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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - June 1, 1909, Wellsville, New York                                 .....................III iì<g>iiifc. .ii.i».i.ii..!i.ni'i .iniiiLL,m »C^v;^», 4iiwUi>.i..iiít.. 1 iiiîi iifü iii'i  wm^Mvmui mm ^ fmoíkYr sms h iood.  iroiiä^üiNfctiiifti  JvDnoutl wir  Ho Gbanges MadaliirSenaielii finance Gcmnilttee's Riporl'  tiAC03IMADATREADiX6i;LEr.K  '4  Í»'  Vice P'resldent Anumed Respontiblll-ty For Ordering Rollcall to Proceed. Senator McCumber Spoke In Behalf of a Protective Duty on Agricultural Producta, Predicting a Relative Fall-Ing^ff In American Production of Wheat In Near Future.  Washington, May 29,—Senator Aid Tlrh sacceeded In getting action by the senate on the remainder of the wiir aoh»dnlw with the. nndorgtaBd-  ing that the paragraph fixing & duty m raw and refined sugar should again ba placed h«fofe thto tanatA if Senator Clay*! health should so Improye as to permit of his talcing advantage qt an opportunity at a later date to move an amendment cutting the figures In two.  Hie tobacco schedule was also completed. No changes were made In the finance committee rates on either schedule. The sugar, the tobacco and agricultural schedules divided the attention of the senate, with Incidental ranarks on the side by Senator Bacon •nd a general tariff speech by Senator Stone.  Senators Oore, Brlstow and Clay criticised the provision for a dutf on raw and refined sugar, and Mr. Clay repeated his allegations of fraudulent transactions In the Interest ol the mgar Mr. day declared thai  the trust had benefitted by the defeat of his amendments Thursday and Mr. Oore asserted that by the adoption of the finance committee's provision, which was the paroe as that passed by the house, only five cents on the 100 pounds of '^tigàf Would be saved.  10-GENT «TORES IN EN6UND  Tlia WoolworOi Gontpany Censtderlng What to Call Their New Marta.  NSsw York, 20.—There la still awdi !n a name, even when thè qnes* tlon involved is an International basi-Hess rivalry. Proof of this is glVen by F. W. Woolworth, head of a chain of five and ten cent stores, who Is aboqt to invade England with hia business.  American enterprise easily surmounted fVDblems which ordinarily might he considered difficult, but now Mr. Woolworth 1» at a loss to Itnow what to oall his foreign stores wheh they are thrown ^pen. Every other detail has been settled.  Five and ten cent stores will not •onnd well in London, nor will threepenny and sixpenny stores possess the nécessary euphony to catch the public ear. Mr. Woolworth declared that sixpenny snop sounded pretty good to him, althotigh It lacks the rhythm which goes with the American name and helped make his fortune.  If London likes the American Idea otber cities ta England will have their  VIOLENCE IN  GEGREM STRIKE  sixpenny shops. There Is no limit placed on nnmb«hi, Mr. Woolworth paid, and if the names can be locate on the continent it is possible that Paris, Berlin and other foreign capitals will be in time Invaded.  en Into Sections.  ENGINEER WAS HIT BY SIONE  mmiÌÈkmi.  Natldnal Leatfaé.  At Néw Torli— R.H.B.  New Tork .......00080-371  Philadelphia .... « 0 0 0 0 0— 0 8 0  t Batteries—rMatthewaon and ^chlel; j Covaleskl and. Dopln.  Flrat game—York, 1, 7. fi, Mor-Philadelphia, 11. 12, i Moren. Ameriean League. At Detroit— R.H.E.  Detroit. OpOOOOlOOOOOOl—2 12 1 Chi'go. O^OOO 01 00000 0 0—1 11 0 Batteries — Killiui and Stannage; Burns and Sullivan. ^  At Phtlidelphla— R.H.B.  Phiia'phia .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0—3 8 1 ; Wash'ton ,0 0 000100 0—1 4 0  I  ftU»K áCCOMIITS iMPOttNO&D'  K^ECASE  DMors H«s{(eil tP Find Books OB CourTs Onlerr"  •hertff Attached Money hf  Weed in Varieua Banks. | Buffalo. May 29.^A8 a result <a the. InveatiytatUmi ibade tittia far by Dl«'' , trtet Attorney Wesley C. Dudley and ' County. Attorney Thomas A. BnlUvan, Mr. Sullivan a^red an order of attachment from Justice Emery in the supreme court oovartng^ all pn^ertf ¡which any aherlff of thia state may find anywhere to the name of Jared C. Weed and Samuel W. Hofhelns, the  Reported That Engineers Would Re-tuae to Take Out Tralna Till Oon^- Hughes and Stieei  pl^ Pi^tection I. Guaranteed/ 0 1 0 0 0 O-r«"^  Checkers and Marblea Principal Ocei»- Clevel'd . 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0—3 10 0 patlon In Some Town»—Federal In-1 Batteries — Powell and Criffer; terventlon Probabie^Plenty to Eat  Efstern League.  Pittsburg, May 29.—In ftffl treasurer's cashier and the tax clerk his father and a half-dosen  CurFaliB TOOK THEm MntUu ^ upwards of mm trm the waat m&h^m ic, or  uuiiuiw luwa iiibiH fiwiw^iw ^^ of Erie. At the same time street. Wss probably fattfUf teSnf««*  --civU aottons have béen begun against and A&fhóoiy Kiress, his ptgyiiwte»  Batterie^—^gert and Livingstone^ ^^^ Directors Involved. With Fredei^ Weed and JHofhelns. ^ aged 1«, «14 Sarah street ina àmA-  " "" th. A..i.t.»t T«i«ue. ' tlBWvan. like Mr. Dudley, has ously hurt, when a large portkm ià M  lek Eckstein, the Assistant Treaaur- ^^^ practically all the time on fire escape fell on the boy«.  er,. Who Knew the Vaulfa Combina- case^since It first was brought to { The accident occurred in the rear of tion. Went With District Attorney bis attention. The county attorney. Webei's hall, 2612 to 26SSI Sarall  SHOT DAUGHTER, KILLED HIMSELF  Tragic Ending of Supper Party of Means In Paris.  Paris, May 29.—David Henderson, btìleved to be of New York, aged 51. iast night shot his daughter dead In a cafe here and then committed suicide. The dead woman's name was Martha She was 22 years old.  With Mr. Henderson In the restaurant were his wife and three daugh-  but Need of Ice Is keenly Pelt.  Atlanta, Oa., May 29.—The first violence to railroad property In the j Georgia railroad firemen's strike oc-curred last ni^ht to a moving freight at Lithonla. Oa.. and in consequence the race question loomed more sharply than ever over the situation, notwithstanding a day of much apparent progress toward settlement  A Dfgro fireman was apparently th0 cause of the trouble and he was rushed to Atlanta on an engine to save him from a threatening situation. The trouble started In the throwing of one or Iwo stones and the boasting of thç fre^ht by men who set the brakes and broke It Into three sections. The freight blocked the main line and the progress of the mails. -The railroad officers declared that the Incident was the work of strike sympathisers, while ^ county official wired the governor's office that It was merely an accident  The engine left here late In the day for Lithonia to brinç a trainload of perishable provisions from the siding at Lithonia into Atlanta. Assurances have been given for several days that in the Interest of local shippers whose valuable cars were tied up no demonstration would be made against haul-  At Buffalo— R H R.  Buffalo .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0—1 4 0 Chicago, N. 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1—4 11 2 Batteries — Allison and Woods;  Reulbach and Archer. ___  At Providence—  and Two Deputies to Heinze's Ot> didn't permit himself to lose a single' street Two docen families occupy a  fl^*. .firf \imuttm. hut minute, yet despite the promptness threestory brick house. The boys  flees snd Opened the Vaults, but ^^^^^ ^^ acted. Weed manned bad started to play m the court te th«  Books Were Not to Be Found. ^^^ withdrawn from the  New York. May 29. — The federal hanks before the money could be atr  grand Jury Investigation of P. Angus- . t»ched. ^ »v ...  ^ Mr. Dudley subpoenaed the sc  eounts of Weed and Hofhelns in vart-  tus Helnse in eonneclion with the si-  rear when the fire escape above them gave way. The father tufged frantto* ally St Uie 500 pounds (tf ^rcn to tease the boy, who he ^tuomAt  R H E<  ProvUdence .... 0 0 0 t) 0 0— 0 1 3 ^«««d misapplication of the funds of ^^ jj ^^ ^^ed  M0000-050the Mercantile National bank, took a money In the Erie County pavings __________________________  ief^ronlT «rmereoi^ort^ Md r®®"**^®*^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ Fidelity Trust company, tte aUrm. The mother of the Joyee bor.  Knotta; • I District Attorney Wise applied to and  dead.  The Southtlde hospital snd the 8t Jfoseph'a ambulances responded tp tto  At Newark— R.H.E.' secured from Federal Judge Lacombe  Newark .... 0000000000— 0 5 0 an order direcUng certain directors  sau and Beyers. complete books of  State League concern In court forthwith or be  At Utlca- ' R.H.B. declared in contempt  Utlca ......4 0^ 0 0 2 1 0_ 7 8 2' directors named. Sanford Rob-  Scranton ... 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0— 4 7 2 Inson, Carter Glass, William J. Curtis Batteries — Briggs and Bgan; Mc- and Horace Abel, reported to the Dougall and McCarthy. | court yesterday afternoon, the time  At Troy— R.H.E. get by Judge Lacombe, that they were  •••• fiiinJ«®*"^®^ «nahle to comply with the court's or-  ^ ^ ^ " Mr. Helnte, the president of  Bajtfflrtea—Putcall and SpleMsaa; TT«tTsa u^a m.  Mulhoiland and Smith. Copper eompKiy, had re-  At Albany_ R H E ^ them the books or tell  Albany .. 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 ^here they were, giving as his reason  Elmira .. 00.0 00000 0— 0 6 3 that he was under Indictment and fur-  Bfttterifps—Maroney, Wolfgang and tber Investigation, but that they would  Cheek; Pounds  Clongher.  ters and a governess. All had supper  » .¿¿^¡tor Barn's of a charge that the senate and the Repn  were In collusion to shut off debate. . ^  The charge grew out of the fact that ; ^^ a^«»  when the senatf was about to vot« on <>' the room once or twice.  r^a^M àer^ of epnbllifn Naders  cheerful.  At the end of the meal. Hender-soii roee from the table, lit a cigar.  an amendment by Mr. Oore to the sugar schedule he (Mr. Bacon-) was preparing to address the senate and had actually begun before the roll was called. Tie asuprted that the course had been pursued to prevent him from speaklnp. and declarlns that fSWrii a pTan TiRd TVeefi foTTow'^ In fTie  Then suddenly and without warning he fired four shots at random in the direction of th«^ table, one of which struck his daughter Martha In the back of the neck, fracturing her spine and killing -her Instantly. Before the terrified women could Interpose Henderson th*»n tarnPi! tb? w#»fltfM>n vrpon  past he entered upon a quite sharp (himself and blew out hla brains, fall-  crltlrlsm of the ofllrfal. The vice president himself nspumed the responsibility for <)r<U'Hrip the rail to proceed and tho Inrident was rlosed. The Gore anu'ndm^nt was subsequently withdrawn.  Rf'nator Pradley made a long; speech early In the day In advocacy of the removal rjf the internal revenue tax of six cents pfMind nn tohacco in "the hand " He asserted such action to be essential to fh(> wt'lfare of tobacco growers throiiehout the country and traced the raids of the ni^htrlders In Kentucky ,ind Tennessee to what he declared to be the unj\ist course of the tobacco tru.-Jt in dealing with the tohacco pr(Hiu( er«  Just before the session closed Senator Mcrmrber spoke in behalf of a protectlxe duly on a^irlcultural products. iircilictjPG; a grf^Mt falling off In the Amerl< nn nroduotion of wheat in the near future.  lag dead across his daughter's body  Those who witnessed the tragedy were Henderson's daughters Olga, aged 10, and OI-Hdys, aged 10. his wife, who Is a Rus.'^lan woman, and Olga I..epretre, eoverness. The latter snys that Mr. Henderson has been a sufferer from neumithenia and on that ac coujit a source of great anxiety to his wife. She says Mr. Henderson own^d several Villas near Pari-i and a country house at VlllersCotrerets. It is understood that he owned nim h real estate in and aiound .V.'w York. With his fariii!> it has been Mr Henderson's custoiTi to v'.sii I'aris annually.  Suspected ^Murderer Gives Himself Up  Rochester, May 29.—Tony Paache, wanted on the charge of murderlilg Bennie Larrle at Caledonia on May 15, gave himself up at Canandalgua I today. He bad been hiding with I friends in Rochester nwst of the time.  GUILTY Of MANSLAUGHTER  AMATEJJR GOLF CHMVIPION  Robert Maxwell Def-ated Captain Hutchinson by One Hole.  Edinburgh .Mav Robert Max  well has won the British amateur golf championship, having defeated Captain C. K. Hutchinson by one hole at the Mulrfield course.  Play In this contest began early [ this week- Jerome D. Travers of ■ Montclalr. N. J., and T. J. Stevenson 1 of Boston, the American players, dropped out early in the competition.  Both Maxwell and Hutchinson are ■well known on British links. Maxwell won the championship in 1903, and the same year Hutchinson carried off the St. George cup, another coveted golf  Reckless Chauffeur Who Killed a Boy May Get 20 Years.  New York, Mnv 29.—William E. Dar-ragh, the chauffeur who ran down and killed Ingvaard Trimble, the 11-year-old soil of a well known Kentucky lawyer, In an uptown street on March 27 last, waa last night found guilty of manslaughter In the first degree. The chauffeur was remanded to the Tombs for one week to await sentence. The maximum penalty for the crUna is twenty years.  Daxragh, who Is 21 years old, has been on trial here for sever,il days. His killing of the Trimble boy attracted wide attention because, after his machine had knocked down the boy and crushed him, he put on extra speed and fled, leaving his victim to die In the street. He lost his derby hat during the flight and by means of this his identity was established.  He was traced to Texas, where his arrest_occur rt:il._Darragh'.s_ct.>nvlc  GOVERNOR HOKE'SMITH.  Ins the'ie cars to .Atlaiita. When, however. the eni-Miie reached Lithonia about dusk it w IS set« to cari-y a n»' gro fireman, a.« did the mail train.-i which pas-eil I.iilioiiia earlier in the dav. exciMi't; nnfa\oiatile ccMiimenls. I About 2'"'0 jieople >rat!jered at the Ptaficui atiil jus- as the train was getting tinder heniivvay. It i.s said, a stone flew in th-' ' '(1 witidow aiui hit Kngi neer Downlni.'  I Next, a'1 (H diiiiz to the ofhcials, several liieti t)i),in|i(l thi- cats. St-t th«-j brakes and cu: off the air, causine; ! the last car to break loose from the ¡train. Th.'v al!:o uncou|i!ejl the engine, leavjiin its lu;ui .stalled. " Accord-ling to the railroad's .'Statement no attempt was made bv local authorities to interfi-r*^ \vi;h the attack  MARKET BEPOflr  New York filrovlsion Market  New York. May 28. WHEAT—No. nred, 11.46^ f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth, 11.38»K-CORN — No. 2 corn, S2c f. o. b. afloat; 84MiC elevator.  OATS — .Mixed oats, '.'R to 32 lbs.. 62c; clipped white, :i4 to-42 lbs., 63(g) 69c.  FORK—Mess, $ 1 D.oO'u 20.00; family. 119.2.^''« 20.00.  HAY—(lood to choice, 96(g)|1.00. BUTTER- Creamery specials, (Q2~iC\ . extra, 2dc; process, 1T@ w^siein factory,'2Uc. CHFIESk—.State, full cream, fancy.  E("<f".S — State and Pennsylvania,  26' I 2f;i4c.  I'O'IA'l'OKS — Maine, per ISO lbs.. TlS'^/li H.'i; state. $1'.'.O',/2 t;2  POTATOES- White fancy, per The day brought forth alfiiost sinuil- 85c; fair to gtx.d, T.Sij SOc.  Buffalo Provision Market.  HufTalo. May WHEAT - .N'o. 1 lutih. Mi , arloads, $1.34 f-h. N'^i 2 red. no offeniig.  CORN - .No. : seliuw. TUc f. o. b. afloat: No >ellou. Ts»,.  OATS- No. NNhi'e, t;:;uc f. u. b. afloat; .No. white, tj^'^c.  FLOUR — Kaiu y ijl, uded pntent. per bbl.. iT a .v im) ; inter family patent. $fiT:,(;Tr>iV  butter -Creutnery [irints fan y. 27c; state creamery. ^ t; 2''.c ,  dairy, choice to fancy, 24'i/2,'ic.  CHEESE - ('hoiio to fancy, eream. lo'^'i^itllc; fair to good, 13c.  EGGS—Selected, white, 23c.  DHike every effort to get Into tlie com-panjr's rattTts and search for the books.  The directors also told the court that they bad called a special meetr Ins, to take place five days heace when Helnze and Secretary and Treasurer Clifford, who. It was alleged, had fled to Europe, would be deposed from their official positions with the com pany. Helnze, the directors stated, had also told them that Clifford had taken the minute books with him to Europe. Frederick*"Eckstein, the assistant secretary and treasurer of the company. Included In the court order, said he knew the combination of the vaults and was ready to aid In endeavoring to secure the books.  Judge Lacombe fixed Ttresday afternoon the time for the directors to report In court BE:aln and added: "The ¡court apprpctates the honest effckfts of j the dlr<»cto>'s to eet out of the scrape They were tinfortunatp In getting as-Rociated with a man who is too terri-I fled to allow his books to be pvanilned. ' As long as the books are on earth and I have not been be.rned the effort must ' be made to pri^duce them." I The mutllntlon nf book*? of a corr>or-' atlon. charci'd bv Uni'ed States His-: trict Attorney Wl-e, when h»' t'ro-' cured the order for their production. Is a crime lUMler '):e ^tate law and the  Buffalo Loan and Trust comity, fb» Marine and the Columbia Nadenal bank. The total of his deposits ex-claslve of money withdrawn for his hail bond, amounted to |89,680.  Samnel W. Hofhelns was arrested yesterday near the village of Gladwin, Mich. Detective Sergeant John J. Ryan has been sent to bring him back to Buffalo.  Jared C. Weed was rearrested last night The rearrest was made on a warrant charging mutilation of county records. Thft step was taken by the dWxict «ttorsey after a irultlea» effort to learn what became of some 19.000 withdrawn from Buffalo banks by a friend of Weed's,  SHOT AND ULLED DUMQUARREL  MIeeed Dispute Over Woman Ends Fatally Near Greensburg.  «ho kMt A T ymi^ld son hy dMflt Ift dasra ago, was in hysterles aod It was feared her mind would glve way.  The cause of the accident is not kaown.  .-rf-JJ  HENRY H. ROGERS' WILt  maMer vili he of District AM'-rney federal st iM't«"^ co\. r  Oreensbnrg. Pa., May 29.—Charles King, aged 28, of Old Bethany. East Huntingdon township, was shot and killed. John Beistel Is ander arrest. A quarrel over a woman Is alleged to have caußod the tragedy. King la said to have been ihfoxlcated. The two met tti front of neletel's home and quarreled. A revolver was firi«d. the bullet penetratine King's abdomen. Beistel went to his V>me and th4»re. It Is said, threatened an\one who tried to take hliu. H** finally surrend*'r»'d to Constable .Tames Ellis of East Huntingdon township and thre»- i>olice-men of Mt. IMeasant.  The woman in the case is said to have neslerted two pteall children on accoimt of Kjnir. R-lste) came to Cireensburc and consulted a justice of the peace r'dntive to proseiiition of the pair Kini; le-irned of lielsfels c.-tllfd to the attention i visit to Greenshurii and rhe shoot i-i: folliiweil Hfi»;'«-! Is vears old and  Only Public Bequest Is One of HoCMMt to Town of Fairhay^flu  New York, May 29.—The Will of tti late Henry H. Rogers, the Stasterl Oil millionaire, fras admitted to pf«> bate here. Aocording to its practf^iy entire aceordlht to Wall str««t it betmM 150.000,000 and 175,000,000» wfll illtl'' mately be divided among the foor cWWre» ttd thetr Iteira. -Mi^^ te equal shares into which the reatdmuy estate dlvMed will be given to the four ti^ '^''y reach the a«e of 40 years, the remainmg half thef  may d vse of only by will. cottltB» Ing. however, to enjoy the IncoiM tt» W their 4ettth.  The widow and a large number ot relatives are provided fbr throogh trust funds, the Interest on wl they will receive during thetr the ininclpal reverting to the estate upon their death. Mrs. Roger«' aa* nuity Is specified at $100,000. TIBI others, only ten in number,'-wlB" ceive the Interest on amounts rangiiks from 110,000 to $200,000.  The only public bequest Is one oi $100,009. to the town of Falfhaveo, Mass., to be used for school pai]|||pi!.  - - ^  .Teronie. The the ri'Pioval of  full  12 .J  bu..  taneously the possibilities of speedy state or federal intervention believed by many person« of wide acqu-^lntance with local conditions to be heaw with danger of race iroul)l<i. It i.-< adniitted that elllH-r federal or state authorities can run the train? and prest>rve arm ed order, but if the railroad insistel on Its right«; to hire ne.p,ro firemen It fearer that racial enn-ity and re prlsals on neKnu-s will be stirred up i'l regions rensoie from the railroad tracks. ''  Tlie con.ini; here of ChHirinau Knapp of th" in'ir<t;Me cMii.ri'ei i m  IL-  commi.sfiliin  ibil a-  President  at Pittsburg  r'i'tsburg. May "i^.—Tafl arrived this morning and was given a hearty welcome by the citizens. Sh(irtly after he began the days programme with an adilress at Hodeph Shalmii Temp e This was followed by an address at the (lediiaiion of 'he drinking fiiun-  books at^d ut'der mav be ( (m'^t'-ni'd  The dlrfcter-; 1 stein.  Smith and 'wi d^ offices of fhe li;;, on Broadway In-^t  'hem '-ii'h nn act a-i ern-'d Nrcerv n ' ed r Eck-I>'<fiit Attnrnev went to the ■d *'o'i|»,'r conipanv n'trht to hunt for  a brnkeman on the F'etinsv Ivania niil-ro:id. King was a laborer.  the b(Xiks F Ani.'\i<'ii-- Mein/e had eone but A---.l-iaiit Tr<vi<iir«'r Eckstein readi!' op^iied 'he vau't^ He stepped frr-cd '^n a I'L-ht and  then exclninied "Tti"\"'e tint here"  The intrudi r-j h"v\ ev -r. foiu d «orne books othe- than tho^e called for In the 8ubi)oena and 'he«f» were placed In charge of the l'nlretî Stalea mar- ( shal.  tAiii. n rid-i- in Th.-- iiiisinr'ss fn-<T'.on or  the (i!y atid a'tcìidaiue at ;he busi Urss st SSion of a coii\en!ion of asso ciat.-d Yale Club-;  Rejects the Bill  Mbaiiy, May L".», -A bill of $1'1 in |ia.\ n:en' for the new \acht. to be d by Fr.-dcri« k Stevens, Siate Sii¡ier^ in'-iuieu! of l'uli ic \N'ork on lus in-spic'ioji trip through the canals of Mif >ta'". liiiir ,.UeeQ f''.ie<tvd by ^U''''  WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW  Bradstrfet's Report cn the Condition of Bu'îiness.  New York M.n J ' Hr i l^trecf« state of tr-.Ml.. ...rv -  Tinprovemen* is n!""e in . ^-deni e but in egiilaritiei; In werh.r a'd crop conditions and el t-i \rd \v 'nove-ments In trad • and it.du^-'rv p-event definite cener:»l rh i rnc'ei t?t' Ion of the situation as a whole.  The ileadins cerca' ( rot>s have some ffood [irocre^s. but abunifan; rains, heliiful In sonte '-•e« tiotis, ha\e been hyrtful to cultivat;on or to trud ln others  Hence retail trade rej^-trfs lack ut.l formity and th'-^re i« t.ilk of d^nsn-r to rotton at 'he South There !« a •"ii'-'h. r .i the o[iM'> i-fi' 'h 'V for the liK 1' e ,1 ■ - ' 1 ' ''l' •cont'-'istinè ' r! of 'he r> >■• ^ ne«rs of de i, it'd f r In  ESCAPE?) CONYICTS CAUGHT  Two of Three Men Who Brok^ From Fonda Jail Were Recaptured.  Amsterdam. Mav C.ervacio, the  second of the three men who e-cani>d from the Fonda jail Thur^dav n-ght^ who had bt^en wj'hout foi^d al! d^v. was captured about S o'( lock "■.en-ing al a r>oitit three Ttiile.t west 'if ;his city. He was seen near a woo<iei! [dot by some f.iriners. who cor^imu'Mca'^d ; wlth the loc-i| niithi'ri";<•■; ■;ipd the (apMire speedilv folìowcd The apire-hen>lon of Cinrofa nKimentarily expe( ted :is !h»" \"oc>,ls in nhY< h he Is bellexed to he hxa'e-l bave been surre ti nd ed,  .Mthough scores of ofTìcers and vol-nnteers semred the wofuis In whlch Cin' O'ta w af^ believ. d to be hldlng he had not ben n;.prehende<1 up to thls morning r,.r\asio was captured by Williatn Marshall of Aiken. who wlll recehe a i"w.i;d of SLT'^.  To Purchase Minerai Springs  Alban}  da.  a¡ l'c.i.ttr,  ■t cai  vi- u --d  M:ì.\ —The Governor lo-1 th.- bill providing for the 11' of a conimissron to pur-ii.,i;'ral -prings-at Saratoga •o: 'hi; state reserva: ion and is: ft'r A bund issue of six hun-...u-iih.! dnllars for''hat j^ur-  ann.'inic.i follow .ne M Sil. i';  '-ff^umptifin-^—'-^-  coni|itr(dli'rs ofhce on thi» trroiiiid tha' .  •hi' ;'>-in should bave becn pu' ¡11 siip s'renrth 0' !•■■ "1 ' t Ir-'ti a-d  bili Hiid not i har.kied nua n-' caiia! In tM'i^? ■ '  ;,:i:r fund. It is under^;oo<l th;it ti!e at^.l '!  Sui''. S:eV(Mis has >.'iit h.s. persisti.il yn-.-< 1" ck to Th.- bli:id. r- of 'h.' .N.H h' fo;  ì 'he ap-commis-N. w  trophy.  TRAIN ROBBERS IDENTIFIED  &--  Engineer arid Fireman Say They Are Men Who Forced Them to Stop.  Omaha. Neb . May - Fred Tort-enser.d and W. I) Woods ware identified by Kn^ineer Mickeljohn and F'ire-man I'rawl as the men who crawled over the tender of thfur locomotive last Saturday night and forced them to stop the I'liidm Pacific Overland limited at the Omaha city limits and robbed the mail < ar.  Several s( hool ( hildien also identi fled all the prisoners a." men they had seen jn the vicinity of llrown park school Sunday and Monday.  tlon is the first under the ne<v or amended section 0/ the mu»-<i»»r law.  VAN NESS ARRESTED  dlcatlng 'hnt ii-d--nl iii'.-r\en'ioii nn»-result If the strike is prolonsed.  The status (^f arbit;-afi(ui for settb-ment remained unchanged. It w ,is reporteil that th. re was td'k of hold  - of  .r-.. u h-  Another of Men Accused by Mrs.  Klein Is Caught.  Pittsburg, .May -Arrested on the steamer Lorena at Rochester. .Tohn Van Ness, one of the (1\ e men, ch;i!K ed by .Mrs. Annie Kh^in with cop Bplracy to convict her husband aiiVl other counciltih 11 of grafting. was lodged in jail. \'an .\ess w,is aries-'. ,l by Constable M. A Ford of Alderinan J. .T. Kirbv's ofb< e Find wt-nt to Rochester and rnet the I oreii.i, on which Van Ness was a [lasscnger.  25 Years Sentence  >. ,1 •" •  ing mass me. tin.;- a;  ■\.'r.-il iii.-i. -s i th.- auioiiir, .-Xt hi~ oflin- tnd.iy ;• w.i-  IPI-' n i: W I ' »i  to voice lndii;i:a-ion ,it the railroad s i Üie >,-o1m wa- t  action in puttinK neg-ioes cui what th^ . .j,  pr.v a'.-  II ( II c has b. . ! 1  j publlc ha« diibh.-il ■neu'ral trains'  Kan-sas Cit\. Mo . .M:u ^ii.-Tlo- jiirv ' While thei,. 1-: -til] j.l.-nty to -vU • .xf.r ,  ;n the <-a.-,.. uf ,].,lui Sliar;. or • Adain luxuries :,re ^^^  Cid." who is chargcd wiih the mur- 1 r , it.al  d.-r .>fPo:u-emaii Micha. l Mullan- in ' """I ' '  Checker- .uiM na'!>l.'S wired :i cor a le-uious r,o 011 De, .Mili», r Mh la-t. , , f 1 , .1 i , 4 ^  resfMindent fr-c,-: -lit. strik«- riistric-  i|M : ir. ^l■ ...r•\ Th.- bo;it li)^' d froiü ■ !i;- c :i r- 1 \ a ! t w as ir.-¡'.-< '- -1 ! \ 11,1 ;iT! 1 'li--  .1 ! :i ¡ ;id \ <1 'r \ ' I1' >,i • d w r< -;( ;d  tt I"- frt\..fiibi \ V. ¡ ; h ■■  f, r 'K,-. u •■••k f p 1 -iiraitist 21'' •h.- like W.'ck of 'M I'"'-:  Temporarily  Insane  in v..  Starved to Death  n' I h.- p-'lni 11'.il d;\ "fsion ^ 1 '  The latest in calling larda and The latest styles in calling cards "V^Vddlng Invitations for sale at this wedding invitations on sale ,at  ' this olîke.  i::. .....^.t..--_____________..V.,,  today returned a verdict of guilty of ^^ pres.-  murder in Ih." se.-ond de^^r.-o an.l, ^f most of th- !i;ale |M>|Milation Sharp was setilenct'd 10 serv ■wen-j j, ^vas re|M,r'.d that ih.- engineers |ty fi\e yeiirs in tht' penitentiary. j would refn.-e 10 work on a( cuiint of  ' • -—^—---Í the Lithonia trouble and there wouhl  tn conseiiu»'nce be no mails today.  «.d tí :iM't. r w . ! I.  ofBee.  — After decora!l<jn day put out your, tender plantn...............^  READ THE WANT COLUMNS.  .1 k. !I up a ' th.- ti ■aliai btoard  >f I-  - • • .n : lie ■-Ii. -h-^ New . .1 h ^ dr,ogh-.1 • !:■ '¿.St  r -.■ ::■ d -.^n :>.-.:.1' ar.-; sui  ' a'" I --a r;i! •• ,  to'.i;- tia.ii hs ai:> --------- - - : !: ; -h;-..,,! vx.i- !  , ■ , i • . , u. n '  A new iliV". c'or-y ruf Hath ■ ■ , > .  the nnrnticr nf -, -F^aiOi.  ' I : d:i t a. MW 'ood -;'',>  läge at ................. __ _ .„^. ^  r «"Sir   

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