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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - September 30, 1913, Wellsville, New York                                 pi- J: .^v  ifev" ' •roHHPt. ruit« With Co*  i aifiil Whisky, ftun Amuck In Mlf«^JÖi6o|{«il lt. Every, »iy THiy «iitlT^irir ft Kiftftrt  1  Wd Qth«!" Lynch««! by J^omc.  II Vlcksburg» Sept. 29.—As a  ^»It of a druDken «pree by two brotheTB. Walter and Willie aged Äfid^ 18 . ^syectlvely^  4  proiôïînent •wBIÎe ciUzeHB tr£ War-i|i«tûB« Miia., are dead and four oth* en are dangerously wounded, and ill»^ negroes are dead and many tended.  f Thé whltè dead are: Sheriff Hatia-iet, Claude Preéman, B. E. ICingsley idi^onductor Ed Appleby. Î White, dangerously wounded . Flag-a& Will Bond of Yazoo & MissiBgtp-¿1 Valley railroad, Circuit Clerk Whlt-»i<»re, L,^ McCauley, Robert Klngsiey ' The trouble started at an early hour lliji the morning when the Jones ore-thers went down to "negro town" and lAiere fired «everal shots at randon in, their drunken debauch, and a negro  two were killed. 1 When Sheriff Hammett waa informed of the trouble he started out immediately with a posse. The negroes Xi^ere surrounded and barricaded in &n old house from which, they Rred continuously and killed the white citl-siens who were attempting to capture the barricaded negroes jOne Brother Killed, Oth^r Lynched, r Walter Jone» was killed hf^ the l^sse and later In the morning Willie 4onea was captured and han(i;ed to a ïiost in front of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley passenger station. ; The town of Harnston wah wildly excited from , the time the trouble itorted, »nil when the white citizens : were killed the people formed in large ^TpOBses aad went out to conquer the ''/-'■^oung desperado.  i The battle was one of the most desperate recorded in a Southern com munity for many years. The two young negroes, apparently aroused to frenzy by over indulgence in giu or c-uc-aîoe, appeared suddenly m tiïe village streets, shooting in every dirertlon. The sound of tiie shotJ? and the whist lln^ bullets (juickly drew every on»? to doors or windows fronting on the street and as quickly drov« them back to 8| alter.  TnS two negroes, flrmg indiscnmi nately through doors and windows, as they ran approached the railroad sta tion just a» a train was pulling m. Appleby, the conductor, and Fiond. the flagman, were the only persons m ^ight and when the negroes sought to board the train the railroad mt'ii op posed them. Immediately the negroes shot them down.  By this time many citizens had anned themselves and were In tite street running towards the railroad station. \ call had been sent rroni ' the sheriff, (îrov'er Hammei», and m the meantime ("onstable Kingsley took charge of the situation.  The negroes attempted to ilee and ^ when cloa« pressed took refug»^ behind some freight cars and lumber and stood off the artne'd white men Other negroes in the meantime had armed themselves and hurried lo the afisistance of their friends A pitched battle followed.  Scores of windows were broken by bullets from revolvers and nttes in the fusilade, and several negroes and th'.^ constable were killed. When the bat lie was still on Sheriff Hammett arrived and hastily swore in a score of deputies. He then attempted to walk  JTte blind telei^on« l»a« i'ouiet % «tay. excepUoual gtrl two sefiffi ago {Missed thv seven» tesi« of the Vfovk attd has »inee tUeh tit>«iu H voiisptcuouM of w5at  tbe>IUid. wUeu tiffed iu «rther way», may do. but vot^ the ^Jaryiaud School KoJi ihti 01ii|d.tU!M liLffti^ tlve oth-»r Well twhieg glrtw «mí thw fttHtt  «gers belleve th«t tbey \Vill be uWe to oiMiU thls tleUl of work to umuy other gir!« These «ix pioneers. nre ieadiiig the way for othejr blind Kiris of the future, are working' wUb toé reffulution HWltchb(»aixlK. bnt effort» Àr« T^lb'fi miide W i-v'oH?-a «f^w kind of iioiird wliich will »jrentry" sti!TrTltf.f the tralnlnK of the «iris «nd infirtsise fheJr ertli'iency.  The uiost (Hftìcult board u<tw run by blind leirlH is riint at «the Central Yonns: .Men'.H ChriHtijiJ) nssochitlon. TUe Tountt Men's (.'hrlatlan tiHstK'inticm is n Club. Il hotpl «imi II «-leuring house for mnny llnes of reliplous. so< liil and nth-lette H« tlvli(ex ^ìist as a hotel it htts iiboiit r«H)ms The huildln«. bui  here iind ttrere eiuht pay statiouH. Ue-Nldeg many hoi^e telephoner«  A meiiilier of the jis>»o<-latlon 1» iipt to be in nny one ol' n si-ore or more partN of the Ituilding wheii he ik tisked for over the tele|>hiui»> Hnt wiierevnr he Itt ihe l.iintl ylrl wMl «n«l him. if swlt< hlng limi iisUinj: lunl ""«eiirchlng" Cini lo<'iitx hiiii U'ioit lUiikéM this' |>o Kirion (fifH<-ult is tl»e fni-t liiere iirp noi sepnnite phoiit>s in fverv room. I»ni iiiv iinniunijitiiis liv wl)i< h ?i IwM m n room nmv he runa:, siirimionina th»-HMMiier lo the nenn'st teieiilione iin tu.-floor  BOY DIES AMONI "HEALERS/  kad Was Starved In "Holy Ghost ane U»" Colony.  l-ewiston. Me - ('oiHiitiofiM jit Shllnh the roiiiuy lif the "Holy »nr  L's" Si»i|i»ty. fire lie inv»»stiü;ifiM ¡«»rnin ils II result of t hiii'ire".: h\ Mr». ^lîoliUMl ^A hitruui of Hniiisw t. k ilcn '(her fhirteeii v«»»iiMil<l brother, iiiiydoi '.Tones, (lieil of Htjirvntioii at S^hil'ih.  ,M»n. Whlrrmi) nlleiies rtnii wliil». ht> bfotlMM' U'lls ill lilt iih>"'<i<'l:Mi I Ml led  iiinl liiiit no s]tf'(iiil ireatiuBiit w:i-jriveii hill) e.v< (>pi thju Im« wü« |iiit (id jt (UpI Ot turn iDll^ili. while two \v<.iiieti ybe.Tlers" imii'etl o\>er him 'Mw Ind ,Öie<l aq .luly  Hurt Once In Fifty-five Years.  BloominiL'toii. itiii - .Aflt-r s^orkim; NfeMthlv m the «.T.inc iiii.trr!»"« nf Mom rj^ <'ouiity liftv five yeiiis LLiize\ Simms. vixtv nine, int^l \\ith hi.- tir<1 iiff |(|»>t»t wfu'jj M lnriXH ^iiili w t>ni«h «"-l ..II .-1-flrn . :ir iiixl .fiwli.-il liK ntrtif letr Simnis juiiifitMl III tliiit> to prevent the ^toiiH from klPfnir hin»  ^r*» omtk ia to JStew Relehert  ^es^ to «ulnsftliat  bare b^ti Jto^^-^ ihe Joseph O'SHeilr W^ iM wder artest» charged with .tlb.e |tiittnt«r of Israel Coldinan, whoa^' body was found.  U the U^ ot tbrfWlttle Harsh OoU  ^ -- -  O'Brien afiswer« tie dfescriptioti ot the man who was «hn with the boy on the road leading ¡to the. golf club. He is a neighbor of the Qoidmana, and, when QueaUoned by the police, cdroitted that the boy had been in bla company several hottfs before he disappeared. His coat! is also stained Til tih blou«y QS'i*  tered an investigation to ascertain if Jhe blood crystals are the same as the murdered boy.  The police also unearthed a possible motive for the crime, when the;, found Ooldrnjan w&s married before and divorced and only recently had been threatened with exj^sure as to hts past life if he did not give $5,000 as the price of silence.';  Who -made the attempt to extort money from the fathsh" of the boy. the police will not say. but they admit they have a clew wlfV.h would make It appear that if O'Brien did kill the child, he was possibly in the employ of those who wished to wreak ven" geance on the child's father. '  HIGH SCHOOLBOY ROBS CLEVEUNO STORE  laia. by Aiiierlcau Press. Asaoclation.  Tpstlnionv of fciRntiwiiUiiiî eTCtiofts wll. be an iinportiint pjii t in tlie impeachliK.-nt trL-a of William Sul/.er. Tlii-s is lu- ded by the lini>»»;uhint'nt manaseis U) ulcr'lfy tl.'f HÍ«naiure» un vaiioii-H <-ti»'rl{.« wliu-fi form (he buwls of sor»n> nt tli«* (¡lariítos. Alfrí><J S. Osbrnnp (topi nn'l U lUiarn Km» lev (b'x'iom) 5>lamu'i1 to lell iii»' u.sstmlUy whijt ttu'A' iIions:)U'of tlui varioue niiloise on uanipuigu che^.k»  THAW GRANTED MORE TIME         ♦........      f  fv  - í^-iis:." -,    V 1 ■               into the barricade wbkh had been im provised by the negroes and maite arrests, but was shot down and killed Without a chance for hie 11 f«-*.  , In the added excitement which followed the white men rushed the i ¡jaegro. strpng^l^ and seve^»! were i^upded. The Jones brothers, wh^, had, started the trouble, fled along 'he railroad track with a posse of whites in pursuit and were captured a short ^tance from the station.  Negr^^l:fiends Attei^^t Rescue. A rope waa^. cjuickly'''arf^ as the two Begroes now cowering, and pleading for life, were dragged lo the nearest railroad signal post, a band of their friends attempted to rescue them. Another pitched battle follow-..ed in which Claude Freeman, one of tho deputy sheriffs, who was attempt ' Inf to dissuade the lynchers, was shot and killed and others wounded.  The attacking band of negroes was driveh b^ck and Walter Jones was i shot dead. Later in the morning Wil-- lie. Joaes .captured and hanged, ©le infuriated i^en then returned to village, seeking to drive every i a«gro» out of the piaffe.  ■m • Qt how-  Facts Versus Terms. "•I've « terrible tnothiiciie. Whnt's good for It"'"  ••\()iis»-nse: Vou've Jio tootlnif lie It's sun|)l\ iniiigination  ••Well lonfonnii it. wlnit'^j u'odd for liniigin;)ljoir.-" - Rowron Transci ipl.  f^EWS IN SUNDAY'S PA.  Drastic law to miard Industrial woi'kers goes in effect in New \orlt th:a week.  Thaw abandons tax-paver's action to prevHiji payniHiit of extradition ex-peHse« to Ml. Jerome.  cable dispaifh troin Pf km de-^"••Ibes tli^ sit'.iatioii there regarding the five power loan and the cnsi« with Japan.  Judge I.earned Hand ap't .fuHUc»» Samuel Seabnrv nominafpii or lUiclien-ter for the court, ot apoeals bv progress fves  Hotelkeeper in Jont^'bui tt, J . ob tains warrants for his wift- i1au>;httr aiiU two in.^ii, who are .^aid to have left town together  An army of 5U.0O0 Mohanirnadon Albania!!« 1« inHrciiing on tlu- iiiMAian forces, who are not prepared to resist approach . (^ij^ueral Portirq la recalloa to  Me,\ico for active army ftirvicif'^ i'resi dent Huerta offi<ii lly (onf^imb ins promise of fair elect'ons.  Fourteen battalions of tV.e ".Xrmy of Ulster. " cons.tìling of 11,»»un men, parade at Belfast to flemoniitrate tha force thaf-Hvill resist hofh4> rule  'Judge P l^ange. wealthy Passaic man, is killed and two of. his rain'ly are maimed when locomotiv crusbes his automobiUi at a Paterson grade crossing  Governor Felker Gives His Attorneys Two Additional C aya to Prepare Briefs  Concord N. H . Sept. 2ft -t'-overnur Felker granteii Harry Thaw s connstM an additional two (ia\s mi wiiicii prepare iheir briett^. ('(Hisequently. tile bnefs will not be filed until M-on-Jav. Oct t> . The noveinor proiiilset^ that his decision to extradite Tliaw o' In gi\e him lus llberlv in Nrw- fl^nrp-slure will be fii\*en Tuesdav ot Weil ne.viJa\ of next week.  It became Ivnow n iodci\ th.iT tile In w-vers lor Thaw expect to make tiie b'^st part of their laM fiaiit nefore Kelkei on" Uie l»utcnet;s eoumv mluui j'lrv indictment qiKstion T)ie\ assen that an indtctmenr w;is not found agaiOKt 'I'haw. though Willuim Trav-ers Jerome saui tiiat one hiifi t)eei\  \ cold which Thaw cxintnu ud t\>,o weeks HKO ii'^canie so h>'veic la.-;t i n'siit That lie was un:if)l>- to Rlecp. I He coughs almost contiiniallv  Arrested In New York WHIi 400 ot His Loot.  New York, Sept. 2U. -Wilbur Foerste, a 17-year-old high school boy, robbed the Cleveland department Store for which he vvoi»ked as an errand boy of $1,400 last Saturday and wiis arrested here with the money in hi.s pockets on a iNtny "Sork v^eniral train yesterday a'flernoon  i-lo told the detectives who caught him that it had been^ hi.s ambition 10 enter Oxford uiuversUy. and that ,whtn he suddenly foi.ud in cash  in lu6 hand he could nor reHisf temp tut ion He had planned to sail on the Mfuiretiinnia at 1 a m. Wednes-div He had d"term)ned, he baid. t.) I to tro strai^'ht to Oxford and enter a preparatory .-school which could tit hiiu tor a univfTKity course  On .S,'iriirda\ niorn;uii.' an assistant cashitr of William 'I'avior'.s devtari tneni store at Kuclid avenue.  Cifveiand called vouim i-'ocrsro and handed hini a (lackape of currency containini: Sl.lou m b'llH of various d»'noitnnatiori.>-< trorn il to 'i'lie t)ov was t(-ld to take tne nr>n"V to ihe O lice ;)f the ch'e! ca-shMT Instead dninc so ne crainnii^d ihe niont'\ 'n hii» packet, s.ippeij iroiri trie store, an 1. aft'-r inaktua; a few purt hase*^. b'>utued a Uraiij for New \<>rk. wh'ch h fr iMprolfind at 7^.") o clock on Sat-iirdav night  PMMWnftil«!^ m Fron Stiyii^M  tNOTieCOPWWQIIIIDIO  Mtack on Offleera In U Train Foiiovir« Action In Saving Two Girls From Fllrtttloui lUllano^lnvlUtlon to Come Out on Platform Accepted— Sergeant Crumple» In Htapai Knife Cniert Bowel». '  New York, Sept. 29.—Sergeant Mc-Inerney oi thé East 51st street station was perhaps mortaiiy stabbed, aud PolhreiH€B WHHaHbi>i!ieft& ftf the Union Market station, was paij^ully slashed on a Second avenue L train last night by Frank Corgoni, an Italian shoemaker. The attack upon the officers followed their action in saving two girls (rom annoyance at the hands of Corgoni and an equally flirtatious companion ^  Italians Annoyed Young GlHs. Mcinerney and Dineen, in citizens clothes, were sitting in the elevated train on their way down town when they noticed that two Italians standing on the platform were forcing theii* attentions on two well-dressed girls.  "Come inside and sit down," Sergeant Mcinerney called out to the young women, "and we'll see that no harm comes to you.'  They almost ran into the car and the Italians trailed after them.  Glaring at.Mclnefney, Torgonl snapped out something to the effect that If he came out on the platform he would get all "that was coming to him."  Just as iho sergeant reached the platform, the Italian whipped out a knîfe from his pocket and jabbed it Into Mclnerney^s abdonren. Pulling out the.blade which hud a curved end. the Italian plunged it again into Inemey's bowels and the sergeant crumpled up into a heap on rae plat-platforpi. (  Second Officer rtaU>bed. "He's got me. Bill, yelled Mcinerney to Dineen. who had started to the rescue As Dineen appea,red in the d(.orway, Corogni jabbed at his middle vvlih the knife and the sharpe blade guuged into the policeman'« heavy leather belt. A wrench of the bl uie sent the curved point through Dîttepn 8 skin, causing a wound in which three stitches were put later  l>ineen grabbed (.^»rgoni bv the left arm and the Italian slaKhed him across the. right hand with the kmle.  l'îien the officer manaiied to get a grip on his bhickjack and dropped the ^lasiilng shoemaker.  it is said at Hellevue hospital that M'.liuruey would probab.iv die. I>t-nc(M) went home after his wounds were dressed.  • MoHliwoiit Pil'l^'*'  Washltttton. Bitp^ y^fat to a wieek of ««neriit faifr «rt ireat of the Itoekir anMnitalinit es* «^t oyor the tar. NortltweM, whev* taitui are exp««te4 early in the weelc 9«fttii after the mi^dte of the weelL  Temperat^r«» will ilae iiL^e «eeh^ver the-€entral aa4^outh«i»f districts antf will probably faU In » day or two over the Nofihem ^ triots, but no extreme« In elUicr 4tl)ree-tion are expected.  East of the Rocky nountatne^ (^nAi* tions will be unaetlled early iu the week with rain Monday in the Central and Pla^n, states, the great c«n-tral vallera. the soutUero portion of  the Upper Lake Region and in the South and quite generally on Tuesday or Wednesday over the Eastern and Southern portions of the countrj' except over the extreme northern districts.  tR The Central W^ and to the Northwest fair weatber shouVi prevail after Tuesday until late In the week, when unsettled conditions are again ihdtcated.  It will be warmer today in the Central Valleys, the Lake Region and the East and probably coof,er about the mh' 'le of the week in th« Northwest, There are no present indications of any unseasonable cold weather during the week.  Bii^UMi  Mr. Levy Admitted, 1» Antw i*» . ^ Ouestion«, That He Hatf FotiiMS fi^ denee of More Campaign FuntfaCoñ- j: !  trlbuted to Gevernoc .Sifhrt^VrrWtlt^ Take up GarritO«*» Cwe ft^F^ •Week.  Kew York, Sept. 29.—Aaron-J« of the, assembly board of mawii^ ^ which preferred the impeat^uaii»^ -  WILL RUSH CURRENCY BILL  Coming Week Will See Important Development m Administration Measure.  Washington. Sepi jll Ttie comini; week IS likely to s.e ininoftiuit de velopments in regard tn thf- adinin I'-M-fit'im bJitiKint,' funcncv h ll Fbe adniifrstration ad. sits ;iri' benm iiinu t(i siiow KiRns ol 'inpatU'iice nver tiie disposition on ihi- pait of some Denioorntic senators in iiclin action on tills nieasnre ¡mil lii" nii'stdent, before iniitiv nr'^ i>usst(l. will  take stepri to bniiii ytioul a sliovv down u tii thi' iefcü.-latocs  FLIES WITH HEAVY MAN  Atwood Takes - " Pound Passenger for Aengi Spin '1 oiedo, (>.. S^iu \ livilroanro  t liMiri; ^■!idllt■an(•e r'cord was  lahlisht (] abo\c Lake Krie <u < at^ino P'lk t>\ .Xvi.no;- ilarr' .\ -Vtwdods, n' w SIX I'tidcr hvdroaiTnplhne  Atwou! !(.ok I'resid» ni i lank ii ("oafts iif Ml i(;iiMl;-> '¡laction. I.mhi A.' Pe\v,>r aS passt'i: !i;i it  !.l e» ii ur.rnur f ile on and alios e the lake  ro.i'M w >':i;l)s .'5!7 pounds and na.« the (iHmnc'Mii o! ti'Miit: 1) -aviest  uM o]il.i Mc I on i jM-ord An  a\tr:<vc .it iiiili.s an nuur was  niamiaiiit'd.  MAY SELL ALL HOLDINGS  Pennsylvania System Expected to 01 vorce Itself from Other Interests Besides Coal-Philadelphia, Sept. 29. -That the ac tJon of the Pennsylvania railroad company in disposing of its anthracite coal holdings will be followed sooiv by an announcement that the railroad baa divorced Itself from all outside companies In wlilch It has proprietary Interests, was the belief expresesd in railroad circles.  When the news of Mr. Rea's an n<^ncement spread through the finan claJ district it was thought that Bome-thing would be said rolative to the selling of the Ponnsylvania's extensive Cambria Steel stock No such statement was forthcoming, however The Pennsylvania railroad t)ecame interested tn antliraclte coal proper t ea in the early 'tlo.«. it wa.s explain ed that when this policy was adopted the Pennsylvania aud olher railroad companies deemed It neeessar^ for their future welfare to bf'come inter ested in anthracue coal fands.  Bryan Off on Lecture Tour, Washington, Sept., --Secretary ot Stale Bryan ieil Washington shortly arter church yesterday for I'urccll v.le, \a., wiie.e he was Bcheduled tc dnhver a religiouH addretis in the town Huditoriiini. J ne conunK of the sec retarv of state was heralded all ovei IjDudouii countV by little blue and white dodgers that announced hia in tention to be prewent at 2 p ni and! which wound up with this siaieiueni . | "it la announced that for Mr Hrvan t i  charge's ¿gâînVt WvëiiÎôr SûKev 'Wïtt mwn to Albany thU aftarnootL new evidence against the governor. He also will report to the cottaiôii t» the prosecution that he has »erved subpoenas on new witnesseB ^ pear at the triaL  Vvhile Mr. Levy, who apeu^ ih» gi'cater part of the day in the" oblige of the impeachment board, "Walji street, waa noi ready last eveoli^ to discuss in detail the new evince which has been uneoo^th«^ since hi« arrival in the city, he did say «ïk»-pbalically that much Important work has been done. He admitted la aa-s-wer to questions that he had fpntO* evidence o£ more cawpaiga fimds coa-iributpd to Governor, Saker.  Have Du9 Up New fcvidenee. . "We have dug up new évidence," he said, -i, for one, am opposed to ftling additional charges agalnt the iîrvernor. First, It is likely to hamper ihc trial. Secondly, there is no need of It finder the present ruling of the court which is ready to receive tea-timony in regard to Uie conduct of the" governor. 1 prefer, however, to, dii»cu.s8" the evldeni*? of the neW wit-oesies except to say that -my virft here has been exceedingly fruitful"  Mr. Ue\T was asked what would be done in regard to James C. Qarri-t!on. itiTîcrisoned for contempt by the assembly.  • I am told by Mr Garrison's law* >errf," paid Mr Levy, "that he, Ite ; ready to talk. We have no desire to liolding Mr Garrison In JaJl if he will came forward and tell the troth, All^-the assembb wishes is that he purge hinii'eir by telling the truth, no mat- . U't whether it hurts him or any other . pejpoon. If he has proof he should produce it. If he has not he must withdraw hiiJ soandaloijH chargos.  "The assembly, however, does not ni'^-t until one week from Tomorrow, ■M (i t'f course, we cannot take up his fai^e pnor to that time."  i mf-4  T'Ti:  V, fl  EVIDENCE NOTAOMfSSABLE  SCHMIDT iUfiORS SUMMONED i  oration theru wiil be no adHítb«H>4>í  On all sider» il is ím-U fliat the curfen<> i«'U.-!atioii vkUi h" t|)f p,.\.-re.st test (if the pj csiderit'ü strfMig'h that tie iiat hi < ti railed upo'i to unileriio. and nian> oT his fiu-nd-' fear that r'aUure m Ui'-- m-,- u M  tend to detrai t funi ihe i)opn|pr''v w hie ft tie has. tain^-jfi- thrnuüli biyi^w-tory on th^- tarift'  70 Cattle Raiders Kil'ed. rehcran, Sept i*:» Ahuiit I'i'i ma f rnd'ns; iJir irib'sn:''n v. ho '.s pi>- on cattle fü'.d ^^^n-ar h a ■■ > i  • T1  tiA  -1 >i.  The Onl)  I'C ai'e •■!  Efííct've Way.  >1 h- 'll llll.-  ll_\ d'Iti I \ .Ml (Tl 'f.  38 Well-Knovwn Business Men of New York to Be Present at Coroner's Court Friday  ,Neiv > (irk. >>ept. ;.?!» - t oroner Israel i e.niieig iiaa aervert bununoues uu ¿b ol lue betil-known business uien iii .sew ^ OI K citi. Inquiring ineui lo Oe pi tibcni ai ihe coroner h courc ne.-a i-1 iday as a panel Ironi whicn to se | led a jury tor the inquest into iiie j deaih ol -Anna Auuiuller, llie leciuiy i laHid, whom liau.s SciiuiiOl haij con ! icHsed that iie luurdereU i  The coroner s reason ¡or calling so I e.xceptujnal a jury, h^ aaid last niKtil. | ih tu provide ¡1 pr^'cedent iii ca.»» au^ i ijuestioa of liie corpus d«^iiciti, tti> i lilenmy of liie body, ehould couif up. ' ( oion«-'r Feinberg believes that taiure | juries would lie guided by th»- de<MhUUi ot this jury riieodore F rihoiiL« I ( oroner TtHlITieTg luii« a«keel to be } toreinan. ¿chinidt spent the da> ye»- , terday in hib cell, iyiiif; in lied and : looking at «he ■•piling On the advio > j of hib lawyers. !i«- sees no callers ' HrnetJt \ Murei It;» d'Mitist friend ' rT ^chnrdr 's lio v, ¡|^ ar;--sfed w lt;i i r'-'^niidt atiil ind'clt'd^Vo' havms a '  ..... i/tf-f it r"on<'\ [iiant, sa'd that he '  ' fti^ pfi<'eftlv wfll'nt: 'n leHtify on ! eiilipr side of the S<'hnTd' ease  charged at the door, lut el V tree. '  All seats abso  Sir Albert Fast Dead.  London, Sept. Sir Albert Fasi pretiideril ot the Rovnl Hocietj of Krjt ish .Xriisib. died today He was bori ai Kettering, Hec. 15. 1840.  BASEBALL GAMES  National League Standing.  National League Standing.     Club.s    W.    L.          Ne« Kirk ......    ---- Uii    •ib    ■ tio:      i-'hil^aeiphia . . .    . . . . MJ    .> 7    . (.> » j'      Ctiicaí.;<j ........    . . . .    bj    ,'i 7 '      l'iit.NliurKn .    - - 7.H    ti;'    i,.-)      hUMO.i .......    . . . .; t.>    6.1    'i 4.      Un-oiiiyn    . . . . O.".        .-i-'.ï      l inc. 11 uati .....    . . . ü J    i. 7    •í . i      i^OUltí ...    4;»        . ... • 1     ra'.d^^Aijeai f-ur[iriï-'Hl i»y '(ile ueiidainjer  coïntnand of ! > kjeldcbran I .I'-'ht foliovNed f'bes men w ef  »»ver. nianaged to prevent further hoa-tilities for Ihe niOment, and Judge Truly was» Bummoned. Hp responded ai^once and took charge o' the posae, which was ordered to scatter through i^ie .n<^gro districts and.warm every one they «aw to leave tho village as 4u|ckiy and quietly as possible  UUdiM'  tiie Swndi-h i^Ti'or \ fierce hand to hand in vNliich TO of i!j<' ' killed ami ft\fMi  ■Il t!> •1 v..  1 iree I'r.  prisnneri;. The gendarines !oyt thrve killed a-nd two severelv wounded  L w/v/ned fr '"jleura Panama, ."^ent l'ri\aie .John  T. Stanton of ( ompany juth Infancy. wati dwwjjed Ml ''ulebra cut. This ¡ is the first case of dr<^wniiig in tüe j •completed section of the canal.  Beachey Returns to Aviation.  FIoTt uiond.'-i on N \ , S.-pt Jii -1,í,;c.m;ii lieachi' lia.s ri'ti.'iied tu ¡.O j ati'Ui 'o¡ tir.-;i time miic ■ l'il2.  j nnd unFU)l.^;^od thai he *ntends to i prtn e <!;at the b¡i>l.'uje can do all or ; more than P.-^tiud has laused the ' nionoplune ?o do abroad Boachen is ¡ having the stroiiK-'i-t. and faf^te^( pos-yilde biplane biiili hère and purposes 'o prove b> it thai Pegoud's perform-anceti can he rivaled or excelled.  ; Seng^^ra Beat Internationa. Chamn«.  ; \e^\ark, .s J, iiepi, 2'.! l'Iark (irTt I fith brou>rht bis WashiiiKto.'i .Ainericdns  ! 1 ri' v.^blerdas and the\. def^ated ihe ' ' Kewarks chanipkiitó of the int^r'wi , I fonai i aiiUH. .i to 1 .imi .Shav^ the ; i j.ifcher the Washinptons got frorn the ' Pitti-burii collt'frianK and fanned out ' ! to the Vork (Tri Stai» l-'aiu ' team , • tliia year. % a« iu thti bo\ fot tlif S-'n ^ Hiors and struck out 1-1 ineu .lobn nv KnznjHiin oppo.sed the \\ ashuic'tons , and pitc^ied .'^hutont bai) after t^ie ^ first inniiii; The Newarks rnade their , run in ilu; sixtb. Morxan fumbi^d lÌHlton'si gfounder and the rutiner ^as i sent aronnd the resi of thK> circuit on i  Saturdays Games.  Brook I.Mi, -1. -New ^ o I k .1 t>0.~lon, l'h;larte;i)u:;i,  11 ly. 111...I.  -I, ; ouii.  öunaay s OarT.cs. At Cinciiinai-:  (.'hu'afeo " i 1 U 1,1 I'  .;:í>iiiC.ltiHii!l i 1 " >• i -1 " 1  lia.:.!.«.- c-iat K ami .'ííc.-ji,:  ai. aiiU ' Ui I i ir-i Kàiin- luciuiiati. J c-agu. "  Mrnerican Le.-bu® atana^ng  Sulier's Human Interest Story Not Likely to Be Heard by Impeachment Court  Albany, Sept iiy.—€ounsel for the ut-feeinbly impeacnmeni managers de-I clared last niglu lhai ihe court ûf impeachment wouid not permit Gover-î iu>r Suixer lo recite on the wîuit'SS ' .-land tl»e human mtercbi story lu- ia I preparing. outlunng an aileged cou-j spiracy on the part ol Charles F, ! Murphv aud local Démocratie leaders ! ihiougbout the stale to ge'. rid of Gov-i , rnor dul^er.  With a vi<w of leadins up to such a rH'-iial on tlu p.^rt of Covenior Suiz-er il ieanied lasl mslit that the  j -¿iiliM-r inrceg were tn subpoena A'ery i lu» ni ber ot tbe Démocratie siate coin-u,!nee vUio itccepis. iiie state leader-oi ( "hai; k t. F M urphj, with a view .M fhowlîji, th.it theve locai Democra-tu lerui' r< tiiroiiKliout itie islaW? labor v\;t.h iheîr l.-na; . ^sisuibhman at tlie i) -tii sî ot vile !e;ider of TummajQy Hall •n !h.-ni to vote fur Sulzer S im-  rouîii'»-! lof the  (i-rv ii .ii iln> fveî! if  maiiagers, however^ eí¡deíH-e is uot, adit could be proved  ii il E  ( u.U.-I'hii.iu, nitna'  C'i. \ ei.il.d 1 OflUKi  Ch.c.i^.. D« trou St i.i.ui;-Nev. \ork  U ítíí I  I' ^  'hat .^'ilzeri^ inspepc-bment was tir^-;ph\ abouT throiifth the connivance t!." i leii.i i ratir 1< aders and that 'il» 't'i'bfJ"^-! '-î.us raised^.liN_ Goveraor' Sïil/i ! and his fnt-nds iio i>art of .1,,. h, ;oie tiîe court of impoach-  liîe;-.! h'. !he articles of tinp«achîaent .-irtnii!. d i.'v i.ii. ^late 'asiH«'mbly.  en:, u v.'Tiatn last nisht ' ffiàt If i er.îjtiT .^'ii/'.er's huniaîi intei'est .'.rh t,h#'pnbl!c il mijiir' .•signature and not as Te tîie high ,court of im-  ■ o. er il-u n-ess hf  . lüllevn  S.ô  baiuraay's G,= rre&.  iu>is>îoi!, . l'tîîîaâeiphia.  Deirou, T. 4, l'ies .-iaiiu, ij. i. \\ abbuif:toii. A KtiU. .'.  ^bica.iio, li, iîi i^i-Hiii.  'he p : .--da  '.'îe C  I irtobè!  e\i». ( w>d thaf testimony for V. il) ^11 bc in bv Wed-Tlie,rsday and that .all the murht be in 'by the i\so Hist.ici, and a deci«iop. by irt reached by the middie of  einlies by Gagnier and Alyers.  HEAD THE CLASSÌFIED ADS. ì ^'"ivu •  Ris:^ arid Veiti, ix 'I I 1 - e-i oí aM cotnrior«. " riiiiT'íT i-,T¡(i níast -<-»>.-11 t¿c t^ost   

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