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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 22, 1899, Wellsville, New York                                 XOÏ^ XIX NO. 273  ORANGE FREE STATE.  mrnUuemiJUÊ;, m.  Will Probably Aid ih Trani-▼aal In Case of War.  VOLKSRAAD 18 NOW IN SESSION.  I>r«»Mont iitfyn I)«<l(v<>rK k Cnrí^fnlly I'le-|t«r«>(1 Speech Whli l) IfiiN Hut «no M»>ntiii»K rtniï Thiit J'» lo AWl tlio  Xraiisviuil (■oviiriiiiu'iU lu Ctistì of War.  Department of Vaucluse.  HE IS NOW WITH HIS RELATIVES.  T?Lf>r,MFf>XTKIN. Oranpe Fr-^f^ Rtat", Sfjii. :2.-Th.- volk-^rn;i>) i)-(»i wilh i a - füll . at.tr>n(l;ince. rreifidont M. tJ Fif'yn r<Mii ;t i iin fuüv prcji;»tt-,1 ,-MH ct ti Aftr-r \v"!i nriiitlfj; th" bin f;hf i h. In-pres.sed rc'j,'ret thai thf rciations: l»»- | twfrn «ii'oat tiritam and thc (>111l;in<i- i cri! lind .^tr.iin,'"!. Mi'iü)) ik, hi' '  fifiid. utTi; of IIh' in.-i'üii;: nf Sir  Alfiiil Müll. 1 ,iiii| l'i Kriii-'-r '  Uloemfontoin, whcn Tn siil'-nt Ki-u^ji.r I mndf ¡)r.ipnE!nf3 %Thirh. althrtutrh rpfu«."(l ' by Ihi" liiili'ih JiKOi ( Di'iin '^'11)111 r, v.iri-' uiiiUihiKjusiy i-uiis;.ici'iMi thruujjhout ihc OratiKO Free SlaU» to b«; i-xiccdingly ' fair. j  l'i'occr'dinK tu rovir-w tut- ni'siolla- | tlons, Si<>yn said th" Trans- ;  vaal had b"<-n d.....,ycd by th»' üiUish !  diploinatic aqciit at l'returia. Conyin^- 1 htmv<.;Tf'PTii»-.-aTrrt -hi^-pr/iiTitti-ally tu-cused ' thf irnpcria! fT'n t>riiiui:iil oi a brcacli : of fatth. He i^aid was (ii.dn.'lin.'d !  tu advipf tiu- Ti'ansvaai l;i"i\crüinrnf to : afcfid. tli.» iai- Kl Hrithdi diMnand::. The ■ prt .¡i iii critii-'al siatc oC utiaün coaSd ■ not hl- a it);tUrr id" iiidiili-rcnLi.' io ih.' (»ran.ire Free Stale, w/ü.'h bmind  hy treaty to afCo Transvaal ai)d h--v<-n"d ihc \Mlksi vdtitude «h.iuM i 'There in iiothiii Sdt nt, "that warr.j (Jii lln' Transvaal.  ters an^ dt«in-!iii-d to rorivükc piulia-j iffk-f t mütim wmmtir^m  ';;ii ' DID NOT LEAVE FRANCE  tutlc of tlie oraïUîc Fn-t' Slat«' Would .  ln\rlvf. BhoiibJ lifcorrxi poei'MHary, thf ! '  R'M'friiififnt Would îif id)l!-.îf'(l to Kurn-mon piirllainoiii !ii (>rd>>r to c'l «di--qiiitf ñiipidif^-i. It Ih tind'rwtood that tlif^ ino' M'l'.-^'tiini uocoumH í t th«' dribbhn ,a.ina i io v,ld-.h lìu; tioop«  aro libili.: i'oi'\>^rirdfd. (ji-rninn military oxp'ri':, iv^alizínií  the M"! of tlif eatiipiil^Mi h"f a t-  Gr'at Hrll.un. aw f'.>mrn<'ntir;ir with as-tctiiRÌiin.-at up.in til." fíii-t that tOii-.^iaTid I3 '-o b'diind hand In li'^r pr' pa ra tio.m In I?fi!lti it l-J al«o bfli. \fd tiiat Dr. licyd-; ¡í a. tiiiw 1'n .«idfiif 'Kriuyr's ü'frjii't, finij ml'!• adIiiK tiim li\ importi» Cai ho i« M'.fly to «et PNrnp--thy, If not ¡is'-<l;'t;uicf, fioni i^omt; of tn,.» intirofioaii p'in'T-i. N'o TnftnJ)fr of th-^ C c.p,' (abirift wao prf-.-nt at the mt».-'-IpiT r-f tili' Afrikand r iiiliet;! uf ih» I jiarüanif »lt.  S0LDIER5_0AN VOTE.  A From th»i AHorn<»y Oennr»! On  Thin Iiii|)<trtfiiil Niitijixit, AIJ5ANV". S«pt. 22.--A tow dnys aero Prciotary of stato John T. M<"Piinotiííh  Dreyfus Stopped at Carpcntras, 'j;,,,  m« WUT Soon .Toin »Im atnl tho  >>st IVmv M.iiiUi* Win liP Hpnit III Itflirr'nH'iit - Dictmll« of tli« JUiHt iSkliloii <>t ili» Trip II. I'roni |{«<iineM.  CATIPKNTRAR, Department of Vnii-.  hip for ht" opini, n !>h wheth'^r or not "thtyi rnurtry 1« tn wnr nnd If It wns Ills duty, n^ Pfir'tnry of «fato, to carry odi t!).> pto\ iwii.tiH of chaptin- 674 of thf "f IS'.i'i. ;>!id thf- m tH ftrnrnda-  tory thcroof in or4lfr thu! the qijiiHllfd . olccttirii lit tliiii «Uli«.' who a.i't» m'^w «»n-rraiifd in tb.«- Fnilf 1 Statf\<; pf-rvlci» 1» thf IMilüppiiif« may b-- oiiatib'd to voif at thf c oinin,'; uonTal < bTtion "  In ri'rdv tho atiormv n-iicrnl í'ííI;« K'-i'iftary 1 I ) »noiii^li'H iitt-ntlon to rh iptiT liTi in ho f.ir O'- the Rinif Jh np-pIÌ.-MÌ>!<' to fho fi\i"-ll. n tai-i d whl'di rend¡4 as follow s ; "M- .MIoti l---\\'h"n"Vfr. |n tim^ of war,  ch>«.. Frar.fo, Sept. 22,-Altho„Kh tho ' ! , . . „ I ho In tiif^nrtunt nii)lt.'ìry  , ... ....... ... .............ary service of thin  airlval of Dr-yfu - at th^ b-mo of M. ' Fnit^-d in tbf  ONLY A RESOLUTION.  Outcome of the Anti-Trust Conference In St. Louis.  STATES MUST FIRST TAKE ACTION  CAPF COLONIST'S VIEW. Valab o^m... bis broth.,r in-buv.  army ot; n'lvy th^rviif, nnsi T>y ' wlio ha.! b'fn ,bM-b'd a .|o'h tlni^.f ; nt fr.m . Umm ds  Th.. ^...Iiu; AfrM.aiKlfi-., wnt IVWUJ, th.» ni'^nhnnt h. If for a qu'llt-r of a r.-,,- trict, h .■If.0,0 ^b-.p ......nil  ri.nr-ta.il <:s.v( i mo,I. , (jjry, was? Poon known, no dfnum.'dra- tlod to vote ,c- Tally a^ if lie were j>ri>.'< .  r.\lM-: Ti>i\'N, .^'..Iif. Sir John tion off>iirr"d. - ' ''"i f! h.-- ) 1 (<■•• .d r.-lloK". in ihc¡ U'lmn t]i.'> liriüv earn'- to .'t i oiodn-  Cb.ro.m !• > i o! ib- upp .. ■ ! Madame ¡)i\y[un Is expeetfd her-' i" > } th.' matt.r ^vas 1. fi In flf hand?  tion In the <'ap:- iauis - of a;.-«fmldy .and 1 | It in eb-arly your dnty. f^aVR thfi nf.. | ,, .m,li-.-,o,uni(|e.. ronip-aeri of tjnv-  £ii«h On« MiMt I>'>fln« hn Crltv)«« Any At* lt«n«ptO(l Moiiojiiili^Dttoit or Ka-«iiií«t)it uf Indnotrliil A^ttvHy »11«! I'rovhl« l'tinl«ihin<>nt Kv«r)i to l>Í5>4iiIutli>n.  BT. T.OUI.q, Rept. Tbf> ronTTcnc« of KT. ernor.'î îunl íit(orn<.VM f.;í»n'>r,i1. to iho trii'-d (¡n.'^-üon, lato Iri  fi.'-:'~"nib]!i !r. Th.> m<-nib( rr^ of ihe rom-ndtt.',- ou 1 > ' .iluti(ni>« !o¡i."¡ nnt.l after midniidit tixi''" to bua;: fü, 'ii r íh'-v\íd(;íy dufisrent viewM prf.Gi-tited.  ROIkAL  ^ámmMmmÍNfm  B41UNO  fffwmm  Mafc^ tfie food more delicíous and whoéesoam  _ iUM<wi# ypuwom cw«! titw.yoitK.  tornpy ¡,-im eral, to inunfdl il.'íy tal;  PU'-'b i!t( ¡  • '•dno,.' /;. :i'on Ab-.\nilín. b.iîrîiian. nnd  til'lV be Uf. »"í Iii .»> - I  drribntth. full'rV'. t may b'^HwV'tô'' ' ^'^'^Tal Smith and í.Vimp-  f a,.:.fmldv .and i  whil- Pr vfnV health doc« not per-................mit uf hl. ree, ivinr y!-lror.~, It Is h..pfd  Vbav. n. çbmbt that a p„rUon of .h. ' l^^^lî^^u^t ^/-^'irnths .t!.:;:'l.e Y""| l;:;:./': n'^  P, pal-t .o> th f., -nv u..uid b,. a.'- ' ¡^ expected t- ».p-nd heu> > "" of ,hf ri :ht of thf quai j f-r a r.-un.!di,.n of ti,» h «...  ti'.eìy ais;; ì!!-!ti;-h in f!e.' f vent, of a | ' j it]"d Pl..(-ii>r-- n'iu- aetnaUy eiiiVaiied in: Sion of t lie e onferenf <•, t>ie fiiib-eonimU-  ssar with tie- T: va .'d. 1 do not an- ! nRFYFlí*^ A^í HF l^î ' Tniiit.u'^- .v^rvie«' of t!i<' United i tee ■jinxuxnii-d rf-ohi ! ioü.'í  .■.«IMt. 1! hat „„ of M,.. I I Fiat.- i-, li-. Harto tbr- l>bid,opinf=.. In. fh,,t a^ id.,M- for tn.M e^ih-  and nnpniHiVf Afnìian !.-rs would ]>r<d)- . I>«tnll» of Hin Trip Fro... Kord.nms to f-l'h"r !iie arniy or navy, tn voti at thr-i j^,,-,,.,, ^j,,  <'iíi-p<'nf rari.  LONIHìN, S.-pî. 22.—-A corre.-îpondfnt öf The riâlly .\rall. who joined tho Dreyfus p.arty at B.jrdoaux, ami ac-  •, VMÜ.'ll d a-'- . t., bad. tie r ia.i to d. f lak.'n.  deviar.-.] t!ie !it;5 war or an ; .^Ueh diffiTerif-,  be .sehi-d l)y ariiilraI'ion. It would bf an ni;m!t t.) ridurMn aîol fiviiizitioiî.'  I'rv.^ad'Ut .--ie\'r/  oiil'ori  lb t I I  1 < i\ t ii I  :> In ihe inl'.'r!  In e.ineln.vf 1 ]lf \ oui 1 ♦ V ils the member.^ ;-:lrfi tion I ot I > ^ 1. I I>ro."perlty. Inu al-their Ifioved ;;îate.  Immi'diatei V a lier the spe dent hte\-n aided tiie Vodisi into "it lo 1 u ich \  to unaiiimotiyly.  Î  >f  aldy Uieir f.;ynvj-'í-í.fbb'K- by j'nnififï  thf r.o.a: f.in .•f. in my jud;rnient thi' piocfediai:;-; nt thf na-dtn:; iif Afrlk.an-dcr m»-mb'r:-î of tlif t';M>i. ¡..arliamenî w.'r-' m i:;t in ja-iieinns. N.,> ■ nifiition mad" of a;:\- symivifhv willi thosr' wh.' \\<ii.!d snfler ulii!" iviillnv on fh.' r.iiti'-h rddf. r* i! imp.i:; ibtira! fhos,-Vid).. d .in:- th- !'- N.'-a to uphold üriiL-di .■u'tboiitv ; iK'Uld Hi . iv.- anytliins: in th" natut" ol a ¡-"íi! . ne rit froni tiu- pu-sin ni adopt, ii by ijj" Imperl.-i! »;o\ ern-n,nr. Anv .«m h v.-.-.-iUne« : would b--lata! ÎO ÎÎ1 - lurui'.- m.ii ,r--na:e::i~- of i;iiti:Mi auüi.inrv in K.oith A¡ri. a.  WILL Dt-- NO WAR.  f":nntty l air Siys Tliat ri-esnUTif Ki-n^er W in i iii.itiv < liioh innvti,  i;* I.- r-i.  ti.a-■id K  €o5rî!n-7-fîi-e!-H>n la- th^ mH-n-n-«r-prav|.iJ..-.i, fitifor'".'hèdiV iiv îT In this aet. "1 nndi-r-d.-ind thai nnibeient  piiatlon for the purpi.S-"-  ;h-  ■navtmenf and \ oral' '-■f.ñft n fin'T h.af shall adela ei'lmeH rui.V  I'l  I I  SITUATION VERY GRAVE.  Afii '1 of f)i< <>7.,, ! ll.< "nI Ifi 'J do M ti Alni-niíi)íí for ! imtaint.  J J >\lh >\ - , t \\ hi. til pr  ciH. I u t i th ' in lb  raa i 11 < M I I -- It 1 n I y.-t 1 \ 11 il 1 1 lit \ 1  .«Jpi-eeii af the op! nüi-; of ta-.' • ■.--.•.e-:ì i.s ¡ il !i iiii ♦ n  -ditólíun of in..: . aî ili ud" of u hi- a í a-Fre Ml' 1' Î k Í 1 '1  from t!i r 1 f 1 ti '  mol n 1 J) il ! '  the I 1 k 1 L t 1 l(\ t'l If U! 1, lad rnui n ur it b m ni t i J^ 1 gar hn t .ii i \ ernn f t In t i i [i 1  Military men are ;v;id 10 b-,- imp iii.-m Tiiey í¡í..^ert that ev-'i'vth\:sr-ady, and lli.ai they aro .-nly v.aitin:; ■-•r .f -flel-K. n Is îii.vî ¡h-.- afd-  tu.le US' iif <M,>a.v- F.e..-- .-^r.i- n.-ik-s ■ th..- ..rivjnal eHliuial ba:-ed lip 01  Jinteh neiUiviiiiv t.»u smali. i-Addi-:,! i.* a mn(-h !.ar,"t.-r t'ori-" uiil li ,- r^quirf-i.  Th." ¡.rovernmeiit is fa vd -.vim .■•a;"--thiníí liki' a dil"M!.a. 'I'lf l-.td.-r of the oppiJ.-dli.a! ha.s pahí!. iy ueSeM.n'vd i!;--■pi-...-ii.it.sney of the r..ion,al ..ìli íurrinL; on a t-jídii t. Tlt-Tff<a'e rmtii;  \ 1 1 Î  t ill b 1 ö  u< I O 1-11-  r.oi In;;  c-omiian!"(3 th; m to Farfifiitras, de-iierih.'s Dreyidu^ a« "thcHi.-Thtful, pre-m !tnri.|y a"- i liii : o; t • vi a «^mü''} like a woman'.s and r.atiier the np-poariince of a siivarit th-in a goîdier,"  When toM ef ih<- meat w.ive of îîrit-í:di E^•m¡»a^!ä.^■ in hi.s bel;.dt. ite wrun^r th" I .0 r"-0"nd. Pf^, h.ii.d and sh>w,. i tile üi epí Sì enionon.  Iii« he.i'íh. tb" eorrf.'jjiondenl sav?;, IS far from ím'.l-f.aetory.  .lie ate me.ii foi- fin- t!r;U tlnv,>. "It Hhu ir.....  í.-? npaiHHt tbi- doetor'a oi-d.-ü-í," ."aid p .. •  Alatlii"u Df-yrin-'. ■"Ah." Faid th" for- - ¡jquor 'v  mer ea].t:nn, "i"t me have a holiday to- i th ( i 1  day, I will be sodate and obeQi-iut I cf  . .Ju!^t think, I ^d'iall now br- able to lai.n-îh : pf ami pia>- \slth my children in Itenu'ifii! c iuntry."  After the mea!, despite his brother'K hali'-Taiifriiin.K j.irotrrd, ho innol<(-d several c-itrar.^, "t.. c-debrate the h(jliîiay."  The H.sd not., rimifl the rebiieinirs wan t! (i I'll M ^ hi? 11 r Jv< in r  Inn 1 i 1 \ ind \ oi 1 '1  î'ii-viii.--. - IO tlnnk ib.'u. I ah.-iil ni^yer b ! t Î' Tí 1 f 1 it n Ì1 1 irt '  ( ine nf hif tTr;.-t on ntitai.fiinsr bis | Í'  fr I n V IS ' il \ V H 1 b ^ lit O ' Í bit ' n Uie c J ti o h < h im¡ m i  • the n.'ìtion of letd.d.atloiï tb.af shall a.b'-i QUîtf.-ly and ftiHy .Ici . . . attompie.l. monopoli/.aü,-,i\ or re.Rtra.iut  inau-suriai acllvUy .and provide pun-  RAMAPO OFFICERS.  Ri^vor.tl «>r TVr;n ÎJffnrr fhf* Mnrflt In»  ví'HÍ îf? ut loil ('rmttnU t«»r.  >:Î:\\" V< !;!■:. 21: a-p.ir-.ti'-n  {''luii-iei Wh'bn. di'Btw^' (.'hnt'Ic«! II. Tnitx, ï'ii-idint Sil.'i.s Ib I>i!tchct and Peter A. .V.ftrrind, eniclneer. wei<> I \v;;n«-P.«»es put on the «tand at Ute Hta-1 rt r'-(irnt!"n r'vit din" thf affulf® of th.-i 1 ' ' ■ I f : >- M"pa ny.  A.oi |t .-i.Mtl.-u t e¡ v\ ntUetn who to r-jipear bpfnr« t; e at- ! nilt(f two (lay.i^ nr,o, mad« a p-int "f, hi." V.ü li.en-Í to nfiji.'ar. The eor-, porntloi) c :dood t>y thf (U'urtnpo  I'.-r - .1.'^ f, ¿n i .p-rian-d it u -i P"ri.- tiy T )1 doi nmftir, by whbdi fh.-¡ <dt.v's inr- Î": \vr;-e Wfll proioeicd. M"h'«n h" 1-- a'1:. > ^-.a'm- of th"  eorpiir-tII .a'- h oid if ts.!» "ifpor.iti n| il ïd r.'i -al 1 \i Î' J . ■ h' f li 1 til it tii ' | porpr.r;l'.iot! uo^'iil v.iiir inendw'i  ■ ■ I  ci.'mfK'iiiv." atol !!•> add. .1. th''' (.fpoia-j tion b< iM" 1 . r--,!' ■ <-d o, «..od lb p.ibU- i ■ -en-WTr|tf,f hiTT-brr'r?• -b'm'lpd -wdthrrat-^  trouid.-. I  Tile ^^ ii!e•••-f^ -'iT!d i'oun«"' Mr.fsa bad | fionie :ii .;,i:,ii r.t oïl the naUir-; .tí th"' <in> .il.ni put 1 . th" ultmy.-. .and ih CKi jiot.'rioi! fduns"! ailed many oí th • fpi" ti.>n'., I' tn itn; to r.-pH in d- fí i ni'» t'ìOf- 11..u iii.u' ÍM*-- oppii-^it ;iii, 1 to the neiiion fi»r .a pnramiieni ínlnnr tion a:;;nt>si rhe Kam.apo r-ontraet he ! ni» ti Iv .obi.'., • • I li oi t.i opp-m. it." I . ()i.e of th.. clan-f.« in th" contriìet In - j  lìoi-."'-(1 b;. !'o I oT n ir i!l o; e.iun - i ;ç!Vf. j  the ÎV un lì 1 f'..ni!-'u.v !'"" ît,-id (.> î a'ï a 'tiU and n ¡.n-en; >!,ve of tao i !í:, In lì î dl li 1 1 \ I ; I ; m 1 4 < 1 r I ' to ! i "1 M' I.,!' I M . )■ î' I ' '  ■"met ........I....... •• ■ a-1 tin- tvltu*»««, "i-*  oft» n u Pi >ní .i i- a,nd l-i nn ati ' : Sm:b s«/' ¡  Jmitii > Tint- » 1 l,e "1 1 -^t .1 k ' btdd ! Is II' 1 i 11 M o ( on ¡m' s , n I i' , ( jivtro t nlth Kb "< f 1 < nd,«« î vit ■ \ ' i - 1 '1 to ' \!r í  Î, A i (if, fi.  ! that .-one- o; tb" anieiidnn-utí' propOíi  Arc Usualiy Due to Some Derangement of the  kidWys,  Which Can be Remedied by the Use 0»  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  In tbe evrning of life-after tlu „Jiattles - ate-, íaught-í-wliy sliüuldu't thf old iolks enjoy in comforl Uieir well-earned rest?  • It ím usualiy the . kidneys wincli first get out of utrder, uiul cause backaches headaches and urinary trouble.s, A fillers of the blood the kidneys work liard to remove from the body the last Itace of poií^unouí) uric nci-d, liut Uie\ do gel tiled aud cause pain iti th. back, ami uule.ss attended to v,iil k-avi foul poisons iu the hlooti which will  cause the most. iiainful and fatal d:s-  • >.  " Dr. Clm e's Kidr.e\ Li%et i'lU-i -tnki .It the lOJt ot trouide b\ m.iLinj^ the kidney, 'dron«/. h. dihy and vi/orou-. 'iliwy iUijchli dtoi  d( ibete-. .uid all di.oa c. of the ktdfiM-, livei and blji'bl r, \sell n, cinonif tUi ,v , Ua> e,, V. tm Xhn, ad ' ml! itiun of oíd piopTc h) piftíCMÍí-n ciu-e th<.3 t'Mkc ti {If, ,ible foi ihtia u. fnim »ti .dd Ur' comfort and rest llicv h.iM so well tai ¡ltd ^  i\lr. J. I). i;ni.;htman, l.edyard, In. \ %viite<;- :ini rf bl.teki.mllU, aud hive h ul knlnev di-ei.e in it'J uofd foiri. Af time, I «onld not '^tt.di'hicn up, uid  iur fife ytiWn I ^ííh^ «ever free ff^iis b^ek-aclje ard ttrnf^íe p fjiis, Mr. Aletcinder Thomas recominetidedDr. A. W. Cbs'-e's Kuhio-Ijv.'i Pills sohi);Idv that I Tied tJjem," iuid am now entirely fiec fioiu bickiche ami Lidnev di'e.ee."  Dr. A \V. Cl.a-c'. Kidm.>-J.ner Pills, ojiie pill a do Í'. «'cíí'^ ^ dealers, ot Dt. A. W. Ch.tse .'\Iedieiue  StLVER AND BRYAW.  A«ilon Takrn By tli« 3fjueMMbnMtl» rrntl«* C«n*«*ntlww.  BOSTON. .«5rpt. 22.~-The Demoer&tlc  State' . urtvcmiiiu numinatetf ItolMirt Treat Paine. Jr., of Itoston for iffO*er-nor by arclamatlon. John Ii. M«ck of North Adame was nominnted för ll«u-. tcnani pov4>rnor; John II. Morrison of J.ovvell, itttnrn<^y Kem'ral; W. L. Ram»-deii ..f Fvnn. Kfiitf audiior; Harrr Leijd .if 1{ .Kton. iieir.dary of iitate, and Jo». pii Flynn of l.awrenre. sLat« treaa-un^r.  • 'fh'' pi.atforin ndtfrfutea belU'f in th« '■'hi'a.:;.' pl.itrnrni and rencua a demand f-i! liie .jnliudS'd ioI;ja«e of silvijr ilt ih>' ratio of 1(5 to !, Th» war 1« tha Phinsd dies Sts d'dlnecl as "crlrnlnal »K-),;!• 10:1" iu;d "v.'iintou and needlcss."  Tin- i-.itt.T. iu t.!".};,'cd to give "Due tilal f.) i-'Ut h ifmeiu"i a« may halten tlie diHinieKräitlon of trust«."  Tin r-biilw-m dirf'Ct iPRfsiation  initi.it;.«- ;.c.i r"t'rindum; the elcctlon of Vni'-'d i=it itf.-: B"nä'.ori? by dirVcVvöte" of th» pi 'iple and th« enfureemeut of .in "'.';!it bour work day*. the ablo-i'.i>n ef '.h.> Jirndiin« a Iii*- tenur«» to n-. rnb"rp cf tbc judSrtary and the pnbMe o\s n..irf!h;p anrj oppratlon ot air-fi ! iiüv. ay«. u a !..»rwork« and otJier nmn!eii-ai en t erpriaes.  Tii- phltfotm eotjelude.'i flS follOWS: ■ N\ , -ad i" onr Kiiiiant and indomlt-abie ¡.".id.'r, Cobiriel William Jenning.9 Jüy.Mi. inr ciu';!v!lulaU-,<n.^ aml 'our i.rui;'..!" tor ib- Kaiiant llfihl which (\ i --b'i-- thf- fir-ät onunciatlori of tbe ;,-::!; ¡pi".'-: of p-^in! h" ha» wap-e,!'Sn tholr d •>i< •• >ii.i v\. p'f'li,«- fo hlm our an-; 1,1. 1. 1 -v I a'. j onr untinng codi i.illin !il Kl- poiitbal ondf-avori."  MARKET REPORT.  Torte lH»rk«t.  N'F.W YOllK, 3#pt. SL  Monr-v on cuii.  !r.< I' tfdii.' 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