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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 29, 1886, Wellsville, New York                                 Vol 6. No. 876  WELLSVILIiE, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1886.  ROOMS TO RENT.  Itfurge, light imd convenient, with water »nd gwj. Terms reaaonablo. Inqnire  SeptOtf H. Bakkisteb & 8ok.  NOTICE TO OAS CONSUMERS.  Notice in hereby given to gas consiiniern tlmt on all accounts remaining nnimid on the flnit day of October next, the gas will bo promptly shut off, and that on and after thnt date, positively, no dinconntH will l>o allowed on billa not paid on or l)e-foro the 10th day of each month.  EMa-iiiE Gas and Fiteij Co. , Limited.  —Stem-winding watches from up, at T. E. Faesett'».  SECURITY—DESPATCH.  The Uniteti States Express Company, now in the thirty-siicond year of its existence, with offices in all of the principal cities'of the United Htat-e«, thonk« the people of Wellsville and vicinity for their {Mitront^e in tli© i»»t, and in askiuj,' for thfir coutinueil favoni, pletlgcni itself to f?ive better service at as low rata« as any other company.  United States Expr«isComimny'8 Money Onlers on salo at the following cheap prices:  ST) and under...05c. $5 to 10........08c.  10 to 20...........10c. 20 to 80........12c.  ;]0to40...........15c. 40 to 50........30e.  Oftiee at the old stand of Brown & Madison, l\Iain Rtret^t  a. T. Eably, Ajient.  July irul.twBnio.  CARPETS !  The Reporter.  KVBBY AFTEBÎÎOON.  WFXLSVILLE, N. Y.  ENDS W. BARNES,  KDrroR.  AN" WILDER IN OLBAN.  He Swears Out a Warrant for Fred Serene, a Fornner Wellsville Lad.  TURN THE HOSE ON 'EM.  Georg© Axtoll.tho Deposit Murderer,  Dies fn HIa Coll.  Sulwcription, 35 cents per month. Advertising ratejs ma^le known at the olBce.  REPUBilCAII NOMIKAÎIOIIS  COUNTY.  For Dlíilrict-Altíomoj',  OSCAE A. FULLER. For Justice ot scmloat!, JAMES L. CRIITENDEN. For Coronera, OEOKOE H. WITTER, M. E. VANDUSEN. H. F. OniLETTE.  ASSEMBLY.  For Member ot Assembly,  WASHINGTON MOSES.  CiiABiiESTON wa« scared yefit«ir<iay morning with another earthiiuako «hake, although no damage was done.  Tub world now u»es 40,000 terrclfl of coal oil daily, and America luia enonprh on luuid to keep up the tnipply for three years.  Geo. W. Washington, one of the best known c-olorí«l Republican leadera in Alabama, died Monday at Montgomerj'. He was one of tiie 806 who vottMÌ for Grant at Chiflo, and had one of the Grant m^aln.  C. H. FISHER.  CARPETS.  AND  COBNINO must now l)e regarded as a iiimt political center, since it lias the cltairmen of both the Democratic and He-pnMaciua stMte oommiUt^os. If they conld play tli© viirtm and be indueetl to stump the state together they might attract »is much attention as the Taylor brothers of T«nneiisee.  One Sunday in the year i.s to be, known U.S Pri-sonera' Sunday. It ori^nnated with the Prison Association of Ni;w York three year« ago. TJje idtahan bei'U taken up in >tfu;r Btat««, and on October 24 the day iK td be observed in Colonulo, lowa, Minne Hutii, Michigan,Ohio, P<'nusylvauia,!\iary laud, Now Jerttey and Conntniticut. In nearly all these States its obser\iui(!< due to auxilliary associations fonned tui der the National Pri.son Association of tlu United States.  lUUb  Persons wishing to buy Crockery, Glassware, or Lamps, etc., should bear in mind that in carrying a line of these goods we are under noV additional expenses, consequently we are enabled to undersell all other dealers.  remember !  We have the largest store; The largest stock; The greatest variety, and very lowest prices.  G. W. FredericlL & Co,  Opposite Baldwin Block  The acting Secretary,of the Treasury has i.Hsned the 14ad call for the redemption of Iwnds. The call is for llfteen million dollars of the three per cent, loim of 1892, The principal imd interest willl>e jiaid at the Trtia«ury in Washington on the Ist of November. The bonds, calle*! are num bored as follows: $■'>(), original number 00 tt» original lumibfr ¡'>->, V)oih inclusivt $100, original number ('41 to original num ber 77(i, Iwth ineluHive; $f>iH), original number to original number ;U0, both iueluHive; §1,000, original number 2,43 to i>riginal»uumber both inclusive  310,lKK>, origiuftl nuinlHT 7,;W.t to original uunllHT y,810, lK)th incluHive—total, $15,  The losse.s by Saturday'h lain storm near RikI City, Mich., will rea<>h §200,000. At Carry lightning struck a tree which fell 111) a houae occupied by James Barrow killing his child and injuring his wife iiurns were burned by lightning, liamH luul liridges were deatroyed and the rail roads were badly wtiahed out.  E. E. Trowbridge, of Cleveland, the young man who disappeared at Niagara Falls, leaving a note saying tliat he tendeil to commit suicide, was arrested Buffalo yesterday. He claimed tliat ht fully intended to throw hinmelf over the falls when he left the hotel, but clmnged his mind and went back tt> Buffalo in the hope of getting work. He owes a board b'Uof fi20 to the proprietor of the West-em hotel at the ialla tmd will bo charged with defrauding a hotel keeper.  The Olean I/eraJd myn: "D. Wilder, the platform dance man, went beforffJu.H-tice McKinley and swore out a warrant for Fred Serene, whom he alleged had threat^nied many timan ■ to kill the etjm-plainimt, by shooting, cutting with a knife, and other way«. Wilder alleged that he was in continual ar of lihysicjal destniction at the hancls Herene, especially at night. During the (h»y he eould k<;ep his eye on Berene, but he was afraid the fcillow would get tlu^ drop on him under cover of darkw-HH.  rene wíw ftrreKt««d by Ofliecr Whcliui, Under the trying eirenni.ntjinct's he up-aríMl quite Seren«', but the other num wn« Wilder. It is to>> ImmI. The platform (hwee is a serious matti^r, by itself."  Both of the alH)ve names are familiar to WellHville eai-K, and without any do\ibt the D. Wilder is the only.and original "Dan" ho was Hueh an intolerable imimnee in this city some months sine«'. If it is the mine per )n, Olean puts up with more 4luin W\>llsville would, according to ac-iounis that have been madn public through the Olean press, of ahamefvd doings at the Y>latform dances held there.  The RKi'onTiíK wtmld not atlvine any Cfmimunity t<J resort to unltiwful nieaiis, even to get rid of sucli vermin aa the Wilder gang. But l)eiore they were llnal-ly brought to justice in this city and nuido to pay the iieualty prescribtMl by the law to offenders of mondity and decency, the ttre-deimrtment of Wellsville found it convenient^ one night, to respond in full numbers to an jüunn of fire. The fmi was in front t)f the Wilder ranclí Two gotMl streams of wuter were turned on -n»», not the lire " tlu' luist; became unmanageable, and both Mtr«ams miule a bee-line for Wiljli>r's with Kueh telling fi)rce and efl'eet, tluit in less time than it takes to tell it, tlu; WildeKs were afloat. " Dun," and his filthy followers made a sueak via back door. They continued to iloat. They floated iM'fore the ix)lice justice within a few di\ys after this drown-out, nud, after triol, they floated t<; the Bullido W(nl; house for ii term of six months, it seems in flouting iin.iuiid they have been loclget on the eaniil bunk in Olean.  Ah Olean is a town of "natural iulviui tages " and has plenty of water as well as a heap of " sjuul," it would not be sur prising U) hear tluit the "canal bank eiti zens" were agtdn afloat, Ix'fore long.  Binohamton, N. Y-, Sept. 2!».......(l<H)rge  Axtell, the nnirderer of Ellis Fr(>»'maii, William Perry and Freeitmu Freneh, ut |M)HÌt, May 1885, ,11,^1 in his celi in ' F.roome eounty jail almut 4 o'clock 'at^Tclay afternotin. The death is sup-j)os<h1 to bave lM»eti eau.Hed by epiliiisy nr apoplexy. Tlu-eoroner will hdld un iu-«luest to-day. A motion for a uew trini of Axti'Il, who hi\<l once J>een senteneed to be hanir<'(l aitd in w]i(m<' euSe a stav pni-edinsishiul be.-ii iiranteil, was ar;.cueil in the general tt rm of the siij)reme court in Binghamtou ou Monday. li wiih rumored BiuKlianituM that tìie <leath of 'Axtell was caust.'d by poisou takeu with suieiJul int<nd, but the physiciuiis in aitendanee ny t!u' repoi t. (ìcori^i' II. (^u.tckenhnnh, tlif- <!< sp< riit<' Viurgkr and eriniiiiul wlio robbeil the hous«! of llev. Mr. MeVeiigh of sTOn worth silverwure uiid was euught lust >lìire1\ Home Ity Hherift' lirown, iUid ulu) whh taki>u to Aulìurn last week io stny uìih ars and threemonths, luwl been oeeii j)ying a t-ell in the hìhuc comdor with Axti'll. Tlie pr«>8cnee oi this hunlencd rin»inul hinl niude .Vxtell very ;,'!ooniy'. but since liis de])arture the \-ouii'4 iiuiti luid Iniiihteneil eniisitlerably ujul felt b r, up])areutly« Tliese fuets, uitb the dions of the ]ìhyMÌeiuns, seen» to imti-e4ite certainly Ihat the deuth was nota suicide. The ìdierilV>ijn)k(> hi,u'lily of Ax  ll's(k'.purtiii« ut as il |>rÌKotier. Jle tliem frouble Imt oìirc unii tliui wus wheii le trieil to assist (^uai-kenlnish to < si'Uije. Axt^'ll was Iweuty-fonr years ohi, uud ema mitted bis tripple m\u'iler when iuflaiue.l by drink. The shoutiiig wus dt)ne v. itii twenty-eight eulibre, self-uetuig revolverv ou Deconition day, w hen Axtell had driveii the family or the man he worked i'or in town to isee the liolidav obsiji'vauces.  "AlvinJosIln" Wants $50,000.  BrsoKAMTON, Sept. 28.—A summons vfda stirved late yesterday aftemoon on E D. Vosburg & Co, of thia place as a pre-Uminary to an action to Iks brought against them by Ch««. L. or "Ahia Jo9-  lin." The action wjl! be for $50,000 (km ages. Mr. Davis, who appeared before crowded house at Binghamton Saturdivy evening, iulvertised tt) display his dia monds in the show window of tl^e al>ove named flrm. The diamonds did; not ar rive in tinie, and the tirm placed a CArd in their window siiying the diamonds luul been pawijed at Ithaca. Hence the jvction  VVahhinoton, Hept. 2y. —The ilrst meet mg of the cabinet since the president return, was held at the white house this afternoon. There were present Seeretaiy Lamar, Postmaster-genend Vilas, Acting Secretary Fairchild and Acting Attorney general Jenks. To-day's session hist nearly three hours imd so far jvs can bw learned was devoted entirely to the eon aideration of routine matters.  Between 600 and TOO^lxix njakers struck at Chicago on Monday, for an ailvance of wages averaging fifteen and twenty pe cent, and fourteen of the sixteen factorie are closed. All of them had orders ahead and the men took advantage of this fact thinking their demands would be acceded to.  NOT TO HANG.  Single Copy 2 Cents  THE CANDIDATES  For Judge of the Court of  Appeals.  Judge Danio!?, NamofJ by the Hepub-llciann and Rufu« W, F><h lih.'ii« by Df'tnocrat' .  tfi '{'Hi? HFS'i KXjf j-  Xr.w VoiiK, Hcpt. w l.'i p.m. .Tudire DiiiiielV: niuiie whh a'.'itid iipnii ji.s the iindidati" liy ihe tie|iiiìì!ie;ii(.'i for .fiidg«; if the Comi of .Vpiiciils, and iitifiis W. I'ei>kha!n ^v!ls njimi d Itv the 1 ieiiioerats.  Corning Has a Strike.  Coii.NiX(i, X. Y., Hi>pt. ,28.The eni-pIoye.Hof (Jai)tuin John Honres i;]rt.s.s cutting sho|)s (¡uit work this mornin;;. Coni-s*» soon after yesti-rdiiy's strik«Mtf ¿-ixty workmen in Tlininas (t. Ilawkes' ^ias,-, Utting .she.j)!; ailds new tuel to the labor xeitement here. Yesterday uftenioou a luautity of work was seiii ovt r t'roui Hawke's t(-) rbiarc'.s and it wms uuilerntouil that it wus lo he-iveii out to the latterV mployes this nionn'jm. At a ineetiii'j: •Id last ni;rht the latter decided not to do if ^'iven out., 'Dii.s tuoniin.LT uIjcíí lloare'tí nie» be^'àu work one eiitter I'onad )bjeetionai>lc Work on hiN frame, lie re-fu.sed to do it audali tl.i'' em[»k■ye< follow^xl suit. Several iiuniediaiely put on their oats and h't't tiie .--hoi», and are now lioM-!i. meetini; in the Kuiiihts id' íj;dHjr hall t(> di.'icu.s.s the-iuatter. It is nnknou n wliut the outcome w il] be. M'he njen s;iy that the objeetiunable work wu.s jmt ther»' by a prc-arrau.-ied pkui and tln-N- couid not ioOtliei wise than as they did, syuipatlu/.-iug as they d») witli yesterthiy's strikers. AH is huriy burly here, but everyone hopes for a spe<^dy stittlement. There is no change in the Hawkes' strike. The latter'» emi)loye8 still have tho altemafeve of withdmwing from the Knight« of Lalxn-and returning to ti,work. They refiise, however, to accept th»5 condition. , ]\Ir. Hawkes left last evening with his wife for a tri]) to the we.st.  ESCAi^ED FKOTvl J All..  Tho Stinr>ni:ed Murrinn-r Of Emory T11 a y (:! r L> i « : i His; W • t y {o F r « ; y ci o m.  Ilocnr.srr.T,, N. Y., Sept.-The jail it («enesfi» was found I'uipty thif. uiornifiix V hoh- had been dui^ throuidi tl»e wall. Squires, the alleged murderer of FaTr^ry'''' Thuyer, with White, Pre,-.sly and Ininnin;:^ held for burglary, and Trwin, for laseeny, all e,-;<'aped. Tlic indication-. ar<- ¡hat tlu-e.seape oceurred ejui^v lit,»! esi iiiuir.  Frank Sijuire,s war. one of the tsvo men arrer.ied a yeai* apjo nu ilie char,;«' of niur-■h-rin:; a fannei'named 'Idniv^r near Av(tn.  liowiuan, till' ninn aia-f^ted with Hquire.s was Hequitf.'d on hise.un i 'Mifc-.^uoii fliat. iiu thi'!¡i',i'h( in (jUc- tion iu-was eni;a,L.ved in !iur:r!iu"\'at HoU'-nyi' X'ill.-i Ib> mhh nl)sei|Ut'ntl.\ ,sejit ti> .-aatf pri,-ion on tho latter eluti,;«'.  S.juiris lias Ih. u tried <.in 'the  'hai';',"' of ninrdi i". l!<,e''u!iy new and ini-»ortanf rvidenee 'ha'; seeured in tho  TliaVt I' ea.'^r by tln» det<>eiiv''S, and they ff..) eoniidcni fii;i( sli.iui.l Hquir.-,^: be lirouirht to Iria! lifwiH Ix-e<ínvietetk it is ,supj)o,sed that thei'c wer-- four juen in the u'.üu; fhai t'vvo of then! líuVUinUi. iUld aWitlltT - Went to lloneoyu SUitl Operati'd títere», while Si[nireH anil the fotuih nuiU o|>«-ruted at th(> Titayer place, the nv\u'dev of Tlu'iVer £'.>11¡ .\s in,u.- TUi:i fo?;irih nuirs íp now known ami i.s in pri-;on. it is fhottf^lit that Sqa!re,s had obtained an inkiiri;^ of the new e\idene!' sii,:ain'-t hiu'..  W.^HIUNUTON, Sept. -Const ' Tanner of Chemnitz reports tlmt the beer production of Germany in IBHTi was l,t(Hi,0{>0,-(KK) pillions, enough to form u lake one mile s<iiiare and six and a half fiu t deep, or. it would make a nuuiin;,' ,■stream as lurge as .sojne of our rivers. Ht; says the eonsinni)iit>n of intoxieants in (b rmiiny per heiul is four times as great as in the United States, yet, -there are,l,tKX> hopeless dnuikards in the United States to t^'U ill (Tennany. I\ir. Tanner siiys since his arrivid in (Tennany he has his "tirst glass of water to see drtuik."  Ratiitir Late Denial.  Ori'.vwA, Sejit. '„'S,—Wii^'-ins io-day issued an aili1re;,H t-o the pi-opie uf the, iJniteil State-J in V,hieli he ,says: The prt-ilietion pnlilii-hed in tlie New York ¡tre.ss. and !•> be tiUHc, thai an earfh-  «jnake will deva,-.1a!<- New < )i-]!,iiin.s, (¡jU -ve.st-on and other Southern eitir:^ a!ou<j; and :,«..uth of the :;oth parallel on WediH i day. the ¿iith in>-t,. is a t':ti.-;eho(Hk It wa.-- oriu'i-!\ated hi-ri' by tlu ir ,.\vn ee>rre;ipo!!d(-nis. I'wo years ajTo ( for.--.aw that a :.-reat^ stiu-ni wotUd ocenr ii^ the iiorth ami south -Vtluniie fn-i-.i St.pte!ii(»er -'¡»th to (»<-t(ilt- r I,--!. a!)d thai an rai't)i.|Uake ¡.icritni  would (H.'i-ur ¡a .\nieriea from Au.u'ust 'Si toOetol), r ]:>, t'a«- -r. al. :-? strain bi tn^Jl oii Sei)te!nlN-r j',!!!., ,v,,uUi .-t tif ;intli paralh-l of nortli iaiilMue ;;ud so inadr uiy report ti-vlhf ('anadjiui < MA-i rniu.-nt. Tiiis i.-. tiip sum aii.i siil.--?anr,- tiwu.  Chann*;-» Oi ! ií.,ití,";.  \N'AsniN(;-,oN. Se] t, The folh-win-r ehati^esluive iH'Ttii tnade k»! po.stal rutes: Blank ehtu-ks, drafts and siuulur printed forms sueh ajsderd,s, in.sttranee policies, etc.. will hereart<'r thre.u'.;b tlu' mails as third matter at the rate of une cent for two unnee.>^. '¡'Iiis will itieltule cluHik Ixvoks or Ixjoks of blank draft.s, but not ordimuy- bhuik l)ooks, whieh are fourth v*la.ss matU'r, at t>ne c»}Ut an ounce. Drafts. i>oïicies and other such paiKirs tilled up w itiiwriting will_ l>e chargtHl letter i)osta„'<\ ____ -,  v4  Life becomes almost a burden when tlu^ Ixidy is racked with the suflfering which arises from .scrofula. If any taint of this disease lurks in your lilood, Ayer's Hursa-parilla will ex|>el it. The entire system may bo thoroughly renovated by taking this medicine.  EüÍl-Ph., Sept. ','7.- The Erio ont! s<itiií(iu¡/ ìSìijht (Um'r-öer has )K>en «old to ,1. C. Ibudy, a memlna- ot the Erie'1 tar, for ifSinKk : The retiriufi pn^-prietor, Ku-eiie J. Miller, had only been th»' owner a year, and relinquishes" Ins IuIkuh on ueeount iif ill health.  The Volco of the People.  ■The ]>eo))le. as a whole, s. Idoui luaK,-mistukes, und the unani'iu-us . praise whieh have eona- fr^n: tlms,. have used l_iood\s Sa¡-siq,a! i.Ua. iijiiy. ¡usi i .lie« the claims i»f tli.- pro|ai<'toK"..rthis !.îreut mi'dicine, Ind..ed. îii. ><■ \e!y i î:ni,is are based «'ntirel.\- on wiai! ¡ía- people -..¡v Hood's Sarsa pari lía. ha.s done for theni. Ilead the abundant evideuee of its enratise powei-N, and give it a fair, hom^t triul.   

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