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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 30, 1899, Wellsville, New York                                 f.:, V  i  Pf  CUSTOM HOUSE SOLD.  (Juitv I« (*ìi«inE«) In tli« Con<1>tien of th« T?it)fn<1 Hti»)«^« Tr«'iiitiir«-.  WAPfUNGTüN. AUfr. -Th • trcis. iiry n-r'ivfi $.'î.310.(iu;) f riil.^ »(  th«' oM «■iiv-liiin h-m»- f-i,- : ,• ■ > y.irli i'lly, iiuUiiiri?:','il Hy v 'n,t;u t-:-, r.-  ci'lpt >'f ihc innnt'y maUt-s (40, 1. i vhunnc in th»; ¡¡HSH-ct ut the tr asuiy 8lal','in('nt. It bihu;? Uif ixc^ipla of th" li ty up to î4,57!t,ï!Mi, and aa the . x-f.'cnilitwri's were $r>;iîtiOO, «ívch a s.ir-pn;:^ foi th.' tlay of $i.()47,;{!'6.  The HtiUcriictit pr>viuu;-; to thlw sh^-w-ed a .I'-H'-ii for th»- tiionfh .if of  $1,HI,(hio. Till- cliunir.' In iJi. (Myn rr» rr-ipts tTi.'t>tt-n ;i suii.U.h f;,r the mdiith «0 f:ir of îJ,;iO.),:;'Jfi, ainl rcil'u. 1:3 tht> ti -ticlt £or tht; twu iiU'iitiiB of t)ii ilst-al yeat to <5,&f>3,0l)0.  EXPECTED TOO MUCH.  Keither Side Satisfied With the Dreyfus Trial.  SEVEEAL POIHTS FOB DBEYPUS.  UviKtrnl 1Vf»rn(«r Taking An Aotiv« Pnrt In tha I'rorcriliiiKu —iln Ohs Not Vet ,trr«<4t«'(] nnti Will N»t Ufi riitn th« Trial  liHü Kiidfd.  JOHN R. M'LEAN WINS,  tl* (trcr r>'« til« Nttiïitnatlan Pav €lar«TBnr  «r th« XtMt«! <tr Olito.  ZANKfiVUJ.lÇ, O., Aug. .m-AUhouKh th" I>ptTirrrrath'' îtt.itr» Ui.'kvt h«M m>t ycl tieon nomlïiat*'! t»«<> rcHiilt Ib flo-flsivtly forroHtcd In tht> preliminary irn><^tinf.T. The MfLofin men cnrrlpil n iarn»' majority <>f tht» 21 coiiîçrrssiinial dít«tilctH and will c<mtrul not only the  BASE BALL.  K«iiul» of Uin (iHiiiPa IMnred In ttifi N«- j tlnniil I^rrHBU«. j  At Cli vrlaiul— Il.If.K. '  ClcVol.irKi .... 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0- 1 3 7 '  ....... ? IM» ;î 0 1) ;> Il O - 1» 10 1 I  iUitt« r.ii'i< -•■ I';ml)f^^'l■ iiiid Duucan-. 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Aibaiiy, 4;. 1 innie, 7.  I ÎM.xibKI \V<»Î.  Dl!in'<>lM':. ia,. Atltr. , ;îi(.--,To,v fhA.  yii^iki \v:i;; ,m\'fii t.Iio d'c-.'^ion ni,'iM' A':s-traliaii .liniînv iii'.in at lia- cid "f a, 20-rotind Ko h<Tf f..r tho liiîl.'t h>'avy-  ■vvi'ipiiî- l'han.fiiâiîiï hî|i (U" t.H- Wiiriil. Ch.iy!i.«ki (loiiiiHi.Mtiatf.i. rTii't c'c .'■•r-iiC:-.'-; t "hrouL-h.ai!. Kyan i-tMod naitimia! left jn b'ün.ír. In Th«- l'a. <■ -.v. 1! ami siiiiw'-'! ,Ii!!!i.i ^■i:.;¡u-; ni nun .-- an.-«! al iii" »-ini m ih ' 'ui. i 1:,- ,! IS ,.n Wtìi< <ti-ii-i!v, nu 11 'iiits. f'^iSiiSk  weighed (ins:.- tu 17»'S ("Miüd.-:, wMU: hi¿ Oì.ipulU lit X^a.-^ .^ix ¡) un,i;:  RKNNES. Aup. 30.-N.dth.»r dile was \\ith (lie .»iit{'(imc i»f the pro-( l'cdiinîs uf the c.im t marciai that îh tryin;í Droyrii.«. Th«* Dr» yfi;e 11 d.--fxpi .'(l'd that t'oloiu l (.'ardlff, \vh<i was d< imty chit f of Uli" lii!. nií:"Hi .< d'T^nrt  Tii'Tit und'T till' 111 ' Idf'utcnaiit Cidomd Henry, woiiid t< utify that the bordereau <• wa.« nc-'h.'d rlit-rliy by tho lato Col-! rand Sandlu-rr. Had tili« cxpi ctatlori , been roalizi'd tha te.^si iinatiy waiild iiavf»; been a ytronR point In favor of the : aecns-rd, bacavi.'«:- it would h;ive bfon a '  rrpiy to Mie anM IM-. yfinai'ds, w l.o JOHN lì. .M'T.KAN.  have al! alonir enrUended that Henry ronvf^ntliai, b»it also'all the parly male, eivi d Die h u,|.-ie.ni .an.I f.a'w.iid.'d ' hin. ly in "bio iintU tlu' in xt pre;a-it ÍO Sand'ietf. a Ibini' lie urmld !">i d. titiil .1. .ti..n -ii!.,. the in.-ni!.. !■. ..f h.;.\e d-.n- ba.l the l-ad. r.- iii Ix-n. tlie all (oaMnit'O'-s have bc.>n 'b eted an^l l.>i .■vfti.-iafds a><~ert. v.-rltt^n by hf;^ :n ~ throu!.;!i, th» ni all tlie nlHi i-fs of ilie (■onipllce, Ksleihai^y; far_lr) that even!, fonvenünti N->-ei! tho«e who will br Henry would bave i ee,,anì7.ed the han<l- I" charge af tii^' . ;Hnpa)i-,n. Wtitinir Wluai be i.-.'ei'ved i!ie bordereau 'I'he Mek-an ni.Mi are du^pn.sed to b.' fi-eni the (krnian . iidKi'sy and w.uüd liberal io laeir ein.oiterit:;, Afler U have s-nippre- -s.-.i ft treUe'id' of f.trw-tnl- : was fotiiid that Jk-Lf.Tn bad at the. lìì': it Sandberf. 1 di.'anet uii'eSmi,-H ;'>'.a!i'i'd eoníí'ol of  CuUuueS i:.ti dier. however, teHtiib-.l ronsniiu« ep, niany eahed nn bini ainl  th'n-f-' He'■fC.'-ii- .H'bV,.ni fròrii 'tbo" înt''lii- '' ^aiî.fi n't''fremì nr-Pxi^^'e}. .-j  iîeace departînent Vv'hen the bordereau : M.d.i an ami hi« inana.aer.s ¡  atrivcd, but that be If.-üeved It was re-, tb-'ai advko-d tViat all the eandldat.;«| <(-i\.-d bv Henrv. jV.ifurallv tbisi .^tate- ^ f'O" governor b.. vojed í<.ir .ai tbe lirnl j sie-nt elat.'ii the an(i-l)¡evru?ard'-, but ' b,■<.!!>.t a- .iri.'-iíi.'lly ir.;,ani.t.-d and it lie- 1 (¡■■h'. b ul id rea-'-n to ' e\r.n ro!;:-,'-^îI'd tb;'i fbeî-e ndt:iit  coji>rra!ulai.- th(Hii.';e¡ve,.,- ¡¡¡ton th" r"- : be nvu b.aU )t ^o .mp !o i;!ve a." niany riiailide.r (if. ffU'dier';: lesthn.eiy, nn it' ei ai 1 p: Uli' t; ! .-i ry V(;;,,s a:- ìj-ev il.ile tt! %va.-- \\ii-ili\' in t'a\-(»r of l>reyfu.^. ' tbe . ndiïa it  t'n tiie osher iîami (he preeeo'ii.m of tlniu.cht tiiat tha rt-aiui inak" then) faTea-als and ofdeer« í>f th.- Kener-il 1' "! beî'.i r t a- the 1 amp nan ami al:-n  WAR ALMOST CERTAIN.  An Alarmtfig Turn Taken In the Transvaal.  EMLAND'S DEMAHDS ESLAHGED.  rrMltlant Kragisr Will Not Comply With Tliein «tnil Will lie 8nst«ine<J Ity the JiliMtrii—An Op«n tt«vMUitlon In Uin (7a|>«i Toiirn A«i»»ir»l»ljr, r:'. TruitMViinl Maws.  I.ONDON, Auff. 30.—TÎ10 Town  CorroHp'iiKÎent of The Dally Mail eay.-«:  *"A jtitlnbh» si'cnc wa-s wltnerfsed nt tile raltwnv «tniñin here on thft arri-V.il from Johanneübucsi of l.'.O «'hlldnii Whope pill., hté ait loi» po.a lo eoli:«' theni.arlve-í. It i« O..--1htiafí'.l that 15,000 p'-ople j,,tve b ft the Tran.«varil tiin. i' the crlBîs bofínn.  "In the lK)ti«o of arsentbly »bf» tcov-( minent .inn.»une.'.i that It wa--. c ifi-•■ilderin:; a ¿»ropo-.a! to affoid Ki auT faellitii\", for uoniei) and chiiilrtni to b.'ave Jrd)annestu.n'}!:.  ■'Itcciiuanalnnd Is tn a plate of f.'V-rn'nt, owlm,': to fejira of a fio. r rai.k  C.d. P t IÍ I ba , !i fcr e- there a!.'  holly iiinde,pi,-lie to prole, t lairh an  e'^t.'! ||. d fi, an !.'•>, atei lh>- ......... ,i)>i e 11  i", b" .(U'ei !\ , <a.i. cut ! ai Ini.' In tb'-err; part of the Transal.  ".V n¡iy h,!: b en .¡tie-o d !n  lîaïuatt.'ibaraa .'nnip in l'.rüis.i l'.e bu analand."' .  pe  e. 110 d.-it;,( lidi à iin ojij.uliinily to; ■ .'eMS ..nt <"..!omd ('..liber was a :.;oo.i j '  or tiiciie« frorr, ti)e""point uf vi.w I "'«"'J''"  lain t!e-r.' w.ip. ¡ar" ' of the C.ilnrnbus  of C.diaiel Kilbourn.  .\t  d tini anii-Dr.-yíu.^ar.Ls: b-'Cuu^r. al! i ''i'' Urne it uo-îiUl abord afs .or,-!  ¡.la'iuni'y lo¡- ;ì;ì ent!iUH),i.<iu and dia-rn.-iîit .-lie v. iien .ill tli;> sen 11•a i.Ui.' | .! ]■ cat ion.-: Ilo' ke.l to tho McLeapj e)t:ind;ird .n the .'-lee'irid haiiot. j  it .lui;.' pi'..baid." siiat the nata.» ¡ of .Mr. .Ml l.ean wiU be ja'ei'.énte.d. f.' ti..- .i'oMventi.m vio'y brb iiy, Mr. Me-.î,i.-aa .ìoei; not )^p.O•^^■.\vbo v,-ill presi/nt iiis n;i.!p..'. H.' .'-■.lys rie \'i'onlil pT'ef.'r to  tile J.idnt.-- !lii'\ eon'"Sl!-d were UfU o! tb..' ¡iría Ìn>Iìoi!.'inee. y''I their \'ery ajj-pe.irance on .hi' i-t.in" .an.! iUeii- eoa-tradlclsans ..f ..^onie nf 1'nrdier's statements l-t'l dis i!;i l i'ai.ii' unia-es.wjon.  'f ne »ppe.iranc-«. . t 1 !(•». ral M'Teier to que;-!ion Car iier cani.^ a^i a  suipri>e !o tiiany- in tlu- aú.iien'-e. win» bad sappo.-, d th tt after ht.si Saturday'a  .Hcrai.' uhi..il :sb.r.,;ÎLa- een f n.aît e.í ' ba\..- iiis n.nne jire.-í.'nted withriut coni-wiíii f.'aptain l''r.-y: t.ntter, be wouíd i ¡rea:o'a ! ion or a word of i-oimrient. r-anain quiet. Kut M.T.-iei' iy ^^atm: to j (b n< )-al A. .1. \Vara-r will present th.^ the death, -l-iis aiaion is iiUerpr.-'î.^d aa ! niin'e "f (.'.donei Ki-Hiourne in a f^tir-int.aid.-,] to ill,It be is not i riña .,!.•,,di atid rnucíi e|,..|nen.-.» will to tiii'.iw U!) th.> spnn.ae.- Tlu' sairt iie ! i"" fXiiead.-d on titi^ (..tlua- c;,.!!.lid.it.'h. pla\ed ill iS;.l la^s iiiiii op.'ii t.. '¡"'a^ .-omtoin,. of perìuaio nt nrpan-a-i.i itiis is a Distant tople of diseus- j íímü-oi d.-. id.-d to report to the ei.ai-fát.vj in th" rafes and at other me,.t.;np ' Mention as p. rsuanv nt (hair-piareH in Itenn.'s, Tii-re appears, n-nv-'l W. V. Monn<»y of St. ever, to be an esiv-ii-oji reason why i M^'ry d-f-aiina . •on;;r. ^sanan North'.' i-:o\.aauntast v.-ou!.i not take any j ion ■t<y a v.de ,,f 12 t.. S»; for permanent FU"h v-.-r!..,!« <iep until the trial i-.t ' s .a- tars', W. 1-. Fimliey of Htn.yrus, f.\'er (t.a.oi.a í.iu'üí-t, prs'aaoa; •>( 'he' <1efe:itlnK by a vt.- of 12 to .9. Thomas ..sairt nuirtiai, rnuid adjuurn tiie triai j -b CoJa.iti of laneinnati. \V. S, I>erk-lìid.aìidt. !y ir'Merei.a-, wiiu is tin iin-i er .if I'auKiina, l.a' a'-sisîant se.aa>t:ary. portant witness, was- arretted. It the ¡A. Sie-tthr o! ( •..lunibus lor s"-trial were ad.j..uia¡.Ml tv,r nua-e tlian IS 1 i;eant-al-ai an.l W. 1-:. it.ai.m for hours, it Weuhl iaiae and ttie pr.Te.d- j assistarU, weie .-h-ete.i wniioai opposi-v>t>ul.i ha\e to b»' iZimv over anain i '¡on. ■ ,  f It' 1 lb till tí 1 il  was <oa tiuionv u  111 \  I ( I,  till I I ÍL ' 1 Í  Piano Practice Causes Disease  Declares Dr. Waelzhold in Article Olì " flusic and Nerves/'  an  . tl,  w a r.  vi iui.' na.UiJc ui 1' isaa h  ii I ! t  SI I a a t. i t :. ;u.' ait  !i I  n 1 f \ tb U weuid injur, ih'-r In 11 1 \ I ea l<.:iiia 1.,'d to m-' ' 1  Ch Sorosis, Neu rosia and Otîier Nér-vous Disorders From Which So Many (jirl5 Suffer said to be ;tiie kesuit of "î iam-nicring the Keyboard."  hi the British I\lcdical Jounsal is di.s-cussed Dr. Waelzhold's nitide 011 'Mnsic and Nerves," iu which he claiaiB tjiat the alaritiing iiicrt-ase itJ nervous dit,ordcrH in 3'uuug girls is due to the "tieadly cu.stom" oí haiuuicrii)},; the keybcard.  Whether or not tlie cause is di.t to piano le.ssons may' retiialn a quchlion, but there is no denying th« íact that there it) an euormuu.s increase of neiv-ou;; disca.'^cs asnoni^ youtig jiirhi at the cntieal aj.;v, s-<f Ivvid*,« to sii.tC!. , " ' ' they are jui 't crossing the threshold of \ve)iiiaiihuuii.' Theii Ilea voUs ¿yi.ti.Uis ait put to II aeverc strain by excesaive "-Ui Iv at '-.^hmjl, ps.u:iice of luu-jtc and aiixu t\ o-t «^AîîiînàlJOH<î it Ît» duttüií iïm try-iUf.; UJÜ!. thai beco'Jic ¡»de, weik  an.i nervous, and sufici the re^^alt. of i^r<i;ul■tItllt.■^ of dtdieale iciuiaiut-  oij^.m.'-v,  I A.s a restoTative íar pale, weak und wonitíu suíít:riui; with tbe.ilit» pectiîinr to t'.tcír äer thftre ifi no tfeit-ineiit to !;e ctnnparcd with Di. A, W. C"liai!!''ii Net^e tind lUood l'iil,., the pinate pre.scriptiou of Dr. A. W. Ch.4svr. -,vho-.ì' portrait and Higuttluie on evety . líü « o f jLÎie gea iî ' .  Dr. A. W. ChERe'-î Norve and BÎO'd Pills restore and revitalize the wasted bUàxî and ncTve ceUs; bring bai k the color to the clseekaaiul Ihc rouiidjifss to the form. 50 Cfnt-i a box, at all dt-der., or Dr. A. W. Citase Med. Co., Buffai >,  N. y. '  till 1 1  1 1 I  ii ui i i M 1 >  d:.sopii m.- e, 1 1 1 » !  ííui'U. Ih,, p.ídt I;at be i..llowi-d it Willi a eui.mv ...i t I ¡ n 1 fin UiL t Î I li , u 1 At. Sciieur.a--lvstt.f'r. torni.-r %'iis.,- pi-.-.s-i I r' t ! ( t w h il u t r  1 1 11 h 1 I in t 1 ni h t t i 1  Aiaiire Labia! taeu seeure.i .-inotiu'r (sim-ession. tavorabie tn .iM-evtua. 'ov cettins' ^l. .1 le kl es:elnet ■ to admu that hi> eouM not re.-.ii! a sinsrie ttsot e.oito: fvjr tiiti \ Ï lb ìli»  I'ram-.- Irotn abj-oad t.; promote ,a .Min -! ! 1 t 1 I \ ! 11  I li f t b \ I h il ' tl  pu araaus' (in the \'>itne;is .st-aad h.a-- nor  III ua 1 1  iieetiseu. .....  SEES  SOLUTION.  Tin- I ri iK'li îiîiiy Almiuîon the Now-toiin'lliiiiil >ii<ifi. <t>it-Htimi.  ST JOH.N'S. N. I'V. Am:. rje ¡rov-imiland. ■■sir ! Iur.a • vi e-  Tra- KüSionrne r. ^ n and ..'.iifr .'intl-1 Mil 1 I 1- to ti  ;-v. as Mr. \..rMn ai..; Thomas  i.suiir.an are im.iwa lo oe ;Uron;i Mo-  ¡1 t 1 T . n 1 say tiei.y  1 t I I ¡1 t t ' m n ¡n' ti ms, that Î ' • rid tilere  1 J I I i I i J tit) iin ( t Í wa'î ti i trai. lio àiol !e-euaie ontscti.inaîde o¡ne anii-MeLisia nani.  to  1 )!  í 11 I  t,." U 1< H l N »t I  tr.ule .¡ad l'ai;  -iituy.  I il Nor-Men's  N.  í 11 I  tr.ule .¡ad l'ai;  -iituy.  I il Nor-Men's     u        :it!on <;]    ap^enled à Coli    1 1 V    tee to              V 1    Il li il!    na    y ib'-      Ì 1    n    i-ni t-i .    a-.l-.r tlie unni    pia.    l)ew-          1'    h 1    It 1 ' i\    (    ' w-ar-      ¡1    t t    1 in m n    n    .r Oct.          Uh    ■u tdl -    \ nil 1.11    ! 1    will      ^ 1    ai.                          « m Í.U II    oî.iiiii I-nil>i In t liic    UU".          t! 1    < '-\( ii 1,    M \ 1    1    aiieti)      M    K    "i-.vn, {--r    nioti>- 11, 1.lisias        T,.r      ( n        1    liîe.l a p'Mii !1    11!    liani;-          . 11 ' \    . .-le-a    il 1    ot          ¡■dl.        t    hav. le. a. s. t~.    'i'ie    ■ lar-.-,-      1 t    . r'.  '.riii.    '•11!.■! 1,-'    \ i K 1        • ). for              /.■•¡llana'    ITI \V:u.} îî.e r,    ■ ble.              i.i.d.xin    "iiX. X. A;a        ). Tie-      hor,,-.    a;' r-.pr    ■i S.-ÎU.;! 1 V- ia    11 r h'    od.!' •      til.        V .-rüna    Í • ■ ' 1 a Í ; o î a m ot X.-w Xe-,!,.    U • /î« lai          iîi    di 1    'i s'i la.;    tie- ;-0 t et' La,    ■ et"    ■ P- « <;      l'a    .-iti.    ,• .-abi^^.                 a !  1 1  lie 1)'-  V H  î Oint. îif c''- fhi  l'.;, pl■av•J.ieaJ...ab;'.:B-ri:■l..n by the Kr a.-h  (. Iv o I It 4 .1 i it y I \ 1 I i 1' n ! i I ( tl lij U I b en Ciowed avid ^.^'''ver.al «dinas riar.ovíy eseap.il tii.' saiui: íaít,;. owtna tu "ii.UI ».triKiu;; in.  ■firrt-irli Hi- t hm «»-tTi i-T-t»!« i^ioi-  V.N Í- r. \ f--t'i> \}}-r i. — f j  t ruled .-stati s end a-r Nevvarii. wid-di j w.a« blow 11. out ol iuT eoarsc and ran 1 .-lilt 1 hil 1. a., it tn il n i  h.i,.> «il 1 n L'i hi.se,.  Miri«' it r>.i»iiH lliii 111 1! (>> l>»'nii«.  iwrrcl. M,,, 1, M  -J.anii'.; ,} ibt iivid.., w it ' ii) a sue<i ,coid! iarnier. was lain te .iea.dì \'.i;!i h- r! t\ o 1 liij. i .<.12 m i 1, lu Ju l.  hojuti. ; ..........................."......  OPEN REVOLUTION.  T!u> rrMKv«.«,H(v»N l'urty In tlj'i f'wpo Town A««í(t.t,Iv ISi-iulv r«. U«tv  r\l'i-; Town. Au¡-. "o. 'The ni(>rnb t  of the p.resa I- .slv.. party in the (.'at)' ia.u.-e ot ;!s .-e¡ntdv fr.aa.v de. lar.- th. Ir (lii^s.'itiBfa-etion with the .«ipeiadi of th.^ ! premier, ti,.- ¡ton. \\ . ]>. S. hr-kser, In th.> .bd.at.- fir." iiiitali'd l.y (ht- HUïld  Hoti. .sJir .î.dui (¡ord.ai Sprursí's nrntioU to a'îi.'Urn .is a < en,'aire <U' rli-' poiley of th.' aov na;;. ait with re.'-i;ei't lo the traa.«it of arni.s lut.aubsi tor tîie <*r-an -e ¡'re.- <r;it,r-.  Tiiev .!an..arie..d teeir infiition of nr Kanr/a!i'-; pulnic rmeiim-s to pir'4 :st a.;ainsi .Mr. Senr. ima'í; c aii'.se hi tin'j matter. Ì  lnspatehe'5 r. eiaved here from ITe-j t.aa.i am! 1 »üi b.Ui hImiW tli.it tlu- IÎ1I-ir.n."!- îti aia. siiff.oana Kfe:itl>- from the s'r.abi inA'-.lvd in 111-» pditiea! eri-.Matij !adi ar - i.-ivina I'iet.'rniarit;?-iiurr. ■ .ipdal ..t Nasal.  Tlie 'v-v.ata-n p!ep;irin-c a pe'dif-n  to <,Hi..en \ i( !.,ria In fa . .a" of peae.., whii-h will b.- (lent t.) all ¡>art.s of ih ■ colony fi.u' .si.anatar-;'.  AN ALARMING TURN.  Orput IJritalii'ft Ocmaii'ts KntnrKtal %VIiifh U'i'l .Not 15r Ao.-i-.lo.I To.  L(k\'I)< i.V, .-Xui::. :?o.-^-The Pr.-Kuia co'.aásp.indent ..if 'Plie Daily <'hron\id." ¡-av; .  ■d'.\'et;ts ha\a:' taken an alarniin;;  lutn. eiîe.iL Liilahi, ai iui i.-novS! a;*' the l-iikindurK amejp has enku'a.-d the orasioai .ban.i îaîs ..f Sii- Aiíred  -Miiner. tîie üritish tdrh comrni.ssi.-ri'r .imi Is .HÎoptii!;;' til.' \i•■^^ oí' (,'.-(al Ubode.s íii.ai rr^'si.i.-nt J<ruií.-r will ne\a.a' wiiiisi.md an nltiniatuiu.  "1 havt'., how.iv.o-. líi.í.rh autiiority far a. si i'iiiu; tiau l're. i ieat K'j ti; er, Ibas Vidkataaa alai île* n.ition Will unil,edl> resi.-t .m un.'oreiitiou.il .1. in.imi to¡ Klvílu; t.. th.- "Miuaa- pr.ear.un.  but \<. IH i'. îiuans on t'a.' e.iin!!-  tiuiu; aii i .uiy ! •■p'.rt «"d."  I rltisîi «liiclul i'riticlH. t!  I.< >.\"I,H'N, .A ai:. -Tiie Tam?? re-feja-ini.' .'ditoriaiiy io tin- st.iteui. fit . of tia- lion. WiHiani 1', S.dir.aiier. >hr Cap..' ¡a. inter, ti-.at in tlie event oi war. hi; w.ad.l ilo lus bist t.> ke-'p the C!:i]ii <..'••!''t'y aloof I rom tho !;!ru:<frlt\ say«-""Thi.s is a staraiim-i nil.s."orie..'pdion oi' diitj-. Wla-n tie . ;.,'oviTnmont ot" the que.-n (ii.'eki! .-s war it is tin:' liuty .it all i.iiail subje.as. wliat.-Ver tia'ir patitimi, riot to K.-.;," aloof, but tfj do their uine.i. t lo !>rln^ lile alrUKt^b; i«.) a ;-'uc-.■•'.s.siul .till."  .Ilu-t í'rí'iisr«* I->ir War. Ji.JH.A.NNKPlUMta, Au!T. 80.--The Stamiaril and ldp;i;ers', .Xew's credits l¡en..aaí .l.aivert. t!se e(ino.uaad..a'-:r, idii.'f of the Transvaal fsir. e:^. and vi--, president of til.' rep.uiilie, iMtil lb sttit.ar,! nt ih at, aHboin;h be- I'- ¡i r-  üuuuUy d'j.¿írous to .i.> .a aá!!,!;:.; te presery.^ P'-.ise, tin- siiuati-m, i.; su.à. that tht' repubiii- inusi .he ).|.'p.are.i f.U" «sir. •  KïiiSi't's VúnvM of tlj« Tr«tí»vi»itl. j.oNDON, Au£. 30,-The. Juhannear hura eon .sspoiía.'iit ..f Th.* Morniní.;, l'oHl sais; "l'r.'.iidi nt Krn.ae", in trie oj aU ini.a\j. ',v J e,,.;a Í liiiia là.-eri.-î.-, said u,' •: oa. :,|,a-.''d the lei.a' po-siîi.ui i). .'t liî'lita .i b.v l'saljn  '1 riiieuiiiit t <;riiiit HcíicIk íí ."¡»ii I runrliic ■ i  ri:> 'e -TÍÍ.-I  tVijáii^P'Oa i.;iaiil. bearirij- th.- •Id.da., | Wy .m:n-', lad'PiRiî.i r. ".m.^ns, hn^ ¡ been sii:ht."d. Tlie tîiant lett Mu.:.;;ts.i- 1  Ici," .l.ip.nv, ."lîT tie ■ í.rn ínst......... -......- I  •livlat í lit iim AKr< i-.il |!{H>n. 1  PI.h IX, Ma- b b,.' b. en  ran^e.V'hi 'a (h.- îitf.T-i.'tfi mìnimi,r  hi.ra, .M II, le, .<¡..1 til. järitji;-.;j  í'hatiTo d'at-1-ox tT-.~.ri?!.h^, t' ••'tTh-  n ,¡1 Ih, ii 1 K 1...-. !. i.t t litui  tloll.  ttlrvr'.ii Ki.trr Kitiiai.  iiUiAjdtiA, i .'¡Il UtRif  w.ioi krtb d '( S.Mv .-vdlU ritP' rid lu.' l.i-. ta-i. ' 'i 1 i-i"- b- (-il'Vit-a buajv. i ht: of n !d-.1 (1  thii Mt h b. !• \ H. -.la. 11 1 t 'a -  t. < t .1! .1 i 1 ' I > 1. 1 .i. . ' ' 1 1 I I  a ,sup.i..ranî. liie ,si .ai tae .^eiiuylerv lU.. . iiuU. Ui'uiai i'-ii-t'trUi - ■ ......  Important xïecîsion.  AK«li>«t th« Krtc aa4 Champí«!«  C*n»U v;«n ft« r(i:r»«t««MHl.  At-.RANY. Aug. SO. A oase of grant rfTipnrtsnriT -«rtth referan««- to- thotmandu of liens which hav« been filed airalnst th« lítate 4or wolrk on tho canat Improvement, has juiit been docided by Judge RuflK«1l in th« action iivhlcli fhé Whitehall Lumber company of Whtto-hall brouirht airtUnat tlakcr A Hanker of Olover«v411« for lumbor furnl«he.l for a Job on the Champlaln canal.  Judge liiiSBoll decddral thf caiift by holdlnK that thp plaintiff eauhl not for«cJos(» thp Uüu a^íninat the canal  and <lit«trilM!í4'(l tlio iii ilritt  The ras«' wrlft the ilnU to be tried and the derdHlon by Jud^e lUiflñeil In favor of M<-H,'?ra, Balier & lianker pets a precedent which means that none of the thousands of liens against the Erie and Champtaln canola can be for«clo8ed, ___  IMfgrttt'p to flio Truft ronf<«r»nr«,  ALHANY, Auk. ;ii'<,--(iovern..r Itoopc-velt Htinounee,^ the ripiioinlrnent of ad-fjltional deh'.i.';ite"a lo repreüent this» Stftt'i at the eonferenco on tru3tP to he held .at chieai;.! next month. Tlie eoni-plett- H^t of d.detratcs i.s as< fuHowM: Hon. chaiin cy M. Dcpew, lion. John G. Carli'd'\ Hr. Alh.-rt Shaw, <íeorfío GniiHion, Hun, \V. Hourke Coekran, FraiuJs 1!, Thurh.r, Henry \Vhiti>, all of New Y..ik rfty; Bt. phen P, Cotit.-^«», Albany, Jaeoh Ü, Sehurrnan, Ithaca; Joiin IS ci..rk. New V'ork eity; Th.rtna," M. < isbot n.', Aubutn; Cr.'ortte F. Ctve.-rs lün.ahamtori; Robert I{. Adtini, HutTab). John AleMaciUn. Alltaiiv.  Wiint th«' «íovrrnor'* Advlfri».  Al,R\Nr. Auk. 3a.---Aft--r dls'p>"}ni.; of a '.',,(ipi,. ,)f )), ,'ii !n>'s. the e(al.> Ij C'ltnmP^.diUi'.r.'i rn.'t In e,,ri-ai!t;ition with ' Attorney (Jen.'ral Tí.ivi.'í. and J. Ne\vt..n J' i.'ro, Rpf, ial C'lUti.-ei t.j th." ediniid.^-sMn, rr£','ardi!ij," th-' Pt'-i'í^ t.i b" Vftknt; fur arranging a method of assessment of (-irporaiions un.br tin' l.'.a-.l i'r.iri-cid. .' tax l.iw. A fterw-,..rd.-i the «'.au-mt.«¡rioii p.r-nl Í». teiourarn tn the R(>\-er-ti..r >"-l;!tor bini to s. t a riay for a ron-ferene',,-.  Ta » l'|ii»n ItiK-liiis; It« pr.rtrtl.  AldiA.N'V, Am:, :;a.—SiaP- roornifi-  sioner o£ Agrb-ultiu-e Weiilni; an-nou'need the a jo.or t i on men t arm.na th" ajífií-uitural .«joea-tiea of the $'),.7 ,:'..ttl, m.jri. y;: r.-e-iv.'.l li-..'n tb' i.iv u,;a. inpr In ihi.s attUe lun-b.'r the provi.st.ais <d. ^ the Ives po.d law, for tnv rear- enJiiiil April ;ia last. The county soi loti.-rt p.vi 70 p. r a. r.t of th-- t.-t il arn.'ur.L . d-  le,-i-.i. $1.^,441 ei, and ih- lown  tiei-i ..e p<,r t nt. $2-a'..:2.Pj  I'roviilitttJ Tor Worklag SlftthiTit.  AI.ISAXV, Aug. 30.—A fta-tilieate of. ineurporatlon of-the 'Womaii'.s Aid and Nur.sery uf Brooklyn wa..? h!e<i with the f-^ecre-tary («í ,siat..-, fia purposi-s i."-to pru\ !de-a day nurs.ary wb«.-re w.u'k-itiii rautli.'fM nitiy sa.-ure board, badglns iind <.'a!'e for their childreii.  Civil Ktirvlee Ktde.4 A|.iproi<;i) of,  ALBANY, Au.sr. state-civil  fier\'icf' eonimissiou ba,4 apiprovcd of th.> civil .Si rvi. e ndes .and s-i-Kiiniiians tb guv'sru the city oi North Tvmawanda,  t'liptniti l»a»v n«« K'Ricni'if.  WASHi.S'i-iTON, Aus-, ;;0.......t.'aptaln  Andr-e\v 1.;. Q'nviy, .son of Seriat.a- l.^uay of .:-'e!inf!ylvania, htis ra;si,L;n.-.i i'mnr the army to m. into i.rivate iruHim ss. C*af>-taln Qua>- is a i;raduat-. of rin,; .-¡idltai y academy of la.- ei.rss of InsN. dlis res-ÎKîuïti.ai has be-m :i.e.v..pte I by Um pi  idenl to tak.- .sff.'ei Aulí. 31.  - ^ ■ -................  Flj-«> !h SiijiKHtoJi, <lttriiitit>a. I  KI.NCr.STON, .l.im., Aa«. Tho pre-j inises . of till- teîeiihoia b 11 í- an'  publiv i^ovk- ,e-n-<-rrtsI!« hl. b d ^  tr.oyed by a iae .asasevi n, '-otn i i.shai to tile stisel isir tr.dlev v.lrtí, .Í he losä = la catirnated ut £C,OíjO. 1  flamm  Makes the food more defkîotis and wholesome  RIOÍS IN MVEIAND,  Street Car Troubles Again Become Quite Serious.  rOÜEOAES NKAHT.Y  t>ew« Comitflliod to i"!*.« For Their Mv. They K«ritt>»(l liy rnKHtog; Tt>T<>ii};ti atiniintlt't uf irrlrh» Htui Othnr SStonll«^«—Alniiy Aironi* Will Ilo Mad^.  CLEVnLA.VD. Aurr lil'dfufr fin-l <!ff!,.rder broli.' . nt in . ■ " .11 n e,,t;., the Htrike on Ib.- liut'-i ..f iln- Ri: c,,n »oihi.-Ueii Stt-eei rdlwa} afi.i f.'Ui .-.ir"-\M-re riearlv d'-moli a. .1 •i-^hib- th- r -e f. wrre .-ornp'!!- d t<> iU> • for then- ilv. a It w.a^i (ad;- -•.H-; d--:» rrnin. (I "T'.üf on th'- pa't .d" ui n un.b'r <".(i) triti îh-adl.'V th If .a.|. I w .s tîn tll.v re t a- d . The first n.'linK of t.iie eveninn- oe-{^yna.-d. q.q. ,f..'-,.u,iJ..i,i ^.av-vwis«» vrt^-.^r ib--■T*.'  .Itîd 1'. îatl.N .y P Ì!'),"-, whOf.' ll' e,.:!  botJini (',;t-jiinipi i l.r .'MI iî». tiroî^ il ih'  (b:'railiUK switch. It -.va.« ahmt ti li'clock ht n '>v..[-khi.'Dl. il '>'.er.i... I. Ì4ÌMÌÌ-.U- h u.« fr.'tn thf f;!<t.ab\-. ,-mì ì it;!!b in Iti.- vicinity. A mah id «i v.r;il hundr.al pef,-pb ■ oon tTifh !■' 1 ini th. p.'* !..-ie, ment heti.aii U> stone the car- ami crmv. Atiotiier easti).>und car fso.ai arrived at til.. cr..s.-dn'; and was bj.ait.ht to a  The mot-.itn'Mi and <'i'n.lueiw-r pulb d li.>m 111' cai nnd o.d> hu. c-. >1 d  In " eseapuoT otter pa.sf.iiüx ihi-out;h a frarintlcl of rork;i and stones. Th-'crnv of iiie n(»xt car fared a.s bad and'even w-'i.'^e. til'» iimt-nrrnan h in'." qait. b '.'llv if net seipi-n.'dy injur...,t,  A weittb-itind car vva-i a'«?-; st..ppp.-.<! ■it tbe 1.1,", dn,; ami th.- . 1 a ■> t -  iy moblM-d by the now franti.- eros^d.  'J'be front and r'.ar t! t>f a'i  tin- ' ar-- . rt utt.-rp .b m .p.- ! '.'.-ii!!-e^'ery wimbtw was iircikeu. Taey pre-.pented a dri.'ipldafed apj»eara a e when t,<!;. n to th'- b.-irn.i by th.- ..nekiti; crew.  taitor In the (>venjntT;n TO<.di at about 800 î.ic.iple gather.-<1, at ili.' e- ra- r ..í í'enírnl and Lin.'.dti aviaiu«:».». -v-v id. h 1k a reiii.b-ne.^ r>si;-ti -n of the .-ity, Th» crew of thits car was saved irom. .^^ítí-...iis InJury l.y tin- .'irrival of a d-tach-íi; tat of puiii-e'iindvr Suracant î.'raag,  It I..' cKp-.-cted mnjiy arie.sta will follow the outran;'..'3.  LIQUOR DEALERS MEET.  Kigtil lîumlrcd l>eleg»t»«S! Ciaílítr In itelivivntiuu In Now York ('ity. NEW" YORK, Aii.c. T!se anrütal r r V iti .11 of tb :n via - .it \\ 1 Í I., 1 1 11 1 . ; • ii 1  c I 1 .1 ' ' I < I 1 ^ thl Hi I I tl^ - £ 'O 1 , i I s -Í 1 . Ì Í I r ) I > N  ^ 1 1 ' , ' ' . ...  WELcoMe jro M^KÍNUEV.  Tí'opt«» nt Km«t Uvmrpo^t Tmrm Omt iMr WVIcom* th» PrwctdMBit,  EAST LIVKTtl'OOT., O.. Au«r. ».—«1« years ajsro I'rt'Bldent McKinley, th« fwv-ernor, upenf>d his campaign for « «ee-ond from Colon«! John Taylor*«  poreh and the fact WM recalled whoa  Cnnizrf^Hswfin THylor, who im«r nptti' H- ntp the old McKinley <lí«tr!ct. In con-fife,««?, fipolre from thf> pame porch wieJ-comlnp; the president b«ek to-the old HlitlUciiith district. Seven thoUttUld people thronfied the Rrounds auid ¡-treett: aboMt the Tuyior homestead.  Iii rc.sponífe th? pref*ld'*nt »aid: "A» I voh-e iippn>rin{lnn of t^ls welcome, Í eatinot help rfcalling: that from thla very place year in and yt'ar out, I hava ni- t this- p-'iiple and they have alwaya idv-ri >no the Ptime Renerous srreetlny. T.iu haxf always bcon firm In your fri»rit{;«h!p for me afiti though I have he» n ibapnt jVir more than four years that t'uard I feel for you has tierer abiif.'d,,"  .Mr««. McKinify rame "Ut on the porcit for a mirint'j to bow to the CPOWd mad Uii'^ K.v.'ti an ovation. Th« demon. 5tr.(li.'in conflnijf»! for tin hoar,  A'id.' from the rr-efptlon the pr»»«l-dent and hit« vvífí^ spí'nt a qui«t day drivlí-iVr'.nií'fóK'a'short 'fíniel  «VÎT Tíiirtí---Kr«.« TltouMn«) Coban« l^iiM.  Au«, 3Ü. The commiwiíoíJ  whi.'h h i« b en er!£rai?ed in distributing^ tilt' ti "^HT.TOft'-appr'^prlnLted'' 'foV"thé pnr-"" ÎHKS. oî riayir.i; off Cuban s.oIdJprs, who î-.uri on.l. r tlndr arms to th*« Ameritan "{bel W'-, f,.,,. î-.-'u! ît-,1 fo iravftn.-i Tt r^-pnrp; îha' ."'bO'O perfton.s have received th.-ir shan- of the fîratuity and that the total (unount of money disitribut^d I»  MARKET REPORT.  Nnw Tork Woney Mark«!..  NRW YOKK, Aug.  Slop, J on e:i!l, '¿%'i]3 per c»'nt,  I'lltiit.' mcioaiiiibi paper, 4Vi»4i5 per cent.  cent, ■ .......... -  P'. r'lr exchange. Aetu.il bu-iine!'« In bai ki r~ f.Uls ¡n s^i^ui hi'ijj f.>r demand, r.ii-' $i I5 "<413 fijr sixty daiia Fuvted rat. s, it -4'! i ( ..'ntre • 'i.'l li.i:.'^. fi ».'Wt S-li. ¿ii.v'ji ta'ii'ucr., CJ'aijJc:, l',:iT Sliver.  Ulc.xlcati clollai-3, 47Ti,G-  Ni-t«- York Prwdne« MtM-k«!.  Fl.oril — Winter raii^r.ts, r! SiKT3.9<?; uh*<r ••'i.'t'^'rt,. f.1 "'T/S S.', wtiitcr ex-tr... r. i.'M). -sHdnttr P-w frra.lo.t,  ..li!".. p't'iei- Mia-  lii !■ .r ;.,,K. ! - .. 2"  jni: No .. u<,.-!.ein. fob.  pt.' ij', l.i' . 1 1. N'rt \.irk car lot», HYU- Fi .»CR :)'>,}.135,  CKWHRAT Fi.t.>l.;K-«: fiS i'.AR! KY -- Maltln«, it-HMV. dailvered  l.ih, iii.Jii.f;, .s^sc f.o.b. af!i at t 1 dt.N.Mi.A I ■--■» ►. tm- %»c.»tern. 7S^73a; ep^ TPi'r!!', i'r.irtd'.-w-!np, |2 1tWt2S>,  \\'lii.\T N.', 2 i-,.!, f .1 b, afloat;  No. 1 leii'.1.1'! a Iruiaih f o 1». afloat.  U, ' . - N,. nd Pt '.4'V-. I>ec. 77%c. i\)l:S X.. : •• I o.b. afUaat. Op-  tU I p' • ''41 i> .. -'„c.  N. 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