North nt<i a do»«n r>f oysters and drank a lK>tl.l» of «tout, both of which wero sent to him from a ne)ghlK>r)ng «»«tauranl.  Shortly afterward ho eomplained of so-von? pnin«, callod for brandy, drank Bome, but (loon eollapaed In bin chair and ex-|:|lred. Tho i>olleo worn fiuninionwi and aru now gufirtling tho room In which the colonel (llfK? The body will remain thoro until the end of tho inqueit, which will take place t<Klay.  The iK-lh-f !a growing Hint Colonel North dli d from a «troko of np-tplexy, not heart dlRc.nH<«. nn nt first gf-nerally txdlevod, aiui that th(! nystorn, Htout and drink at the bar probably were the direct oauso of tho attack.  Hi'vv nfion f • r .ÎI -i ■iHit, f:ir. i'umal ¡■1 ii.iK thiown 1 -.1 wilh ridtiiliini  i-ihtnki fj down f-j for a bii* iivii.v.il t.iii-iy--<;r(.';otinf-- cotica 1'!;;':. \«.'ith (en ttioiisand lesti-iuiii iv^vf (aUrtl thtin as dircct-f !.)t ot herb ti'as—with the nit (il .;i{>(>.'>int!iif fit.....tiinf: wasted —  ■ana« Hl» I I .tt.-(Oi;i} noriiitf x|i< 1 iriK IÍ .¡«xiifi Iti piirs;ü. Why l)i;tn r ?  OR. DEKOVEN"3  Compound Pennyroyal and Tnnsy Pillr..  ■ ftnn!  >M'rr ill  li.>11 I you MR  «11 ntht r fi'tnal«  pills Iw  a f.M  Í Til i  N. y  ^ m* is sTíLi.i s^  H. B BMWOOIRT  V  iSmtrn  TRUNK LINE  OF AMERICA Solid T^alfts Setwie«©  Hm yo{?K and CHICHW  I'tillman Cars to York*  i'oitiosi, vciuiid, Ciaicago Jineiuiiiili.  tho foundaticm, howovor, for It by reotUUng Truftij and eliciting from him a donifd tUat William Trusty, Sr., and Sow'-ard aro brotherB-in-law.  After Trusty, the defonso preBented F^l Mo^toy, James Smith afid ,fohn Lw!, all ino(ut>er8 of tho Caldwell Guards, of which (4iH»rg» H. Jackson is eaptaln. All had jnadi dopcmitlon« that ©oorgu H. Jftcksoii, the t-'ibiretl cabdr'lver, vem from 11 o'clock Fridftv night, Jan. ai. until 8 a. m. Fob. 1 engfvgfd in a tt>urtroartlal and could not hfivo driven tho cob to tins «wrsi» of tho jniird. r. On tho «tand they nil «wore that thl' drill of tho guards wan on Friday i)!(,'hf and thr> conrtmartlal on WcdncBdny nUiht Tht'lr ijfjiilrttilng on thu etand waa j \ r\ .'iinusing. Tliey wtmi »11 throe Iwund in I'l I'doh (o rtirnnln an wifcne^sv.^, and ' iJii\ they arc In Newport jdll. All thrue Icnicd slKnliiK tho-ie dcposltlona.  W lliam BciiBley of tho (.'aUUveil Guard» (il'.o contT/iditifed a dojKmltlon %Tlilrij h® hnltted he «iKiicd for thu defenHo. llo HUUl tho dtspur^iiion W(U4 uiitnui and that It wafi not rund to him. Eugnnt* Heart tuul William Robinson, memlxTM «if tho CaUlweU <iuard-» ho Imd inude no deposition, UfBtiilod ihul the drill cndod nt mSdnigkt Friday ni^jhi, .Tan, Ul, In fhno to allow Itrt captain, (ioorg'! 11. Jiiok^on, to mako thut e.ab drlvi< with Wallln«, JnckBon and Pearl Hrytiu that ho ha'S doscrilMHl with such dctull.  t.ino important bit of Into teslhnony was that of WilllAju D. CA)Uinii, bart^indcr ut TluHibniil's Miiloon on Fifth Rtreot. ^Col-line f-ayn Hcott Jfwkson eatiie to his sa-lo.'iii at 7 a. m Fofi. I, fho n.tirniiii; of tiui murder, and pnid bark |1 thnt ho had borrovs-i'd on tho prtH-ediiig Wodnonday. Thi.H cnnilicts with Jnckeon's owu etory liiui that oi uthiTii.  \\     < ■"!    t!»      <! r          •f .          B»J< '' i          l'-' '    i ..      t :    í :      Inu.          IE    I          1- 1          'H', \      ZíiíiU    ,1 m     fi.r i.i.i  fi.r i.i.i  !■ X fot  v.-lin.l. :Ì1K! Sa'.a-HaiiCü,  I (■ üiiiy.  foi  X>l»iinr«d to Captnrn Kro^».  IiOKOuN, Miiy i^."-Truth (daim^i to have utioskrth'.-d ftdditionai di-tali» of the con-■piraey handing up to thn Jameson raid which paints tho partlclpatore in the plot In still dnrknr folora than havo th© disclosure»« made by tho Transvaal govorn-munt Trtitb Fnyn it cn-dlhly Informal thiit PresWhuifc Kru_ger posst'SBos ovidcnc« that the intention of Dr. Jnmogon wa« to iiuirch upon I'rotoria iirst, to H'Ìtm President Krugor and then t-o proceed fco Johannesburg with tho president aa a prisoner.  Von Kettle» Oofis So Mcsleo,  Beslin, May fl.—Tho roport ».hat Bsron ClomonH von Kottler, counsfillor and flrsl secretary of thn (iorman oinbaflsy ai Wash-itigtoii, was to bo appointod German minister to Mexico wa« (Irit olrcnlaSed by tho North (iornuin (iazctte, which stated thai If had Icaniod that on Nov. 1 Baron Von K< ttlar Ir to sucooed Ur. K.Von Wlnoklor, thu Gernmri minister to Mexico, who baa bfwri ixoftUod as hlg own request on account of lll-hcallh.  Royal Wtulding In I>enmark.  COFKNUAOKN, May 6.—I'rincess IjOuIbo „„ ............... ......  of Denmark, oldnstdnnghter of the Crown | not telonglng In that list promptly ro-PrlncAs Fftidtariek. and Prince Frodorick'of  Fifth «tretit» was kept elear.  Htdtti had Iwon made In the wall« of a«ljoinlng building« through which to  i>*trleato viotlm«. Tho great mma of debris supported th««« walla and its removal eauwHi the mlja«>nt walls to bulge out so that a Btiil grearor calamity htw been momentarily exp<ietw<l from both Hide« of tbt wrvekage. When the »troel cleaning foroe and foremen were onlored away it wm ImjIloved that ther** wor«* noverai pernon« »till in the debris and «omo of ihom alive, but the engineam agrcjed with tho building Inspector that 1o*h of life to the workmen was inftvltable if tboy prooeixlrd.  Braco« worn pot up against tho walls and «onfTidds qtilckly otinBtractod. The work of tearing down adjacent wall« 1« prognwglng with all posilblo speed,  Memjthne those utili in tho debri« had to bo loft to tholr fat« and no more are likely to tH> taken out alivo. There have been eight dead recovertxi and seven are ■till mUHlng.  Known dead:  ItoixiN A Davi», Itamilion, O.  ElXA BIKÌ41.8TOH, ZnnesTiiis, O., do ttierttic.  Anou'n DUAcn, proprietor of tbo cafe in which cxploxioti occurred.  B'kucia Dh.^ch, 5 years old.  C. S. Wema reeontiy from Toxaa,  Mauv Kennedy, domestio for Drach.  John McKAUtny, clerk,  C. Fkeo Akdiìkps, pfoiiiieni Andre«« Wallpa|M}r company.  Tbo»o mixing!  William Moyer.  Barbara Htrikamf^  Louis Ffsdy.  Jamea Grant.  Will lain Uolx-rt«.  "iJoc" 8eaman.  William Lauth.  John Mciiiirvey.  D. Southgftto. Newport, Ky.  —• Lightfoot, Newjiort, Ky.  H. H. Wilrton, Toledo, O.  John Bi-ers. La Fayette, Ind.  Wiiiiam Carr, Newport, ICy.  There wen» many moro Included in the list of tiitW'" iiilBsing during the day, but those who are «till ftilasing are generally believed to be in rulni.  Tho naniiirt of all ml8«ing pernona have l>een bo goiierally published that Ihuso  now definitely «tated thai Ihe famous inaurgent leader Socorran, who wa« wounded at the engagement fought at Ca^earajicara, died on the following day. The Almansa battalion, operating in thn Ban NíooIr» district of thl« provine«, ha» kliitxl «oven Insurgent« in a akir-mish which ha« Just taken place. The Imttalion's doctor and ono »oldlor were woundml. In tho Ouantanamo tilntrlct six ' Insurgent« have been klllod in a «kirmish, and. the troop« captured eight prlioner«. i The guerilla forces of Aguacato havo ; killed lour innurgont« inaakirmiah. Lieutenant Colon»'! I)elgn<!o ha« Burprl«HÌ an i innurgwnt eami) In the provint» of Bant« j Clara, killing 10 of the enemy, Major • Vlllaneuva, the military governor of Jiba-eos, this provini e, has iHwn killed. He foil Into an Insurgent ambush.  Highest of an in Letveolng Powcr^  Litest U. 8b Goiñt  lewder  ABMumonr PùmE  ANOTHER FOR M'KINLEY  California Delegation to be Instructed For Him.  SPORTING NEWS.  eiMWra and MMmmi Ciato«—Otli«r Mt^m*,  MAY ALBO INDORSE FEEE 8ILVEB  0yr«ek«l« n«li«v»« to Hart» €om{>i With thm »ffiKtiil«y Fo  Trimi nf tht> rillbM«  Havaha, May rt,—Imnvediately after tho arrival here tmlay of tho admiral of Ihe Manr.nniUo coaatwifie «learner tho court-martial of tho fliibustflrera capturtjd on boani the Comp«^t»tor will 1>© prtwtwded with. Mr. Hamilton, tho correspondent of Th« Moiqulto, 1« the only American cltlton among them, according to tho official report«. Tho oloim of the United StatiiJi consul, Mr. Williams, on account of .Mr. Hamilton, ha« btwn refused, but it is nevertholcsn thought pixjbable thai his life will be sftvetl.  CONGRESSIONAL OOINQS.  Hilt  Schaumbisrí^r Ijìppe, cousin of the reigning Frinro tìc^rge, were married at the palace of Atnalieaborg.  CJiolern In Al<>x»iidrl%. Alexanpìua, Kgyjtt, May 0. — There wore 17 now ciwa of cholera and 11 death« from that dln-aw here.  PROSECUTION RESTS.  bSq«« ot Atlcgcit Tmla Wt«,9hw drrt!» Op<>a« ToíTay,  HOME, N.'Y.. .M"y pumommon  in tho trial of J. Watson llildroth, tho ni-legtHÌ boy traiti wreckt-r, Iuìh cloaed Iti case.  Oporgo H. Walter, traJnnmn, of West Albany, was tho llrst witnes.-i in the aftor-noon fic'M.ilon. Ib< h¡»kl ho waa guing t-ast on a fn-ii^ht trtiin Nov. Ho naw Hil-dreth iuuì hÌ8 Ciínípanioníi ou hia traiti oti the way io l'tieu. They nrrlved in litica ftt 4 p. m. Hildrcth'fl counsu-l objected to tiia teaiiniony. The otijwtion was ovor-ruled atul (.■scoptltin notcd.  William lircckinrldgo, brakoman, of Albany, corroborjited Witnoes Waltors.  Kdgar N. llhyno, employed by (ieorgo A. Cinrko tif litica as a coinmeroial trav-oler, finid he mdii a Yuung A ujerlcan revolver tu Hildreth and Plato on Nov. 8 la.Ht,  Libbio Ülrk, nged 11 yeara, whow fathpr owiia a fiirm ncar where the wreok oo-curred, tcfitiilod to flnding a revolver in^ dltch nonr lu r father'a house. Tho revolver wiì» flhown «ad identiflod. Da-fcndunt'H couiitsel objaotod to the teati-nìony, aa tho oonfeasion a^^ys the revolvera Wero thrown aw.n.y while tho boy» were runnlrsg through tho wood«, noi in on ojíon ¡oí. fuul the loviation was not provod. Thls objoctiou wm Buatftlned and th® ovb d e noti ejtciudiHl.  The proeetìutlou regted ita catse.  Couusel Hsyle« for tho defondant a&ked that tho cuuit tuljuurn until « a. m. today, when bis witneaso» wero notitìed to be p®i^f.ont. Tho roquest wati granted.  Bu-vonty-sBven wltnoasoa testifled fortìio pibiseouT.lon.  i). Frank Searle, counsol for the de-fongp, opened tho ea«o thls mora  Hii.  .!:.! V.  r-UÌHili- 'Iflh! I.lmir i, fili..;h,uii-..ii, • i foi !-Ì!iì i.U-!i.l.Ì8  ..rrliiii; fui jxiiìitii nij  rh.  il^'Vll!«. ,\di!-  '■f -i. Hiiigìiiun  ;ìiìii'(i:iOoa for ■•Ui Buffi-.lo ami  SO; l Î v m. No.  îî.iru. S -.vllif,  I I .wí; ï-i. N.' -r lin Î.if f}..n «t IfViiH'. «'.-¡niit î^, » V..rV, .nn I !î -1"- ; . < ftiiii ■VtrhU.^ÎM!., >;•  B'>if-»l..i .i,.a > Il I 1'.  1:17 Í). -n iî, ; Pt).., l-irni,.-, i':< ..'r., .V to-i ti Ni vv V'.'V.  .îtSy j. ni No 1-. «S 'ily. «1 «■>  îi..tlM!^.v!l:e f.n.iin:ori>u!ui K >. hK'U-.x l>ivit<l<)«.  ■5:03 j., m. Nn. ¡ iîhiI ., for H.ji in'lhviiif»,... Cor »ilKimira. llli.cîrj'.ni 'IP, lii^-jtar; ami New Yort, l*u>Sft«n SÎWir«î».  p. tïi. N". .iatly. N<>w Vdrk Wi>.-<>ial.titoi>  pin •;»! H-inirlieriil,- ('..n.l!);?, i<\\¡:ifá. UiiigííBíiiiois,  erri«'.tt New Yi. fis Ht ruilr.i-iu Vwfitlbiii«  Frinif-r îiiforiiiallim tuay tw obtauicil from Jiirls fe^'iítH ur fremi  Jl. r JAKtiEK, R. 1- líOÍUÍHTá,  Ort). Atrt- v. i)., tíen l l'aüá'r Agt.,  m C-in ÍU., New York City  KEICKHOFER'3 TANGUEO ACCOUNTS.  Iiis snortftgf Now , îlellovpd tn Reach Over 8100,000.  Wahhjngton, May 0.—it la reported npon what is boiittvtîd to bo good authority thnt the t-xpert ucoountant em-})luyt d by th ■ secretnry of títato ha.«? found f!-'/,'.»«» in th., tiunt finida íiccuiint of J. KeicRhufor, until recently tin,' dlbburning oiììcer of tho titftlo do-pai-lnient. Thiñ tiniount together with the îihorfnge Bulli to have been  found by tho auditing olllcorsof th« trea.s-ury in Ktiickhbier'ti general aooount, hrin^-H thu totiU tip to liau.OiKj.  Wiiat action the goverunituit will take In the nintter buy not 1>.hui mude known. ^■^n'«)ral ¡nontliH «go Mr. ülney, upon evi-di«icc wh'ch he considered Buffloient to warrant thu Httfp, removed him find ap-pniutiHÍ iiift Hiicci'B8<jr. Kvcr Hinco ho was plawd undt^r auapiciou síThI removed from his <»HKt hf l!a;i rtnuaincd in tho city and is HaUl to !>i- mixlouH as are tho depart-jiH-nt oiiieialri for a thorough and eearch-ing inveaiigullon.  Buffalo lUitvoTBllj' »JOiumöBceroosst.  Bri l-'M.i», May 0.—Tho Alumni nB.socia-lion uf tho Unlvondty of BuiTalo celebrated the fjOfh anniversary of tho university iuul tho ¿ôth unnivorgiiry of tho «KBOoia tion. The cnnuneticenicnt eseroiaoa took plnue at MusSo Hull. The exerelaoa wero foi lowed by ifc banquet at tho Uoneseö boto 1.  I FIHST HRT10HAÜ mm  portwl to police headquarter». Inquiries have been made at tho rosidencea of thoie who aro «till ndK.«dng and there hj»a been nothing Been or known of them for over 24 hours. j  All of the injured person«, except John , McCarthy, who died, are doing well at tho hospital.  One of the most prominent victim« of the dirtaster la C. F. And«««, president of the Atulress-Äieara Wall Paper company. Ho wtva »(»en to outer Drach's saloon on hiß way iionift jun^ befijre tîie explosion, and it wa«i thought be had «'»capoti. Whc« luî did nul tkppoar m usual at hi» place of buBincBH, in'-iuiry was mado at his residence, and It wftK learnsHl that ho hati not bcon-homc. Tho worktnen ronohiid his body when iht-y wen» called oiM,, but they BaecrfcaiutHl that ho was dead and that it wa« Impos.Hlble to e»ricafri) ihe body without endangtjrlng thtnr own lives. Andrtr.» wan Bitting in a ehn.!r drinking «i gl««« of böiT and reading-a paper when the esplo-iihiti oecurrtMl. Thia in cloarly indicated by the present position of his body, which is held fiiHt in tho tlsnber. Ho was ono of the prouiinoîit bu0iise«s men of tho city.  The body of Mattlo Kennedy was aleo fqund by the workmen In the dobrls, but itoould not be lirtmght out, asid none of iVlhe birtlicB nnnaining in the wii-ukago can bo rcëcued until the danger from the sur-rounding vviilis ia ürat removed .  Tlie Httt 0Î injured i» not ohangml by tho dttVtíiopmuntít from the namea «ont in pro vio UH dlHpatches. There aro ütiil 10 victims at tiie hospital. All are doing well exc»ipt Mrs, Olga Draoh. Even Willard K. Cook and Sidney Johnson, who wero considered dftngtiríiUíily injured,, aro now lîjjproving. It Ih fuart-Hl that Mrs. Drnch, v,-hoso head, bmly aud foot are badly hurt, will not recover.  Htm Talktfifr Agatmsk Tim« and Pefipr.  WarhihotoS!, May 6. — B<m«tor Hill added another day—tho fifth—ii^ oppoil-tion to the bond ro«olution in t^e «enate. K ir?y in the session, Mr. Peffer, author of tho rcaoiution, snnounc<«l that ho wouid week to force n vote by holding the senate in session until the resolution was di»-posjed of. It WBM evident, however, thai •enators wero not disposed to submit lo tho hanlsIilpB of a protracted and possibly an ail night «eiMlon, and Mr. Peffer did not carry oui hlg announced purpose. He siatt'd, however, that tho rosolutlon would t«rtalnly pas« t«lay, which, however, ia doubtful In view of Mr. Hill'« aidllty to epeak indeflnately.  Mr P«ttlgrow (Hop , 8. D.) «upjMjrtiid tho bond roBolution and »overely orltl-cised the administration of tho treasury. The gonatof alMo criticised Mr. Sherman for hi» reoent approval of the troaaury administration.  in the H  Tho opponenti» of four battleshipa au»-  tained an overwhoiming defeat .n th© house on th« proponition to accopt the sonato atnendnumt to tho navtvl approprla-  fcion l>ili r>Muclng the number to two. Mr. Sayor», ex-chairman of tSie approprlstlona committ»'u, m/ide tho luotlon and nupport-  od bis pica foi" economy with iìgurca m to the conditlon of tho troosury for this next lÌBcal year.  Mr. Cannon, the chalrmnn of tho appro-priationa committee, ably «ocoudiKl Mr, Sayera. After Home pertlnont romarkBby Mr. Boutiilie and Mr. Cumminga the himae voted 141 to 81 to nonc<mcur in tho wmato anienduionta. Tho bill was «eni to conferenci.'. A special ordtir waa adopted r.o «nt todny Ìind WiidrscBdaj, tìie 13lb, Ìor the consideratlon of private pon»lon biils, 10 minutoa' debuta to bo givan to eftch bili.  There are ItO privato jHmslon bill» on  tho oftiendar.  RACBAMKHTO, Cai., May 6 —The Call fornla Republican «tate convention wa» called to order by P. B. Cornwall, chair man of the «tat© central ix)mrolttee, and W. R. Arthur of Pasadena wae unanimously elected lo temporary ehalrman-«hlp. When escorted to the platform Mr. Arthur «aid that It wa« evident the oon vention had determined k) »end to St. Jtiouie delegate« absolutely plmlged lo Mo Kinbiy This «tfttement wa« griH3tod with prolonged cheor». The convention Ihen look a nHJess to permit the chalrmaa to name his committee«.  II U «aid that John D Bprockel«, who kiat tho head of a oote.iting delegation from Ran Francisco, and who is fostering the Aillstm boom in California, made a bargain with the Houthorn California dolegattís by which HprinikelB will agree to tlie indor»en\cnt of McKinley by the convention and in return will î» ooncedtid tho le.ador»hlp of tho San FranciJico Ko-publkans.  At 4 o'clock the convention reagaemblod and after the appointment of tito usual oommittoBB ailjourned until morning. Bo far there has not been mtioh talk of platform, but il I« believed that sllvor will re(»lv6 some indorwmient. Women »uf-frago and antlfundlng iilll resolutions will also bo offered.  After the adjournment of the «invention, congressional conventions wore hold 10 elect delegate« to St. Louisi. In thn First, Daniel Colo of Sierra and A. B. Lemon of Santa Hoâa were electcd dole-gate« lo JjouIb.  A resolution was pnaml indorsing McKinley, Then? was an atttniipt to send uninstruclod dologates, but tho McKinley ientimont was t^x) strong.  The Heoond district convention adopted m resolution declaring that the delegate« to she Bt. Ix>uÌB oonvtmtion l>e Instructed for McKinley. CongrcHwrnan (ìrover Johnson of Sacramento and J, il. NeCf of l'bïwr, wer«! eleclcxl delegato».  In tho Tiiird district mi Dennison of Alaxneda and A. A. Hookheimer wero olecttHl delegate« and instructed for McKinley.  Tho Fifth dietriot convention elected William Cluiï of fc?an Francisco and O. A. Hale of San Jmb deb gattja to tho national oonvention with instructions for McKinley. In the^fcilxth district Congres.-iman Jasnes MoLachian was nominated by ao-eiomation. Tho platform adopted indorsed MoLachliUi's courBe In eongrw.«; declared for free tsiiver u,t a ratio of 16 to 1, and Ingtrueted the deiegaiea to tho national c<mvontlon to vottî for McKin ey for president aa long aa thure wjis u reasonable chaiuMi for hid iioinlnation. iS. BheKlon of L<»s Angtdort «nd f. t». tirant, Jr., of Ban ^>legu wero indorsed for dolo-gatiis at largo. Harvey Lindley of L#û8 Angela« and L. J. Fleidü of Monterey were elected dolegatoa to St. Louití.  irame« of 4be Eaáttsm and Haltonal I^igtte club« ywtorday re«ulli^ m fol-low«:  At Syracuse—SyraouB«, 5; Buffalo, 6.  Al Bpringflold—Springfield, i; WUkw-Batro, 4.  Al Rochester—RochegÉor, 5; Temmler Ö. .  SATIOSAt, LMÄOÜK.  AI Cincinnati -.^Clncinnatl^S; Bo«fe>n, 8.  AI I.ouiÄvlIlo-I.^uiüvUie, 15; New York, 11.  At PittHÌ>urg—Pittsburg, 0; Balllmoïo,  At Bt. L »ul8~8t. Ixjuls, 6; Philadelphia,  At Cleveland—Cleveland, 8; Washlog-lon, 6.  At Chicago—Chlciigij.O; Brooklyn, Î.  ör«»t €li»y Pigeon »httot.  OüTTBNbKHo, N. J., May«.—Tèe gmnâ «tend at tho rawtrack wa« occupied by «om« hundrotl« of wing «hot* who cam© t<» am tbtì oíMjnlng of the biggoat inanimate target «hooting touniament thai ha« ever taken plam in this country. The contest, which will continue for throe day« more, was Inaugurated by a powder company in order to bring out tho Imi talent in the I'nitwl States and thereby Mettle for thl« year, at any rato, the much dl.'iputed queRiion oh to who wm entltUîd to tho American championsblp at clay pigoon flhíHíting.  Eight events were schwiub^d on the program for ench nf the four days of th® tournament, Sive of them Iwing regtilar cout<!«t» and tbrcv to coimt in tho chiuti-plonsliip decs».on. In ail the added money amount« to and in addition to thia  a prize of a silver cup valued al  tStW i» oEfenni for the contestant whoso average «core in tho ohampionehlp oonte«! proves lo be the large«!.  ■!S#w Stoekiarm at Aiirom.  EAST AtTijoKA, N, Y., M.-iv new  Bte.-i»iar.ii is about to bo eüt-íil>!}Mbeti liera to t;iK'; the pince of the Jewett íarm whlofa.  ifnt ur.t i>! OAiHtene« iMt spring.  The ÍM^m Ih to be owtted and ofierated by Michael liyrîK» :ind J L, Bannister ot Buffalo. Tluy bnve bought tho Stile» place, where ••xten>^iv(! iittra« will Ixs bulli and A hulf-uu'.- trn-k laid out. Mr. Byrne already haa IS or Hi well bt«d boi«»«, ia-  eluding Bonnie ij>oy,  --»----—  Trotting Boarrt of Itis-rtew.'  CUiCAOo, May ti,—The spring meotlag tsf tho board of review of the-Amerioaa Trotting ûâstïcintion opened at the Aud-Vwortum bert!. Tha ducket la. made up principally froui .the continued ca»» ©Í .Mt füir» un:t;tlng.  We«llt»r ladicati«». Fair; light to freah westerly wind*, shifting to easier Jr. warmer.  l-rl«»BfJ« or FíUe<í Cb»««© Hemrd.  Wasiíin0Tü.s% May Ö,—Tho sou&t<î oom-mlltiio on finance grant«! a hearing t-oscfv-oral persons who oppiwie the legtAlatiofii provhied for In the liouße fU.îcd oht>e»e bill, ArgunientH were usado by W. W. Sbor-win of Elgin, lilH,, wiio 1» a jiiaimfao-turer of liiied cheefte; W, J. Van Putíen of BurlSngtofi, Vt. ; W. H, Henshaw ot Chicago. IUI ex porter uf butter aud choe««, and Ji.Kd Kirkpntrlck of Chicago, adealor. They oppowd the bill on tiui general ground that it cunto m plated dltìcrimlna-tipo »gai?i«t ft meritorious industry, contending that only ptiro material« wore used in making illled cheese. Tb& mm-mitteo nostnoned action.  SVILIRE, N. Y.  CAPITAI. $100,000 UlKU  jvided l^foliis and Surplus $,50^000  ' F. H. FURMAN. Cashter. J. B, JONES. Asst. Cashier.  BANKING BUSINESS.  W. F. JOMES ll'rcsident. C. A. FARNUM. Vice Pre.sî.  TRANSACTS A GENERAL,  accounts Conunereial Paper  Favorcibl«. Teimn. No i«tere»í l'^iú o« Dcíki^Uií. _  Malie ou  WIIMAM F .lONF.-?  CLARËWKIE A  WU-UAM DU ice. GEORGE E. BROWN.  FARNUM. J. BAÎNBRIDOS JOMES  Ing ai r. Searl  Bald ho would occupy about IK) minutes. He thought that thedefendanis' witnosaes would ^11 bo sworn by Thursday evening, go that the caso could bo summoned upon Vrlda/ morning that it may go to tho Jury ¿■"riday afternoon. Ho would not state how many witnessea ho had.  By order of Judge MoLtmnnn, Jailer Owena baa weighed each of tho youtha charged with train wrwklng. Hlldrsth weighs 115, Plato 134 and lilbbard lUJ.  »elided ÎÏÎ rawor of ITadcrwood. W^AöHiNtiTüN, May 6. - Th© Aldrich (Rep.) v»i. Underwood (Dem.) ok»otion contest from tho Ninth Alabama district was oonsldered by housu eleotiou« ©om-  Biritteo Nor; i, auâ wàà Vi'ôôtîcàïïy 4eoWe4 il favor of pmitjg mw  Bfd Mei« liiwÈ Offlcprs.  SauatìmìA, N. Y., May G.-Tho lied Men in aesttion bere elected tho followlng olli-oorB'. PrciSldont, Jetàu Stiles, Stiratoga Sprlngft; vico preHident, C. L. Clark, (ilov-ersviile; eucrotary, J. A. tìeorge. Fonda; treasurer, i^. A. Curtlu, Schenectady; eor-gcant-at-aruis, G. E. Monte«.ì, Luzerno; truetoes, T. Lovenheim, Gloyersville, Jud-Bon White, South Olene Folla, and Joseph Ticrfioy, Hogomaua Falla. It was decidod to hold tho annual meeting uf tho great councll of the stato of New York hero on Aug. 11, aud oommltteea woro appoinled to completo arrangement«.  K«w Jìiiruualem Coms-ííntlon Cto»ricL Wabhiííüton, M.\¥ «.—The fina! day's BOTBion uf the general convention of the Now JerUHíileni church, opened with a dis»-ous8it)n of new church educatitni. This piai) and the propoaod endownumt of the' Urbana, O., univeralfcy wero flnally referred to a cotnmlttfo oí l'i, consisting of of six clergymen and hIx laymen. The national cotnmlttoo for building tho houao of wornhlp In tbirt city submitted its report that th» church waa dodioated IttHfe ßundi y and the total coi^t of ground and building Hliown to bo Of this  amount 11)3,46-1 bad beisn Bubecrll)cd. This ie-ft a deilcit of fl2,4¿2, and lurthur 8ui>-Borlptioiirt were urged in a nS^sber of ad-dreHiCrt. Thi> nilnlHter»' council, lield prior to tht< regular Hcgsion, as*.igned Rov. E. D, Danleis of Indlanapoiltj to deliver Iho next annual tuidreaa before that body.  Iitb«rnl«oB In »»«sion.  'AUBi'fih, May«.—It ia quito evident la tho liibornian convention that there will be lltlio friction over th« oleotion of thu oillcors for the ensuing year with the poa-Bible eiceptfoa of tlsat Oif ewcretary, the present oilicer Intending to retire. Tho friend* of Mr. Enright of ^yraousa aye quito conlideut Ihtit be wUl be i«locted aa eecrotary on the first ballot, but the delegates from MonriH», Erie and Genesee counties merely smile and say nothing, ,11  ■being ■ eViaonl -'ttiat "Ihoy.....confoinplat®  luring!Dg forward & wtididalu forlheííf-Qws . ■ ... .. .  Methodist Oe,n«ral Confer®»«».  CoKVKLAKi), Mt^y rt —Tho fourth day'» eesttion of tho Methi.>dlst gunsral conference Bftw tlmt great religiuu« boily still unorganised for tho transaction of bu»l aoss. The dcV>afco on tho eligibility of the women dologatoa occupied tho entire day, and BO far aa tht> speakers ore oonceraod, there ïa no ovidonoo of a doalro to bring 'Ao dlscuasion to a clottc. l'Orne of tho laymen «r© anxious to terndnt^te the contest, and it is probable that a motion will be offered today cloMing t-he debate at 13 o'clock. If that i» done it Ih probable that s vote will 1» reached t^ihor today or the flTiit thing tomorrow morning.  Samwioii Kseajirt ili« fhítir. .  BlìFfALo, May ti,—The Jury In the trial of PolicenmtJ Sammon, ehargtnl with tho .murdor,.ol,^.irg.eiwit,.C4atliav.--re turned-a "verdict of ïnunler in the Second degree. yv^lU prguouxiiHid Mottday".-  Claitiiiauú'm i-oUcy.  MABLlluiio, Mfistì., -May a—At tho fourth oongrcHsioniil Donu)oratlc oonvunti<,>n to elect delogatoa tothö national convention, which wna hold here, resolution« woro adopted indoroing tho financial attitude of Prtsiiidont Cleveland and the candidacy of ox-Govurnor Wlliiani E,, liu««eli for tho p««BÌdeuliai nomiiu4tlon. The delegates oleoted wore: iloltort M, Burnett of South-boro and Dr. U H. Lyon» of Flteitburg; alternatOit, Frank .s. Hook of Mfo-lbyri.) aud Mii|or Henry lÌaH of Wuitbam.  Centrai €oogrfigí«}loiia.í Churclie«,  Ithaca, N, Y,, .May «l-Tho gemí an nual eonvoîit on uî the Contrai Cougrogfi-liotud cburchea lu New York Iwgan fur a two day»' BOBtiluu liore. The osoroise» Wéîo held in tho S'irai Congregsvtional ohurcli. Tl\i! session inciudtni a joint me-eting c»{ the Wumtm'ä Home Miaaion ary society. The mídre«,«« were m follow» : "Home Miáriion»,"' Mra. Klhan Cur ti»; "My Esperii uco aa a Mlssliniary la Oorfa, Turkey," Mr». A, M. .Aftàsdoorlan "Chritítlan Faith In tho-Twoutiutîi Cen tury," Jiicob Gould Schurmau, prisldent of Cornell unlverttity.  Chargrtìd WHb Kobblag H«»f Huabanái, Nkw Yohk, May li.-Mrs. Mary E. Gaf foy, ßy year« old, late of »Syracune, N. Y was arrewted in this city at tho reqriest of Ibo Syracuse poîlo<} mi a warnwit íssuímJ In that city charging her with gratxd larceny. It is aiioged that she appropriated f-J,50i) belonging to her husband, Sbo is a,ccuw»d of having drawn thai amount of money from a Syracuse bank and to have Iwft her home in tho company oí one Charles Becker, a l>oardor ia her boxi**}.  fo FroÌM» th®  Li«l>os, May i'».--,Sir William Vernon ïlarcourt, Hl-MTfd leader in tho buutej of commonB, made a apwch at the banquet of the National Literal club, In which- be promised to «Uì.'iwrt the government in proMiHí'.'tóe -of «tee  Jameson raid In ■South Alrloa lt> she bol-lunsu  Gratelii Wottiea Wrtfe te iülitrs.  From every comer of tte country, eonie tbankfal lettera' wtitteti, by those who iiav« been lifteti into cheerful, vigorous, bealtliy streagtb by Dr. IHercft's Favorite i'Vesc.ription.  Thousi'inds on tlioiisands of wo-roes hav« been relieved of the iieive-aagg-ing drag of weakness aud piiin.  Tuey lia%'tt bt-en made b^ttc-r wiveg and l>etter aiotbersi by baviag pej-fecl he.xlih re.stored, ^id without tti« humiliating ex}K)sure of examination «o geoeraily iiisiiitfd oa by physicians. The stereotvpeii treatiuent by Itjcal "'is sei "  applications" is seldom necessary, and'-' there is no rei«)« why modest, ^nsitive women ttee<Ì submit tii them.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is of purtdy veg^tabie coiupoiiition and ia Ijerfectly barcileai ia any cotnUlioa of the system. It exerts a wonderful .^»Ih-itig, healing ami strengtliening p.orwer d-elicate organism. It ia u'igorating tonic for tlie whole system, and is almost an infallible »pectfic  over wonuin 8  for the pectilivir weaknesses,- irregularities atel piiitsful deraug-euients of woman.  To these cause» iiuiy be traeed t'lie trouble of tire»!, nervoa», irriiuble, «'001-out wt.>U!en. Cartksi, easy-going doctors ■ freijuenlly tr««t tb»;ir woinen patients for biliousness, iian'ousnesii, dya|*ip»ia, livtr or kidney troubJefe, when the real sick- • ness is in the organs dis.iinctly femimiie,, and no liolp can come till they at« tnsd"«; perfectly sin>ng and healthy, ia boCh rtructure function wiitch is broiKtb  of Brl  Hett:«'« .H&vorite. .PteítariptiíHi.■  .r   

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