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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 29, 1893, Wellsville, New York                                 ir  VOia XIII No. 281  WELLSVILLE N. Y. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 89 1893.  Bingl© Copy Two Csatè  BILIOUSNESS  Who lias not snffcnKl nii>? mÍMcry —cauf3e<l by }»ilo in t!u) Hioinach wliicl), iin i)iai;tivo or liver iailod to carry off.  THE PREVENTION AND CURE IS  BETWEEN  NEW YORK  -ANl>-  cmo j^G-o-  I'lilnmn  <■ nIS to New Vol K. Bosiou ' ifveland, Chicago and Cin'cinn^ti.  Trains leave Wellsv'lle:  l:}'>;i. ni. Daiiy, for Oleaii, Kalamancu, Jaim-Htowi!, Clcveliuid, Cincinnati, (iliicago.  'J:()5 a. ni. Daily, fitoppingat :ill princi{m,l HtalionH to balonianca. 'J'iivough cars to Cioveland, Cincinnati and Ciiicago. 1: i 1 J), in. Daily accommodation for Dunkirk. connectin'^ at CarroUun for Bradford.  vS'Or» p.ni. Daily, iu'cttnunodation to Sala nianca, connection at Walani:nica for Ikiidford.  Bt-'iH p. ni. Daily, r^lopping atOlcan, Salamanca, conncctiiiijc for BradfoK!, througli carrf to .lamcstown, C'leveland Ciuci'uiaii ami Cliicai^o.  KAST.  (i:2!i a. m. Daily, for llornclisvillc, ('orn-inf.;-, Ehnira,'liinghamton, New YoiU, ]'fuhidcl}»hi;i, an'i Washington, connecting at Ii<irnenBviile for pointn on 'Bn|ialo division, 10:1^' a. ni, Daiiy, acconimodation for Hbrncllsvillc.  #'0(» n,ni. Daily, ior Horncllsviilo, Coining, Elmira, Binghaniton, New York, i'inladeijthia and V/ashington. 1:17 p. in. Daily, for IIt>rncHnvil}e, Addi-i-on Corning, Ehnira, Waverly, O\svxo P>inghauitunand New York.  p. in. Daiiy, acconhnodation for lioiaiellssille, connecting for points on F.nttalo divisioiTiK 7;00 p. in. Daily, for Horncllsvilli!, Corning, Elrnira,"Biiiglianiton, Bo^Aon and New York'. Dr-JO p. n'l. Daily, New York spccial sto])-niiig at Hornellsville, C'ornitsg, Eln.ira. hinglianiton, ¡irrive New York 7:5<) a . ni.  Trains Noh. 2. R, 10 and 13 have Pnll-nian I'alacu cars ami throngh day eoaches. Tlnrougii ticketa to iiii iiuiut« East or Wer?t. For fuiihei' mformation npp!}-to local agentis, tsr addn;::;! 11. T. dacgx-r, Gen'l Agent, 111 Jlain Bt., Buffalo, Si. Y., or  D. I. IIOBEKTS, General ras.seic.;er Agent, ------------------------------Ncw'Yori  liquid or powder, v/liich gives quick action to ilio livor and C'lrrioa oiFtlio bilo by a mild movc-rneni of the bowel«. It i.-; nn purgative or griping incdicinc, but [)UrC'ly vegetable. ]\Iany j^eoplo tako pillB—moro take feiminonH Liver liegnliitor.  "I bof>n a vict im to BiHonHncK« for years, niiil nlliT Iryhii? varioun remwUcM my only nucci'ss wan in tlio usis of HUn-mons Liver Pwfsjnlator, v/liich iKn-cr luilca to reUcvo inc. I «peak not, of nwniAf, alone, lint my wholo lamilv."—J. M. l'Irai,-fcitlimi, Alti.  Ä3-EVE11Y PA€;KAGE-im'  Has «iir Z Sfmnn In re«! on ^rrnppi>r. ê. U. KiaUN & CO.. PSnluddplu«, Pa,  mimm like È  swH 1 ssn en k; Î'.  < îlii r M 'ini nu (¡1- nu li < .i' . n M'IH1 mil ' Isiii îi^ 1'Mi'iMi nn<l nt tii.î jüiiüf inno «iipiilie.-i n'x.il |,I( I , t 1 oî .. ;>>.ii"t lu- ii.iiii ' Il l'-i ( ti uliM ft • P' - U'I 1.» >' ii<  /.• i.' .'<■;/,•. inrdiniio !ia'< jtf rfnrnii'ii H-t iiuniv  riul can u ;;"V(.(1 ' IIM'K'I li  xiii.i t  PETEE KLFLEII,  ......\ï i^jom'i HTii^sî:,.  ËEEIAI ÂlllCM HOTEL,  Km-j«5 ti«- OjUiba alfil OKWKSr.K T.-KKWTKG CO-.'S  LÄGER BEER  Isjryo «s? craitîî «jiinnti! loi ---------------------------h5»-€«-ii tuneî-  • d- -»S tai t 1 c, ili  p füVí W«t3t ft r,oo.l ora C<- « l  1 Clâsa eî  , ciái 1A Piallili.  B'  Bf gia.  mmim ^op'fl^s ' ■  ims!) WM GGi-iPimiiT. E. A. CHILDS.  Welkville, N. Y  entîstpy  5ZEE  » » »  'fssn?  "i|.ckis,f Ttsîà TrcfltAS  ARï  Grass IIÌTBSU-ILS.  and ßiifi-^ Arüüciai  Bitoctítif wi-aiGut lÄin. IMstÄ mo-anKvl -nxm Oola,  rsJiiluui'ini' ÌìubixT Flaws'. GoUÌ fSr^fsur, Cxowni ataa Bridgi ^'^rSí  KtSSïTSIBS FtU«T-Cl.AliS.  H. IL Emmxku, % f. D, 1>. S.  WrnxUiviLtiS, fi. S.  f  l»I Iffllï ïlï  m act iH our iii'i'iit. We inrri.-ii au »-xi)'-!! «iitllit an.l ail M'ii lîi .il fnf. H 1-trv Ute Imsinoss. U.' will tivat yoa lit'lp.vt.u 1 >. .nil U !» UüiUi. uuLi.^i; W V«" "  icxv" of all uírcí eau live ut lu>air and woik Miarò timo, «r .-xU tin- tini*'. Auy oiio jiuy \%iic Jni r'MH .. ito nt a. .Il oí iiioii.'v. Maiiv iuuo nui Tvv» iäui!(iri-d Uollius 3ioiiìli. ao ci..-  tli« wurld are imikiiii; ^o snut'i nu.u. vvithout Militai .as tho5o aî work for us bu-nu liUasant, :.!riflly lioi.e..i''I(, alni v n-I" tarli aiiv ottuT offíTcd to îiiri'iit  \ on liavf  iifl.l, with HO <ipiiiiH'ti'tr<!ii. >Vc.f(au{> A«'" cvcrytiii  iiK, Hiul puniilv prnUcl .lirvcUoiis i !., írjii)H-r.í Wlüdi.ií oIhívkI íaithfulh , v, ill brj mori- iiimu'v Ulan will aiiv oílu r lai.-im ^.-, ¡.rovi- your ¡ifospootsI Why not? \<iu can 'lo asily and Mn'cly at work fur n«  ■Mv !iî(»i<î îiadîv pcn'.'nnrd In«! niv v.holi» hvsî<'tn ont oí nrdí'r—> n.;t;ìnr, .«ortrí'o r¡f í-tiflt'i-tni:. no niovnu ntoi lili'. Two b.'íillcsoS' f'lu, nic r¡írht ont. T nere is no tti;r rcuitdv torlilooil «h^oast-.-.  ' c; \Vi ,, 1) e,t  mmi  SENATE ANI) HOUSE.  DEBATE RESUMED ON THE FEDERAt ELECTIONS DILL.  TlXultiS'l on bioíiíl nnil f^kin iHica-c-i inaiU-i! frt:«.;. .SWIFT sriXlFIC CO.. Allunta. Oa,.  BEßmnLD's'ßi::.  rmRmß'^Mi  ■SJ^-y  Mr, ll!f)i Is i's.ioi.j Hi.. ?.fri5s«r.~ A i.irfty «pipiTh by K»«j»rr>i?«»»)ntKo iTuhn-Hon In OpiS'mllinn - Tlio SUvit Toiigoi-jl Itcntnfkfiin Alco AOdri-i^K.^ tlin IIouhp, Kfimtor Ti-lU'r IJan Anothc-r Inning 0« Ki-iir»! Wltlumt Flnlalilug Hi» S|i«cc1i.  WAsniNGTOii, Bi'pt. tii).—The dtibaia on the federal elections hill wa.H taken up in the honse.  Mr. Bhick (Dem., 11!«.) expressed his gratification tluit ihtre fieemed to be a di»-poaition on both Hides of tho honseto arguo thifi question calmly ami qnietij'. Ho would not discuss tlu: couHtitntional question. Even if it were true, wiiich iie denied, that there was nconfititutlomil power in tiMi government to eiifU't tho system of 1/iVtH which it was now «ought to repeal, it was not tho true that for three-quarter.H of a century after tho adoption of thn federal roiiHtittitinu thi-re had been no trace of .%uch laws and tUeto. had bcon no inHtfince of the fxereine of sucii power by the federal government. If there had been a time when these laws were of nse tlu! time for that uhc had gone. The laws bail !)>tn de.=iigned to inteuHify the race I' no. 'llu'V appealed to force and not to i. ! Oil. 'i'licy were nn obitnietion to pi(i'"< - and Khould be rcjjealed.  .Mr. .loiuuHon (Hep., Ind.) ia the most r.q-ld-pi iiker in tho houso and jhe main-t-uned hi' reputation when he took the iU.or in ujiposition to the bill. IIo hesi tat"d !iof ill the outset to .stigmati7,e the n'^'^ule Hi the climax of all tlmt wr'J atro, uniT and vicious in legi.Hlntion. It rejK ai^ed all that was uear and dear to the Ann I i( an heart.  -Mr. .Joiinson t lnui v.eat oti in a humor-ou'i ni HHiyr to-ridicule the Democratic eliitra that thei-o laws v;ere nnconstitu-rional and raised a lauch by charaeteri/,-ing <satiricalh-) Mr. Bailey (Te\-.) as the i)ro[ier Mueei:,ssor of Oauitd Webster. Then h;iving jiatd inrtlier respectH to the Demo-cratie parly lie n^'erred to that party as a party wliich God Almighty iu bis inscrutable provid'.-uce had permitted to live, but hfid never betai permitted to v.'ork. [kjuisihlnr.]  Mr. JohiiKou yaid that tlie psmding meas-nre waH tlie elimax of Dtnnocratic crime, it wa.-i the eapsluiie to the lofi-y tower of Democrarie infajiry. [Applause.] A roat wroiig wa.H lieiiiii hiTi- iutlietet!. A ¡ou- was being aimed at ttie purity of the allot. Tiie people would assert them-Holvosand would take iujid witli irresistible forci- 01 tlie Di'mot ratie party and hurl it from power, [Applause.}  He tlien elosed his Hpi'ech witli a Homc-wh at 1 tiia-ltHi ■ r^» inar k'««■ ti>-t h e • geiittemiut  leirer recently sent by Governor Walte to (jomml-iaion«»!- Lamoreaux. Thla letter ompftnie« a |;H;tition from th«n$iontof the ncttlcr.«! on the Mwxweli land gmnt «ski»« for the Intervention ot thecotomii-mi««i«ner in thrlr behalf ns HRalnst «be validity of tho grant, Mr. Rower« «aid thnt ai the RUpreino court had fiuaUy decided this casa in fitvor 0/ th« grnnt clnim-ant« there wsh nothing for t!io BPttlcra to do but to Hubralt. The caw w«« no Jouger within the juri^îdlction of the interior department and if, ftR allpgod, tho cañe wm "hom ycombcd with fraud," ther« did not appear to fio any n-medy for it.  Nomination« Conflrme.l.  WA'->in>a;TOK, .Stq>t.. 2». - Tho sonutohas nonllrmed the following noinination-i: Willifttn Lea (^hatnber£i of Al-ahama, to ho land coinmisaioner in Samoa; consul general, Luther Short of Indian», at Oonstan-tinoplo. Also a largo number of consul«, collectors of cuatoni.s and internalrsveauo.  DEFAULTING BANK CASHIER.  II. Kentlrlc.k of the Syra««»o Commar eJnt Hank Vtnler Arre-st.  SVKAcnsK, N. Y., Sept. 20.—Frank B. Kendpick, ansi.'itant cashlcr in tho Com mereial bank, is a defaulter in tho snm of i,'J0,«0(i. Tho dl.^crepancy was discovered by Bank E.xnTOiner B. S. W. Clark, who counted the cnf?h which wax fouiid to hn short. When confronted by Caahior Anthony Larnb, Kendrick ia Raid to have broken down and confessed.  CharJes Nedail of tho Fidelity and Casualty eompaiiy of New York city cam? here in response to information that Ken-dricii was short in his accounts. Tho company ia on Kendrick's bond and Nodall «wore nut a warrant for Kcndrlck'a ar rest. Tho defaulter gave bimf?elf up, appeared before County Jndgo A. J. North lup and gave bail in the sum of 110,000 to appt-ar before the grand jury, pleading t»ot guilty ami waiving examination.  Kendrick is Raid to have been dealing extensively in stocks and this is thought to be the cause of his defalcation. Ho is a native of this city and has always bornt anetiv'iablo reputation.  Tho announcement of his defalcation was a great surprise, aa ho has been prom inently identiiied with several banks iu thia city alwayn holding poaitioiiB of trust.  Swlti-lmn^n Again Walk Onf.  Lota.sviLi.E, Sept. 29.—Tho switchmen and yardmen of tho I^ouisville and Nftsli-villo road quit work again last night. The men claim that they struck as individuals and without recognition by tlieii organizations. This act ion eamo- aaa com plete Kurprisf, as committees representing the Bwitchmen and engineer:! promlsed the committee to abide by the decision o! their chief.s at the time tlie redtiction wagoH was accepted. There are again ra mors of a general .strike, but these are dis credited by the railroad officials.  0«ADril:LD HEGlJL.aTOJt CO.; At'./í  '„-LLJ Ul Al-U DilUuC.Iiii J.  Sold by E. B. Hall.  ]t n .i'l I ' .0.0 1 i Jcî ti.' ii I'xvLi;  rui be netdc mío a. 'i'ou Mr ja one- iuimite. iV'i , 'Oc. !uia i-i ( (M V a 1 .'"c. hV.fh rxv/rf. An il' ..'.„Tour., POV/OERI  Hold at Coni ral Driiií: tííore.  MORRISON'S  Lumber Yfrfd.  LÖli OF ALL IBil  Siili ÎB itmtim  Sisâsmi4>M, rten, li^iiS"  lock Lcirjitja.'.  S^rpt  «a IrfBlis W^'^míH Tú  PLñmsm [üiiLL.  .Planing, 'ikiateMng, Sltling  Eosawing, Ceiling and Doors, Windows," Koulding, Brack ots. East Main St.  M. Bull uni ' Weilsvil^ocW. Y.  "a^ÛfîLy £3' 'FAÌI^, €UI€AC0  an (' ihnsu t Aver 111' j.-ni •...•(h ts. .•<  Mêâ a ÎB - -- ;-n loomr, near t'.i  " lno,MuKi lutioil lii.o  Amoncan ami l anoi.s'tni iiluii-i.  BfliSlîiE^Ï i'  gi-H'-iinaiai>  try only tii'Cf'Éf.arv ¡or aiKanuu-I'ainphli-t circular givin- every iMiríicular :>v!'.i Sioü to all. iH'lav not in seiiiliiií,' for it.  OEOÍICIE ,STI.NS<»Í .V t'O..  Bos No. 488, l'orílaut!, ìtK  '".as-xs-e Vi. ü'r;-.iÄ.™"--  w!n> v,-as to suceeed him on the floor.(Mr. liri^-kinvidgo of Kentuulty).  Mr. Breckiuridu;c began hi.s remarkg by a reference to thi.^ sc.'uit courtesy accorded lini by'tbe geiuleraan who had juat fm-iidied lii.'i remarks.  lie tiicn [iroceedcd to make a consiitu-tioual argument again.sv the federal dec tiou huv.'^. Be then critiuised the actions of the HepnliUeau l-'arty. lie hoped to flee itrt di.'ante^ration. v.'hich wn3 absolutely neees'^ary for the pro.sperity of the country. It Vvuh not po;tóib!eto j,»ut power into the hand.y of any iiarty without that party uwiny; tliat powi-r for party advantage. TIu'íh; law.4 could not f;dl to Ik» and  what imriy v.-as in power.  Tiie Democratic pnrty had found an ¡■mpty treasury; it iui<l found uinvise tar iff leKislatiou; it had found uuwi.se money legislation. .it Inul fonn<l in the Htatute-S laws which allowutl federal interference with elections. It waa the duty of tho Democratic party to act ontiiesoquefitioiw. It.had been by the opponents of the  ponding bill tlial it was a conspiracy; but it was'a eon.'^jiiraey a majority of tlie people agíünsí, tlie clectiou jaw;5. ■ At the eoaekuiion of Mr. Breckinindge'a remarks.the houi-^e /uljourned.  iX TÎIE .SENv\T!C, Conslderiuion of'the repcab'bill was re sumed in the senate and Mr. Peii'er (Pop  Kan.) addr«'.-isi.-iV tlie .senate......  After ho had been .'^peaking for ni(.>re tiian aa Loiu, »vilh very few .ncnator.H in the chaml)iM-, a rolleall was bad at tlie .sugyestiiia of .Mr. Stewart (Bep., Kev. Mr. I'eiTer almost apoio;.;i:'.ed for .senators having been disturboil at tlseir luncheon. He declared that it the admiuiritration Kenat(n-s would aeeept hi.s amendment, tho restoration of ilie law fur free coinage of goUl ;uid Hilver, tiie repeal bill eould be pasyr-d iaminu!I'H nnd senator.s e.ouhl shake bands across the liîoody chasm and -go home for a wook or two. But no com promise less tiiau that woubl l.>o offered Or iiecei.itfd iiy hincïelt «T the people of Kansas.  In tlie divi.-/n>n of liis ai-;;ument into various subjcets >! i-. i'flU'r ri-aehed wh.ut ho raited t hr i-ini.jr.-i ..tí "paritii-i."' Tîseij he puuRS-sl and said t a,at while, be v/as will ing to tjo un ^viih his sp,!-, s-h he ■;li!l not wji^h t(i \vo:tr.v ; I;*'pill ini'-o of the •.ionate, by aski!!.'.< seu,itt>rstu ri'uiaiu lonLrer than thi-y wi.-ifK-d in. r^iiU lie was «(uitíí it;ady to .vio alu'.'iil uu\v. Be only wished to sub-the ((Uifstiun to file senate.  Kuoning a-; I lio-Mr. Harris ( Dmu. Tonn: rspoKc■ -ihtt11 , i.i£cii  liUilation of ('Xt'i-nt ivi', busincs.s on Imnd B\5ggerit to thw senator fruni Indiana lot us go inlo e.Kceutive session at this time.  .Mr. Voin'hees assented to thepropo.sitioii and thi' scnaU) went into executive üe.s itioii and then adjourned.  P  B¥iiÌtìGvm\ .  ■ BIcLtiOsl'rt K«W Kiiad.  Ai.b.sn'y, Sept. 21».—Tho .state railroad commissiou haa gi-auted pefmlssiou for the eonstruetion of tho New York, New Knglainl and Northern railroad from Leg gett's Point on the Harlem river in New York eity, to Brewstens, a distanee of 52 miles, there to connect with the Ne%v York nd New England railroad. President Mci-,pnd' of "the -InttPT roffd mover in thi« nev,- enterprise by %vhlch it is proposed to have a new through line between New York and Boston,  No strigo OH thv JlifiT Four, Tkiìhì: HAi TE, Ind., l'ít- Gram! J^îaîîtcr Sargent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen is in receipt of a telegram from the iiremen's committee at Cincinnati  btaiing that the vote of the Big Four em ployes was adver.se. to a strike, and that the trouble tliat had been impending now settled. No particulars of tho settlement have been sent to him further than that no strike has been declared.  .. •ATTCstcö,  Pass Christian, Mis«., .Sept, 21».—Dep ty ¡Sheriff F. P. Lazina has arrested two imai supposed to be a part of the gang that wrecked tlie mail and exprc-ss of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Gulf port. One gave his name as tieorgo W Young from Hi<'hmoud, Ya., tho other C T. JIuncie, from Koanoke, Va. One of them had two railroad switch keys in hi.s pocket. They v,-ere jailed.  Highest of ali in Leavening Power.-™-Latest U. S. Gov't Report  ß^mifmmmjm  TAMMANY'S VICTORY.  THE  MATCH RESULTS IN DEFEAT FOR LAMPLIGHTER.  np fHni purpose, for n, tîmci at lc««it,  nml agreed to give Mr. Walbaum another chanca at hli horse. Trammany wfll coa-c«de Lamplighter five pounds in tbe nôw match.  tîmrrtnon I^ands th«» ' .l>.iJy Coït an .Ea.iy Winner by Thrc« I.ifiigrtlin- Th« lïae« Fop «10,000-Thn Ilowrs Matchctl Again—Nanry ll»Hk« FríI» to Biiiit li«r K^rortl—Th" KRílonnl f^ngu« Gafiie^.  GtîTTKKBur.o, N. ,1., Sept.. S9. — The match between Marcus Daly's chestnut colt Tnromauyand G. Walbanm'» brown colt Lamplighter took pîncg at this traek yesterday afternoon iu the presence oí 15,000 person».  Tammany easily vanquished the son of Spendthrift and Torehîight la as true a run raco a» over occurred in tho history of the turf. ,  The winner wai ably ridden by Snapper Garriñon. iîo allowed Fred Tarai, who lad the mount ou Ijampligh.ters to make  TAMMANV.  the pace to the head of the stretch and n fast clip it was, too, and there he let ont n link on Tammany and tho race waH over.  Tho chestnut pafised liia rival in three jumps and rolnpcd home, the ensiest kind of IV winner in tlic fast time of 2:00W. Thia time establi.shesi a track reeord for tho distance, IJ-i milt'fi,  Lampligliter, spurred and urged to hi.'J titmo'it, finished three lengths behind tho winner.  The match was for is.nooa .«;ide, to which tho Hudson County Joekcy club added a purse of |.1,(K)0, thus making the total  eiO,OQQ..........................- ........  Tho pilgrimage, to tlie hilltop began c.arly. A vast crowd camo from tho rail roads, electric cars and in faet every known kind of vehicle and surged througli tho gates two hour,h before the Jiaddling boU for the first race tolled.it-'? nignat. "  Everything wan in favor of the match The weather was perfect and tho track was dry and fust. Neither pain.q or pense had been .spared to have tho condi tioi!.^ favorable for a perfect test of the merits of the champion».  The judges for the day wore Joseph J Burke, presiding judge, and Colonel S. I> Bnice and J. E. Brew.stcr, eecretary of Washington park, Chicago, associates.  m he received hia warming-np gallop, but bin friends were making thcmselve.^ felt in the betting ring,  L.amplighter warmed up ia hi.s colors and received an ovation. In the betting ring at the opening the "liookies" chalked up 0 10 against each of the horses. For a while the odds remaiued steady, but then the crush of Tammany money forced the price of that horse dowu. .until, at poat  ■ Fatal En.iUtig of a yuarrei. T0nav,-a.n-1)A. N. Y.,,.Sept. Charle.s Emerson, .-i Black Eoek milk peddler, wan .shot Hjul killed _ by Vv-illiam IL Grifflth,. a  wanda. Tho killing appears to have beSn cold blooded and premeditated, although Griilith claims that ho was compelled to .shoot in Fi(dfdefense. It was the re.'jult o£ a quarrel over a load ot hay.  Ilt-Uien Chargtid Wiili A<H.sault.  CluCAChO.'Sept. 21).—Cassius Beldcn, the man who fired iivo shots froni the gallery into the crowd of the bqard of trade, wimiuling three persona, was brought into court charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to murder. Ilia caso was continued until Oct. -l in .1 bond of $10,000. _____  Mrs. Ualli«iuy Will Nut Bo Examiued.  Montu;ki.i.o, N. Y., fcjept. 'If.--George H. Ca-penter, who wa^; appointed by the court to defend rsfr.s. Ilalliday, said that it had been decided not to havo a cooimis-.f^'^'iV'M"tPd^ to exarni!}« asJi^  lie thouij;bt her trial would occur at tiio lU'Kt 'Àîay term of court.  WiUit.-a Ui« rj-;-aislc.r>,t'.i riiair.  Washington-, ycpt. ij;».—A tiangirou:-! crank, \\ho gave his namo a-; Je,.opli Wasliingtfn ;iud said he eame ii'Vfi!, Pt;nix-sylvania. wa-. nrrcsted at the White House. Ill' '-aid he wanted the president's ckair;.he did not think the pre.sideiit iiUed  it ijiUi-ifilL-t'., ...... ....... ■ ■...............................  ISertha Ilolb'» 15o<Iy Fotuui.  Syu,\( i St:, N, Y., Sept. 2U.—The body of Berflia Kolb, who disapjiearcd from thiii city a fortnight ago, has been found in Onondaga lake. She' committed Huicide.  inuïv.vl! l.iUid <ira«»t l^luiit Stami. W \sHiNi.|ii^, Sep;, '.o - 'i'j,,. iittcntiou  ijcn din  Aetui,.; ('onuiu'Momr lìo\\cri of i'ral lami oibre tî'îî-î r-'dit'd to a  the  Irpatch fi"om Duuver aiviug liic ot li tBct EtituWIcau ßeiiiiVöüiaieOüTCüttöü,  í;lmrlf.s .Sinpletoi» For .Senator. 'SvUACt'SK, N. Y,. Sept. Charlen W. StapK'tou of Morri-^ville. Madison county, nniiiinafcd  timo 7 to 10 was the best price obtainablo on hischance^i while as gopd .as 11. to ,10 could be obtained all round tho ring on Lamplighter. • Marcus Daly, owner of Tammany, sent a bigrcommission into the ring. ,The c-x  eral well posted bookmaker» said it amounted to at least $20,(WO.  The bugle called tho horse.s to tho post 4:10 e.Kaetly. Tammany v,'as the first, to appear and was generously applauded. Lamplighter wa.H accorded the same ova tion. They got away at 4:18. Taral im medi.ately sent Lamplighter in front evidently having iii.structions to make a hot pace.  Passing tho stand L.implighter was going easily n length .and a half in front but Tammany loped along behind in that long easy ¡stride so peculiar to hiiu Around the turn they «wept with no perceptible difference in tlio distance between them. Liiraplightera ndberents were fihouting as they went down tho bacii fitretch, but Garrison made no move with Tammany until the far turn was reached "where he moved up to within a length of ITit^iiOTWri-oif of Spendthfift.  Then they .swept into the .•stretch. Here Garrison went to work on Tammany, t ftt-winkling be was nn «»vcn terms with Ijamplightcr. Up went Tar.il'.s whip, nnii then it "<ieHe-ended- with cruel force 0» liamplightcr'ft quiveringmuscle.s. "Lamp-drghtcr's beaten," roared i:«,000 throats Again and again tho whip descended on Lamplighter, raisiisK erviel welts on lii g'n-iHy bide. 'I'aral's spura were <hive witli'" the ewe-rg.y.. .b.orn ■ cf despair, H eff.oris were futile, however. Tamni.any drew further and further away and fairly romped in an easy-»vinner by three lengths in the fast time of 2:(He j.  Mr. Wall.'aum was naturally disu pointed at the re.suU. of the race ««<1 a-Ked Mr. Baly if he would make another t!\ai for the same Ptnke, the distance to b.- r ; miies. Mr. Daly had iutetidcd to rotho Lin juti-Mi to Iho stud 3U tl.e c',Uit o£ hi-k i.viuuhlg thi> ¿iiulcli^ but Iao kCiiSSw^iii:  National I..«a|rne. Yesterdaybasebalí games resulteil as follows:  At Pittsburg- K. II, E.  Fltt«har(c...... 4 0 ' fl 0 2 0 0 I T 10 1  Now York..,. 1 0 0 3 0 0 S 0 0-4 » « Batteries-(bindK-rt and Htisdi-n; Oerraan Rnd WHfton.  At Cincinnati— s. lì. B.  Canriimatl.... 0 0 3 I 1 0 ft 4 « VJ 1 WashlaKÍon.. « 0 2 fl 0 i 1 0 0-4" 7 1 ISatterífí -tíhambcr lain nnd Víi«ghan;.S!oí-k-daloand .Mctiulrc.  At Loiil.sville- B.'il. .B,  IrtitdfvHle..... I 0 0 o 0 0 « 1 4 fl  Baliitrtorft..,, u 0 a n n o , o i> p.... •5. y fl Battorkw-Stnifton nisd Weaver; McI^Wlioa and Unbinpon. At Cleveland-- R. li. K.  fnpvdftml.....:t 0 0 » n I .1 0 4-11 il I  PhilRdelphln.. 4 0 0 0 0 n a 0 .1-10 Kì ¡5 Batterien—Clarkpou and 7Jmmer; Weyhing ftn<i CJoments. Atst. Louia^- B. H. E.  .St. i/í)«iB......« <> 2 0 0 J 0 0 ft- a u *  Bo.^ton........ 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 fi 0-« 7 in I  Btltt«'^i•^s™< '1!ui^.frm wui Twlaeham; Nichols nd Oenaett. _______  Racing at T«rro lìmite. TEgnn Haute, Ind., Sept. £a~Nancy Hanks failed in her effort to lower tha world'.=» record hero. Budd Dobl« wa.9 Bick, a cold north wind waa blowing sml. the maro eecmed a, triflo lame. Tha first quarter wo«» done in-Bl Bécond», and when the half was gone in 1:ü;í a sij^h went up from the big crowd. Thè quarter was done in the «ame thni^ as the flrst, but the jliare, not guided by the .«strong arm, vtm seen to falter in the stretch, and tlio last quarter was finished in tho .slow tiiuo of  Tho 2:20 pace was the .scnHatìon of tho fear. Tho ía.stest six heats ever gone in harncp.H were recorded. The race record for a mare ao long held by Yinette, and more recently divided by Prima Donna, waa beaten by May Marshall in the fourth heat, and the event was Anally captured by the favorite, Hal Braden. •St'-MUAUV—clas.", pácfioi; pttr551a.O0iH  Hal lUadi-u'...................... 7 S 1 3 I 1  May M.arshaU,.................. r> U 5 I 2 S  Rocker........................... 1  Will Kerr........................4  Tnrco............................. li  .Toe I'fttclien..................... 3  Jack Bow-erti..................... S  Orphan .Hov..................... 6  Kooní» Wu-'i.'ti................... dis.  Time, r.ll, '.MiTH. " 4. ~ ',"4. -.If'):  S.irt el.ix.'., rrotliui-'; pi! 1 S^.l^st.  IbiTrutt.i.........................  Lee's PUot.............................0  Florida.................:.............. 4,  Zembla.................f.............. i  Bertie U...............................3  ..................................... a  Time, carivi, 2;l.v;;, •^■.i.-' i. Í. Frcc-for-al) c!«««, iiacln^:: gurse  Man.iser.................................. 1  Roy Wilkes...............................li  Time. 2:1^4, Isaney Hanks to l.iea! :J,Oi. Time by quarters, ai, l:(!:.i,  'I  7 0 3 ä 2 5 dis. ß 4 4 m  4 ti T di-.  1  5 to . tí ro  li  5  « 2dß < dlH.  1  Tyler Mnitcñ » Beeord, S?¡nN(;FlEI.P, Mass., Hept. 20.—-H. C. Tyler made a new world^s bicycle record for— t-m>-ffiil-e»—fí'onií-^ - a- -fitftîHling—sia-rt- -against time on Hampdem park yesterday afternoon in 4:15 which is 1) seconds faster thnn the recarti «útdti by G. E.  mond in F.ngland last Angusta  Australian Crickcters Arriv&, New Yoi;k, Sept. 29.—The sicamor Gcr-manlc,- from Liverpool,, with tho ,\ustru-liau cricketers ou board,, has arrived eoutbeu.st of Fire iskmd. .  ; rreiK-lt îUeycUst ' Kiiled. .  ■ PAias, - Sept.. M.' Cas.sanard, champion bicyclist, was throv/u from a hor.Sf, fracturing his skuU, and.. died an hour afterwards. • ' -  lU-cpîïCra Appointed.  Nfav Yoiîk, Sept. 2',»,—.ludgtì Lncombß hm app.ointed .Samuel M." Jnrvi.s of.Kíin-  f-;ns City and Kobiiici P. Conklin of this city recoiver.s of the .Tarvis-Conkîin Mortgage Trust company of 40 Yv'all street.  Vcter.o,n Shoe riími«fi8.(;turí.'r -liead, Neruiii Adams, Ma.vs., Kept, C. T. Samiisini, ngçd t>7, a veteran shoe manufacturer and at one time fumons all over the country as first importer of Chinese contract iubor, has dieci here.'  LOOK or/r—.  for broakors öbesd wlîon pimples, boils, car-íiuucips- and liké nia.niícsí£ilí0ns oí ini}>ure b!oo<.i ap-poar. The,y WiMiIdii'ís appeal' if your blood wero puro and yoisr ï.ystea in tho right condition. .Tijey tdiow yoa 'what you RfeKl— ft 'giXHi blood pn-ns ej-, tilíít's Xïi'.tit, M.1.1 v^beit vei. U.L>J Dì. Fi-.i. »-^-'fi Goldiu  ïiî'shea' Piiicoverv.  it be' Ufb wdij It. All Biood, SLiu.  iir:à S.'.lip i>i.i , fiom a e,'!ï>.iL;s u blotoh <.i f,iiii(' v.cr.l tó. s-c'.ak, tiiV cmv:l  brìi. P., tho iivcr, pus itlui «nd  enri.iie-; Tlll^ b.ler..ä, anit eucrv fr^j.:.  Ulto br.slthi'id u tmìi In tb-snii-. t ftv,lH)0:iï fonuM OΠBK f.uch ai. Saìì-rla-i  mu, Tetti r, Krj-'P'iî.L"!, i»:) i  îàîkbr.J ad»!«".!'J, end witu .Scroin'.ß iK oviry sLîquN Knd iid « i'.nt.s, if it fn>Ls to Iwiñi-'.  ìli ê" ^ Uî o. voa bisvc youv fc-Acb. An-I  iL Lk-aí-puíiiiar&jLá.   

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