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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 28, 1896, Wellsville, New York                                 TEMPERATURE.  î^io 111 in tm-p.^'nthtrmotaf;-' ' ruT legistan follow»: Alflp. »>. Kt>Tetrb<>r 37, »7 Joitm'» atïa.ip.»not»-m»ior 28. ^ " At «p. m. ííoveniíwir '."S. (W  WtmmiÊm  ♦ Tonifrit» ratn or «now. ÍAir. ììtxAùséìr GoiáM «oal«ttt wtlfe freeïlog tttmjwfftlttn». CkM&tÜnwA coid w0«tl»«e Bondftjr.  r  j  voi.. xvi, no. 23.  wmji^vtiJUB, n. y^ Saturday November ss tese.  tam8en ViNDld'Atfeb."  Beftiri»» Bob^rttoa^ R«pnrt; m €<>mp!«t« Xxonnratlon of tlie Rljurlflr.  NEW YORK, Nov. iiS —llofomi W. H. Boljortson's report n|)on tho chflrfifos »gfttlist Sttpriff Tanii-on of New York Is a coraplcto vindiriition of that official, nnrt opon the flnrtlng of facts th<>n> can b«? bnt ot«i<^«mVfor Governor Morton to pur-TOo, to tifKinliw t!n< chnrfres, Th« tratl-mony Is wfT volntniiiou«?, and fho report Itself Is of n li^TiKthj' oluirartfr, «arh cliarfto being trojikKl 8cparatHy. Tticn», is no gwn-eml r»>con»nion<Iatii)ii, l)ur to oach one of the til rhargcH the ryU'Vtn r(^iM»rts that the fivltlcnco showwl that the shfrifT wa« not In any way r?vsonfiil)k> for the i)rmches of disol|ilino and that he took every rrrM-an-tion to pr»itwt hhnwlf and the piTolie in hisadinlnlRJrrttion.  In no portieular does ihfi rrfen-e either condemn or ¡critii'ise the miutht'«! oflleia! act, nnle ■W it be that hi?i uilowitnee that fionse of thof«> under the slierjlf wen- not watched as cariifully a« eoulrl to, l)nt even In thl:^ relation, he iays, ihnf tlie sheriff apiwinted votiehed-for sub'.rdinateH and niatlo Htrlet rnle?s fijr thi^in t*.> obev and theirdlsob<-(lienee of thtm* rnles was always puniHhed with difiniiswU when dis-  <X)Vt!r«Hl.  The charges wt-n; lit in n\iniher and oon-lalnoil in sis counts and tlie most Hpet'iilc and Important wan Uiat eharKinji Sheriff Taniwn with having ity laxness iind incompetency all,ow«l three Unitixi Ht4it<>s pristine rs f-o first disguise tliiMHHidvi^H and aft<;nvanl escape.  In this particular charge, contaijied In counts, the nlereelindH tliat tlie slu-ritT not only took ¡irtvauticois, but ishtieil Bpeclftl orslers for the iH-ttor «uanling of the thn«o men.  «Inde Evcrlinrdt at C'iitHttUI.  IlUOPOM, N. y,, Nov. lOvrr-  hardt of New Orleans, who is to liicfi Biliy PIrnst of Brookiyn iiui round Ixhu at the openinji of Myer's Athlctìi- rluh. Allianv, has urrivetl at ('atskili, wht'Te ìì*-will train for tho ilght, whieli taUes place d»c. 10.____  l>eatli i)Ì a Fniii<iu;< S<'h<>lar.  oamjiiìiixìe, Mass., Xov. x's.—Benjanun Apthrop Gt>uld, fauioijs as a scholurand ttstrononu-r, isiicad. lie was desccnd-ing the Htairs in his resident e he acchleiu-nlly fell and Kt ruek <in Ijis lic.id. He wus renderetl une»inKciousand died a few hours later.  DENOUNCED BY CUBANS  SAVEU rnOm THE CHAIR th«» mid that Mayhew had t^lcl  -—■——- • him that he «»itl I had run »way through  Mavhew Snatched From Death Tom^ avcmw at^d w« woro tho men General Weyler's Statements  mdyucw onacuucu rroui i^caiu froadwcU «aw nninlng. He further said  at Sing Sing. JOHN A. WAYNES' OOHFESSIOÍÍ.  Di-elnre» Timi Hii» TrdUtnoiiy, Whleh «»n-vlcted Mnylmw of Murder, wmi —May «f K*-««tloa í»r»nte<l —Hoih Mea Ar« Nfg-ri»«-»,  Ä« TRUNK LINE  OF AMERICA Solid Tpaios Setcuaea  NEOl YOIiK and GHlGROi  Pullman ,Car® to N®w Boston, Clevelaad, Cbicaff® «mj Cincinnati.  WEST.  ia:35 .1, m. No. r», ilnily, SoMd Vt-^iiiuilctmi» foj Olwiti, .Salaiimnc«, Jiiiiicfftovvn, Cicve! md Ciiiciu-aati, Chicai;». mi'iìih in diiiim,'cur. '  r>:«5 rt. lu. No. 7, daily for Olpsn. ,FniJ>-'-m n, Chsutaiuiim I^ko, Young.stown, ]'itt.«lnii i d Cleveland. Fuilninn sìccik t to Ck-ve'iuia.  !>:05 u. m. No. 3, liaily, Htoppiiü: ut ml '|ir- rii;ijl BUltÌDU!» to .Salaititiiica. I'ullumii c.irH to L'ii., liiml. Cincinnali ami Chlciii";«. cnniiectini,' for lira IfDid.  J:ifl p. m. Nij. (Jallv, uccmnnioiii.ilou tor Dimiiirk, conm-ctiu^ lU CarrolltA»! fot ISnuiiord.  6:40 p. m. No. 1, tlall . i'hic.igo Ksf iTs for Jönicatown, Meudvillu, Pltteburtr, Corry, Ck voliuid, and Chicago, etoppiiiir at all nl-iiioti« to )- ;iifuimi,cii. connectliiK for ISnidford. I'ul inaa »let pur» to Pittsburg and Mr,rioii.  • kast.  0:38 .t in. No, <>, daily, acconiniodiitlon for Uornclli»vlI|e.  10:19a. m. No. S, d ily, iolid Voftihii]». train for üornell«ville. Corniti,,', Klniirn; Uliu'liamion, New York and üoslon; counccùnu; for Pliiindi'lphia and Wflslilngion. iiieo coritR-rLUiji for voluta un BiiiTillound lloclicütur Drvifiou.-.  i :lT p. Jrt No. It. dtdly, for iloriu'llovilk, Addi-BOii, Cornili);, K!i»1ra, \Vavt"rly, (Ave^-o. ISitiKiiam-toil «nd New York;  ' '4;0l p. m. No. 1«, ditily, acconmindutloti .for ilornellivllUi, connt^'ing for iwlut» on Biiilalo und  Rochester ulvialon. " :.........  i:03 j>. tu. No, t:.', daily, for Uoriieü-iviMe, Cor niiri£, Klmlrii.'BiiiüU!Hiiton, Boston.and Nov,- York, ., throuRh Pnllman Sleepttre. '  »:öy p.tu. No. 10, dally, New Yorii Hpeciat, stop-pint; at UorufllPvlUe,Corning, Einum. Hinuhamton arrive,«t Ncv? York 8:0« a. ni. t'nllnian Vestibule Bltcpfcr«.  Knrther Information mav be obtained from Krlo sgents or from H. T. JAKtiKR, .1 ftOBKKTH,  tii-n. Agt-P. !)., (ion'lI'aFs'r Afi't.  ITT Main St., New York tMty.  ButTalo. S  SOCiETÍES.  I. 0, 0 r.  VVellsnlie i^ni^e >No. ■25)5. l. O. O. F,, aiiMit every W.-in^-'iiilHy evening in thoi; Hall ia thié Opera H.ou.-;e block, at  " L-M Brutlley, N, G.  c. a. BLACK, SKO.  b,eb:ekah 1, o. o. P-  Wellaville Retekah L^.d.re, No. 12-: l. O. O. F. mml Ist and Srd rritlay ève aingB of each ujonth at Odd l'ellów-HaS.  mufl. ilautila buiod», soc. i  mr8. Emma sawykh, Nolilc Orand  New yokk, Nov. 28.—I.»a\vycra Charles Brooko and W. Tempie Kmniet hftTO «vured a st^iy of oxecntlon in the case of Arthur Mayhew, awaiting death In Sing Sing pri.'íon, and an ordt;r to show c««h« .vhy a now trial should not I» grant«l tho •ondenuuHl man. The stay was grantixi »-y .T«d|tc Kwi^h of the auprenu; court, hi his ofTiet^ and it is returntible at 10 o'clock nextThursilay morning in the suprom® court, Brooklyn.  Mayhew is under sentence to b<» elwtrl-ruted some time during the week coin-nienclng Nov. St), IS!»].  The eonderunt d nuui, who la a negro, was Oitnvieted on April ÎH!«», of tho laimier of Stejihen Powell, a well-to-do •^tori'keeiier of llemprtcivd, Ij. I., on March , IMC). ^ ityl;( \v wiis tri« d in Long litland city before .lud^ic Keogii, and hi« conviction was prlncljwilly due to an affidavit made liy hin alieficd ace<nn])l!ce, .fohn A. Waynes, also a nej^jro of Heiiipstcjid. who swore that lie had seen M-vyhew strike I'owcli with a st-oclcln|i iillwi witii Htont;s, uid tli.-it after tiic fatal lilow had bc(>n R ruck M vyhew rKled tlie poeket-s <»f the niintiert-d ouui and dividetl his .spoiLs with hini ( Wiiyncs),  ironie time Ix'fore the trial. It is mid, ^Waynes j lit iiis statement in wrltinK-When lio was callc<l t<i tiie witness stand ilurín<í the trial of Mayhew ikî refusnil to answer any t|uestions. The district at-torJiey asked for an adjournment of a day that lie mii^riit confer with the witness, wiio was also a pri.soner.  .lufifre I\c Miirii j^rantcd an hour's adjournment ami tile witness was taken into II ¡irivato room, it is alleged, iiy the district attorney, wiio ha<l a talk with him. Waynes stiilrefiised to say anything when he was put on the stand aprain and it w.is not \intil almost every effort to make him talk iiad itecn exlianstci that lie finally Sesiided to the all>".t:ations ennîained in his written statt>mctit. ibi iiieaded guilty to mansiauphter in the lirsst degn-e and was .-icntcnci-ii to Sinj; ."^insi for là years.  Mayhew wtis rrprcsenî«! at his trial by Lawyer John 11. Mcrrail. An .-ijipi al was taken, and t1>e court sustained the venliet. Tho date s(>t for tiie eseeution havin¡í pa.s:setl iiefore the appeal was decided, it was iietîcssiiry for Mayhew to be iirought down f!'i.>m .'^iii.u' and .rest lUeaced ¡»y ,ludj;e ( Jaynor, who ¡i,\ed tlie execution for some (lay next week.  It was after the appeal had lKien decided ajriiinst M.-iyiiew tliat Lawj'ers Brooke and Kmmeit, e:>me into tlie ea»;. Mayhew told his couii.sei tiiat he was an innocent man and that he felt sure that Waynes would .teli tlietniíli i'ventiiíilly, without letting iiiiii po to the el.Tirk- chair, lie .said that Waym-s liati iieen fi lightened into makin<x !i fiilsc allidavit. The two lawyers visited W.iynes in Sirifi Sin|,', imt he was sullen iiid refused to have anythinji to say. Tiiey visited him a .Necoml time with no better S!:<'ce!> ; and iinally aÎKMuîi.metl Impe of .s;iv-intr ilieir client, since ail prtispects fora, new trial depended upon Wayne.s'confess-in;4 Unit lie had .sworn falsely, j 'i'hey were ajrrecaliiy surpri.s«l, last Wednesday tnoriiin¡í, iiowever, by le^irn-ing that Waynes was an.vioiis to .<ee them ; und make a statement. I^iwyer Knimett i iiurried to Sin;,' i^inu:, s^uv tiie iiej^ro and secuted an imiiurtaiU statinnent from him I whieli Wa^ jiut in the form of an allidavit Ì and sijined iiy Waynes in Liwyer iùm-niett 's iireseiieeand b(>forea notjiry pul;lie.  In tiiis alllilavit John Waynes gives in detail iiis movemeiils tm tlie night 'on .yvhich -Mr. Powell. Was murdered, practi-fally demonstrating that his• evitlence at the time of tiie trial was.false. lie Siiys in  the afliduvlfei ; ........■/ ' . ' ' . ,  "1 did not meet Slayhew. I did not .see !nm kill Mr. PowelS, as 1 testillcd at May-hew's trial. 1 liave since iieen Informed tiiat Mr. Powell was iulled that evening Iietwi'en 10 and o'eloclc. Miiyliew was not with !iie during the.so hours." . After (letaiiiiig the story of his arrest on rlie eliarge of nílirder, \N'aynes .s;iys:  "I iiad lieen locked up for two or three weeks whm 1 iiad a conversjition wiih .Nfr. Dote, tlie iayid of tlie (¿lu-ens county j.iil in l.ong Island City. He told metliat lie iiad had a talk witii Mayhew, and that .Mayhew had 'conn- up to tlie front,' as he cxju-cssed it, juul tliat Mayhew liad con-(es>eil to him that, lie had killed Mr. P<»,v-I'il and hud told hlm tliat I had kept watch while lie did It. He al.so sjtld that Mny-hew wonid get-'oft iiglit'" iHM-^m.'^e he had told the tiruih and he saiti ih:it I woiiid ret ofl" iiglit if 1 told tile same sfoi-y »luu^ .dayht>w di(i: 1)U( tiiat otiictnvise I would be "jiunishcil very heavily. He .Siild thi .^Iayhewllad told iiim thiit heaiul Iwalke l iiji tiie streei and hid behind tho fenr waiting for Mr. Powell and tiiat when .Mr. Powell came along Ju^ (Mayhew) had Mill out ;tnd siriick him and that I had Mill into the gu(t4'r and looked up and  that Mivyhow mid that he had no Inten- Indignantly Denied.  tlon of killing tho nmn. I denied ab«o- ______  lately that any of these things hatl oc- ,,.-r.,,«,, «^-»»s»,«».^«  ctirml and Wtts sent hack to n,y cell. A MAOEO FAR FEOM CONQUERED.  day or two after McDotigall, th(} jailer, ( -----  camo to me. He t^iok mo up «fairs, thnxi or four fllghfji up. Two other men were them, a dctt>ctlvw and a notary public. McDougall took US Into a little room and roi>eatc<l all that I>oto had said that May-how hiid said, and McDougall «aitl that Mayhow hati owned up to all of thew fact».  " 'Now,' ht? Raid, 'Waynes, I have known you two or three years, and I want yon to get off %vlth a light punishment, too. Now,' he said, 'tho only way for you to do Is to own  Aew has owntHl up to, otherwise If you try  tollootitof It,'ho said,'with any differ- "'«""tsof Weyler wcro a tissuo of false Bnt Btory, that you will get tho worst end of It.'  "Ujxm thin statement of the jailer and In view of what SheriiT Dote had said to mo In the Bamo Ktmln, I theroiiiion made a Htatement aH to the occurrences on the night when Mr. Powell was kUhnl, following tv8 nearly as I could what the;» men  Mpanlartl'd SfAtrment Th.-it Ciiliam No Cîrlevune« Hpftln  Proirok«« Tli«-!r %Vr»th—111» Itèrent Campaign • Fallnre«  new York, nov. Tho Interview with ('ajitain General Weyler obtainetl at Havana caii.sed consldomble discussion al  awnwl up to, otherwise If you try ì'nìmu dwlaml that tho stato-  .......4.,,,, without any serious n sist;uiee.  had told me Mayhew had «aid. My Hti»te- 'I'hat Is abstdutely false. Wi-yler had an | inent was taken down In writing, and I army of iß,(H» mi'n, while tho (Julians  «wore to it. I made that stfitement In the manner I hav® dcBcrll>e<l because I believed from wliafc was told aiQ Uy Dote and Mc'Dongjill that It was the only thing for me to do to protect myself. I now declare that that statenmnt was entirely iintruc, in so far as it Implicated either Mayhinv or mvself In the killing of Mr. Powell."  Waynes then descrliitMl In detail the ti-lal of Mayhew. He said that he at first de-clinwl to stand by tho statement that May-how had commltt<Hl the nmnlcr, but that the lawytT.<5 reiiresenteil to Idm that ho would Ih! In a worse tlx than the man who struck tho blow if ho deniotl his ¡stato-inent. ■  I'"earing forhis life and Ixdioving that ho R-ould be put on trial for the mnnler him-  If and that he %vouhl suffer the extremo pi'nalty, he merely consented to stand by hi.s-original statetnent. He did not go into details as to the manner in which the crime was committ^^l, when placed on tiie Btand; he merely testilled that his original st«t-ement was tnie, and this he claims to havetlone iiecause he feared for his life in avse he altered his first statement.  Ijawyer pj:nmett hurried to New York with this allidavit, and Irarning that Uov-crnor Morton was at his otlice in tliis city, he, with Mr. Brooke, rall»Hl upim tlie governor and showed him Wayni's' denial of the truth of his evidence at the trial, governor Morton said he pn-ferretl not to interfere In the e^ase nntil after the courts had be(>n exhaust«!. He. recommended the lawyers to apply at once to thii trial judge for a st;iy, and this waa done witii tho nnsult stated.  h(MMlft.  "I Kw," Paid President Palma, "that Weyler Riys that ho is satisfied with the result« of his campaign in Plnar del llio. He announces that he went over all the northern hills and occupied the insurgent  Ili'.Mjvit© i:sin.'eti-ii. .•^r.vo .SiMi, Nov. 28.—Tlie news that Judge Keogli of tlie supreme court had grunted a stay to Mayliew was not received with any surprise at the prison. .Such action had been anticipated and Wanleli Sage hiul withheld tiie invitation« for the e.\ecution. They wi-iv. all nuidy and iiddresscd when the ni'ws of the «tjiy reae.hed the pri^'Mi. Tiie pri'^oi oW-cial.4 learned thiit the argument in tho case will take place on Tiiursday. next, proiialily In Long l.sland City, where May hew was convicted ¡md wiu'r»' j iitige Keogh Will hold i-ourt.  erne defeats dlxon.  Given thf oî-cihio» î>v«t the Colored Ci>aiui>lou On roiiifn.  nf.w Youtc, Nov. 28.—The Broadway Atliletle (dub's iirenit wiis well fUhnl with a largì; crowd of the sporting element from this and ot her cHies. Many of them eninc long distances to witness tin* 20-ronnd contest lietwiiMi George Dixon of Boston and I'mnk Erne of Uuffalo for t.ha featherweigiit cliampionship of the world. Dixon and Erne met in this city la.st De-ccinberand the result then was a draw, i^lnce that time the ¡vdmirers of both boxers have claimed that tlieir man htid the Ix-'tter of that go, and.many disputes liave oceun-ed as to their respective merits.  Both men appwired in the pink of condition. No time wiis lost In getting together iind tiie fighting was intenistfng fj-om the stiirt. In the early rounds Dixon's rushes f<dil on l']rne, who was for^-ed to sjKir forwind once ' or twice,, but later on the ButTalo iioy warme<l up and from that time to the ilnisii his jirospwts im-pnivetl steadily. In the latter part of the iMittle Krni-iiad all tlie lietter of it, landing mor«.^ lilows and defending himself more cleverly tiian his opponent. At times thi! fighting was fast tind furious and in tlu^ rapiti exchanges Erne almost Invarialily came olt" iiest.  There were loud ciUlt« for a drtiw when the tlgiU was over. inU the referee decided In favor of tli<^ lluffalo boy. There was plenty of cheering ¡iiid very little liissing when the referee's difeisio.n' was an-nonncitl.  Erne rushed overjind shook humls with Dixon and' lie was "congr;Uulat<-<i liejirtily by/V numbi-r of t liose who witnes.'^eii the mill, whieli w.as one of tiie hottest ever swn in the scinared circle.  numbered less than .S.iKK). Of course it would h.ive ^>en foidish for" tiie lattiT to give open battle to theSpaniar«!«, but (hey did fight them from, their positions in the hillaand in nearly every encounter the SjKinish forces wen' route<l. j  ".Some of the positions hidd by the ( Lilians were (ifiandoned, and the Sptiniards , now (K-eupy them. They are ' positions, j however, of no material importane«; to tho Culians. The latt^'r hav** any number of Bwure (daces in the hills, and it is imporis-iblo for Weyler to dislodge them. As a matter of fa<-t, Weyler Returned to Havana l«idly worsted man. His men were harrasRiKl at i>very point. Maceo is too '^ooil a general to put iiis ,s,(hkì men against jr),00() of the enemy in the opetl Heid, but ile has got the liest of every skirmish.  "You may also .say for me that Weyit>r Jes when lie s-ays that all the strategic joints in Pinar del Hio are in his hands, it is not so. It is also Tintrue tliat nearly ill of Maeeo's lejiditig men wiio wereat all valuable or posrossed of military aiiility havo ¡lerished in the districts where tin-y le.'itletl uprisings. Weyler .says thiit tiio I DuIkius hjive nothing to complain of in tho aiatter of Spanisii tyranny. Well, the people of the United .States ktiow lietter. A Cnbtui is not alhnved to voto unless lie pa.vfiiataxof per annum, and all tho oHiceholders in Cuba are iirought from B{Kiin. The S{ianish otlicelioiders ail vote, and so do their clerks wiietlier they pay any tax or not." ^  i Fid<,d tl. Pierra, who is interestiHl in the Cutían cause, proiumnced tlu> statA-ments ! of Weyler as ridiiailous. "1 see tliat, Wey-I 1er is going to take to the fiijld again,'' said ln^ "Well, tli/it is wln-re he ought to ih^ The last time lie started out thiMinly damage he tliti Was to kill al>out l,à<Hi women îuid children and farmers who were not ligliting iit all. All this talk of W(!yler's about ciiasing Maceo and his men from their strongholds is only talk. Weyler must do something and as lu; made no .showing against the Cui)ans .-it, Pinar del Hi.., la- l.s Uilkiuir wildly in order to give tiie impression that iie did iu'-rom]disli s niieihing. I am cimfident that Cuba is to>,i I o .Spaili and I guess Wi'yler tliiuks so too." ^  (.iciit -Viixiet.v in ispaiii,  Loxiiox. Nov. 2.S.—The .Standiird's Madrid corri'spotnlent s;iys: "-Nladrid news-Pl^tórs retiect the inten.se anxiety of all cliis.'ies as the meeting of congre-ss at Waaliington ajiproaciies. Tlie strongest feelingjirevaiis against; atiy intervention In Cuba, even from tiie friendliest nation., which, the Spatiiarda contend w-oiild 1m> a tacit r<.t;ognition of t'uii.ui belligerency. Sikiin would prefer thi' risk of a conllicfc with the Umttd Mate.--."  €ub:iu >í<iiii'ii¡n¡j ICv«'rcir>»-».  tami'.s;, Fla., N.;\, ;>.—Th(v Ciilians of this city licld tlieir annual moiiniing services to commemonite tfie eKecijtion Of tiio eight medifal ^mdi'iit-. wlio were the victims of a viciou-< .s¡,iuu,-h uiob in Havan.'i on Xov-27, imT). With few cxceiitions, eyerj- Cuban resilience imd portraits of liio unfortnn.'ite students decorating tin; walls. These were draped, as Were the fronts of many of the residtiiu es.  " BÙZ'ZÀÎîO CONTINUES.  IforthwMterii Htni. * Niill at th« Storm Itiog't >l«'rfy.  RT. PAtri,, Nov. he wires contìnuo to bring rejiorts ,if thegr<'at bU?,zard which has im«»!! raging in the Daiiotn« and northern Minnesota for the past thret»days. Tho Btorm Is the worst known for many year«.  The following •< ials give nomo Idea of Its extent:  ll4Kl lA'ike rail'., Minn, —Worst blizzard this m.'tioli ever niw. Tht* snow, wliich has fallen at Intervals for seveml «lays, liafi b(>en piled info huge drifts by a high t\'ind and till traille is suspended.  Fergus l-'alls, .Minn.—Heavy storm still raging. Mercury tit zero. Buslnes« «u»-Iiended.  Moorhead, MiTin.—Bajfringblizxanl«inco Thursday morning, .streets blockinl. No trains and business at a stand still.  l'argo, N. D.—Storm.stillcontinues with even gnviter intensity. All wire« we-;t and north dov.n. Northern Pacific train due here Thursday morning still stuck at , .Tamest-own; tniin stuck in a drift four j miles cast of Valley City. Tiie coast t t-ain arri veil from St. Pjuil, but could not be sent west, Alltireat .SOrtliern train.sani abandoned. Tl»' snow drifts in the streets here are 10 feci high. It i.s the worst storm for five year-;.  Stepiion, Minn.—-The worst ,<?torm ever PiH-Ui here has ln-eii raging since Tiinrsday morning. About two feet of snow has falU'ii this Ke.isoii atiil the storm has drift-c<l snow li;ink'< in soiiu- places 10 fei-t high, i Traveling is a(. st.iiHhtill. Thursday's Routiiboiind train is stuck here in the drifts.  Kidm. N. D,-It iins snowed hero almost coiitimiousiv since (Jet. yi. I  ' ......■ , i  I>l»i»stron« t".vcl<>n«> In >!ÍN«(»(íl¡(j»!.  ti:n!c,\. Miss., Nov. 2b.--Acyclone pas>-<•<1 tliroiigh till' northwest cfiriier of tiiis town, travePini,' in a n«>rîlnve-;îerly direc-tion. i)neeiidof a, bo.x i-ur on ¡i switch was bhmn off. A tie;íro cluirch was destroyed ati<i an old mil! (laH been blown down, crippling a teaul^,l er . awd tliree horse's.  Tlit'ce houses on H.. C. Irwin's jilaCe were blown down .-iiid one on tlie I'tilmer place, .'-'arah <'l,'ty, netrres-;, ^vas killed and Sam Clay .seiioii-iy in.iured. Tlieir tliree childi<'11 were wounded. The woods near heri- an- strewn v.ith luuisehold plutidcr and i>i.-idiiii';.  The southtiouod pasM'tiirer train stopjied 3!!« mile iiorih of her<', ta king ou a woman ind <-hild, vicsiius of tlie disaster, i CorVccl new^ of los-, of life and proiierry not known. A iie.ivy rain has tieeu fulling for 10 hours.  Scv»-re SI or m in Kent uctty. '  i • pamu<;.\ii, Ky., Nov. 2s,—A ^evere storni .«wept over. We>tern , }\eiittie!;y. . Wires are> down and all road-, aie ciioked by fall-, Ing trees. Olii" hou~.e \v,is dcsti-oyetl at Fnlton and i-oiisideraide (l,'un;i,ge was (ione tîiere. A long ! Ih- lim-of t he niiiiois Ctni-tnil in Soutliei-n llluioi-., .some dutiiage is npinicd.  j A man and child .'ire mis;;iii;i a! Kiitt.-i-wa. in lilis stale, it is iu-lievcd tiiey were blown into the Cunilieriàiul river and drowned.  i '1 lie railw.iy ^taiion at lùidyville was wrecked. A factory wa-^ tdown <1own tliereantl the cuar! lioiis.: Mas partly im-roufcd. '  Higheit ©f âU ia Leavening Power.—Latest U. S» Go^ EqH»t  Ab&oluteev pure  WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW  Business Outlook as Foretold  By Bradstreet.  DEMAND PROVES BÎSAPPOÏNTIKG  ïh® Werk'« Transartlíoid Confined TrlB-cl|mHy t» lloliitay frad» — Mtlíl Wt-atUrr Air« et«i Wint« r Trsd» , , Adverm'Iy— Kt»vornI>l»  ■Oulor.k For 1M!»7.  1 lo Kivie;i:i, , .\ov, ^-Tiic isoi! lias prevail  first ■ú il! ! and .Iiinc-tlie stille siîovv ly ;i wiiui ( h,it do-haracieristics of lu ground i-; fî'o/,en, i! stock Will Slif-  s,.v( rc Stan kav,-as crr,, m. heavy st i irm .of t lie Kansas, Jicpurl - I rom I tion Ciiy in tiie e.-ni er of sleet'aiid siiovv driven hy veloped maii.v of tlie Wesi-ern l»li//,anlt Ti and fear is e.xpre>sed i fer. ■  Dinasirous (n i.ivc Slocii. omaha, .nov. 2s.-~'l"eiegraiihje (idvices froiu iiìaìiy puiiiisiu N'ebra-ka and South Dakota rc]> irt .'i, lic.iv}' .-.now and sleet storm, accomi'anio iby a iiigli. wind. In Konat pl.tc(>?. tlie ()f iive stocii will he heavy. _ _  Coll! Weutlicr lo < ol(»railo, ■DKNVKfî, .Nov.-—With the e.v.ccjiiioti of tSlT-bl.» atld js^^N. ye-tel'day wa.> í¡S<; cvid-t»t day over ivnown iñ Detiver in '.Xovi'tn-' .ber since ¡s7l. prior to « lilcli year tiiere íh nu'idlicial record.  Ulcrcnry FiìIÌìoì; ta lowiî,.  Du iu in i 2-i. In jlle lant 21 hotjrs  the f'eiiiperat are tra> fallen 17 degrees, tlio tlu riuoiüeter vegisiefing N aiiove /.eru.  new Yoiui, Nov. 24.—Bradfitrcct'.h today .says:  îjikt week's dis.ippointmeiit at the lack of demand in general linc.s continuer, tlie intervention of a h<diday havimr mtul" trade (jtiieter and the volume stnaller. At pome im)ints of distributi<m there is no chatige in th<; situation. Mild and itu'-ea sonable weather ])revents a me.r^' ;i'-ti\e distribution of clothing and h<,i%y ¡mmuí», and the volume movitig i.^i snialler. wle re business has lh>en more active it i-. ilm ti iiHlng-in onlers and the d»-m.and for holiday goods. a confidence in a n-,iv.il of demand, which h;is tiot, yet ttpp, :ir.-<i, v..,-, resjioFisible for tlie starting up of 'ome mills and factories wiiicii are d!--..<ti dit d witli their prfispects. 'i'he mo-t > m ourag-ing reports .are of an imjiroied r"i|.. (.f trade and il favorable outl<iok tor is'.'t.  Ther»> have been h<«avier sale-, of wooj t». manufacftmirs at lirm prices, but v. oolr;i mills h.'iv«! only ''air orders for spriiiir <ie-hvi;n-. .loblicrs in t^'xtiie-. repnn drv-goods quieter, din> totheiiolldai, .¡uti ih.,t joblKTs, disappoinied in tiie motuirs l)u-itie.ss, ;tre hiokin.ii altead to im[iroveme!it next year. Leiter demand for siit«>s tor Bpring deliverj- has .■^timulaled mamitúe-turers to increase the outjuit, liu' diere (piest for lumber ha-, falleti off. h'o¡i and steel manuf.icturer>. re| ort demand not c'iUal to expccK-itioii..,. utld no llKellh for impnivenient ])rior to tlie uev.- ar  Bessctner steel retnairm tirin prict).s, but lóllet-. for e.'cpori ai-«> Ion. Nails hjive tiroppc;! hea\ lii coliapso of the jji'ol, and even i pig iron is fhaded ou doer>-,i-e; and'ampie Mipply. conoii ¡l>-a atid the sieel rail jtuvd liave not: di to ((Uol;itions.  i'lie larger number of change ui iitai , in staph' products wero dowüw.irii ihi-, week, ret'" ; li m, turpentine, lini.-., ,i¡i p.c^, ■••mioii ,iiid wiieat. tluiir b- ing louer, in addni.>!i to ¡.rices of metals inveti.  l nelumged oiiotations .are rip.ir!=d for .wool, ¡irint. cloths, leather, pork, Mig.ir and cotTee, whili; tiie li'udiufi cerx-ais, wheat, eorii and oats, respond ssitli advances, as do ]irices ior h-iui, lard and tin.  Total exports of wheat ( dour included as wiie,.it.> from both coa.-.t> of the t'niteU States and from Moutti-aI tins week nmoiini. to î,t;i;s busiiels. ag.iim-' -i.u.il-txki Inishels l.int week, 2, íihí.íh) i hu-hels in the Week one year ago, 2.ií'.)7,oiki Imsheis in the wiH-k two yearr, ago, 2.4wmm buslu is in tlui wi.'ek three years a^'o. ansi com-pareil with-s,."!:!:!,!««! iiu^hek in tlum-ori-i-.^-pondi.ng we.dv of is'.i;.',  'i'iie i k'-t i vport of ludi ,n 1 ■irii - '/te ¡.iti^ 2,t.m.mm bu-.h; l, j..,.o!(>  bu'-hi k l.i-.t week, l,s20,ihm 1.11-11. b wi the wm>k one ji.ir ago, .ind tv-m tr.iturly sm,.ll (lu.tinmi- in muh inde g v.iei. in ti¡r» e prêt, dim.; v i .us.  m»iiiìmt«.r t«rr»;ll ««inn » polmàm  wa.winötoii, Nov. 28.—Tho diypartm^t of state ih advised offlclally that thitmi^ the cfTort« of Minister Temtll »t const»»-tinople tho vali of Alteppo ha« b««b tn-mrm-tM hf tho Turkish govamm^ni to perni it iKiys of that village to go to ttimw to att<!nd the school of the St. Patii ináiA-inu\ a collego conducted by Amertma inisHtonnrieB.  anoth«<r Frr>ak in««tl0a »«*.  new york. nov.28,-b. Pitcher Wood-' wanl of Brooklyn, In fallillmont of «a elect ion wnger with Henjamln WillaM, » puldisherof Fulton «tmst, this city, has stii.rt«^d on th(! tenk of a donkey from th« Hot^'l MorSbortJugh for San Francisco.  THE MARKETS.  1  ar. at. pool oil .j .1 on ii.e < -1 iiii'r !u.,nd i loner, 'c (ivd a-.  , nfw york moa«»y waurliti^.  n«w York. Not. st.  îiîi.î'i -, (Pi! rjitt, j l^i.j cpiit.  Prmii' iMi-rcintib; pftp'-r, !>««• cent. stj>r!iii}; a'-tua! ttil^ifafk«» i» imms&-  f-r." l-iU i< f,jr dctnami;  4 ve , f, ,r -V) day .s. 1'uísí,>«í r«les, aM  '-T'.'i.l  r,,11)111. i.iiin. $j H'j.  .'-liv. r ecrhíícat'-í, fetí;í»!'.<i(3, ;  me.tk-nu,  iÄr iîUver, tïi'^e,  Vnrk l'rixîhc«  TÎ.OCÎt-tM I jTîitî., J.at»ut. to.W-ííí..«: «Äty  imi!-, cl.vr, wiíit,or piüt«a.to,  4 " \vi!ii,.r «»nutn, ?4.4:jrf í.,io; do fxtms, ( ! ¡i.; j; lí.. ¡..v. kra.i-. i : 'x^.t;,:.' tij : Minnticot« ptA-cí.t , l4.-.-..u.'io, mmik-h.tív baker»'. íaé&fcis; ¡-íiriii^; l'.w t'rnii-f, i«prlug «tr»,  î 1/.-...loh-'rii fii'ur, $4.00.  í'..\iíí.r,v - r«viiriií. c. i. r.; mait-  na;, ¡-i', i'.-; Mesterà No. Mil-waake«, fâgl ./• e i, f . ,.ícr:i, .'Hu'.Mio, i. f. !í.\í-:lf,Y M.vlt—Western. tHJ^o^; No. g  V. 1 -1.111, i.w.^Tu ; t'.vi) ríiv^fd, ôle; Ktx-rowed,  do, C-SKt".«-  1U;( K\V}H;.\T FL')i,'P.-.4potariA tourriv»,  îi.t.'.ii.r.vi-  î'.UCKWÎlEAT-CVJitJTc track c-i.f. Oct.; M (lil.rc 5>riîïie :ît«îe,  i OKN^îUAlr-Velio-.v western, coar»©, Äte; br.eidl \Mae, ÍJ'.:.'); ciî v, OK--.  me- ^tit-. 1.-.' d-ÎîVi>r."ci; No. ¿ wart«™. •i', ', 41-^-1-.! f , mrS'it ;î',i >v-t0i-.  WilK \ r--No 1 norlhenj.t».:!*^ f. o, b. afio»t:  n.i ; u.mii. i" ï.o 1, -vfi. .;tt. ^iptlonn: Kix 2 ivd.) .a. e,i. . .1 at M'trrh.i®,-, JUiy.WfÎc;  k.iv"., ;<j'tf; w^e.  coii.N' -po' -^.u.of No. Kü-ü/-; el«»v»tor, ..itvc îj,î!.>,U , N'o. 2 whtt^i, a»; «tWMnnr . >' tci.,icr :ti:x'-l, .'L'^c; ycuow, rilcHtiif-r velíovv. it' d«»lJvisr«l. Ojitloa«: .Ma- .:•>.'.! a: -Î . Nor., „UV ; LXi-e.. a^^c. 'Ort'i.-'-i'p'.í >(!e.. No. -J, No. ^ «i«liv»r«d, •n.»; n . n- wmte, 2(sr; No. 11 wmte,  2>'.tr;i t: ^-.-liitv wi-.icra, Í . tre«k wmte .-t It'.'iiiid .le 'i ni,--oi'-'; tracH tjiixad w««t crii, !rii 1: wh't«-, optíoíw:  íil-in-im-ívivii a; ri,tuy, ïSv.., Sàbic.  -y.»»:; ifoo.l í-m chsmo»,  a.'  i'i dìK'-tìM í" !I>)-..' îiie-j-i, í.-vCi.'i^.cí.TS; family,  île.Vi Ut oj; rii >rt oît-ar, f-s-rSJia»; eacte» prlr.'íe. îS.).t*k  liuttiju - rad'virr.s.íiisc; w^rnm (■re.'u;i< r\ . ; d.i f;e;íe,ry, Tí^^Ífe; Ä-•  imii'.., .,'j'i.'-, iimütiioa en uiiitír.v-, lo^fi^lóo; e^ií^ tiwry, 1 ! '.1;: creatriorj , Î3'j i^Jic,  C,ia:!>r; -Ma:.-. 7»-ì'JìRm; esaiklì. fsa-  cy, v'Ci- ; p.irt .--i;:!.!», ò'3<^Tc;faIi tídsoM,  e<-k-ís — j-^iíií« wehti TU fre-ii, S.'  ,111.1 pi'tiiísyltraauv. ^fí^;  lake caf-tain s lihastlv fínd.  iiií'i IJiMiî au<î lli-i .'•immug,  v -s -Wold !•,-.  i Ilionor concprniiijfî Oencral leo.  i Wasiiimítun, Nov. 2.s.—Oilicinls of tho sfatiMlejiartment attach no itnportatice to the rumors th.it Consul Geiienil la-e will' not return to Ida po-^t at lisvana., because he is .s,'iid to be unacceptable to tin-Spanish .-inthoritics there. There is ño present <'liange in tîeneral Lee's lairjio.-e to rt^turn to Ids post at an early day.  ' (Çnl>fin>» Tlirculcii lU-tnliatiiiu. ■  J.ACKSoNvtbt.K, ,Fla.. Nov. —a Key West special says tlie'Cuiians of iliat place  ARBUCKLE'S death.  aiuciu ol '»hi vt kir i <  Í OI)l|lllll!llII,H  wlauro.v, <>!»t,. ni u in 1 ill u ihn t uil Vv . 1\ of till; tug se'anian h:i: luid ïu a '•li.'iii v ,it i!i. bor. The tulí left Wlarl  made a gh Rittlesiial ju tot i'lt.ív.  gì:;-  Not V.  tc.ssor  Nov  t Di'tcriiiiiu WiUhati^.  (,'orunei  (t 1>y î'ro-  Theodore  «_^tve oiu .Ihe followilig ,^t.ite-ri.iiie.r the'analv .-.ir. by Profcss.ir IÎ the ;^tomaeh e,f Frank P. Ar-.Dcuver mine ownei-', the cau>e a^'o i> still a source This is tlui state-  are greatly stirred over thi vana, of. C. K. Pendleton, that any .harm done him Ix; recli»iMcaterl by an attai ish consul.'itc at Kev West.  .arresi, in Halt is elàimed. 1 Havana "wi 11 : on tlu- ."^pan-  Corbett-l''U»ilmmons liout Doubtful.  nkw Your, Nov. 2s.-—Warren Leui-- of the Greater N(<w York Ath^tie club vislt-! ,cd tho pflfict' of District Attorney Backus in Bro<iklyn for the purpose of ascertaining if his eltibWould bo given a |termii. for the proposwl Gorbett-FU'/simntons bout. Mr. Backus (U^dlned to decido tho (pi  ltnv i.s  Troop» For tlie i'lilliipstiik^i«, bauckt.ona. Nov. 2s.—Two battalions of trooiis anit a qii.'Uititv ot war stores wen-disp;u<died troni heie for tiui Phii-Upyiue l.sland«..  the cau-i  NKW Voiil K. Tu thill tr .men! colie.,';-Witth.ius'i buckle, tlu  of who-c deat h a woe of much sni-i'ulat ion meut :  In the invi'-tigation of all fiie po.isibh; canses of the deaUr-oL Mr., ArViuekie otluu-than tlio-c veve.viíHÍ at, tlie ' autop.sy, the vi,>ci;i-a lia ve i ireii jilaced ia tlu: hamls of i*rofe??oT WirthaiH for examinátion. There are no knockout drojw of tlie ordi-n.-try kiml in ihe sioniach. Fv/t a complete an.il\,iis of oiher SHM-lble poihotjs there \siU be i;eijuii'eil .-,tiU funhcr lime.  CAPITAI. $100,000. ^rrnnnn  Undivided Profits aQ4 Surplus ^»^f^y^  i-reiicli siikitr l^iutmea.  palii"-, Nov 1 ht iii..tom- loiiiiait  tee of the ciianilHa- ot deputies lias adojiu d the-aig.ii bountii - >' fi.iluto ti.iiii and al-.ou t i\ ot j ti.mvi^v to \r,nt j »11 -  üolivií íiol  t 1 u í . . N tion lias been Isleil b k-.r oí th. 'i mol t  . < r. t -.t lté.  l t. 11 il u ui -  ^ 1 ! - < ' .v !  tlon, but prv.mi^tnl to ,give Mr Ltnvn and al-o a t i\ ot J ti.mvi^v io 2 í j»e - Mo  ^^¿tdihA'mÛi'.r.m Dt.iM oloh'fvl imi Fu m h tait  .mau-iivt-ue-Vv rr  otui t i--kin Io' lin lii i 11.¡ni ti,li I li oll Ml I ,, gene Boreei, eontnioi Bor-CCVr e > U )i  .t  id  F. H. FU RM AN. Cashier. J^ B. JONES. ÀSt! Cashier  BUSINESS.  y^j, p,..j..qnes,....President.............................  .........................  TRANSACTS A GENERAL; BANKING  ACCOUNTS Solicited. Cmnmereial Paper Discoaated and LOANS Made on Favorable Terms. No Interest Paid on Deposita.  able decision of tho hiw deiwirtment of Brooklyn, an oflieial of that city, who i.s credited with posse.Hsing accurat^> knowledge of the facts, is (pioted as luiving wiid: "The authorit ies of the City of Churched will not permit, under tho Ilorton law or iind('Funy'<itheClaw;ffi  Texas, I'lor-; l(hi, California, ilissouri I'lnd eTO i Mexico prohibits. Thero is ho prescnta-th»n of tlu; case which make ii meeting-bt>-tweon Corliet t and Fit/sinmions anything but a prize fight. That make.s the sltua-  îaw bugar.s.sent to port reliuerie  Nuw National liaiihfs.  wasiii\(íto.\, nov. 2s.—The eonijitrol-"ler of tile ciu-reiiey lias given authority for the organizjilion of the I'irsr National  ■•femk"-0f->NïTlt11.....Mï'A'insfèf, r;"T:,'i-afïïaT  îiiO,tXK), aîid the National bank of WaUìeu, ..N, Y.J, ctíjjiltü JL-ü.»«)::............................-........—.............  ijecX of tile ÍCi 11; in Pao, 1 1 Uli 1 teil) pora ri iv so |o u r 1 p.urson.il propt-ri v Yuik v.ilui il it ' i >  1!y surre letters . ' .,i o' ìlu\„ irla  V known as iJoberv .r ì- (ic-.ii-^ i .t it lioiiand ;um (îicil  1 2::. where lie was Ml lorv 1 1,11 , iho staîv ni New ni  island lo d t\i-o s u IV jti,'rv,o \ ■ ,, j survevoi^ '>îi H mUi i of D.iti' i t, r lîaiiids, Mich., and Mr. aiîsmîi o,î Detroit, who V.« n ^'011 ' to n < -t.'! u. J . , ' I tinibcî 1 ' In i.u i-.! i'ul \ i 1 <• " named lSelr.)-M,>accompanu-d tliem.  ! The ^ inuD' \v 1-. 1.) ill I I t'i ( n \ .11 two weeks. hen the ves«»! put -tn af Katíli n iki i TI li I", m 'I. I mív <( , pìedJi\ U inkui Old \i.-t.n, 1, >Ì< , coveriHl fluì bi«iv of tile lormer. hiH.i.ice distsguiv.l With i'iui I .111 a bo\ ì^ i' tu Wall.  j a letiii it> t'i di 'd ma'i - i m ' r .1 tliat his comiianions had left t inóray on lue.sdav to communieai ïit;w->, Neit.ìier u^í in nor the, tfiiu readied th.erc and ü is îîioUKat Iwih perished. __ __  atteintited Hol.l-up Fait«.  Kan.'^as Cri'%. Mo., Nov. 2s,--Foin- nu-n, Ji d bV (i-< .11 iìlàì I - I It' , n it J ■  V,llUt' punitx oi HHJHI O) 't --s ï!( l^io'V,  made an iiiisuceesstiil utteinpi to hold np .iml ndi ,ui t h tt'i ( .t limi . V Ith ligi, ia, b. .i.id f'r li('ii."t' n î'.'dir  an -il d lit- • .4 di -.11 t it.i 1 ¡s ^ vn i.n the niotorman and was lirouiiht he!\e The othti li.m nn ij »-1 ipd't, ini' th. p isa'w «n. a tkuä it is u t'm-v o --v. n  Will be lutlged Iii lail.  v i lo.  h.  ïîatl:.lo rjovwion mftruet.  büstpalo, hôt. 27. ■ v.'hì;aT-no. 1 Lnr-i.'X.'.ic; No. i nortìier», ii W lilt, r v. htíi» N.i 2 r&iì. í.9\o.  v t uin - no ¿ ytuoiv, No. ¿, 2io; No. s  VellOW, .j'i '4c.  * <1 N" C Ulto, 23V ; No. 2mlx»d.20«-  1 : ut k-.'-; ti! • -ivhi'ät'. pat^dt.par hhi., s" u/ijv>, ìm v s î3: wiater  uìa-it, bo-.t iiuudy, i;r»ììitìk,  i.ÌA).  butti ti -state creainorr, Ksc;'westeraào,  Zk. ■ ■•.■,•■ ■  ( hrì>k, r.,: ev, fr^'ì r-rewi, île; chnf-sft 4«.  1: tcí- sî;ei >, ..o ; < '.-i.aa.4a and wñstera, ______  ï.:iMt Biiflaio 1.ív0 Stock mftt&äi. 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